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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1947 New Backfield Coach Arrives To Speed Chick Conditioning For Banner '47 Football Season BY GKOUOK CLAItK (Courier News Sports Keillor) -,,., , W "! 1 T, S ' DnViS ' ° f Auvcrelie - Ark " ''«»"y-a|)|>oi,,ic<l bacKtiom coach 01 u,e clnoks, arrived in nlythevllle. yesterday u > as.sii.no In- r.ow dwies as , is ™t:ml tribal ehi c rtlain, two weeks ahead of schedule' navis. who graduated fro,,, (he University of Arkansas only mi »£<*.was recently named as ass is (ant director ,,f BlytHeville High Seta! .ll.tel.cs a,,d ..ackficld conch in . coaching turnover that * s meessllaled by Hill Godwin's resignation as head coach. His in-rival here was time BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS feclly as pr U - S enson football train]»B tor Iho Cliick;; gol underway today. He will have complete- charge "I Hie Chicks backfichl tt,i s Pall and will assist head eoach Finnan "Nig" ".yniim in oilier aihleties. The two Chick mentors called Ine first pow-wow of the 1017 .season tins aftr-rnoon with 33 warriors re- Porting. Of this number 11 are let-' tcrineii returning from last year's stmad. Following the issuing-of necessary equipment, both Ihe Chicks anil Ihe Paps begin (heir workouts »l the Ulydicville Country Club this aflcrnoon. For the first few days, the voung liopeliil.s will probably 0 ,,ly receive conditioning exercises due lo the extremely hot weather, and will set- w r .{.' W " '" hr "' ci Kcr "n">:igos next Included among tbc 11 rciuriiliiR i-tt,.,n,un are four luifkllehl mem- ui'rs From lasi year's srimul. They rarlaiul. Harol.l Triiylur," and I! «. Allen. Tlu.se candidates plus several experienced hacks cnn.im; l't« Tram | :1S( ,,,..„.., ,..,,,,. sl|oll ,;, Kin Davis ample material to work with. Linemen of the l<i-;fi Chick agpre- fiation who will return this ' include John Hoover L w * .^ l>ngh, Roy Smith. Lloyd Koontz Hilly Dob Elliott and' Don Be- slinrse. Billy Bracey. a 19-15 -letterman who received a broken arm in spring training la.st year and was out. nf action miring the rc»nla~ season, will be back iii the" fold" tills I Tint he WAI/n:it S. DAVIS (Oliick Ilnclifield Coach) ! ... i ance of last year's sensational ree- j ord which saw them crowned as official state champions. The pencil j pushing brigade have already start- year, ed rating the Tigers high above the other stale high school elevens. However, Wilson Matthews, thc new Tiger mentor, sings a different version of the well known song. "I Ain't Got Nobody." Matthews chewed the end of hi? tear-stained hankie last week when he announced year. Among the junior high Icttermen 01 last year who will probably see some action with the Chicks this year are. backs—Roger Linn. Larry Lulu, Benny Gentry. B. B Gee Jr and Harold Honeycutt: guards' Jimmy Garner and Kenneth Hood- ends—Don Bunch and William Syl- vesler; tackles-Jim Berry. Elwyn Caldwell and Buddy Donner Thc Chicks will-"have only three weeks in which training before to complete tlieit opening the 1347 —, 101) candidates to report for initial drills tins week. Of this group, about a half a dozen will be experienced, he claims. Way down in Dislricl 7, Bruins Take two From Memphis Defeat Chicks 3 to 1 And 4 to 1; Pelicans Beat Little Rock 1-0 ATLANTA, On.. Alljf. 