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SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1950 Vic Wertz s Big Bat Keeps Tigers Hot on Yanks' Heels Ask the average man "who is Vic Werta?" and you draw a blank star*, Yet thlg «' of the Detroit Tigers could wind up the moat valuable player in th« Amer- a powerfully built 25-year-oldster from York, pa., is the Ijig POW«r of the nnram mi"minrf afr tlio linAlc* nf I u« M rt ... v«.,i, v i - BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS 1 •0in League, Tigers, once again nipping at the heels of the New York' Yankees. Only one behind Boston's Vcrn» , _ —.,.,.. — Stephens with. 46 runs batted in, Wertz Is tlic right fielder of aj\ outfield called the 1 best in bnseball, Hoot Evers In left, Johnny Groth In center and Wertz form the r e a | strength of the Betrojt p|^b, hacking up a fine pitching slaff. As they go, so go the thumped the Phil, adelphia A.'.s in both ends of a, twilight-night double header, 8-2 and lfl-5. Werts and. EJVQrs werp the big outfield guns. Vic drove home five runs lii tlie first game, three his sijcth homer, and knocked In two m.ore in the second—seven for the night. Evers slashed A's pitching for five hits. Including a pair of double and a homer. Groth chipped JU with a homer in the second game. F ~ Yanks Lose 6-5 The Yankees' afternoon leas to Chicago, 6-5, in 12 innings, enabled the Tigers to gain grgund. Now they're two games back. Rae Scarborough, Eddie Robinson »nd Marv Rlckert, all recent actniU •Itloni, helped the White Sox up•et th« Yanks. Scarborough, making his first start since the big trade with Washington, went all the way. Robinson, another former Washington player, hit a homer and drove In the tie-breaking runs with a 12th Inning double off loser Vic Saschl. Back at Fenway Park, the much- maligned Boston Red Sox mnde quick work of Cleveland's Bobby Feller. The Sox scored six in the first Inning enrollte to an 11-3 romp behind Joe Dobson. Feller walked five men, the first thre« In a row. He also yielded a double to Al Zarllla and a single to Dom DIMaggio before he left with two out. Ditaster hit the Washington club' in a double loss to St. Louis and • flock of serious Injuries. Outfielder Gil Coan suffered ft skull fracture when he collided with the leg of Owen Friend, St. Louis Infielder, «!ldlnj into «oond base. He'll be lost'"for' at least '•'&' month. Dick We Ik, Mickey Grasso and Sam Mele of the Senators and Billy J»*Mars of the Browns were forced ta withdraw during the doubleheader. Dodgera Win J-l Tile cellar-bound Brownies mauled Washington pitchers for 12 hits In • 10-5 twilight victory behind Al Widmar. Then they slaughtered Lloyd Hlttle and two successors, 9-3, In the night game. In the National, Brooklyn bounc- td. back to regain the undisputed lead on an 8-1 victory over St. LouU, Don Newcombe, knocked out In the second Inning of his last etart, allowed the Cards only five hlt«. Harry Brecheen was the loser. Jim Russell. Duke Snider and Billy Cox hit homers for the Brooks In » game delayed >n hour and •even minutes, because of rain. Marty Marlon's homer In the second was the only St. Louis nin. Pittsburgh snapped its nine-game losing streak, longest in II years, with the help of Halph seiner's 10th homer, edging Boston, 5-4. Rookie Bill MacDonald-the lost pirate winner May 23, got them back on the trail with a five-hitter. Willie (The Knuck) Ramsdell walked four straight Giants In the ninth, forcing home the winning run, as New York nipped Cincinnati, 7-«. The scheduled Philadelphia at Chicago day game was rained out. IN THE CHANCERY COURT CIIICKASAWBA DISTRICT MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. J|Mice Crockett Fletcher,...Plaintiff " vs. No. 11.282 Leonard E. Crockett, et al Defendants WARNING ORDKR The defendants, Mrs. Napoleon M. Crockett and Mrs. Elgcrnon E. Crockett, are hereby warned to appear in the Chancery Court of the Chickasnwba District o[ Mississippi County, Arkansas, within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Alice Crockett Fletcher, filed 'against them In said court. Case No. 11,282, and upon their failure to do so, said complaint will be taken as confessed. Witness my hand as clerk of the Chancery Court of the Chickasawba District. Mississippi County, Arkansas, and the sen! of said court this 2nd dsy of June, 1950, HARVEY MORRIS Clerk. 