The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 9, 1947 · Page 8
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PAGE SIX BLYTIIEVILLK (AUK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, SKI'TliMBEK <), l'j.)7 Season Opener for Papooses Advanced to Thursday Night; Chicks to El Dorado Friday ; - Coach James R. Fisher, of the BlyUicville Pupoosus, Announced yesterday that the Paps' opening tilt of the 1947 grid season with Marked Tree Junior High Sclul 1 will be played at Haley Field Thursday night instead of Friday night. ; Coach Fisher stated that Coach Kohn Bray of the Marked Tree eleven notified him yesterday .that the Friday iJate would conflict with the recently scheduled Marked Tree-Marion High School game and that the junior game would have to be changed. + ——— • Arrangements were completed | | 0r . ti, e chicks honorable-mention yesterday afternoon for the playhu I a ]i- S (atc back of Insl year did most of the tilt Thursday night, lie said. Game time will be as originally tcheduled. 8 o'clock. The change hi the Paps-Marked Tree contest to Thursday night -was accepted by most of the Bly. thf ville fans as a break inasmuch 'as it will, give some of them an •feporfunity to see both the raps •lining (lit here and the Chicks • opening game in F.l Dorado. •And to those fans who will have to stay at home Friday, it will give • an opportunity to witness the Osccola Seminolcs opening game with Parkin High School at Osccola Friday night. With the unexpected change in the opening elate forcing him to rubh his practice sessions considerably, Coach Fisher liuckled down on his charges in yesterday's drill period in an effort to give his squad the benefit of every minutes practice possible. . The Pops toiled through Ion? hours of roueh scrimmage at their Blythcvlllc Country Club training camp yesterday and will work even harder today, which probably will be their last full scrimmage before game time Thursday night. Wednesday will be spent in the issuing and altering of game equipment and their final prc-gamc scrimmage will Hi held Wednesday night under the lights of Haley Field, Blocking, Kicking Stressed Combining the "T" formation with 311 occasional Notre Dame shift, the Pajis spent most of yesterday's drill session polishing up on blocking and kicking. However, in Hi,; later minuter of the: session, Coach Fisher divided his' squad Into two teams f«r a gruelling "head knock- inR'' scrimmage. ' Even though they boast one of the largest snusids. in sizs and number, ever fielded by a junior high school in tills section, the inexperience of some ol Ihe Coach Fisher's candidates began to tell on them yesterday. YVjth the exceptions' of 11 few;, their blockh;;* \vas slmicliy and their kicking fair to good. On another section of the vast expanse of the golf course. Coaches 5*lE Bynum and Walter Davis ran the Chicks through their next 10 last s:rimmnge before meeting the strong El Dorado Wildcats in their opening tilt. Working with the largest squad so far this year, 34 candidates, the Chicks big wigs stressed acrinl offense incstly. Harold "lliick" Tray- BASEBALL STANDINGS NATIONAL I.KA(;UK W. I/. Pel. Hrocklyn HI 52 .U13 St. Unils n 50 .57!) IJoslon 10 Now York- OJ Cincinnati 65 Chicago 59 Philadelphia Pittsburgh . 55 61 64 74 74 70 80 .510 .4C'I .441 .•III .407 AMERICAN LEAGUE W J, New York 8li Boston 72 Detroit 12 Cleveland 71 Philadelphia CO Chicago 02 Washington 68 St. Louis 43 .Pet. .(H3 .511 .537 .530 .511 .va .431! of the pass (lipping working from the quarterback slot in an experiment which may alter the CJiick"; slavlinit backfield somewhat. Coach Dues Knmr Shiftlni; Coach Davis, realizing what the Chicks fate might be should injuries ever hit their backficld. moved Trnylor from right hallback to the signal casing pcs',. replacing him at half with little Roger Luin dur- ig j'c.sterday's drills. This combination looked rather satisfying to the spectators, but Coaches Onvl.s and Bvmim would not comment on the shift. 'Ihe Tribe's roster received a sizeable boost yesterday with the reporting of five new candidates and these additions, even though inexperienced, made Head Coach Hynitm smile ior the first time during iho lire-season training period for the opening of t'chool made at least a small portion of his wishes come true. 