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PAGE SIX BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUKSUAY, SKPTKMBKH 2, 1947 BY Mobile Regains Pine Loop Lead --.Bears Avenge Double 'Defeat by Trouncing Nashville 13-5/8-3 • BY WUUAM A, SHIRKS . (United Press Spoils Wrilfr) "ATLANTA. Ga,, Sept. 2. (UP) — Labor Day was D-Day for the Mo• bile Bears. : And the daffy Dodger cousins of trT<L..Southerh Association battled through a grueling Lubor Day dou- blcheader last night at Hsrlwell Field" to regain first* place in the Southern standings—and avenge the twin-defeat, at the hands of the Nashville Vols that knocked them out-of the loop lead less than a week ago. The Bears combined good hitting with their us_unl brand of top-notch pitching to pin the Vol cars back 13 to 5 anrt 8 to 3. while New Orleans fell out of first place with a split with the Chattanooga Lookouts, •Landing':on Hires Nashville pitchers for 16 hits, the Bears took their I half-game-margin ever New Or-I leans by'winning the first game in | furnished largely by 7'rippl's talent. 0 NET CROWD GtatJi -J Eomc CO-odd candidates and a unanimous note of regret for the absence of Charley Trippi madu their tppearance in Sanford Sta- dinum, Athens, Cia.. yesterday when Wally Butts called his 1947 Bulldog squad into their first Fall drill session. It's true Unit stronger horses will be pul.ing Georgia's 1917 wagon, but Butts is faced with the Immense problem of finding someone to lake the reins of the ch.iriot, for Trippi, the fellow tliat furnished the "gid- dyi'p" from the driver's seat las', year, won't be around. The UulldOEK probably will he more p6ivcrlul and better balanced in the line bin then again they will lack quite a bit in having the explosive attack hi the backficld Mobile while Chattanooga triumph- ed'In the Crescent City. 'When the PHicnns won the second game in New Orleans, the two teams were lied for firsl place—then Mobile came through willi a win in Ihe nightcap to go back in Ihe lead by half a game. •Big 'Ben VVade was the losing pitcher for.Nushrilli! and Lolly Pete Mlnner was credited with the win in the first game. Homers in the initial tilt, were blasted by George Ehuba and Bill Hart for Mobile and by relief hurler Neil Saulln for Nashville. Hurler Hits Homer In the second game, Bear I wirier Roy Whitaker added to his mound achievement by blasting a home run. Cliff Dapper also homered for the Bears. Hal Toencs shut the Pelicans out 4 lo 0 with a five-hitter in ihe first game, with Pete Modicn bcins charged with the 1O3S. Lanky Walker Cress hurled a six-hitter lor a 5 to 1 Pelican win in the nighlcan. The Lookouts pulled n triple play in the first inning of the first game when second baseman Eddie Lyons ! speared Tom Wright's low liner. \ Lyons then dived headlong and roll- j cd in the dirt after making the | • catch and pegging it to shortstop Alex Kvasnak to double George Stump! at second. Kvasnak threw to Jack Sanford to nail Al Flair on his way back to Ih'st base. • Lyoiis executed an unassisted . double play in the second inning. 1 .Memphis split a twin-bill with Ihe Atlanta Crackers In (Atlanta, winning the first game 5 lo 3 and losing the second 5 to 2. Big Kluszswski, Chick lirst-sacker and season, clouted a homer in the fifth league batting champion lor this inning of the first game witli none on. Birmingham slaughtered Little Rock 16 to 3 in the first game with a 20-hit altac-k including home runs by Joe Schelda and Don Richmond. The Pebbles took the nightcap 1C to C with a W hit assault. All "series are resumed tonight. However, several good will lie aroimil lo try and console Hutls' \Y,iilin£ anil among them will be WythDVlllc's own Mayflclil "Sonny" Lloyd. In Ml, Sonny was Hie fri'slimaii sensation of the Hulhlofis' KOM: Bowl