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lATURDAY, SEPTEMBER «^v -> M* ' ^MtMMh^^^b w^BBBV ' »A J, \J IVL/rt x > n Mm *««••—•——- —F Yanks 'Knew They Had It All the time' New Yorkers Get Sixth AL Pennant For Ole' Casey By BO WH.KS Th« Associated PreM The Yankees knew they had it all the time Days ago the New Yorkers circled Friday Sept. 23 on th« clubhouse calendar as the day they'd clinch their 21st American League pennant, the sixth in seven years H was last night, Friday, Sept. M that they did it, beating Boston 3-2 behind the great relief pitching of Whiiey Ford, the stubby southpaw who will open the World Series against Brooklyn Wednesday at the Yankee Stadium. Manager Casey Stengel had it figured, too. Back last spring he said "we'll have to win 95 games to win this one." By winning last night, after losing 8-4 in the afternoon half of the day-night twin- Sikeston Keeps String Intact At Caruthersville But Bulldogs Forced To Come from Behind To Top Tigers 27-13 By SONNY SANDERS Courier News Correspondent CARUTHERSVILLE — The Sikeston Bulldogs came from behind to whip CaruthersviHe's Tigers 27-13 here last night. Cftruthersville had a 13-7 halftime lead, because of two touchdowns by quarterback Bob Bartholomew in the second quarter. Paul Sadler, of Sikeston, was supposed to punt on his own 30 y&rU Mn€ but fumbled, recovered and wa* tackled pn his own 30 on fourth down. The Bartholomew ran around: •nd for the touchdown. Ghiard Jack Taylor's kick for the •ttra point was good. Later, halfback Jim Leslie return- Ad a Sikeston kick 23 yards and live piays by Bartholomew, George Co6k and Bill Watkins, brought the ball to the five yard line. Bartholomew's linebucfc was good for the payoff. Between the two Caruthersville •cores, Sikeston's Terry Cooper pushed two yards for a TD and Sadler converted, following recovery of a Caruthersville fumble on the Sikeston 38. The drive required six running plays for the score. Win in Third The Bulldogs got ahead of Caruth- envttie in the last minute of the third chapter. Quarterback Abe Hunter ran over from live yards out »nd Sadler converted. Tommy Woods edged one yard for « fourth period TD. A CaruthersviUe punt on the Tiger 16 was blocked and Floyd Cnrr picked it up on the 10 and ran for the final score. Sadler kicked the extra point. This first Big Bight Conference game or both teams was Sikeston's second win this season and their 17th consecutive victory. It was Ca- ruthersviHe's first loss against two wins. Pos. L.E. L.T. L.G. C. R.G. R.T. R.E. Q.B. H.B. H.B. F.B. bill at Fenway Park, the Yankees now have exactly 95 victories. Cleveland, the defending champ nnd last of the challengers, has 91. The Indians, rained out at Detroit yesterday, have three games left, but even by winning 'em all they'd finish with only 94 victories—one less than the Ol' Professor called for. Elsewhere, the Chicago White Sox:, still scrapping for a piece of second place, whacked Kansas City for nine runs in the first two innings and won 12-4. Washington, trying to escape the cellar, snapped Baltimore's seven-game streak and drew to within a game of the seventh-place Orioles bj sweeping a t«i-night doubleheader 6-4 and 7-3. In the National, Warren .Spahn won his 17th and hit one of four Milwaukee home runs, two by George Crowe, as the Braves beat St .Louis 4-2. Philadelphia clinched at least a tie for fourth with idle Cincinnati by whipping the New York Giants 5-1. Willia Mays, leading the majors with 50 home runs, went hitless. Rain postponed Brooklyn at Pittsburgh. HikrsUm Carr Jolly Howe Carmodf Springs Humes Ponder Hunter Sadler Cooper Woods Caruthersville Streete Fetters Trainor Figgins Taylor McCoy Clayton Bartholomew Woody Cook Watkins Baseball Standings By rbe Associate** Prean AMERICAN LEACIK Won Lost Pet. Behind . »5 57 .625 .. .. 