The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 19, 1956 · Page 10
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PAGE TEN BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1958 41 Schools Taking Part in Meet Tod^y Caruthersville Claws Blytheville Paps AMERICAN LEAGUE Won Lost Pet GB Boston 2 0 1.000 — New York 2 0 1.000 — Chicago 1 0 1.000 'A Kansas City .. ..1 0 1.000 & Cleveland 0 1 .000 \\k Detroit 0 1 .000 114 Baltimore .... 0 3 .000 2 Washington 0 3 .000 3 Thursdays Schedule: New York at Washington—Me Dermott (10-10) vs stobbs (4-14) Baltimore at Boston—Fallen (5 11) vs Brewer (11-10). Cleveland at Chicago—Scon (16-10) vs Harshman (11-7). Kansas City at Detroit—Ditma (12-12) vs Gromek (13-10). Wednesdays Results New York 9, Washington I Boston 8, Baltimore 4 Kansas City at Detroit post poned, cold weather Only games scheduled. NATIONAL LEAGUE Won Lost Pet. OB New York Philadelphia St. Louis Milwaukee Cincinnati Brooklyn 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 'A 'A 1 0 1.000 ',4 o l .000 114 0 1 .000 l'/ 2 Chicago 8 1 .000 IV, Pittsburgh .... 0 a .000 2 Thursdays Schedule: Philadelphia vs Brooklyn—Diet ion (12-11) vs Erkslne (11-8). Pittsburgh at New York—Kline (S-13) vs Worthlngton (0-0). St. Louis at Cincinnati—Haddlx (12-16) vs Scantlebury (0-0). Chicago at Milwaukee—Hacker (11-15) vs Buhl (13-11). Wednesdays Results New York 5, Pittsburgh 4 Only game scheduled .. SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION By The Associated Press W L Pot. OB .667 .667 .288 .286 MEMPHIS ....... « 3 New Orleans 6 3 Birmingham 4 2 -.667 Nashville 6 3 .625 Chattanooga ..... 3 4 .429 Mobile 2 5 Atlanta ....... .....2 5 LITTLE ROCK . . 2 5 .286 Last Night's Result! Birmingham 11, Atlanta 1 Littlle Rock 8, Memphis 5 New Orleans 10, Mobile S Nashville at Chattanooga postponed, cold. Games Today .. Birmingham at Atlanta Nashville at Chattanooga Memphis at Little Rock Mobile at New Orleans American Assn. Minneapolis 6. Charleston 5 Denver 2, Wichita 1 Louisville 9, St. Paul 3 Omaha at Indiannpolls, postponed Texas League Oklahoma City 9, Dallas 4 Bhreveport 4, San Antonio 3 Houston 9. Austin 1 Tulsa at Port Worth, postponed LUXORA SPEEDSTERS — Coached by Hershel Brewer, these boys make up the track team from Luxora High which participated last week in the Mississippi County Track and Field Meet. The seniors placed third. The seniors are also taking part in today's Arkansas State College High School Track Meet at Jonesboro. (Courier News Photo) Travs Get Free Passes To Win from Memphis By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS New Orleans is making hay these days with storybook baseball while Mobile is struggling to re-write the script. For three straight nights now, the Pels have earned cheers from .heir hometown fans with late- ininng riillies that sent the fi breaking Bears down to def( The one sour note as far ns New Orleans is concerned is that .here were less than 1,000 specta- ors on hand to witness each fine surge to victory. Only 930 were in the stands Eugene Lambert Of M-State Gets 'Bama Cage Job TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (IP) — New , basketball coach at the University < of Alabama is Eugene Lambert, Memphis State mentor who former- i Jy coached at Arkansas. 1 The 51-year-old Lambert replaces ; Johnny Dee. whose sudden residua- ; tion April 2, came on the heels of i his best season after four years at ' Alabama. His team won the South- : eastern Conference championship. ! Lambert was signed to a 3vf<;nr contract, Alabama athletic officials : announced last night. But they did not disclose his salary. . Dee resigned to enter private business. In becoming only the 12th bas- .etball coach at Alabama in 43 ears, Lambert will take over a quad that includes seven letter winners, but his entire starting incup is gone. Pew of the retimi- ng letter-winners got in appre- lable playing time. Memphis State had a 20-5 record or the 1S54-55 season, and R 20-7 ecord for the past season. Memphis State was filth nation- ,lly this year in scoring average, nd Alabama placed sixth. Mem- ihis Stale's murk was 88.3 points per game, while Dec's team had an average of 87 points. Read Courier News Classified Ads. last night when the Pels shoved across three runs in the bottom of the ninth and downed the fustniled Bears 10-9. Reliever Lenny Yochim, who faced only one batter, drove In the winning run with a liner to left center. Only 203 Fans New Orleans' crowd was huge compared with the 263 paying customers who turned out in Little Rock to see the Travelers trip Memphis 8-5. Atlanta fans, 1,420 of them, watched Birmingham clobber the Crackers 11-1. Cold weather, which has hurt attendance since the Southern Association season started last week,, forced postponement of the Nash-j ville nt Chattanooga gnme. ! New Orleans used live hurlers ; last night, but heavy hitting by' Emil Panko, Johnny Powers and Frank Rice helped put the Pels : a tie with Memphis for first pale Rice got a double and a trip last night, Pnnko a homer ar two singles. Monday night Powei hit a two-run homer in the nint to tie the prune nnd drove in th winning