'After a final stiff scrimmage at the Country Club this afternoon, the Chicks will move to Haley I'ield ;o Bet outfitted with game equipment and will work out under the ares along with the Paps tomorrow night. They will leave in their new bus, a lf-47 GMfJ 36-piissen(;er Job painted maroon and while, curly Thursday morning for Kl Dorado to open their 19-17 rchcdule against the Wildcals. Plan Advanced to Halt ling Injuries, Fatalities Yesterday's Results NATIONAL LEAGUE New York 10. Pittsburgh 8. Only game. AM Kit I CAN LKMiVK Cleveland 4, New York 'J. Only Rame. Today's Games SOUTHERN l.l'ACUi; cPliiyoll) Chattanooga at Mobile. Nashville at New Orleans. NATIONAL I.KAdllK Brooklyn at Chlca;;o. New York at riUsuurgh, nlghl. Boston at Cincinnati, iitt;hl. Philadelphia at St. Luris, night. AMDKICAN LEAGUE St. L'niis at Philadelphia, night. Chicago i\i Washington, night. Detroit nt Huston. Only games scheduled. Peters, Welch Take Rough, Tumble Event MONT'Rt'AL. Sept. irevcnl future rin;; icli drunkenness/ 1 ' i3oxiny; Association 9. (UP)—To fatalities aud the National was expected Wrestlers Mel Peters and Jac Welsh stormed through u rough an. nimble .second lall ol the lug Tea ture of the American Ley ion's week ly wrestling program ta;;t night. I which saw one of the pertarmers uiul | LITTI.K ROCK, Referee Mike Mcroney .sprawled on J (UP) — American Catches Kinq Salmon Feller, Who Won 26 Last Year, Pleasing Fans With 'Comeback' ght BY JOHN GRIFFIN (United Press Sports Writer) NEW YCI5K, Sept. 9. (UP)—-The Sports Writer Has Praise for Sonny Lloyd Mayfield "Sonny" L'.oyd, backficld star of the 1940-41 Chicks, continues o oflc-r Coaeh Wally Butts of the University of Georgia (Bulldogs the only promises of filling the left nalfback Mot vacated by Charley I'rippi's graduation last. Spring, according to newspaper reports from Athens, Ga. In a clipping from the Atlanta Consl ilution bearing an Athens date Hm: Lloyd was praised highly for his showing in pfc-scason scrimmages. The item follows: ATHENS. Ga.— Miiyficld (Somvyi Lloyd isn't, anotner Cnarley Trippi. but it appeared that the Blythcville. Ark., junior was the No. 1 man most feared pitcher v in the American League today—making a "comeback" from winning 25 games last year—is Bobby Keller. From the way the bleacherltcs have been howling at him in his own town, you'd think the Cleveland fireball ace had suddenly turned into a scatlerarm slinger who couldn't win a game. Bu'. he is leading the league' with 18 victories and, from the way he is influencing batters, he'll be winning 'ba:k most of those grandstand "friends" l>cforc long. The runaway New York Yankees were treated to a sample of "the new" Feller's old hicks at Yankee Stadium last night when his relief pitching saved a 4 to 3 victory for Cleveland. Trailing by that score in the ninth inning, the Yankees, who need only eight wins to take the pennant, put men on first and third with none out against Bob Lemon. 'At this point, Feller ambled in from tlie bull pen and retired the side without a score. He got Bill Johnson on a pop-up. Aaron Rob| inson on a high Ixninccr in front of the plate, and struck out Phil Rizzuto. Ark., junior was the No. 1 man in The win belonged 10 i,-mon his the battle for the left half spot on eighth, and the sl.irtiii" pitcher the University of Georgia football earned it by driving in what proved ' - Dr. Carl Nies of Blylhcvlllc Is shown above displaying an 10-pouncl kiiij; salmon lu: caught, while fishing off Pugot Sound at Port Angeles. Wn.sh. t recently. The .salmon measured 20 incites in length and put up ji 12-mimitc struggle before being landed, Dr. Nics said. Arkansas Hurlcr Signs With Tigers in Detroit adopt today u resolution that would mnky the N. B. A. Wiislniut- on hpntlmiarlors a clearing house for mfunnfttion on the records and L'.ries ol nil fighters in N. B. A. territory. The resolution jiLso would force each boxer to carry an official card listing the results ol his last 1U fights. When that card disclosed 10 string lit defeats or loo ninny knockouts, the fighter would be ve- tircd by the N. B. A, lor si;: months, at least. This protective nlan was introduced late yesterday by Andrew G. Futkn, Cleveland commissioner, during tlic opening session of the W. B. A.'s biggest convention, here at the Mount Royal hotel. All Acclaim FARMALL The Tractor that does the i job! the canvass unconscious to elaitn victory over Floyd Byrd and Bill Canny.' Referee Menmey was kayoed ac- culpntly by Peters when the "blond bcmb shell" fell on top of him afler dating Canny with a kangaroo kic!