91 60 .603 31/j .89 63 . 83 69 . 78 73 New Yortc . Cleveland .. Chicago Boston Detroit .... Kansas City Baltimore . Washington 97 .587 6 .546 12 .517 16'/i .414 32 .358 40',2 41 >/2 54 .„ 53 9fi .351 Saturday's. Schedule Cleveland at Detroit (2)—Score (15-10) and Garcia (11-13) vs. Lary (14-14) and Carver (12-15). New York at Boston—Kucks (87) vs. Susce (8-7). Baltimore at Washington (2)— Moore (9-10) and Wight (5-8) vs. Abernathy (5-8) and Ramos (5-10) IN). Kansas City at Chicago — Kellner (ll-8i vs. Donovan (14-9). Friday's Results Boston 8-2, New York 4-3 Chicago 12, Kansas City 4 Washington 6-7, Baltimore 4-3 Cleveland at Detroit, postponed, ruin. NATIONAL LEAGUE Won Lost Pet. Behind Brooklyn 97 53 .647 .. Milwaukee ... 85 67 .569 13 New York 78 73 .520 IB Philadelphia . 76 76 .500 22 Cincinnati .... 74 78 .487 24 Chicago 71 80 .470 26'/ z St. Louis 66 86 .434 32 Pittsburgh ... 58 93 .384 301/2 Saturday's Schedule Philadelphia at New Yorfc^- Dickson (12-11) vs. Hearn (14-15) or Antonelli (14-16>. Brooklyn at Pittsburgh (2)— Loes (10-4) and Newcombe (20-5) vs. Friend (12-9) and Hall (5-6) (NX Milwaukee nt St. Louis—Crone UO-9) or Robinson (3-1) vs. McDaniel (0-9) (N). Chicago at Cincinnati — Jones (13-20) or Kaiser (0-0) vs. Nux- hall (17-11). FITTING GESTURE for a while it looked as if Detroit's Pershing High couldn't use its 290-pound tackle, Tom Learsk. Football pants big enough could nol be found. The problem was solved by getting a pair worn by Les Bingaman, retired mammoth middle defensive lineman of the Detroit Lions. Friday Macklm, the Lions' equipment manager, fits the youngster. Pine Pluff Holds Fort Smith Club To Scoreless Tie By RAY STEPHENS The Associated Press The gloss on Fort Smith's football reputation, so liberal ly applied after two impressive Grizzly triumphs, was a bit tarnished today and after three weeks of competition the bellcow for the Big Eight's championship race still hasn't been sighted. Fort Smith suffered a severe setback at Pine Bluff when the Zebras outplayed the Grizzlies for lorn- quarters to survive with an 0-0 deadlock last night. The Grizzlies had drawn speculation as a title contender on the basis on its victories over Memphis Tech and tough El Dorado. On the other hand. Pine Bluff was unimpressive in defeating Crossett in its only other outing of the season, and Fort Smith had been a prohibitive favorite to make the Zebras its third victim. In other contests invilving Big Eight members, El Dorado cruxh- ed Ouachita High of Monroe, La., 39-19, and North Little Rock got by Camden 24-18 in non-conference tilts. Little Rock Loses | Little Rock, the defending champion which has been playing patsy for out-of-state foes, dropped a third straight decision, 19-7 to Istrouma of Baton Rouge. Benton burst the Hot Springs' bubble 14-7 and Texarkana took a 39-6 whipping from Longview, Tex. It was a bad night for the proud Big Eight. , Pine Bluff, sparked by 136-pound Rex Hardister, drove to withing striking distance of the Fort Smith goal on five occasions, but the Zebras' attack sputtered like a Friday's Results Philadelphia 5, New York 1 Milwaukee 4, St. Louis 2 Brooklyn at Pittsburgh postponed rain. Only games scheduled. NFL Opener Pits Eagles, NY By RALPH BERNSTEIN PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The Philadelphia Eagles and New York Giants, two prime contenders for championship honors, kick off the 36th annual National Football League season here tonight before an expected 25,000 fans. The Eagles-Giants clash is 'the trouble from the Eagles, winners first of six games to be played in three days as the NFL jumps in!o action. Commissioner Bert Bell says attendance at exhibition con- tests was the highest in league history and predicts a continuance of large turnouts during the regular campaign. The league champion