The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 29, 1952 · Page 5
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8ATUHDAY, MARCH 23, 1952 McOOUGAU) HELD BY UMPIRE—New York Yankees Infielder Gil McDougald (right) is restrained by Umpire Ed Hurley as St. Louis Cardinals Manager Eddie sisnky Heft i walks away after exchanging words in fourth inning of exhibition same Thursday at St. polers- burs, Fla. McDmigald made a hard tag on stanky as he attempted to advance from first to ;:econd base. IAP Wirepholo) Castellan! Decisions Bratton; Turpin Next NEW YORK (*P/—-It ain't necessarily so," sang happy Ricky Cas- teUani "today as tie celebrated a no-knoclidovvn vvictory over hc-avy-hit- : ting Johnny Bratton, 'W The 25-year old ex-Marine from* • * Luzerne, Pa., surprised llrnUon nnd lhe 5,916 paying customers last night by staying on his feet all the way to win a unanimous and decisive 10 round victory over the former NBA welterweight king. It was close, though. Rocky was staggered three times. Now Rocky wants to give his push-button chin a sterner test against former middleweight champion Randy Turpin in Eng- x land, April 22. "We made an arrangement with Jack Solomons (the London promoter) for a fight with Turpin on the 22nd providing Rocky whipped Bratton," said ma linger Tex Sullivan. "If Solomons holds to the terms we're ready to go over whenever he Bays." Win or lose, the up and down middleweight usually has to hear the referee count over him before he can get rolling. , Against Bratton, however, he started winging from the opening bell. Before Bratlon got organized ami stopped gunning for a one£ punch knock out, Rocky had a tremendous lead. JOCK AND JILL—G. Walker, showing no signs of a strenuous ride. Rashes a victory smile after winning Division 1 of the Ladies' Open Challenge Cup Steeplechase in Salisbury, England. Miss Walker rode Royal Prince. COTTON SEED 30 (otis, DIM, Saved from fouml.-ition seed, subject to certification. Germination 93Tr. Saved before the freeze- s no TON Also .Ced.ir Posts for Sale PHONE DEI.L 26S1 RUSSELL GILL Dell - - - Osccola For Sole! Cotton Seed Delia Pine 15 Delinted, Trealed Sacked in 100 Ib. Bags Non-Certified OHLENDORF FARMS Phone 33W1 — Osccola Grudge Match Booked For Legion Card Grudge Memorial fight'ii* returns Auditorium ring to the here Satch Paige to the Rescue As Browns Nip Indians 4-3 liy KAI.ni RODKN Associated l'res« SpcrU Writer old lhat undcr lhe colum « 11, 1892X, 1896X, 1000X,*- . f . Monday night when two of the Welch brothers take on Red Roberts and Jack Moody. Roy ami Joe Welch, eldest of the four wrestling Cherokee Indian brothers, are tacked to "settle things" with Moody and Roberta in the tag match feature of the American Legion-sponsored bouts. The grudge match will be a no time limit affair, that the four grap- Tcxns rules, piers cnn use just about any trick in the book to whip their opponents and they will have all night in which to do it. Under Texas rules, only choking, hilling below the boll and eye Sept 1304x. At the end of .the pitcher's list is the following line: X —Take your pick. Dvil whether whelher he's 59 or 43 Paige still is no pushover in Ihe clutch. Old Satch saved a 4-3 decision for (he Browns over his former t.~. ^ ....i Cleveland Indian Satchel Paige teammates at Tucson, Ariz., yesterday. The Browns entered the eighth imiing in froni. 4-1. when the Indians suddenly climbed all over Gone Bcarden, also a former Indian. Al Hosen homered, Jim Fridlcy doubted and Merrill Combs singled to chase Eearden. Paige shuffled in and was greeted by a double but he snuffed out the next two batters to end the ralh', Reynolds Rounded .The Indians put runners on first and third with one out In the last of lhe ninth but Paige got out of thai Jam by fanning Rosen and nailing FridJey on a grounder. Allie Reynolds, who at one time also earned his bread and butter pitching [or Cleveland, was hit hard at St. Petersburg, Fla.. where the New York Yankees suffered a 10-3 lacing from the Detroit Tigers. The Tigers clipped the Yanks' no- hit ace for nine runs and 12 hits in six innings. The Chicago Cubs scored their 12th triumph in 19 starts by trouncing the Pittsburgh Pirates. 