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MONDAY, SEPT. IB, 1952 BLITHE VILLE (ARK.)' COURIER XEWS PAGE SEVEN Chicks Will Face Messick In Home Oener This Week Memphis Grabs Playoff Berth Chicks Win Fourth Straight from Looks In Southern Runoff .. Hy Tin- Associated Press For the next two - nights at least the aristocratic Memphis Chicks can rest while the others work, Memphis baseball Is in recess until Mobile and Atlanta decide which of them is good enough to meet the Chicks. Memphis knocked Chattanooga out of the Southern Association playoffs yesterday, 3-2. The victory over the pennant winning Lookouts was the fourth straight Meanwhile in Mobile. Allantr and the Bears again were rained out. They meet tonight and tonior row in Mobile in contitiatuion of the best of seven series. If more than two additional games arc needec to settle ihe series, the scene shifts back to Atlanta. Fine Base Itunnlng Mobile has won twice and Atlanta once. A fine Display of base running — at Haley F^eld, ! a Memphis forte all season '— largely was responsible for the narrow victory over Chattanooga. Ed McGce lined a hot one past short In the eighth. He stole second on Al Sima and went roaring into home plate when Al Kozar cracked a single to center. Bees Open Thursday Night At Burdette; Juniors Idle Blytheville's Chicks, soundly thrashed in their first outing of the season Thursday night, come home this week •md they face the possibility of getting another dose of the same bitter medicine they took at North Little Rock. The Chicks are Blnted to open I taking on Jackson. Tenn., in an- their home season Friday night I other home shoeing Oct. 3 n;;ainst the anthers of Nfemphis'' Messick High M Haley And while Ihe Chicks arc busying themselves with their Memphis foes, Coach Jimmy Fisher's B tenni wiU open its season. The Bees go Coach rlsher's B team is slated for hard work today and tomorrow with a light workout scheduled for Wednesday. This is Coach Fisher's (irsi year at th« helm of the Bees. to Burdette Thursday night to meet Coach Charley Sims' Burdette Pirates. Coach Harold Stockton's junior high Papooses, victorious over Reiser, in their opener last ueek, 'will be idle Oils week. The Chicks, whose schedule Is loaded with tough teams are expecting another rough evening with the Panthers. Messick is rated as one of. | the top three teams of Memphis' I Prep League. | Coaches RU.SS Mosley and Bill j Stancil have a full week of hard i ork lined out for their charges. In j _ fact they started it- off Friday as j Chicks again this year costing them soon as the Chicks hit home soil .senior end candidate Fred Abbott, with a lengthy dummy scrimmage I The services of Abbott were lost I for the season Saturday when x- Muslcy Hurl \ rays revealed that he had a broke: The Chicks will get- rough contact, leg. work from the very beginning this i Abbott injured the leg two weeks week. Scrimmages a« scheduled for j Rpo during a practice session. A today, tomorrow and Wednesday [ f 11 " 3 ^ /*• was_thmjght only to be Chicks' Abbott HES Broken Leg End Candidate Hurt Leg Two Weeks Ago; Out for the Season The injury jinx has hit th today, luilJOiruw Uliu wcuiiuauivj -- •-••>-• fi^ut,,^ \jmy iu ue a with Thursday to be their day off. baci bruise. He was ordered to (he The Chicks emerged from the j sidelines and to takS heat treat .U.IWBU « o.i.si.; », temci. North Little Rock game with only' me "V;•.. ....... A crowd of 9.012 saw Ihe home- a minimum of injuries but one of * DDOtt nobl ' !cci through the fina ,]5 two ^ecks of pro-season training town Chicks trail for .much of the game. But Woody Rich never let the Lookouts get too far nhe.id. Rich pitched all the way to win his second game In the plafoffs. Pitcher Frank Paplsh of Chattanooga, who homered, needed relief from Sima. A fistfight between Memphis' Dixie Upright and Chattanooga's Bob Oldis enlivened 'the game. them was at a key spot Halfbac \vorkout to treat the injury