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SATURDAY, JULY 29, 1950 BLYTHEVn.t.E (ARK.) COURIER NEW? PAGEFIVB Lloyd to Play on West Team In All-Star High School Tilt J. A. Lloyd, Blytheville High School All-American tnckle, will bo one of the three Arkansas players to see action in second annual Kast-Wesl national all-star high 1'oot- l>pl game at Crump Stadium in Memphis Aug. 9. Reports thai Lloyd had been * chosei as one of the 24 members of the West team were verified yes- terday with t li c >'_ _ release of the official team rosters. The other Uvo Arkansas athletes ; chosen as inem- 1 hers of tlie West team arc Tom Garlington, 200- pnund end from El Dorado 'and Charles Hallum C a m d c n High School halfback. , The national J. A. Lloyd high school all- star game Is sponsored by the Wigwam Wisemen of America, a fraternal organization with heaclquar- iers ui OKlahoma City. James Clarke (Mosc) Si 1111115, former at. Mary's University football coach, is promoting the same. The Oklahoma City organization Inaugurated the all-star game last year. This game was played in Corpus Christ!, Tex. ^Che choosing of Lloyd to play <ffn the West team in the 1950 game, gave Blytheville the distinction of being one of the few cities in the nation to send an athlete to both games. Last year Denny Gentry, the Chicks all-state end who Also received honorable mention all- American honors, played for the West team. The game Is to be played at nigh vith game time set for 8:15 p.m. 33 States Represented The 48 players chosen to compose the East and West teams come fron 33 states. Fifteen states are repro scntcd on the West team and 18 on the East squad. The players picked to see service in the all-star game were chosen from the 1.200 schoolboy gridders that were named to one of the Wisemcn's all-American higli school squad which was picked by the votes of sporkwriters and sportscasters from all parts of the nation. Members of the two teams are to report to the campus of Memphis Slate College, Monday to begin training for the game. The boys will be guests of Memphis Slate during their stay In Memphis. Tickets for the all-star game have been placed on sale at Crump Stadium in Memphis. Tigers' Lead Cut to Halt-Game As Race in American Tightens Snead Takes J -Stroke Lead Sioux City SIOUX CITY, la.. July 23. OP)— Sammy Sncacl is running ahead of schedule In hts bid for mor^ top money along the professional golf circuit. Sloniminc; Sam figured it would take 267 to win llie first nrize £2,600 in the 72-hole SEoux City Open, Naturally, he had his own plans to get that 267 or better. At the halfway mnrk toward his coal, Snead had used 131 strokes. The same pace in tnday's third round and tomorrow's final 18 holes would put him well below his pre- tbnrnamcnl estimate. Snead clicked for a 66. six tinder par for the 6,506 -yard Elm wood Course, in the second round yesterday. That figure, added to his opening 65 gave him a one stroke lead over 22-year-old Paul O'Leary of Bismarck, N,D, O'Leary was on the hoard with 132 after two GO'S. Skip Alexander and Jack Burke, Jr., were tied for the third spot with 133's. T hey had a s tvoke margin over Henry Ransom with his 134; Dapper Lloyd Mangrum had a 65 on the second round for 136 along with 1 (Porky) Oliver, Seattle; Julius oros. Mid Pines, N.C., and Fred 'awkins, El Paso, Tex. A field of 66 players. Including ine amateurs, qualified for the nal 36 holes. 