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Blytheville, Arkansas
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JATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1958 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGEITO Chickasaws Roll Over Osceola 39-14 Potent Ground Attack Features Abbott and Akers Blytheville's Chiekasaws got their first year as a Big Eight member off to a rousing start at Haley Field last night with a 39-14 ramble over Osceola. The Chicks moved with little score in two off-tackle slants. (rouble over Seminole defenses and Coach Russell Mosley let his reserves play as much or more than the first unit. Blytheville's powerful ground attack from the single wing formation moved for 366 yariji from scrimmage with 332 of that total coming in the first half when the first unit was in most of the time. Highlights of the game were the running of co-captain Charles Abbott and Freddy Akers. Both boy§ gave some indications of what cm be expected during the season. 16-Yard Romp Abbott, the power-driving fullback. slashed O«ceola defenses for a total of 168 yards rushing— all in the first half— including one 16-yard touchdown scramble and a 36-yard jaunt that set up another score. Aker« swept the ends for 78 yards and two touchdowns, one being a 43-yard swoop on a beautifully executed wingback reverse. Akeri' average for seven carries was 113 yards, while Abbott toted 1C time* for h!i 196— an average of merely 16.8 per earn'. Other high points in the game, which turned into a scrimmage-like affajr in the second half, included Blythtville's. first string defense, a pass defense that intercetped four of Ofceola's six passes, and the Akers' kick was blocked and the Chicks led 18-0 in the opening minutes of the second quarter. Following the kickoff which Sio- vall returned to his own 33, Mosley sent in an entirely new team as he sought to give his untried reserves some game experience. Weldon got one and Hill five in a pair of handoffs. Then Weldon slashed through the defense for 19 yards and a first down on the Blytheville 40. Stovall was stopped after two yars on some nice line play by Eene George. Bratcher cut in to stop Shumake from behind but then Weldon got loose for 15 yards to the Chick 15. Onsidea Kick Works He added four and Hopkins took a pitchout which completely fooled.^ the defense and went over lor the touchdown from the 11. Weldon scored on a handoff tor the point after. j Osceola won possession of the ball] with an onsldes kick on Blytheville's 44. George and Bruce Smythe plugged the hole stopping Hopkins before Wells reeled off 15 and a first ( on the Blytheviilc 25 on a pitchout. 1 With only a two touchdown lead! and the Seminoles knocking at the; gates again Mosley rushed his first- string defenders back Into the fray KEY PLAY IN CHICK SCORE — Freddy Akers, Blytheville's quick little halfback, darted to the eight-yard line on a 12-yard sweep around his own right end to help set up the first score against Osceola. A subsequent fumble cost the Chickasaws 17 yards, but Akers later scored on a reverse. (Courier News Photo) LR Loss Keynotes High School Upsets allowing of some reserve backs and | They Immediately halted the linemen. I threat. Wells was stopped at tne The Chicks completely shattered | j) ne of scrimmage and on the ncxt f 00 tlj a jl By RAY STEPHENS The Associated Press the Semtnole passing attack. Osce- ; play, Osceola fumbled and Gee re- j ola wa* unable to complete a single j covered on the Blytheville 24- | one. and three of the four Inter-1 Then on the following play came.' cepted by the Tribe were turned i Abbott's beautiful 76-yard touch-1 into touchdowns. One was a 38-yard down run. Arkansas high school football teams sprung a sack full of surprises last night as the 1955 11 season got underway, with the upset of powerful Little Rock by Treadwell of Mem- interception return by Abbott for hi* third touchdown. Blytheville didn't throw a pass. Defense Good The Blytheville defensive line, anchored by Jodie Hall over center, in the five-four. Frank Sparks, Bo Huffman and Homer phis heading the list. Rock dropped its first fending champions of the Big ference victory from Hot Springs, game in 15 years by j Eight, the conference of the state's I which hasn't won a football game Football Scores By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Camden 18, Fairview 0 Hope 18, Stamps 12 Clarendon 19, Paragould T Piggott 12, Pocahomas 0 Mansfield 27, Ozark 0 Smackover 6, Benton 6 (tie) El Dorado 36, Magnolia 0 Forrest City 14, Conway 0 Crossett. 