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PAGE EIGHT ILYTIIEVILLE (ARK.) POUBIER NK\£5 THURSDAY, SKPTKiMlJKK 7, 1[M<1 Tackles Needed To Bolster Line •_. Green Would,Welcome ^^Triple-Threat Back; * Pogue Tries New Job ."WANTED AT ONCE — two big, hijsky, high school boys, 175-20p pounds,'play tackle. Rough ones .preferred. Experience desired though not ^necessarily. demanded.' Also need at least'one boy who can run, kick-and pass with football. Experience' required' Hours reasonable but kinda rough promised. No panty waists need repoit We'mean business. Sec Arvil Green, Coach Blytheville High School Chlcknsaws either at school or at Fair' Grounds each afternoon. Such Is the S.O.S. flashed yesterday by Chief Green as he began fo'Increase the tempo of the train- Ing sessions in preparation for Ihe heason opener with Carulhcisvillc two weeks from' tomorrow. ,;.And. the need for tackles and n triple threat back Is not just synthetic but real if Ihe tribe expects to get' anywhere In the Arkansas High School grid conference. The tackle problem became acute when Harvey "Cotton" Pogue, the only experienced tackle In the squad, was given a trial in the backflcld In.an effort to partially plug a gaping crater created by the loss of three regulars, Gordon Welshons, Mon- foe Besharse and Hay Gill. Kernper Is Delayed , \.Tlic situation Is enhanced further when Eugene Kemper, strapping 105 pounder, tailed to report oh time, However, he Is due to come into the fold In a couple of weeks but his progress will be delayed.' •-With HID problem 'outstanding Gerald "Corky" Blumeyer, ordliia?- ilj a center, has been switched over a couple of pegs and appears to be very much at homo there. Weighing'. 180 pounds, "Corky" may be the answer/to one half of the'enigma, gut. hejlhave to work. vj.Just.who, w lll get the other starling : berth is also a disputed riddle. B?-p."(Junior) Stone, 165, younger brother of Elmer Slone, 1912 Chick center, nnd captain, Is likely candidate. Then there Is Eugene Cunningham, WO pounds, and Kenneth . Byrd, strlngbean youth and brother^ pf Jackie Byrd, the boxer. Don Besharse, soil of Herman Beshnrse, a .former Chick star back, Is given a" : char/ce, along with' Charles R. Gil!,' Austin Jenkins, 'and Jimmy glrickland, ' • , ;^,-,.... Problem In Baekflcld. ?:Coach'-Grecn has -his work all put-out.for him in ih'c backfleld, •too, , Replacing 'Gill, Besharse, Welshons, and John Bruce Wilson, who' has been returned to end, Is not.golhir to be solved tla Hudlrif, though ho might help If we were b'ack'.aml had his mnglc hat. Aside from Pogue," arid possibly " Jim Smart,'-no' one had n job .clincher!. ln> fact,'the, coach has cri'ipha'sizcd 'that nil must bear down and earn the. spots, even Pogue and Smart, to say nothing of Stan Hood,'Chester. Caldwell, Davy Sylvester who BDpear to have the Inside track, vlhen,'there la the problem of yho. will be Ihe first string snap- pcrBack to further plague the.local mentor and cnuse him to lose much sleep. Only two, James Vest, who opened the 1943 season then withdrew because of injuries, and Jerome Grey, nre listed. There has been some :ta!k of converting Byrd, also Jimmy Stafford, who has had some experience there. It will take time to.work out thai solution, too. '*.. Only! four positions nre not due • to ..cause .many furrows to come onto-the coach's brow. The ends »nd' guards with the dependable J. u. Johnson, who should be better 'his -year,-back, and Wilson as his running mate, the starting termi- nals'should be laken care of. s"^ .'J.Fonr Guards Kctiirn ,The four guards from last scn- wli 'vl ,,°? hand - They'are Joe Neil Rate Iff, a bruising, rough boy, Jimmy Stafford, with plenty of finesse and polish, and the half- pints, Billy Koonce and Charles «o v Lutes, who are due to give thclMargcr, taller foes a ret.1 run i gain those first For Caruthersville Contest DOPE BUCKET BX j. r. iticirr.r nKscttveu BOUQUETS uuic nock nigh Bcn B ai and suc- Wlth the grand ol' American ccssful sporting good denier before gmnc of baseball moving Into the entering (h c service, home slrctcir and soon'lrf b'cusurp- ''TRIBUTE TO TKICifrKIt" ed by father Football as< (he .No, 11 Another orchid, a whole bunch of sport in current public lavor, may 'cm, goes.to Harold 'Trigger" Wall we take time out to toss n couple