The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 14, 1944 · Page 8
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! PAGEElfiHT BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.). .COUBIEB Lead Of Cards Again Trimmed Now 13 H Games Ahead After Double Loss To Pittsburgh By United Press The' Pittsburgh Pirates made it (heir.'ninth: straight victory over the league leading St. Louis Cardinals with a clean sweep of a doutleheader, 1 to 3 and 10 to 5. s The twin loss cut the Cardinal lead-to 13 and n half games, the tinnllest they have held since July 251 Since Aug. 31, when the Cards led by. 20 games, the slumping leaders have allowed 6 nnd a half games to be glared from their mar- gln.;And Plttiburgh has accounted a large slmre of that. Rip S«well held the Cards to ^eyen scattered hlls while the Bucs were busy on Cardinal hurlcrs Hnny Brecheen, Fied Schmidt, and Sylvester Donnelly. Drechceu took the loss in the opener. In the second game St. Louis had orie -'big Inning when homers by Johnny Hopjie, his second of the day, and Ray Ganders drove In four runs. But the Cards (ailed to keep pace from there on out with Die marching Pirates. ' Xavier Resclgno wfls credited with the second win and Max . Lariler took the loss for St. Louis. '. Th» Chicago Cubs dropped Jrom fourth place for a few hours during the afternoon when they lost the opener of n doublelieadcr with the'Cincinnati Reds 4 to 1. "But In the second game Frank Sc'croy, who came up from Milwaukee Aug. 27, homered with two on 'and accounted for Chicago's win 3 to 2. The victory put Chicago back into fourth place. Rain postponed doubleheadcrs between Philadelphia nud New • York at: Philadelphia nml between 3(.ston and Brooklyn at Brooklyn. • In the American League a single trine between New York and Philadelphia was also called off because of rain. Chicks Defeat Vols In Opener : Outfielder Pete Gray Raps Out Five Hits; Greer is Credited ;. MEMPHIS, Sept. 14 (U.P.)— The Memphis Chicks hold the first victory /In a series with the Nashville yols to decide the Southern League crown wearers for 1944. DOPE BUCKET •X J. P. VBUND Ol'ENS NEW SEASON • mentor. Best of all, It served as n The Osceola Semlnoles )x>p off tonic—a needed one—for the pros- he brand new football season to- pcrous seasons that followed im- nori'Ow night under the light of Hale Field. 'Ihey tncc the rcjuvc- rated Paragould Bulldogs, who rc- umc the pigskin s|X>rl after two ears. Mention of the Semlnoles Is my cue not only to give my soul hern county favorites a plug—a big deserving one—but get around lo a onner Osceola sports figure whom ! have Inadvertently overlooked. So, "lere is my chance to'make amends .n my feeble way. The cliap 1 have slighted Is James W. (Jimmy) Ahlf, who coached the Semlnoles through two great seasons, 1937 and 1938. Now an ensign in the U. S. Navy and serving ns gun officer of a Navy jun crew, Jimmy Is generally credited by Osceoln fans and those In :he know of restoring the Scmlnole to Its present high North»ast Arkansas . The Chicks, behind of their sensational the lugging one-armed centerfielder. Pete Gray, downed the Vols 7 : to 0 In a twelve inning thriller. Gray trok the spotlight with five hits for six trips to the ............. , ..... ,. ..... „ plate, -Including a double and' a (ice of what was to come. - - football stock level among schools. When he went lo the Indian wigwam to take over the reins he found a big job In front of him. Material not only <vas overlooked and not up to standard, but the spirit and morale of the fans and the kids themselves were at a mighty low ebb. GOES TO WORK The situation was such ns to discourage the average person; give him an excuse [Q can-y along In the same, lackadaisical pace. But not Jimmy. He came to coach football—and other sports—and he was determined to