champions. In hi* luo vv.irs as a member (if the Georgia aggregation, Sunny hils .spent imist of his time nnclerslinlying sorrubocly. In 1942 it was Prank Slnkwich and Inst year it was Trippi. but this year things look different. Ed- I win Pope, acting director of athle- I tic publicity for Georgia in his 1947 j Football Brochure has tabbed Lloyd I as a definite; candidate lor the va- I j cant loft halfback slot ! i Scnny left Georgia in 1343 and I 1 entered the U. S. Marine Corps. Af- , tcr his discharge early in 1946,"he reported back to the Bulldogs bu- didn't seem to have the same stuff that he produced in his freshman year, lie had some trouble in getting re-adjusted in civllinn lile and also In losing his oversize waistline and saw the majority of Hip BUM- dog's '46 sc:ison from the bench. •But this year he is down to u (rim 170 pounds or thereabDiits. HI-, long suit is running but he is quite capable when it comes to the line bucking assignments. Sonny will have quite a bit of competition though. 'Billy Henderson, the 165-pound sophomore thai sapped tiuo 'Kdupi's place las', year when the Georgia flash needed a breather, will be back this Pall along with Joe Gcri. the reformed fullback who is well schooled in the art of line-bucking, Al Boiline, Ployd Ted j Reid, and Eli M.iricich. Norman "Mnnk" Mtisley, Lloyd's teammate at Blylhcvilh- High School, will he witnessing his final year al. Alabama this Fall, and is expccied to we quite a bil of ac- liun with ltc;l Drew's Crimson Tfrfe. Monk lettered last ycur, his second nl 'Bantu. Another Bi.vlheville liul. Jim Cobb will be u figure m the Nation'.^ pigskin picture this Fall. Cobb will probably get a regular guard assignment this year after witnessing two years as a reset vc. Jim plaved for the Chicks in 1B40-41. Lookouts W/'n; Get Chance at League Title The Blylhevillc Route Two Lookouts advanced to the finals of the Mississippi County Amateur Baseball League'.-; play-tiff yesterday by defeating Lutes 7 l<> C In Die second game of their first-rounJ scries at Walker Park yesterday afternoon, In tiie -second game o( yesterday's (loublchcatler, Cooler smothered the Manila Cardinals under a 14-hit «!- mck lo emerge victorious by a 12 lo 1 count .In the >cconri game of their first-round scries. Manila won the first fiamc Sunday afternoon by lorlclt. The Lookouts .slammed the offerings of J. T. Conners and Clyde "Hed" Lutes for 11 bingles while the'r own hurlcrs, 'Bob Mullen and A; W. "!•.:.»• West, were hol:litV4 the Lutes batsmen to nine safeties. Mullen started on the hill for the Lookouts but was relieved in the fourth frame by West who finished the contest. Conners opened the tilt for L'.itcs but was forced to give way lo Red Lutes in the seventh. Rogers, the Lockouts third baseman, paced his team at Ihe plate witli three hils In five trips. Wayne Dill, Lutes' shortstop, led his team I bat with four luls in five trips. Doc I^arger. Cooler's ace hurler, *'enl tiic route in the night cap living up only three hinglcs to lh«? ifanila batsmen while he and his eammates were combing Fowler met Frank Ellis, the Cardinals' iwo mrlcrs for 14 safeties. The 'gam vns called due to darkness after six fnil innings had been played. Richard Young, Cooler's catcher, oaccd the field with two triples anil i\ double in four times at bat.. The Cardinals iincl Cooler will play their final game thi.s afternoon at Walker Park and the win- icr will meet the Lockouts in tho play-olf linals lo decide the countj champions later this week. Memphis Chicks' Show Slump in Attendance MEMPHIS';-"' septy • i. -(up)^T Memphis Clucks, who have closed thelr-1 1947 home schedule, drew 244.131 paid customers this season, Here and There James R. Fisher, Blylhevillc Jun- 'club . officials announced today.', •. • The 1947 attendance