The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 25, 1950 · Page 10
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PACE TEW BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 1950 Chick Track Team Set to Compete in District Th ree Meet Kytheville's junior and senior track learns and tile senior golf and tennis teams go to joncsboro Thursday to compete against other teams of District Three for the right to represent the district In the state trick and field meet in Little Rock next month. The District Three track and ten-* nis meets will be held at Arkansas State College with (lie golf tournament to be run off at the Jonesboro Country Club. The golf tournament will get things going with tee- off time set for 9 o'clock. The track meet probably will run into an all day affair with the senior A and B and the junior events to be held together this year. Fif- > teen to 20 senior and Junior teams .'are .expected lo lake part In the three-way meet. The Chicks, who . have been awarded (he District Three Class A crown for Ihe past three years without having to dress out a team, are expected lo finish out of the running Ihfs year with Jonesboro lisled as Ihe ll'-elv successor. Re-Instates Track The Hurricane re-instaled track this spring nfler a lay off of more than 10 years. But last weekend the Jonesboro Ihinclads won their first major meet by carrying off top honors In the Northeast Arkansas Invitational Meet at Arkansas State. Paragould Is exnectcrt lo furnish Jonesboro with the most opposition -with 'Leachvllle, Blythcvllle and ''Piggott picked to run behind in that order. In the B division, the defending champion Osceola team is expected to finish high again this year. The Seminoles showed up well In a number of events In the Northeast Arkansas meet while running against much larger squads, Jonesboro also is favored in the junior division with the Papooses expected to finish close to the top. The Whirlwind has entered several pre-dlstrlct meets and showed up well against strong competition. The Paps, on the other hand, re-Instated .track this, spring after a year's layoff but .looked good .in their only meet, a practice affair with Haytl last week. Four Contestants Allowed . However, a team does not have to win the district sweepstakes In order to send a representative to. the state -event. This year four: con- tesianta to an event will be allowed from each district so all that will be necessary for an athlete to go to the state meet is to place In the district. Heretofore/only the first and sec- : ond event winners in the district •were allowed to enter the stale meet. The;chicks win send E. B. Oe«. Jr., §hd Frank Wagner, Jr., into the folf .tournament. The same two competed in the district tourney last year and went on to Little Rock to represent Blytheville In the state meet. The Chicks' tennis team will not be chosen until later this week, probably tomorrow, when the school's elimination tournament to Mfect th« team, is compleled. A kangaroo can fight off a pack of hounds with a great claw on its hind foot. - fr. EATS 'EM—Wcs Kchols look 3 right to the mouth lhat made his hair stand on end, but the Alwatcr, Calif., middleweight knocked out Wilson Perry of Marslon Mills, Mass., In the third round of Ihcir bout in the National AAU Tournament at the Boston Garden. Southern Association W Memphis , 7 Birmingham 7 Mobile 6 Atlanta . 6 Nev,' Orleans a 5 4 Chattanooga Nashville . . Little Back . Pet. .700 .700 .600 .545 .500 .455 .400 .100 NATIONAL LEAGUE «' L Pel. Chicago .' 3 0 1.030 Pittsburgh Brooklyn 4 Boston . 4 Philadelphia 2 St. Louis . 2 New York 0 Cincinnati ;...,.., 0 Detroit . .. Cleveland . New York . Washington Philadelphia SI. Louis . Boston . .. Chicago . . AMERICAN LEAGUE W I 4 .......... 3 , 3 3 3 ; 2 3 1 .833 BOO .6«7 .400 333 .000 .000 Pi: I. .800 .600 .600 .600 .500 .400 .375 .200 ,. Yesterday's Results Southern Association Memphis 10. Atlanta 7 Birmingham 7, Little Rock 5 Mobile 4. Nashville 1 New Orleans 4, Chattanooga. 2 National League St. Lonls 1, Cincinnati 0 Brooklyn 6, Boston 4 Philadelphia at New York, rain American league Washington 3, Boston 0 Cleveland at Chicago, cold weather. New York at Philadelphia, rairi Detroit at St. Louis wet ground.'