The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 23, 1953 · Page 11
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JTJI/Y N, MM BLT1HVTILLB '(MX.f OOUMBR PAGH5 Bosses Oppose Moving West NEW YORK (AP) — Realignment of baseball's major leagues to take in Kansas City, Los Angeles and San Fran Cisco is strongly opposed by at least three owners. The possible shift of several franchises to populous areas now ' supporting minor league bal! has been a red-hot Issue ever since the Braves were transferred from Boston to Milwaukee with marked Increase in gate receipts and the American League refused the Browns permission to move to Baltimore. Del Webb, co-owner of the New York Yankees, suggested at the recent major league meetings in Cincinnati that the American League transfer the Browns and the Philadelphia Athletics to Los Angeles and San Francisco. And earlier this week The Sport- Ing News, baseball publication, reported Bill Veeck's Browns are due to leave St. Louis for Kansas City. Other reports had the Phillies bowing out of Philadelphia if the Athletics dor't, with either Los Angeles or San Francisco as their destination. Owners Answer To these reports came answers from owner-president Bob Carpenter of the Phillies; Roy Mack, executive vice president of the I, Athletics and Clark Griffith, presi- jv j 'dent and owner of the Washington Senators. "I'm here to stay," said Carpenter. "If Webb thinks the Pacific Coast is such a swell place to have a ball club. Jet him move his own club out there and stop trying to run my business. "One of the troubles with big league baseb&Il now Is that International bankers and guys who get 10 million dollar federal building contracts are tryng to tell everyone else how to run his business. "Let them attend to their politics and contract and let me struggle building a ball club. I don't tell them what they should do and I don't welcome their advice on what I should do.' Previously, Mack said the Athletics were going to remain in Philadelphia. Griffith got into the discussion and expressed disapproval of suggested plans to shift the Browns to Kansas City. "It's not that I have anything against Kansas City," said Griffith. "It's just that they're not in our circuit geographically. I don't want any change that will increase our traveling difficulties." Griffith added he thought the American League should extend its territory no farther west than St. Louis, pointing out there are several cities such as Baltimore and Minneapolis that would be interested in taking over the St. Louis ranchise. Arkansas Sportettes Lagging UA Ticket Sales Reflect Wyatt's Manners LITTLE ROCK By CARL BELL (AP) — Next to a winning team, the Head Rolling Abounds in Open Season on Managers HIGH FLYER—Olavi Rinteen- paa soared over a water hazard during the 3000-meter steeplechase of an international meet at Helsinki's Olympic Stadium The slender Finn shaded the 8 minutes, 45.4 seconds by Horace Ashenfelter in last year's Olympic Games with 8:44.4 (NEA) For Tliird Title Lloyd Mangrum Seen as Tough Competitor By SKIPPER PATRICK By TOM PEOPLE* NEA Staff Correspondent CLEVELAND — (NEA) — Al Lopez was under heavy fire when the Indians fell 11 1/2 games off the Yankees' early pace. A six game winning streak and * sudden reversal of form by the World Champions enabled the. Cleveland club to narrow the gap and took some of the heat off Lopez- The Tribe's chief isn't out of the woods, however, especially after losing the last four of five in Chicago to drop eight-and-a-half games back of the New York club. Cleveland fans are tired of their annual second-place finish, and what's worse, the White Sox look as if they could beat them out of that. As the late Alva Bradley, onetime Cleveland owner, remarked: "We only hire the manager. The ns five him." Cleveland attendance has been disappointing- Poor attendance also could result in Jimmy Dykes being replaced as head of the Athletics. The same goes for Marty Marion and the Browne. 