\ to the chin. -Meroncy wa.s out for apijicxlmatcly three minuU-s and came to long enough to tieclavo Wolcli and Peters (lie winners of the cxlm-rough. Er. \ctus before col- pMtit; to the mat tlic second time. The- second faU vi;tc>ry \v<is cnouglt > ti'vo Peters and Welch a clean sweep of the tag feature after they ind taken the lir.st full in 23 minutes. The accident that t loo reel Meroney ior the count came as a climax ol a Meroney-Canny pugilistic contc.sL which Petei s stopped with the kangaroo kick. Canny and Peters were the only two conlfstnnl.s in the ring when the fcutJ bc^an, Welch having bi'e-n eliminated by Cai'.ny with a bar linn and !cg, and Byrd having been eliminated by iPetevs with a body pin. Canny had Peters all to himself in one corner woiking him over to :t fair-thc-well when Meroney it\- tcrvened. lingcd by the official's intrusion, Canny turned on the much smaller Mnrcmcy and began a fistic attack that carried the official to lie Moor, Canny grubbed Meroney in inn bar hold and was busy apply- thc pressure- when Peters cam 1 : o enough to size up the situation 'etcr.s rushed 10 the center of the HIE;, planted the heels of his shoe* on Canny's jaw floor Lug him. ho ratne down, Peters, a 200:ou ruler, landed :iq\i»rt'ly on llu jack ol Meronciy's heiwi. Peters ilicn jjmjuxl on tlie cla/t't Canny tor a neat body pin to wii he fall. Meroney crawled to Peters idi\ and raised his urm iti a si^i of victory and then fell to the flooi Assisted by Byrd r.ud Wnli-h, Meroney was helped to one corner where he resumed his senses. In the two one -fall rreliminary matches Welch defraU-d Hyrd in 15 minutes with a roUini; scissors and Canny (irfcaled PcU'is in in minutes vuth n bar arm and leg. Ark., Sept. 0. Legion baseball may Siavc been the .start of a professional cure in* for a Little Hock, Ark., boy, as it has been for miiny a lending player. It was announced yesterday that Ernie Funk, the strong right handed pitcher who played a key part in putting the Little Rock Dougti- hoy.s in the National Legion playoffs. has signed a professional contract with the Detroit Tigers. He will join the club at Spring -practice next year. Seeded Players to Meet In U.S. Tennis Tourney Owners throughout. Mississippi County and Southeast Missouri attest the fine- service given by their FAUMALI, tractors. FARMALL has provi-u' itself repeatedly to be Ihe RIGHT tractor for the 1»AR- TICULAR JOB, whatever it may be. If you own a FARMALL . . . care for it as yon would something living . . . for it's life is of utmost financial interest to you I Bring it to DK1.TA IMPLEMENTS INC. for service and expert repair. No- charge for our estimates on repair work I Walker Cup Stars Move Up in Amateur Golf Meet DEL MONTE. CaK, Sept. 9. (UP) —America's -Walker Cup stars, head- d by V'rank Strannhan. Marvin End) Ward, and Skce Elicgc). irtov- <1 into the second round of play Die -57th Nation,il Amateur Golf 1'ournainimt today with, indications ,hat they have tlic shoU to swamp lie field. •As the remaining 120 of the original field of 210 tueil off today, it xppearcd that by the time the quaver-finals arc reached on Thursday. the competitors mny be made up moMly of the well-known names (hat have dominated American golfdotu Tor the past few years. NEW YORK. Sept. 9. (Up)—The parade of seeded players through the U. S. Tennis Championships was due for an abrupt halt todny as they began Lo square away nyain.si each other with tno.sl of the weaklings .seeded out in the first two rounds. The first marked for a quick exit, was Enrique Morea of Arkontina, who meets U. S. Singles Champion Jack Kramer of Uas Angeles. Jaroslav Drobny of Czechoslovakia, second .seeded foreign player diew youns Herb Behretus of Fort