The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 15, 1955 · Page 8
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f AOB BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWI FRIDAY, APBtL 15,1988 Chicks Tie for 7th In ASC Track Meet *»¥* »»*» SeMo Teams Master Field Chickasaw trackmen notched only eight points In the Northeast Arkansas-Southeast Missouri track and field meet at Arkansas State College yesterday, but that was good for a tie for seventh place among 25 teams entered in the huge affair. Parored teami from Southeast XCiMOuri, u expect*' 1 ran away with *e match. Charleston with tl points far outdistanced the field. Otruthersville scored 46'/t points for a lirm hold on second place. Clarendon was third with 34, Conway had 31, Weit Memphis score Baseball Standings THE ASSOCIATED PRFSS AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pet. Behind Boston 2 0 i-P 00 Cleveland 2 ° 1-000 New York 1 1 .500 1 Chicago 1 1 .™> 1 Washington 11 -500 1 Kama* City .... 1 1 .338 H4 Detroit 1 S -333 I'/, Baltimore 0 2 .000 2 Friday's Schedule Cleveland at Detroit — Score (0-0) Vs Lary (0-0) New York at Boston — Turley (14-1S) Vs Brewer (10-9) Only games scheduled Thursday's Result* Boston 8, New York 4 Cleveland 5, Detroit J Chicago 7, Kansas City 1 Baltimore at Washington (postponed, rain) MATIONArT LEAGUE W L Pet. Behind Chicago 3 0 1.000 Brooklyn 2 0 1.000 % ..delphim ... 20 1.000 '/a Milwaukee 11 .500 1% St. Loull 1 1 -500 l'/ 2 Pittsburgh 0 J .000 2'/ 2 New York 01 .000 2'/ 2 Cincinnati OS .000 S Friday's Schedule Brooklyn at New York—Loes (13- I) Vs. Gomez (17-9) Philadelphia at Pittsburgh—Mey- •r (0-0) Vs Bowman 0-0) Only games scheduled Thursday's Results Chicago 8, Cincinnati 4 (10 innings) . Brooklyn 10, New York 8 Philadelphia 4, Pittsburgh 3 St. Louis 8, Milwaukee 7 (11 In- nlngB) . SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Atlanta. 4 1 .800 — Memphis 3 1 .760 ',i New Orleans 2 1 .067 1 Nashville 3 2 .600 1 Birmingham 2 2 .500 I'/j Mobile 1 2 .338 2 Little Rock 1 3 .250 2>/ 2 Chattanooga 1 5 .167 V,k Yesterday's KcMilta Memphis 9, Little Rock 1 Atlanta S, Chattanooga 3 New Orleans 13, Mobile 3 Birmingham II, Nashville 10 Games Today Birmingham nt Atlanta, night Little Rock at. Mobile, night Chattanooga at Nashville, night Only games scheduled. TEXAS LEAGUE Dallas 4, Houston 3 San Antonio 8. Fort Worth 6 Tulsa 1, Shreveport 0 Beaumont 9. Oklahoma City 3 14, Newport tallied ll'A and Oeccola had eight points to tie Blythcville for seventh. Only 16 of the 25 teams entered were able to scratch the Scoreboard. Others were Cardwell with 6, Marked Tree 5. Kelser 4, Wnrdell 3'A, Wilson 1, and Batesvllle, Corning and Old Sulphur Dell At Nashville Not Changed One Bit By The Associated Preiw New faces dominate many Southern rosters this season and the catcher's box has a strange new narrow look. But nostalgic fans can be happy with one item—Nashville's Sulphur Dell hasn't changed a bit. The ball park with the neighborly I'ence in right field still gives pitchers young and old the jitters. Nashville and Birmingham managers waved toward the bullpen 17 times during the past two evenings while the Vols and Barons were amassing 41 runs in 6 hours and 28 minutes of diamond mayhem. Birmingham coppea last night's base-hit marathon 11-10 after bowing 9-11 to the Vols the night before. The bat-handlers mauled tho dazed pitchers for 52 hits in the slam-bang series. On slightly quieter premises, Atlanta grabbed solo possession of the league lend by running Its home winning streak over Chattanooga to 14 with a 5-3 decision; Memphis took second place with a 9-1 victory over Little Rock, and New Orleans turned on the power and rose to third by thrashing Mobile 13-3. Fights Last Night LOK Angeles — Johnny Bummer- lin, 192, Detroit, knocked out Clwr- lio Powell, 212&. San Diego, 6. Dallas — Bobby Spaeth, 182, Kansas City, knocked out Oscar Pharo, 102, Birmingham, Aln, 0. Milwaukee — SiiRiir Ray Robinson, 163, New York, slopped Tod Olla, 104, Milwaukee. 