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SATURDAY, APRIL 5, 1952 Phillie Rookie Steve Ridzik Throws No- Hitter at Cards BLYTHRVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Ky RAI.VH RODEN Associated Press Sports Writer The Yonkers, N.Y., native named recently as one of the Phils' starters by Manager Eddie Saw. yer, has had little to cheer about until this season. Rldzlk Joined the Phils' organization when he was 16 years ojd. His best season to date was In 194S when he won 15 with Utica. This earned him a tryout in 1950 but his dreams were shattered when he suffered a fractured knee cap in an intra-sijuad game. Last year, with a poor Baltimore team, Rldzlk won only 5 and lost 11 but th,e brass, ordered him to the Phils' camp for another chance. RidKik impressed the brain trust but received a bawling out. by Sawyer for breaking the curfew law. He came in 15 minutes after the curfew but wasn't fined. The youngster capped his brilliant pitching this spring with his no-hitter. He was slightly 'wil'd. walking four and hitting three Cards but was tough in the pinch. He now has pitched 11 hitless innings and "1 F">rr>\e^s frames. His First One "I didn't realize I had a no-li!Hcr going until the seventh when I started trying, to figure how many hits they had," HidVjk satd after the game. "It was the first no-hitter I ever pitched. I was using a fast ball and a curve, alternating them with a palm ball which 1 picked up from (Jim) Konstanty this spring." Willie Jones played a big part In the victory. He came up with two great fielding plays nnd socked a two-run homer in the Phils' three-run eighth inning. Until the eighth rookie Wilmer (Vinegar Bend) Mizell of the Cards had blanked the Phils on two hits. Dick Bokelman was the victim of the Phils' uprising. The no-hitter was the second of the spring-. Jim Hearn and Monte Kennedy pitched the New York Giants to a 10-0 no-hit victory over the Chicago Cubs on March IT. Sam Zoldak and Bob Hooper almost pitched a po-hitter for the Philadelphia Athletics. The duo held the Baltimore Orioless'to one hit in n -night game at Fayetie- ville, N.C., which the A's won.- G-o. Ed Kazanski, $30,QUO bonus player of the Phillies, spoiled the bid with a sixth inn'ng single off Zoldak. Brooklyn "Wins Chris Van Cuyk of Brooklyn also turned in a fine" pitching job as the Dodgers trounced the Boston Braves. 7-0, at Montgomery, Ala. Van Cuyk worked the first seven Innings and 'Clem Labine finished up. Van Cuyk bns allmved only one run in 27 innings. The New York Giants scored their first victory in eight starts against Cleveland by beating the Indians, 5-3, at Oklahoma City, Okie. Larry Doby and A! Rosen homered for the Indians. Walt Dropo clouted a grand slam homer In the first inning at Ft. Worth, Tex., to spearhead the Boston Red Sox to a 9-3 triumph over the Cats of the Texas League The Chicago White Sox' "B" team swept a doublehead'er from Dallas of the Texas League, 6-0 and 8-5, at Dallas, Tex., but the main squad dropped a 5--J decision to the St. Louis Browns, at San Antonio, Tex. Tommy Byrne went the distance vJor the Browns and scattered eight Chicago hits. Byrne featured a game winning seventh inning rally •with a double that drove in one run and set up the tying and winning markers. The Cincinnati Reds made it three straight over Washington b$ nipping the Senators, 3-2, at Wilmington, N.C. Ewell . Blackw.ell went the distance for Cincinnati and yielded seven hits Including a two-run homer by Sam Mcle. The Reds scored all of their runs in the fourth on a homer by Wally Post and two-run single by catcher Joe Rossi. Tom Morgan became the first New York pitcher to go the distance as the Yankees edged Atlanta ot the Southern Association, 5-4, in a night game at the Cracker park. Mickey Mantle and Yogi Berra homered for the champs who won the game with a two-run rally in the ninth. Mel Parnell Again Gives Baseball Trophies to Y Once again this year players in the Blytheville Y's high school and junior high school baseball leases will battle it out for autographed buetaU* offered by Mel Parnell, Boston Red Sox hurler, a., tropWes Baseballs bearing the signatures York Yankee of members of Red Sox and Few Arkansas Netmen Beaten by Aggies STILLWATER, Okla. (if) — The Oklahoma Aggies tennis team won every set yestaerday in sweeping a