Cleveland Browns battle Sunday at, home against the improved Washington Redskins, while Detroit, Western Conference winner, travels to Green Bay for its opener. The Chicago Bears, R contender lor West- am honors, are at Baltimore and Loe Angelas is at San Francisco Sunday. And Monday night, the Chicago Cardinals visit the Pittsburgh Steelers. A capsule version of the 1956 j NFL races figures something like I Oils: In the East, Cleveland, with Otto Graham back at quarterback after a short lived retirement, faces of six exhibition games without defeat,' and from the Giants, considered a rough combination despite an unimpressive 2-4 preseason record. Washington, the Steelers and Cardinals should make trouble but appear unlikely title threats. Turning to the West, Detroit is hard hit by the retirement of a number of stars from its three- time conference champion club, and faces the possibility star passer Bobby Layne may be available only for limited service because of an injury. The Boars, with George Hnlas in his last year as coach; Los Angeles and San Francisco, all havi the "horses' 1 with which to Give Your Child Something Educational and Entertaining for Xmas, a set of ChiW World Books. Call 3-4152 for Demonstration. FREE Lubrication wiih your Wash Job & Oil Change Sept. 23rd thru 30th. West End Service Station MM W. Kiln dethrone the Lions. Baltimore and Green Bay are much improved but unlikely champions. A number of last year's college greats will be in action, including Ralph Guglielmi, Notre Dame's great quarterback with the Redskins ;Alan Ameche, Wisconsin's fullback, with Baltimore; Dicky Moegle, speedy Rice halfback, San Francisco; Mississippi tackle Rex jgan, the Giants, nnd Dick Biel ski, Maryland's big fullback with the Eagles. sticking valve in sight of tne enc zone. Once the Zebras crossed on a, 15- yard pass from Bubba Ferguson to Jim Benton Jr., but the officials called it back because of off sides On the next play, Fort Smith's Darrell Williams intercepted a Ferguson pass to kill the threat, Little Hardister, a broth of a boy despite his weight, or lack of it, accounted for 179 yards of Pine Bluff's 199 yards rushing. Missed Three Times Fort Smith was no better in the clutch. The Grizzlies fritterec away three scoring opportunities Jim Mooty, the El Dorado speedster, was the whole show in th Wildcats' victory. Mooty scorec tour touchdowns—one on a 15-yarc end sweep; one on a 95-yard kick- ofi return; and two on punt re turns of 78 and 74 yards. North Little Rock found unex pected strength in Camden, bu held on to take the one-touchdown decision on the passing of Jim Sadler. Sadler threw for three North Little Rock touchdowns, in eluding the winning marker with less than 30 seconds remaining in the game. Caniden's Billy Kyser was jus as good. He scored all three o_ the Panthers' touchdowns, one on a 78-yard punt return and the other two on short plunges. Too Much for Tigers Two brilliant performers namec Bill Cannon and George Guidry were too much for Little Rock as the winless Tigers fell again. Guidry scored two touchdowns and carried 17 times for 154 yards. Cannon scored the other tally and picked up 140 yards on 25 carries. Little Rock did score once when ulert tackle Frank Plegee recovered Tiger halfback Jimmy Martin's fumble in the end zone, Texarkana's bobtailed winning streak stopped at two in most convincing fashion. Longview struck at will from the air and on the ground in the runaway while holding the Razorbacks to 64 yards rushing. Hot Springs, which ended a, 3- year losing streak last week, ran into Mike Clayton and the Benton Panthers last night to take another setback. Clayton passed Benton to its first touchdown, and plunged for the other. Hot Springs' only score came on a 78-yard kiclcoff return by Johnny Messer. 