The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 27, 1953 · Page 7
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MONDAY, TOLT 87, 1983 BLYTHEVTLLB (ARK.V CUURIHR NEWS PAGE SE7EH Jilly Hoeft Has } ossib ilities By JOE FALLS DETROIT (AP) — Is Yankee killer Billy Hoeft going b« another Hal Newhouser? The Yankees hope not. They had enough trouble with rince Hal, whose sparkling career came to an end last week But Hoeft, a 21-year-old pitching | put out the fire ,VB\ Jor the Detroit filters, may That he did-and looked like ,vel for the Detroit Tigers, may ye the world champions even bra trouble than Newhouser Newhouser concluded his 15-year reer with a 31-31 lifetime mark ;ainst the Yanks. Anybody who •eaks even against the New York's is considered doing good. Hoeft, pitching in the majors only year and a half, 'has brought 'wn the Bombers four times. Billy has been beaten five times : the Yankees but the fact he is won or lost nine agninst them such a short time indicates the igers think highly of him. So do e Yankees "He could be as good as New- juser someday.' said Casey Sten- el, Yankee Skipper. "The big oint about the kid is that he gets ic ball over the plate." Tiger Manager Fred Hutchinson — pro doing it. He fanned pinchhitter Andy Carey and Oil McDougald to protect Miller's first big-league '•I don't reel any different against the Yankees," Hoeft said. But I have no secret formula for lei'ues—Nfize, Bera and Mantle. "I do pretty welt against' their th?m. I just want to beat every, body." lid: "The boy is a helluva pitcher. .nd he's only 21. Sometimes I get •rltated when lie makes a mis- ike out there but then I remind lyself of his age.' Hoett whipped the Yankees 5-1 'riday night in what he termed Batts Says He Js to Blame For Fight DETROIT (AP) — Catcher Matt Batts of the Detroit Ti gers takes full blame for hi brief fight with Billy (On> Round) Martin, second base man of the New York Yan kees. The two clashed in the seconi game of Sunday's doubleheader after Martin was tagged out ....led eight in evening his sea- on's record at 7-7. He relieved against the Yanks in he first game of yesterday's dou- le-header and stopped them cold, le replaced rookie Bob Miller, 18•ear-old bonus baby, in the eighth n.iiig. The bases were filled, there as one out and 47,717 fans were ^earning for Billy the Killer to High School Swim K eet to be Held rLittleRock The Arkansas Athletic Associa- ion will stage its 1th Annual State ligh School Swimming and Diving aiampionship of boys and girls at he War Memorial Pool, Little lock Wednesday, August 5th. Prelimin ries nre scheduled for •00 P.M. and the finals Will be eW at 1:30. . Boys will compete In two divisions", one for the Big 7 members tnd one for all other schools. Were is but one classification for •iris. All diving will be from the one- neter board. Each contestant will ie required to execute six dives, ,hrce required and three optional. Other events included in the pro- Tarn are 25 meter freestyle. 50 neter freestyle, 50 meter back- itrohe I- reter breaststroke. 100 meter freestyle and 100 meter re- ay- first on a double. 'He tagged me twice and then hit me in the nose with the ball,' Martin said 'I guess that's right," said Bats 'I lost my head and struck him the nose. I guess I was jus fed up with the way things wer going. "It wasn't Martin's fault an I'm sorry." It was Martin's fourth scuff] in the last two years. He ha tangled twice with Clint Courtney St. Louis Browns catcher, and wit Jim Piersall, outfielder on the Bos ten Red Sox. and he almost tan g!od with Tiger Catcher Johr Bucha at second in the first game Oliver $3,000 Richer Now ENGINEERING JOB—Edward Olander gaffed this eight-foot 11-inch, 196-pound blue marlin 12 miles off Bermuda after two- hour fight. Olander, an engineer, won first prize in the 1949 and 1951 Bermuda meets. (NBA) Tennis Meet to B At Greenville The Mississippi Delta Open Tennis Championship will be held at Greenville, Mississippi August /10th through 16th. The tournament will have eight divisions consisting of singles and' doubles for men, women, juniors, and junior girls. The results of the tournament will be used in determining Southern Tennis rankings. Jonesboro Is Site of Red Bird Tryouts The Saint Louis Cardinals wil hold tryouts in Jonesboro this week to look over new prospects for the Cardinal farm system from among the young northeast Arkansas baseball players who seek professional careers. Veteran Cardinal Scouts W H. "Buddy" Lewis and Jack Sturdy will conduct the tryout sessions at State Teachers' College Field in Jonesboro, Ark., on Wednsday and Thursday, July 29 and 30. Lewis and Sturdy will gel workouts at Jonesboro underway each morning promptly at 10 o'clock. Players between 17, and 23 who re- Sets Record • In KG Meet, Furgol 2nd By SKIPPER r.vrnick KANSAS CITY (AP) — Ed (Porky) Oliver left for the All Men's professional gol£ tournament at Chicago this week $3,000 fatter and with his first victory in four tries in the Kansas City open. .. Oliver, the chubby good natured man from Palm Springs, Calif., set a tournament record here of 239, nineteen strokes under par, in winning first prize by two strokes