tolal was more than 38,000 less than last year's record mark o! 282.904. GET OUR MAINTENANCE FOR TRUCK COOLING SYSTEMS Mat Event Turns Into Wild Affair Welch Brothers Credited Win Over Magce and Byrd Hoy mid Joe Wclcli overcame n third (all lislie attack by tlieir opiicnc'iil.s Irish Magee and Fluvd Byrd to coi> Die Ilnal two falls of last niiitil's lug fen lure of ilic Aiiipricnii Legion wrestling show nl Hie I/ogloii Arcmi to win the feature lUtr.iclioii. Tiie match, one of lite wildest. ever staged in the ring here, v,-ns lorcwl to go ihe limit of three falls after Byrd and Mugee had won ihe opening lall but succumbed before a lurrngc of body blows In the secciul round. What probably caused Byrd and Macce's downfiill In the flrlal rounds v.'iis Ihe continuation of the Me- roiicy-Uyrd (eud that flared up last week and was resumed Inst night. Byrd uiul the ring official came ta blows a number of times .during the main event and jjuve the Welches lilcnly of lime lo \ialn their second wind utter it appeared that they were about through. 'Magec and Byrd took the opening round in 20 minutes ol wild-and wooly grappling that saw nil four of the tjrappler.s decorating Ihe •Ing most of tlie time. Magee clim- naUul Joe in 15 minute's with several well-placed knees to the Wrt- icy acid a body pin. Roy Welch was in easy victim for ihe rough and .umble duo and succumbed to Byrci's body slamming attack five minutes "atcr. 'Ihe \Velchs returned to take Ihe •second fall in short order with Roy eliminating Magce in five minutes with :i Ijarawn and Joe defeated Byrd live minutes later with a double jiu'kknife. Third Fall Hectic Event The third fall was one of the most hectic ever witnessed by Blytheville's wrestling fans. Just about every thing Hint, could happen, happened in thi.s lall. Roy Welch and Byrd sturtnu tile song and dance with Welch emerging victorious after a series of head twists and .t pin. Byrd. however, refused to lenvc the ring claiming he had won the match because Roy had, entered the ring tin-tagged. Meroney tried to console the defeated gladiator and in doing .so must have injured Byrd's feelings for he and Byrri gave the fans that something extra by staging a special match at Hint point. 'Neither the Welches nor Magee attempted to break the t\vo eiiemics but instead remair.rd in their respective corners and cheered for their favorites. After this fracas liau ceased and Byrd had finally retired from the ring, Meroney motioned for Joe anc Magee to continue the match bu Magce refused and started for the dressing room. ,Ro/ then " raised his and Joe's hand as a sigii of vie lory and the fans howled their ap' pvovai. This hkcd the pugnacio 1 .! tackle last i Magee and he came storming ihl< last week. • the rink, -But that was as far as hi Lloyd enlisted In the Army shortly I f ™r got for Joe Welch climinntei litter the close of school last Spring and is now stationed in Illinois — Charles Lcggetl, a, member of the xhbks track and basketball squads us! year will enter O.le 'Miss nex; week. Charles says he plans on trying out for Rebels' track and basketball squads—Charles Parker, who played for the Chicks in 1940-41 begin his secwtl year of,coaching at C.irdwell, Mo , High School this month. Mize and Cards Need Record Performances to Reach Goals ior High School's new coach is expected to arrive this week to take charge of the Papooses training camp. Fisher was employed last Spring as hend of the Paps alhe- Ictics and will aid Coach Nig Bynum in high school basketball. He will b; assisted by Pop Mosley. Coach Fisher rtyX)rted :u;.r.ral week; ago but received a IcavG of absence to bring his family here. J. A. Lloyd, n Chick year visited Blythevillc Sept. 12 will b= an important dale for the Chicks, not only became they will open their