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PAGE TBH ELYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEW» Injury May Keep Mosley Out Of Lineup for Messick Game The possibility of a crippled offense for their opening home game stared the Chicks squarely in the face today as they settled down to the business of getting re;idv for the invasion of the Messick Panthers Friday night. Tommy Mosley, the junior lad < \vho Is being groomed as the Chicks' offensive main spring this year, yesterday appeared - a doubtful starter In Friday night's Haley Field clambake. Mosley, who already was nursing an jnjured right leg. suffered a badly bruised side muscle in the Chicks' opening engagement at North Little RocK last week and he watched yesterday's practice session from the sideline. Tommy received the Injured side muscle when he blocked a North Little Rock tall carrier, who had broken Into the clear, out of bounds. He was removed from the game at the time but later came back. And Mosley is not the only Injured player hampering the Chicks. Montroe Holland, the Tribe's big end. Is stlli nursing a sore ankle and blocking-back Bob (Red) Childrcss suffered an arm injury in the North Little Rock game. However, both, took an active part In yesterday's practice session and barring unfor- scen further injuries they will be ready to go Friday night. Nothing But Bad News There was nothing but disappointing news for the Chicks yesterday. Coaches Russ Mosley and Bill Stancil got a scouting report on the Panthers' game of last week with Memphis' East High and it. too, spelled bad news, Messick trounced the East team 27-0 lest Thursday night and. according to the scouting report, the Panthers' could easily have doubled the score. Coach Floyd (Preacher) Roberts' Panthers employ a tight T offense with the line sometimes split, the scouting report said, and they have a fine array of backs and a fast moving line to make their offense BO. Yesterday the Chicks spent a lengthy drill on blocking, tackling and other fundamentals before returning to a full time scrimmage session. They . also spent a considerable mmount of time on their punt and kickoff returns. About the only piece of good news the Tribal coaches received yesterday was the reporting of a new candidate. Harry Brown, a sizeable . lad who has been out for the B team, moved up to the Chicks yesterday but he will be of little Immediate help is he has no previous football experience. Brown U s junior and played gwtrd for the Bees. Rain Again Delays Action In SA Playoff MOBILE, Ala. (F) — Three days of rains and a soggy field at Hart- veil stadium have put a big crimp In Southern Association playoffs. « For the third day in a row ye&- terday the fourth" game of the semifinal Southern playoff between Atlanta and Mobile was rained out. Another attempt will be made tonight In Mobile to get the game going. Memphis must wait to see who Trlns the best of seven series which Mobile leads two victories to one. Memphis polished off Chattanooga with four straight victories. But even after Mobile and Atlanta, have settled their differences, and the winner of that series has played the championship series with Memphis, Southern Association baseball won't Ije complete. After the playoffs comes the Dixie series between the Southern and Texas playoff champions, a best of seven series. us Picks Jersey Joe To Keep Titl e Brooklyn New York St. Louis- Philadelphia Chicago Cincinnati Boston Pittsburgh IN THE MIDDLE — Back In the middle of the Chicks' offense this year are these two lettermen center Leon prlvett and quarterback Bob (Red) childress. Both boys are Juniors and saw regular duty as sophomores last year. They will see first line duty against Messick of Memphis Friday night. (Courier News rhoto) Sal Maglie and Giants Send Cards Reeling By The Associated Press The St. Louis Cardinals took a trimming from the New York Giants Monday, wfth Sal The Barber Maglie wielding the clippers. The Giants piled up nine runs in * -''^; • the sixth Inning and went on to a 12-1 triumph at the Polo Grounds while Maglie was holding the Redbirds to six hits. Three Cardinal pitchers, starter Al Brazle, Mike Clark and Willard. Schmidt, were, under the guns In the sixth Inning, the biggest single inning of the year for the Giants. Schmidt was knocked out In the seventh and Cliff Chambers finished up. The defeat left little hope that the Cardinals can finish better than third. They now trail the league- leading Brooklyn Dodgers by eight games and the Giants by five with the season Hearing its end. Thomason, Lockman Homer . The Giants assault was led by Bobby Thomson and Whiter Lockman, who each had a home run, and Alvin Dark, who had two doubles In the bis sixth. The lone Cardinal run came In the seventh when Enos Slaughter tripled and made it home on a long fly by Hal Rice. Stan Muslal kept his league-lending battering average at .336 with one double in three trips. That leaves Musial II points ahead of Franklc Baumholtz of Chicago, who is second. The Cardinals are scheduled for a t\vi-nit;ht doubleheader in Boston today, and the Browns are down CINCINNATI I/PI — Ex - heavy- wc-!:iit champion Joe Louis predicts J'TSC-V Jne Walcott. present hoavyv.'ehht ruler, v:ill knock out ch?.U?r-?:?r Rocky Marciano within fix r-'--n[ls when the two collide K-- -t. 23 Louis in Cincinnati Monday on a bi:.