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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 23, 1948
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er. Semi-Pro League Teams Begin 20,-Game Round Robin Schedule With Three Tilts Next Sunday Tk« »«w]y-for»>#d Mwsiasippj County Swill-Pro B*ss- baH La«**« will op«» H«-first aeason" Sunday afternoon with thr*« 0MQM *che<ki]*<i to b« played at Lul/as, Number Nine Mid \ f ic+orl«. * ; — :— fac* Sudbury Blanks Crimson Tide Football Players !• aml-fro loop and wch wiH a 3»-g«nV« round robin schedule will the winner to be declared MIs- Msc'.ppi County champ* , to repre- tent the county l« tile state semipro tournament.!« Port Smith next September. - . •., Team* entered In the loop are Blythevllie, Osccola, Victoria, Lutes, Number Mine tnd Hays Stoic of Dogwood. ' The Grc«n Wave of Sudbury con- tinned it* winning way iii the Chickasaw Athletic Club's grammar school football league)))' waltn- The. Hylhevllle entry, sponsored '"8 to a 20 to 0 victory over (he by OwciM Di'lig Store and the Fred j hapless Cilmson Tide of Central at S. Saliba Company, »111 Invade th« H«Jcy Field yesterday afternoon- LUIe* diamond for its opener against LU|*B Store, Osceola plays at Victoria and Kays Store of Dogwood joumefs to Number Nine. C'o** K»«e Kvpectei! Xfieti of Hie »bc teauu wound up three weeta of practice yesterday in preparaUon , for the .opening The six teams arc said to be matched stirt the flag race Is'expected to be close. The Mississippi County League Is ... affiliated with the National Con- i Snyder hnd returned a Central punt Bress of Semi-Pro teams, n nation- i 48 yards to set-up the play. The wide organization inspired by both j extra point try failed and the trie major and minor leagues. Tlie j Grccnles settled for a -0 halftlme national congress will present mi la-inch trophy to the winning- tcnm in' the Mississippi County League at Che of the season. This tro- Proving beyond'n doubt that they are ovorythlug said of them, the Qreeiiles pushed across touchdowns In the second and fourth quarters lo complete}? overwhelm the smaller but scrappy Crimson Tide. After a full quarter of defensive sparring the Oreenics opened their scoring In the second period when fullback Bojj Chlldrcss plowed over from the five yard lino for the first touchdown alter quarterback Ralph I lead. 6 Tiic oilier two touchdowns wore scored in the fourth period, the __ _-_ first by Snyder on a triple phy li now on display at the God- [ which slarted on tlie Central 15 win Sporting Goods store orT North ! and the second Into in the .period Second Street in Blytheville. I ori a pass from Snyder to right A special ceremony has been ar- j "id Dcwey OdeJI from Die .Tide's ranged to mark the opening of the | 10-yaVd stripe. Both extra point season at Lutes, according to Bill j triers wers good Godwin, league president. Sheriff. The. Tide, paced by halfbacks William Berry man will be on hand Sonny Linn and Hodge, made sev- toss the first ball prior to Lutes-Blythevllle tussle. Certified league umpires will work • II leagiK games during. Uie season. These officials were chosen by IJie vaxfotw team managers and Were given a two-week course In rule interpretation by the lengue ? Umpire** Assigned Maitland Erwiu of Osceoln and Marshall Blackarri of Blythevllle have been assigned by the league to work the Lutcx-Blytheville contest Sunday with James "Ervin and Clyde Oneal of Blythevillc Route Two assigned" to the Osccola-Vic- torla contest and Clyde Ltites of Blythevllle Route Two and Pat - Chltmon of Blythevllle working the Dogwood-Number Nine gnine, at Number Nine, i Play in the league will be restricted to Sunday afternoons only for the first five weeks with night #games to begin May 2«. Night games will be played -c*ily in Blythevllle and Osceola due to the lack of night facilities at the other parks. The Mississippi County Semi-Pro "League replaced the Mississippi County Amateur League sponsored by the Blylheville Y last year. Armoret Baseball Team T«>:M«*t Dyersburg Nine v :V-ii ' : The' -Armorel independent base- bnnrtMni will open its 1948 hd Mason." against . tlie Dyeisbu Tertn., Independents at the