The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 18, 1946 · Page 6
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 18, 1946
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fftUSSDC BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, MARCH 18, 191G. fife Managers Pick Senators •-* Bluege Also Believes Woshington Team Will Be Flag Contender "' By I EO M. PETER SEN •United Press Sporls Writer ORLANDO, Kin., Mar. 18. (U.P.) •WTiie managers of five of the six AjnwKcau league baseball teams trailing in Florida ni'C high on tl»'-194C pennant chtmccs of tlie yaslil Ajid senators. tile sixth., Ossie Bluege, Chicks S& For Brisk Workout Today As Spring Drills Begin who; directs the club, agrees with tlieit.' "i have a good ball club, one wl)lch is going lo be up in there," lie 'said. "I'm high on its chances. We; have excellent pitching and good infield nr.d outfield balance and are going to be difficult to beat. I figure we have a good to finish first and so do my players. We know the other clubs like th«i Yankees, Tigers, Indians and Red'Sox are going to take a lot of beating. But we have the potential strength to do' it." His big card is his pitching stflff. He jlias' all the members back from last year's staff which from the standpoint of earned runs allowed, shutouts pitched nnd the number of .one-run ball games won was the: best in thc league. And now it has. been strengthened by the addition of Sid Hudson, back from the'service. it may turn out to be the>-best again. . Bluege would like nothing better than' to bring the Senators n pennant and if lie gets the hitting to go '/along with his pitching he might well do it. <3qnnie Mack of the Athletics figures he has n "great "chance." "They could take it all," he said. "Ydu can't discount their, pitching ancf'all-around strength. I wouldn't be ^surprised to sec them win." Btour other managers—Joe Mc- Carthy of thc Yankees, Lou Rain or shine, Conch Bill Godwin will summon some 30-odd grid candidates for their first spring training session this afternoon. A sturdy-looking squad of youngsters upon whose shoulders will fall the responsibility for Blytheville's football fortunes next tuitumu drew uniforms nnd other equipment Friday afternoon and prepared for two weelcs of Intensive work under their new coach, himself a former Chick great who went on lo make his mark In the football world nt the University of Georgia and later with the Navy Amphlbs at Fort Pierce, Fla. "All the boys seem eager to get going nnd I believe we are going to get in some good work during said, "I hope during the next two weeks to get n pretty good line on the material nnd ti> give them some grounding in fundamentals of blocking nnd tackling." "Nig" Hynmn, former,All-Southwest Conference tackle at the University of Arkansas, has consented to help Mr. Godwin coach tho Chicks during the spring session and was scheduled to be here today for the opening drill. Should It vnln this afternoon, Godwin probably will work the Chicks In Ihc gymnasium, otherwise the boys will go through their chores in thc open. Conch Godwin said any fans who care to watch the Chicks during thc next two weeks." Mr. Godwin ! spring practice are welcome to do told the Courier News today. The new Chick mentor declined to make any predictions as to what the Maroon and White will do next fall, but did promise that ":ny boys will be in there hustling." "I don't know how many football players I will have," Mr. Godwin so, but stipulated thnt none except coaches and players will be allowed on the playing field. "We hnve a lot of work to do and we can't have spectators out on the field," he explained, "but they are welcome to sit In thc stands or bleachers." Durocher Holds Hope For 'Bums' Figures Cards Won't 1 Be Too Tough Unless Beazley Recovers By. LEO M. PETEKSEN DAYTONA BEACH, Fla., Mar. Leo- Durocher pulled in his talking 18. (U.P.)^-The' usually loquacious, horns today when it came to 1940 Iuul Rc(1 Roberts ill a tag match Asked whether lie figured his ulth tho llsultl 9° minute lime llm- Brooklyn Dodgers would finish Inj 1 '- bcsl two out of three falls. Ming, Tourtas In Mat Debut Here Tonight Promoter Mike Meroney brings two new faces to Monday night's wrestling show nt the American Legion Arena. Chino Ming and Ted Tourtas, thc newcomers, will appear here for thc first time Monday night. Ming teamed with Bill Coxell Is matched agaipst Tourtas Turkey Hunting • .. • .