in hopes that it would come around In time for him to' get in some light worlc this week. After the Me.sMck game the Chicks have an open date before Yankees Win 'Big One' As Giants, Bums Lose \ By JOE REICHLER AP Sports Writer The New York Yankees appear to have their fourth successive,pennant wrapped up. The fast-fading Brooklyn Dodgers are ready to be taken but the New York Giants .haven't the guns with which to do it. That was the picture following « ! Sunday's activates which saw the Yankees win "the big one" from the Indians in Cleveland and the Giants j jriiss a grand opportunity to «ut i deeper into the Dodger lead. * With southpaw Eddie Lopat and righthander Allie Reynolds collaborating in fine style, the Yankees whipped the Indians, 7-1, to increase their American League lead over the Tribe to 2^ games. New York has II games left to play and Cleveland 10. Cards Blast Giants Although shut out. 4-0 by the Cincinnati Reds, the Dodgers were able to retain their three-game National League margin over the runnon.ip Giants when the third-place St. Louis Cardinals drubbed the New Yorkers. 14-4. The Brooks, Giants nnd Cards each have 12 games left to play. The Cards trail the Dodgers by seven games and the Giants oy four. In other results, the Philadelphin Ph ill ics s wep t a twin bill from Pittsburgh, 5-2 and 2-1; Boston's "Braves and Chicago's Cubs divided a doubleheader, the Braves winning the opener 1-0. and the Cubs taking .. the second game 3-2. in 10 innings. Philadelphia's Athletics took two from the St. Louis Browns. 10-5 and 2-1: Washington shipped the Detroit Tigers. R-2: and Chicago's! White Sox ninped the Boston Red | Sox, 4-3 in 17 innings. Casey Stengel wouldn't call his Yankees "in" and Al I.ODCZ wouldn't count his Indians "out," but the cold facts state plainly that If the! Yankees win only sir of thrir re- ' mninine 11. the Indians must win! did very little. And when Ti : failed to come along as expected, ai x-ray was ordered and it revealec ttiat a small bone in his left le was fractured. Abbott was out of action all las season due to a severed tendon 5. his right ankle received in a swim ming accident. Four Tilts Booked on Class B Menu in Missco This Week Mississippi County's Class B football teams get going at full blast, this week following opening games last week with all but two teams seeing action. Four gnmes are on the menu for this week with two games to b« played on county fields and two omslrte the county limits HighllghtlnR the Class B schedule for the week will be Wilson's clash TACKLE TIMBER — The Chicks will have a lot of weight at the lackle.s this fall when these two senior lettcrnien are in the lineup. They are M. L,. Criner cleft) and Quincy Hodge. Both are scheduled for plenty of action against Messick's Panthers in the chicks opening home game Friday night. (Courier News I'hoto) Baylor Bears May Be SWCs Surprise Team By HAHOI.D V. RATI.IFF WACO, Tex. (AP) — Baylor's Golden Bears are getting set (o supply some more highly exciting weekends for football fans and more headaches for those who try to pick the winners in advance. AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pet. GB New York 86 57 .601 Cleveland 84 60 .583 2'/ 2 Chicago ..... 74 68 .524 II Philadelphia 75 10 .517 12 Boston 73 69 .514 12'/ 2 Washington .. ,.74 70 .514 12>i St. Louis ...." 5885.40628 Detroit 48 94 .338 39i,fc NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet. GB rteht of 10 to tie. Studious Family Keeps Plugging for Degrees COLUMBUS. O. r,7»- — Dr. Israel Frcedmaiv StcnbrnvlUe. O., chirn- TOP HAND — All - Southwest Conference as a sophomore in j 1951, Arkansas quarterback Lnmar McHan L= gunning for All-America i honors this football season. The ! 190-pound blond does everything | well, but his longest suit is keeping the ball for off-tackle slants in the split-T formation's feared option play. (AP Photo) podfct knows what it's like to hate; Wheat Tie-Ua Found a studious family. Hi.s wife, daugli-s WflCOt ' te ' U P r °"n<* tcr. son and his son's wife spent the I D1PniM . r _ H , ,~ _ .