The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 1, 1948 · Page 7
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BATUKUAY, MAY 1, 1948 Lutes Makes 19 Of Squad's Total Of Thirty Points Record* Fall ( AM J union Score * fint State Victory Charlei "Ruff" Lutes, Blv- theville Junior High School's "on« man track team" led the Papooses to their first state track championship in Little Rock hst night, smashing three ttnte records and per- •onaHy accounting for 1914 of the Paps total of 30 points. Lutes tet »«w state junior Mg*i record* for the 50-yard dash wid the brond jump in k*t night's finals and DID 100-yawJ dash during yesterday'* pretfmmai-y time trials. *h« AMt-fookwl tcackster whnck- »-o-4«n*hs of a »e«onrt off tiie nd K>-)»rd d»sh rword f it In 5.8 seconds; bested ™* **' U >«. broad j,, m| , hr one and % of an inch in* W ft. and % of an Inch-' »nd on«-t«rth of a second oft the 100-yaj-d dMh record, stepping it off £H tL"!S?* L LUta6 hsd mrller J,tL^ oW-SO-yard dajh record ion 8 *** terda) '' s tim « t-rial scss- ' * I K* k Hie first Blythevllle athlete »v«r to hold a sUte trncfc re- i9i8 Paps "» ** firs t Mamma Knows Best M< Both of Uw dash records broken 5 ;l l _*"* ** '" !946 ' tne J0 »by K«nson of Pulaslcl Heights " t>i the 50-j-ard d« 8 h by Justice of Side Junior High of Little Sock, and Jtw old broad jump mark 'by HaIIum of set test Camden. . ran.- Smith, defending s ute champion., placed second In the junior event -.coring a total of as inL 5 ^"!?; Sm * ckovcr Wfls thirrt with K», Oamden fourth willi eight «id .Morth tlttl. Kock fifth Wth MV8O. _0lhw »ores w«r e Hartford five Went Side of Little Hock, three, El Dorado 2 1-S, Spadra two, and Lcs- , said Knob, West Point and East • -—. — „, ., i_,., v i uim, mil Sida of Little Hock, one each. Chicks F»il u> Score / In the senior Clasj "A" division, -.——i High School fuiJed to f " ' — —"«••*«•»*•*.•»> HIULIHJ- ' a »n«le point and In the Glass M,?',, a " tl lv ™ homc « among his division Osceola tied with ' with „,, miaui lcncling , ^ chajnp . on Musial Leads Cards to 13-7 Win Over fads; Braves Trip Giants Hoder Replaces • Hill on Mat Card; Pairs with Moody ret- Jack Hariw, , 300-pounrf em n weauie, will replace ftankle Hill »s the partner of Jack Moorly In the lag match feature of the American Legion's weekly wrestling show Monday night, Promoter Mike Meroney announced today. The original booking on next week's card had pitted Hill and Moody aualnst Tex Rlley and Charlie Keene In the tag match hut Meroney was forced to sub- Klltule Hader after Mill had received a knee injury („ an Indianapolis, fnd., bout earlier this week Under, an old-timer to Blythe- villc fans, returned to the rhiK here three weks ago after nearly « year'i absence. Thi« will be Moody's first appearance in several months. In the two one-full preliminary bouts scheduled to precede the main event Kcene will tanRle with Under and Hlley will lakt on Mooclr Baseball Standings SOUTHERN LEAGUE W. L. Nashville Mobile ........ Memphis Birmingham Allnntn Now Orleans Chattanooga Little Hock . . NEW YORK, May t (UP>—The Cardinal* still seem a little drowsy and If they don't wake up from the noise of Stan Miislnl's Ing bnt they arc likely to doze right through the rest of ihe season. •The Cardinals haven't been early birds very often In the Natloua'l League races, and they seem to be Betting off to a typicnlly slow start this yenr, but that doesn't hold true for Musial. He cnn't forget about the troubles he had last year because of a bad Spring and 50 it wasn't exactly colncie- ental today that he boasts a current average of .400 In the National League,.with Tour doubles, two trip"B _., »«i*cufu iicu wiin f . Clov«r Bend for fourth. Neither | At tllls tlme , lllst «ar. . Dell nor Shawn., 'placed in the B compelKlon. Camden won Uie Class "A" aivi- «ion, . defeating the defending champion Little Rode Tigers 36 1-2 »o 20. Conway finished third with a total o« 18 points, Noril, Little Rock ' crown • Attiw took Hie dais a t ro •coring a toUl of 56 points (or an ftur victory. Baimite placed second with 16 P ° intS ' Ba ' d Kn ° b third Bend, fourth with eight. 