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PAGE TEN 8LYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NBWg Stat* Championship In Football to Be Decided on Points The proposed creation of i special football classification for the ' Iwger high schools of the state became a reality yesterday when tha Arkansas Athletic Association revised its state play-off system to Include a new Triple-A division. Formation of the new division, to be known as the "Big Six Conference",- was given the final okay at a meeting of representatives of association member schools In Little Rock. There was no opposition to the proposal. The Triple-A division \vns given the monicker of the "Big Six Conference" because only the six larger «chools of the stale are at present •ligible for entry. However the playoff revision did not set a tea:)] membership limit, the only requirement if that member schools have a high school enrollment of at least 600 student*. Th« six teams to be included in the new conference arc Little Rock. North Little Rock, Hot Springs, El Dorado, Fort Smith and Pine Bluf. r . Called Trlpl«-A Division These schools will begin leagua play with the opening ol the 1948 season. Each Big Six school must play every other member team with the conference championship to tie determined on a percentage bails of games won and lost. Winner at the conference title will be declav- «d Triple-A champs of the state. No play-off will be held in the .new AAA division. However the rs- /vision authorizes a post-season •play-off between the winners of tho AAA division and champions of the Double-A classification provided that both teams concerned agree. ', Narrows Chick Competition Creation of the now classification removed the Big Six teams Jrom • the Double-A brackets of which •ach was a member last year. This narrows the Double-A division doVn to 14 teams including Blytlieville High School. Others are Subiaco, ^Fayetteville, Jonesboro, Hope, for- idyce, Texarkana, Rogers, Springdale, Van Buren, Russellville, Cam',den, Smackover and Harrison. • I The A and B divisions of the playoff system were not affected by the ^changes approved at the meeting. -. In getting the new division approved the six member schools hal .to make concessions iu order Ui gain their goal. The member schools • greed to pay the Arkansas Athletic Association, in addition to regular membership dues, a 10 cent per pupil fee to offset revenue the assr>- ciation would lose with the Big Six not participating In a regular play-olf. Athletics' Own Hall of Fame High Schools Agree on BigSixSet-up Decision Leaves AA Group With Only 14 Teams SATURDAY, APRIL 10, Cincinnati Reds Throw Scare Into Odd-Makers By Blasting Braves 13-4 FLORENCE, 8. C., April 10. (UP! —The Cincinnati Reds, victorious in 11 out of their last 12 exhibition Barnes, today threw a liberal scare into the rest of the National League and a genuine fright into the odds- makers, who recently quoted them at 20 to 1. The Reds trounced the Boston Braves. 13 to 4. yesterday, hoppln-? on Boston ace Johnny Sain for 10 hits and nine runs In the first three innings. Outfielder Hank Sauer an.1 third baseman Grady Hatton of the licds each collected four hits, including two home runs b Saucr and one by Hatton. MOUl/rnre. Ga., April 10 (UP) — The Philadelphia Athletics movcl on to Birmingham, Ala,, today, their appetites for beef and basehils sufficiently whetted. The A's snapped a six-game losing streak by swamping their Moul- Irie farm hands. 11 to 0, yesterday After the contest, citizens"of Monl- trie sta-jed a Barbecue for the Philadelphia Players. Connie Mack may not win the American [.oiifjiie pennant, but the Athletics arc Ihe only major league club ivilh three—count 'cm—pitchers who have turned in no-hit no-run gamp* in die" minors Bill McCahan left, did nol wulk a man coming close to a perfccl name blrmkinK I lie Suinlors i-0 last Sept, 3. loilmR for the While Sox, bespectacled Uill Dietrich, center, achieved the pinnacle. <.f Fowler also took udvanlagc »! iuai m.