„ REGINA. Canada Wi — Visitin motorists from Kansas should fee rigbt at home in Snskatchewa Kanras license plates bear the In tcriptlon "The Wheat stnt«," whil Saskatchewan plates carry the \\OT-. summer furthering their respective educations at Ohio Slate University. Elodee Freedman. 17, took courses in psyrholoffy and sociology as a special student. Mrs. Ann Freedman, wife of the doctor, worked on ', . A «H her doctor of philosophy degree in ! ____!? 1!J1YI!!±_. speech and hearing therapy. Son ' Joel Freeriman, 23, began his third year in medical school. Joel> wife. Maria, 20 pursued her studies ir. p.eycholosy On wenk. ends Dr. Precdman cr.me *o Cclumbus to visit his family. irooklyn lew' York i- T.ouis 'hiladelphia Chicago Cincinnati lost an 'Hisbnrgh W L Pet. GB 89 53 .627 86 56 .606 3 82 60 .577 7 73" 65 .545 Iiy 2 72 74 .493 19 . 64 79 .448 2a'/z 63 RQ .441 26'.i 40 107 .272 51' YESTERDAY'S RESULTS American League York 7 Cleveland 1 Philadelphia 10-2 St. Louis 5-1 (QSE hicago 4 Boston 3 (17 innings) !nd game catled-darkness Vn&hington 6 Detroit 2 National League St. Louis 14 New York 4 iincinnati 4 ^Brooklyn 0 Boston 1-2 Chicago ~0-3 (2nd game 0 innings) Philadelphia 5-2 Pittsburgh 2-1 TODAY'S GAMES American League Washington at Detroit, Shea (107) vs WiRht (7-11) Boston at Chicago, Parnell (129) vs Kretlow <3-3| Only games scheduled. National League Cincinnati at Brooklyn, Podbie- lan (2-4) vs Erskine (12-6). St. Louis at New York Brar.le (12-4) vs Maglie. (16-7) Only games scheduled. The- Bruins. wKh Aiiredy. spirited sophomores, improving Juniors and solid seniors distributed equally among their two platoons, are shaping up as just that kind of football team as they prepare for the Sept. 20 opener with Wake Forest. No writer, poll or ratine; system figured Baylor in the top 10 nationally at the start of the 1951 campaign. The Bears wound up ninth the nation. Picked to finish on the Southwest Conference bottom in 1950, Baylor \vas-sccond. Graduation tapped Baylor too heavily for the Bears to be rated title contenders this time, but this rebuilt club conceivably can win any game on its schedule and, with its flaming spirit, the temn will be nobody's pushover. Road Coach George Saner says Baylor, which has connected on 25 touchdown passes in the past two reasons, will pass RS much as ever. "Perhaps not- as well, with Larry Isbell and those superb receivers. Stan Williams, Hal Riley and Dot Trout gone," said Saner, "but we'll still be throwing and striving for the same balanced attack we've had the last two .seasons." In the early games', the new Baylor T quarterback and passer is apt io be Francis Cotton Davidson, junior letterman. or Billy Hooper, sophomore from Swcetwatcr. If they should fail to get the Bruins' model-T attack cranked up and clicking, sophomore Frank Peschel of Granger or squadman Jimmy Davenport would be called in. 15 Lettermcrt Baylor has 15 returning lettermen, and Ihree of them are offensive halfbacks. Capable runners Jerry Goody. Donald Carpenter and Mickey Sullivan return at the half- oagks "and dependable Dick Parma Is back for his third season at full- They could be crowded out by *peedy sophs L. G, Dupre and Aller Jones, or sqnadmen Frank BouEdin and Charley Jones. On their offensive line, the Bears have lettermen at center. Jack co; both guards. Pete Erbcn and Johnny Davis, and right tackle. Bob Reid, who led the conference In pass interceptions in 1951. Davidson is the No. 1 punter right now. There are lots of new faces on this Baylor team, and in the early es it is not apt to resemble the sharp, p"oised club o[ 1951. But there is the feeling that it will improve as it may bet the job done in a different manner. College Grid Season Starts This Week with Top Games > NEW YORK CAP) — Game. 1 ; usually reserved for later in the season send the 1952 major