6;3-10-17-24 Pro Grid Merger Completed With Draft of 140 A AC Players 190-Pounders Booked for Mat Feature There'll be a change in scenery ing A For ay night, weeks and weeks boys, 2QO lioutlrfs anrt \ij), have been performing on the Legion's Memorial Auditorium mat card but Monday night the small fry, junior heavyweights, take over. Monday night's card will be an a|l 150-pound affnir with Elmer Davis and newcomer Albert Lee taking on Floyd Byrd and Mickey Baarnes In the tag match feature of the Legion's wrestling bouts. Each of the tour wrestlers on Monday night's card will weigh less than 195 pounds, which Is somewhat of a rarity in this locality. This will be the first appearance here for-Lee, who Is reported to be one of the better smnll wrestlers in the South, it will also mark the return of Baarnes, who hasn't appeared here as a ring performer in - number of years. Two one-fall preliminary bouts also are on the card, with Byrd meeting Davis and Lee meeting Baarnes. .., -,„„- „ BKKNSTKtN PHILADELPHIA. June 3. (I The National Footbjll League competed a flrsft of HO plnyer«. last remnants of the now de/unot A1U America Conference, nnd today the )3 ch|b owners hope to m«ke HI Uieir minds on whether to perm! ait all-star game. The owners, together with their conches, met for nearly 12 hour: yesterday—most of the time divvy ters at AAC teams that quit pro the big ball after the two leagues merged Lloyd Mangrum Leads in Rich Fort Wayne Open FORT WAYNE, Ind., June 3. m —Lloyd Mangrum of Chicago was In the lead today as the $15 000 Fort Wayne Open oolf tournament went into the third round. Because he knew how to play the wind yesterday, Mangrum' had a three-stroke lead with 67-67-134. A breeze sweeping over the Orchard Ridge Country club reached 35 miles an hour at times. In the best position to move In of Mangrum faltered were Cary MIddlecoff of Ormoiid Beach, Pla., and Ed. Oliver of Kenmore Wash with '• 137. MiddlecoJf, first-round leader with 66, faded to par 71 yesterday. Oliver had 67-70. Pour contenders bettered themselves with 68's in the second round Jo* Klrkwood, Jr., of Hollywood, Calif., and Norman Von Nida of Sydney, Australia, moved into a tie for fourth place at 138. Marty Pur- go! of Albuquerque, N. M., and Jim Ferrier or San Francisco had the other three-under-par rounds. Jim Demaret, or ojai, Calif.. Masters champion, withdrew with a sprained wrist after takim- 75 in the first round. ike WiHiams Wins Bout with Felton DETROIT, June 3 --</!>)—Lightweight Champion Ike Williams awaited "next" on his list, today and only hoped it'd be as ensy as the back-tracking Lester Felton he chased for 10 rounds here last night. welterweight cago round and three solid Fcllon, touted as a contender, didn't win landed no more than blows. Boos far outnumbered blows, but that was no fault of Williams. He tried his utmost to make a right of it. Felton wouldn't stand still more than once. Then ho hit the floor. A crowd of 14,292 paid a grois of S35.520 to see the contest, which would have been rated a washout by any standard. Felton ran backward; Williams ran forward. And last Jannaiy. The AAQ had. been In existence for five years. Before diaftlng began, the NFL accepted jaines Breui), fgrmer owner of the AAO's Buffalo Bills as part owner of (lie - Cleveland Browns. The proposal for a nro bowl game between all-stars of the NFL's American and