Ar- mbrel, diamond Sundav afternoon lit 2:30. •" N . ' A special pre-game program has ,been arranged to mark the fornul opening of Armorel's jiew baseball park 'which was Yecently constructed. Marion Dyer Is manager of the Armorel nine. Armorel uas defeated in its first game of the season last Sunday m 'Caraway. . era! good gains but never seriously threatened. The Central eleven fall-' ert to chalk up a single first down and yielded seven to their heavier opponent*. Play in the It-ague will be roMim- ed Tuesday afternoon when the Catholic righting Irish and the Lange wildcats smiarc off for their first meeting of Ihe season. Sudbury Hay .. Hopper Gllbow Prpvltt Birmingham Jones Odoll Snyder Blankenshlp Peterson ..., Chlldress ... Stariinj; lineups: P OK. Central L. E. ... McCullom Cobll . Mlctiacl .. Fisher Null ... Swift Hall Graham ... Hodge .... Litm .. Gilbert L. T. L. Q. . C . . .R.G. H. T. R. E. Q.B. .H. B. H. B. F. B. Baseball Standings SOUTHERN LEAGUE W. L. Nashville 4 i Memphis . .. 4-3 Mobile '' 4 2 , Birmingham 3 3 Atlanta .3 J Little Rock 2 ^ New Orleans ...rr 2 4 Chcittftiiooga , .; i 4 Pet. .800 .667 .661 .50(1 .500 .333 .3?3 .200 Pap Thinclads Defend Record DJdrict 4 Track, Fi.U M«et if Held At Arkansas Srat« AlltMIe Director Finnan "Nig" Bymim and i squad of six Blir- tlievllle Junior High School track- men left Dm morning for Jonoi;- boro to enter the District 4 track and field meet at Arkansas Sta'e ColleKc. The defending champion Papooses will compete against squads from live Junior hlg!i icliao}* at the district including two from Mli- slssippi County, Osccola and Dell. The Junior High District event will be held In conjunction with the District, 4 class ••»'• High School meet. Winners of the two meel.s will be eligible for entry In the state meet In Little Rock next week. Agnlri this j'enr there will be no Class "A" high school district meet bocniiM, Blylhevlllc High Scliool :« the only "A" school In ths district that sponsors a senior track tenin. The Chlck.s will be decJnrc,! district champions and allowed to enter a tcmii In the state meet. Osceoln, Dell and Shawnec High Schools have entered tennis in the Clit.w "B" event In Jonesbovo to- clay nnd Dell and Onceoln will Imva teams In, the junior event. This is the fust year that any Mississippi County school other than Blytheville has entered a junior team and the ilrst time in several years that Shawnee and Dell have had senior track teams. Osceola is the defending district "B' r champions. The other junior teams entered In today's event are Jone.sboro and Earle and other Class "B" senior teams are Enrle and State High of Jonesboro. Members of the Papoose sqund making the trip (o Joncslwra are Robert Reed. Charles "Huff Lutos, Bobby OiKMl. Jim Deer. J. C. Drake, and John Pan! Hutcher.soit. Coach Bynum stated that li« would enter Reed and Lutes In the 50, 100 and 220 yard dashes and the l.vo weight events, discus am shot put; Droke and Deer In the quarter-mile run and a relay team composed of Reed, Lutes, Oneal and Hutcherson in the saO-vurd relay, Last year the Paps captnred lev- en out of a possible nine first place* and seven second places, to win the dLstrict crown. The Paps won first in the 100 and 220-yaid dashes, 440-yard run, 880-ynrd relay,\ discus, shot, pill, and ' broa I jump, last year. Qualifying rounds were held at 10 o'clock this morning with the niett proper beginning at 1:30 th;s afternoon. £ Imer Riddle Hurls Two-Hitter As Pirates Thump Chicago 3-0 By Carl . United Press Sports Wr'ltw NKW YORK. April 23. cUP)-To Elmer Hicltile- who matched up h.s dead arm with dead, went lo the accolade of cAiirage today in the Infant major league season Surficuns once told him he hail no chanc« to do any more pilch- ing, but because he wouldn't believe them he was the author of th» best game pitched Una far In th» Nntiona) League, a two-Jilt, 3 to 0 shutout for the rejuvenated Pirates over the Cubs. ' Not bad for a fellow' who had won ouly lour games In four years Riddle, hero of Cincinnati's pennant campaigns of 1940 and 1941 came up with the IHIDC arm after the 1943 season and from 22 wins that year lie slumped to two In It was worse in 1045 when he had