The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 25, 1946 · Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT BI/raiEVlLLE (ARK.) COURIKK NEWS JMONDAY, MARCH 25, ISM 6" White Gridders Defeat Maroons Chicks Drill Before Fans Her* Saturday At Haley Field The 1 Chicks played themselves a game at Haley Field Sat- tmtey . afternoon when the White squad qutscored the Maroons 24-0, ending the first week's program of spring training under their new coach, Bill Godwin. The score was not important. What really pleased the fans who s«t in the bleachers while the Chicks went through an hour and 20 min- TODAY'S SrOKT PARADE Pericles Seems Ready To Prove His Owner Didn't Pick Lemon BY OSCAR FRAI.KV United Press Sports Writer NEW YORK, March 22. (UP) — Tlie barns were quiet and the dust hung heavy at sleepy Belmont Park today but there was jubilation In the stalls of William Hells, the Golden Greek, because Pericles is Just about ready to drop that $CO,000 "Lemon" tag. Pericles and his proud owner have •waited two dreary years for a chance to prove Ihc handsome ct>lt was worth that young fortune. But always something happened and Pericles did nothing except beautify the barn, champing the bit Impa- ufee session of game scrimmage without a rest was the fad that the Chick backs arc readily taking to Ox' T formation and seem to be ready to begin their comeback in the Big 16 conference next fall. Saturday's session convinced oo- tervers that the first week's work of Godwin. Bynum and Mosley has borne fruit and that the Chicks, while 'they are a long, long way 'from the championship trail they traveled In 1940 and 1941, are not going to be pushed around with Impunity by other league members. The blocking and tackling was as to be expected at tills stage, but Ihc boys' are learning rapidly and by | the,.time spring drills close Friday this phase of the game should be jreitly improved. The work of several Chicks was reassuring. Dan Caldwell ran the quarterback slpt for white squad a great part 'of th»itime and looked good. In the Maroon backfleld diminutive Harold Traylor scampered all .over the place and gave notice that he will play a lot of football for,the Chicks next autumn. Jimmy Stafford's work at end for the Maroons must have brought Joy to the heart of Coach Godwin and BUly Bob Elliott at a guard position for the Whites wa's-Impresslvi. Fullback Berry Allen rammed Across the first touchdown for the White squad, scoring on a 15- yard run after the Whites had worked the ball Into scoring territory. The scond touchdown came after Harrison recovered a' fumbled lateral on the 20 yard line. Dm Caldweir passing to Dick Shanks for; a score. A few minutes later CaldweV JM!»ih % put the Whites in scoring Position'when he fired a pass to Freeman Jernigan 35 yards for a ilrst down on the Maroon 15. Berry Ajlen smacked the 1 line for firsi down, on th e five and Harrison t»n the'end for the touchdown. The Maroon squad came back mrith a drive, Jack Elliott pnsslnf to Stafford for a 25-yard gain am first down on the 15. Shanks turn •d the Maroon threat, however ipheh he recovered a fumble on the 1» yard line. The .Whites struck back for their ftoal score when R 1 . A. Friend passed 20 yards to - Stanley Hood TrtiO'topk the ball on the dead run and raced another 40 yards for the toUchdown, tiently through the two-year-old and three-year-old seasons In which he never went to Ihc post. There were many reasons why the proud son of Blenheim Il-Ilfsk never got his shot at the barrier. One of the best looking pieces ot horse flesh around the tracks, his body at first was too heavy for his slim legs. Then he picked up a nail and another time grabbed himself while breezing, so damaging hoof that it had to be cut away and n new hoof grown. The laugh during that 1943 season was on Hells, a multi-millionaire New Orleans oil man who hey blow liuoSci and Saddles for hat one. The Gray Lag Is worth only •30.000. wliii'h Is a fur cry from he colt's total debt. Hut if I'eri- cles comes Milling down In front just once with those blue and i'lille lU'lis *' Iks ' ' l wl " mean more o the si'iitlnii'iitiil oil man than •vny .slake he'll ever win. Snead Triumphs At Greensboro Comes From Behind To Take First Prize Money In Tourney Crackers Beaten n Two Contests Jersey City Pitching Proves Too Difficult; Other Games Played By United Press • The Atlanta Crackers were given full day olf Monday following T. double'defeat by the Jersey City 'jlants i at Onlnesvllle, Fla., Sun-1 lay. 9-1 and 4-3. ! Atlanta nllters