^i, j. luiiidK iui me wniie iox, bespectacled mil uictr niound proficiency shutting out the Browns, 8-0, Juno I. 19117.. the St. Louis club. 1-0, Sept. 9, J9-15. Dodgers Win Grapefruit Loop iMasked Wrestler IA/-.I ^-rii/. . . .- . To Perform In Blytheville WUIJ^I .? TT f|| \JIUpCIIUIl 1_UUU I With 27 Wins Against One Loss To Perform NEW YORK. April 10. (UP) Say, waiter! Split that grapefruit three ways—and serve each one of the New York baseball clubs nn equal slice. The Brooklyn Dodgers, New York Yankees and New York Giants earned their share of the citrus today by finishing one, two, three resireclively. In the Spring grapefruit, league as all of the 16 major league teams begnn the final leg of the tortuous journey home. Brooklyn, feasting on minor league pickings exclusively, compiled 27 victories against a lone detent for a sumptuous .OC4 percentage. Charleston of the Sally League defeated Brooklyn's "B" 5 r[uad for the Dodgers' only 51 " Bucky Harris 1 World Champion Yankees won 21 and lost 10 for the runnerup figure of .667, while the Gtams, sparked by 39 home runs in 27 games, won 17 and dropped 10 for a .830 mark. Cleveland Indians Fourth conquests and 10 losses for .615. Cincinnati, W 'Hh 17 victories and 11 defeats, was in fifth place with .607, but the Reds 11 victories in their last '2 starts rated them the hottest contingent in the grapefruit sector. Detroit ranked sixth with 17 triumphs and 12 setbacks for .583, while Pittsburgh and the Boston Braves were lied for seventh place, each with H victories and 11 losses for .560. Joe McCarthy's Boston Red Sox, favored by many to win the American League pennant, were no better than ninth with 13 victories and II reverses fora .542 average. In a battle for the cellar, the Philadelphia Phillies, who won 13 . ami lost 23 for a .324 mark, were 'Chicago White Sox with lo'and 20 for .333 A masked wrestler who calls himself "the demon" will make his MONTGOMERY. Ala.. April 10. (UP)—Local fans were far from impressed today with the vaunted power nf Iho world champion New Y-'k Yankees. First, of nil, the Yankees took 11 innincs before downing the Monti-ornery Rebels of the Class B SoulK- eaitern Lci-guc. 8 to S. yesterday. And secondly, Joe DiMag'gio lifted I lie ball out of the infield only onc° in four tries against 32-year-old riqht-handcr Bill Davis, who hurled nine innings for the Rebels. DALLAS. Tex.. April 10. <[JP> The St. Louis Browns closed their initial appearance in Blythevilie ! s P'' in S series against the Chicago ng in the Cubs today, boasting an eigl Monday night performing" „ tug match feature of the American Legion's weekly wrestling show. The masked grapplcr, who hides lii.5 identity under & black hood will team with Prankie Hill in the tag leatnre opposing Kala Pasha, tha. Arabian mcanie and his No i nal i u " Billy Brooks. ' ' homers for Chicago. Just what the demon's real name, is, no one but himself and ha booking agents know. And. if he edge in the 13 games played despite their loss to the National Leagueis yesterday. Hank Borowy of the Cubs went, the distance, scattering six hits and bcatins: St. Louis. 6 to 2. Clyde McCullough and Clarence Maddern hit season after coasting to six-hit 4 to 2 victory over the Memphis Chlcka of the Southern Association. My Request Favored In Jamaica Feature NEW YORK, April 10. <UP)-My Request ruled favorite iji the experimental handicap No. a at Jamaica today, but he had one great enemy — distance-as eight Kcn- iu°fti ^, by h °P efuls a "1 a" ineligible filly answered the strains of "boots and saddles." Ben F. Whitaker's chestnut colt breezed to vlclory in the experimental NO. i last week, but that was a mere six furlong dash Today's race presented a much 'more severe test over a mile and a sixteenth. Baptists in Osceofcr Plan Evangelistic Campaign The Rev. Homer E. Kirkpatrlck Bapist evangelist, will lead a scries of revival meetings at the First