50 ----- , biitit, Ul.1l- J'L'lli , iVlllSltll wlio was Ihcn the detcnding Major league bntllnt' kinu, - a nil.scrahle .167 first -E was nurs- average mid mes of 1017 loomed thereafter. In a night game, the Brooklyn Dodgers, who scored !7 runs agnin- st the Olnnts Tlnnsclay, continued their wild -wore byiriimning the Philadelphia Phils, II to 2 Phil pitchers gave up nine hits but 1 Issued 14 walks with Dutch Leon-' arc! the starter nnri loser. Brooklyn got its first complete pitching Job of the senson from 20-year-old Erv Pallca , who envo up six hits. Reynolds Wins Third The Yankees got six-hit pitching trorn Allie Reynolds, who won his third game, 6 to 0 orer the Red Sox at Boston, Steve Soitchock . 9 3 . S 4 fl 5 . 8 6 . 7 8 . 5 9 . 4 10 . 4 10 NATIONAL LEAGUE New York t 4 Pittsburgh ]\\\ 5 4 Cincinnati e g St. Louis [4,4 Brooklyn 5 5 Philadelphia .".'.'.' 5 t Boston "'.'. 6 ^ ihicaeo .'.'.' 4 g AMERICAN LEAGUE W.' L. Cleveland 5 New York . Washington 5 St. Louis 4 Philadelphia Pel. .750 .C"2 .61:! .511 .4G1 .351 .2«Q .28C .6SG .6M .500 .503 .503 .4.5.5 .417 The Barn's Back Detroit . Boston . Chicago 4 3 3 PC;. 1.000 .687 .500 .500 .50 1 ) .364 .333 .333 Vols Pushed but Down New Orleans 4-1; Chicks Win Over Mobile 3 to 2 By Jack Harvey .United t'ress Sporls Writer ^ ATLANTA, Ga., May 1. (UP) getting two homer.' find Johnny he had only five hits In 30 times at bat and had driven in only two runs. Today for cl(fht gomes he has the gaudy mark of 14 hits in 36 times at bat nnd 12 runs batted in. Moreover, Duke of Donora Linclell and Billy Johnson getting one ench, mnking a total of seven In two rl.-iys. The disappointed Tigers were loppled for the seventh time in " Mr last night starts nnd for the bopped Hal Ncwhonscr for his third loss. Newhouser gave up only six hits but was the victim of shaky support, four of Chlcaqo's runs being unearned. The Tigers In turn, made 12 hlls Including a homer hj" rookie Johnny Llpou. The Philadelphia A's cllmert Into a triple tic for third place with Washington and St. Louis by down- Yesterday's Results SOUTHERN LEAGUE •Memphis S, Birmingham 2 N:ishvillc 4, New Orleans 1 Mobile B, Chattanooga 4 Little- Rock fl, Atlanta 6 NATIONAL LEAGUE St. Louis 13, Cincinnati 7. Pittsburgh 10, Chicago 4. Boston 7, New York 2 Brooklyn 11, Philadelphia a . AMERICAN LEAGUE New York 6, Boston 0. Cnicago f, Detroit 4. Philadelphia 3. Washington 1 Cleveland at St. Louis, rain. Tlic Vols clung to their half-game Southern Association lead after beating New Orleans last night on just live hits, 4 to 1. Mobile aivl Memphis also won leaving them just half a game and one game behind the Vols. respectively. For New Orleans cliunkcr Lloj'jl I Dietz, the Vol victory was extra hard 10 take. Pel second-sacker Hcrsciicl Held slapped a home run in the first inning to give Dietz a one-run working margin, and Dielz did a nice job. He held the Vols to Just five hits their lowest safety total of the season for a single game and far off the amazing team batting pace of well over .350 they have been selling. He held the Nashville murderers' row homcrless. And his unites oiithil the Vols 6-5. Twaidy Winning Pitcher But Manager Larry Gilbert's boys won the game nonetheless. They made every one of their five binglcs , Pa is contributing . • — ••••-, b**-"M.v iu uit; defensive strength of the club ami yesterdny was switched back to his Ing the Senators, 3 -to 1 it night favorite fielding position, left field. behind the fanc four-hit pitching ., - • vviif* luciiiuurs oi the Paps relay team were Robert Bles and driving in four runs Reid, John Hutehcrson and Bobby O-Neal. . Tw» Records FalL Jtobert Beta waa the Paps' sec- jo^the 100-yard dash, third fnThe jBO and broad Jump and fourth ir the 50-yard dash. '• *v, TW ° higl ? 