National Divisions may come up for final consideration todny, It will take affirmative action by 11 of the 13 owners to approve anv plan. The draft of surplus talent from the three defunct AAC franchises- Los Angeles Dons, Chicago Hornets and Buffalo—helped strengthen the weak links in the newly organized 13 team circuit. Baltimore Gels Mutryn NFIj Commissioner Bert Bell presented a draft plan that allowed the Inst place Baltimore Colts of the IBM AAC and the NFL's cellar dwelling New York Yanks to draw Baltimore, which had the lowest percentage of any team In" both cagues, fished first and drew out hard running diet Mutryn. PlayInK for Buffalo In 1949, Mutryn ranked second In rushing In the AAC. New York grabbed another of last season's top AAO performers In George Taliafero. the former Indiana Hoosicr who had lugged the pigskin for the Los Angeles Dons Taliafero ranked seventh In totnl offense. Bo McMillin, the »ray haired coach of Detroit's Lions, came up with a first rate back in Bob (Hornchy) Hoernschemeyer, a pro- tege of McMillln's when he coached at Indiana University. Hoernschemeyer, fifth in total offense with the Chicago Hornets lust year Is added to H team that already has the year's top college rookies, Doak Walker. ex-SMU ace, and Leon Hart. Notre Dame all-America. Bears Choose. Davis and Dobbs George Halas selected Harper Davis, former Los Angeles back as his number one choice and later added the Dons' Olen Dobbs onetime Tulsa flash who says he is tired of playing single wing and b anxious to show his wares In the "T" formation. The NFL champion Pmladelphtn tagles, drawing last In the draft, discovered at the last minute that' Oklahoma's Linden Pearson wns eligible for pro ball and named him In the first round. .,, I 'Y'? nc " her " rst round choice the Washington Redskins took Jim Spa,V ?,!!'" cr Geor ee Preston Mar- snail didn't hold onto the former ?^^° m " A ??'? »<* very long. He Sports Roundup HUGH FUI.l.EKTON' JR. NEW YORK, June 3. - L»ne, the White Sox general -Frank manager, gets positively lyrical when he - the way Buoky Harris Ims handled, his youjif Washington piny era. , • . That's what mnrtc it possible for B|icky to trnde away .- Robinson nnd Ray Scarbor- PliSI), I4"e explains. "We started wafting on the trnde in February but Bucky couldn't let them go be- CiUlso they wpre the only nros on ^'' ook| S'" • •••• 2 his club.", ., Anrt by Iron Italian, °{-i , , ,, £ Frank Indices that . "Lpllipop" ''"""tdpl'lu 2 Oorriden will use the samn mn.ii.. ??•?«»' 2 Oorriden will use the samo genl'lc methods. . - . "Bucky told me he never bawls out a bad baseball ulny- er; it just makes them worse," says Laue. "We're trying to build up our ba|) "Hlb and It doesn't help a young player to bawl him out Ttioy're bound, to ,na.k 0 mistakes." . . Lime slopped long enough to consider Jack Onslow's more virile methods, then continued: "J think maybe Harris Jins j,Is kid* playing over their heads. I hope so because we want to beat them out." 8nd Uckle Jo "" Walt ed. Coach back Jerry md Joe Stydahar shipped Cowhig and ends Bob Kcane to the Chl- In exchange for " —~ — ...".o in cAvnange 10 Bob Reinhard. the California tackle that Chicago drew first in the draft. that was about all of It. Williams got the fight postponed three times, once because of a hand injury and twice because of a respiratory ailment. Alter lost night's affair, people wondered why ike was ever afraid. Williams weighed In at 14414 against Felton's 144. Consistency Note After the William and Mary foot- iall lea:n Invaded Texas last September and barely squeaked through to a H-13 victory over HoitMw U. Ooach'Athlejic Dlrecipr n\ibe Mc- Oray groaned: "Deliver me from this country |n September. "We'll never play ball In this kind of heat again." . . since then w&M lias scheduled ennies against Oklahoma at Norman, Okla,, In September. 