20. (UP) — The margin between league-leading Mobile and second place New Orleans increased another half-mime today but the nil-out home stretch drive by both contenders grew noticeably warmer. Bolh the Pels and the Hears hiul to fight desperately to stave oil' de- fen Is last, night at the hands of seeond-dlvision clubs— and a loss by either could well have meant (he diirerence in a Dixie pennant. The Pels struggled 10-lnnlnus with Little Rock in New Orleans before finally punching across n n score in the tenth for a grueling 1 lo 0 win behind lanky Walker Cress 1 -five-hit chunking. Little Ho.k's ace Carl Lindciuist allowed nine hits but was tight with men on bases. In Mobile an abbreviated first fame of a twin-bill went nine Innings before mil Hart homered will, a ninn on base to break a l-i deadlock and Hive the Bruins n 3 to I win over the J-femphls Chicks. Ray Han-ell flipped a fancy five- hitter for the Prothro-mcn-onc less hit than his mates not olf Roy Whilaker. In the i-cgiiliii'-Jcngtli nightcap the Bears dusted off the Chicks again. this time 4 lo ., and pushed a half game further ahead on the Pelicans. Ed Weiland .the loser and Bob Appleby worked for the Chicks with Pete Miner the winner. In Chattanooga, Ihe fourth place Lookouts rode to an easy 7 to 0 win over the Birmingham Barons behind Hal Tocnes in the first of a twin-bill but succumbed to a late Slagtown rally in the nightcap and bowed 4 to 3. Todies gave np only three hits in the seventh inning first game while his mates rapped Alex Ronay for 10 [Five Baron errors contributed lo [ the Lookout cause. In the nightcap lefly Bill Kennedy gave up eight hits, Ihe exact number the Lookouts got oif-Al Lamacchia and re- liefer Gene Babbitt. Lamacchia I was the winner. In . Neville a free hitting, wild Cheerful Rhubarb - - ... -------- ., among . , the oil fields of South Arkansas scon »6 first game ended with th lives 'the team that pro-season dope- 1 Atl(mt!> Crackers on top 13 to 9 — - .--- ->^...iun dopc- sters tiro talking about. Thc Wildcats of El Dorado is the name and they are boasting 14 or 15 lettermen returning to the fold this year The Wildcats had a successful sea- Coach Skipper they stand a son last year and Hays states that in El Dorado Sept, 12. With the material expected report for opening drills .rated slightly better than that of last year, the 1!M7 Chicks will be'ranked' high among Ihe other high school teams of Ihe slate. All other high school squads are suffering from tlie same ailment-of not enough lire- season training since the Arkansas Athletic Association curtailed the Sprint; workouts this year. I.illlc Unck Tigers Feared Despite (his fact (lie brand of foulball (hat will be played by Arkansas high school (cams this Pall will not be altered to a great extent. Some of the larger schools of the state have announced large squads expected for opening drills ami in some eases the situation has li»l,t- ened quite a bit. ° i Here's tlie situation as it stacks up with other leading high schools The Little Rock Tigers are favored lo stage a repeat perform- ' men, who wouldn't? .toiiesboro Has 1 l.cltcrmen Then there is the Chicks' old rival, the Jonesboro Hurricane. Conch Clarence Qeis is hoping for enoug] material from which to pick both his regular eleven plus a "B" team. Seven returning lettermcn arc expected to grace thc Hurricane roster when they hit the field this Pall Already assured of a berth in the stale play-off, the Pine BlufT Zebras are looking forward to a successful season. Some 50 candidates are expected to report for tlie Zebras' opening drills, reports from Pine Blnfl state. Six of these received monograms last year. The never to be forgotten North Little Rock Wildcats, Blytheville's public enemy number 2. should have a "fair size" aggregation from which to pick their 1947 team The number of returning lettermcn is Atlanta Crackers on top ... lu „ The Crackers inaccd four Vol twirlers for n hits Including a home run by first sacker Walter Stockwcll with none on in the fourth Ken Gables. Charley Mistos. Lou Lou liymkus, Cleveland Drowns pro fooilnl!,.,- wnrkiiu. p.re for All-American Girls Baseball leui-m-' finds ti render a firm decision followin u an ari; ' ml " >111 charm, with Shoo-Shoo Wirth Soulli : an inn ."