-*r Season Is Open But Only Archers Can Shoot Wild Gobblers In State This Week BY PAUL R'OSHNFJEJ.D Vnilcd. Press Stuff Correspondent LITTLE ROCK, Mar. 18. (UP) — Htiiitei'K with n turn toward the thrill of archery were ready today for a wtek jam-packed with rugged excitement, when they can regally shoot Arkansas' wild turkeys with, bow and arrow. Open season on the fowl—for archers only—began today and continues through Saturday. The regular season for other huiup,r fi | s from April I through April 15. rjes- ha and Arkansas Counties arc exceptions to the open season. Through a recent, emergency order by tlie slate game and fish ,commission, hunting turkoy in those counties was prohibited for two years as a conservation measure. Assistant Slute Clame and Pish Commissioner Tom Hull said in Little Rock thnt the limitation was necessary because high waters thc past four years in those counties during "nest season" dangerously diminished the tui'koy .supply. foi' he Gurider Haegg Barred From Amateur Races STOCKHOLM, Mar. 18. (UP) — (Hinder Haegg, Swedish track star from amateur compc- "professionalism/ 1 said planned to ncmtinue diiiniiiB and expected to be running on Stockholm tracks this Munmer. Macau, the world's fastest IMIII: Anie Andersson the' second hisiest, nnd Henry Kaelarna, former world's 3,000 and 5,000-meter ilKtinplon, wore barred from 'further amateur competition yesterday by Uic Swedish Athletic Association. Six other athletes were disquail- li:ci for from one to two years. '! am surprised that no more v.u'c disqualified," suld Haegg, who \vi.s barred from amateur competition for .six months five years ago lur allegedly accepting $15. "I don't know under what spc- ciiic regulation I was barred," he Snead Finishes Ahead Of Field At Jacksonville, JACKSONVILLE. Ha., Mar. 18. (UP)— Sammy Snead, who ha s been flirting with greatness ever since he left the blue ridge mountains of Virginia for the big-time golf circuit, felt today he had found the groove necessary for steady championship play. ,. The power-driving confidence stemmed mountaineer's from yesterday's victory in the 510,000 Jacksonville Open when he turned aside torrid B6u_drcau of the Indians, Steve O'Neill of the Tigers and Joe Cronin of the Red Sox—rate them as one of the clubs to beat. They could, of course, turn out to'<bc another morning glory as they were In 1944 when (hey were favored to win the pennant. They . finished n dismal eighth. Lost year when they were picked for'the second division they finish^d second, losing the pennant on the 'final day of 'the season to the Tigers.. A lot of baseball people "figured they miRht hnve won. hid hoi" owner Clark Griffith arranged the schedule so the team •finished the "season a week earlier than the other clubs to make room in .his park for thc pro-football Washington Redskins • and played so many night'games. • Bluege does^ not agree with that theory. '-._'•' •"*, '.,'• j. , ._'- ... ; "At any rate," he declared, "you can put us down as n definite contender this year. We are a lot stronger"" than last season at fielding, ,'and .we may have picked up tht batting "strength we lacked last year-to put us over. I hope so anyway." ^'jv Fishinj Season Cut DENVER (UP)—In view of an anticipate;! boom in fishing in trout^filled Colorado streams and lak«s- .this year, the state Game anti'~"Fish Commission lias moved ^ g dnte of the fishing season to May 1, 20 days later than usual; and- lowered the possession limit?from 40 to 20 fish. the National League pennant race, he answered: "We will finish among the first eight. I don't want to pull a Bill Terry, you know, and I never predict things like that. But one thing you can say for me, we arc goiii(f o be much better than last year. Just two players, Pee Wee Heese and Pete Reiser, makes the club 25 >er cent stronger." In other words he wasn't asking n question like Terry did when he wondered whether Brooklyn was still in the league. But he had a Hopeful gleam In his eye when he wondered whether Johnny Benz- ley'-j dead nrm was going to come around. "The Cardinals are counting on him to be the bell cow of their pitching staff." he pointed out. "If Johnny dosen't measure up, well, it would make a big difference." Asked whether that was an Indication thnt he -liked the Cnrds for the 1946 pennant, he smiled: "Well, you have to Ijkc (hem They really have everything. But if Bcazley's arm 1 Is dead, It wouk change the picture." •So while he didn't say so, it wa.