over Marty Furgol of Lemont, 111. Porky, who holds the Milburn County Club course record of 10 under par 62 set in 1950, fired the last round yesterday in 65. Furgol hit a 67 for 271. He and Oliver had started the final round two strokes over Earl Stewart Jr., Dallas, and Doug Ford, Harrison, N. Y. Stewart Took Third Stewart's 71 put him in third place with 273, but Ford soared to a 75 and finished in a tie with Upland Gibson, Kansas City foi »mhth and ninth places, each with 277s. The top 30 .players here qualified for the All America meet at Chi- :a(iO. Cary Middlecoff, of Memphis, Tenn., seeking his third straight, championshin finished out of the mcney after taking an even par n and a 287 total. PGA champion Walter Burkemo,. New Franklin, Mich., failed " to qualify for the last two rounds. LJoyd Mancrum, the 1950 champion from Niles, 111., played the final round n 10 and finished in a three way tie with Jim Turnesa, BriarcliH, N. Y., and Bo Wininger, Oklanoma. City, for the fourth, fifth and sixth spots. Gien Fowler of Oklahoma City ab the low amateur with a 285. Enos Slaughter of the St. Louis Cardinals has played in two World Series, 1942 and 1946, and has been on the winning side both times. In the 1946 series he scored the winning against the Red Sox. In eight intercollegiate sports this year the University of Florida won 69 contests, lost 23 and tied two for a winning mark of .750. port for the sessions are to bring ; their own glove, shoes and a uni- '. form, If they have one. The Card!- ! nals will refund all expenses inci- i dent to attending the sessions to all , players signed to a contract. by Felix Carney We note that Netre Dame has signed a long-term pact to have its football games televised on a national theater cir- »-uit. However, football fans with television sets will have plenty of pigskin fare this fall The NCAA football "Game of the week" series will begin Sept. 19th, and it will include 11 complete games and parts of 8 others to be telecast over a 12 week period Even Notre Dame is included in the list, for its tussle with Southern Methodist ... and other teams include Michigan, Michigan State, Princeton, Cornell, California, Texas, Alabama, Holy Cross and many others. Frank Capra, famous Hollywood director of such Academy Award winning pictures as "It Happened One Night," has signed to produce a television show. More of the big names in show business are swinging over to TV every day. The Federal Civil Defense Administration has just released to TV stations throughout thfc country a 10-minute K'cumentary film showing the effects of am atomic bomb blast on frame houses, bomb shelters and automobiles. TV is a good medium for showing us what to do inan emergency ... but let's hope this one never happens! Another trner- gency we can hope to avoid is breakdown of-your old Television set. For guaranteed service and repair there is none better qualified than our service men. Call us.. • BLYTHE- V1U.E SALES .CO., 10!) East Main Street, Phone 3616. cost or savings Granted that water is free; granted that you are paying only to have water gathered, safeguarded and distributed; just what is it costing you? » What, for example, does it cost to get enough water delivered to wash your face — just to fill the basin? Less than five one-hundredlhs of a cent, or less than five cents a month, assuming you're satisfied to clean up three times a day. You can get all the water you require for a bath, poured right into the tub for approximately a penny, and a shower will cost you even less. The bill for flushing a toilet runs about two-tenths of a cent. Go out and water your garden. Give it a good hour's soaking. Then count the cost. It may set you back a dime. Add all these costs up: allow for the water used for drinking and cofee making and cooking, include laundry and household cleaning requirements, and then consider how you'd go about meeting your water needs if you didn't have a public supply system. Suppose you want to keep that garden verdant and blooming. You've been pouring some 300 gallons an hour on it at a cost of ten cents or so. Pumping and carrying the same amount of water would take at least six hours. Even if you could get one of the neighbors' youngsters to work for fifty cents an hour (in itself quite unlikely these days), you would have to spend ninety dollars a month for the service. Compute any of your other water uses on the same basis and try to think of any other commodity which is delivered to you, guaranteed ready to consume or employ, at a comparable price! The important thing about your water bill is not the charges 11 records, but th» savings it doesn't mention. Blytheville Water Co. "Watit It Your Cheapest Commodity" Hudson's Sale Continues! MEN'S SUITS DRASTICALLY REDUCED! PRICE • Gabardines • Silks • Tropicals • Worsteds All Famous Lines. A Galaxy of Colors and Styles to Choose from. ALL REGULAR $25 GABARDINE SUITS ALL REGULAR $45 ALL WOOL SUITS ALL REGULAR 32.50 ALL WOOL SUITS ALL REGULAR $65 ALL WOOL SUITS BUY NOW AND SAVE ONE-HALF All Sales Final — Small Charge for Alterations HUDSON CLEANER-CLOTHIER-TAILOR

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