25th Straight Arkansas' most successful team, DeQueen's Leopards, captured their 25th consecutive victory with an effortless 40-0 triumph over Fairview last night in the headliner Football Scores By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS El Dorado 3», Ouachita- Parish of Monroe, La., W Subiaco 7, F»yettevi!le « Batesville 21, Faragould » Fort Smith 0, Pine Bluff 0 (tie) White Hall 12, Dermott 1 Smackover 13n Hope 7 North Little Rock 24, Camden It DeQueen 4», Fairview 0 Pocahontas 19, Marked Tree 0 Longview, Tex"., W, Texarkana, Ark.. 6 Little Rock 7 Nashville 3», Malvern « Arlcadelphia. 30, Prescott 0 Greenwood 13, Berryville I Augusta 13, Des Arc 0 Mountain Home 13, Huntsville 7 Benton 14, Hot Springs 7 Stamps 24, Dierks 0 Crossett 13, Magnolia 0 East Side, Memphis 14, Helena 0 Jonesboro 33, Stuttgart 14 Bearden 7, Fordyce 0 Booneville 37, dark 0 Hazen 33, St. Charles 0 Morrilton 19. Dardanelle 12 Springdale 34, Harrison 0 Searcy 25, Bald Knob 6 Mansfield Q, Fuller 0 (tie) Elaine 7, Cotton Plant 0 Charleston 19, Havana 0 Newport 19, Walnut Ridge 0 West Memphis 14, Osceola 12 Hartford 6, Alma 0 Van Buren 21, Rogers 6 Conway 32, Russellville 0 Rison 67, Lake Village 12 Cabot 12, Magnet Cove 6 Wynne 32, Parkin 6 Bismarck 20, Carlisle 7 Eudora 18, Dumas 7 Sheridan 19, Lonoke « Monticello 21. Star City 0 Hughes 40, Barton 6 Forrest City 62, Brinkley S Ashdown 41, Blevins 0 Gillett 28, Holly Qrove 0 Marianna 12, Clarendon 0 Deaf School 18, Luxora 0 Hamburg 6, McGehee 6 (tie) Lakeside 34, Mabelvale 0 Atkins 13, Clarksville 6 • St. Anne's 12, Paris 7 Lepanto 16, Crawfordsville 12 Marion 27, Shawnee 0 Bentonville 13, Siloam Springs 6 Clinton 34, Bryant 13 Beebe 6, McCrory 6 (tie) Burdette 13, Trumann 7 Southeast Missouri Jackson. 13, Chaffee 6 East Prairie 18, Mt. View 0 Hayti 0, Wilson, Ai*. 0 PortageviUe 32, Maiden 14 Sikeston 27, CaruthersviUe 13 Cairo 45, Cape Girardeau 7 Charleston 40, Kennett 12 Poplar Bluff 33, Piggott 6 College Football Midwest Toledo 12, Detroit 7 Central Okla 6, Northwestern Okla 0 College of Smporia 34, Friends (Kan) 6 Tarkio 14, Culver-Stockton 7 Sterling 63, Bethany (Kan) .Missouri Valley 25, Kirksville (Mo) 7 Kansas Wesleyan 28, Bethel (Kan) 7 Southwestern Okla 30, East Central Okla 0 Far West Southern California 42, Oregon li Denver 33, Drake 7 Only One Big' Test On Full Collegiate Gridiron Slate Today By ED CORRIGAN The Auociated FreH The college football season kicked off in earnest today »nd already there's a do-or-di« contest on tap between a couple of pretenders for national honors. UCLA the defending Pacific Coast Conference champion rode into College rarK, MO., for a big one with the University of Maryland, a team that has been acused in past years of fattening its record at the expense of weak sisters. Both have one game under their belts and on the basis of last weed's results, UCLA, witk Ronnie •Ton" Knox in the pitching spot, was favored. Red Sanders' Uclans whipped a pretty good Texas A&M team 21-0 .while Maryland barely got past openers. Missouri 13-12 in their UCLA lived up to expectations, but the big question making the rounds is: Could Maryland be as weak as the Missouri game indicated? A bad defeat at the hands of UCLA and the Terps' stock will tumble like Wall Street in 1929. Tech Meets Florida The four teams that came out on top in the major bowl games last New Year's Day flex their muscles for the first time and they are expected to have easy sailing. Ohio State, the Rose Bowl victor, figures to browbeat Nebraska; Navy, winner in the Sugar Bowl, will warm ,up at the expense of William and Mary; .Duke, the Orange Bowl kingpin, has no problem in North Carolina State, and Georgia Tech, Cotton Bowl champion, plays Florida. The Engineers were No. 2 in this week's Associated hind UCLA. Press poll be- Bud Wilkinson takes the wraps off his