dual match from Arkansas, 6-0. The results: Bill Danner def. Charles Crleser, 6-2, 6-4. C. J. Hixson def. Jim Porter, 6-3, 8-2. Dick DeWattevllle def. Bob Snydor 6-1, 6-2. Budd Thompson def. Tom Coker 6-4, 6-2. Danner-Hixson def. Porter-Sny- MEL PARNEIL - „.,—(is ^-j|i jjg pre- "I'l , to the y by Pan «» as trophies for the league's best hitters according to j. p. rr ,end, Blytheville baseball enthusiast. Mr. Friend this week delivered a ball bearing autographs of the Yankee squad to the Y and said that a similar ball from the Red Sox will be received later. The Yankee ball was given to Mr. Friend by Parnell in Memphis last week. He said that the Red Sox ball was not available at that time because Manager Lou Boudreau had split his squad for the exhibition barnstorming tour. ui P f£ ne ']; who P' tc " etl 'or the Bly heviile Army Air Field nine during World War II,-presented autographed, balls to the Y List, year with instructions that they be given to deserving boys. It was' decided to then offer the bails as trophies for (lie leagues. Mr. Friend said he plans to write Jim Toomey, publicity director of the bt, Louis Cardinals, for a third autographed ball trophy for the leagues. Travelers Buy Toronto Player LITTLE ROCK W|-Llttle Hock of the Southern Association today announced the conditional purchase Rober^e from International of infielder Albeit Toronto of the League. Roberge hit .22* in si games with Toronto in 1950. He was out of baseball last season. A scheduled exhibition by the Travellers at Texarkana yesterday was rained out. Bfedsoe Named Jonesboro Coach ,'ONESBORO -'Troy Blertsoe of North Little Rock was named yesterday to succeed Eugene (Hot) Osment as Jonesbcro High School's basketball coach. A graduate of Hendrix College Bledsoe has been basketball coach at Dumas High School for the past three years. Coach Osment is retiring from the coaching profession to enter private business at the end of the current schorl yenr. Georgia Araujo Thrills Boxing World with Victory Over Riley By MURRAY HOSE NEW YORK Mv-New York and television fight fans across the country have bad their first look at Gccrgie Araujo. They m y h v seen the next lightweight champion of the world Rarely has a touted newcomer come through In a fashion to eo.ua! his pre-Ilght raves. The 20-year-old Providence "134-poimder did Just that against experienced Charley Riley of St. Louis at the St. Nicholas Arena last nifjlu. Icy calm and fast with his hands and feet, the Negro lad handed the 28 year-old veteran a neat shellacking through the first eight rounds de- NOTICE IN THE PROBATE COURT OF CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Estate of J. R. Bombolaskl, ceased. Last known address: Blytheville. Arkansas. Date of Death: January 30. 1952. An Instrument dated December 28. !9!8, was on the 1st day of April. 1952. admitted to probate as the In.st will of the above named decedent, and the undersigned has been appointed as executrixs there- under, a contest of the probate of the will can be effected only by filing a petition within the time prescribed by law. All persons having claims against the estate mast exhibit them, duly verified, to the undersigned within six months from the date of the first publication of the notice or they shall he forever barred and precluded from any benefits in the estate. This notice first published April 7. 1952. Rose Bombolaski, Executrix' Jane Bombolaskl, Executrix Executrixs address: 1701 W. Chickasawba. Blytheville. Arkansas. G. w. Barham. attorney. Guard Building, Blytheville, Arkansas. •15-12 dcr. 6-0, 6-2. D e W a 11 e v 111 e-Thompson def Crigger-Cokfr. 6-1, 6-3. and stopped him IM of the ninth round of the 10 rounder, There were no knockdowns but Araujo stunned Riley in the third, eighth and ninth rounds. Unbeaten in 2>i years, Araujo racked up his. 29th knockout, although it was of the technical variety. His record now k 42 victories and one defeat. He avenged a decision loss to Doc Blarichard In 1949 by belting out Doc in eight rounds six weeks later. Manager Angeto Puccl feels his phenom is ready to meet lightweight Champion Jimmy Carter right now. "I'm going to post a "challenge and > forfeit check with the New York Commission In two weeks" said PuccI today. He said If the commission wants Araujo to fight Paddy de Marco first he would sign for