1951, and Texas at Austin in September, 1953. . , . The fans are wondering If Arizona doesn't have an open date for '52. Sportsmentton "home" club golfer In the National Open at Merlon next week will be Jack Houdry, a sweet- swinging young amateur wlio could disturb the pros for a round or two. . . . Tom Lleb's Alabama track team, unbeaten in dual competition this season. Ims no seniors and only three Juniors among Its point-scorers. . . . The Harlem Globetrotters will visit North Africa alter they end their European tour tills month. . Nick Kcrbawy, the Detroit ns tub-thumper, moans that he'll have to add a dczen pages to his team brochure this year to list the honors won by Leon Hart, Doak Walker, Bobby Layne and Joe Watson. . . George Saner has traveled some 4,000 miles since taking over as Baylor football coach and hasn't gone outside the state of Texas Mast Texans will merely ask: "wfw should he?" When Weak End Tookic Gilbert, who got {50,000 to sign with the Giants, was playing at Erie, Pa., a few years ago the kid who played next to him was getting $200 a month—and no bonus. . . . -one "Yankee" doing okay In the south Is Tom Bishop of Pittsburgh, who scored 404 points for tlie Mississippi Southern basketball team last winter and hit 353 for the baseball team this spring . . . And it gag around Chicago fs that Tom Haggerty, who took his basketball coaching talents from there to New Orleans, drove back to his old haunts with a trailer bearing a big arrow and a sign- "To Loyola of the South.- Godwinites Drub Maloney Nine 18-6 The Godwin Sporting Goods nine of the Blythevllle Y's Junior Base- onll League smothered Maloney park 18-6 In a league game played ni Little Park yesterday. Godwin's ace Bob Childress, pilch TI""T . . a n four-hitter against the The Los Angeles Rams also trad- riv «' Male .ley team, chlldrcss also 1. Coach .!„. QI,,—... .... _.. p| ayc( i tt msjor ro]e at th(j p[ato smashing two home nms In three times at bat. His teammnte, Robcr Birmingham, also homered twice Lefty Leon Privett hurled for Ma loney and also smashed a horn orn rim and balled in three of his team- six runs. Special 0 Election Due (o Ihe resignation of Commander Shivlty, (moving (o Memphis) (hftrc will lie a nominating committee appointed Tuesday, June 6th. All interested in (he Legion to be sure lo be present at 8 p.m. DUDCASON POST 24 Paul Mahon, Arij. Adults 50c—Children 15« BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING Monday, June 5 8:15 p.m. TAG MATCH £!mer Davis & Albert Lee Versus \ Ffoyd Byrd & Mickey Baornes Also 2 1-Fall 30 Minute Matchts Byrd vs. Davis Lee vs. Baarnes LOANS CARS, TRUCKS Real Estate & FIIA United Insurance Agency A. F. (Dee) Dietrich, Mjrr. 1st * M.ln—Kt.r Cllj l)m[ Bljrthevlllc, Ark. FOR SALE Bargain! Bargain! Bargain! TRUCK $275 Hauling Cotton Choppers MS EAST MAIN MIRRORS RESILVERED Satisfaction Guaranteed Blythtvillt Gloss & Paint Co. Phone 67Jfi U. of A. Begins Bond Sale for Addition Of 5,100 Seats to Razorback Stadium Little Rgck '.,,. , a Chicago . Pittsburgh New York Cincinnati NATIONAL r,E,VGUK W I. U 15 15 17 \1 2-1 31 27 Pot. Chevrolets Tie Jaycees 70-70 In CSL Game . S3 . 23 „., ,„,.(,.. •005 six Jul) Innings to n 10-10 tie (n a A.MKH1CAN New York .. Detroit . ., Hoston Cleveland . Washington Chicago . .. Philadelphia St. Louis .... LKAOdK \\ I. 11 12 IB 18 20 H'' 26 11 25 ,541 .514 .415 .400 .288 I'd, .711 .661 .581 .526 .487 .308 .350 .300 Yesterday's Resulls Smillim] Assodullnn New Orleans 7. Nashville 3. oilier Ennics postponed. National I.rngue Brooklyn 8, St. Louis 1. New York 7, Cincinnati C. Pittsburgh 5. Boston 4. Philadelphia at Chicago, rain. American Lcajiie Chicago 6, New York 5 lllngs), Detroit 8-10. Philadelphia 2-5. St. Louis 10-9, Washington 5.3. (12 Today's Games Southern Aisoclrulon Birmingham al Memphis, night Mobile at Chattanooga, night New Orleans nt Nashville, night, National