- .-.n,.... vjuir> »ii:si'uaLI ll"(i|>ue (illfK il rli<Vi,..<l[ t, render a i,, m decision following m, argument,'wrapped ii, f",,,,,,!,,! . . Wirlh, South Bend lllue SOY <ilmi I-I..M .(.... during-ijnme- will, Hpckford Peach,.., in Hoiill, lien," ' Cards Run Wild To Down Bums 11 to 3 in Third Game of Series •Ity COIINKI.IIJS KVAN United 1'ri'ss Siuirls Writer NEW YORK. Aug. 20. (UP) — If home runs made America baseball-conscious. as DtilH! Knlli's admirers insist, then thc sport was very close to an all-time high |r. popularity today. Starting with the important game in which Ihe St. Louis Cardinals larruped the Brooklyn Dodgers, 11 to :i. major league baseball Hush, and Byron Cook loilcd for Atlanla while Dick' Hoover Leo Twardy, Dick Conger and Dolph Maliihs worked for Nashville in that order. Mistos was (he winner and Matidis was charged will, Ihc loss \ ~~ "" '"^ """- 11 " 1 nuj/ici^ hntircn nonor.s wun Jvi.^ [|a In the second game, the Crackers! J .?'''' Ric °- nml Wnit °5' Kurowski j nine-hit .shutout pitching as yesterday produced enough s!>"o tacutar rour-lia.se bluivx to keep Ihe customers happy fov a Ion" 'ilme. Of course, the two-rim homers unveiled a new pitcher brought m'j froiii^ their Gainesville, Fla.. farrn club in-life "Florida State League- Mason Leeper. But Lecper—who burned up the uushes In Florida-had an unsuccessful night in hi s reijef ro]c de _ but. The Vols triumphed by a 14 to fl score-tabbing Leefie'r and starter Cook for 18 safeties Cook was charged with thc loss. Hob Hush went the route for Nashville giving up 14 hits including a homer iy Lnne Logan. George Byam and Oj Block homered for Nashville. All series are resumed tonight. Bears to Defend No-Loss Record Against All-Stars And last but far from least, (he — ~. Incl., Aug. lh ™~V Ge ° rgc Halas ' nlastcr of the National Football League's champion Chicago Bears, said today nis team was in "good condition " anil intended to defend successfully its record of never losinp a game to n college all-star eleven Tlie Bears make their sixth appearance In the all-star clash at l Sld"r h FteS eWal FriC!a5 ' " ight '" "We've had a few pleasant surprises on our club this year." Ha s year alas said. "Nick Sacrinty.'a quarterback, is one. Then George Me Afec is in form as a running back a- gam." "A lot of onr men have lost a lot of weight, but most: of our squad can go GO minutes now." Homer, Barnes Favored In 4-Ball Golf Tourney BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Aug. 20. (UP) _ George Ilamcr and Tommy Barnes of Georgia were favored to defeat Albert stone and Wesley Brown nf Tennessee in the realur- ed semi-final match today in the Southern States loi.rbnll golf tournament. Charlcv Harper and .limmv Lee of Florida play A very Beck" and Tommy Card of Norlh Carolina in the other semi-final. ritalion in Ebbets Field, -A here 23.4C5 Brooklynites had come to dance on a grave and found the corpse calling the l.nne. But lo the country at large, whose fnmloin does not take two-run Cardinals homers as .personal insults, it was a fairly happy event, since it cut the Dodger lead to 5<:> games and renewed promise of a close race right to Ihe end. Elsewhere around Ihe circuits Ihc homers were even more heroic — Eddie Miller of tlie Reds and Don, Dimaggio of (he Red Sox hit grand slaiiimer.s — and it was one of the best days for (be sluggers this season. Brooklyn, gleeful and series- minded after drubbing thc Cards twice on Monday, ran into a tartar 20. | in Alpha nr.