2ft. All-Stars Play ^ntra-Sauad Game Tonight OCONOMOWOC, Wis.. July 2 M>)— The College. All-Stars tonight reach the shake-down phase of their preparations for the Aug. 11 football game with the Philadelphia Eagles >t Chicago's Soldier Field. Head Coach Eddie Anderson will scrutinize his collegians under fire In a regulation intra-stiuad game Doak Walker. Southern Methodist halfback, will captain the Blues. Charley Justice, of North Carolina, like Walker an All-America halfback, leads the Golds. Each squad will have 7.3 players with Eddie Le Baron. College of Pacific quarterback, dividing his time between both teams. Besides Justice, the Blue lineup also Includes Jim Martin of Notre Dame and Walt Kersulis of Illinois ends: Lou Karras. Purdue, and Lou Creekmur, William and Mary, tackles: Stan West. Oklahoma, and Jim Crawford, Oregon Stale, guards Clay Tonnemaker, Minnesota, center: Adrian Burk. Baylor, quarterback; Larry Coutre. Notre Dame halfback; and Emil Sitko, Notn Dame, fullback. Walker's Gold starters include Art Weiner. North Carolina, and Bob Mcchesny. Hardtn-simmons ends: Leo Nomellini. Minnesota and Don Campora. College of Pa rific. tackles, Ed Baifdon. Michigan Stale, and George Hushes. William fr.nd Mary, guards; Harry Ulinsk! ^Kentucky, center; Travis Tidwei: Auburn, qnuartcrback; Lynn Chand nols. Michigan Slate, halfback; an< Fred Morrison. Ohio State, full oacK. Applebaum Nine Beats Saliba 11-2 Phil Applebaum's (earn smother cd the Fred S. Saliba Compan nine 11-2 in a Bay Window Leagu Playoff game at Walker Park yes terday afternoon. Htiey and Lules pitched for th victors. The win was Applebaum first since June 6. Second games of the first-roun series in the playoff continues ne> week. Fishermen of Hainan Island fre qucntly make three-month voyage for sea slugs, turtles and harkfln Major League Leaders I>Tajor T.eague Leaders By The Associated rres.1 National League Batting—Robinson. Brooklyn .370; fuslal, St. Louis .361. nuns—Jones. Philadelphia 73; Ciner. Pittsburgh 71. Runs batted in—Ennis. Philadel- hia 80; Kiner, Pittsburgh 79. Hits—Musial. St. Louis 121; Eob- ,ison, Brooklyn 120. Doubles—Musial, St. Louis 32- Schoen'dlenst. St. "Louis and Robnson. Brooklyn 28. Triples A 5 h b u r n, Philadelphia 1; 4 players tied with 6. Home rnus—K i n e r, Pittsburgh 8; Jones, Philadelphia and Pafko Chicago 21. Stolen bases—DiMaggio, Boslon 5; Robinson, Brooklyn 9. Slrikeouts—Spahn, Boston 125 Simmons, Philadelphia 110. Pitching—M 11 1 e r, Philadelphia -2 .818; Lanicr, St. Louis 9-3 .750 American I^>Kue Batting—Doby. Cleveland .350 Evers, Detroit .346. Runs—Stephens, Boston 83; Di Maggie, Boston 80. Runs batted In—Stephens, Bos on 99; Dropo, Boslon 94. Hits- Kell, Detroit 128; Rizzuto ^ew York 122. Doubles—Kell, Detroit 23; Zar lla, Boston 24. Triples—Evers, Detroit 8; Doerr Boston and Groth. Detroit 7. Home runs—Rosen, Cleveland 29; Williams, Boston 25. Stolen bases—J e t h r o e. Boston 10; Valo, Philadelphia and Doby. Cleveland 7. Strikeouls—Reynolds. New York 102; Lemon, Cleveland 94. Pitching—Lemon. Cleveland 15-4; '89; Gray, Detroit 10-4. .714. BY JACK HAM) Associated Press Sports Writer The panic Is on fn the American League, Detroit's lead, shriveled to a half game, is inciting before the charge of New York and Cleveland With the Tiger pitching folding and the Yanks and Inrians slashing home runs, the American jumble now is tighter than the National Detroit still is on top. But much longer tan they hold on'. Although they braced against Bos ton Thursday, they bowed to Philadelphia, 7-G, last night. Nov. 1 tlie> have lost six of their last eight. v iv Wcrta till his 17th and IStri lomcrs against the A's ~but evci hat wasn't enough. A iwo-rui purl in the ninth on Elmer Vsilo': ingle, Sam Chapman's triple am in infield out gave the A's the wii •vcr reliefer Hal White. While this disaster befell the Tigers, the Yanks hammered out a -I edge over Chicago on homers bj lank Bauer and Phil Rimilo and ight six-hit pitching by Allle Reynolds. Etosen Takes Homer Lead Al Rosen, never considered a hrcat to the home run honors, hit his 28th and 29th for Cleveland in ,he Tiger's 13-1 rninbcl over Boson Rosen now leads the majors, one ahead of Ralph Kiner of Pittsburgh, sidelined by a sore back. St. Louis pulled one out of the ire in the ninth again, edging kVashington, 5-4, on Ken Wood's single with two out. The National League race was shoved into the background by the rain-interrupted struggle between 2hicngo and Brooklyn