The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 28, 1944 · Page 6
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BLYTHEVULE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAYY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1944 /*l • i u>r -iT '-T -* ' " Chicks To Face Big, Fast Back Stancil, Parkin Ace, Tips Scales At 190 And.Charges Hard The Blythevllle Chicks, making their: secoh'd: start of the season, have their work nil cut out lor them when they tangle with the lough night. Parkin Tigers here Friday It* DOPE BUCKET BY J. P. ntlKND They must devise ways and means or stopping one.Hal Stancll. a big, hard charging halfback, and work, out a plan to."'consistently, .break through the: 175-pound Bengal wall before they can hope for victory. Earl Sforie, who wns on hand last week \vhen ttie Tigers handed the not-so-weak Forrest City Mustangs a 19-0 defeat, reported to Conch Arvll Green that the Chicks are expected to have "their hands plenty full stopping Coach Clarence Bell's strong outfit. Stone, older brother of Elmer Stone, tribal csptntn and center in 1941, who saw service with Pine Blutf during his playing days, was loud in his praise of this boy, Stencil. . : " - Must Ik Slopped • •"He is a great back", Stone reported. "He is by far their chief threat and spearhead. If he can lie .stopped, then the Tigers can be checked. Unless he is taken care of, I am afraid the Chicks nrc In for another bleak everting. He runs hard, and I do mean hard. He puts everything he has In his 190 pound; when he'' smacks the line. Forrest City wasn't able tq take the puntah- hient he and the big line in Iront of htm dealt.out. . 'Coach Bell, former Ouachlta College great, has built his (orwarc wall around 'oharlcs Thomas am John Blake, tackles who weigh a least ?OCi pounds apiece, allhougl they we're listed only 190 and 185 .respectively, on the program. Am they are good, too. John Hanner, a converted guard, looked might good at end, as dtd the othe wingmaii; Shaver." • Operating behind the famed T formation, thei Tigers finished sec ond to MurXed Tree In the stron Northeast Arkansas Conference Ins year. They lost only one game, t HAS ADDK1) TALENT Fgr $01110 time I have known that Major p. <Dlck) Tipton Is well fortified w(tl> an abundance of varied talent, There are few stunts he con't pull on the gridiron. Ihe basketball court, and the baseball ond Softball diamonds. He wields a the champions, bill also "defeated them during the season. The In- lans finished ahead on points, avlng played more games. Works Chirks Overtime Expecting even a harder game liau with Cariithcrsvlllc, Coach Irccn has driven his charges at terrific pace this week and the esulls have been gratifying. They avc brushed up considerably with ielr fundamentals, u feature so otieeably weak against the MIs- ouri Tigers. The tribal chieftain has hlgl lopes of being able to use sev- rnl of the boys who are on the in- Irmary list and had a qucsllot unrk beside them. It looks as I! larvey (Cotton) Pouo will be ii air shape; also Joe Nell Ratclitl lininy Stafford and David Sylvcs cr, who have been bothered will 'nrlous aliments. Presence of (hi, rpmiiet will bolster the Chicks chances for victory. The overhead attack hns bcei given an overtime rehearsal durln .he lengthy sessions this week, In Heating a generous use of the pas offense. Joe Ferguson mny get tins start Ing call over John Bruce Wilso at left end, Making his first stai at the terminal, following a yea at fullback, young Wilson did not measure up to Green's standards and was relegated to the second string. U will be the first starting assignment for Ferguson who was one of the brightest potential basketball stars on the cago scnmd last Fall. He can hnng on to passes. A dress rehearsal is set for tonight under UTO lights. ne tennis racket, can swim and ivc like a professional and cuts mean rug. But until this week wasn't aware of a hidden, veil oncctilcd talent. He packs u l»lv Boston Defeats Brownies, 4-1 i Detroit Holds Lead Thanks To Hurling Of Hal Newhouser lly United Trcsi; As far'as tho St. louls Browns aro concerned, the rain that delayed both the scheduled afternoon game nml the iiighl event, should have BERLOU 10 Year Guaranteed Moothproofing Protects CLOTHING—RUGS—FURNITURE— DRAPES—BLANKETS—etc. Ask for the schedule of reasonable prices. . f vibrant vocal chords, no doubt fitting thorn from his mother, Hel- who possesses ons of the finest Inglng voices In this neck of the roods. To net what I mean, tune n on his latest V-mall: "I have been running nil ovci mis singing "How «re They Going To Keep Them Down on the