Oklahoma outfit against North Carolina, while Michigan, the Big 10 favorite, goes against surprising Missouri. Notre Dame and Southern Methodist also, clash in the opener for both schools and this could develop into a real knock-' em-down battle. The Irish haven't got their usual powerhouse this year, while Southern Methodist has its sights set squarely on the Southwest Conference title. Pitt, perhaps the class of the East, is favored over Syracuse. Penn State and Army, two of the Panthers' top contenders for sectional honors, ha ments in, respecti versity and Furman. have e ctively, asy assign- Boston Uni- Regional Television There won't be any national television game. Instead, five games will be telecast on regional hookups. They include Pitt-Syracuse, Penn State-Boston University, Notre Dame-Southern Methodist, Wilson, Hayti In 0-0 Tie Hayti Whips Portageville, 20-0 HAYTI—Hayti won over Portageville 20-0 in a junior high contest here Tuesday night. Larry Hutchison scored two touchdowns in the first quarter on runs of two yards and five yards. Larry Sanders ran around end for Hayti came close to scoring 30 yards and a fourth quarter TD. | the Indians got within the Bulldog's ' Rayburn Whitener and Hutchison '" ' ' '"'" '" ran extras in the opening chapter. The Hayti Juniors go to Kennett at 7:30 next Tuesday. Both teams lave won two games. HAYTI — Wilson's Bulldogs and the Hayti Indians fought to a 0-0 tie on a muddy field here last night. Hayti's net gain was 183 yards while Wilson's net yardage was 132. G. 0. POETZ OIL CO. FUEL OIL "I Sell That Stuff" Phone 2-2089 Vfeit Cwmy'i C*n*c« S«rvic«, Atfc li among Class AA teams. Smackover edged Hope 13-7 on the running of halfback Floy Pearson, and Springdale turned loose its host of fine backs to trounce Harrison 34-0 Crossett began to shape up as the class of District 4AA with a 13-0 decison over Magnolia. The Eagles now have whipped two district opponents and have lost only to Pine Bluff of the Big Eight. Batesville won its thrid straight game 21-0 over .Paragould, and Conway had an easy time in dis-i posing of Russellville 32-0, | Quarterback Dale Yancey's i passes carried Searcy past Bald' Knob 25-6; Nashville downed Malvern 39-6; Forrest City had a breather at Brinklcy and won S3- 6; Newport defeated Walnut Ridge 19-0; and Arkadelphia smashed Prescott 30-0. Michigan State-Indiana and Illinois- California. In last night's sprinkling of action, Southern California won its second straight Pacific Coast Conference same by defeating Oregon, 42-15; Toledo whipped Detroit, 13-7, Maryland State turned back Hofstra, 19-13 and Denver defeated Drake, 33-7. Other top games on today's schedule: EAST — Brown vs. Columbia, Dartmouth vs. Colgate, Virginia Tech vs. Penn, Rutgers vs. Princeton, Baylor vs. Villanova, Cornell vs. Lehigh. MIDWEST—Washington vs. Minnesota, Marquette vs. Wisconsin, Kansas State vs. Iowa, Washington State vs. Kansas. Northwestern vs. Miami of Ohio, Purdue vs. College of the Pacific. SOUTH — Clemson.vs. Virginia, South Carolina vs. Wake Forest, Richmond vs. West Virginia, Mississippi vs. Kentucky, Tennessee vs. Mississippi State, Auburn v«. Chattanooga, Georgia vs. Vanderbilt. SOUTHWEST—Rice vs. Alabama Tulane vs. Texas, Louisiana State vs. Texas A & M, Texas Christian vs. Texas Tech, ardin Simmonn vs. Tulsa. Arkansas vs. Oklahoma A&M. .FAR WEST — Colorado vs. Arizona, Utah vs. Idaho, Stanford vs. Oregon State, Wyoming vs. Montana, Illinois vs. California. W. Memphis Nips Seminoles, 14-12 WEST MEMPHIS — West Memphis High rallied for two touchdowns — one of them a fluke — in the last quarter here last night to squeak past the Osceola Seminoles, 14-12, in a non-conference game. * Osceola was leading 12-0 going into the last quarter when an Osceola defender had batted down a West Memphis pass only to have It