3. Hays, Ka n — Bobby Blcklc, 140 l /2 ( HolshiKton, Kan. outpointed Eddie Brant, 14516, Dayton, Ohio 10. Bangtail-Preferred Has Unpreferred Asset (?) NEW YORK (/I 1 )—Bangtail Preferred Inc. Is worried about Its sole asset, a race horse named Fly—which doesn't. The bangtail group is made up of 142 udvevtlsliiR people who chipped in $10,000 lust May to buy $50 shares in Fly, a three-year- old gelding. The horse made its first start at Jamaica yesterday — a $3,800 claiming race for nags that never won a race. Ho finished dead last in a fit-Id of 10. Pocahontas. Ten new record* were act in the meet which wat the seventh annual session, Dlxon Tien Mark Top performers of the day was yesterday afternoon in the 100- yard dash preliminaries. Bobby Dlxon, Keiser flash won the preliminary with a 9.9 mark whicia ties the state record for all classifications set by J. p, Moore of Behl ton in 1040. But Dlxon couldn't do It again in the finals last night, and loat to Powell of Charleston who turned In a very good time of 10 seconds which also topped the old rr.cet record. Charleston got nine firsts out of 15 events In racking up it* wide victory margin. Caruthcrsvllle took first place In three events. Charleston also made a clean sweep of the relays. Blythevtllf/s eight points were notched in four events. Allan shanks with a third in the shot put and Freddy Akers with a third in the 180-yard low hurdles, each got three points. Hays Sullivan, finishing fifth In the 220-yard dash, got one point and the Chick 440-yard relay team picked up another with a fifth place. ftesultH Shot put—Watson of Charleston, Daniels of Charleston, Shanks of Blythevllle, Rodgers of Osceola, Jobe of Batesvllle. 51'7V (record). Discus—Daniels of Charleston, Staples of Charleston, Rodgers of Osceola; Grclner of Conway, Anderson of Conway. 127'4'V. Broad Jump—Powell of Charleston, Taylor of West Memphis, Mills of Conway, Burnett of Pocahontas, Hawks of Conway. 20'2". High jump—Neal of Clrcndon and Hankms of Newport (tie), McDonald of Newport, Chandler of Wilson, Abernathy of Caruthcrsvllle, Taylor of West Memphis. (3-way tie for fourth). 5'8". Pole vault—Bone of Charleston and Darnell of Caruthersville (tie), Lee of Conway, Gills of Wardell, Clements of Comvuy and Hatler of Wardell (tie). IQ'IQ". 440 relay—Charleston, Caruthersville, Clarendon, Osceola, Bly- thevllle. 45:9 (record). 120 yard high hurdles—Hill of Ca- ruthersvltle, Hnnkins of Ncwiwrt. Jones of Caruthersvllle, Ford of Conway, Field of Clarendon. 15.9. 100 dash—Powell of Charleston, Dixon of Ketser, Leslie of Caruth- ersvllle, Smith of Marked Tree, Vaughn of Cardwell. 10. Mile run — Lane of Charleston, The rise of Clarendon, Davia of Ca- nither.svillc, Patterson of Caruth- crsvjlle, Sherman of Corning. 4:54.5 (record). U80 relay — Charleston, Conway, Clarendon, West Memphis, Osce- oln. 1:36.2. 440 dash — Tnylor of West Memphis, Hughes of C h a r 1 es ton, Vaughn of Cnrdwcll, McCutcheon of Charleston and Brown of War- dull (tic). 54.3. 1BO low hurdles — Steelimd of Clarendon, Hill of Csruthersville, Akers of Blyihevillc, Cook of Caruthersville, Williams of Charleston. 22 seconds (record). BHO-yard run — McCoy of Caruth- ersvllle, Lane of Charleston, Sher- mnn of Corning, Theriac of Clarendon, Mnnvllle of Conway. 2:07.4. 220 dash — Lesley of Caruthersville, Powell of Charleston. Smith Sports Roundup / r / by \-jaijlc Olson s New Righthand Punch NEW YORK (AP) The most exciting fistic event in some time, witnessed by a national television audience the other night, was the unveiling of middleweight champion Bobo Olson's new righthand punch, which previously had been a well-kepi military secret. In scoring two clean knockdowns ol the rugged veteran Joey Maxim with shots to the jaw. the Hawaiian-born titleholder did something which scores of bigger men have failed to do over the years. Probably no one was more surprised than Maxim, who previously had hit the deck only four times in more than 100 bouts. At 169 pounds, nine above the legal limit for his division, Olson was a most Impressive fighter. He resembled almost not at all the willing mauler who cnme out of the west and, largely through his almost unbelievable stamina, wore down and defeated every rival for the middleweight crown over