only one victory and he retired from baseball in 1946. He came back > year but was plagued by the same trouble ami won only one game. The Heds finally gave up bin Riddle didn't and after selling himself lo the Pirates' new manager, Bill Meyer, it began to look today as If he would be once again living up lo hl» name among National League batJe,rs. The only blows he gave up were singled by rookies 'Hank Schenz and Roy Smallcy and he was ;« trouble only m the fourth when he walked Ihree men but bore down to retlri; the .side. Ralph Kijicr hit his first horner for the Pirates this year and Danny Murtaugh drove in the other runs with singles. Dodgers Kest (iiants Another sore-arm hurlor made an encouraging comeback at New York where Dods'.cr sophomore Harry Taylor thoroughly tested his arm iii a 6 to 3 victory over Ihe Giants. He walked nine but bore dow.i magnificently* in the clutches, tilling the bases-on walks in the second, then retiring the next three men in older. He stranded 12 Giants on the sacks and the only runs scored, off him before he was relieved by Hugh Casey In the ninth \\ere homers by Whilcy Locn- inan and Jack Lohrke. Bruce Edwards, returning to ihe Dodger lineup »s catcher after several weeks convalescence from a sore arm, orove in three runs with A pair of double* and added ,a single to lead the 10-hlt Brooklyn attack Lockmsn with his homer, a double, two singles, and a walk paced, Ihe Giants, . ' Two errors In the ninth, one by risliaWe Marty Marion, gave the Reds nn unearned run arid a 4 to 3 victory over ihe Cards at at. Louis, still another sore-arm patient,-Howie Pollel, worked well for seven Innings in his 1948 debut, before tiring, but relief pitcher Jim Henrn. victim of the bad fielding, was tagged with the defeat. Re- liefer Harry Guniberl was the vio- tor. Hruvoi 10, HhlK' 4 The Braves salvaged the finals at Philadelphia, 10 to 4 on 12 hits. They cashed in on seven walks by Rookie Curt Simmons in two innings to get off to a four run lead, then coasted m. Danny Litwhiler drove in four runs with a double and two singles to pace the Braves. The somewhat amazing Athletics won tlieir third straight from the definitely disappointing Red Sox. 5 lo 3, putting over two rims in the ninth when Sam Mele last a fly in the .sun. He ducked to keep from getting hit in the head and the ball fell for a double by Barney McCoskey to drive in two runs. The victorious relief pitcher, Bob Savage, slarteri the rally with a single and Eddie Joost followed with f double. Joost got three nils. Tne Tigers kept pace with the Athletics by winning their third straight, getting all their runs in a 3 to 2 victury over the White Sox at Chicago In the sixth after Rookie Howie Johnson had held them hitless for five frames. ViiRi) TrticKs scattered eight.hits to win his 191« starter. Doubles by Neil Berry and Hoot EVPI-S were the key blows m the big inning. ' : There were no other games scheduled. Yesterday's star—Elmer Riddle of ihe Pirates, who pitched a two- hit 3 to 0 victory over the Cubs in a brilliant comeback from arm trouble. U. of M. Coach to To Caruthersyille dub 23.—Don Fuurot, head football coach of the University of Missouri, Columbia, Mo., will be the prlnclpn! speaker at the May llth meeting of the Caruthersville K!i\vanis club. it ^'as announced today by John S. Wnife. chairman of the committee in charge of arrangements for the speaker. • The high school conches. EmII -Boepple"and Harry Darr, and members of the football and basketball teams will be guests of Ihe club at this meeting. Chairman White stated that Coach Faurot will show films o! one of the Missouri Tigers football games, rjrobably the game with Duke University. LMGUE W. L. Philadelphia .... 21 St. Louis ..., 2 1 Brooklyn 2 Pittsburgh , '. 