4 * « This is the open season on managers, but being fired is old hat to most of them, and they usually bounce back like your mother-in- law. Freddie Hutchinson of the Tigers is one of the few who hasn't been dismissed. The club played .50 *~ ball after the trade with the In dians, but something has to be don in Detroit. Brooklyn fans still remember vi vldly how their 1951 club blew IS'.s-game lead and the pennant t the hated Giants. While the faitnfu igree that Charley Dressen's pitch ing isn't the best, they drool at hi line of sluggers—Robinson, Cam Osceo/o Little League to Meet Harrison Tonight in Twin-Bill The CWceola Little Leaguers will get back, into action tonight when tbey play host to the Harrlsburg team In a doubleheader. One of the games will be a makeup affair which wai caused by a rained out game two weeks ago. With a record of 7-7. the Tribe will be battling to hold on to the number three slot in the Northeast Arkansas Little League standing. Their game with Marked Tree Tuesday night was rained 9Ut. After tonight's affair the Oeceola team has one more week of regular their bid for the NEA Tournament Championship which will be played off in Wynne starting August Jrd. Rice Nearly Errorless PHILADELPHIA W) — Del Rice, catcher for the St. Louis Cardinals, will remember his 64th game this year. After playing 63 games without an error he failed to hold » third strike pitch to Willie Jones, enabling the Phillies' third sacker to reach base safely. The pitcher for the Redbirds was Harvey Haddix. Rice was happy, however, at the ft- hamp, is considered his toughest for the 72-hole meet ending iSunday. The 6,500-yard Milburn Country Club course hasn't proved too much of a test for the golfers in "(practice rounds the past two days. I Par 72 has been comparatively Actually, the prospects for big | Douglas Raorbacks won only nine eas y for most a! the Saod shoot- crowds aren't that much darker games in three eeasons. But the t*- ers ' KANSAS CITY l.fl—Cary Middle- off begins his scrap .for a third traight title in the Kansas City I panella, Hodges—Snider, Purillo an Open Golf Tournament today] cox. If the Dodgers lose, Chuc gainst a field that includes most Drcssen had best head for the near f the nation's better shooters. Middlecoff won the last two of ie four tournaments here in play- ffs. Lloyd Mangrum, the 1950 best gimmick for boosting college football attendance is the hiring of a new coach. So, at first glance, it's a surprise to know that the University of Arkansas' advance ticket sales are roughly 35 per cent behind last year's. than they were a year ago, for the advance sale opened later this summer. Nevertheless the decline in the number of fans buying their ducat early reflects somewhat the wa new Head Coach Bowden Wyatt op crates. Contrast Wyatt's actions wit those of Otis Douglas three year ago. When Douglas took over the Ra orback coaching reins, he painted pretty picture of victories. He ii herited a team which, though disai pointing, had managed to win ha] Its games the year before. Anc whether intentionally or not, Doug las led everyone to believe ohat th "pro system" he was Installing just the finishing touch needed t bowl over the opposition. Nine Wins in 3 Years It didn't work out that way. Tin NOTICE OF PETITION TO ANNEX TERRITORY Notice is hereby given that a pe> tition has been filed in the Coun ty Court for the Chickasawba Dis> trict of Mississippi County, Arkansas, by Russell K. Marr, Marguerite W. Marr, his wife; J. R. Marr, Jr. Mary Kathryn Marr, his wife; G. E Snider and Bill McCaughey, who are the owners of the property mentioned herein, for the annexation of the following property to the City of Blytheville, Arkansas: Beginning on the present corporate line of Blytheville in the north line of Hardin street, at a point which is 50 feet north of the northeast corner of lot No. 2, block No. 5 of the Country Club Area Addition to Blytheville ,and running thence north 703 feet, to the south line of Marr Avenue; thence west along the south line of Marr Avenue. 230 feet to point of intersection With present corporate line of Blytheville; thence south long present corporate; line, to point of intersection with the south line of Lot No. 4, block No. 2, of the Country Club Area of Blytheville, Arkansas; thence east along present corporate line, 40 feet; thence south along present corporate line, 285 feet to point of intersection with north line of Hardin Street; thence east along present corporate line and along north line of Hardin Street, 190 feet to the point oJ beginning. Dated at Blytheville. Arkansas, on this 6th day of July, 1953. Marcus Evrard, Attorney for Petitioners 7J9-16-23 MEYER & CHILES ENGINEERS P.O. Box 778 1st National Bank Bldg. Blytheville, Ark. J. W. Meyer Blythr.vllle, Ark. Phone* Office Z261 . Mtl R.L 'Bob' Chiles Osceoli. Ark. Photw 991 Professional Engineer License No. 333 vance ballyhoo