the last several years. No matter how Archie Moore, the 175-pound champion, makes out in his bout with heavyweight Nino Valdes In their nontitle go at Las Vegas May 2, an outdoor attraction between the .clever Negro and Olson in one of the local boll parks this summer would give each of Beer Specials 24 cans $3.25 6 cans 90 BUDWEISER or BLUE RIBBON 6 cam $1.00 PHILIP APPLEBAUM LIQUOR STORE 111 I. Fifth Ph. 1-M41 them a fine payday. With the emergency ol Olson as n potential knockout arti.st, Moore scarcely can sustain his claim that thtM-e is no 175-pounder worth his attention. BIG SAFETY SPECIAL Brake inspection Lubrication Oil Change (5 qts.) Tires rotated Front wheels balanced $ All for Only 5.80 YOUR CAR NEEDS A SPRING CHECK-UP 6 Cyl. Models $550 *^ Plus Parts 8 Cyl. Models • Points Checked • Spark plugs Cleaned and re - gapped • Check & Adjust lights • Check radiator hose • Drain & flush radiator • Check shock absorbers • Check fan belt • Check exhaust system $700 ' Plus P: U SEAY MOTOR CO. Chrysler-Plymouth Sulse & Service 131 E. Main Ph. 2-2121 THE MANLY ''ARTS' Mickey Walker, left, former welter and middleweight champion and Lou Nova right one-time heavyweight hope, have turned to the art world and theater. Walker holds one of his better products at .bowing he held in New York. Nova holds a pa.r.of dice and chomps on a cigar in rehearsal session for "Guys and Dolls," a musical in which Lou is cast. With him i» Loys Lozano, another cast member. Robinson. Tkinks Great Pressure Hurting Mays By JOE REICHLER NEW YORK (AP) — The ever-growing, punishing pressure on Willie Mays makes this the toughest of all years for the New York Giants' brilliant center fielder. So says Jackie Robinson, the Dodger star, who as the first Negro to play in the majors, had to surmount the greatest pressure ever heaped upon a baseball player. Long after Brooklyn had outlast- er the Giants 10-8 in a wild slug- feat at the Polo Grounds yesterday, Jackie remained in the club-house relaxing. "I'll tell you what waa the most significant thing about our victory,' he .said suddenly. "It was our ability to stop Willie Mays. Homers Only "You know something. I don't envy Willie. Everybody is expecting him to duplicate or better his great season of 1954. They won't settle for less Look what happened out there today. Every time !ie came to bat, the fans started yelllnr for * home run, "I think he is already showing signs of pressure. I could detect It from the way he was swinging today. He was going after too many bad balls. "He didn't worry us at all today. We figured on getting him out. We didn't feel that way about him last year. Every time he came to bat lie Is a great player. I think he's going to become one of the greatest of all time. Nejct year, when I'll probably be rooting for him to nit .400. But this year I wish him nothing, man. The Giants can't win unless Willie has another great year." Porkers Divide Pair with Tulsa TULSA, Okla. ttfl — Arkansas' Tom Cusnck allowed the University of Tulsa only two hits yesterday but the Tulsnns won the opener of a doublchender 3-2. The Rn- zorbncks defeated Tulsa 10-7 In the second gnme. Harold Wnychoff singled for Tulsa in the fourth inning of the opening game t/> ruin Cu.sack's effort and break a 2-2 tie. The Rnv.orbncks put together four runs In the fifth and sixth innings of the nightcap after the Tulsnns had tied the score. Gene Baker of the Chicago Cubs never played second base until last year. As a rookie in 1954 he was the Cubs' regular second sucker. of Marked Tree, Vaughn of Cardwell. Sullivan of Blythevtlle. 23 seconds (record). MHe Relay — Charleston, Caruthersville, Comvay. West Memphis, Clarendon. 