Fftrnv ftcr 'Ihcy Have Seen Gay I'uree" "Ferried smno French 'big shots' iver and upon arriving they gave iieilie keys to the city. So, 1 came, I *nw, 1 "dood it". Sb-o-o-o. after cpuning all the wine cellars I could with the keys, l cnmc on ip to Jiinmlc's outfit., where I now am. "Going back In a day or so and vlll write you details nbout my most interesting trip. , "Give my regards to all and let me hear from you— and 1 don't mean through the "Dope Bucket." I'll bet the or boy did have a fine time in Pnrcc, clont you? ACH IIOM.S IN The phone rang about 0:15 Fri- dny night, It hadn't made the welkin ring all day and I knew who vvus culling, when the gravel- throated voice on tho other out blurted without introduction: "Say, what's the chance ot a guy get- ling In the game tonight," my hunch was sustained. Immediately I recognized Captain Ace Puckett. Without, betraying I told him that "Annie Oakley'' had gone 01 ii Indefinite vacation anil it iretty hard to got press passes n v more. I <vent Into a song an lance that the prlco had bcci vhnckcd to a mere halt buck, ptu a thin dime- 'tax, and almost any one could scrape up that much I ]>ey wanted to see the game. Who I added, "besides, they don't, at ow Captains, only service men, co Its exclusive" he kne\v tho Jig wn up. "Who told you I was here?" h asked, as it \ djdn't know. He was calling from Einest Ha sell's Rustic Urn .and wns so sm I would take oh a cliolce steak h n already had given the order i ho dialed. Some, people are kept coming down. HUDSON V I Cleaner—Tailor—Clothier ' GUARANTEED TIRE RECAPPING! 24 Hour Service Also—Vulcanizing «nd Tire Repair WADE COAL CO. N. Hwy. 61 CEILING PRICES Phone 2291 iopes Ijy taking the Chicago White 0x 7'to 2. Now three games be- Iml the league-leading Tigers, the Vcw Yorkers 'move onto St, Louis oday for the opening of a four- ame scries. • < The Cleveland Indians overwhelmed the Washington Senators to 4 as Lou Boudreau socked ils way Into the American League jailing leadership. Tlso young player-malinger got .hi'co hits and raised his average ,0 .328, Earl Henry, hurled Ills first major league game and his first victory for Cleveland. In the National League lirooklyn Dodgers squeezed out a to 'I victory over the champion St. Papooses Set For Tilt With Osceo/o Team "Pop" Masley's Blytheville Junior High Pa|Moses get their first test of the new season 'tomorrow night nt Osceola when they tangle with the Semlnolc Juniors. The opening klckoff Is set for 8 the o'clock under the arcs at Halo PiuW. Anxious to get a line on his .. , .... , ..._ _ ..... ... .. group of youngsters before the first I.ouls Cardinals behind the pitch-' game with Jonesboro, Oct. 11, the Had rain cancelled the night game tlie Brownies would stand Just half a game out of the league lead. But the rain slopped mxl the Boston lied Sox trounced the Browns 3 to 1 behind tho pitch* inj ol George Woods and Frank Barrett. As n result, the Brownies nrc now "a full gnme behind tho rst pli\ce Tigers. The Bosox got one run in tin idling frame to take the lead oslcm batsmen brought In n pni i the sixth whllo St. Louis got its lone run In the eighth, just be ore Boston drove in one more in ie nlnlli. ' . , The Detroit Tigers downed the 'hlladolphtn Athletics, earlier In 1C day 4 to 0 hehtnd the pitching. f southpaw -Hal Newhouser. The Ictory was number 28 for the tollnr hurlcr. Twice the AthWtics threatened o ruin Newliouscr's record and w»;o lie coupled skillful hurling vith the power of his. teammates it bat to stnve off defeat. At Chicago the New York Yankees kept alive their faint pennant Ing of rookie Clyde King, Eldred llycrly was nanicd (or the loss. On their home field the Boston Braves blasted the Pittsburgh Pirates 4 to 3 despite the iact that the lines rapped put 12 hits while the Braves garnered only seven. Th,e Chicago Cubs downed the luckless Philadelphia Phillies behind the (Inc relief hurling of lied Lynn. r>ynii took over the mount In the eighth to replace Paul Erickson. Bill Lee took the loss for Philadelphia. Ami in, New York the Cincinnati r<e<ls piled on the battered Yprk Giants to score an i o I victory and give Uucky Wai his 23vc| triumph of the sca- ou. Walters now Is ahead of Mori Cooper of.-the Cards by one vic- ory for lop honors In the National "e u wher so psychic! Ace had driven Mary Faith, his her frlond, Rose slopped off. at Joiner and watched ils former Shawnce proteges take a 17-0 drubbing from Lepimto. cnd- ng a winning homo streak Uml extended over eight full seasons. But Ace took into conslderatlor ,hut It was the tribes' first game and should Improve. He was Impressed with the looks of the teanv Hint unusual evenness of size, ol the boys, their natty, new uniforms and snkl he was glail that local school officials continue. to ge tlio best equipment, "You can't get equipment.