foiiixl trlplc-A illchlnij dllliciiR to solve and were ible to obtain 'but five scattered singles lu the.first game and only six liiLs. including a double by Chnrlle Clock. In the 11-lnning nightcap. Shelby Klnncy, Bill Ayers and Rene Cortes were soundly thumped for 14 hits In the opener while Charles Bowles Earl McGowan, Forrest Thompson and Dewcy A,d- Tennessee Golf Meet Scheduled At Memphis Club NASHVI.LLE, Term., March 25. (UP)—The Tennessee Stale Golf tournament will be held Aug. 7-11 ill the Memphis Country Club, officials of the Stale Golf Association decided here yesterday. The iis-suclallon also will sponsor a junior tournament to be held at the fllchlniHl Country club here In connection with the State nigh School Ciolf competition. The association officials announced that a pro-amateur competition will be held Aug. 7. qualifying rounds on August 8, and match play on August D-10-11. The state tournament normally would have been Held at, Jackson this year under a rotating tiyslcn in effect before the war, but Jack- sellers. But Hells didn't think— and still doesn't believe—that 1'cr- icles was a dead head.. His racing expenditures, whlcli an: into several millions, started o' pay off last year as the Hells, lock farm color bearers finished ourth among the money winners, ncy carried off 49 events, look he place In 45 and showed In HO or a total of $379,150. That, didn't ven get the Golden Greek off the •look for 1945—and Pericles still waited Inconsolabty in the barn. With his spread branching out, Hells this winter put one of his racing strings In the hands of Frank Kcarns. one-time trainer, for Woolford Farms. That string Included Pericles and Kcarns slnrled putting the four-year-old through Ills pttces at the Hells Farm In Jobslown, N. J. They weren't too certain whether the handsgmc colt ever would reach the starting gate but Hells, who fusses over the colt as If ho wns a triple crown winner, insisted thai his baby be given another'chance. So Kcarns, a genial giant whom nature intended for n genial heavy- GUF.'BNSIiORO, N. C., Mar. 25 (U.I'J —Sanuny Sneiid labeled hi. golfing comeback a success today cmphasix.in^ that he has ro^aincc the ncrvelcs-s concentration tha every pro needs to win in thi clutch. The trim. bluck-br.Sred Vii'i;hiiar once one of the game's most 1 fa mous "blow up" players, captured the $7,500 Greensboro open yesterday with a rccord-lyinc 210 strokes, by making his greatest shots when lUe pressure wi\s on. The 0V and Cti he fired during yesterday's final 36 holes, to come from behind to take first money, reminded several of his fellow pros >f liyion Nelson, who played the lough ones the same way when he established his record-winning streak. Sncad's 72-hold total, 10 under par and six ahead of Herman Kciser or Akron, o., tied Ihc 19-10 tournament record set by Ben Hogan. Herman Darren of White Planes. N. V.. the leader at holes, soared to a 73 and 77 to lake 15th place as Kciser fired 08 and fili-270. Lloyd Mangium of Los Angeles finished third with 09-70—279 while Jimmy Demarel Hnuston, Tex., posted a 73-71 tt lie for fourth place at 2f)2 strokes with Jim Fcrrier (if Chicago, who fired i\ 7'i and 08 ycslrrday. Three players lied for si\lh at 283 strokes, Clayton Hcafncr, charlotte. 70-09; Chandler Harper, Portsmouth, Va.. 00-15, and Orville White, Winston Salem, N. C., kins were touched for 11 in the second game. Kinney and Adklns wer ( , charged wllli Ihe losses. Lloyd Gcarhart led the Crackers in hitting in Ihc first game with two safe blows and Red MathLs and Sal Perrara duplicated this In the second game. A four-run rally In the eighth inning by the Minneapolis Millers of , thp American Association sent the Mobile Hears down in defeat 4-2 in an exhibition game at Mobile. Each team collected eight continued to show lack of strcngll at the plale, Second baseman Bod- by Heal and shortstop Johnny LII- kon were the only chicks who coul( produce more than one hit In. tw triumphs over Shi eveport of the \ [leers Zuban Matman To Be Teamed With Welch Ted Toiirtas, the wiry lilllc Cu- Jan who niajle his debut here last week, is back again tills week teamed with Ihc famous Fioy Welch of .lie Oklahoma wrestling Welches. 1'ourtas and Welch arc to grapple wllli Red Roberts and Floyd Byrd in a tag match in Promoter Mike Meroney's weekly mat show at the American Legion Arena tonight. Tourtas is a handsome, well-built Texas League. Tli c Chicks downed one Shrcvcporl squad 4-3 at Hcn- fcat j'lerson, Tex., and defeated another J5-:) at Shreveport. 