that was not finished until almost five hours after it started, Chicago won, 12-5, leaving the Brooks In fourth place, five games out of first. To Bdci to the confusion, the Cubs tost a run in the fifth because Carmen Mauro batted out of turn. The lineup that Manager Frankie Frisch gave the p.A. announcer didn't jibe with, the one Coach Spud Davis gave the umpires. Bob Miller Wins Bonus Bob Miller, the Phil? rookie sensation, boosted the National League leaders' margin to 2',^ games with a 4-1 win over Pittsburgh, It was Miller's ninth success. Three runs off Bill McDonald In the third with the help of sloppy Pirate fielding did the job for the Phils. Larry Jansen took a fall out of the second place St. Louis Cards, 8-3, for his llth victory. The crnfty New York Giants righthander scattered nine hits and led the attack on loser Al Brazle. with his first major league home run in \he second inning, it was the Giants' eighth straight win. Ewell Btackwell. with fine relief help from Frank Smith, beat Boston for the first time this season 8-5. An 11-hit attack on Bob Chipman, Ernie Johnson and Norm Roy helped Cincinnati snap a four- game losing streak. -Blacky had shutout until the eighth when Ei Torgeson sparked a four-run rail} with a homer with two on. lazorbacks Gain 21-19 CSL Win Burnett Team Blasts Jaycees For 15-5 Victory The ccllnr-dwelling Uazorbacks of .he Razorback Drive-In won their second game of the season, both in succession, last ni-ht defeating Montgomery-Ward 21-1D In the iMHcuo of a league doublchcader it Walker Park. fn the first game of the loop twin- Jill Burnett Hudson's Pacemakers ;ot back on the winning trail by blasting the Jaycees 15-5. The R^zorbscks, youngest team in the City Lenguc, jumced on two Montgomery-Ward hurlers for o total of 13 base hits and took advantage of eight tases on balls and four Montgomery-Ward errors to account for their runs. But, Caldwell. who went the route for the Hogs, wasn't exactly a mystery allowing 15 base hits Including a 1 'fifth inning homer by Wlxson. The Rnzorbacks scored In cvcrj inning of (he wild affair while' Montgomery-Ward counted En only fot'r frames. Two rims in (lie fiflh ?nd nne in the sixth decided It for the Porkers. Billy Denton started for the Pacemakers in the first game but retired In favor of Burnett after the Hml- sons hnd built up a substantial lead. Duclos started for the Jaycees but was relieved by Holmes in the fourth. The Pacemakers collected a total of 12 hits off the two Jaycce urlers. The Pacemakers scored 13 of their ' runs in the first two innings ith an eight-tally outburst in the rst and a five-run second. Lloyd cont?. and Tom Taylor homered r the victors. Another make-up doubtehenrtcr on tap for Monday night with onlgomery - Ward scheduled to lay Ark-Mo in the first game and he Razorbacks slated to play. Wade ee Cotton Company in the second. SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION w L r«. Atlanta 63 36 .636 Birmingham BO 40 .596 Nashville 59 Memphis Mobile New Orleans Chattanooga Little Rock 34 NATIONAL Philadelphia St. Louis . . Boston Ilrooklyn . . Ne\v York . . Chicago . .. Cincinnati . Pittsburgh . LEAGUE W I, ....56 38 .... 62 39 40 47 44 .... 40 38 ... 33 AMERICAN Detroit . ... New York . Cleveland . . Boston . Washington Chicago . .. Philadelphia St. Louis . , LEAGUE H' L ....87 34 ...57 ...87 ... 63 ...42 ...38 ... 