produce. Young, am bilious, not long out of college, ho realized this was a chance to make his first real start. If he could pro- due,, here then there was a chance to move up the coaching ladder. So, he rolled up his sleeves and went to work. To make a iong, interesting, thrilling stor v short Jimmy did the job. and how! He gained the confidence of the youngsters themselves to begin with. Next ctvmc the business men and loyal fans who had turned their eyes from their own stalwarts lo the Blythc- ville Chicks, who under Carney [-.asllc, were the [oust of the State and South. It didn't take much lo enlist their aid. In fact, they were Just waiting for someone to take over so they could help. That's the 1 spirit of Osceola. if (he truth were known, I feel certain those same fans wanted a good team of their own tp rlvnl the Chicks, which Is only natural. GETS SOME RESULTS It wasn't very long under a well organized and fundamentally sound progra mthnl the Scinhioles began lo show life on the gridiron. While they didn't. exactly 1 , set the world on fire that, first, year, the tritie did have n, winner and served i'6- ler the able Leslie <r)ukle'> Speck. 3ddly, the Duke also is a Navy !nsign and a gun crew officer. Thanks to this grand job, Jimmy was offered the head coaching iob at licnton, a member of thc Arkansas High School Conference, ilc accepted and remained there Jiitll his enlistment In November, 1942. At lien ton he Is generally credited with (he development and ; x>]lsh!ng of J. P. Moore, rated as one of the greatest backs ever developed In the slate. There have been Mcclous few kickers who could COJMJ with the big hoy. He went to Van- dcrbilt where h e carried on In great style and help keep thc Arkansas prep standard up high. I'nOTEfiES AKK SCATTKHKI) That the proteges of Coacli Ahlf and Coach Speck had thc grand old patriotic spirit Is reflected in thc fact that to a player, save two. all entered thc various brandies ot the services. With exception of three all are in action and active service. Lieut. George D. (Sonny) THURSDAY, SKFTKMKKH M, 104-1 Aggies To Meet Marine Outfit Monticello A. & M. Again Coming Up With Powerful Aggregation MONTICELLO, Aik., Sept. 14 (IT.P.I— Monlicello A. and M.'s Ag (le football squad Is all prepared far Ihclr Initial game of the season when they Innele with the highly louled Marine Officers Training School squad from New Orleans, at Monticello Saturday. Tlie Aggie*, again made up of Navy V-12 and Marine trainees, will he out to prove to the grid work) that, this year's cdltoln it just as good as Die powerful Aggie outfit which struck terror In the hearts of numerous opponents last .season, A couple of Texans will probably he lending Coach Eugene Augus- tcrtcr's Aggies when the kick-off ball sails u'own the Held. Big nil Cromer, who halls from Houston, Texas, and Wilton Fancll, a Den- Ion, Texas, product, are expected to shoulder most of the ball carrying chores, Last season's squad was good. Ii piled up an amazing record of vie lories, amassed a total of 31! points to their opponents' 40—and wound up the .season playing In Sem/no/es To Meet Pamgould In Opening Contest At Osceola OSCEOLA, Sept. H,—Inspired by cxpecls, lo open with Tom Cross kl.'ntwl »n>1> /innotv «...! ....n 1 .... _. . . AU'li V*U.