^hnl Is Ico good, the boys ilcservo that niupli, nt least. I credit much of tho low casualty record of football players here to that one fact." Civpltiln Puckett had just returned from n trip to Krance when he was • scut 'to the Foster Genera^ Hospital, Jackson, Miss., for a uhys- leal checkup. He was pronounced okay. ';. '"^ He Is to send me a, detailed reV port of thn French voyage hi' n Baseball Standings AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Pet it. Louis ••: 103 47 00 87 Pittsburgh- Unclnhntl' IiiciiRO .-• ............. U New York ...... . ...... 65 Boston ............ '. . . 61 Brooklyn , ............ 61 Philadelphia CO 63 70 85 88 8D 59 91 NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Detroit 80 G4 St. Louis 85 'tlpooso Chieftain suggested the ;u|uc to Miss Warren Foster, Jim- or director of athletics, who ar- anged for the game with Csceola's :oncl>, Homer Bourns. The Semln- ilo mentor explained that Osceolu did not sponsor a junior team but H'Oinlscd to assemble a formidable earn from his reserve list I'icka Starters After experimenting with his untried lads for two weeks, 'Pop' UBS decided on his probable start- Ing lineup for tills contest. Unless lie makes a last minute change which doesn't appear likely, he will open U\ the line with Don Ilucy and Harvey Eaton at the ends Gerald Reagan and Don Besliarsc tackles; Billy Braccy and Billy Boj Elliott, tackles and R. B. Hodge over the ball. For the backfieli Jack Elliott will be at the block ing back slot; Dickie Greemvel and Billy Wayne McFarland, halve. and Mose Simon, fullback. For tho most part this team I compose^ of boys just barely o .teen age who have played little— .600-if an v football, other than siuid .580 lot. Several came out last vea Louisville Defeats i St. Paul For Title * ST. PAUL-, Minn., Sept. 28.(UP) —The Louisville Colonels have captured the American Association championship. •fhe colonels took their fourth straight game ovcr tne st ' 1>aul Saints in a final playoff series which saw tho Saints drop every single event. , The last game turned into a tching duel between Deutsch for e colonels and Rudolph fpr the ilnti. in tho nonth, Slmonds re- eved Deulsch and was himself placed by Clark. Tauscher re- laccd Rudolph on the mound 101 t. Paul. Both teams scored one run in the list frame and failed to score again until the ninth. The Colonels then drove in a pair while holding the Saints to a single run. V New York Boston . Cleveland Chicago . Philadelphia 83 75 12 GO 68 Washington . C2 .493 .433 .-107 .407 .393 .Pet. .513 .553 .500 .480 .460 .453 .413 Grossnwu of Joiner, over for (ho Carutliewllle-Chick gamjj a ll d had only a few hours to spend before returning to Forrest City. He was scheduled to Ictxvo Memphis Salur* day for Fovt George Meado, Md., where he Is stationed as a con^ voy officer. DKFRATS HMGl'lT TRIP After two years absence, Ace was as thrilled ns a kid with his first football. He was all eyes and ears, seeing everyone whoin he had known when he was n member of tho local school faculty and coach of the Juniors, not to mention as- sistant'to Coach Carney Laslie. He couldn't be still a moment, even during Ihe game, constantly jumping up to greet friends as they passed by or came Into the press box to exchange "hollos. 1 Naturally, Ace was disappoint" over the Chick loss, incldontly. I was his second such experience of the day. Enroute to BIylheville ne letter soon. . Yesterday's Results AMERICAN LEAGUE Detroit 4, Philadelphia 0. New York 7, Chicago 3, Cleveland (i, Washington 4. Boston 4. St. Louis 1. NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn 3, St. Louis 2. • Cincinnati 0, New York 1. Pittsburgh 4, Boston 3. Chicago 5, Philadelphia 3, 11 innings. THIS SUIT WILL it there was no one available t ach them and no games playc< Others to make the trip include on Bunch, Lucien Coleman, Lou avis, R. A. Friend, Henry Mi! orn, Eugene O'Bryant, Haro raylor, Joe Lynn Wheat ar 'onagor Richard Lott. Don't Neglect Slipping FALSE TEETH Do false teeth drop, slip or wabble when you talk, cat, laugh or sneeze, Don't be annoyed and embarrassed by such handicaps. FASTEETH, an nlkiillno (non-acid) powder to sprinkle on your plates, keeps false teeth more firmly sot, Gives confident feeling of security and added comfort. No gummy, gooey, pasty taste or feeling. Get FASTEETH today at any drug store. 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