and his Manila independents, own- ol well earned bouquets .to a pair ed and sponsored by E. C. '(Gene) of deserving baseball teams. (Flcemnn. ' Tlie [list belongs to the' Blylhe-1 A former slar nthlelc at Stcelc vllle Army Air Field Filers' who oil- "fell school, Hnrold has assembled maxed a remarkable season by. annexing the Eastern Flying Training Command Little World Series Tournament Championship against cou- rt fine team of Manila talent that rim up n winning streak of 18 straight before dropping a 1-0 decision to Caraway. But the CuicH- tcstants from eight ailtercnt stales.' nals roared bnck to avenge that Returning officers who witnessed loss ( >y ">c same count 11 week Int' • ~ 'r. "Trigger" Is no stranger In these iiarts. For several years he hns wen outstanding In semi-pro Imse- ball and softbikll circles'. Back when we had Hie elly Softball, league here Harold caught (or und mnn- ngcd Joe Applctamn's Fnmous'en- try and was one of the leaders. I(nro(d, who knows Ills Ijn.seb.ill and cnh spot n diamond prospect when he sec.? one, believes he has somo ycms in the rough among his youngsters, ivho averaged nroinid 17 years. .Most oiitstniirtfng are Raymond Scott, lefthander who has not lost n gnme this year; Wnyne Wallace, 15-year old first baseman who stands-Ibrco Indies over . the six- fool scale and has a swat' mark of .363 In IS games; and Center Fielder Guy Whitney, a 17-year old slar with a .305 average. "Doc" Prothro, lake notice! the semi-finals and flnnls at Maxwell Field, Ala., last week end said the Filers were Ihe best of the four surviving teams; that they weren't even pressed to defeat Gunter Field, Ala., the favorite, and Shaw Field, S. C., for the ting. While the entire team played exceptionally well and all arc entitled to tile praise and .the spoils, u choice orchid belongs to Mel Parlell, the slim, brilliant young south- jaw who hurled' shiiloiils in Die wo blue chip contests on consec- iltve days. The clever New Orlchs youngster ind everything during .thole games and never was at any stage in dan- er. Hc granted Gunter Field only hrce scratch hits and limited Shaw Field to : one less, which la pretty fair chunking In any league. PAKNEI.I. PITCHES AM, Parnell pitched all five of the championship games and allowed lust three runs; Smyrna B-l, Lock-" bourne 2-1, and .Greenville 0-1; Gunter 9-0, and Sliaw Field 5-0. So lls no wonder that Jimmy 1 Bratcn, the e-Cardlnal captain' and 1 second baseman, said Uiat Mnna- ;or.Billy Southwortli of the Cnrrii-' iinls would be willing to give n mortgage on Sportsman Park to inve him this year. No douht the Red Sax, who own him, will beckon with open arms after.the war Is over. Mack McWhorlcr, the fanny fielding and hard hitting first bnseman who Is improving with cver v game and seems, headed, for. successful pro career,' was another spark in the winning drive, as was Walt Bltilek, the peppery, hard working catcher, not-, to ineiit'lo" Max Vickcrs, shortstop; Bert Dares, who subbed for Fred Swim al second; Leonard Travls.-.thlrd; Frank Spoul, Dnnny LaGrulla and'Stan Wlotko, ithc outfielders. The marvelous triumph wns n special tribute to Staff Sergt. Robert Tubbs, serving his second sen- son at the helm.of: the Filers..'.Bc'- sct with furlough worries and other troubles Bob hns handled the team excellently and richly deserves much credit in the 31 victories out of 43 games played tills year. Bob Is an Arkansas product, n former ningham, Byrd, Gill, Strickland, Slone, Kemper, Besharse, Jenkins. Guards — Rnlcllfr, Stalforcj, Koonce, Lutes, Bobby Dcati, James Stlmson. Centers— Vest, Grey. Backs —Sylvester, Caldwell, I'oguc, Frank Nicholson, Dick Shanks, Smart, Hood, Owen Harrison. Oscnr Elliott, Baseball Standings SOUTHIillN LEAGUE W. U Pet. Nashville -13 Memphis . Atlanta (Vew Orleans Mobile . Birmingham . Little Rock . . >lmtt«nooga.. 41 .. 12 25 .. 30 3U ..29 31 ..27 40 ..25 38 ... 