19, Arkadelphia 7 Treadwell of Memphis 7, Little Rock 6 Springdale 7, Huntsville « Gravette 18, Lincoln 13 Nashville 7, Monticello 0 Malvern 27, Magnet Cove 6 Texarkana 14, Hot Springs 12 Port Smith 52, Memphis Tech 6 Harrisburg 18. Earle 6 Foreman 7, Horation 6 Harrison 52, Berryville 0 Beebe 39, North Little Rock "B" 0 Walnut Ridge 2S, McCrory 6 Brinkley 6. Des Arc 0 Hamburg 14, Dermott 6 Ashdown 6, Mena 0 Van Buren 18, Clarksville 0 .. Paris 13, Hussellville 0 . Heavener, Okla., 26, Hartford 6 Deaf School 19, Sweet Home 1 Wilson 6, Lepanto 0 Dumas 45, Norphlet 0 Warren 14. Kison 0 Alma 14, Waldron 7 Lakeside 26, Bauxite 6 Helena 13, De Witt 7 Gillett 26, Cabot 13 Gurdon 27, Elevens 6 Hughes 38, Elaine 0 Junction City 19, Lewisville 0 Eudora. 14, Watson Chapel 7 White Hall 25, Strong 7 Pordyce 14, Sheridan 7 De Queen 18, Broken Bow Okla 5 Blytheville 35, Osceola 14 West Memphis 7, Wynne 7 (tie' Trumann 0, Corning 0 (tie) Southeast Missouri Caruthersville 21, Portageville 14 Predricktown 20. Jackson 6 Thayer 28, Dexter 0 Little opening bowing to Treadwell 7-6. The de- Coed Interference The powerful fullback took the ball on a reverse from Akers and sinned around the outside picking up some nice blocking from guards Bo Huffman and Jodie Hall. Jones and Privett also were ! leading (he play and Abbott picked looked good. ! his wav carefully behind them. Jimmy Bratcher, Fred Rounsavall, I Jmcs threw nis bi ock an d Abbott "'"iLV^.Vrt" H.'mptn'iTwr/d'sev'". i Fred Hodg. and Jimmy Earls all j hroke ltlto the opcll -u about the 50 ^ S"f f," d , * -he l"o : playel well at end. ai did co-cap- , anc j wit h the speedy Privet! still - ' leading outran the last Osceola defender. Akers' kick was good for the first had a 25-7 largesl high schools, couldn't keep since November of 1952. The Razor- their hands on the ball long enough I backs got the decision, and also to muster a scoring threat against the invaders. Almost as surprising was the showing of Hot Springs normally hapless Trojans who threw tain Jimmy Oee, at a linebacking *pot. Osceola's TD'B were both made by Nelson Hopkins, -speedy haUbacK. i time and Blytheville who went 63 yards for one and 15 for ; halftime lead, the other, both on pltchotits. Both j On the third play of the third scores were made with Blytheville j period, after Huifman nnd Br.itcii- reservcs in the game. ! cr slopped Wells. Abbott interccpt- Anoiher high spot in the Osceola : ed another Osceola toss on the sttnclt was freshman Ed Weldon. • Seminole 38. cut back to his left llashy halfback who netted M yards! pickling up good interference and in eight carries. ' drove into the end zone for his Biythevilie won the loss and elected to receive. Osceola's kickoff was short find Rounsavall gathered it in on the 38 and returned 10 the Osceola 45 before being brought down. After recovering his own turn- third touchdown of the game. Akcrs' kick wns good and Blythe- vllle had iced the game 32-7. Reserves Get Workout From then on Blytheville reserves cot a good workout. Osceoia returned the kickolf to bis. Akers picked up five yardTin j the 33; Wells was stopped for no an offtackle slant from the Chicks' Notre Dame box formation. Gamble Pays Abbott took a reverse and went seven yards but the measurement showed it to be inches from a first down. With fourth down coming up and the Chicks on Osceola's 35 the;. ceola pass for Blytheville and returned six yards to the Osceola 39 He added five on an end sweep. Hunnicutt got four and Coalter; picked up the first down with a! two yard thrust to the Seminole 26-1 Hunnicutt got another first in ( three tries to the 13. Moore picked | mf , mbers And Fort Smith whose teams have ranged from mediocre , Jayroe