football schedule but they will also help the El Dorado Wildcats dedicate their new SICO.CCO siartunn. Several ol Ihe officials ol the Blythevillc S:ho'Ji District have teen invited as special gne.st.s at the occasion along with Mayor .lacV'sou. What u pev- lect r:ct-i;p fur a victory for th 1 :: Cliick.5. By CORNELIUS RYAN (United Pr«M Sports Wrl(er) NEW YORK. Sept. 2. (UP) — Johnny Mrze and the St. Louis Cardinals were In the same boat today — both needed fccord-cquall- Ing performances for the rest of the month to achieve their goals. Mize, big New York Giant first fonseman, is exactly equal with Babe Ruth's pace as the Bambino hit his record GO home runs in 1927. and must match Ruth's n in September to beat the recotd. Mize has 44 roundtrippcrs in 128 games, and has gone five games without a (ourbasc bash. The Cardinals arc 6',4 games behind Brooklyn, having gained a game yesterday, and have a slight chance for the pennant only if they play as well as the 1935 Cubs, who won 21 straight, games In September, finest of all stretch drives. Brooklyn has 22 games to play and St. Louis 25. If Brooklyn loses half Its games, St. Louis can cop by winning 20 of 25. If Brooklyn doesn't lose ' I sames, St. Louis can wait 'til next year — and rooklyn, long a master, of walling, an tell them how to c[o it. St. Louis beat the Pittsburgh Irates twice yesterday, G to 5 and to 2, while Brooklyn and the Phils ook turns beating each other by to 0 scores. The Cards won [he first game In 0 Innings on Del Wilber's two-run riple, Ralph Kiner's -10th home uii. with two men on base, wits 'ittsburgh's cliief defense. In the ilghtcap, Jim Hearn's five-hit (itching and the solid clubbing of Stan Musial and" Erv Dusnk, each f whom had four hits, paced St. ^ouis to a victory which started it troperly on its September task. The !)35 Cubs could do no better than plit on Labor Day. but they were ough customers after that. Dodgers Stop rials Brooklyn's Joe Hatten stopped the 'hils with f:>-e nits in the morning :ame at Ebbets Field, which al- nost caused n riot -when 35,000 an.s showed up and Dodger officials, expecting a -small crowd, had only n lew gates open. Some 28.000 ans got in. The Phils' Oscar Judd •eturncd the compliment in the af- ernoon with a five-hit job on tiie Dodgers, beating Ralph Branca out of his 20th vlctoiy. It was third against 13 losses. Jack Lohrkc's eighth-irming home run In the eighth inning of the first Giant-Brave game was the most important single blow of the day. It set a new learn homer record for the Giants and won the game. 2 to 1. In the second game, also won by New York. Lohrko and Bill Rlgney hit homers to raise the record to 185, three better than the old mark by the 1930 Yankees. Larry Jaiisen was the winning pitcher In the first game, giving him a record of 17 won and four lost, best percentage of any major league regular. Ray Poat coasted to an easy 12 to 2 uin in the second game behind a 13-hlL attack. Rlgney batted in BASEBALL STANDINGS SOUTHERN LEAGUE name with two three-run innings. John Pesky baited in three runs and Doin Dimaggio two. and Manager Bucky Harris was chased for the first time as a Yankee when he tried to stall Ihe game and allow Spud Chandler to warm up as a reliefer. MurreJi Jones, with a two- run single and a two-run homer, third, Bob Sturgeon caught a line drove in all Boston runs in the sc- eond game as the Sox cut New .York's lead to lO'.j games. Washington (.'.copped Ihe Athletics into the second division by beating them twice, 4 to 0 and 7 to 4. Mickey Hacfncr scattered sfv- . en hits to win the opener. In the se- j cond game the Nats made 17 hits, their best show of the season, and 'were helped by four A's errors. Six Philadelphia doubleplays kept the damage from being greater. Cleveland trimmed the completely inoffensive St. Louis Browns, 2 to 1 and 4 to 2. Bob Feller won the opener with a five-hit performance and took the lead among A. lj. pltcliers with 17 victories. Home runs by Joe Gordon and Pitcher Bob Lemon gave the Indians the winning runs in the second game. The- Indian.'; took fourth place from the A's. Detroit topped Chicago. 