The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 15, 1955 · Page 10
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 19S8 BLTTHETILLB (ARK.) COURIER MEWi PAGE EliETEN Narleski Slips, Yanks Pick Up Game On Indians; Chisox Fade By ED WILKg The Associated Press Ray Narleski, Cleveland's fire-balling fireman, finally made a slip — and with it, the Indian's may have lost their footing in the race for the American League pennant. Washington revived the Indian sign it's had on the Injuns for one parting shot last night, handing the 26-year-old right-hander his first defeat of the season while dumping the Tribe 3-2. That sliced Cleveland's lead to champs lost their fourth straight, of two-run homers by Del Crandall game over New York, a 6-4 j beaten 3-0 by St. Louis behind Tom winner against Detroit. More portant, It left the two flubs e 1 in the lost column with eight games remaining for Cleveland and 10 for New York. The White Sox, four games behind, muffed a chance to move closer by splitting-a double-header at Baltimore. The last-place Orioles won the opener 8-2 before being stopped by Billy Pierce 6-0. j Boston, filling seven of New York's remaining dates .all but faded away in a 7-3 defeat by Kansas City that left the Red Sox seven games back. Washington, only club to best Cleveland over the season (13-9), was stopped cold by Narleski in Poholsky's three-hitter. At Milwaukee, the Braves clubbed the and George Crowe. Willie Mays smacked two for the Giants, tying Cincinnati's Ted Kluszewskl for the New York Giants 9-2 with a pair Head with 45. * * * * * * Casey Says 2 Tribe Losses Key for NY By JOE REICHIEB NEW YORK (AP) — Manager Casey Stengel thinks his New York Yankees can win the American League pennant.if Cleveland loses two of its remaining games. By ADKKN COOPER FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) — University of Arkansas Coach Jack Mitchell has said quite frankly he is pleased that his Razorbacks have been picked to finish sixth in the Southwest Conference by league sportswriters. Mitchell obviously hopes the newspaper clippings will goad his Hogs into an all-out effort to convince the writers that winning last year's championship was no fluke. On paper, it's amazing that the defending champions have been dismissed as title contenders. They nave 22 lettermen returning from last year's team, and enough capable sophomores to add the depth that was lacking in 1954. However, there are at least four tot t'tehU *the t 2-aH Bu in the ^finally got to The grizzled pilot was in a i victories and 58 defeats. The Yan- speculatlve mood after yesterday's' fcees with an 88-56 mark, thus 6-4 triumph over Detroit that could afford to lose one of their s'uv" who" had run up nine"victories, j moved the Yankee.-- withii all' but pne in relief, and had I of the front-running Indi: saved 20 others for the Tribe. I lost to Washington 3-2. Valdivlelso, - ">< »<»»- I " Wc "'" he sald happUy ' Yankee.-- within a game ians, who .225 hitter Jose did It Runnels had opene> and moved up on a sacrifice. "it remaining 10 games and still finish one game ahead of Cleveland strikeout victim, a major league; record for a rookie. Score working] with .two days' rest, wound up with nine for a total of 235. Drover Cleveland Alexander held the old mark, whiffing 227 with the Phil- year-old southpaw, broke It 'n in. Detroit scored twice In the first, but New York came back with three off .Ned Garver in its half to lake charge. Don Larsen. winning his eighth on a five-hitter. then blanked the Tigers 'til the ninth, when Charley Maxwell hit & two-run homer. Gil McDougBldj homered in the first and tripled' home another run in the second. • Hank Bauer delivered the win-; ning blow, a two-run homer in the eighth off Babe Birrer, third! pitcher for the Tigers. \ Baltimore racked Chicago's Dick ; Donovan for 10 of 14 hits while 1 Jim Wilson shut out the Sox until j the ninth when Bob Kent.cdy hom-j ered with one on. In the nightcap.! a scratch run broke up a duel be-! tween Pierce and Bill Wight in| the fifth. Three more runs in thej eiutnh wrapped up Piercc's 13th i victory and fifth shutout. | Boston was walloped by Gus i Zerniftl, who powered two homers; —one i tie-breaking grand-slam-: mer off loser George Susce in the, eighth—for six runs hatted in. ; Brooklyn's National League Arch Says Weight Loss Not Needed For Title Fight By MURRAY HOSE NORTH ADAMS. Mass. * — i Archie Moore claims a secret for-i mula for shedding pounds fast: without sapping strength but he is outspokenly confident that he won't | have to resort to it again. i "Heavyweight champions don't; have to make weight." said Archie, ' "50 why worry about that?" j That was the light heavyweight \ champion's reply to a question of! whether he thought he could make j 175 pounds once more. i If words were deeds Archie j would have to be considered a ! cinch to dethrone heavyweight' champion Rocky Marciano in Yankee Stadium Sept. 20, Most professional observers believe Moore wants to be heavier so that he can make a do-or-die slug- j glng attempt to stop Rocky within | live or six rounds. They leel his legs will cave In after that. Jack (Doc) Kearns doesn't go along! with that theory. j The onetime manager of Jack: Dcmpsey and Mickey Walker pre-i dieted Archie would win the de-; cision "after 15 tough rounds." "Styles mean everything," said Kearns. "Rocky's style is made to order for Archie, with his short arms Marciano must move in to get »t »n opponent. Archie will stab him dizzy with left Jabs and bust him up. Archie Is going to get hit for sure — who doesn't? But he'll outscore Marciano more than 2 to 1. Two defeats would mean a deadlock for the flag, necessitating a (looks like our pitching finally has! one-game playoff. | straightened out. That Larsen! Today was a day of rest lor ' pitched a good game today. That! ;<ew York and Cleveland. Tomor• ' ' the struggle resumes, with York host to the Bed Sox •ee games before moving to and movea up on a s.crm^ t - our pitchers four complete! row tl In the second inning Roy Siev- B * Tha tn( , (lrsl j New ,, !. r * h "? ..SET. !?." , f±! ;•»< «.