5cno ° 1 r«ords, one ta *B* dtvi divis ' on and cne in the the meet. In the "A" division a poll vault nword pi 15 ycars sUlld >™ ^»» t 6y the ooaids at the hands of Don s Louge of Payettevillc, who vaulted to a height of 12 feet 3 3-4 inches besting the old mark «t by Coody ctf Lonann in 1933 by one-inch ._In the "B" division, Don Edmond»on of Bauxile whittled one-tenlh ot a second off the 120-yard hish hurdle mark set by Crabtrcy o ,» Atkins in 1939. Edmondjon broke the - hurole record durinp j^terdavs time trials, running the high hurdles, in 165 seconds. The old record was 16.6 seconds — ......., & Jlt tutu i 1JU5 ns the Cards routed the Reds at Cincinnati, 13 to ^. The Cards, who ncidentally are now playing with their championship outfielder of 1946 intact, Musinl lay left. Terry blow wn s n grand slaw homer by catcher Joe Gnragioln In a seven run seventh inning. The Braves handed the Giants three heaping doses of their own medicine, lashing out that numv profitable homers in a T to 2 v'c- tory^at New York in which Johnny Elliott hit B three run homer ami Today'* Games SOUTHERN LEAGUE No panics scheduled. NATIONAL l.EAGUK Boston at New York. Cincinnati at Pittsburgh. Brooklyn at Philadelphia. Chicrgo at St. Louis, night. AMERICAN LEAGUE St. Louis at Chicago. Detroit at Cleveland. Philadelphia at Washington. New- York at Boston. eight hits. The Cleveland nt St. Louis game I In the America n was rained out. I two 1 11 ™ th r while Tommy Holmes trippers. Whitcy : other round Lool-.man and Yesterday's Star—Slan Musial of! the Cards who hit a homer, two] four runs In a 13 to 7 tri over, the Reds. Locke. Clings to Lead In National Capital Open MISSCO LFAGUE (Sunday) Victoria at Blythcvllle Dogwood at Osceola Number Nin« at Lute» T.ANDOVER. Mil., May 1. (UP) — Bobfjy Locke, with a smoking putter that, seemingly couldn't miss on long shots, carried a big four- stroke lead into the third round of the $15,0001 National Capital Open Golf Tournament with 131 lor the Tructt (Ri,,> S his initial mastcrv C5tg ' 10 ' gainst anrt Southern Intercollegiate Tourney Inters Finals ATHENS, Ga., May 1. (UP)—A) Dessclinfc o! the University of Miami, and L. M. Crncncll of North Texas Stale teed off here today in the final oC the Southern Intercollegiate Golf Tournament. The 3G-hole title match sent a gallery favorite against a relatively unheralded competitor. Besscliiik native of Mcrchantvile, N. J., has been tagged the mnn to beat since the opening round and has never been extended in reaching the fin- No. 2 money Sen. Pepper Says Wallace Is Good American, No Red CHAPEL HILL. N. C., May l._ (UP)—Sen. Claude Pepper, n., Pla. today called Henry A. Wallace a'i "good, Democratic American, and I lot a Communist." But. Pepper said. Wallace will not be the next President. The Florida Senator told Univer- iity of North Carolina students that he believes the Democrats will win the 1948 presidential election, no matter who they nominate. count lo score once in the second Vol pitcher Leo Twardy turned In no mean Job himself. ,H was his third nine-inning stint this season and his six-hit performance net- led him a third straight victory to put him at the head of the loop's pitchers. Mobile, meanwhile, kept the pace Just a. half-game back with a 6-4 win over Chattanooga. Here aga;n the winners were out.slugged but Pete Wopie kept 10 Lookout hits well scattered while the Bears drove three Chatlanooga pitchers from the mound with their 6 safeties Memphis Beats Birmingham Memphis edged Birmingham, 3 to 2, behind the six-hit pitchiiio of John Eiser.mann to maintain a third-place position in the loop standing, half a game behind Mobile. Fred Hancock contributed a home ru.i for the Chicks in the sixth, and Tom O'Brien countered with a four-bagger for the Baroiv; In the seventh. Nobody was on In either cnse. At Atlanta, the Litlle Rock Travelers loosed a 13-hit assault on five - I...H, nt nuu iciiril Robert A.) Taft (R.. o.) are almost mbracing each other." Infant mortality rate for 1946 n Australia was the lowest ever recorded —"~ a»d Scetl didn't bo down except when BLYTHEVILLi LEGION ARENA TAG MATCHZ JACK HADER and JACK MOODY CHARLIE KEENE cmd TEX RU.EY ALS021-FALL,30.MINUTE MATCHES HADER y,. KEENE RlLEY^s. MOODY i ~-....» J\I>LI.*I nun mu ^u 4 money . 'Veil ex..rcrised'winner of the current pro tonr fash- c coc '"-y Miami linksman de-1 over the cubs j inurd a six-under-par 6fi yesterday fcillecl J °c Moore of Louisiana State [ 4 Pirate v i c - , lo arid to his opening round 65 for '" lhc quarterfinals yesterday, 3 nnd inn, i,, L- I „ ,,, -, ,,._ , . 1-"'id then eliminated another LSU golfer. Gardner Dickinson. In the semi-finals by a 4 nnri 3 count. New Theatre Manila's Finest Shows KVKRY MGIIT Bo* Opens iVeek Dajs 7:00 p.m j Malinct Saturday * Sundny Sal.