LaudorcltKC. Flu., unseeded. Gardner 'Mulloy of Miami, and Francisco (Panzho) Hegura of Ecuador, advanced without mishap yesterday. team left vacant by Tiippi's grad- As the Bulldogs ran through a full-scale scrimmage Saturday afternoon, Lloyd wa.s tlic outstanding back on the field. Anil he turned in tlie longest run of Hie day, an 80- yard gallop with an intercepted pass. A Crash star on the 1942 Georgia Roao iBowl team, Lloyd, reported late last season, and never readied top | physical condition. This time, lie's in the pink and ready to go. The reil-cl<ul Regulars held n -1-1 touchdown margin over the orangc- shirtcd Reserves when Coach Wally Butts called a halt after two hours of scrimmage. Tlie Reds .scored twice on Johnny Ranch's passes, one to Dan Edwards and unc to Weyman Sellers; once on a 30-year n by fleet Eli Maricich, und once l Lloyd's gallop. v The Reserves tallied their only arkcr when Stan Ne-storak ra'cecl f tackle for some 80 yards on his am's first offensive play. Outside of Lloyd, there were few right offensive spo'^s for the Bull- Al Bocline, Regular full, con- ihuted several nice runs, as (lift luyd Reid anil Ma.viclch. Rauih's issiiig was improved over the past cck's work. Otherwise, the Georgians' first ill-scale offensive wa.s far from leasing, even considering the fact lat the Bulldogs have been work- ig only a week. Blocking wa.s poor nd defensive play spotty. Too Late to Classify For Rent Dfurnished apiirtmctit. EklcrJy coup only. No drinkers, OOOd iielulit>o hinjd I'hoin: 35^2. 0,0-pU-O; S«rvJc«i IIKAUINO AID Hnltcrlo-s. siun>UcR nn<l service. Fr thMiioikstrntion. Call Ior nppolntmei Mre C.cor-'c W. IJarbnm. 130S l!r» Si Phono 3386. 9,9-ck-O! Kentucky Strai Uourbon Whiskey Old Faithful j is back to be the winning run with a single in the eighth. His hit followed n pinch hit, double by Hal Peck which drove in the third Indian run. Cleveland's fir.sl run in the firsL was knocked in by Lou 5}ou- dreau and,George Metkovich walked v.-ilh the bases loaded to score the second In the second. Bobo Newsoni was the losing Ditcher, his 10th defeat. George McQuinn hit, his llth and 12th homers for the Yanks' losing cause. The attendance, 53,101, put the Yankees over the two-million mark for the second' straijht season with 2.023.643. The New York Giants, scorin; seven runs in the eighth and three in the ninth, won yesterday's only day game from the Pirates, 10 to 8. The Giant's only homer,, by Lloyd Gcartheart with one man on in Ihe ninth, provided the. winning rims. Clyde Kluttz made three of tlv; Pirates' nine hits. Ken Trinklc. fifth Giant pitcher, was Ihe winner anil Jim Bagby. second Pittsburgh twirl - er, was the loser. There was no other action in the major leagues yesterday. Tlic Card-Dodger feud for the National League pennant resumes in nil its fury today as the Dodders begin their invasion of the West with a .single day game against Chicago. The Cardinals, five-and-a- half games behind, play host to the Philadelphia Phils in a night game. Court Rejects Claim In Explodingy Beer Suit NEW YORK i UP) — A grocery store clerk who was injured by an exploding bottle of Ijecr lost his suit to colleet <l;iiii»gc.s (roni the brewery. Richard Curlcy. tlie clerk, suffered an injury U> his rye in the accident and .sued Jucib Hupt>erl. for Sof» I'rycrs f«>i' sale. South (il. C. Abrahiim. « !) tk 16 Inc.. tlie bottler, for $3.000. He wns n\varclccl S500 in alo-»er'court, bill on apiiciil the Appellate Division of the State Supreme Court re'jctcd the clnhn. holding: "We fail to see how negligence on ihe part of the bottler cnn be infcrrcil from the explosion atone." Read Courier News Want Ads. f /W. INTERNATIONAL T HARVESTER 3/2 SOUTH 2ZPSK PHONE863 Mizc Trails Ruth's Home Run Pace by One Homer NEW YOHK. Si'pf.. 3. (UP)—Johnny Mizc ol the Oiiiiits nailed Hii^c 1 Ruth's record 110*110 run pace by one homer today. :u".cl the bi^ first- bascinan urctls tlivrc lionicis in in- rlay's giiinc a^nin.'iL Pitlsbur^h 10 t alch np. In Ki;t names. Until bH -17 homer i and M'w 4G. In ih" IH-lth Ranir. which Mix,' p'.ay.s to;!;iy. Rutli socked two homers—his -13th and -19th. Ai'.nminrrnirnl i ..f (lir nf JAMES L. 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