6 to 5 and 7 to 2. Two runs in the ninth inning won the opener, with George Kell batting home tile winning run. Jim Outlaw hit a triple and double and batted In three runs to lead the Tigers lo victory in the second game. Yesterday's Star: — Jack (Lucky) Lohrkc of the Giants, who hit two home runs, the first of which .set a new tcitfn record of 183, and the second of which made the record 184. as the Giants beat Boston twice. Mobile rrj New Orleans 69 Nashviile 19 Chattancoga 76 Atlanta -n Hirmtnglmm ',... '09 Memphis 03 LH'.le Rock 41 W. L. Pet, .612 .010 .537 .514 .490 .Vl'.i .413 NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pet. Brooklyn 82 60 ,«2l St. Louis 74 55 .574 Boston , 13 co .5411 New .York ..Go 62 .51(i Cincinnati . C2 72 .4S3 Chicago ." .;.... 58 12 .416 Pittsburgh' 54 76 .415 Philadelphia 54 7(5 .415 AMERICAN LEAGUE W New York .. Boston Detroit . .!. Cleveland . .. Philadelphia Chicago . .. Washington St. Louis ... I, .Pet. 63 71 11 (5 C3 60 51 4« 47 56 60 61 64 69 14 .553 .5VJ .516 ,101 ,4(i5 .422 .355 Yesterday's Results SOUTHKKN LEAGUE Memphis 5-2. Atlanta :i-5. 'Birmingham 16-6. Little Hock 3-10. Mobile 13-8. Nashville 8-3. Chattanooga 4-1, New Oilcans O-o. Osceo/a Indians Defeat Giants at Coming 5 to 4 Sept. i.— The Osccol.i . Indians defeated the Corning Giants at Corning Sunday by a 5 lo 4 count fcehind ihe live-hit hurling of Bill Conners lo give the Indians their 201!) win against four defeats for the season. Conners' wildnes.-i got him ni rouble in the first frame and allowed the Giants to score three ol tlieir runs. They held this lead ur'il the seventh when the Indians pushed across their five runs after two men had been retired, The Indians will p>.y Caraway at Ihe Osccsla High School diamond tonight, T'yrouz.v Wednesday and Armorel ol the Mississippi Counfy Amatcur League Thursday night. Today's Games SOUTIIKUN i.EAGUt Night games Memphis at Atht'.ita. Chuttanocga at New Oilcans. Naiiv.i.i'e at Mobile. Little not-k ai. Birmingham. No NATIONAL LEAGUE gainer scheduled. AMERICAN LEAGUE New York at Best on. •St. L3iiis at Cleveland, night. Washington at Philadelphia, night. Only games vjhedulcd. NATIONAI, LKAGUE 'Brooklyn 5-0, Philadelphia 0-5. St. Lams S-8. Pittsburgh 5-2, first game 10 innings. New York 2-12. Boston 1-1!. Chicago 1-2, Cincinnati 0-13. Cleland Wins Air Trophy; Buddy Killed CLEVELAND, Sept. 2. (UP) — Cook Cleland. an ex-Navy pilot, pocketed S18.000 in prize money to- Judd's j dny for winning the Thompson trophy race, but said it was small consolation for the death of his buddy. Tony Janazzo, who was killed in one j of tiie four crashes ttiixl m-,med the speed contest. Janazzo was the only fatality In the 300-mile race, climaxing the National Air Races yesterday. His plane, hei.vlly overloaded with gasoline, dived to earth early in the cor\- test. Janaz?.o was dead when rescuers pulled him from the burning j wreckage. j Three other planes crashed, bul, only one other pilot was injured! seriously. ' t \ tered in the $40,000 race, won $16,-' 000 first prize and an additional $2,000 for setting a new closed coursa school. AMERICAN I.KAGUK Washington 4-7. Philadelphia 0-4. Bostrm 0-4. ,%'ew York 3-1. Cleveland 2-4, St. Louis 1-2. Detroit G-7. Chicago 5-2. Osceola Boasts Eight Letter-men On '47 Grid Team CECEOLA. Sept. 2. — After ths fust two weeks of pro-season drills Coach Rube Boyce of the Osceola High School Semluole.s, has announced that his team stands a pretty fair chance in the 19-n season. Boasting eight returning letter- mcn from his 194B squad. Co.