that match providing If was stipulated the winner would get Carter. Bllcy, a stubby, i foot 214 inch 128-pounder whd has 'met some of the best, featherweights and lightweights In the business, said he thought Araujo would glv« Carter "a terrific fight and stand a good chance of winning." WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chickasawba District. MlMlsslppl County, Arkansas. Louise Turk, Ptf. vs - NO. la.ow Phillip Turk, Dft. The defendant. Phillip Turk, Is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named In the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Louise Dated this 21 day of March, Harvey Morris, Clerk By Anita Sykes, D c C. F, Cooper, atty. for ptf. Ed B. Cook, Rtty. ad lltem 3-22-29 4-5-12 PAGE FIVE Snead Passes Hogan In Masters Tourney AUGUSTA, Ga. Wj-Professlonal golfers and other folk's who arc .supposed to know say Ben Hogan holds a mental bugaboo over Sam Snead—that SneaH can't win with Hogan in the field. ' But as the Masters Tournament* today reached the third round, Snead seemed well on the way to defeating Hogan right where It hurt the most — in a major tournament with thousands looking on. Unless Hogan can get his alleged rvex back in working order or un- ess Snead /alls badly off his pace, Snead will set a new Masters record Sunday with strokes to spare. The Virginian, by way of .West Virginia, yesterday shot a 67 for 131 two-round total. That was good enough by three strokes to pull ahead of Hognn, who repeated with another 70 for a HO. Should Rreak Par At Snead's present rate, lic'il give :hc 72-hole par of 288 on the Augus' i National a rough spanking. Tied with I42,s were Tommy Boll Jim Ferrier and John Revolta. Amoiig the 143 shooters was John- vy Palmer who had a 74 alier leading the field with Ray Gafford after the first round. Other 143 men were Jack Burke Jr., who also had a second round 67, George Fazio and amateur Harvie Ward Jr. Gafford slumped from his first round 69 to an 80. Protection Umbrella, birds of the Andes mountains. Jet-black and crow-stze, have large crests of filmy feathers which can be thrown forward and outward to form a protection over eyes and beak. . HICKORY HALVES—A r*w type of take-apart skis, limcti at reducing the .trouble ..nd space required to carry skit, h., been developed in' Gtrmany The manufacturer claim* thev are as solid as conventional skis sell for about $34. (NEA) FEEDS Wholesale or Retail FULL-0-PEP STAF-0-LIFE Moore Bros Store MM Hlwij 18 Weil BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING Monday, April 7 8 p.m. Adultl 50c-Childr«n ISc 3 SPECIAL 5-MAN TAG MATCH DON CORTEZ, 9a RED 2 ROBERTS^JA^CK MOODY JOE WELCH & ROY WELCH 2 Mike Meroney and 1 Other - - I Rest •> n,,i nf •? Foil -• Referee Will Officiate I vl T• " l " ' .. ralls vmciaie | >, 0 Tlme Ijim)l _ Tej;as Rulw Morriss Cut From Porkers' Coaching Staff PAYETTEVILLE, Ark. «| _ Track and Field Coach Johnny Morriss has been dropped by the University of Arkansas. Provost Joe Covlngton announced yesterday that Morriss' would not be renewed expires in June. He said the move was made contract when It with Morriss' coaching." speculation was that Athletic Director John Barnhlll would take over as track coach. NCA Outlines New 'Athletic Reform' Program; Violators Face Expulsion A convention of the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools' set up the program yesterday. It approved a new code, effective Sept. 1, which .strikes at "snap courses." athletic scholarships and over-emphasis on winning. Approximately 1.000 delegates voted to make violations punishable by possible dismissal from the association's list of 350 accredited universities nnd colleges a IB-state area, including all Big Ten schools and parts of the Missouri Valley and Big Seven Conferences. Authority to serve public warn- i"K to. or place on probation, or suspend, any violator of the new code Is given the association's commission on universities and col- legos. The commission will rule on complaints passed on bv a new committee pn athletic reports. Loss of accreditation Is considered a serious ulow to a school's standing. The new code sets forth these theories on athletics:: : "The possible contribution a student can make to tlie winning of athletic contests should not be taken into consideration at all In the granting of financial