! Today's Games v Southern Association Memphis at Birmingham night Little Rock at Atlanta night Chattanooca lit Mobile night Nashville »t New Orleans night National Leajrnr Philadelphia at New York Brooklyn at Boston . Chicago at PlitUburgh night American League Mew York at Philadelphia Detroit »t' St. Louis night Boston at Washington Cleveland at Chicago Strife Teachers Hold Lear/ iV AIC Baseball By the Associated Press Arkansas State Teachers College, the defending champion, Is alone atop the AIC baseball standings, but it's too early for the Bears to count another pennant as theirs. Arkansas State and Arkansas Tech are so close behind that the result of one game could put first place In different hands. Teacher* has won four conference games and lost none, stale and Tech each has won five and lost one. That puts all three "even" In the games ahead and behind mcr- hod of figuring the standings. But Ihe Bears from Conway natural!) have tlie best winning percentage- a perfect one. State's Indians will pet a chance to take over the lead Friday whei they entertain Teachers at Jones boro. That's the only game of real "crucial" nature I libs week. Teachers knocker! Tech out of first place tie by clipping Ihe Won tier Boys. 7 to 5. last week, state' only circuit setback came at th hands of Tech. 8-4. Since all three of the fro-il run ncrs mtist meet each other a;aii this season, anything can happei before the race crosses the wire li late May. Auto Wash Job J Lubrication fed Sox Blanked 5y Scarborough Nats' Ace Continues To Jinx Millionaires; Cardinals Quit Losing By Joe Kfk-hU-r Assoclafed Press Sports Writer What strange i»wer does Washington's Rae Scarborough hold over he Boston Rcrt Sox? Joe McCarthy, Boston's puraled nanagcr. would give half his salary « » , to find out. Tom Yawkey, the Red Sox' wealthy owner, went even further than that. He reportedly offered the Senators $200,000 and two plays for the pitcher's services, just so that his club won't have to face him. He was turned down. And no wonder. .. . Scarborough, just JC Scarboroujl a , loUler pitcher to •ie rest of the American League .ubs, is Christy Mathewson, Waler Jchnson and Cy young rolled lo one when he comes face to ace with the hard hitting Red ox. He thrives on them. In six seasons In the big leagues, ;e :t2-year-old righthander has on only 38 games and. lost 43 to ne six other clubs. Against the ed Sox. Rae boasts a gaudy 10-5 ecord. No \vonder the New York ankecs offered six players for him ecently. First This Season Scarborough met up with the Red: >ox for the first time this season j ast night. He proceeded to shut ; icm out, 3-0. Three hits were all ie power-laden crew could get off is offerings and all were made by ne player—Al Zarllla, who rapped ut two doubles and a single. Three thers reached biisc by bases on nils. Only once before In the major agues has a plnyer collected all iree of his team's hits, that was 11 the way back in 1910 when Jim- vy Sheckard of the Chicago Cubs lade three against Harry Caspar f the Cincinnati Reds. And the ubs won the game. 1-0. As If losing the game wasn't :iough. the Sox may have lost the ervices of Dom DIMngglo for tin idcfinite period. The brilliant ccn- erfieldcr was forced to leave -the ame with . a stiff right leg after he fourth Inning. Ted Williams, ecoveiing from a -siege of the grippe, as back in uniform but was still oo weak to play. l.anier Tamr* Red* 1-0 Another masterful pitching per- ormance was turned In by Max La-, ler, veteran southpaw hurler of the t. Louis Cardinals. The pardoned fexlcan League jumper threw a oilr-hitter at Cincinnati last "night i defeating the Reds, 1-0. Ken Inffensbcrger,' who holds two 1- it shutout victories over the Red iirds, was the unfortunate loser. Lanier was the whole show. He ot only fanned seven Redlegs but rove In the lone run of the game -tth a double. Brooklyn defeated the Boston raves^-6-4. in the National Lease's only other game, scoring the •inning funs In the seventh inning a wild throw by Catcher Del Crandall. The youthful catcher hrew the ball Into left field at- empting to pick Duke SnWer off bird and both Snider and Carl Furillo scored. Dick Donovan, making his first tart in the majors, was the - loser. Ton -Newcombe was credited with is first victory although he needed .elp from Willard Ramsdell in the ilntli. Rain and wet grounds wiped out lie