The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 19, 1947 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 19, 1947
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BLVTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUfilER NEWS Clucks Meet Bulldogs Tonight lift Season's First Home Game; Dopesters Pick Locals to Win Standing 'Em on Their Heads v- Tonight's Probable Lineups: Blyiheville Ftaytr B. Elliott L. Jtooiitz L.' W. Pitzhugh R. B. Hodge : B: Bracey : R, Smith • D. Gentry • ,i -Elliott t (*) D. Huey : . B. McParland (c) • R. C. Allen .. ' (') Injured. No. ""43"" 32 38 42 30 33 40 34 23 22 37 Wl. 175 170 no 193 no 180 160 no 145 1G8 1G3 Pos. LE LT LG C RG RT RE QB LI1 Rll FB Wl. 140 ISO 150 HO lf>5 100 130 140 157 140 ICO I'aragnuld I'luyor Tsiylor Turner Diirncll O. Devoll Whitney Herron Onell Tripod Tui'iiin U. Daniels I'l Schroder ; Blythcville football funs will g-eL thoii 1 first view of (lu 1 f947 edition of the Blyiheville High School. Chides in action tonight when they meet Paragouhl Bulldogs in theii' first home game of the season at Unlay Field. Kickol'f time is 'set for 8 o'clock. j . > The Chicks will enter tonight's tilt rated a slight favorite over the scrapping Greene Coiintians with the odtls favoring the Chicks by a slim 12-poinl margin. >The Chicks held their final brush- * — . "r .T?™. 0 ^, 1 -','? ! m 7 j Hiicy. received n cut, near his I-.VP in the El Dorado contest last wed: iincl may not get to see action tt>- This U'aves the- bi|; chief with only one oilier buck who has luul any experience lo talk about nl Hie left half post. Liule Ro^er Linn, the diminutive flash of ihe 10 Hi Papooses alternates with Hui-y as a reserve for the post and may m:i to see considerable action lor.n;lil. Chillis Outweigh Untiling* The Chicks will hold sonic weif-lit . ulglit with Coaches Nig Byniiin anil •Wilter Davfe "se'iirting their charges Inrough light dummy drills in both offense and defense, and will spend tht greater part of today rcslh'.i; fo£ tonight's clash. Byuum Not Optimistic . Coach -Bymim is none too optimistic a\f the outlook of tonight's girne.^rrijuries Ito, two ace baekfield men hampered his drill sessions all week long and are still threatening thfe tribal chieltain. Alternaie Cap- FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 19,17 Yanks'Shea Returns to Mound To Spell Bad News for Bums Queen of Diamonds Socles Umpire tdjji Harold Traylor was absent from I advantage over Co««h Wotlrty John- practice all week due ton bnck ail- son's Bulldogs l>ul will be shade.! m'cnt anrt piotobly won't be ready n little in (lie experience depart- foi- tonight's game and his sub- inc-nt. Most of the Canine's players stitute ai, the left IiaHback slot Don 1 arc witnessing their second and tlmd .George McAfee of tlic Bear's literally was stood on his head when tackled by on Engle nol in this picture in Ihe firsl quarter of the first professional contest ever staged ;;t Philadelphia's Franklin Field. Al Wistcrl, left, and Duke Maronic are on hand to ninlie sure the speed merchant does' nol bounce back on his pins. -Chicago edged Greasy Neale's outfit, 13-10, in o benefit exhibition game played in scorching heal before 01.030. Dinner at the Delta? SURE- FOOD In Town!" That's what every girl likes to hear . . . her favorite man iir , viting her to dine al tho Delta. ; 'Delicious Food, wonderful atinos- • phere.'The top treat of any ove- ! ning! DELTA CAFE South Highway 61 Phone years as members of the squad and a couple of them have played elsewhere. Three members of the IHilldo^s ' baekfield were letter winners \Vith the '<I6 squad and are considered very callable ball tolcrs. Some question suYrouml.s the fourth barkflelcl position inasmuch a:i Schrader, thu