3.42.6 (record). RE-JOINS PHILLIPS After three years absence, we Are pi case tl to announce the return of MR, CLARENCE S. HOWDY to our sales staff, prior to his absence, Mr. Dowdy was associated with Phillips Motor Co, for x period of 1ft years, lie Is c.ificr to renew iiciiualnt- ances with his many Ttlythevlllr, friends. Mr. Dowdy invites you to ... "come by and take ;i ride in (lie finest cnr on the road today—the '55 FORD!" PHILLIPS Motor Co. 300 Broadway Ph. 3-.U53 Willie Mara !n.st year we kept our fingers crossed. Somehow or other, we figured he'd hurt us and how he murdered us. Resentment Seen "Another thins that's not, going to help Willie Is the preferred treatment's he's been getting from Leo Durocher. That can cause resentment on the club. "Don't get me wrong. I think Wil- Detroit Wings Again Capture Hockey Crown DETROIT (/P)—The Detroit Red Wings resigned today as supreme rulers of the hockey world for the second straight season—and all because Aled Develvecchfo didn't like living in the "doghouse." The 23-year-old center from Fort William, Ont.—demoted and slapped on the wrist in midseason— triggered two big goals last night to lead the Red Wings to a 3-1 victory over the Montreal Cana[liens for the Stanley Cup championship. It was a brilliant victory for the Red Wings, coming on top of theiv seventh straight National Hockey People of Inherent Good Taste [ gel IVlUjltJj from GLENMORE MORE taste,. M PROOF quali MORE enjoyment. fv.ry drop dlttllt*! and kvtll.J by GLENMOKE IHSTILLKIUES COMPANY Louisville^ Kentucky The Finest USED TRACTORS Are Traded in on the NEW FORD 600 and 800 TRACTORS You Can Buy Them At Bargain Prices-Easy Terms At SNOW TRACTOR CO. 112 N. Franklin Phone 3-8951 BESTWAY CLEANERS Invites you to visit their NEW LOCATION Phone 2-2408 2012 W. Main Now Equipped to Serve You Better BobbyShantz, Nieman Very Impressive By JERRY LI8KA CHICAGO (AP) — Two baseball Bob's — Bob Shanti trf the Kansas City A's and Bob Nieman of the Chicago White Sox — had a new lease on life today. Shantz, the tiny southpaw whose career almost was extinguished the past t'vo seasons because of injuries, ti Tied in an impressive, 11 losing eifort as the A's bowed to the White Sox, 7-1, yesterday. Ironically, the guy who nullified a splendid comeback effort by Shanti mainly was Nieman, Chicago's questionable outfield acquisition from the Detroit Tigers. Nieman belted a windblown double and a solid homer for a 4-0 White Sox lead which clinched Chicago's home opener victory. Nieman was a "sidepiece" in a Ferris Pain for Walt Dropo deal. Regular Berth for Nieman Nieman's efforts won him a regular berth in the Sox outfield. Shantz drew praise both from A's Manager Lou .Boudreau and Sox Skipper Manty Marion for his seven-inning stint against the Sox League title. Floyd Curry tallied the lone Montreal tally. The victory gave the Bed Wings possession of the Stanley Cup for the seventh time, tying the mark set by the Toronto Maple Leafs. during whion he allowed five runs and six hits, three coming in tt» last frame he hurled. "He had fine stuff and . I w»» really pleased with his showing," said Boudreau. "We'll be happr K he can pitch that way for the next two months. We just plan until July. We want to get him in shape." Fine Fllclur Shantz had a 34-7 record in 1962, before a broken pitching wrist and a shoulder collapse made him almost entirely ineffective in 1963 and 1954. Ife was voted the league's most valuable player in 1952. Marion said the Sox players, while doubting that Shantz had his 1952 stuff, was a fine pitcher against them yesterday. Shantz, himself, said his arm felt good. "I was throwing as fast and as easily as 1 have ever done." he said. Bobby and his brother, Bill, formed the battery for the A's yesterday. It's the first bro&er battery since the Cooper brothers, Mort and Walker, toiled for the St. Louis 'Cardinals in the mid-forties. TWIN SYSTEM new 2 H. P. WINDOW AIR CONDITIONER COOLS A S OR 6 ROOM HOUSE No Water Connections Required • htihf InltlHri in ilindwf •litdov, thfaufh On utmoin, K rtrsiifh *4 »** • Hi htl mrt flplrit IHI I.GOMOI TWIN SVSTEM SAVES OPERATING COSTS For tupei tooling on hot doy» ui* both <edfng lyiHrm. , iav« operating com by uiinf •nly or* tooling lyiltm. Vornodo'i "Balanced Cooling" will coot your houje toiler, and better became only Vornodo properly boloncel Ihe three component! of air conditioning — Maximum Mechanical Cooling — Vortex Circulation and Maximum Dahumidifkolioft. *• uhimaht in balanced cooling •omfort. OhS#f tii*t from 'A H.P. to } H.f. 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