came in to replace Hun-: to just plain bad ta recent jears, I nicutt and on the ncxt ploy went i stomped Memphis I through the middle for the touch; down. , i He added the extra point in the I same manner and the Chicks had • a 39-14 edge with three minutes to j Play. I STATISTICS | B'vllle Osceola : First Downs 9 7 i Passes Atl 0 6 | Completions the scare of their life. With Ray Landir and Phil Duvall doing the damage, Texarkana rolled up a 14-0 lead with a touchdown in the second quarter, and severe fright into Texarkana's another early in the final period. Razorbacks before bowing 14-12 in Trojans Scare Texarkana Then Hot Springs came to life for two fourth quarter touchdowns. A 44-yard punt return by swift Johnny Messer to the Texarkana 23 set up the first Trojan marker. A 17-yard pass from Doyle McKinney to Buddy Jones was good for the touch-down. Messer scored the second tally on a 75-yard punt re- Tech 52-7. El Dorado, which still has the services of the great Jim Mooty. easily handled Magnolia 38-0, and Blylhevllle. preparing for its first i Interceptions ! Fmb '--. i Oppts. Fn:b. Rec. ' Punts average i Penalties (yards) Nel Rtishinc season in the Big Eight, warmed i turn up with a 38-14 conquest oi tiny .Texarkana preserved its victory Osceola ^' blocking both of the Trojans' First Since '40 attempts to convert. Little Rock hadn't lost an open-! Fort Smith unleashed Joe Paul 1 Alberty on Memphis Tech, and he was enough. Albert}', a halfback, scored four of the Grizzlies' touchdowns. Darrell Williams scored. three more, one on a 70-yard punt 1 23 0 286 5 !86 gain, Weldon got five before being Blytheville hauled down by Perry. i Moore. 10 .... Then Osceola speedster. Hopkins. • Privett, -14 .. on the same pitchout used so ef-! A'Kers. 79 ... fectively acninst the reserves mi Abbott. 16S the first half, pulled off a beautiful | Hur.nicutt. 31 63-yard touchdown jaunt. j Conlter. 7 ... Stovall ran over the point. That' Jayroe, 6 .... Blytheville reserves turned in a creditable performance from there on with fullbacks Bobby Jayroe > and Wayne Hunnicutt arid sopho-! more halfbacks Charles Coalter j and Ed Moore showing well. ; Both defenses held during the, remainder of the third quarter and] into the early part of the fourth | with some good defensive work being turned in for the Chicks by .Smythe, Bratcher, Nelson and McGuire. An exchange of punts gave ! Blytheville the ball on its own 40 j er - Ea for 12! Coalter got three and Jayroe rnnine. three, but Blytheville had to kick. Akers' punt went out of bounds on the Osceola 35. Jayroe Gets Counter a Moore picked off the fourth Os- Trlbe jambled on Abbott's power i ended Osceola scoring with and the big fullback came through | margin at 32-14. with two yards and a first down on the 38. Akers got three on an end sweep and then Abbott and Akers set up the first Blytheville touchdown with a pair of runs good for 23 yiirds to the Osceola eight. Abbott's drive on a reverse went 11 yards to Uie IB then Akers sped to the seven with some good blocking on an end sweep. A 17-yard loss when the pass from center got by Privett was only a momentary setback for the Chicks. Abbott bulled the ball yards back to the 13 then Akers, on fl wingback reverse far to the right, went all the way for the Chicks' first score. Akers tried for the point with placement kick but the kick was low. Hall returned Abbott's kickott from the 36 to the 36. Blytheville held and forced the Seminoles to kick. Akers took the kick on his own 30 and returned 11 yards to the 42. and three plays later the little scatback scored. Abbott picked up nine on a reverse, and Privett made it first down on the Osceola 43, with another 9-yard thrust. Routine Sweep Then on a routine right end •weep, Akers picked up some nice blocking from Hall, Huffman, Abbott and Jones and scampered all the way to the end zone. Akers again missed the kick and Blythevilte led 1J-0 with the first quarter about two-thirds gone. Weldon returned Blythevllle'i klckoff from the 10 to the 30 before being dumped by Moore. The freshman halfback got 10 more for a first down. Earli dumped Hopkina nicely after a one yard lain to th« Osceola 41. Then Akera hauled in the lirst of lour Blytheville interruptions on his own 43 and returned lo the Osccola 43. Abbott took a reverse handpff for seven yards, but a fumble by Priv- ctl cost seven a« th« first quarter ended. Abbott GtU Third Abbott Mt up Blythevllle'i third TD on the first play of the second period with a beautiful M-yord run In ihe r-ccoln chht. Jones led the play and threw a key block at the 30. Abbott Una turn ««r for Me the i siayton. 