rest of the major league sche- ule. Boll Weevils Win MONTICEIXO. Ark., April 25. >— The Arkansas A. and M. Boll Weevils defeated College of the Ozarks 8-0 here in n baseball game iere yesterday. It was the fourth tonight win for the Boll weevils. —Courier News I'hotii BUST ON FKKK THROWS-Sonny Stlres Heft) of the Chicks and Bennie Hays of the papooses proudly display the trophies they won'during the 1041-50 basketball season for their free throw marksmanship The trophies were awarded by the school to the Chick and Pap that had the best free tm-ow percentage for the year. Stires led the Chicks at the charity line with a percentage of so.i and Hays was best for the Paps with 61 percent made. The senior trophy was donated to the school by Sam Johns, owner of the Razorback Drive In and the Junior trophy was donated by the Junior High School Booster Club. Familiar Cry Back at Boston— 'Spahn and Sain—Then Rain 1 By JOB KF.LI.KY i BOSTON, April 25. (/D—Boston Braves' fans Arc beginning to chant :heir 1948 pennant winning refrain again: • "Spahn and Sain—then two days of rain—then Spahn and Sain." That was the rallying cry of Tribal supporters as their favorites battled :o Boston's first National League flag in 34 years with Warren Spahn and Johnny Sain doing most of the pitching. Slender southpaw Spahn and rugged Sain, tobacco chewing right- hander, are the boys who got the Tribe off a-runnlng as each won Ills first two games this '.year. A year ago Sain lost his first two starts and didn't gain his first victory until Jits fourth start April 30 when he shut out the New York Giants 4-0. ••' , Big John, who seemingly has regained his ability after n poor season last year, probably will pilch against ttie same Giants Thursday, after Spahn faces them tomorrow night. Tn 1949 Sain never won more than two games in succession and couldn't win n single gnme after Aug. 23. From thai date to the end of the season he started seven and lost four, winding up the season with n 10-17 record. Spahn. who had a-15-12 record when the Braves won their 1948 pennant, kept them going last year with 21 victories and H losses. Pine Bluff Boxer Wins In Army Tournament WILLIAMS AIR FORCE BASF, Ariz., April 25. fl'j—The first round of the western area boxing tournament of the Air Training Command last night resulted in decision victories for • boxers from Williams Air Force Base, Lns Vegas, Nov., AFB and Lowery AFB of Denver" Colo. Among the three-round bouts: Roy Howard, H4','j. pine Bluff. Ark., Las Vegas, AFB. dcclsloned Felix Aikcn. 143, Washington, D. C Williams AFB. NOTICE OF KIMNG OF APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR PERMIT Notice is hereby given that tl undersigned has filed with tl Comniisloner of Revenues of tin. Stale ot Arkansas for permit to sell and dispense vinous or spirituous Hnuors for beverace at retail on the premises described as 418 w Ash. Blytheville. Application is for a permit to be issued for operation beginning on the 1 day of July 1950, ant! to expire on Ihe 30 day ol June. 1950. Hugh Cherry <M|50 LOANS ON CARS, TRUCKS AND TRACTORS United Insurance Agency 1st A .Main Rear City Drug BIyfheville, Ark. Welch f Hickson Lose Mat Bout To Canny, Getz Bill canny and his new-found tag partner, Al Oetz, out battled Joe Welch and Billy Hickson to take the decision in the tag match feature of the American Legion's wrestling bouts in Memorial Auditorium last night. Canny and Oetz won the decision by taking the first and third falls of the foost two of three falls affair. But they had to go all out in the deciding round lo cop the vie- to ry. , . " Canny nnd Oetz captured the first fall in 23 minutes with Getz defeating Welch in 21 minutes with flying mares and 11 body pin. Canny Ihen took care of Hickson in two minutes with body slams. Welch an Hickson took the second fall in only 12 minutes. Welch defeated canny after 10 minutes with body flips anrl a pin and Hicksori won over oet?, in .two minutes with a spinning' toe. hold. Canny and Gel?, came back .to take the third fall In 21 minutes. Canny won over Welch 15 minutes with n crab hold and Get?, defeated Hiekson in six minutes with a leg lock. In the two one-fall preliminary bouls, Welch defeated Getz In eight minutes with a step-over toe hole and Hicfcson defeated Canny In 13 minutes with a spinning toe hold. The Shetland Isles came under Scottish rule in 14C8. SPORTING GOODS Fishing & Hunting License. "Jimmie B" 12 ft. Boat S'19.05. Aluminum Boats, 12 & M ft. Fly rods, Casting rods and guns repaired. Shoes for every sport. -121 \V. Main Phone G7G2 "Y" Calendar For This Week Tuesday 4 p.m. Grade School Girls Soft- alt—Yarbro vs. Lange. , 5:30 p.m. Bay Window I,eagui lead's vs. Burnett Hudson. 