fall Into the arms of J. T. Holmes on the Osceola eight, Robert Holmes scored on a line buck on the next play for West Memphis. West Memphis' winning touchdown was set up on a 33-yard ptss from Robert Holmes to his broth^, J. T. Holmes, giving the Blue Devils the ball on the Osceola 27. Billy Johnson carried it over from the I two on the third running play of Shawnee Falls 27-0 To Marion By CHARLEV FELTS Courier Xewi Correspondent JOINER—Marion's Spartans stop- j the series, ped the Shawnee Indians' lone scor- Freshman scatback Ed Weldon Ing threat with a goal line fumble | scored Osccola's first touchdown in recovery in the first quarter here the first quarter after end J. W. last night and then went on to Reese fell on a West Memphis fum- drub the injury-riddled Indians by [ ble on the West Memphis 27. a 27-0 score. Another recovered fumble—this Paced by the fine passing and ball!°ne >>? Kelsm Hopkins-paved the handling of quarterback Fiatesi, the way for another Osceola touchdown Spartans pushed across three touch- »' the third quarter. Weldon again downs in the first half and one Ini™"' thro "6" ^ ™ddle to PW the second to completely overwhelm the Tribe.. Fratesi was Marion's big offensive Rim. He scored one touchdown himself and passed for the other three. In the first quarter he hit end Wilkerson deep in Shawnee terri- The Seminoles were on the march again when the game ended. They had driven to the West Memphis eight when the gun sounded. Osceola's starters were: LE—Reese, LT—Hulsey, LG— Robblns, C—Ellis, RG—Smith. RT—Lucas. RE—Gen- Harrison Loses 30-0 tory and Wilkerson scooted into the | t r y QB—Shoemake. LHB—Weldon, end aone. The play carried 14 yards. RHB—Hopkins, FB—Stovall. Sides kicked the first of three extra points. In the second period Pratesi got his touchdown when he sneaked over from the Shawnee two. Then he hit fullback Mayhue on a pass play that carried 68 yards. In the third period Fratesi passed Christian who lateralled off to 10 yard line late in the fourth quarter. Wilson came within about 10 yards of the goal line in the third period. Tfce game was Hayti's first tie of »"» wn « the season against one loss. ~^ rue Daniels Pelts St. Augustine High of Memphis crushed Harrison High of Blytheville 30-0, last night nt Memphis.. The Dragons play their first conference game next week at Wes-t Memphis. ion agi Wilson has won two gamee and lost none prior to this tie. Wilson Wright Carpenter Harnden Floyd Carpenter Buchanan Sano Cissell Pos. L.E. L.T. L.O. C. E.G. R.T. R.E. Q.B. H.B. H.B. F.B. Hayti Sides Chism Estes Brooks Noggle King Bums Richard Shirey Dean Pitttrjon M. chiles Sides with Sides going for the touchdown. The play covered 14 yards. Steele Brinker Beard Robins Baioni Blackford Wilkerson R. Fratesi Christain Sides Mayhue —WI SELLUSED: RefriiaratM M.M * I R»»[M M.N * WMhen MM * V.CMH «U»mm H.N * T.T. tt —WE REPAIR— ADAMS APPLIANCE CO. Mt-M W. ••!• I*. t-M71 Big Kill BILLINGS, Mont. Mi — In the 12 months ending June 30, federal predatory animal hunters killed 3,110 predators in Montana. The total included 1,541 coyotes, 1,447 bobcats, 120 marauding bears, one mountain lion and a v/olverine. Kimberlin P. Chiles Terry Hartley Sulcer Mahoney Substitutions: nett, J. Ashburn, 3. Ashburn, Streeter, Seymour. Marion — Williams, Bigger, Renner, Henning, Thomas, Ferguson, Mann, R. Sides, L. Fratesi. LONG-HAUL SAVE ON _ TRUCK INSURANCE See—United Ins. Co. Ill W. Main Ph.3-6812 BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING Monday, Sept. M 1:15 p.m. Chief Chief Lone Eagle & Little Eagle Vt. Adult* 5<k — Child™ 15e Two 1-Fall Matches Lone EagU vi. Boris Kalmikoff & John Silver* M Minutt Tint Limit — B«rt 1 out of I Falta John Silvers •nd Chta Little Eagle vs. Kalmikoff M Minutt Time Limit

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