1 LINEUPS ! in? game since 1940. but the Ti- 1 gers' awesome reputation didn't • faze the tough Treadwell team. i The Tigers got a 6-0 lead shortly I before the half when Jimmy Wood ! intercepted a pass and returned 30 j return, and kicked two points. ! yards to Treadwell's 6. Two plays j Memphis couldn't pierce Fort i later, the little halfback slipped j Smith's defense until the last quar- I off tackle to score from a yard j ter, when the losers picked up their i out. lone touchdown against Fort Smith QI -«ii IT' In lhe tnlrd quarter. Treadwel!i reserves. HooHn"' 91 ' sllook loose its ace halfback Duff I Alberty, Williams Shine Wells 13 I Morrison, and he led the victors j The running of Alberty and Wil- Shunakc 4 i on fl 66-yard scoring drive. Morri-i lians was spectacular, but more sig- ' Hill 5 ^ son scored on a 4-yard plunge, j nificant was the Vicious tackling Weldon 56 • nnd enci Teddy Steele kicked the and downfield blocking of the Griz' ; extra point that spelled the dif' ' i ference. L.R. Loses 4 Fumbles Baseball Standings By The Associated Press NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn . Milwaukee .. New York .. Philadelphia Cincinnati .. Chicago St. Louis Pittsburgh Won Lost Pet. Behind .664 .546 .521 .507 .479 .472 .417 .393 , . Today's Schedule New York at Cincinnati—Gomez •9-7) vs. Colhim (9-8). Brooklyn at Chicago — Erskine •11-7) vs. Jeffcoat (8-6). Philadelphia at St. Louis—Roberts (22-11) vs. Poholsky (7-10). Pittsburgh at Milwaukee—Law (10-8) vs. Nichols (9-6). Yesterday's Results Chicago 11-9. Brooklyn 4-16 Cincinnati 5, New York 0 St. Louis 11, Philadelphia 2 Milwaukee 3, Pittsburgh 2 Cleveland New York Osceola L. S. Reecc L.T. Hulsey L.G. Robbins C. Ellis R.G. Smith R.T. Lucas HE. Gentry Q.B. Srmmake H.B. Wells H.B. Hopkins j F.B. Stovall Substitutes: Blytheville — Bratch- Earls. Moore, Hunnicutt, Tre- Smythe, Holt, Robertson. Perry, Lundstedt, George, Nelson, McGuire, Siayton, Coulter, Jayroe, Peters, Renfro, Byrne, Barnes; Osceola — Wateon, Hill, Weldon, Kaiser, Maloch. Blylheville Gee Hali Sparks Rounsavall Jones Akers Privett Abbott Time and again. Little Rock of- zlies, headed by Coach Steed White, a specialist In line play. El Dorado's Mooty, whose lightning runs placed him on the All- fense was stifled by sloppy play | conference team last year, demon- Trie Tigers lost four fumbles and] started that he's lost nothinc. The two of their passes were inter-: httle scatback scored two of the cepted by the alert lads from wildcats' touchdowns on runs of Memphis. and 75 yards in the triumph over (MCEOLA'S ACK MOVES - Ed Weldon, the accomplished freshman halfback of Osceoln, picked up 11 yards last night on this advance. Weldon got 56 yards In clj.'it carries and \vns one of Osceola's tt» oHeiulve guns, (Courier Newa Pkoto) On paper. Texarkana was sup-j Magnolia. Lartus pesnell also aid- posed to pick up an easy con-| e d the Wildcat attack immeasurably with an 89-yard scoring Jaunt and a smorlng pass to Tommy DeBruin. Chicks Get Workout Blytheville had nothing more than a stiff workout from Osceola. But the Chicks gave the other Big Eight members a preview of what they can expect from two of the finest backs in the state, Freddy Akers and Charles Abbott. Abbott scored three times and picked up 168 yards rushing. Akers ran up 79 yards from WilsonNips Lepanto By 6-0 Score WILSON — A second period touchdown by Doyle Carpenter on a 30-yard dash, together with a stout defense was enough for the Boston Detroit Kansas City Washington Baltimore . AMERICAN LEAGUE Won Lost Pet. Behind . 