Baptist Church in Osceola, which will open tomorrow and continue through Sunday, April 25, the Rev Russell J. ciu' \ pastor of Ihe Osceola Church, announced today. During the past four years Rev Mr. Kirkpatrick has preached in 21 slates, preaching 6S7 times (n nine states during 1947. He has been used mightily of God In bringing about great spiritual awakenings and the winning of many to Christ, the Rev. Mr. Clubb saiti. There have been more than 4,000 professions of faith in his meetings during the last four years. He has also been successful in pastorates held in Arkansas, Louisiana, and Oklahoma, i The services will be held twice daily- 9;30 a. m. and 7:4.5 p. m. Gubernatorial Aspirants Busy Governor Laney Decides Against Bid for Third Term (By Unlied Press) Blasted loose from the logjam of uncertainty by [he final and definite withdrawal of Gov. Ben Lanoy from the 1848 gubernatorial race, the stream of announcements by "possible" candidates appeared ready to flow today. It had already been led off by Alt. Gen. Guy E. Williams, who announced that he was a candidate just a few hours after the Governor announced that he wasn't. "I make this statement now." Williams said." so that my frlendy throughout the state will know that Lain in the race." "At the propel' time I will present my platform and will carry my cause to tile people in every section of the state." he said. Williams is now serving his thiid term as attorney general. He joined other men whose hats are definitely in the ring. They are James Mackrel), John Lonsdalc. Jr., ~nd James Merrill. Meanwhile. Internal Revenue Commissioner Horace Thompson said "I am still considering making tho race," and added lhat he would have a statement in "a short time.' J. Wesley Sarnpier of Rogers, former state American Legion commander said he would not h;ivc a statement for "three or four days.' Judge James M. Mnlonc of Lonoxc said he Is giving "considerable thought" to being a candidate and said he would have an announcement forthcoming "soon." Jack Holt of Little Rock said he was KoitlB to wnit a while longer before making any public announc- ment. Sidney. McMath. Garland County prosecutor, was expected to , make his announcement momentarily. Dial 126 Opcnlnr 1; Starts 1;3f TONIGHT "Oklahoma Raiders" «Uli Tex Kllier and Fuzcy Knight Serial "The Royal Mounted Kltir* Again" Also Shorts SATURDAY MIDNITE SHOW SUrts at 10:45 p.m. "She Wolf of London" with .limp I.ockhnrl and Dmi Porlrr ALso Shorts Outstanding accomplishments of' t; ™ onc-fii" p. linary hoi lh« Spring training season were I H111 '""S'i'ig wit.i Pasha in I the six home runs hit In one con- lul<1 l ' le demon swaplng ho! the six home runs hit In one contest by the Giants and a sterling — - ^ • ""> MI no-hit, no-run game turned in The Cleveland Indians, who pac- against the hard-hitting Yankees cd tho American League last week, by sawcd-off Murry Dickson of the slumped to fourth place with 16> Cardinals, operates like most hooded erappiers he wiil not identify himself to Blytheville fans until he has been Ue- I leated In the ring here. Preceding the main event, the four mat perfc 13 will pair off :n two one-fall p. linary bouts with the first ,-..ig holds with Brooks in the second. | The London Fire Brigade has \ made a change in headgear. The' .brass hclments have given wny to! | leather, which Is a non-conduclor SAN DIEGO. Calif. April 10 lUP) of elcctricit y and so lessens the -Eivin (Buster) Adams, holdout nsk of shock ' mittiel.ler with the Philadelphia Phillies, was the property of the San Diego Padres of the Pacific Coipt League today after being sold for "a very substantial sum." Nine-Yeor-Old Cattle Buyer Makes Purchase With an Expert's Ability MEMPHIS. Tcnn., April 10. (UP) J lor Livestock show —Nine-year-old Corbett Yca e cr, Jr.,' In progress nl [he and Sate Unknown Texan Suprises Field In Masters Meet AUGUSTA, Ga.. April 10. (UPl — Harry Totid. a comparatively nn- LUBBOCK, Tex., April 10. (UP) i —The