8-3, at Mesa. Ariz. Turk Lown nnd Johnny Klippstein held the Pirates to six hits including a 400-foot homer by Ralph Kiner. Rookie Leon Biinkopf of the Cubs clouted a three-run homer in the first inning against Murry Dickson. an olci hand at tossing home run balls. Davey Williams, Ed Stanky's replacement at second base for the gouging are prohibited. The feud between the Welchs white So" and Roberts and Moody dates back a number of years and it seems every lime they meet In the ring things get a little rougher. The latest flare-up came last week when Roy Welch and Dave Lewin opposed Moody and Roberts in a regulation tag match. Welch became so enraged during the brawl that he demanded that the between-round rest period be waived after he and his partner had lost the second fall and that the third fall start immediately. He was granted his request and as a result, he and Lewis lost the third round. In the preliminary bouts, Roy , Welch will take on Mootiy with Joe meeting Roberts in the second. Shreveporf- Tops Little Rock 3-2 MONROE. La. <fi— Shreveport of the Texas League downed Little Rock of the Southern Association 3-2, in Legion Memorial Stadium before 856 paid fans last night. Military dogs were used by combatants In world War I cept the United States. Milk for the Chicago market comes from rural gathering depots as far as 375 miles away. New York Giants, enjoyed letter day at Phoenix. Ariz, red Wil liams drove in six rims on a pair of homers and a triple to lead the National League champions to a 7-4 triumph against the Chicago Today's Arkansas Derby To Close Oaklawn Season HOT SPRINGS, Ark. M>j-Ctakla',vn Park winds up its most successful racing season, in history wild ihe 16th running of the $10,000 Arkansas Derby here today. Walcot, Charles To Meet In June Contracf Signing Is Set for Monday; Fight Date Not Set Joe will PHILADELPHIA «V-Jersey H'atcotl and Ezzard Charles meet in Philadelphia's huge Municipal Stadium early in June with Wnlcolt's heavyweight title at stake. Promoter Herman Taylor announced yesterday lhat the two principals will sign contracts for the 15-rouml tille Monday. The exact dale of the' bout has -* Gushing Oil held the favorite's ] role in lhe finale of a meet which I already lias been all iittoml.-mni id pnri-mutiiel records broken. Gushing Oil. from thn Moblcs of Sain E. Wilson Jr., has been as- 1 lop weight of 125 pounds. He won the recent Louisiana Derby, and Is one of the six Kentucky Derby nominees entered for tiie Arkansns race. Unofficial attendance for the 29 day.s of lhe meet through yesterday was 219.935. That already exceeds the 30-dny tola! of 211.705 last year and Ihe previous 30-day record of 215.087 in 1851). Betting Increases The pari-mutuel handle yesterday was $5S8,8i8. bringing ihe total so far to $12.338,752. That figure also is well ahead ol the previous 30-day record of $11.001,550 not been announced has bneji mentioned probable time. Municipal Stadium hut June 9 us the roost Is the big arena where Gene Tunney won the heavyweight clown in 102G by out- pointing Jack Dcmpscy before n crowd of more than 120.ODD. Kach Gets 30 Per Cent The 37 - year - old heavyweight champion from Camden N "j and Charles. Cincinnati. o. r former lilleholder, each will receive 30 per cent of the gale. The boul will mark Wntcott's firsl title defense since he won the crown from Charles at Pittsburgh last July 18 by a knockout in the seventh round. Before he finally captured the title. Wnlcott twice was beaten by Charles and also lost in. two