lirsi strii'o fullback was injured ill tite DeYVitt ( jiune last week and mr.y be out oi toiiight'-, contest. Coach Johnson is witnessing his first yrar as head mentor al. Para- Mould after establishing ([iiile n name [or himself al Marianna and Ifurrisburg High Schools. His Marianna team witnessed a very successful season last year. lUilldocs Kusl, Tricky T.srnty-niuc players compose the VJlilldogs roster, seven of whicli were letter winners last year and one a letterman from the North Little Rock wildcats. Among those monogram wearers are Tripod and Tin-pin, u couple of fleet- footed backs and Daniels a html-driving fullback. McNutl, who alternates at the center post, was a member of the North Little Rock clan last year. The nulldo^s are reported to b'.? fast and shifty and have been r.ilcd by the experts as a possible dark horse in the District 3 Class A b.iltle. They have been rivals to thi- Chicks' -.'or quite a number ot years and will be out to revenge the :iti to G drubbing they took from the lUythevilie team last year. A capacity crowd is expected to witness tonight's co;itest. and fans were advisrtl by officials rtf the Chickas:i\v Atheletic Coimnittee to ecmc curly in order to obtain r\ yood scat. Only a small section of the new bleachers have ben erected niu! seats will probably be resrrved for the hi(;h school students and ["arngould fans. KV CARL I,UNIXJ!J1ST (United I'ress -Spurts Wrilrr) NliW YOKK, Sept.. 19. (UP)—The Yankees' -One HOS.S 3hca," who chives a Il0-hoss]iower automobile i:iven him by admiring fans, was I'll patchcKl up again today and that was hail news for Brooklyn's World Stilts supporters. -More than the usual amount of interest was attached to Rookie Frank Shea's four-hit, 3 to I triumph over the White Sox yesterday, tor it marked the first time since July 5 that he had pitched a complete ga/ne. The chunky kid trom nearby , Conn., was the hurlini; :u-nsation of the American Legue smsntion of the American league ouors in store 1'or him when lie rii'Vclopcd elbow trouble and suddenly lost his effectiveness. Alter he won 11 games and had lost but two and was presenled with it sleek Hudson Sedan by hometown Jans. IK- was batted out of the box six straight times before lus niaslerhii showing yesterday a;;ainsl Chicago. Hill against the White Sox lie \va.s his oid self a-^ain and he bore, down all the way, striking but batters and missing a shutpul wily when Kud.v York hit a ninth inuiiiK homer, his 21st of the year. Otiiy iwo Chic-.igo players hit him safely, York also ^L'tling ix siiifjlo and Tliurmnn Tucker connecting lor a pair o! one base blows. The Yankees made only seven hits otf Ed Lopat, Shea. Sherman Lollar ;,n(l George Stirnwciss getting two iipieee. . : . • - DudtfCrs Lose 1» Bucs The Dodgers, all but mathematically "in" as National League pennant winners, clinched a tie for the !la« al Pittsburgh but missed n j chance to seule the race when they I dropped a horrendous. 8 to 7 decision lo Wally Westlake's ninth-inning I'.an.e-breaking homer. Leading, " to -1 in the eighth, they permitted the -Hues to tie it up a.s Westlake touched off a three run rally with a double, then lost it in the ninth. Btir! Shotton paraded six pitchers to the mound and found none particularly effective. The "Atomic Bums" did show an encouraging home run' punch however, Jackie Robinson, Bruce -Edwards and Carl Purillo hitting route clouts to es- lablish the early lead. Ralph Kiner, again taking over the major league lead in homers, became the fifth player in history I to hit 50 homers in a season as he I ' S Young each made three hits far the Reds. Rookie Bob Kuziva, winning his first American League game, pitched the Indians to their second straight shutout over the