1 The Nashville Vols, training at Mjicon, Ga., played 3-3, four-inning, and C-3, five-inning intra- squad games while reports circulated among the 70-odd candidates thnt manager Lurry Gilbert would i begin priming his squad on Wed- son withdrew its invitation yesterday when a number of associatioi officials expressed desire to hav the first post-war tournament played on a major golf course of the slate. The tournament was held a Nashville the last three years be cause of ils cenlral location in lh< slate. George Trcadwell, Memphis, wa elected association president at yes terday's meeting. The following of were reelected: Roy Moore will, ft™'c e rrT"to "but one''^ 1 «• ™* «"«««" «»"«««r of the the Millers. At New Oilcans, pitcher ,71m New Shea's triple with three on in' the Chicago Cubs, Jack sheehan, was to confer with Gilbert today. killful wrestler. Ji e can take lots I punishment and dish out just i little more than ho takes. Teamed .•itli the veteran Welch their corer will look very formidable. Roberts, the villain, got roughed round quite a lot last week at the lands of Hlg Bill Cozell. If lie's lot real caH-ful the same thing nay happen to him this week, (owever, Byrd Is no newcomer at he game and works well with Rob- 01 ts as evidenced by their appearances together In the. past. Thc first preliminary gets started promptly at 8 p.'". w'ith tilosc old enemies Welch and Roberts In opposite corners. Tourtus and Uyrd will work each other over in the second. These preliminaries will be the usual one fall 30 minute time limit matches. Meroncy will be the official through the entire bout. •Wclcii and Roberts are both good drawing cards, since they arc matched against each other, they're even better. These old favorites are tpectcd to pack Ihc house to the mil. ii • f ^ssao RITZ THEATRE Manila/ Ark. ^ Open at S:00, Show Starts at S:1V Memphis, first vice - president Keith Short, Jackson, second vice president; and Bob Rule, Nashville, secretary-treasurer. HEADACHE C.p.di MlKtcd lairt sixth inning game Ihc New Orleans Pelicans a l>-3 win over the Birmingham Barons. Sam Maddox. who preceded Shea on the mound for the Pels, received credit for the win while Ben Satterfield was charged with the loss. The Chattanooga Lookouts pushed over two runs in the last of the ninth inning to defeat St. Paul of the American Association 8-7 at Cocoa, Fla. The Lookouts pounded three SI. Paul pitchers for 13 hits whi>- Hadley and Anderson gave up 10. In a game at Biloxi. Miss., which was called at the end of the seventh Ihe Little Rock Travelers scored five times in the [ourth inning and added four more in the fifth to whip a Kccsler Field Army flingcr. The Memphis chicks tucked away two more: exhibition victories, but BALT LAKE CITY (UP>—When Virgil L. Merry left his service station and went to lunch, he didn't know how much his noontlm sindwlch was going to cost him. ~He left" : '"the cash drawer unlocked. While Kerry was gone $29.39 was stolen from the drawer weight, began working on Pericles with patient persistence. The results have been more than gratifying. "Right now he is In advanced form," Kearns said after the colt breezed today in the- cool morning air. "H e did three 'quarters In 20. which is very gratifying and he looks real. well. That's a real colt, that Pericles, and if he ever starts going he's coins to be mighty haul to stop." Kearns thinks deep down Inside Hint even as an inexperienced maiden at four years of age, the handsome "Lemon" might develop into a real peach. They'll give him his first chance in the Gray l^ag Hadlcap at Jamaica on May 4. a mile and one-eighth run foi three year old .and up, and only the injury jinx which has kepi him ill the barns two racing years \vil" stay (he colt from the post when 73-72. Sncari's victory .was his second in a row on the winter circuit, having won a week ago at Jacksonville, and his second in this ournamcnt. Tls first Greensboro .riutnph was in 1038. Hie year the ournanient was started and when the Hot Springs. Va.. power-liitter was rated one of the greatest .;olfing prospects of all-time. G'nltiriido Like AmTcs CURAY. Col. (U.P.I—When An- [onio Portnra.s. of hima, Peru, visited tills southwestern Colorado town on an engineering; study tour he said Ihc country .surrounding it struck him as the most pleasant he had seen in the United States because it reminded him ot Ihc native South American Andes. DIGGING AT YOUR SCALP WONT HELP Get rcul help for dry itchy stvilp wilh Moidlino Hair Tonic. 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