tries at wrestling the crown suvay from former titleholder Joe Louis. A "Bobby Thnmasnn 1 Williams pulled a "Bobby Thomson." The kid won the game b; socking a three-run two-out homer in the last of the ninth inning. Bill Kennedy was the victim. Veteran outfielder Hank Edwards smashed a two-run homer in the toth Inning to give the Cincinnati Reds a 5-3 decision over the Washington Senators at Tampa, Fla. Gil Coan and Frank Campos hom- ered for the Senators. Home Runs also figured In the Boston Red Sox' 9-7 triumph over the Philadelphia Phillies at Clearwater, Fla. Johnny Pesky and Ted Sudbury Wins i- T * • \fi * Twice m Y s Softball Play Williams homered for the Sox and Mel Clark for the Phils. The Atlanta Crackers of Ihe Southern Association beat the parent Boston Braves, 3-1. under the lights at Atlanta. Lefty Warren Spahn went all the way for Boston, and would have had a shutout but I sons taking Sutibury'j joftball teams won two ball gnmM yesterday afternoon at Little Psrk as the "Y" Grade school season got under way the Fifth Grade team smothering Central by a score of 32-10 and the Sixth Grade taking Promised La into camp by 17-9. The Fifth graders had things pretty much their own way \mtil the fourth, scoring 30 runs tn'the first Ihree innings, but Central re- orgnnlzcrt and from the beginning or the 4th had a good game. Bat (cries were: for Sudbury Gnructt and Barnes and for Central Kelly Raspberry nnd Parsons, with E'af- for two outfield errors and a balk. Scheduled games between the Philadelphia _A(htetics and Toronto, and lhe St. Louis Cardinals mid tiie' Brooklyn Dodgers were rained out. The first broadcast of a political convention was the Republican meeting in Cleveland in June. 1924. Read Courier News CaUuKicd Ads. NOTICE The Quarterly Garbage Or Sanitation Fees Are Due APRIL 1st NO OTHER NOTICE WILL BE GIVEN CITY of BLYTHEVILLE duttes In Ihe 4th. Promised Land had Inning to take a 6-1 I Sixth Grade but over the pitching set last .year. Other Kentucky Derby nominees slated tor the mile and cn'Q-quar- ter test v,'ere Irish Tudor, Our Challenge, Seventh Sun, Jet Ace and Smoke Screen. Others entered nre Cullerton, Comwood, Firey Chief and Ho- peido. Mrs." H. G. Knoll's My Dividend won the featured Forty and Eight Purse yesterday. The five-year-old mare ran the six furlongs In 1:10.1, paying 54.20 straight. <s . ,«> (AP) ~ Tlle pj ' ocess o n s ncs bum s 1952 Olympic basketball team begins tonight with only one player having a chance to repeat as a member of the squad. a \\ j Lining i lie luifti, oger first baseman to ealcher to spell Roy Campanula, (NKA) Ole Miss Defeats Arkansas State OXFORD, Miss. W-The university of Mississippi baseball team defeated .Arkansas Stntc College, 0-1, yesterday for its third win in as many starts, Tlic Rebels Wasted Arkansas freshman hurler. Charlie Homer for 10 hits. Ole Miss scored .single runs in the first and second frames nnd pairs In the third mid seventh Innings. Jim Gannon scored Arkansas' only run In the liftli on a bases- loartccl single by Bill Sommers. Olympic Cage Playoffs Get Underway Tonight He is Boh Kin-land, sky-scraping,, red-haired center of the Phillips 66 Oilers who spearheaded the i Americans to ihe Olympic chain- i uinnshlp at London four years ago. I Now 27 and the lone active holdover from Ire 1948 Dsrtlcsville, Okla,, team, Kurlanrt leads hus j mates against another AAU combine. Ihe Fibber McGce and Mollys of Hollywood. Calif,, in an cpcnlns; round game at Kansas City. II the Oilers come through the! tough AAU bracket, Jesi-c (Cab) j Rcnnlck, also, will make a return ( Olympic U-ip, but as coach. A play-| er in 1948. Renntck since has succeeded Hud Browning as tutor. Four top college teams. Including three (ournamenl champions and lhe NCAA runnemp. and lhe semifinalists of lhe recent AAU tournament make up the Olympic field. Two games are