34 ...33 .507 .520 .455 .449 .422 .351 Pet. 596 .511 .651 .547 .489 .455 .422 .361 Pet. .620! .820 .006 ,5(i4 .467 .400 .362 .359 Piggott Meets Caraway Tomorrow In Finals of District Legion Tourney By BOBBY C. WATSON Courier Newt Correspondent PiKjfolt moved into the driver's seat in tlie District Legion tournament at Osceol« night by coming from behind to defeat Caraway 11-3. They May Be 'Old Men' But 44 BWL Hitters Are in '300 Circle' Australians Win In Davis Cup Play MEXICO CITY. July 29. (.'PI— The heavily favored Australian Davis Cup tennis team needed only to win the doubles match against Mexico today to advance to the Inter-zone finals. Or. if the Mexicans should upset the dope and take the doubles, the Aussies can win one of the remaining two singles slated for tomorrow. Non-playing Captain Harry Hop- rrnn's racket swingers, shooting for the challenge round against the United Slates, whiopcd through the opening ' two singles contests yesterday when Frank Scdgman and Jack Bromwich won their matches The 22-year-old Scclsman. No. I hope of the Aussies to take the cup back down under, defeated Gustavo Palafox. Mexican singles champion 6-4 6-4. G-2. while the veteran" Internationalist. Br"mwich. slopped Armando Vega. 3-6, 6-0, 6-2..6-2 Vols in Thick Of Flag Race With Twin Win Ry The Associated Fres While the leaders' backs wcr turned last night the tfashvlllc Vo jumped square, into the middle t the Southern Association pcnnai pursuit. The Vols have been sneaking u the Southern standings since Ma 25 when they broke out of sevent place. Now they are only six a half games back of league leadin Atlanta. Nashville whipped Mobile In donblelicader 10-7 and 6-3 e picked up a full game on Atlant and second place Birmingham. The Memphis-Atlanta. Lift Rock-Birmingham and Chattanoc 8a-New Orleans fames were ralnr out- Yestcrdav's Rrsults Southern Association Nashville 10-6. Mobile 1-3 Other games rained out National t^a^ne Philadelphia 4. Pittsburgh 1 New York 8. St. Louis 3 Cincinnati 8. Boston 5 Chicago 12. Brooklyn 5 American League Philadelphia 7. Detroit 6 Cleveland 13, Boston 1 New York 4. Chicago 1 St. Louis 5. Washington A McMath Orders Loan LITTLE ROCK. July 20. (AP) — Governor McMath has ordered loan of S75.000 from his emergency iund U> the Arkansas penitentiary. The self-supporting penitentiary nas exhausted it.s current operating funds, McMath's proclamation said The loan U to be repaid after this year's coton crop Is harvested. KKSOLUTION WHEREAS. Dell School District] '(). 23 of Mississippi County. Ark- nsa.5, proposes to issue $68,000 in chool bonds for the pur|K)sc of rcctinj; and equipping an clemen- •uy school and gym., and desires o submit to the clators of the Dls- rict at the annual school election be held on September 26, 1950, he question of iMuing the bonds nd voting a continuing buiklmg Iind tax of 15 mills for their pay- lent, beginning with tax&s collect- d in 1952: NOW. THEREFORE. BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Directors >J said school district that: 1. They do adopt as the budget or the fiscal year beginning July 9—, that budget attached hereto is Exhibit "A" and made a part hereof, proposing that the elec*ors 'ote a total school tax of 23 mills, il which 15 mills shall be a contin- iing building fund tax for the purpose of paying the principal and nterest of the proposed bond Isue of 568.000, which II Is estimated vill run for approximately 15 yeavs; ind that the President and Secre- ary. publish said budget once n I vcek for three weeks, beginning not ater than July 27, 1950, in Blytheville Courier News. B newspaper published in this county, 2. The President and Secretary of the Bciard of Directors are hereby authorized, and directed to request the .County Board of Election Commissioners to prepare the ballot and submit the question of a lolal school tax of 20 mills, ol which ' 15 mills shall be a continuing building fund tax; to provide for the election of one director; and to conduct and hold the annual electior as required by Act 56 of the yea- 1940. 3. The President and Secreta^ are hereby authorized and direr.t- to advise the County Supervisor the action of the Board and to r< quest that he carry In his notice i election for this district the pp posed mlllagc Including the cor tinuing building fund mlllage ta- with the provision that the surph revenue from the building lun- millsge may be used for othc: school purposes. 