-ich Boyce stated that the Sitninolcs have good possibilities for a slrong line \\ith the backfield expected lo be mediocre. Members of the Seminole's roster includes II. Griffin, w. Fletcher, D. Fletcher. B. Hcndri.x. W. shancy- felt, J. Shaneyfeit, a. Meadows. B. Kirscy. C. Lnngston, B. Barljra. C. Mize, J. L. WaiKcr, B. Reed. D Pcnelcrgrast. B. Watson. C. McFarland. p. stilwcll, and R. Htilwell. The Eeminoii's opened their training Aug. 20 and are hoding drill sessions twice daily. They will open their 1947 schedule Sept. 12 at home against Parkin High Open at 7:00 p.m.', Starts 7:30 p.n Tuesday 'Stanley and Livingstone' with Spencer Tracy and Nancy Kelly Serial: "The Vigilantes" Also Shnrts Wednesday & Thursday "BORN TO SPEED" with Johnny Sands and Terry Austin I'ox iMovielonc News Also Shorts him with kangaroo kicks and a bod; pin. In the two one-fall prellminar matches. Joe Welch defeated Ma- ory gee in 10 minutes with a step-ov*r toe hold and Roy Welch deleated Byrd in 10 minutes with a double jackknifc. • four runs nnd Poat himself three.. record of 396.13: miles per hour Chicago divided with Cincinnati, i over the 15-mile run. The Cubs won the first, 1 to 0. be- Nearly 150.000 persons jammed hind Bab Chipman's four-hit pitch- p the airport and adjacent prounds Ing. The lone run WHS unearned. | to witness the contest. Twelve pilots, flying souped-up New AAC Rulini; The All-Amcrican Football Conference announced the lightening of its eligibility rules in tnc hope 01 eliminating lumbering by ttic professional clubs with tol'.ese players. The league's ccmim.vsioner warned that he proposes to enlorcc with vigor an edict against the .signir.t; of players still eligible for college football. The Nntionai Foctball Loacuc has had this rule on it.s bock.s lor some lime prohibiting member clubs frDm nickering with prospects who still Jewelers Reach Semi-Finals in State Tourney .The Fiizpntriek .lewc^rs will mcc', liie Lime Cola team of Little Roc* in the Ecmi-hnal rounds ol the girls .state .Softball tournament at Lamar- Porter Field in Little Rock, it was learned today. The Jewelers hold a 3-to-i decision over Ihe Lillk' Rock team in a previous tourney gmr.e. A loss by either team in tonight's q.inic will eliminate them from further tourney compcl.il ion. The winner of toniuht^ tilt will play the un-bcEilr:l Local No. U8€ team of Little Rock in the finals tomorrow night. Cincinnati roared bacK witli 10 runs in the first inning of the second game and took a 13 to 2 vic- despite a triple play by the 3ubs. With men on second and third. Bob Sturgeon caughe a line drive .and both runners \vere caught before they could tag up. The Red Sox. Senators. Indians and Tigers each won two games in tile American League, Hosloa Sweeps Yanks Rostori swept the leading Yankees, to 3 and 4 to 1. taking the first fighter planes, started the daring race, but only six finished. U.S. Wins Davis Cup NEW YORK. Sept. 2. (UP) The Davis Cup went ba<-k into its vault at a New York bank 'od.iy. lj. S. singles champion Jack. Kramer of Los Angeles and Ted Schrocdcr of Glcnriale, Caiif., •'. inning their second singles matches of the series, completed a succe.a- The completed schedule follows: Sept. 12 - Parkin at Osceola. Sept. 19 - Piggott at Osceola. Sept. 20 - Bald Knob at Osceola. Oct. 3 - West Memphis at West Memphis. C-'. 10- Earle at Earlc. C..U 17-Rector at Osceola. Get. S4 - Conway at Conway. Oct. 31 - Paragould at PavagouUi. Nov. 7 - Beebe at Beebe. Nov. 14 - Helena-West Helena nt Cscecla. Nov. 27 - Marked Tree at Marked Tree. ful defense of the tropViy against Australia yesterday, four matclirs to one. 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