college football season off to a roaring start this week with 11 of the nation's 20 top ranking elevens swincnitr Into nction. KJRht of the teams which finished* — among ihe first 20 In the Associated Press' pre-scason poll will play major opponents with defeat jeopar- di/ing their chances of getting a posi-Reason bowl bid. Headlining the coast to const program is the clii.sh st Columbia, Mo,. Saturday between the University of Maryland,- ranked second (o Michigan State in the pre-season balloting, and Missouri of the Big Seven Conference. Maryland, rated pvcn more i>aw- orful than the outfit which whipped 0.) ranked Tennessee in the Sugar 1o\vl last Jan. 1, will carry n wiii- linc streak of 12 games into the ontest. TCU On TV For those fans who watch their not ball on the. television screen. he 'game of the week will be at -awrence, Kns.> between Texas Christian's Horned Frogs, defending Southwest Conference championi, | the coveted ind the University of Kansas, one] crown. >f the Bip Seven powers. TCU was! •anked ninth and Kansas 17th In .lie pre-season poll, The Pacific Coast features Wash- ngton State and Southern California, ranked 15th and 10th, respectively. In a game under the JRhts Friday niyht. The Cougars of Washington State have an eye on the Rose Bowl. Eleventh-ranked Texas, Stanford .n the 13th slot and UCLA, No. 18. ilso open the season against major opponents. The Longhorns lake on Louisiana State, Stanford meets always tough Santa Clara nnd UCLA tackles Oregon in a Pacific Coast Conference affair. Other highly rated elevens warm up against minor opposition. The lightest action Is In the East and Big Ten area where the top fllgfat colleges wait another week to pry off the lid. Luxora Preps For Opener Panthers ro Invade Crawfordsvilie Friday LUXORA—Coach Charles John son sent his Luxora High Schoo Panthers through a full-wal scrimmage rehearsal here this uf ternoon in the final contact drl prior to their opening contest Fr: day. Two weeks ot Stranahan Wins Western Again Toledo Strong Boy Takes Amateur Title For Fourth Time ' CHICAGO lift— Prank Strannhnn hn.s carved a niche for himspll in i'm> Western Golf Association's hall of fame by \vinning the group's amateur championship for the louilh time. He joined such old timers, as H. C. Egan and Chick Evans as the only men to make such a monopoly of with Marked Tree at Wilson Friday night. This came will !» a test for two powerful elevens. Wilson is the defending Class B champion but possibly is a little weaker this year while Marked Tree is reported to IK "loaded" this fall. Wilson opened its season Friday night at Lcpanto and the Polnsett Counltan.s surprised Coach Bill Yates' Bulldogs by holding them to a 0-6 deadlock. The week's Class B action gets started Thursday night at Burdette. where Coach Charley Sims' Burdette Pirates are slated to meet Blytheville's B team. Burdette opened Its season with a 44-7 victory over Marion last week and this will be the opening game for Blytheville's Bees Boih Osceola and Luxora are scheduled to travel this week Osceola. after a pitiful showing against strong Wynne in its opening game last Friday night, moves to Paragould for a clash with Par. agouhi's Bulldogs Friday ni"ht Western Amateur Shortly after the turn of the century Egon won it" four times nnd then Evans captured it eight times. Stranahan, who lias won about -Luxora, sporting a new coach and a new system, opens its season at Crawfordsvilie Friday night, Groziano, Davey Fight Wednesday CHICAGO (fl>) — Former Middle malisui, who has won atwut weight Champion Rocky Graziano amntcnr title but the Nation- In sharp physical condition Monday predicted he would 'flatten welterweight Chuck Davey within five rounds of ti lc !r Chicago stadium 10-roLimler Wednesday night 'I've met his kind before," said Qrnzlano of the undefeated Davey They arc flashy for awhile, but J al, defeated Harvle Ward of Atlanta ?, and 2 yesterday in a scheduled 30-hole