2C 45 AMERICAN I.KAGUE W. L, Now York V4 S3 St. Louis 73 59 Detroit 72 GO .051 .621 .020 .500 .439 .403 .395 .356 Pet. .550 .553 .546 .534 .481 .4G7 .155 .410 NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pet. St. Louts 93 35 .727 Pltlsb'nrgli 76 51 .598 Cincinnati 69 50 .552 Chicago 58 07 .404 New York 59 71 AM Rost.in 54 77 .412 Brooklyn 53 78 .405 Naval Academy Team To Watch Middies Now Allowed 4 Years Competition Instead Of Three ANNAPOLIS, Md., Sept. V (UP) —The Unlled Stnle.s Naval Academy will be the football team to watch this Fall. Tills Is pointed out by nn Academy announcement that midshipmen will be eligible during the current year for lour Instead ol three years' varsity competition. In the past Nnvy has.limited I Is players to Ihree years play on Ihe Bradlron, Including both .piny before entering Annapolis anil aflw Becoming a midshipman. That means five Ilrst slringcis will bo able lo play again, this, year. They arc Hal 1 In m berg, ali- Amerlca passing star; Fullback Ben Martin, Center Jack Martin, Tackle Don Whllmlie, ami Dnve Bnrk.s- (lale, who was a star blocking back In 1C42. Academy authorities say that In <!roj>p'|ig the lliree-yonr rule for 1944 they are abiding by the rules of the National Collegiate Athletic Association of which Navy Is a Ol the five first stringers who nre reinstated under the new rule, Hnmberg lias played one year at Arkansas and two nt Annapolis; (he Martian ht:d one year al Princeton and two at Navy; Whlt- mlre played two year.s at Alabama and one at Navy; Barksdale two years with North Carolina and one with Navy. The return of these 'five players should make Nnvy the outstanding team in the East, if not In Ihe entire country. Even before this development Navy was figured us one of the powers of Ihe gridiron. Conference Football Schedule Boston" Vl Cleveland 64 Philadelphia Chicago Washington 63 72 GO 12 55 m Yesterday's Results SOUTHERN LEAGUE Memphis at Mobile, rain. "Atlanla 5, Birmingham 1. Niishville 4, Little Rock 3. New Orleans 3, Chattanooga 2 AMERICAN LEAGUE Detroit 3, Chicago 2. Only g.ijne scheduled. NATIONAL LEAGUE Open date. "'"•'' September 15. Hayncsvilte, La., at El Dorado. Warren at Fordyce. Elaine at Forrest city. Smaekover at Camden. Van Burcn at Fort Smith. September 22. xFordyce at Little Rock, Thursday. Benton at North Little Kock. xFort Smith al El Dorado. Greenwood at Eusscllvllle. McGchce at Pine Bluff. Catholic High at Hot Springs. Parkin at Forrest City. Warren at Camden. Hope at Smaekover. Caruthersville, Mo., at Blythevllle. September 20. xLitllc nock at Joncsuoro. xBcnton at Hot Springs. xHope at El Dorado. xFordyce at Pine Bluff. Mansfield at RussellvillD. Tcxarkana al North Little Rock. Helena at Forrest City. Magnolia at Camden. Parkin at Blyllicvlllc. Clarksvllle at Fort Smith. October C xBlythcvlllc at Little Rock. xNorth Little Rock al Camden. xHot Springs at El Dorado. xPlne Bluff at Fort Smith. Parts iu ntissellvllle. Smaekover at Fordyce. Forrest City at Brlnkley. Bauxite al Benton. October 13. xLittle Hock at Hot Springs. xBenton al Fordyce. ! xEI Dorado nt North Little Rock. xBlytheville at Pine Bluff. Russellville at Sublaco. Clarendon at Forrest City. Texarkana al Camden. October 20. xNorth Little Rock' at Russellville. xFort Smith at. Little Rock. xFordyce at Hot Springs. xPine Bluff nt Carnden. Jonesboro at Newport. El Dorado at Magnolia. Forrest City at Searcy. Batesvllle at Blylhcvllle. Catholic High at Benton. October 27. xRusscllvillc at Fort Smith. xJonesbovo nt Forrest City. Pine Bluff til El Dorado. Hot Springs at North Little" Rock. x Camden nl Hoiw. IN 7 DAYS 666 Little nock at Memphis (Cen- Montlcello at Fordyce. October 28. Hope nt Nashville. November 3. xEI Dbrndo at Little Rock xBenton at Russellvlllc. xNortli Little JJock al Pine Bluff, xllopc at Hot Springs. Blytheville at Jbhesboro. Marianna at Forrest City Camden at Warren. Muskogee, Oltla., at'port Smith. November 10. xUttle. Rock at'Russclivillc xBlytheville at North Little Rock. xHot Springs at Pine Bluff Bntcsvllle at Jonesboro Subiaco at Benton. Forriyce al Warren. Forrest Clly at Stuttgart Camden at Magnolia Tulsa (Will Rogers) at Fort Smith. Hope aI Texarkana. November 17, xPine Bluff at Little Rock (Saturday). xruissellvlllc at Hot Springs. xNorlli Little Kock at Fort Smith. xFordyce at Camden, Wynne nl Forrest City.- El Dorado at Tcxarkana. Searcy al Jonesboro. Hume High, Memphis, at Blythc- vlllc. Nashville at Hope. November 22. xRussellville al Blytheville. xFordyce at North Little Rock. x Jonesboro at Hot Springs. xPine Bluff at Hope. Greenville at Little Rock. Malvcrn al Benton. November 24. xBenton at Forrest city. 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