-inc:s trip, explained; "Walcott is *iuart and tricky and has a good left, hnnd with which Mi'.rciano can be hit." Louis foucht br>t)i men. He deci- sioned VWcolt in 1947 and won by a knnrkauL in 11 rour.fls in 194,1. Mf-.rciano belted out Louis in eight rounds Ins! October .md convinced Jce it was time to iiar.g up gloves. for a night pome against the Boston Red Sox at Sportsman's Park. The Browns were Idle Mondny. Ha! Newhouser Near 200 Mark TOTAL DETROIT t.Fi — Hal Newhouser the Timers' veteran lefthander, needs only one more victory to Join the exclusive 2CO-\vin club, Ncwhouser picked up his 109th triumph in a relict role yesterday as the Denials nipped Washington, liis i 5 " 4 - Bob Fcllcr °f Cleveland is the only active major league pitcher to j Common stock, have hit the double century mark. • Surplus Rivera Breaks No Error String CHICAGO W)—When Jim Hivcrn White Sox outfielder, committed an error In yesterday's game against Boston, it was his first since donning a Chicsgo uniform on July 29th. Rivera, who was acquired from the St. Louis nrowns on waivers, had played 43 games for the Chisox without a miscue. TUESDAY, SEPT. 18, 195J AMERICAN LEAGUE Mew York Cleveland Chicago Philadelphia Boston Washington St. Louis Detroit W 86 64 16 ...76 73 ....74 58 49 Pet. .601 .583 .528 .517 12 .510 13 .510 13 .«6 28 .343 37 NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet. OB .90 63 .629 ... .87 56 .608 .82 01 .78 65 .72 74 .64 80 .63 80 .40 107 3 .573 8 .545 12 .403 19'/ 2 .444 SOlfe .441 27 .272 52 YESTERDAY'S- RESULTS American League > Chicago 4 Boston 2 aetroit 5 Washington 4 (Only games scheduled) National League Brooklyn 11 Cincinnati 5 New York 12 St. Louis 1 (Only games scheduled). TODAY'S GAMES American League New York at Detroit Miller (3-5) vs Houtteman (8-18). Washington at Cleveland fnlghl) Porlcrfield (12 - 13) vs Garcia (20-10). Boston nt St. Louis (night) Mc- Dcrrnott (fl-0) vs Piletle (10-12). Philadelphia at Chicago (2. twilight) Byrd (14 - 13) and Hooper (8-15) or Frlcano 1-0) vs Pierce 114-11) and Dobson (12-10). National Learue Pittsburgh nt Brooklyn (night) Dickson (14-20) VS Loes (13-8). Chicago at New York Haacker (13-8) vs Harshman (0-0) or Hearn (13)6). C i n c'-l n n a 11 at Philadelphia (night) Raffensberger (15 - 13) vs Roberts' (24-7). St. Louis at, Boston (2; twi-night) Mizcll (10-7) and Brechecn (6-5) vs Spahn (14-^6) and Johnson (6-U. Welchs Win Decision in Wrestle Bout Red Roberts and Bill Canny should know by now that referees should be listened to. not attacked. But apparently trey don't for last night they were disqualified again in the tag.match feature of the American . Legion's wrestling bouts and the Welch brothers. Jack and Lester, were awarded the decision. Jack Moody, who officiated last night's matches, disqualified Roberts and Canny in the second fall of the bout because they played too rough. His action gave the Wclchs the decision as they had already won the first fall. Then Roberts took offense to Moorty's action and he attacked the big official. But Moody proved too much for him and the veteran Little Rock touphle had to be helped from the ring after the post-bout 'melee. The bout was a rough aff«!r from the beginning. The rough stuff started In the preliminary bouts and it spread to the 1 main event. But the Welchs proved they, too, could play rough and roughed their way to a decision in the first round In 10 minutes. In the two preliminary bouts. Jack Welch beat Roberts In eight minutes with a' double reverse lee lock and in the second. Canny beat Ixwter Welch In 11 minutes with Japanese leg lock. Charter No. 14380 Reserve District No. 8 Report of Cnnrllltnn of The First National Bank in Blytheville In the Stale of Arkansas, al the cliue'ot business on September 3 1952 J nbllshctl in response to call ma.lc by Comnlrollcr of the Currency, under Section a'Jll, U. S. Reviser! Statutes. ASSETS Cash, balances with other brinks. Including reserve balance and cash Items In process of collection 5128116410 Untied States Government obligations, direct and guaran- ' ' Obligations of Stales and polilicnl subdivisions ....'.... sir 58215 Corporate slocks'(Including $13.600.00 stock of Federal Reserve bank), 13 600 00 Loans and discounts (including S234.63 overdrafts) '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'." 