League Brooklyn at St. Louis. Boston at Pittsburgh. Philadelphia at Chicago. New York at Cincinnati. American League Chicago at New York. (2). Cleveland at Boston. Detroit at Philadelphia. St. Louis nt Washington. • Terry Refuses Kentucky Offer PINE BLUFF, Ark., Junue 3—</p) —George Terry said today he has turned down a University of Ken- lucky offer and will remain' here as head coach at Pine Blufl High School. He had been considering an offer to become an asisUint to Kentucky's Coach Paul Bryant. Terry lias been head coach here since 1946. Baldwin and Pipkin Picked in NFL Draft PHILADELPHIA, June 3. Wl _ Two former University of Arkansn.-, football players have been picked up by clubs of the National Footba League In a draft of talent from the defunct former All-Amcrlci Conference teams. They are end Allon Baldwin, formerly of Buffalo, tnkcn by Grew Bay, and bnck Boyce Pipkin, for mcrly of Los Angeles, picked by De trait. Our Telephone Number 4438 She (ton Motor Co. PAGE FIVB Tlie Nelson nnd the Sulllvan- Chcvrolcta bnttled through Project to Cost $150,000; Work Will Start Soon FAYKTTEVILI,E, Ark,, June 3. Construction of over "« w s f ts , oil Lho west 'W'orbnck Stadium and a new eiilaj-gcd press booth CUy^Soflbnll League game at Wai- will get underway nt the Ullt- i'lie name was culled at the end of the sixth due to the 0:30 curfew. But the second game of tiie scheduled league double-header wnsii't ployed nnd the first Kiime wns never wanmed. Tlie tlu will Ije played olf at a Inter (tote. Sullivan-Nelson tied tlie score with n two-run uprising In tlie fifth inning after the Jnyccca took the lend with a scvim-rim fourth frame. Neither teiim stored 111 the dual stanzii, Hnrvcy Don-Is started on the hill for tlic Chevrolets but gave wav to Hilly Bilker In tho fourth. Tom Tuy- Icr went nil the way for the Jaycees. , linker leii the Chevrolet* nt bat with (htcc hits In thiee trips nnd Wayne Dill got two lor three for the Jaycees. The will Beaten Bears Bare Knees as Standing Slips (By The Associate)! Press) Since tile Bears bared their knees, their slip Is showing. In fact, while the Mobile near.s have been setting high fashions with their new short pants In the Southern Association, their slnml- ing has slipped badly. With their masculine shanks covered, tho Bears were playing percentage baseball at n .021 eli[j when the new uniforms went Into service last month. Since then, they've slipped jrom second to fifth place, losing 11 of the 18 games played. Of course, the Bears don't put on the abbreviated uniform every night—sometimes they wear longles. The boys meet In the clubhouse, consult the weatherman lest a Hidden frost should catch them un-' covered, then they vote—shorts or longs. Tile Bears were rained out la. c t night along with everyone else except New Orleans and Nashville. The Pelicans defeated Nashville 7-3 Tonight, its New Orleans at Nashville again, with Mobile at Chnttanooga, Atlanta at Lltt/e Rock and Birmingham at Memphis. Don Lldcllc (2-1) or Carl Llndqulsl (3-2) w ill probably burl for the Crackers. Manager nlxle Walker bnd them selected for last night until, the rains came. For Little Rock It will be probably Ed March, with no wins for two losses. Is in force for "the fi,'l| i M rn. deadline for priority benefits be August 15. N'cn 1'rcss llnolli With tbo additional scali (he west stands, extending 57 rows high, will seal, 12,501) fans alone, not Including the box scats. Made entirely of striicluvnl steel, with tho exccp- t on of the scuts themselves, tho stands will exlciul out to Fia/.or- back noad and will have now entrances for the upper deck. The new press booth will bo twice as long as tlie present one, measuring 108' In length and 13'S" in depth, compared with tbo present 55, x 10' booth It win Include two complete decks and will havo provisions on top for movie cameramen. Buckwheat honey is the darkest commonly found. Per M Ft. Builders Supply So. Hiwuy 61 AVAILABLE • ORDER NOW! For On-the-Farm GRAIN STORAGE If RIGID FRAME £ TRUSS-CLCAR STEEL • ALUMINUM BUILDINGS Quickly erected — in dayi Instead of weeks - to meet urgent demands for on-ihe- farm grain storage. After grain is marketed,your Butler Building giv«» you year-round use ts implement or livestock shelter, for hay storage, many Other fjfm purposes. Sec us todiy for full information on these sturdylonglifc buildings. CAPACITIES fer Butltr Building. 