^> . . . Ballouc, center, fell with his plane °" D ;™' al 1 '™«lon, Texas. But near Pensncoln, Flii Charles C the folks ot Arkaitsas's tomato Bowcn, scat hack, Is missing on a' eil l" lnl lxrc confident that this seas- night in India. Eljucr (Tiiffy) Brynnt, center, was killed In a train wreck in England. Here are some of the others: Manager Max Stewart. Navy, S. W. Pacific; Paul Roberson, lib, Army; Earl Morrison, hb. on's edition Is going to be every bit as good as that eleven of 1943. The line will be lighter thnn that of tlie Bowl team. Where power predominated last season, maneuverability will be the main point Lieut in Air Corps; Henry J. Swift, of this year's eleven fb. Army; Pleas Huekaby, lib, Mcd.t incidentally, it will be nothing Corps New ' Corps New Guinea; Lieut. Pat Mos-(snort of a holiday for Monllccllon- Icy, lib Army (wounded In action); 'inns, for Saturday'* game will Ens. Dime: Bonll. Navy Air Corps;; miuk lnc flrsl „,„> ln fhree years George Thomason, tackle, Army; lhnt . Ulc folks of thc t ^ r * S-Scrgt. Arthur Ayres, guard, Air beell „„„,,,„, the op,,,,,^^^"^ Bl'OUtld. triple; To top his performance, he made a spectacular cntch that killed two Vols on liasc. Moiindsman Ed Greer received credit, for the win, although Ellis Kinder went nine innings for the .Chjckf..vpalc..Alderson went th'e route lor the Vols until midway in the ninth. Nashville .. 001 300 100 001—C 13 3 Memphis .. 100 201 001 002—7 12 0 .Alderson, Balser (12) nnd Lcitz; Kinder. .Green (10) and McGarlly. NOTICE OF '^ADMINISTRATION Letters testamentary on the estate •f- John Park Hatchett, Deceased were granted to the undersigned on the 7th'day of September, 1944, by the. Probate Court of Mississippi County, Arkansas. , 'All persons having claims against said estate are required to exhibit them, properly authenticated for allowance, to the undersigned as executrix of said estate, before the end of one year from the date of the granting of the letters testamentary upon said estate, and if such claims be not BO presented, they will be forever barred. Dated this 6th day of September, 1944. VIOLA B. HATOHETT, Executrix. • Reid & Evrarcl, :•• Attorneys for Executrix.' But In 1937 they hit the pigskin jackpot, and collected nil the chips in one big swoop. They won the Northeast Arkansas championship with the loss of only one game—to their rivals over at Marked Tree. That was a powerhouse eleven that yenr, though somewhat short of weight. It was smartly couched and a credit to any school and Edilnston, tackle. DCS, Monticello, (Navy); Scrgt. Harold Bryant, end, Army (England); R. D. Monrs, hb. Army (Italy); Pvt. Hilly Driver, lib, Army; Hill Edrington, tackle, S- Sorgt. Air Corps'; Bill Young, end, FO 3-c Army Panama); Scrgt. Hiu•y Jones, tackle, Army; Lieut. Buddy Barblcrs, center, Air Corps (England); Lieut. Pclc snlton, Army, Junior Best, hb, Navy; Lyman Lackner, end, Army; Billy Bannister, Mcd. corps (England); Junior Doyle, hb, Marines (S. W. Pacific). Lan Williams, half-pint back, and Blllle Joe Edrliigton, end, are not in the colors, both being rejected. The address of Ens. Ahlf Is: Aimed Guard, S. S. H. M. Plagler, % PPO, New York Cltv. Baseball Standings NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. St. tx>iils 05 Pittsburgh 81 . WARNING ORDER The defendant, Isabella St. Clair, is hereby warned to appear in the Chancery Court for the Chlckasaw- bi> District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, within Thirty (30) days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Prank St. Clair, and upon her failure so.to do, salct complaint will be taken as confessed. Witness my hand as clerk of the Chancery Court for the Chicknsawlm Dlslrlct of Mississippi County, Arkansas, and the seal of said Court this the 7th day of June, 1944. HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk. 9)7-14-21-23 Cincinnati Chicago . New York . Boston . .. 74 01 Cl 55 Brooklyn 55 Philadelphia 52 41 54 58 11 12 70 80 13 SOUTHERN LEAGUE W. L. Memphis • 1 Nashville a 1 AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. New York 16 Detroit 75 St. Louis 15 Boston Cleveland Philadelphia Chicago Washington 58 Pel. .709 .599 .501 brand new coach and prospects Die largest opening crowd In oral football history, thc Osceola Smilnoles begin their annual North- cast Arkansas Conference trek to- JWITOW night at JIale Field here, ho|)e to find the championship it the finish. 