run in the 10th. Little Rock Manager Ste\ Souchock inserted himself into th lineup for the first time — , although he was of no help bat, going: O-for-4, the Travelers won their second game of the season. Memphis starter Paul Stuffel signalled his own downfall by loaldng the bases with walks in the fourth. Paul Jones promptly drove in two runs. Empty Homer Jones brought his RBI count to four with a triple in the eighth. Jim Marshall and John Romano homered with the bases empty for Memphis. Birmingham was helped along by four Atlanta errors for the second night in a row. Canadian Wilson Parsons, stopped Atlanta on five hits. Frank Wehner blasted a biiKes-lcuided homer during the Borons' 7-run explosion in the seventh. Paps Take Five Firsts in Dual Cinder Brawl By SON'VY SANDERS" Courier News Correspondent CARUTHERSVILLE — Ca- Caruthersville's Junior High Cubs whipped Blytheville's Papooses, 65-42, in a track and field meet here Wednesday afternoon. The summary: 880 yard dash — Owens (C), Elwood Patterson (C), Norman (C), 2:25.9. 440 relay — Blytheville. :53.0. Broad jump — Stilwell (B), Ddle (B), Raburn (C), 17 ft., 7 In. Shot put — Burge (C), Bruce (B), Grooms (C), 40 ft. Discus — Burge (C), Lovelace (B). Grooms (C), 116 ft., 3 in. 120 low hurdles — Ward (C), Pulley (B), Tedder (C), :17.2. 60 yard dash — Pulley (B), Raburn (C), Hinton (C). :07.2. Pole vault — Hinton (C), Grooms (C), Dowell (C). High jump — Maxwell, Bomar, Hinton, Grooms, all of Caruthers- vlfle, in four-way tie for first. 440 yard dash — Owens (C), Sullivan (B), Ward (C), :62.6. 220 yard dash — Watson (B), Raburn (C), Tedder (C), :27.0. 100 yard dash — Pulley. (B), Tedder (C). Burge (C), :11.5. 880 relay — Blytheville, Caruthersville, 1:50.3. '; I Chicks, Ten Area Teams In The Annual ASC Invitatibnal JONESBORO — Track teams from Blytheville, Luxora, Manila, Leachville, Kdiser, Wilson, Caruthersville, Wardell, Carruth, Kennett and Hayti are among the 41 track-warns participating in today's Arkansas State College High School Track Meet in Jonesbo^, In addition to Arkansas and Mis- *-—: • B .' 11 souri, Tennessee is also represent ed by Whitehaven. It Is an all.-day affair and includes every event approved by the Arkansas Athletic Committee. There is no classification of schools taking part as there was last year when teams were divided into "A" and "B" classes. The 1955 title Is being defended by the crack Missouri team, Charleston. They piled up 67 points last year. Caruthersvilie was next closest with 46 1 ,-; points. Ten records were smashed in that meet with Charleston contributing damage to five. This is the way the remainder of the field shaped up a year ago: Clarendon, 24, Conway, 21, West Memphis, 14, Newport, \VA, and there was a tie for the next position between Osceola and Blytheville. Both teams tabulated eight points. Jonesboro is not fielding a team this year. It was decided to participate in golf and tennis only this spring. Jaycees in Little League to Drill All Jaycee team members in the Little League are requested to meet their manager Charles Lutes at 9th Street Park tomorrow afternoon at 5 o'clock. This will be the team's first practice and an important one. Cory Choice In 'Hot' Open HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (/P) — The second annual $15,000 Hot Springs Open golf tournament opened here today. Bo Wininger is the defending champion and Gary Middlecofl the apparent favorite. Middlecoff, the former Memphis dentist, is considered the class of the field of about 70. But Wininger from Oklahoma City, is rated a good chance. Both Mlddlecoff and Wininger shot practice 69s yesterday, but they were bested by Gardnar Dickinson Jr. of Fort Worth, who turned in a 68. An old master and an unknown amateur each made a hole-rn-on«. Paul Hunyan, a native of Hot Springs and now a club pro at La Jolla. Calif., registered his ace on the 160-yard 17th hole. The amateur, Billy Jo« Denton ol Wilson, Ark., holed his shot on the 230-yard No. 11. Slim Lead for Trotters INDIANAPOLIS tfl—The Harlem Globetrotters carry a lead of 11 games to nine into their final exhibition basketball contest with the College All-Stars here tonight. Rocky Might Talk Tomorrow NEW YORK (fP)— Rocky Marcl- ana's big decision— to retire or not to retire— is due within 10 days and may be made tomorrow when the heavyweight champion meets with his manager, Al WeiLt, at Macon, Ga. Since Weill and promoter Jim Norris, president of the International Boxing Club, have patched up their "leud", only the word of Marciano is necessary to start the drums beating for a big September match. NorrLs revealed plans yesterday for a series of elimination bouts to provide a September challenger —or a new champ if Rocky quits. Norris said he had to await word from Weill on Marciano's future. "There is a feeling around that he is going to retire," said Norris. "I don't, share that feeling. If we can show him where he can draw n $500,000 gate in September we think he will fight. It is up to us to come up with a good challenger." The blueprints for a tournament already are in the hands of Norris. 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