-ixle. who scattered 10 hits through eight innings while St. Louis took advantage of Its II lilts and nine walks to score in every inning but the sixth and ninth. Jim Hear., pitched the ninth, with the Cards ahead 11 to 1, and relaxed for two useless runs and two more Dodger hits. Hank Bchr- man. who relieved starter Joe Hnl- tcn. was the loser.. The teams end their four-game series today. " It was a storybook finish ai Boston 11,e Hrave.s got four lilis in Ihe two games lo run his inning streak to 17 "nines in a row. ' In the American League, all live games came complete with n featured four-base knock. Hoot Evi'r.s' home rnn in the sixth Inning was Hie winning- run as Deli-oil edged the Yankees, a lo 1, giving Stubby Ovcrmire the victory over Allle Meynolds. Dom DlmiiHgto's bases - full roundlripiKT u -ns the navoff punch as the Huston Red Stix .-ii.wned thc St. i.'iiii.s Hrouns. 0 lo 3. Tafl Wright's two-run noiner shared honors with J.w Ilnyncs' Ihe Athletics. -1 lo 0. I'PJeyelnnd. walloped Washington twice, in to 2 and 9 ' fo 1, and' Ken Keltner hit :i home rim In each game, although his. feuu were very nearly lost In Ihe flood of :il Indian nils In thc two games — 17 in Ihc first mid 14 in Hie second. Washington, has lost nine straight. Yesterday's Star: _ nob Elllnlt. Hoston Ilrave third bascin.m, who:.e home run with two men on base n ml two out. in thc ninth bent riltsbiirgh. 7 to 5. i Essential accessories are important on every truck. We have n complete line that is Intcrna- tional-Approved-tachometers, fire extinguish- crs.spotlights.fog lights,seatcushions.and dozens of others. International-Approval means that each accessory has not only been checked but double-checked by International engineers -that quality and performance are doubly certified. So gimrd against disap;x)intment by getting your truck accessories here, just as you guard against disappointment when we service your trucks. DELTA IMPLEMENTS INCORPORATED 312 So. Second St. Phone 863 INTERNATIONAL Trucks Little Rock Legion Nine Opens Sectional Tourney SUMTER. S. C.. Aug. 20. IUPI — Little Rock's American Legion nine meets Kannapolls. N. C.. loriay in the opening game of the Southeastern Sectional American Legion Baseball Tourney. Greenwood. S C.. the other regional entry drew a bye and will meet the winner of the Arkansas- North Carolina game tonight". Hot Springs Trojans, with approximately 12 lettermcn included in the 75 or 80 candidates, at present, holds the light in District 4. --. nipped tlie Pittsburgh Pirates, 7 lo 5. Tbc Bucs scored two in Ihc top of thc ninth to take the lead, 5 to 4. The first Brave balier in the last of the ninth singled, bill a double- play followed. Wilh Uvo out. Uicrc . were two singles. Then Boh Elliott ! blasted ,il Lyons' fast ball over ' the le:t field wall for three runs and. the ball game. Miller's four-run ronniltripper at New York sank the Giants. 8 K> 1. as it highlighted Cincinnati's six- run sixth inning against Dave Koslo. Philadelphia found old-fashioned singles and doubles good enough to take thc Chicago Cubs twice. 8 lo 1 and 8 to 2 behind good pitching by Ken HeinUelman and Schoolboy Howe. Harry Walker Three Are Medalists In Southpaw GoH Meet .JCLIET. 