'Hie ncdsklns, who finished third iu the 1943 torrid NBA pigskin cha.se and are promised more competition this Fall with the addition of three more members into the loop, face thc rejuvenated Para- Bulldogs, non-confeci'iicc foes, In the lid popper, which will get underway promptly at 8:10 o'clock. Brilliant 1'ast Ilalllcs If thc Semlnoles and Bulldogs arc geared to (he pitch of a few years back the fans can rear back In the seats and get set for a daz- Inahd of fast, brilliant leather lugging. Football representatives of the two schools have met twice in recent years and gained an even break. The canines made a last quarter rally that netted two (otichfowns (o beat (town a stubborn brand of smaller Indians, 13-2, In the first. But thc following year It was a different story. The locals flashed a powerful running and passing attack lo gain Hie triumph, two touchdowns to one, ' But gone are the stars and greats of those two |Ywer/ul teams. And in their places are up-and- coming youngsters, many of whom are just cutting their football eye teeth, but give indication of adequately following in the footsteps of their big brothers. Iictterincn On mind Making his debut as Big Chief of thc Semlnoles.- Coach Homer Bourns found nine lettcujicii in (he wigwam on arrival. But the situation was not as bright as one would suspect with such an array of letter earners. For only four were holdover regulars from the 19-13 powerhouse, three linesmen and a single back. To add to his worries, the Sem- Inole cause suffered n tremendous loss with thc serious leg injury to W. H. Holderficld, brilliant experienced end. The star wlngnmn. who was expected to bear the brunt nd Jack Saiialn at the ends' olin Giiffln and Charley Jones', acklcs; Captain Gene Butler and Stanley Kramer, guards; and Fred lannlster, center, In the forward viill. The light fast backfield will >c composed of Henry Griffin junrtwbiick; Mclvin Waggoner and '{obci't C. Driver, halfbacks and Jcnvcr Wilson, fullback. All are ettcrmen except Sarlnln and Hon•y Griffin. John Griffin. Captali Butter, Bannister and Driver were gulars last year. Resuming football after two venrs, Hie quality and power n 1'aragould are definite unknowi f(iianities. Bui reports emunalint from the Bulldog lair indicate the pack uoteiitliil strength and likel will cause no end of trouble before the conflict is over. Approximate!) 30 candidates reported to c.oache nalph Hflkli)) (Ui)iverslty of Ark ansas) and his aide, D. Ji. Arnc> including some experienced, he;iv boys who have remained in triii with basketball and other sports. Yesterday's Results NATIONAL LKAGUE Cincinnati 4-2, Chicago 1-3 PlUsburgh 1-10, St. Louis 3-5. Philadelphia at New York, rain Boston at Brooklyn, rain SOUTHERN I.KACUE (Playoff) Memphis 7, Nashville 3. A.MEUICAN LEAGUK New York at Philadelphia, rain. Read Courier News Want Ad:. Today's Games ••'• ' SOUTHERN LEAGUE - -'< (Playoff) Nashville a( Memphis, night. NATIONAL LEAGUE Cincinnati at Chicago. Philadelphia at New York, two. Boston at Brooklyn, two. Only games scheduled, AMERICAN LEAGUE New York at Philadelphia, night Only game scheduled. MOVK TO MAUYLAM) Baltimore,—The majority of sta- >les that raced at Garden State Park shipped to Maryland tracks. I.AMANNO A MANAUKU las Angeles.—-Ray Lanmnno, who caught 106 games for the Clucln- nall Reds in 1942, his freshman jna- jor league year, Is now baseball manager fit Uvermore, Calif., Naval Air Station. Husbands! Wives! Want new Pep and Vim? ThoiUi.in<t^ tii 'fuuplfA arc not, wom-oul, er- huititiii Edltly IHX'.IUX bod y Jacks Iron, For new vijii, vli&Uty. try (JV-irfiTuJilcTflbk-tB. Kunplka Iron you. too. may JiceU [orpvii: proiilivlactlcilottti : vitamin tt|. 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