New York Giants, latest claimants to the title of "murderers row," chalked up another exhibition game victory today and once again home runs played n prominent role. Catcher Walker Cooper. Inficldcr Jack Lohrke and outfielder SM Gordon each hit for the circuit yes- ierday to lead the Giants to a lo to 2 triumph over the Cleveland Tn- dians. It marked the Giants 17th Spring victory. BLYTHEVILLE'S ONLY Dr. W. A. Taylor VETERINARIAN Calls Made—Farm & Town Day Phone .1481 Night. Phone 2138 Show Starts Weekdays 7:(M) p.m. Saturday J:l)0 p.m.; Sunday 2 p.m. Five Men Qualify As Umpires in Missco League Five umpires received official certification of the Mississippi County Semi-Pro Baseball League today following successful completion of courses in the league's umpire father." ' ••' •"•»• J.V...VM iwn uvuuft XUIUb. 1 ne over his right eye, his walking cane at auction today. swinging Jauntily in (lie fashion of the true cattleman, approached Glenn Howard, stock cattle dcnter at the soulh Memphis Livestock Exchange. "I .wanna buy a good Hereford heifer," the boy said. Howard "sized up" Ihe prospective customer and stammered "Sure, you'd like to sec them? But maybe you'd better get your of later , will receive certification j erdfe ™ «" ..,,,, H ,,„,(„, , , ,. ''""' '"•Here it or \\r,'., 'said How' " 1ChC<i le bc * 1 hclfer during the coming season. The cor- j -Hruv tlfled officials will work in pairs' Yeatrer with two umpires to be employed to I "s ny ' The league sponsored school com- ' •••»»- • pleted last night included courses in rule interpretation and leaauc policy. muah for her?" asked pound." Sports Scribes Pick Vols to Win Dixie Association PENSACOLA. Fla., April 10. (UP) — Southern Association baseball I writers made Nnshville a heavy favorite to win the championship in a poll held today by Sports Editor Fred Russell of the Nashville Banner. Thirteen of the 17 sporls writers polled picked Nashville to win and none placed the Vols lower than third. There were three first place votes for the Atlanta Crackers and one for the Birmingham Barons. Nashville got three second place votes. Atlanta 8, Birmingham 3, and Mobile 3. 139 at the half-way ORLANDO, Fla.. April 10. IUP>— Tho Washington Senators said farewell to their Orlando Spring training site today and prepared to embark on a seven-game series with the Philadelphia Phillies, opening at ROTHROCK'S For PRESCRIPTIONS Phone 4451 Sunday and Monday 'ROAD TO UTOPIA" with Ring Crosby, Bob Hope and Dorothy I.amour Warner News; Also Shorfs RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. SATURDAY OWL SHOW "SWAMP FIRE" with Johnny \Vctssniuller ^nd VirKinia Orey Alsn Cartoon j today with slip up. Todd. however, reportedly is ] without nerves and his friends say drives boomed down H,e Aii-nistn pntlrrl 10 limes. When It was over he had six birdies and only One hole over par for his 67 to go with a 7rot the dav before. "I didn't realize this was a toush course mull i came In and found I hnd the lowest round of the clay," said Toclri. who is pro al Dallas' Northwood Club. Southern Association. MOBILE, Ala., April 10. Young in made out n check Taxis Aid Churchgoing BOW DON, Ga. (UP)—Bowdon residents have one less excuse now back. "I'll take her."' "She weiglis 298 comes to Sfi'7.50. How pay for her?" uoy j On a basi w „. --<,..* ,.~,. u,.t . rsl|1 P lilce ' s even for second -Uint etc Nashville polled a tot,-,) of ' 1. ! Atlanta 113, Birmingham 98 and Mobile 93 , ast . •- Goffers Prepare of eight points for ': For Opening of Tourney en for second nl^p • ' Young Yengcr bought a pair of 3 Purpose Machi for Dirt Moving, LAND LEVELING .. and Seed Bed Preparation HERE'S A LABOR-SAVING, MONEY-MAKING MACHINE. Witt in Ev«c, m >n yo» s «t land i Ubl« top condition quickly and «««il)T. Evtrimin-levclcd Sclds ir- ^ r '£"« thtnmKej. You tavt timi ; ULor, witer, grow better «ropj— '• m«K»rtiied equipment works falter, mor« tlficienlly. The Everimin lev. «!