111.. Aug. 20. (UIM — Three southpaw s.vinijer.s shared medalist honors today in the nth annual Nulinnal Left' Handers r.olf tournament. Laddie Kcnipa of stiilwalcr.Okla., :< semi-flnailst in lids year's Nu- lional Collegiate Tournament; Al- vln Everett. Rome, Oa.. a former champion and Ted olsec of Grand D:ipkls, Mich., turned in identical n lotals .lor ll,e ID-hole qualifying round. Other entalifiers included Jimmy i;?y.crn, Durham. N, C. and Fred S.iius, Macon. da. PAGE Ekh Ball Club Licks Wholesale First Game for City Championship Won By Motormcn 2 to 0 A two-run homer In (lie fifth Inning by Catcher Marlln Griffin minuted enough runs /or tile Loy h!«h sufl-b.il! nine lo down the 8nl- Ibu Wholesaler a to 0 In the first iiniue of Hie city clmmplonship play-off series at Walker 1'nrk last nUilil, Griffin's homer broke up a pilchhit: duel between Hi j <-.v Don-is of Ihe Wholesalers, and Jack Whittle "I the Hh-liiTS,. (hat threatened to HIM all nlnhi. Tlie Wholesalers out- hii the Hlchers (i to 2, but only one i>l Ihe Kirhe.-s blows was ciiongli to win (lie game. The (wo Imrler.s displayed superl) fin-in throughout, (lie entire till, 'they bulb .sl.iick out (wo batters with Whittle Hiving tyi Iwo bast's on halls iind Uorrls giving up three. F:>n Lwlbelter's two singles In llircl- trip-i paced Ihe Wholesalers' six-hll ul i IK-IS ami Griffin's ulix-ull .'lout ami Halpli I'aiion's simile ne- ramued for (ho Eidiers two Jills. 'I'lio two teams will resume their three name series Thursday night. The (lard gmne. if needed, will be played Tuesday nlghi. BASEBALL STANDINGS .KOIITIIIUIN .New Orleans Nashville . . C'tmtlnneopa Atlanta Hh-mlniilmm Memphis -. . Little; it nek . .110!) .541 .-185 .411!! .441 •12 1)2 ' .813 Brooklyn St. -I.uuls . . fjosion N'i'W. York Cincinnati . Chicago 1-illsburi;), . f'hlladolphla NATIONAL I,i:A(H)K W. L. Pel. . 72 40 .1110 . fin no ,5or> . fH 52 ftS2 64 .01 ! r>'( 57 4(1 47 02 04 07 All AMI;UK;AN I.KACDI: Now York l!j.ston Ueli-oit Philadelphia . .. Cleveland Chicago Washington W L 14 40 Ill 60 00 fil 00 55 53 SI rd 4G fit. Louis 41 75 .471) .Pel. .IH 8 .550 .541 .1,23 Jill) .-401 .•111! .3511 Yesterday " s Results SOimiKKN I.KAr.llF. 'Mcbilo a-'l. Memphis l-i New Orleans J, Liltle Hock 0 chiilturning;, 7-3,^Birmingham O-'l Alluula n-(i, Nashville O-i-l NATIONAL •St. Louis 11. Brooklyn :i. Philadelphia 8-8. Chicago 1-2. •Boston 7 Pittsburgh 5. CincinnaXi B, New York 1. n 3-1. AMKRIC'AN MvAfiUK Detroit 2. Now York I. Cleveland n-8. Wa»hliijilo Chlcui'o 4. IMiiladelplila 0. .Uoslon !), St. Louis 5. Today's Games SOUTHKKN LKACVUK Memphis at Mobile. Atlanta at Nashville. •Little ilock at New Orleans. •Hirmingham at Chattanooga. NATIONAL I.KAGUK Clncinniili at New York <2i. St. Louis at Brooklyn. .Pittsburgh at Iloston. Chicago at Philadelphia. A.MKKICAN I.EACilJK New York at Detroit. Philadelphia at Chicago. Washington at Cleveland (2). Boslon at SI. Louis. Jusi Open! Little Riding Academy WALKER PARK Riding Horses & I'onics — I'rcc liislrnclian — »>• tlic Krientllv OI<1 Cowlmy, "Uncle Hol>" Phone 3371 Nighr Phones 2527 and 2903 WALPOLE ELECTRIC Complete Electrical Store Wiring - Fixtures - Appliances 117 So. Second St. Hlythcville, Ark. Free Estimates on AH Work CITY LOANS Repayable in Small Monthly Installments Low Interest Rates Quick Service I BLYTHEVILLE FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION 124 W. Ash St. Phone 3545 XXH& Row Continues Over Stadium Site Selection MTI'LE HOOK. Ark.. Am;. 20. •UP) -The elmlrman of tile Little jtock stadium Committee Bays ho l»-:--es the illsiii.te over thc location ol Hie Sl.oco.C'.a Arknuu'n War Memorial Slaillum will not lead to' ha.