< obvious that he figured thnt tin Cards without Bcazley may not be competition to first prize with take the M-hole total of 2«4 strokes, 24, under par and four ahead of Jimmy Dcmaret lin second place. Ben Hogan, the game's leading money winner for the year and pre-lournament favorite, finished sixth with 05-59—279, nine strokes under par. Pete Cooper of Gainesville, Fla., took third with e8-t>5— 271; followed, by Lawson Little of Monterey, Calif., G8-G8—274. And Herman Bnrron of White Plains, N. NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION On p'ebruary 26, 1946, letters tes- .amentary upon the estate of Mar:in Walter Lewis, deceased, were {ranted to the undersigned, Addle Josie Lewis, whose address is Route 1, Paragound, Arkansas. All persons having claims against said estate arc required to exhibit the same to the executrix, properly authenticated, within six months from Ihc date of the first publication of this notice, or they will be forever barred and precluded from any benefits in such estate. Dated this the 2 day of March, 18-16. ADDIE JOSIE LEWIS, Executrix. Claude P. Cooper Attorney for Executrix. explained. "I plan to continue train- i Y - 69-b8—277. ina and expect to be running on Hogan still leads in the moneymaking parade with $12,070 for the Stockholm tracks thi.s summer." Andersson said he considered the _ __ year, followed by Byron Nelson very "unfair "~~However lie who. skipped this tournament, with. "" """' Damaret, 05,396, and Eiieiul, added, "I plan to continue (mining and running.". my $1.002; $5,100. Kaclarna said he was "not concerned because I got a lifetime sen- Mull pointed out thnt thc tur- Icncc, but 'it is a pity for Guilder The first preliminary gets under way promptly at 8 p.m. with DIM Cozell and Tom-las testing each other's skill on the mat. Roberts and Ming are up In the second and will be seen whether Roberts has much trouble pinning the shoul- lers of the sturdy little Ming. Ming iinil Tourlas have been well recommended by other promoters and should provide a well-biilanced card for this week's show. Cov.ell is a handy man with his dukes and is one .of the row lo push Roberts around. When things get too rough for Roberts lie heads for the outside of lh c ropes and stays there until things slow down a bit. Ming has been recommended [us a good match for Roberts, so teamed with Cozell Ihesc two should give Roberts more competition than ho has met here in thc past few weeks. Tourtns has (he reputation of being well past the novice stage in the squared circle, having been pretty rough on some of his opponents in past matches. key crop this year is better than average, particularly In south central Arkansas. He advised archers, however, to contact the commission and get information regarding license and hag limitations before taking to the fields. "the only other open season for archers In Arkansas is on deer. Archers may shoot deer for two six-day periods—from Oct. 2H through Nov. 2, and from Nov. 25 through Nov. 30. Usually made of yew wood, osag^ orange, lemoinvood, hickory or elm, Ihc hunting bow has a pull of between 40 and 80 pounds on its string. An all-leather quiver holds about. 25 arrows with all-steel points three inches long. The arrows are 24 Inches long—longer and wider than an ordinary taigct arrow. A,!KO included In cho archer's equipment is an arm guard, another leather gunfd for the index, third and fourth fingers of the "bow" hand,, nnd. a canvas bow case. The equipments costs about $80. uxi Arnc.' : sociation ars ago. Despite the disqualifications, He said he told the he quit rmining five Read Courier. News Want Ads. the association tleclded to continue rec- i.ijaiilion of their records ns official in Sweden, regardless of any IAAP ruling regarding'.their world .sums. Although the - trio was barred Icr life, the Swedish Athletic As^ sociation already has planned steps lo reinstate them. Lt. col. Bo Lindman, head of the Athletic Board, revealed that the directors would send a proposal lo th c International Amateur Athletic Federation urging that any athlete found guilty of professionalism be given a chance to regain his amateur standing. "We feel that thc present penalties are too severe," Lindman said. Despite the board's action banning the trio from all national and international meets, including the Clympic Games, Lindman said he Twenty-eight of Ihe 48 slates if! believed all of Kaegg's world records woultl be accepted. legg set seven world's marks including 4:01.4 for thc mile and ):-13 fov 1,500 meters. Andersson who previously held the mile nmrk of 4:01.6 before Haegg broke it last July, holds the world mark of 2:5G.G for the three-quarter ipile. "It Pays to Advertise" SCOTT ALLEY SIGNS %£ IV. Fnnkttn Bt Kinds. the Union have iron or steel producing furnaces. mbled Alejo Don McNei/f Favored NEW YORK, March IB. (UP) — Don McNicll of Orange, N. J.. department as' h^ hu Russell of Argentina in a semifinal match last niRht. li-3, 6-1. 