•* **™^ ** >•««. ^ t hri "Now if Cleveland should lose two games and we win all ours, Washington for three more and on to Boston for the last four. The we ought to win the thing." Indians open a three-game home Stengel's reasoning was sound'series with the Tigers Friday but his arilhmetic was a bit off. night, then travel to Chicago for Two Cleveland losses would give | two night games and end up with Luxora Reinstates Football Program Luxora has reinstated its football j program for this year nnd plans to j continue In the future with the hope ol building a lighted Held by next! year. W. P. Ellis, superintendent, announced yesterday. "Luxora has reinstated football ss a part of its Interscholastic program." Ellis said. It was announced last year that Luxora would not compete in football this fall, but recent developments have caused a reconsideration of that decision, he said, j The squad has been working for a week under the direction of! Coaches Barney Kyzar and Hershel j Bre'.ver. j The entire schedule will be' played away from home since Luxora has no lighted field. But plans call for a lighted stadium by next year so Luxora can resume a normal schedule in District 3B com petition, Ellis said. Since basketball will start Nov 15. the football season will end on Nov. 1. The Schedule Sept. 23 Arkansas School for Deaf, Little Rock 30 Keiser There Oct. 7 State Boys Industrial School Pine Bluff H St. Charles There 20 Prayser. Tenn., B There 26 Jonesboro B There Nov. 1 Caruthersville B . There DRIVE-IN MOONLIGHT SATURDAY-September 17 Located 1 Ml. South Haj-ll, Mo. on Highway 61 ~~^^m NOTHING SHOWN TWICE ^SUSKTO /// N - f •' lMir-" ; --'l I -\\\\ -»«,,..«« ; Coffee and Donuts FREE after Midnight A NEW TEACHER OF PIANO Miss Olive Emerson Who has studied at Lamont School at Music In Denver, Louisiana Stale University, and Philadelphia Conservatory, is now ready tc begin teaching private lessons in Blytheville. Studio at 628 W. Main Phone 3-8890 Mitchell Pleased Porkers Ranked Low reasons lor laclc of confidence in the Porkers: (1) Arkansas has had soma famous flops in the past few years; (2) a defending champ almost never repeats in the South- West conference (the Texas A&M team of 1939-40-41, Texas in 42-43, and SMU in 1947-48 were the only teams to win the title twice in a row); (3) the Razorbacks are learning a new system the split T under a new coach; and (4) except for the 41-0 conquest of Tulsa, the Porks didn't run up any one-sided scores last year. Of course, those four factors are onJy mental blocks—but very real just the same. Here's how the Razorbacks look two days before their opener here with Tulsa: QUARTERBACKING — It's a new system for letterman George Walker last season's single wing tailback and Soph Don Christian lacks seasoning, but both have made rapid progress. Buddy Bob Benson, switched from haliback at the start of fall drills, fell farther behind in training when he suffered a leg injury. He'll miss the Tulsa game. i Waker. is a fine passer,'a somewhat slow but clever runner, and he is cool In the clutch. He is a leader and uses good judgement on the field. Christian seems to possess all of these qualities and, in addition, is a fine runner. He will probably get the experience he needs in a hurry. PASSING — Even though the ends were inexperienced at the start of last season, Walker connected on 45 of 35 passes and Benson hit 19 in 30 tries. The overhead game should be even better with six capable ends — including five lettermen—available for duty. They are Ted S^uter, Billy Lyons, Walt Matthews, Jerry McFadden, Olan Burns and Soph Charles Whitworth. Souter, 5-11, 175, is the only "little" man among the half dozen. RUSHING GAME — The Hogs will make more yards—and more mistakes—in 1955. The carriers, led by Preston carpenter and Henry Moore, are experienced and talented, and they'll gain momentum as they learn more and more about the split "T". Right halfback Carpenter is considered an All- America candidate because of his all-around play. Moore, an All- Southwest Conference fullback, is five pounds heavier (now 190) with no apparent loss of speed. LINE PlAY — Here again, the same men will be doing a slightly different job. There are nine Letter- men available for the five positions from tackle-to-tackle. DEFENSE — Improved. Ther« aren't so many changes to learn here, and it could be the Porkers' strongpoint. Only one touchdown pass got past Razorback defenders last year. DEPTH — Better than In left*, although a little thin at quarterback and tackle. Mitchell plans to sub by units "if we are. able." KICKING — The Mitchell - style quick kick ie an odd thing to watch, but it should be almost as effective as the similar single- wing maneuver. 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