7:30 p.m. Chess Club. Wednesday 4 p.m. Grade School girls softball —Central vs. Slldbury. 5:30 p.m. Bay Window League— \rk-Mo Power vs. Whisenhunt Co Thursday 4 p.m. Grade School boys softball. th Grade—Sudbnry vs. Central; th Grade—Sudbury vs. Central.' 5:30 p.m. Bay Window League- courier News vs. Fred Saliba Co. 7:30 p.m. Stamp Collectors Club. Friday 4 p:m. Grade School boys softball th Grade—Lange vs. Yarbro. 6th Trade—Lange vs. Yarbro. Saturday Junior High Baseball, League—9 .m. Little Park vs.'David Acres 0:30 a.m. Yarbro vs. Travelers. 2 p.m. High School girls softball. Students Join Reds HONG KONG-^/P>— Reports from :ommunist Shanghai say that thou- ands of university students are jrjin- ng Hed indoctrination camps. There ,hcy are fed on rice and Marxism. These camps,- operated in many >arts of China, train students in Communist political theory for hree months to two years in prepnr- ilion for, jobs helping control the icasanls and industrial workers. Memphis Whips Crackers in 13th Boner on Home Run Almost Costs Chicks Victory; Barons Win • IIy the Associated Prcs» Billy Higdon pulled a boner that almost cost Memphis a ball game last night. He hit the ball out of Ihe park for a would-be homer, rjiit he failed to touch second base. Tlmt nullified the homer but the Chicks went on to beat Atlanta 10-7, in 13 innings. Nick Ettcn got •mother Memphis homer a few mln- ,ites later and lie didn't tag each bag, he kicked .them. Memphis' victory was matched by Birmingham and the tie for first place continues. Birmingham won Us sixth straight. 7-5, from Little Rock and again Baron long ball hitter Ed Ijavigne got a home'run . Birmingham has hit at least one homer In every game this year except on April IS in Atlanta. Memphis will be in Birmingham tonight and the winner gels first place Mobile gave Nashville its sixth defeat in seven games. 4-1 John Hall's six-hit pitching and three flashing double plays won the game. New Orleans whipped Cliatta- looga, 4-2, to even that.series, two games each. Stan Milankovich lost his curves, sliders and sinkers in Ihe ninth but New Orleans managed to shut off Chattanooga's rally after two runs. Arob Hanged For Slaying CAIRO, Egypt. April 25. (/T)—A 23-year-old student was hanged today for the assassination in 1948 of Prime Minister Mahmoud Pahmy Nokrashy Pasha. The student, Abdel Maguk!' Ahmed Hassan, was a member of an outlawed Arab extremist organization. Four accomplices were sentenced to life imprisonment and 10 other persons tried wiUvhim were acquitted. NewSoftball Loop Set Up at Meeting Here The proposed Northeast Arkanias- Southeast Missouri Softball League was organized at a meeting ol representatives erf Inter**** ettles here last night. Five teams three from Southeast Missouri and two from Northeast Arkansas, were represented at last night's meeting which was h^y in Bill Godwin's Sporting Goods Store here. The cities represented were Deerlng, Caruthersville, Steele, ! Blythevllle and Paragould. It was voted that six teams be allowed membership In the league and Mr. Godwin, who Is acting president of the new league, said that either Hornersville or Senath would make up the sixth team. Play In the league Is to open May 3 with each team playing one league game each week. The season will close Aug 6. The teams will play a split season. Burnett Hudson Sales will sponsor the Blytheville entry In the league. U of A and Irish "B" Grid Teams To Clash Nov. 4 PAYETTEVILLE, Ark., April 25. (d'j—Arkansas'and Notre Dame will meet on the football field next fall —but it will he B teams Instead of varsieties. The game, to be played at R>rt Smith Nov. 4. highlights the 1950 schedules for the university's B and freshman teams amiounced yesterday. Other B team games are Rock Junior College at Little Oct. i, and university of B at Fayettevilie, Oct. 2V. Freshman games—Oct. 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