4. The President and S5<:rct?.r; ure hereby authorized and instruct cd to advise the Sheriff of the ac tlon of the Board, to the end thr- he may include the milla?e for tlv District In the posting and pub Itshing of his proclamation of the annual school election. 5. The President and Sccretar: arc hereby authorized to publish • legal notice of the sale of the pro posed bond issue. In such form a 1 will comply with the law and thcj deem advisable. CERTIFICATE I. the undersigned. Secretary o' She Board of Directors of the abov District, certify the foregoing to b' a true copy of a resolution clulj adopted on July 8. 1950. CERTIFIED under my hand an' the seal of said District this July 17, 1050. R. B. Crawford, Secretary 722-29-1.5 Today's Games Southern Association Memphis at Atlanta, 2 night Little Flock at. Hirminghani. night Nashville at Mobile, night Chattanooga at New Orleans. niRht National l.tarne Pittsburgh at Philadelphia Chicago at Brooklyn (2) Cincinnati At Boston St. Louis at New York American Learn* Philadelphia at Detroit Boston at Cleveland , New York at Chicago . Washington at St. Louis Marriage Licenses The following couple yesterday obtained a marriage license at the otllce of Mrs. Elizabeth Blythc county clerk: WaV.c E. Hcrritnan and Miss Marilyn L. Nolln, both of Mlllforri, 111. Maybe it is an "old man's" and the players aren't what they used to be, but the Bay Window League has more Ihan Its share of .300 hiHcrs. Season natting averages compiled yeslcrday show that the Bay Window League's "300 Circle" at present has 44 members. That's quite a record in anybody's league. Heading the list of .300 or better hitters is Jimmy Fisher, outfielder '01 ihe Courier News Dirty Sox. ?lslier finished regular season piny balling a lusty .537 with 22 base lits In 41 times at bat. Running second and 37 points bc- linrt Kislw Is Plimkctt of Burnett Hudsnn Sales, who is hitting an even .500. Third Is Hank Ilaines of he Courier with a mark of .484 and fourth Is Bunch of Mead's Tigers with .454. Other .30* Hitlers Oilier members of the "300 circle" are: Mills. Courier .450; Cnndellsh. Mead's .450; E. Raliba, Sallba .447: !i. Lnlcs. Apnlcbnum .440: Hays Courier 429; D. Wnlson, Ark-Mo 421; o. Snllba. Saliba .421; Bp- hannlnK. Mead's .421; Austin. Ark- Mo .417; P. Boyett. Whlsenhunt .413; Godwin. Godwin .409; Stearns Applcbnum .405; Hyde. Mead's .400: K. Wilson, Whlsenhunt .400; L«i- beltcr. Godwin .305: Francis, Courier .304; George. Sallba .384: Chapman. Burnett .393; Smith, Burnett .387; DC. Jarnett. Godwin .375 near. Apnlcbaum .371: Burnett Mead's .359; Clark. Courier .353 Stalling!!, Burnett .342; Gray. Ark- Mo .333; DaURhcrly, Ark-Mo .333; Berry. Whlsenhunt .333; Wilson, Godwin .333; Child.s. Mead's .325; Pon, Godwin .324; Human, Courier .324; Klnniugham. Burnett .321; Long, Burnett, .120; Tolbcrt, Snliba .320; Kneas. Whlsenhunt .320; R. Lutes. Applcbaum .308; C. Bevlll. Godwin ,306; Hardy Courier .305; and Crawford, Applebaum .300, The Courier News Is leading In team batting with an average at .380 with Mead's second at .324, Burnett third at .320, Godwin fourth at .312. Saliba fifth at .311. Whisenhunt sixth with .304. Applebaum seventh with .206 and Ark-Mo eighth with .289. Hall, Martinez To Return as Tag Bout Team Finis Hal] and Charley Mai line,-, who have hatl a lot of success recently as a tag team, rcliirn to Memorial Auditorium Monday metis, as onc-lialf or the tug mutch mntn event of the American Legion's weekly wrc<tllne touts. * Piggott, took the lead In th« »l»th with a five run outburst featured by shortstop Don Karmon'i basti clearing triple. Alter that blow, th« Caraway defense fell »part »r.d Piggott counted three time* in the seventh. twice in the eighth ind once In the ninth. Caraway's heavy hitting youngsters, who had rolled up 55 ruin In their three previous game* could touch Doug Wellman ror only 4 hits a.s he .lent 12 down by the strikeout route. He walked only three. Paul Lcggetl caught th« brunt of the Piggott attack. Caraway must come back .Sunday afternoon to