6-3, while Scgni'u advanced with a G-3, 0-3, 0-4 conquest of Bill Talbert made easier when a leg injury slow-, ed Talbcr. Ihe • Wilmington, Uel., star ranked second nationally. • \ In thc doubles championship match, a Segura-Russell team will; meet McNiell and Frank Guernsey o[ Orlando, Fla. : f^ead Courier News Want Ads. Radios Repaired Auto - Electric W* Pick Up and D«livrt Just Received! Electric Phonographs With Automatic Record Changer. 12 Ten Inch Records. Ten 12 Inch Records. $49.95 CITY RADIO REPAIR 124 East Main Phone 2407 too-good for the Dodgers to over- | n , haul. "You have to remember that all the other clubs arc stronger, oo," he pointed out. "Of course, he Dodgers dou't give nor they lon't ask quarter. AH I can say s that we will be in there to win ivery ball game." « Then he started talking about lis team. "I'm not worried alioul the catching with Mike Snndlock. nixie Howell and Don Padgett. I wish I had Luis Olmo .who jumped to the Mexican League) back "or Ihe outfield, but we'll get along without him. Billy Herman will be at third base, Reese nt short, probably Ed Stanky at second with Stan Rojek to spell him if necessary, and either Rack Graham, Eel Stevens or Howie Scluilt?, at first They'll do. "My pitching Is another thing. "And then I have Gene Hcr- manski. He is going to be a rea ball player. Right (now, Hcrmanski has woi the right field job over (he Bums beloved Walker. "It's up to Dixie now to got hin out of there and f don't Ihinl Dixie can do it," he said. He. had n lot lo say nbout sonv of liis other players, particular], praising Stanky, but you coul sec that as of lodoy Hcrmansk was thc apple of his eye. That was fov his club. But for the pennant, his only question mark seemed to be Benzley. itch In thc Navy, was slightly fnv- rcd to defeat Francisco Segura of Aiundor in the championship match f thc National indoor tournament oday. f McNicll showed mastery of every RADIO SERVICE Just Dial 3414 Craig Electronic Service Co. 1211 W. 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TIRES Phone 55,"!. ^ Walnut and Hromlway NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION On January 9, 194G, letters of administration upon the estate of Andrew Gulnn, deceased, were granted o the undersigned, Mamyc Guinn, whoso address Is Leachville, Arkansas. All persons having claims against said estate are required to exhibit the same to the administratrix. )roperly authenticated, within six months from the ctate of the first publication of this notice, or they will be forever barred and precluded from any benefits in such estate. Paled this the 2nd day of March, 194C. MAMYE GUINN, Administratrix. Claude F. Cooper Attorney for Administratrix. NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION On January 9, 194C, letters of administration upon the estate of P. H. Raspberry, deceased, were granted to the undersigned, Jolmle Etter Raspberry, whose address is Houtc 1 Blytheville, Arkansas. All persons having claims against the said estate are required to exhibit the same to the administr^- trix, properly authenticated, within. six months from the date of the flrsi; publication of this notice, or they will be fovcvcr barred and precluded from any benefits in such eslater'*jT. Dated this the 2nd day of March 1 , y' 1946. ' : Johnie Etter Raspberry, Administratrix, Claude P. Cooper - V Attorney for Administratrix. ' 314-11-18 Refrigerator Service OF ALL KINDS—CALL W. O. BLUE Phone 2918 or 2642 WRESTLING Legion Hut, Monday, March 18-8 p. m. Adults, 36p, Tax 9c—Total 45c. Rtserrcd Seats. l?c, Tax 3c—Total, loc. Children's Seats 12c, Tax 3c, Total, ISo. Reserved Seats on Sale at the Legion Arena Every Monday From 6 p> m, on T4G MATCH Roberts and Tourtas T8. Cozell and Ming A/so 2 One-Fall 30-Minute Matches . BILL COZELL vs. TED TOURTAS CHINO MING vs. RED ROBERTS DON'T WAIT!!! We Will Pay You The TOP CASH PRICE FOR YOUR CAR Drive In Todays-Get the Cash! 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