windup of the 50th meet. He did 11 with spectacular recovery shotfl. Ward, who walloped Frank C and 5 for the British Amateur title last June at Preslwick, Scotland, lost the first hole when the Toledo millionaire's son holed out a -10-foot eagle 3 putt. Ward never was able to lake the lead or ever square the match thereafter. After a blistering Ihree-under- par 68 In the morning, Stranahnn finished the 34 holes In even .par while Ward was four over for "the distance. ASC and Southern State Win Openers; Henderson Loses work and 'T' formation drill have led the twenty etght- candidates, including eleven letterrnen, into today's squad game in the final showdown for starting berths. Coach Johnson said that minor injuries to two key backs may slow Panthers down in their opener By Thr, Associated Tress Two Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference powers opened the 19!>2 football season Saturday night with victories, while another AIC member fell to a team from Oklahoma. Arkansas State College of Joncs- boro swamped Memphis Navy, 39-0, and Southern State of Magnolia took a 6-0 decision over Alabama , State Teachers College at Living- Intensive contact ^ton Ala always catch them. 1 Grnzjano. 30, trained hard for thtf battle with the 26-year-old Davey. who owns a masters degree In edu. cation from Michigan State College Ihe sponsoring International Boxing Club expects the bout, to be televised nnd broadcast nationally, will attract 12,000. . Henderson State Teachers gave up three touchdowns" to Northeast Oklahoma State in the first half of a battl e at Arkadelphla nnd never could catch up in an 18-7 I loss, I Led by veteran backs ntchio Woit, i Buzzy Gcbert and Rudy Wagner, cer an lo . with Cravvfordsv.lje there Friday | s t y „ „ , Us M mts ln the '' nn '' Police Save Pair SYDNEY. Canada IJ'i—Police had a "weird" night in rescuing a couple of worried men. First they scurried around to rind anrt lock up a man who left \vord he was going (o commit suicide. Then they rescued a man ;vho hart jumped from a wharf Bennett, -seniors and three year lRt-|?, rSt ,A hrCC termen, have been chosen by the i tnwfirtcn squad i season. The Pan tliers* revised schedule periods. Memphis. Major League Leaders NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING .— Mllsinl, St. Louis. .336; Bruimholt?,, Chicago, .325; Klusjewskl. Cincinnati, .320. RUNS—Robinson, Brooklyn and Mlisial, St. Louis, 08; Hermit, St. Louis, 97. HITS—Milslnl, St. Louis, 179; Schoendienst, St. Louis, m; Adams. Cincinnati, 174. HOME RUNS — Saucr, Chicago, 37; Kiner, Pittsburgh, 36; Hodges, Brooklyn, 30. PITCHING—Roe. Brooklyn, 11-2, .846; Black, Brooklyn, 14-3, .824; Servicemen Fact Wedding Problems ROCHESTER, N. Y. W) _ Two Coastgunrrtsmen with similar romantic ideas may run Into complications over their respective and prospective weddings. Both men wooert their brides-to- be for many mratlis by mail hefora meeting them In person. Now both v;ant leave October 4 to get married and go on a honeymoon, The trouble Is Hint both are yeomen and only one can go. Yeoman 2 C Herbert Wright, 23, wrote to Mary Francis in England for Hi years before flying over to see her last February. She is expected in New York this month. Yeoman 2 C Der.n Dlckerson, 23. was in the Philippines when ha started to correspond with pen pal Mary Ann Sobeck of Koplil, Pa. They met last November. . their co-captains Jor the by State's rugged line, I Yllta s. St. Lout-. 