was good for attendance. Look what Wyatt is doing. He's using every opportunity to w: Arkansas followers not to expect much. He promises no victories— Just a hard working team. Wyatt was trained by Gen. Bob Neyland at Tennessee, and a oasic principle of the Neyland system is not to build up a team in advance —heap on the praise after the season ends. Therefore, you might expect Wyatt to be reticent even if he had the makings of a champion. Similar psychology helped Arkansas earn a Colon Bowl bid under John Earnhill, another Tennessee man, in 1946. No Letdown But Wyatt doesn't have to strain this year to create the proper psychology—a pschology which often paves the way for a big upset. His material comes from a team which won only two games last Tall and from, the freshman squad. You don't The only big name players missing from the fifth tournament being played for Mercy Hospital for crippled children in Kansas Citv are Ben Hogan and Sammy Snead. Hogan is still celebrating his recent British Open crown and Snead is ailin°. At least half a dozen of (he ont- s.'snding professionals predicted f lr st io est shelter. Leo Durocher has been faulted 01 several counts, the principal on being not finding his correct line up until mid-June. If the Giants fai to get and stay up ther, the dand little leader might be permitted t follow his wife, Laraine Day, int the television field. Rogers Hornsby developed Gu Bell and Jim Greengrass and pitcher or two in Cincinnati, bu The Rajah is a conceded expert or Setting fired. Phil Cavarretta has had a par' tircularly undistinguished run wit! the Cubs. The truth is that managers gen erall.v are discharged because they don't have enough good players, bu 1 the fact remain:! that they are th the winner this time will shoot about 273, or 15 strokes under p.nr. A couple said it would go for about 270. expect personnel like that to set the world on fire. Further, Wyatt has lost some of his better boys through scholastic failures and baseball bonuses. Attendance may suffer, but big Bowden isn't building the folks up for a terrific letdown. He's IcUmg change. go when it's time for a Jn (he Chancery Court, Clilcka- saivba District, Mississippi County Arkansas. Ed Tramble, Ptf. vs. Oliver Phillips and David Phillips, Dfts. The defendants, Oliver Phillips and David Phillips, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days In the court named in the caption them the facts of football life. As. hereof and answer the complaint of result, each triumph likely will be a pleasant surprise to Razorback boosters. Reaction to defeats probably will be: "Wyatt needs time to build a winner." the plaintiff. Ed Tramble. Date this 30th day of June, 1953. Geraldine Liston, Clerk Ed B. Cook atty. 7|2 9-18-23 Search High... Search Low... You're this is the Finest But why search at a//? Just look for (lie whiskey that's most in the public eye, Seagram's 7 Crown! As you gip America's r "vorile whiskey, you know you have the smoothe: ik in the world right under your nose I Seagram's 7 Crown. Blended Whiskey. 86.8 Proof. 65% Grain Neutral Spirits. Seagram-Distillers Corp., N. Y. Makes any gin drink a better drink... 90 PROOF . DISTILLED FROM GRAIN" 1 CONTINENTAL DISTILLING CORP., PHILA., PA. <33 I K KVi. seasonal play before they put In nal results. The Cards won, 4-3. OWN YOUR HOME! Somt Builders Build Just Housas, But We Have Built You a Home! THREE beautiful Brick homei to chow from. Built of thi «rj belt materials throughout. Larje Lifetime GentT* kitcheni. Forced Air Central heatini «jstemi. Partially Al» Conditioned. Tiled Bath», equipped with American SUni- ard colored fixtures. Insulated wmlls and ceilings. TheM houses have 2 bedrooms and den or can be used conveniently as 3 bedrooms. Car ports or attached garage. Large landscaped lots on paved street*. Located at 504 Hardla Street, 1104 & 1108 North Fifth Street In Country Club Area Addition. Open for Inspection Sindaj 2 to * P.M. Week days by appointment. See or Call Johnny Marr or Russell Marr Realtors and Builders Phone 4111 R M . Phone 2596 INSECT DAMAGE TO CROPS? We offer to the farmers free field inspection for Thrips, Army Worms, Red Spider and other insect damage. We have six pound toxaphene, 25 per cent DDT, BHC and DDT 9/15 liquids. Also dust. If you have insect or poison problems, fee! free t* call on us at any time. Blytheville Soybean Corp. 1800 W. 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