scheduled at! Kansas City tonight and two at, New York's Madison ^quare Garden. semMlnaLs nre set for Monday night in New York with Hie final here Tuesday. The Olympic squad will be com-! posed ol seven players from each ' of the flnaKst tennis, lo be selected by the respective team coaches. At Kansas city, the Oilers, AAU tournament nmncrup, meet the McGces. fourth Imisher. Kansas' NCAA champions and Springfield <Mo.) State, winner of the small college or NAID event, cla.sh In the! second game. The New York openers send th« 1'ooria Caterpillars, AAU champions, agamist the U.S. Air Forc«. No. 3 AAU team, and the National Invention Tournament winner, La- Sail/.', against St. John's at fl:3o p.m. The LaSalle-St. John's game offers a return match between two of the surprise quintets of the college tournament campaigns. Un- rnnkrd nationally and unseeded, I,&Sa]|£ won the NIT, beating St. John's 1'nrout.e, 5I--S5. St. John's eliminated the country's two top- rated teams—Kentucky and Illinois—In gaining the NCAA final at Seattle where it last to Kansas. J'liojj Complains Phog Allen. Kansas coach, complained today about the setup of the Olympic tournament which he said favored a team like LaSall* and handicapped NCAA representatives like Kansas and St. John's. "I'd say the NCAA teams gel a raw deal here and the National Invitation Tourney teams get the bigpftt break." Allen «nid. Coach Frank McGuire of St. John's said his Red men were phys- icnlly exhausted from the cross- country travelling and were play- IIIK "en grit alone," Kansas and LeSallc are favored In opening college games. If they prevail, they'll meet in a showdown of the two big tournament victor* Monday night. . Walker Park Tennis Courts Are Now Open 1 Tennis courts at Walker Park arfi now open for public use. nc- -' cording lo J. P. Garroit, Blytheville j Y secretary. j Mr- Garrot said this morning ' that nets have been put up at the court following n few minor alterations to the playing areas. New wire backstops have been erected at the courts, Mr. Garrott salrf, "and we are wailing to .spe what the weather Is golnR to do before installing new nets," The courts will be operated this season the snine n« last, he salri. with one court being reserved for students and the ether for ndult.s diuring the weekends, "We are trying lo work out a system to keep groups from monopolizing play. We probably will work it the earne way we rllrl last year, with the court being reserved to adults during certain hours and for .students during other hours," Mr, Garrott said.. He abo said that plans for the city tennis tournaments nre now in the mill but that nothing definite hitfs been decided. "We hope (o get the tournaments started a little earlier this year," he said. State Certified Blue Tag D&PL 15 COTTON SEED 80% Germination Call Glen Cook Dell, Ark. Phone 2442 BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING Monday, Mar. 31 8 p.m. Adults 50c—Children 15c SPECIAL TAG MATCH GRUDGE FIGHT TO A FINISH Texns Rufes — No Time Limit Roy Welch & Joe Welch vs. Jack AAoody & Red Roberts Also 2 1-Fall Matches Roy Welch vi. Moody Joe Welch vs. Roberts For Reserved Seats. Call 3389 ahead and stay there. Battery for Sudbury vvns CoaJtrr. Bratcher and I Haney, with Coaltcr taking over big first j the receiving In tbp serond" ivhrn L lead over the i Bratcher went to the mound. For bark etmnc, i ~""u Suclb ' lr > P caroe promised Land W, Fisher and oacK strong In the second ' to go' Nokes. FOLK MUSIC JAAIBORKE - TOMORKCW, MARCH 30 AMERICAN LEGION ARENA Two Ri B Shows! 3:30 p.m. & 8:00 p.m. Two Big Shows! Danny Brown . . . Johnny Rtclor . . . Rlackle Crawford 4 "The Western Chrrokeu" Tickets Boujhl In Advance: 1.00 (lax Incl.) At Door: 1,00 (pltu lax). . . Children: 60c TfckeU Now. K1RBV PRLT, STORES, Bljlhevllle, Ark. 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