Senators, 4 to o at Washington. He held th>.' Nats to .six hits ami let no runner get beyond second base. The Red Sox, spotting the Hrowils a 6 lo 0 lead, roared to a 10 to a decision at Boston with Bobby Doorr's three run homer tile bij; blow. Ted Williams made three hlis lo boost his league leading batting average to .341. Detroit nnd Philadelphia were no; scheduled. BASEBALL STANDINGS SOUTHERN LEAGUE • {Shaughnessy IMayutT) W. L. Mobile 2 0 Nashville 0 2 Pet. 1.000 .000 NATIONAL LEAGUE W. Brooklyn 91 St. Louis 80 Boston Bl New York 70 Cincinnati . Chicago . .. Pittsburgh . Philadelphia 11 GO 59 New York . Eoston . Detroit . Cleveland . Philadelphia .Chicago . . Washington St. Louis AMERICAN LEAGUE W t M 54 -19 67 78 68 17 ti8 67 60 55 Pet. .023 .550 .547 .528 .477 .455 .408 .40-1 .Pel. .033 .541 .531 .531 .507 .459 .411 ,37!J JON'ESUORO, Tcim.. Sept. 10 | (UPi — A baseball fan paid a $50 I fine here today for slugging an um, pire during a game. 1 He was Bill Bowers, 29, of Eiizn- ! >;cllilon. Bowers admitted, "i lost my head" and left the bleachers to .sock umpire Jeff Pui'kett in the ,'acc. The game was between Eliza- bcUUovsn and Johnson City of tilt- Appalachian league. I Kentucky Straight Itoui'hon Whiskey Old Faithful a Mi, is back Coach BarnhiHi Tunes Up With His "Blues" Song 'FAYETTEBILLE, Ark., Sept. Hi. (UP>—Couch Jolin BurnhlU of tin* University of Arkansas RuzorbaL'ks was cry[iIK the- blues today a.s inov of. iii.s players inovrcl to the .sidelines on the eve of tomorrow's opening encounter hm*e. The Hogs will plj\y Northwest Louisiana StaLc College. Yesterday reserve backs Bill Trox- cll and Sonny ]Iens:m were declared cm*, ol action. Troxell with t' broken blood vessel and Hcnson with j smacked a second inning round Ivip- :in ankle injury. Earlier, all-con- ferenre tackle Ovaries .Lively turned up with blood poisoning, and tailback Jim Phillips went to tire sid'j- lines with nose and shoulder injuries. Backs Howard Hughes an-1 Jim Reichrrt and Center Floyd Thomas, still earlier disunities, remained idle. Qle Miss Team Favored In Tilt With Kentucky LEXINGTON, Ky., Sopt. in. <UP> —Coach Paul fBean Bryant, a tradition;! I pessimist, lotiny i^ave the University of Mississippi a slight edge over his Wildcats in the University of Kentucky's .season opener tomorrow al Oxford, Miss. Lust year Kentucky heat Ole Miss 20 to 7. The U. K. squad !7 strong—was to take oil this morning in two chartered nirlinrs from BHieyrass Airport here and arrive at Mom- phis, Teni!-. about 11 ji.rn., where a pre-^ame workoiu was scheduled in Crump Stadium in the afternoon. per for Pittsburgh. The only others who have lopjjed him are Babe Rulh of the Yankees with GO ill 1M7. Jimmy .Foxx of the Athletic'; with 58 in 1932. Hank Grecnber's of the Tigtrs with 5fi in 1938. and Hack: Wilson of the Cubs. :' The Dccigcrs, now only one game away from the flag, were helpdd iiyain hy the sad St. Louis Cauls who dropped their sixth straight. G to 2 to the Braves and remained 0 1-2 iiames off the pace and ohiy 1 1-1! eatxies ahead of the third pla-e T3n r -tonians. Lefty Warren Sparin. re^i.stcrmg his 10th victory, scattered nine hits and was supported offensively by Bob Elliott and Johnny llopp. who hit homers. Giants Beat Cubs The Giants, getting 14 hits including, a homer by 'Bobby Thomson, defeated the Cubs at Chicago, 9 lo f> and wound up the season .series with a 15 to 7 advantage in victories. Thomson and Buddy Kerv each :nade four nils. A 15-hit InimilitiUiori by the Cincinnati Reds forced veteran Emil i Dutch > Leonard of the Phils to lake a 9 to 4 beatir.g, one of the lew bad defeats he has suffered this season. The defeat dropped Philadelphia bai-k into l?.st place in the National. Augie Golan and Babe Yesterday's Results SOUTHERN UIAGUE (Playoff) Open date. NATIONAL LEAGIIK Pittsburgh 8, Brooklyn 7. New York 9, Chicago 5. Cincinnati 9, Philadelphia 4. Boston 6. St. Louis 2. AMERICAN LEAGUE New York 3, Chicago 1. Boston 10. St. Louis 6. Cleveland 4. Washington 0. Only games. Today's Games SOUTHERN LEAGUE (Shaughnessy Playoff.