aid of any kind." Heads of colleges are "uHitniUely responsible" for wholesome conduct of intercollegiate athletics at their schools. L Coaching staff members should linve regular faculty tenure "with salaries comparable to the general faculty seulc." Colleges should lake "effective steps" to break efforts by alumni and booster groups engaged in recruiting and subsidization of athletes. The National Collegiate Athletic Association and the American Council of Education have devised similar programs but the North Central Association hopes to achieve specific results with the weapon of nccrcditnlion. Dote for Jaycee Tourney Fixed PINE BLUFF (m- The Arkansas lie held at El Dorado July 11-13 John E. Miller of El- Dorado. committee, said the four low medal- Pop Warner, at 81, Scoffs At T and Platoon System PALO ALTO. Calif. W)-'Top" reached 81 today-a little uncertain about his legs but positive the platoon system has no future In football Pop Is Glenn Scobey Warner.* „_ father of ihe single wins. Hu scoffs) ~~~ at the T-fonnation as bein g "" /T^g.^^ J Qg Bout Booked On Legion Card "interferonce-follow-me" system. "If I could have a couple of new legs under me, I might be Interested In a coaching Job." grinned the former mentor of Cornell, Carlisle, Pittsburgh, Temple. Stanford and other colleges. Warner has an arthritic condition is his right leg. lie sounded off against the platoon system like this:: "Nowadays, coaches send players Into the game like messengers with plays from Ihc bench. "I suggest the present rule be amended to restrict a coach to, - -- -- „ „„„ ^ orll making subs only while his team Jacl! Moody and Red Roberts In a Is on defense, possibly a subslim- j special five man bout. against three booking SoinethlnR new In the way of a grudge tag match has been booked for the American Legion's wrest- Mo S nrta 0 ; l m:h, Mem0rlalAl ' dit " rlum Promoter Mike Mwoney has hooked two of the Welch brothers- Roy and Joe—lo meet Don Cortez , y a susllu- tion when the offense made a first down. "This would prevent a coach Jrom sending in a player with a special play In a crucial situation. It would also put a stop to the steady stream of players coming off and on the field." Tonight the man who began his coaching career hack In 1894 will sit down to a birthday dinner with some old cronies. • WARNING ORDKR In (he Chancery Court, Chicka- Rawlia District, Msslssippi County, Arkansas. Delia Cooper, Ptf. vs - No. 12,001 George Cooper, Dft. The defendant, George Cooper, Is hereby warned to appear within thirty days In the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint o( the plaintiff, Della Cooper. Dated this 21st day of March, Harvey Morris, Clerk By Anita Sykcs, D. c. C. F. Cooper, attorney for ptf. Ed B. Cook, attorney Ad Lllcm. 3-23-29 4-5-12 August. at, Eugene, Ore, in The two „. _ _ was arranged after Roy'welch'hurU cd a challenge after last week's fri-itflffe flEht with Moody and Ro- bnrls. Cortez. who officiated that bout, disqualified the Welchs In the third fall after he, Moody and Roberts had been chased from th« brothers' th ° enr!1Bed cher °l<« The Welchs agreed to take on the three toughles and if they lose thev say they will donate their usual share of the Rate receipts to charity Ihe special bout will be a "no time limit affair with Texas rul<* applying. It wll be over the usu.l best two of three falls route. Promoter Meroney said that two referees will be assigned to work the bout with him aj one of th« r Big Six Track, Golf Meets Today LITTLE ROCK VP)-Kg Blx hi«h school athletes were competing In track, (cnnls and golf here today. All conference members were «ri- tcrcd In the Big Six relays. All but Hot Springs were seeking golf honors. Only Little Rock, El Doro- do. Hot Springs and Ft. Smith wer» entered in the tennis meet. 406 W. Main ' Phone 4591 DISASTER RELIEF EMERGENCY SERVICE 1. Clothing, Bedding, Furniture, Horn. Repair N..d, Immediately ovdlabl. a* Wards Retail Store or on special fast .ervke Arougf, Word* Catalog Order Depf. 2. Only 10% down-up to 18 months to pay. ^e» ip^ial Monthly Payment terms for repair or replacement merchandise are at authorized by the Federal Reserve Bank under Section 7-J of Regulation W. 3. No down payment-up to 36 months to pay on FHA terms for Home Repairs. 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