86 54 .814 85 54 82 57 80 58 69 .612 .590 .580 .507 .410 .360 .318 Today's Schedule Vi 3% 5 15 28% 35 40 >/ 2 Kansas City at Washington- Gray (0-2) vs. Clarke (0-01. Detroit at Baltimore—Maas (5-6) vs. Wilson Chicago (9-17). .t New York—Pierce Carl MM*., vievtlana relief pitcher, allowed only one Mrnrd run this tea«on In his first 77 innings covering it g«n«. Osceola's Nelson Hopkira, who scored both of the losers' touchdowns. scrimmage and scored two touchdowns. Blytheville's rugged defense snar- Wilson Bulldogs here last night as j ed four of Osceola's six passes and they came out of their season open-1 turned them all into touchdowns, er with a 6-0 victory over Lepanto | But the Chicks couldn't contain in a District 3B conference game. Wilson cashed in only that one time for points though the Bulldogs knocked at the door on several occasions. But the Wilson defense was firm and never let Lepanto penetrate its half of the field. Wilson racked up IS first downs to two for Lepanto. The touchdown drive came midway in the second period on a sustained ground attack. Billy Trannum's extra point try was blockeU. Tne Bulldogs drove to within inches of the goal right afterward but were stopped short by the gun ending the first half. Another penetration in the fourth period ended with a Lepanto interception In the end zone. Wilson lineup including substitutes: ends, Billy Trannum and Robert Wright; tackles, Ellis Floyd and Wayne Jones; guards, Don Harndon, Bobby Trannum and Danny Bowen: center, Billy Chisolm; backs, James Sano, Doyle Carpenter, Johnny Rogers, Mickey Clssell, Clay Buchanan, and James Coburn. Burdette Subdues Marion BURDETTE — A last quarter drive that carried 60 yards in six j plays gave Burdette a 13-6 win ' over Marion here last night. Elbert Rlgsby plunged over from the three-yard-line to climax the drive and give .Burdette a win In Its first game of the season. Burdette scored its tirst touchdown early In the first quarter when Dean Christian picked up a blocked Marlon punt and ran 40 yards for a score. Marion scored Its only touchdown on a 55-yard sustained drive In the second quarter. This tied the game at fl-nll and the teams battled evenly until Rlgsby put Burdette ahead in the last quarter Both lines performed well and most of the ground-gaining plays were iuo evN UM ouUlda. (12-9) vs. Coleman (2-0). Cleveland at Boston — Garcia (10-12) vs. Brewer (10-10). Yesterday's Results New York 5, Chicago 4 Cleveland 3, Boston 1 Baltimore 8, Detroit 3 Washington 6-6, Kansas City 5-1 American Association (besl-of-7 »eml-flnal) Omaha 12, Louisville 5 (Omaha leads, 2-1) Minneapolis 9. Denver 7 (Minneapolis leads, 3-0) Texas League (best-of-7 semi-final) Dallas 4, Houston 0 (series tied, 1-1) San Antonio 4, Shreveport 0 (series tied, 1-1)- Southern Asiociation (best-of-7 lemi-flnal) Chattanooga 11. Birmingham 1 (Birmingham leads, 3-1) Mobile 10, Memphis S (Mobile If Eds 2-1) AL Heat Begins To Tell on Red Sox, Chisox By ED WILKS The Associated Prest The first division isn't exactly cluttered up with dead bodies yet in that killing American .League pennant race, but Chicago and Boston suddenly have taken on a frightening pale look. After being struck down by first Billy Klaus on a 2-2 pitch. place Cleveland and the second place New York Yankees yesterday, the Red Sox and White Sox have reached the now-or-never point. With only 15 games remaining, Chicago is 3'/2 games out—and three games behind on the lost side. Boston's in the same precarious spot—five full games behind and four games back in the lost column with 16 games remaining. The Indians laid Boston low last night, clubbing three home runs to trip the Red Sox into a second straight defeat, 3-1. New York, still trailing the Tribe by a half- game, shook up the White Sox 5-4 with Joe Collins' two homers belting Chicago to a second straight defeat. Marion Confident of Pierce Manager Marty Marion is confident his' lefty ace, Billy Pierce, can tumble the Yanks today. It's practically a must if the White Sox hope" to make any ground when they meet Boston in a doubleheader tomorrow while the Yanks and Indians slug it out in two. The same goes for Boston in one last chance at the Indians today. Al Smith, Ralph