try to remain In ihc tournament. Should Piggott hang, another defeat on them, lh« tournament will be over with Pis- aott the new champs. If Caraway comc-s out on top ol th« (irst game Sunday. It will necessitate a second Hall and Martinez are slated to meet Lucky Gllpln and Jack Moody In the best two of three falls, 90- mtnute time limit J tealurr bout. Hall and Martinez made tlieir debut here a.s a tag team three weeks ago and with two straight victories won the support of the mat fails. This will be (he first appearance here as a team for Mootly and Oil- pln. Both are native TenneMeeulls, with Moody hailing from Dyersburg and Ollpin from Chattanooga. Monday night's bout very nearly stacks up with the tag bout of last Monday night which sent Ralph Oai-abalrtl and Roy Welch against Walter Slrols and Hall. GarabaMI and Welch won the decision. Two one-fall preliminary bouts are also on the card with Gilpiii meeting Martinet and Hall meeting Moody. Rame to be played for the title. Osceola eliminated Plggolt eliminated the last Mississippi County entry yesterday afternoon by thumping Osccola IS to 1. Tommy Spiers opened for Csceo- la but gave up six walks In the very first Inning to allow Piggott to push across three runs. Another followed In the third, but Osceola crjne back with three In their hilt of the third. pushed across three in the fourth and coasted in. Wildne^.s ;)lagued the two Osceola pitchers ta lollow Spiers although Piggott could collect only eight hits, one Jess than Osceol*. O:ccola With the Courts Common f*1*an: J. W. Blcvlns vs. Fulton Ott,s, for $6.50 debt, and vendor's lle suit Swede Net Team Topples Danes BAASTAD. Sweden. July 20. (/P)— Sweden's Davis Cuji tennis team was expected to clinch the European zone title today In'Its doubles match with Denmark. The heavily favored Swedes took a 2-0 lead In the bcst-of-ltve finn series by capturing both singles matches. Torstcn Johansson defeated Torben Ulrlch. 6-1. 4-6, 6-3 6-1, then Sven Davldsson tumbled Kurt Nielsen. 7-5, 3-6, 6-2. 6-4. The European victor will play thtt North American zone winner— Australia or Mexico—at Rye, N.Y. Aug. 11-13. The survivor of that series will challenge the Unllec States for the Davis Cup. B. Tale. s.i McLean, cf .... Langslon, cf .. Stevens ,lf Spiers, p-lb Stanford, Ib-p . Kennedy, 3b-p . While, rf Bennett, rf .... R. Tale, 2b Wilnsnks. 2b ... Senter, c Totals Piggott Brown, If ...... Irby, 2b Harmon, s.1 .... Wellman, p .... Richardson, c .'. Janes, cf Rocder. rf Gatewood, Ib-p Droadway, p ... xHogers Caldwcll, p .... Golden, p Tolals AB R H .411 1 2 0 0 2 2 1 0 1 3 0 « T » AB R H 41 14 I x—balled for Broadway in third. THANKS TO THE CITIZENS OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY The people of Mississippi County have decided who they want for their State Senator for the next 4 years. It is my hope that some good will come from the effort I made. To The Minos, migrants from southern China, may be the earliest In- I habitants of Hainan Island. I AUTO GLASS I Installed Blytheville Glass & Paint Co. 136 E. Main Phone 6716 BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING Mondoy, July 31 8:15 p.m. TAG MATCH Lucky Gilpin & Jack Moody Y*. Finis Hall & Charley Martinez For Reserved Seats, Call 3389 Adults 50c—Children 15« Alto 2 1-Foll 30 Minuti Matches Gilpin vs. Martinez Hall vs. Moody my opponent; a wish for a successful term i n t h e Arkansas Legislature, and I shall cooperate as any citizen should in an effort to make our community and state a better place in which to live.. To the people who voted for my opponent, 1 definitely have no ill feelings and assure them I feel they voted their honest convictions as to what they thought best. To the many friends, who worked so long and hard in the interest of my candidacy and the 3752 people who voted for me, a humble thanks from a grateful young man. Sincere//, BILL NICHOLSON

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