<l-feeliiiKs bet.vecn Ihc capllnl eity i.JHl Mot Sprii.Ks. , l>. I', lianey of Little Hojk BBlrt he iniilerstGod Hie disappointment »t tlie dtlKiis ol' Hot Spring:) nt not hnvliiu the stadium located In their .'ity, -|) H t he added Unit he eventually hones lo gel complete cuoiirriilliin frcin them. lliincy said—"Tin- inetnorlnl slad- uim will licnem all of the people In all of i lie state. -N.ilnrally we of the Little Hock <-om:nlllec think our elty Is Ihe lojfleiil jilace for the .sladlimi. However, we don't think Hot sin-Luis should tie penalized for (lisiiKrceh.K with U.S." Huney was sharply crllicnl of threats liy sn-eiilled iirotnhienl por- snns oiilslrle of l,!(tli. Koc-Ji to lake away I nun lloi Spiimjs by lenisla- llve lu'llon the nnnmil rnclni: nieel sltoilld Hot EprliiKs cnnUnilf ilx slllt lo prevent, location nf the .stiullnm In Little Hoi-k. Meanwliile. l,l, ( ..nsc of Ihe thrcals has mad|. lint Sjirln^.s leaders more ilelernilned lo carry throi.Kh their unnoniiceil ]iroKrain of leun] iielion to (iirevciu the location In Little Rock. In a slalemenl yesterday, the Hot Springs conunHlce deelared Us In- lenlion to no on with the fight. The slnteintnt read: "'Ihe bid of Little Hock is nn illegal one. and an award lo Little Rock cannot properly lit: nnide. Wu believe'Hot Springs should have the sliulluni If Lliile Hoc.-l;'ii hid Is Illegal." 'Hcwever, Ihc mccthig from which the .slalciiieiit was Issued, was called originally by Mayor Hurl Ulcks to discuss Hie "feaslblllLy of wlth- (IruwInK -Hot .springs atliick on the Lltlle Rock award. Little Reck Teom Bids for Chance At National Title/ SOMTBR, S O., Aug. 20, "(tip) '— Ki.ma|>olls iN. O, and Little Rock Ark,, meet here at-3:30 thisBaiter- noon In the fiist round of the Southeastern f-ectlonul Amerioan LcBlon junior baseball. tournament, with Kan.mpolis nctl.ig as the home team, Tlie losei of this afternoon's game plays Clreenv ood, S. C.. here tonight, at 8:16, Greenwood, South-Carolina cliu.njilon, drew a bye for the ppon- Inu round. ..".,.'• 'J'lie three clubs are winners of regional Icuniaiiienls, and are coni- IMitlng for the right to enter the Notional finals at IMS An-jeles Calif. Governor Wonts State Employes to Earn Pay NASHVILLE, Tern,., Aug. 20. i DPI — aov, ,J[m McCord Issued a "no work — no pay" order lo stale employes today, Thc governor noted some em- ployes have lipcn gelling lo work laic, Inking loo much time [or lunch, or, perhaps. Inking whole afternoons off. ills order said anyone doing that now without pcr- Shootoffs for Skeet Title Get Under Way Today VAN13ALIA. O., Aug. 20. <UP)- f.hootoffs for the North 'American t-lay Target Championship were .'•enahiicd for t,o<ln v at the Grand American [rnpshool. Unln yesterday hulled the shooting tnu-r n tremendous scoring spree In which included a record 051! x 1,001) for 51 tlvii-mni) lean) linlph Smith of Vaiidalla. Cliff nouglmmn of Morrow, O., nnd Lee Brnuii of Dallas all shot 200's and JVIorrcll Kcltus of Washington, Miss., nnd Cecil Morris of Houston p mil's for Ihc UDO total, four better than the old record. Kramer, Schroeder Seek Davis Cup Team Berths , CHESTNUT HILL. Mass.. Aug, 20. (UP) _ Top-seeded Jack Kramer of Los Angeles and Ted Suhroeder of Olcndnle. 'cnllf,, planned lo celebrate Ihclr almost certain -appointment to Ihe Davis Cup.squad today by blnstlng Dick Clou/ales of Los Angeles and Jim Brink of Seattle out of the (Hiarlcr-flnnls of tlie osih annual Nallonal Doubles Tennis Clininplonshlixs. The names or the U. S. players j who will dclcnd the cup against -challenging Auslralln Labor " Day weekend were to be announced lo- day. . : . mission or his or her department head will have his or her salary docked or the lime counted as part of (he annual vacation. Slate la\v set.s office hours at , B:M a.m. lo 4:30 p.m., ,wllh an | hour off for lunch nncl with Saturday afternoons. 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