* Mobile at Nashville, niglu. NATIONAL LEAGUE Chicago at St. Louis, night. Only game. University of Iowa's young coed Anne Irwin of the DCS Moines Walker team smiles happily after being chosen World Softball Queen during the Softball championship tournament .-it .Cleveland's Wardell Girls Winners In Softball Tournament CARUTIIERSVILIE, Mo., Sept. ID. — The Warden Cardinals girls Softball team won first place in the Brags City Invitational Softball Tournament recently. by defeating, Steele, nsering and Holland. Metier pitched all three games, and was a power at bat. In the opening game, the Cardinals downed Steele 14-8, with Meti> «er Betting three hits in three trips, including; the only home run of the game, to load both teams at bat. The Cardinals downed Dcering Ki-B in the -second same, with Metzgcr ' ami Watts, the catcher, pacing both teams at bat, each having three hits in four trips to ihe plate. In the final game, for the championship, the Cardinals downed Holland 8-4. taking a first inning ]cad and going on from there to win. Malone. Cardinal second base, hit a hcmici- in this game. AMERICAN I.CAOUK Washington at Boston. Only game. ELLIJW5 BOTTLED IN'80lSb^ Also Black I/.ibel—90 Proof Barrett Hamilton, Inc. Distributors, I.iflle Itork Wanted to Buy j Highest Prices • Paid for Used • Tractors and j Equipment • Russell Phillips! Tractor Co. • So. Highway 01 IMionc 2171* The kitchen of 13ie average homo usually contains the i;t mount of steel in furiiishiiiKs and equipment. 6 BIG NIGHTS New Exhibits . . . Agricultural Demonstrations and Youth Activies than ever before . . . SOMETHING DIFFERENT EVERY DAY and New Rides, New thrills with the New Johnny Jones Show. Plan NOW To Be There RAID-SOUTH FAIR It's Better to be lift... MEMPHIS—SEPT. 22-27 Reduced Price Advance TicVeU Now on Sale — 35c (Advance Salt Clom Sept. 20!h) BUY ADVANCE SAU TICKETS AT TWICE DAILY Championship RODEO SWGMM'S 7 CROWN BLENDED WHISKEY. 6S«/, Grain Neutral Spirits. 86.8 Proof. Se»fr«n!-Distil1«rs Corporation, Chrysler Building, New York .„,. , F.LIAS r,c & 10c STORE, I.uxora KIHUY HKOS. DRUG, Uroadway & Main, Ulythcvillc Worsham Leads Goiters In Georgia Tournament ATLANTA. Ga., Sept. 19, <UP> — Chubby Le\v Worshnm, national open champion who won his first ;na- jor tournntiient here last November, i looked Jike a ^ooci eel to repeat to- j (lay as he led the field by two strokes into the second round of the $10,000 North Fulton Open. | Worshnm. from Washington. D. t C.. toured the tricky, local course yesterday as if he owned it., siiooi- i ing a urillia:it three-tinder par S! I despite high -.viuds whicli played ! havoc with other competitors' slio'.s. i Attention, Used Car Buyers! Our Fall Sale Starts Saturday, Sept. 20th t This Ad Good For This Ad Good For ... ON ANY CAN ON 1 OUR LOT ! ! ! DtinriR this sale we h;ivc n complete line of K<><><1 clean used j-;n- s . We of for'(lie cleanest used cars anywhere in Hl.vtlicvilie or surrmuulinir territory! SEEING IS BEUEVING- DRIVE BY AND LOOK y EM OVER 2—191? FORDS i—1910 CHEVROl.KTR 1—IfMO PLYMOUTH 2_1«)11 FORDS 2—19-11 I'l. j_t.OIO FORD These arc <mly_ a few of (lie cars \vc have, and remember folks, we finance cars in .tusf 2 AIINliTF.S! We don't waste your lime, liunielt Anlo Hales—Fast Itccominrr Known as tlic l?es( Place in IMyUieville to Trade. OPEN NIGHTS 'TIL 9 1IETT AUTO SALES Phone 2882

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