-Sun. 1 p, m . conL Showini Satttrdar "TULSA KID" Dial 4Z61 Opening 1; starts 7:30 Tonight wilh Red Barr.r Sr-loclcd Shorts SATIiRDAY OWL SHOW "Bride of Frankenstein" wllh Boris K»rloff • nil Short Subjects Sunday and Monday "RELENTLESS" with Robert Younur Short 8«b)eel9 "PRAIRIE RIDERS" Charles Starrctt * Smilcj- Burnett Serial: "The Ko>al Mounted Kirtrs Ajain" Also Short* SATURDAY MIDNITE SHOW Starts 10:+! p.m. "PHILO VANCE'S SECRET MISSION" with Alan Curtiii »nd Sheila Ryan Also Short* Sunday nnd Monday "THE STRANGE LOVE OF MARTHA IVERS" Barbara Stanwjck, V»n Hcfliu, Llzaoeth Scott Warntr News AIM Short* Cracker pitchers to salvage the last "f a four-game series, 9 to 5. The Crackers opened with a run __ ~^~ *-•+*• i*\, JMJUII, ^AIJUJU* ed for six tallies in the second and Calumet Entries Heavy Favorites In Derby Betting U)UISVILLE, Ky., May 1. (UP) —Most turf fans thought they hid a sure thing today in the Calumet Farm entry in the Kentucky Derby. For there didn't seem to b* any Ihiee-year-od In this 74th armunl running of the $100,000 added handicap that figured to beat Calumet's Citation and Coaltown. The pnlr loomed so formidnnle that only four owners of the group that filed the original 109 nominations for the race figured they had enough to challenge that double barrel of race track dynamite. It looked so sure lor Hie two C's Hint Co). Matt Winn, Churchill Downs' director whose biggest 1 interest in life is the Derby, did nn unprecedented thing—he limited betting to win only. Even then, he will have a minus pool it either Citation or Coaltown comes in for he has-decreed that Churchill Downs will return at least 10 cents on a dollar. He didn't have to do it, for there Is no law in Kentucky compelling him to meet the minimum which most slates with legated betting make n track operator pay. He did it because it was his baby —the Derby. He did It, knowing that the odds were that ft would turn out to to a losing proposition. Unleu all th« dope that ttie turf can turn up proves (o be wrong, none of tht other four horses In the race looked like they had a chance. One thing was sure—at post tlm«, 4:30 p.m. CST, the Calumet »ntry will be at the minimum odds—1 to 10, odds that the Derby never has known before. There have been three other three-year-olds »., came close to being such hot favoi ites and only on« of them won WARNIING ORDER In the Circuit Court, CJlickasaw- l» District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. L. A. Crump and Motors Insurance Corpora lion Sinclair No Refining Plaintiff, Co. and B. J. Allen Defendant. The defendant B. j. Allen Is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named In the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff L. A. Cruinj) and Motors Insurance Corporation. Dated this 30 day of April, 1948 HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk. By Betty Peterson, D. C. Attorney for plaintiff: C. F. Cooper 6]l-8-15-2a RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark, 'as charged with the loss although John Myers relieved him in the disastrous second frame. No games are scheduled in Southern today, as all teams n for double bills tomorrow. the I Time Today "Trouble and Sundown" with George O'Brien Cartoon anil <lh Chapter: "Adventures of Kex and Kinfy' SATURDAY OWL SHOW 'Docks of New Orleans' with Roland Winters as "Charlie Chan" Also Cartoon Sunday and Monday Tuesday r / ^f ™yK P f «""« CLAUDETTE COLBERT ROBERT CUMMINGS DON AMECHE HAZEL BROOKS^ nlilHi Ctf»Ur.!rf IWslt •—W^H Warner Newi and Short BLYTHEVJLLE'S ONLY _ALL_WmXE_TH £ AT RE. Sh%v Starts Weekdays 7:00 p.m. Saturday 1:00 P.m.; Sunday t p.m. Saturday "DESERT PATROL" with Boll Steele Serial "King of the Forest Rangers* Also Cartoon SATURDAY O\vT, SIIOAV at 11 Serial "Tie Crimson Ghost" Also Cartoon Sunday and Monday A UNIVERSAL PICTURE Also News and Cartoon KEYSTONE HYBRIDS An official yield tests in four great corn ttatcs, K»yston« Hybrids have out-yielded trie average of all other hybrids by 3.4 bushels per acre. (Set your "Bonus bushels" of sound, high quality corn-plant Keystone proven hybrids. r1»"t KiyitoM M -th« i for upland, Mt»l bottw* tvA*. BLYTHEVILLE SOYBEAN CORP. 856 -Phonei- 857

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