9-2, .818. ! never (lid make a contest of the j put them in n full nine game slate, an addition over the past three sea- amp. Southern State turned a first ouarter pass interception by FuU- Vance Roberts into Its only sons when they played only five i and winning touchdown. Roberts piunes a year. Crawford^ville, the • gathered In the ball on the home BIytheville 'Bs 1 , and Corning furnish the new opposition in the following order: Sept. 19 Crawforrisvflle There Robert Knowlcs. Squadmcn Charles | Cowley and Wayne Hopkins are eading contenders for the end positions. Oct. 2 Blylhf.ville 'I! 1 There Oct. 10 Shqu-nrc There Oct. 17 Marlon Homecoming Hrre Oct. 21 RurricUe Al Osreala Oct. 31 Corniup There N'or. 7 Crnwrordsvllte Here Nov. M Wilson There Tiny Baby Grows KINGSTON,' Canada OP,—A ba- Tn Guard BiU Athey. Ime Coach bv thnt we | Bhcd nn , v 27 ml[K « at Mike Michalske has one of the most blrtn , s more [nnn a ' month olcl and loam's -12 ynrd line nnd Teturnert It 15 ynrds. The Mulcnclers promptly marched to the goal, with GracJy Cathcy making the final six ynrds over right Uckle. Northeast Oklnhoma drove to two touchdowns in the first quarter mid picked up another in the second to handily defeat Henderson. Jack Rusher, Pan! King and Ben Kitjer alternated in the Oklnhoma running attack that pnHcd long drives for each of the scores. Henderson tallied in the final quarter, wilh Clyde Berry carrying the ball across. valuable ?uards in the country progressing favorably. Dr. James | Some electric power plfuiU can a^nd which tobulM his defensive 5lS3T laid ihit MiihcT. RMlS ! g«™"«« one kKlt-fiwr team. Blark Is Bark Ronnie Blark returns at end and Cosimo Bracato Is back to handle a linebackers" job, Sfjuarimen Bill Lucky and Boo Robinson arc com- Injr along nicely at the tarkles and so is Jim Spcer at the opposite end. On Baylor's five-man line defensive arrangement Slurkey Davis probably will win the second backer-up to be selected from several candidates. Tall F3on Sherman, squadman from For t Wort h, m ay crowd r,-j I one of the veteran returnees in the defensive secondary. The Bears lost with weighs nearly two i less than a pound of coal, while 30 years ago ft took three pounds. AMERICA?! LEAGUE BATTING — Fain, Phllndelpiiia, .331; Mitchell, Cleveland, .324; \Vonclllng, New York, .320. HUNS—Bcrra, Now York, 05; Doby, Cleveland, 04; Avila and Rosen. Cleveland, 93. HITS—Fox, Chicago, 178; Fnln, Philadelphia, 168; Avila, Cleveland, 164. HOME RUNS—Doby and Easter, Cleveland, 30; Berra, New York, 29. PITCHING — Shantz, Philadelphia, 23-1, .157; Raschi, New York, 16-5, .762; 18-8, .692. The BIytheville Shrine Club Announces Reynolds, New York, Me//ow as Moonlight Stilt. Forget it. M»yla(! rlora All .»_R... pm.ai *)on O' '^' e wor ^. See 't l " Dc rJX!! 2 "- So "*i«y. Adams Appliance Co. Inc. BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING Monday, Sept. 15 8:15 p.m. TAG MATCH Bill Canny & Red Roberts vs. Lester & Jack Welch Adults 50c—Children 15e Shipbuilding Declines NEW YORK (/Pi—Shipbuilding throughout the world declined sli^hlly during the second quarter of 1952, accoi'ding to Lloyd's Register of Shipping, It reported 1.190 steam and motor ships totaling 5,614,183 tons on the ways compared Kith 1,22-1 totaling 5.680,563 in the first three months ol the year. Also 2 1-Fall Matches 30 Minnie Time Limit Canny vs. L. Welch Roberts vs. J. Welch •KEHWCKrSJWGHTBQVRBOH , Co leads is o//wbtiky.. .Q Iru.y gt«al Bourbon from Kentucky,.,rith, light, ag«d by notutVi pnHanl hands to tha pdak of old-faihloned gaodnesi. Ihtrc it no finer Rourbon at any price. . "f*OM J HI'Lift AND VIGOR Of THF GRAIN" SEP. t. siun (o»nm, too is run. luimit • ti rtoor-im «HI;IY H turn THiS T' HSE BIG SHOW 3RIMM1HG OVER WITH INNOVATIONS, WONDROUS SURPRISES & A MYRIAD OF UNPRECEDENTED FEATURES 7ROM ALL STRANGE LANDS The Year's Best Holiday Is Ibi .-id..rU el KING 3ROTKERS antf CRI 571 UNI SUPER CIRCUS. Millloni ol Peo- evel i i thf Uerrlrvicnl and Wholesome Fun ol this Annul) FctNve Frolic. Young And Old Irom Far and HiirlolnHoncl 10 C«lebrale this HAPPIEST OF KOLIDAVS. BOO—PEOPLE —600 150 PERFORMERS 250 WILD ANIMALS, INCLUDES* GIRAFFE AND HIPPOPOTAMUS !S— ELEPHANTS—IS 5000—SEATS—500O 57,400 OnlLV EXPENSE $1,700,000 INVESTED GORGEOUS STREET PARADE II A.M. TWICE DAILY 2i8 P.H. °?°^f'S' ADULTS $1 • CHILDREN SO* ALL nCKITS PLUS TAX Saturday, Oct. 20 Walker Park Fairgrounds '

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