1 Cincinnati 2 New York i Chicago ] Boston i Pet. .661 .6G1 .SGI .500 .50fl 333 .333 .333 My Request Favored In Wood Memorial NEW YORK, April 23. (UP)— Ben F. Whltaker's My Request will be requested to make it three In a row when he goes postward tomorrow against, a Held o f Kcntuckv . Derby eligible* In thte>HO.OOO Wood I Memorial at Jamaica race track A crowd of 60,000 hard boots is I expected to jam the Long Island j Course, wldch was built to seat a crowd of 15,000. Hawks Take 11-8 Win In 'Y' Softball Game The Hawks of the "Y" Junior High softball league maintained I their undefeated record yesterday | by a hard-earned 1J-8 victory over a stubborn Cardinal outfit on the Division Street playground. Arthur Snodgrns. hurling for the Cards, limited the Hawks to a mere four hits but was the victim or poor support by his teammates I Ihe Cardinals . rapped Shannon Langley lor eight hits lo fully tiiclr eight rum. The Hawks scored first, chalking up two runs in the first inning, one m the second and two In the third but the Cards csme back to lie I up with a five-run rally In the third, in the fourth inning the Hawks racked, up. four to take the lead and hold it for the 'win. 'Iltis victory gave the Hawks a commanding lead of four wins without a lass. AMMUCAN Philadelphia . Detroit ...... Cleveland . , Washington New York .......... St. Louis .............. 0 "' ! ongo .......... .'.'Jo Bosvon . . ............. o KAGUK W. L. Per.. .1.3 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 .657 .333 .000 .000 .000 Yesterday's Results SOUTHERN' I.EAGlfR Nashville 7. Chattanooea 2. New Orleans 10. Mobile 7. Little Rock J. Memphis 0. Atlanta 7, Birmingham J. NATIONAL I.KAC.Wt Brooklyn 6, New York 3. Cincinnati 4. St. Louis 3. Pittsburgh 3. Chicago 0. Boston 10, Philadelphia 4. AMKItlCAN' I.KAC.OF. Philadelphia 5, Boston 3. Detroit 3, Chicago 2, Only games scheduled. Today's Games SOUTHERN I.BAGUE Night Games Little Rock at Birmingham. Chattanooga at Atlanta. Nashville at Mobile. Only games scheduled. NATIONAL I.EAGUH New York at Boston. Philadelphia at Brooklyn. Pittsburgh at Cincinnati. St. Louis nt Chicago. AMERICAN l.KAOUB Cleveland at Detroit Boston at New York. Washington at Philadelphia. Onlj- enincs scheduled. | Coo/town Sets New Record at Keentand LEXINGTON. Ky., April 23. (UP) 1—Wnrren Wright's Calumet /arm . currently lllrfdom'.s most success-' : fill stable, today boasted a one-two punch for next week's Kentucky Derby—jusky Citation and speedy I Coaltown. Coaltown. making his first start beyond, the sprint distances, hung out a new hack, record for a mile • and a furlong at Keeneland yes- teiday as he breezed to an easy five-length triumph in the Blue Grass stakes. mrr>AY, 'APRIL M I Charley Gilbert Cuts Home Run Pace But Vols Win to Take League Lead ,„„ (Uiille* Frew Sftri, Writer) Atlanta, Ga., April jg. lUPJ— The NnshvlJle Vols moved Into undisputed lead In the Southern Association today even through Charley Gilbert failed to hit > single home run In their 7-1 victory over Chattanooga yesterday. Gilbert slammed a pair of doubles, through, which helped considerably to move the Vols ahead of Memphis and Mobile. The Chicks and Bears both dopped their games last night. Lee Uolloman, on the mound for Nashville, threw a three-hitter at the lookouts lo get the win In an abbreviated game. The tilt was called at the end of the seventh to allow th« Vols to catch a train. If the gam* had gone the regular nine-inning route, Gilbert might have stretched his hom« run itreak into a fifth straight contest. Wednesday he got his sixth and seventh round-trlpper« of the season, and they came In the «lghth and ninth frames. fe\t Down Bun Mobile's defending champs jumped off to a big 6-0 lead over New Orleans as Wojey blanked the Pels for seven Innings. But the New Orleans batters climbed all over the Bears hurlei lor two runs In the eight!) and live more In the ninth. Mobile tied it up with one In the last of the ninth, but the Bears' had no' answer as the Pels staged a, three-run burst In the 10th for a 10-7 win. • At Little Rock, the Pebs' Milo Johnson twirled a choice four-hitter to shut out Memphis. 