• Uni AUTOMATICALLY when wheel! go on hi s k pUce blade l«w«r« to t«ke > cut, when wneeli go mw • low place blade raiici to rtlc.H .Jirt — break, clod,, firm, rn.dp.cki tlx turface, formin; » pulveriied <e«d bed x it, ( iM Moves «kjng. ii finest dirt mov m>rkct today for ro, ',"J""' d ' E >«H"l (or ,ebv,|d, n fifldi. Afrcr d.n,, M01 ,d itc.n f v ,'1,^*'" "* AUT OMATICA t- VE , VELED "'hh ll.. » m . „ 'kw, Here', i ).,.»,. m><r Kin, „, for J,rt moving, leveling, for „„ tuning contour,, ioil coniervjti »ork and prrplrin; iced ncdi y after year. ' EVERSMAN 4uTaMAT 't IANO umin •-•^•»Jl'I/ill and ainr funuBtt and DIRT MOVER */* SOUTH iyp sz PHONES63 Teams placed In the second division by the poll trailed far hc- hltid. New Orleans scored 54. Mem- Phis 52, Chattanooga 46, and Little Rock 25 Furfural, known for over a century but used commercially only in the past two dccndcs. promises to become a very Important PfNEEIURST. N. C.. April 10.— 'UPi—Early arrivals for the -loth ; annual North and South invitation women's Rolf championship toured the No. 2 championship course today wavmlnc up tor the five-day tourney which opens Monday. On taut) with the e.iriv birds I was favorite Louise SUJJKS" of Lithia Springs, an., the national wo- i men's champion. Miss Sugiis won ihcre In 13(2 and 1046 and dropped report progress on its recovery to- Marion played through the full jame yesterday for the first time since his injury as the Cardinals beat Mobile, 8 to 2, in an eight- inning game. ! ,ASHEVILLE. N. C., April 10. (UP) i —The Brooklyn Dodgers revealed today that outfielder Cal Abraim , pitcher Ed chandler and first base-' i man Prciton Ware will be optioned j lo the minor leagues within a few I rtays. I The Dodgers defeated Ashevill" ; 10 to 2. yesterday as Elwln (Preacher i Roe went, the distance. Tonight "Billy the Kit Outlowcd"i! with j! Boh Slwle anil Al (Fuzzy) St. .!nhn'« Serial: "Kins of the Forest Rangers" j J Also Cartoon i Saturday Owl Show at 11:00 p.m. SANDERS, Scandal in Paris" Food Lockers For Rent Cold Storage J Meat Curing } || Expert. Processinir and! i Quick Freezing for Home | \ Freezers • Serial: "The Crimson Ghost™ Also Cartoon Sunday and Monday Groceries - Meats - Fish Jl BLAYLCCK Frozen Food New Theatre Manila's Finest Shows KVEKV NIGHT Box Onens XVcck Days 7:00 p.m Mntinee Saturday A Sunday S;it.-Sun. 1 p.m. Cont. Shuwuig i 21st & Miiin Phone 2(i02 . SAN ANTONIO, Tex.. April 10. (Ut't—Don Kolloway's home run in Hie I2th inning save the Chicago White Sox a 4 to 3 victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates yesterday. Southpaw Jim Goodwin, who relieve:! Etirl Caldwell l n the llth. was the. winning pitcher. MEMPHIS. Tcnn., April to (UP) j —Hal Ncwhouscr. Detroit's ace ! Her Highness and the > j You Are Cordially | Invited to Visit j The j i Accessory Shop i • Feminine Apparel J l! Mabel Hogan Jessie Srllc ' " Hotel NoI.Ie Bldj?. • Rlytheville, Ark. ! "PHANTOM VALLEY" with j Chas. Starred and Smllcv Burnett j Selected Shorts -I SATUKOAV OWL SHOW "BUCK PRIVATES" ivitli Rinl Abbnll and I.ou foslcllo Also miflrts Sunday and Monday "The Foxes of Harrow" RC.V Hi with uristm anil Slanrcen Selected Short Subjects BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING LOWKST AOS1ISSION I'KICK ANWYHERE! Kescrved Scats on Sale at the Legion Arena from fi p.m. Every Monday Monday, April 12th ADULTS Lie — CHILDREN 15e )iO.\ SEATS ir>c EXTRA - IT.ix Inclurti-d) TAG MATCH— _^ FRANKIE HILL and THE DEAMON versus KALA PASHA and BILLY BROOKS ALSO 2 I-FAL'L, JO-MINUTE MATCHES Frankie Hill versus Kala Pasha The Demon versus Billy Brooks CLOSE PLAY BUT HE'S "SAFE"! ... and you'll be safe too, with the split second timing we give your car! Our check for spring goes into every vital mechanical movement to assure unexcelled performance. Give UK your car today for * SAKE and SOUND automotive check! We Cater to Truckers! LEE MOTOR SALES 308 E. Moin OLDSMOBILE—CMC TRUCKS Phone 2054

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