265l'51336 Bank premises owned S60.125.50, furniture and fixtures TOTAL KAZORBACK LEADERS — Co-captains and double.duty halfbacks for the University of Arkansas football team this year are Dean Pryor (left) and Bubby Button. Both are seniors. Pryor, an all-around athlete who won the gruelling decathlon at the Kansas Relays last spring hails from Fredonla, Kan., stands five feet eleven inches and weighs 135 pounds. Button, the pride of Hope. Ark., is six feet one inch and the 105-pound power man In the Razorbacks split-T attack. They perform full time on defense. (AP Photo) All But Experts Favor Indians and Dodgers By. JOE RE1CHI.ER AP Sports Writer Can you figure this? The Yankees lead Cleveland by 2K games while Brooklyn leads the Giants by three. The Yankees must play eight of their remaining 11 games on the road while the Dodgers have eight of their 11 at home. Yet the experts-those who know baseball best-figure the Yankees n cinch to win the American League icnnant and 'declare the National League race a toss-up between the Brooks and Giants. Why? The Yankees have the confidence of champions," a. veteran Jnscball man said. "They win the >ig ones. They don't scare easily. They have (he solid men In Allle Reynolds, Vic Rascht, Ed Lopat, Yogi Berra and Phi! Rizzuto. "The Indians may be a better all-round club. But they lack the confidence of champions." And the Dodgers? "If it were. any team but the Dodgers." the learned baseball man replied, "I'd say I don't know- how they could lose with a three- game edge. "But the trouble with the dodgers is they cannot forget last Senators, year. Especially when this race is! following last year's script almost to tile letter. Every time the Giants win and they lose, the Dodgers are reminded of last year's debacle. They know it can happen because it already, has happened. Neither manager-Leo Durocher of the Giants nor Charlie Dressen of the Dodgers-Is doing any talking these days. Not even after Monday's victories that left them Etill three games apart with 11 to go. Brooklyn received another shoddy pitching nei'formance-this time from Carl Ersklne-but their big bets atoned for the pitcher's lapse. The Brooks pounded out an 11-5 triumph over the Cincinnati Reds. Jackie Robinson .and Duke Snider hammered two homers apiece. Sal Maglie looked like the Mag- lie of old as he pitched the Giants o a six-hit, 12-1 victory over the 3t. Louis Cardinals. A nine - run sixth inntng-the biggest single inning of the season for the Giants- made it easy for the 35-year-old righthander. The Indians and Yankees were idle. The renew warfare Tuesday with the world champions facing the Tigers In Detroit and the Indians taking on the Washington Senators in Cleveland. The Dodgers play host to Pittsburgh In a night game and the Giants take on the Chicago C in the Polo Grounds. In .Monday's remaining 'two games - both in the American League - the Chicago White So downed the Boston Red Sox, 4-2, and the Detroit Tigers scored a - 4 victory over the Washington inson First With 100 Runs NEW YORK (/Pj—Jackie Robinson Is the first major league player to score 100 runs this season. The Brooklyn second sacker tallied three Every mellow drop... TOP KENTUCKY BOURBON ASSETS $5.715,483^4 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and cortwra- lions „ e^ Q^A 417 Ri Time deposits of individuals. i>nrtiicrships. and corporations '64803492 Deposits ot United States Government (Including postal if. savings) 86.00515 tf 1 Deposits ot States and political subdivisions ' 42465508 f Deposits of banks 44W94 ' Other deposits (certified and cashier's checks etc) . 2316533 TOTAL DEPOSITS $5,160,781.63 Pharmacist Keeps Trying To Retire, But in Vain WAUKON. La. «v-John C. Opfer, a druggist for 52 years, has been trying to retire for eight years and hasn't been able to yet. Opfer. still active at 75, sold his business in 1944 to Francis Sullivan, who had been a clerk in Opfer's drug store for 22 years. But because of a shortage of pharmacists during the war, Opfer stayed on— as an employe of Sullivan. Now Suilivan has a graduate pharmacist working in the store. But state law requires that he spend a year's Internship under a registered pharmacist, so Opfer Is . stUl at work. LIABILITIES .................................. S5.160.791.63 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Capital Stock: total par .............................. 5 20000000 ............... ' He has 239. Communists Regiment Illness in Vienna VIENNA t>Pj— "My father suffered a sudden crisis in his kidney ailment. He needed urgent doctor's help." wrote a Solia worker in Communist controlled Bulgaria to the newspaper "Rabotnitschesko Delo." "I went to the 20th Poliklinlk. The doctor on night duty said lie could not come, because there \vas no ambulance. After 1 told him how urgent it was, he said it would do no good anyway, because he had no medical instruments. All the instruments were locked up at night." Undivided 102,19181 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 554,691.81 TOTAL LIABILITIES and CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $5,715,483.44 MEMORANDA Assets pledged or'assigned to secure liabilities and for other purposes s 420,000.00 Loans as shown above are after deduction of reserves of 3000000 State of Arkansas, County of Mississippi, ss: I, Jack C. Owen, cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. JACK C. pWBN, Cashier. Correct—Attest: Chester Caldwell Riley B. Jones A. B. Reese, Directors. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 12th day of September. 1952. 'Scat! Jesse Taylor, Notary Public. UNIIKO SlUttl! IDUIIOX WKIHEr. < Ti«i Oil i M HOW. 11[ SUM SWC Pilots Eye Squads As Opening Games Near By CLAYTON HICKERSON DALLAS (AP) — With five of the seven member* playing opening games this week end, Southwest Conference football coaches watched their squads with an eye to starting line-ups Tuesday. But If any of them, except Octree i aamcs scheduled tills week, took it Sauer of Baylor, were sure of their first-string picks, they were keeping mighty mum about It. There were indications that Coach Dutch Meyer's boys might not be ready for front-line opposition to early in the season. Some of them appeared fagged out and tired Monday after a heavy dose of running on kickoffs and punt returns. But TCU—on its last ""season's record only—will enter the Kansas game a slight favorite. Gil Barfosh, senior quarterback for the Progs, was still out of the heavy work as the week started and it remained doubtful that he would see much action against the Jay- hawks. The hol-and-cold Arkansas Razorbacks, propping for their Saturday night clash In Little Rock with the Oklahoma ARgies, went through brisk workouts at Fayetteville Monday, coach Otis Douglas paid particular attention to oasslng as his ouarters—Lamnr McHan. Bob st Pierre, and Ralph Troillet—pitched to ends and halfs. Douelas appeared satisfied with his defensive platoon. Bears Optimistic ,The optimistic Baylor Bears, meanwhile, reviewed offensive and defensive assignments a?ain Tuesday as Coach George Sauer polished his Bear crew on duties they face against Wake Forest in Waco Saturday. Sauer had some starters already picked. He slated Cotlon Davidson and Don Carpenter for starting halfs and named L. C. Dupre as a first line replacement, Baylor, as the week started, could be rated little better than an even chance against Wake Forest. T!ie challenging Texas (Longhorns, with six practice) sessions scheduled this week, were fast get- tins ready for their Invasion of Baton Rouje, La., to meet LSU. It was to be,the first night game- Saturday In IS years for the Longhorns and Coach Ed Price set night workouts for Wednesday and Thursday to accustom the team to-playing under the lights. Agyies Retuildinj Back Gib Dawson and Gilmer Spring remained on the bench with injuries and it was doubtful If they would see service against LSU's Tieers. The other conference team playing Saturday,'Texas A&M. planned no full scrimmage before its game Saturday in Houston with the University of Houston. The Aggies, rebuilding again, may have it hard against the Cougars Saturday. But they went about polishing snllt-T plays and spot scrimmage with the old cadet fire. - . Southern Methodist and Rice, two conference dark horses, with 10 times against, Cincinnati in yesterday's game, boosting his total runs scored to 101.. easy. The G*Is had an intra-squad game set for Thursday night, but the,Mustangs had nothing but two minor Injuries to report. ASC Gridders Break with AIC Prexy Soys School Has Not Paid Dues, May Quit Basketball JONESBORO IIP} — Dr. Carl Reng. president of Arkansas State College, says the school Is "not a member of the Arkansas Intercollegiate conference in football" and may not compete In the conference basketball race. A high conference official—who declined use of his name, said yesterday that the school had not paid its dues and was not complying with new conference regulations against subsidization of athletes. "We nre not members of the AIO in football." commented Reng. Asked if State would be a member in basketball, he replied: "We haven't decided definitely about that yet. but I think not. "If you can't compete for a championship, I can't see any point in belonging to a conference." The president added that "we ar» 'ooking forward to belonging to some conference" but at the present State will remain an independent. State has been a member of th» AIC since 1946 but has never scheduled the required number of conference football games to qualify for the title. Blytheville Wins Steele Tourney' STB ELK, Mo. _ Blytheville-s American United Life Insurance Company's softball team Is the new champion of ateele's invitational tournament. The Bljtheville team won the tournament title Friday -night by defeating Steele 6-5 in the finals. Billy Denlon hurled for the victors and Hoot Fairless for the losers. The all-tournament team "picked by the managers is: Catcher — Larry Reid, Steele- pitchers—Denton, Blytheville, Pair- less, Steele; first base — Homer Smith. Steele; .second base—Jimmy Killed. Blytheville; shortstop — A. P. James. Deering; third base—Pet* Burnham, Blytheville; and Don McLeod. Deering. p. L. BlackweD, Steele and Jimmy Lutes, .Blytheville, outfield. 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