40'\X'iit C )cioO' 28,450 BUSHEIS By shoring up 5 fcci • long lido mil end*. 13,000 BUSHELS On ihc floor (without ihotlnjO A r«ODucT or MANUFACruKINO COMPANY C. A. TANT CONST, CO. Authorized Dealer Kor Butler Steel Buildings General Contraclinj? P.O. Box 83 Phone 6896 Blythtville,, Ark. ••• • f '. lliia .. -...• completion before tlio North Tcxna Stnlo gamt! hore on September 30, Athletic Director John Unrn- hill announced today. Fifteen hundred bonds of Jioo [IcnnmlmiUons. authorized by || 10 University Bonrd of Trustees and si-cured by Athletic Department, re- :clpts. win be sold to finance the project. Bond notices were sent out Iliis wc<ok by thn Athletic Department to supporters throughout the slnta <uid In surroundliiK areas. Bich purchaser of n bond will be Bivcn a priority on two tickets In the thrc« center sections for ton years. Though the bonds nrc subject to recall by Die Athletic Dc- nnrtmcnt nt any time, the priority SoHba Gets 11-9 Win Over Ark-Mo The Ark-Mo nine of the Bay Win- ilow Softball League blew a six-run !li-st Inning lead yesterday and ended up by dropping an 11-9 decision to the Fred S. saltba Company team in a game played at Little Park. Ark-Mo got to Kollry, Saliba pitcher, for six runs In the first Inning and three in the second but couldn't hold on. Saliba scored four runs h: the fiist anil six in the second Cray pitched all the way for Ark- Mo. Wilbur E. Volz To Be Coach at Caruthersville Wilbur B. volz, former University of Missouri athlete, has been nnincd coach at CiiriilhcrsviUe High bchool to succeed l!mll (Dutch) Boopplo. week by was announced this M, Pierce, superinten- . , , dent of Caruthcm-me schools. Coach Itaopnle resigned as font- will coach mid head of athletics ^ Caruthmvllle last month, ire has not announced his future plans Coach Volz J.s « native of Ed- wnrdsvllle, 111., ,iml was srwluatcd ircmi (he University or Missouri in 1040. At Missouri, he lettered four years in football and also was a member of the Tigers' baseball team He is a veteran of World War n' having served three years In tho Army Air Force. He was with the hiBlith Air Force In Europe as an armor gunner on a Ii-17. Following hi, graduation from Missouri. Coach Volz played ono year of professional football with Buffalo, N. Y,, ot ti, c now-defunct All-Ainerleiui League. He will receive his masters degree In education from tlie University of Missouri tills month Tippy Dye Quits Ohio State Job COLUMBU3, Ohio. June 3. (/iV- L Ule Tippy Dye, In the height of hs glory as coach of Ohio State's bid (en basketball champions, quit yesterday to become cage coach at the University of Washington. . Tippy, whose nickname comes from the over-sized given names of William Henry Harrison, says quite simply it is largely a matter of money. The Washington post is reported to pay $0.000 & year against approximately $7,200 at Ohio Stale. H lakes about 44 hours to freezs the standard 300-pound block of ice. For Improved , KIDNEY FUNCTION In a majority of ca»ei invertl- galed In jevef'al hospiiali and clinlci, lubnoirnal Kidney fimclion Wai Improved, Bladder pain and discomfort reduced afr»r Ihs use of Mountain Valley Water. If your doctor hat diagnosed your condition ai functional Kidney fmpo/nnftnt th/j natural, untreated mineral water may be very beneficial. 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