2 to 0. Chuck Eisenmann's six-hit Job for the Chicks was no slouch, but he let Little Rock score one in the second and again in the fourth, and the Chick batters were unable »o overcome the lead. The Memphis and Mobile losses dropped (hem Into a «cond-p]ace tie behind -the leading Vols. Atlanta eased into i fourth-place tie with Birmingham by virtue of a shaky 7-s win over the Barons. After ihe Cr.ickers ran up a S-0 lead in the first six innings, Birmingham's slugging Ralph Atkins threatened to break up Ihe game almost all by himself. A Ik I r Hi Homers The Barons got a pair of runs In the seventh, and In the eighth Atkins slammed one over the fence with two on for three more runs. Atlanta had added one more In 1U half of the eighth to lead, 1 to 5, when Atkins came up again In the ninth aijafn there were two on. Cracker reliefer John Myers served up a pitch to Atkins, liking and he roled it ov»r the fence but It was a foul by a few feet. On the next pitch h« struck out to end the game. Th W games are slated in the Southern tonight. Chattanooga moves to Atlanta, Little Rock goes to Birmingham, and Mobile enter- Stranathan Advances To Meet Semi-Finals PINEHURST. N C., April 23 — (UP.)—Muscular Frank Strauahan tempestuous Toledo, o.. star, was favored to breeze through c A Snow of High point, N. c.. today lu Die semi-finals of the 48th North and South amateur golf tonrna- , Hdrvie Ward. Jr.', of Tarboro. N. i C., who engineered the biggest tip- • set or the (ournnmeiit yesterday ; by Imating former amateur champion Dick chapman, 2 and i.'. also was expected to get by Arnold'! Pnlmcr of Latrobe, Pa., in'another 1 scmi-finnl match. ' 1 NYU Thindads Favored j/n Pennsylvania Meet ~ i PHILADELPHIA. April 23. (UP) j—Thf Maelstrom o f Spike,s which Is 1 the University of Pcnnsj'ivania relay carnival opened on Franklin Field today with New York University favored to gather the major share of the title plums The perennial hardy vio!eU of coach Emll Von Elllng, whetted by four outdoor triumphs last week held the edge of the field, picked! for at least four relay titles in the two-day games. Four wins would tie the carnival mark held bv Piu and Michigan. nial «61 Opening 1; Starts T:3» Friday A Saturday "Law of th« Lash" with I.ash IA Rue and Al "Fuizy" St. John Serial: "The Royal Mounted Rides Again Also Short* SATURDAY M1DNITE SHOW SUrU at 10:15 p.m. "SECOND CHANCE" with Kent Taylor. I.ouis« Currle Also ShnrU Sunday and Monday "O. S. $." with Alan Larid. Geraldhie >'i<>.ger»ld, Patrick Knnwleit Warner News; Al»o Short* Read Courier News Want Ads. Charier No. District No. 8 " ' First National Bank of Blythcyillo Report of Condillon of th<« ' "' Arkansas - »' 'he close „! hi.sinow on April A S S K T S Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve balance and cash items In process of collection S198338f i J«!!, , Stntcs Oovcrl ""f»t obligations, direct and Runraiitecd z'aoiW Ob Heltons of states and political subdivisions... 25 320' j Other bonds, notes, and debentures wnnni j Corporate slocks (including S7.SOO.OO stock' ot'Federal' Reserve j bntiK i ' ^ Ijoans and discounts (including ii.'6li6.3s'ovcrdraftsl. '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 1.843.45 ! TOTAL Assrrs 511,929.11 I. I A B I I. I T 1 K S w^«2»^r.^r:^^ ^vin s * Govc " im « m Unclurttng postal Ueposlts of State's and'po'liticni'subd'iiis'lons -'"" jMn?'^ Drpa«i* of banks o-oVnA Other deposits (certified and cashier's checks"r'tc'i i"" tliam TOT AI r^TTf^Qf Tf: * ' ' ' ' ' * ' 1 ^"-">'* IDlAlj DEPOSITS SS.2S5.9n.57 TOTAL LIABILITIES iln] Stock: C A r I T A I, A C t: <> I! N T S OU ' 1Wr * IM ' 000 ' 00 ...................... ' 150.000.00 TOTA1, CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ......................... .~2620l760 TOTAL LIABILITIES Blld CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ....... .t M'K MORA N I) U M A«si>ls iilertced or Bssi B nert to secure liabilities nnd other SUl'corArtkrtVil'sV CoV.niy oi'MlMi^ippi'.'M- .................. * tlir.l't'h 0 ' 1 )^ °*'. Cn> CaShl " °' lhl> nhnvc -»«<''C<1 bank, do solemnly swear tnat the nbove sUtenient is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. • Jnck C. O«-en, Cusliier Correct—Attest: Snni H. William* Chns. Rose. «__.... E - M- Repcnold. Director*. Birnrn to and stibwrlberf bcfort me this 14 tiny of April. 1948. Jess* Taylor, Notary Public. IT'S HERE! It's New! It's Wonderful! The Hunter ZEPHAIR . Home Cooling FOB DELUXE MODEL ONLY $70.00 DOWN \V« are proud fo announce Ihaf we have Ihe exciting new model HUNTER aftic and window fans on demon- si raf ion now in our store. 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