Kiner, and Al Rosen—leading off the sixth, seventh arid eighth Innings with their homers — produced Bob Lemon's 17th victory, but reliefers Ray Nar- leski and Don Mossi had to wrap it up,. Narleski Rescues Lemon Narleski bailed him out in the eighth, after a single, walk and Lemon's third wild pitch put runners on third and second with two . Then in the ninth, after fan- Ike Delock was the loser. The Yanks had no easier a time with the White Sox, who now hav« lost six of 10 games with New York that were decided by one run. Collins, who had been benched for weak hitting, gave the Yanks a four-run edge with his two clouts, but in the end ifc was Yogi Berra'i double that got the Bombers home in .front. All three of the big blows were off Dick Donovan. Don Larson won his seventh, but lasted no longer than Donovan as the Chicago righthander touched off a three-run seventh inning with * two-out single, Konstanfy Grim Relieve Jim Konstanty and Bob Grim finished for the -Yanks. Detroit officially i'ell from the AL race with an 8-3 defeat at Baltimore. Kansas City split with Washr ington, losing 6-5 and winning , 7-6 although Roy Sievers tied the Senators' home run record he set last year with his 23rd and 24th home runs in the nightcap. In the National. Brooklyn's champs staggered through a hectic doubleheader at Chicago after a pennant celebration the night before. The Cubs, who belted eight of the 13 homers in the twinbill, beat Don Newcombe In the opener 11-4. but lost the second 16-9. The Dodgers had just eight hits in the nightcap. Milwaukee tightened its grip on second, beating Pittsburgh 3-1 on Del Crandall's two-run homer in the seventh. Joe Nuxhall won his 16th for Cincinnati by four-hitting New York 5-0 while Wally Post ^ ..... ___ ( ning* Grady Hntton and Jim Pier-j and Gus Bell homered for the Red=all Narleski issued a walk and legs. St. Louis, led by Solly Hemus' "ave up a single to Billy Goodman two triples that scored four runs, and Mossi had to hurry in to fan 1 fractured Philadelphia 11-2. 91-Yard Run Wins For CaruthersviUe PORTAGEVILLE — Quarterback Bob Bartholomew of the CaruthersviUe Tigers ran 91 yards for a touchdown with 10 minutes left in the game to give the CaruthersviUe Tigers a '1-14 victory over the Portageville Bulldogs last night before a crowd of about 1,000 in the season's opener for both clubs. The game was tied twice before its own 3-yard-line and a few play« Bartholomews ran decided the is- j later, the Tigers shook Bartholo- sue mew lose on his game-winning 91- Tiger guard Jack Taylor picked up a Bulldog fumble and ran 15 yard dash. Before the game both coaches had yards for a'score to give Caruthers- j said their teams were weak and Hie the lead in the first quarter, j they expected a minimum of scor- In the second quarter Portageville ing. halfback Joe Sutherland caught a 9- The starting lineups: yard touchdown pass and Bob Howard kicked the conversion. 56-Yard Run George Cook gave Caruthersville a halftime lead when he ran 56 yards to a score and Taylor converted, making the score, 14-7. Portageville tied it up again in the third quarter when fullback Jack Goodman plunged over from the 4, climaxing a 59-yard march. Caruthersville held lor downs on Western League (best-of-5 semi-final) Pueblo 5, Wichita 2 (series tied, 1-1) Des Monies 5, Colorado Springs 4 (series tied, 1-1) Poos. L.E. L.T. L.G. C. R.G. R.T. R.E. Q.B. H B. H.B. F.B. Score by Quarters; Caruthersville 7 Portageville 0 C'ville Watkins Peters Trainer J. Figgins Taylor McCoy Clayton. Bartholomew Lesley Cook P'vilto •MuDins Meatte Howard Branham Brands Powell Pldwell Moody Swims Sutherland Goodman 7—31 0—U There are 18 bonus players in the American League with five of them on Detroit's young team. Cleveland has no bonus player*. BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING 8:15 p.m. Monday, S«pt. 12 John Silvers & Charley Keene Adults SOc — Children 15fl Two 1-Fall Matches r*. Pierre Dugat & Jack Welch 90 Minute Time Limit — Best 2 out of 3 Falls Pierre DUGAS Charley KEENE vs. and John SILVERS rs. 30 Minute Time Limit JK* WELCH

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