The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 25, 1952 · Page 10
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PAGE TEN BLYTIIEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SEPT, 25, 1952 . Papooses to Play Marked Tree Juniors Here Tonight AMKniCAN l.KAGL'i: W L IVI.CB Now York 9^' S8 .613 Clovehuid 91 li> .535 2 Chicago Philarielpbia Washinyliju . Boston Si Louis ... Detroit 73 91 1(1 IS IU 15 7i> 75 tfi 87 !9 10a .511 H' 503 10' sou n Juniors Seek 9th Perfect Win; Bees' Game Cancelled RlyUieville's Papooses, undefeated, untied aiul unscor- od on in eight straight ganiON, will try to make it nine per- iVi'l Dailies in it row tonight when they lake on the Marked Tree .Junior Indians at Haley Field. The opening kickoff Ls scheduled fur H p.m. Tlu- Caps are the only Ulythtiville Hiuli School team lo see netLan thi^ week. The Chicks have an open diUe tills \veek and (he El team's Rarne will! O.sceoSa, which wns sch-cdulrd for tonight, lias been NATIONAL J-KAGin: W Brooklyn ... Kcu' York .. St. Louis Piiilack'IphiH Chic:iso Cincinnati -. Boston . ,. . Pitt-slj'.ngh .. T, 35 5ti &0 (JO BO fil 85 66 75 76 (17 83 63 81 41 110 ' called ofl. f Coaili Jimmy Fisher of the B 1YL (jfl] ( r:nn announced ye.sti'iday .G23 .GOO 4'. .57:1 8'. .530 iO .-tin '^0 .-iuo si 1 ; ,^i! 54 vr.STERDAY'S KESl/l.TS New York 3-S Boston 2-0 tflrJt game 10 innings) Cleveland fi Chicago 0 St. Louis 7 Detroit 4 (Only games scheduled) National League- New York 11-8 Boston 8-2 Philadelphia 0 Broohlun t Ccinnali 6 SI. Louis 1 might) tOnly games scheduled) TODAY'S GAMES American League New York at Boston Reynolds (1B-8) vs Hudson (10-12). St. J.ollis at Detroit Litllefield (16) vs Ncwhouser (8-9). tOnly games scheduled) National League Boston at New York Burriette (6 lit vs Hearn (14-7) or Corwin (01). Cincinnati at St. Louis Hiller (57) vs Weluneler (0-11) or Chambers (4-4). (Only gainer Kcheduled) thai Occola had called off llic game, because r>f its scheduled till with West Memphis tomorrow ni^ht, The Jiecf, were slated to uiopt the O'-c i?olii rf'srTves in Osrenla tonight. The Pups luiven'l la.stcri defeat sirnY- Nov. 9. I0. r >0. when Os< cola's junior .Seminole.s upset Uu-rn C-D. Since that time they hav<: rim up n strinR ol eipht straight .wins nnd at tlie siiine time have kept their t;o:il lint? uncrossed. The Paps appeared In high spirits for their .second miling of the sea'.on when they wound up pre-gamc practices with a light dress rehearsal last nltiht. With "Let's Make It Nine" a.s their wnr cry, they ran through their limbering up drills briskly nnd after an hour and n half of work, settled back to awnit Ihe opening whistle. I'Jrsl Tor Indians This will be the first game of the season (or the junior Indians and therefore very littte Is known about them. However, Pnp Coach Harold Stockton said Hint he .Jeamcil that the Indians wilt field a team mntle up mostly ol ninth Hinders which means Itmt they .should l>c experienced player?. Last year, the Paps run over the junior India its by a V-7-0 score nnd the Marked Tree juniors wilt be out to revenue this beating as well »s break the Paps' perfect game slrlny. Conch Stockton .said he plnnrml lo'go along with i!is same starting lineup he used against Kelser lasl week with Jimmy Uratcher anc Freddie Koumuvnli at ends. Gerajc Snyder and Freddie Vench ftt the la(:klcs, Jorile Hall and J. T. Turner at guards, Jon Handle at center Bobby Jones at quarterback, Charles Abbott and Freddie Akers at the hsiUs and either Eugene Stephens or Kenny Isaacs at fullback. Hogs' Offensive Lineup Ravamped for Houston FAYETTEVILLE <AP) — When the Arkansas Ra7x>rbacks meet (he University of Houston here Saturday, three new faces will be in the starting offensive lineup. Coach Otis Douglas, striving to Improve tha speed and blocking of his offensive line, yesterday moved Jim Roth, a Junior Equadman, nnd ff irates Shoot For Third Win Burdctte at Hughes Tomorrow Night BURDETTE — Coach Charley Eims" Burdctte Panthers, \vtth two straight victories under their I] el us, go to Hughes tomorrow night in search of their third win. The Pirates hold decisive wins over Marion nnri lilythevilie's B team already this season and n victory here should up their stocV: in District Three Class Ii race. But the Pirates nre expecting trouble nl IUislu\f.. Hughes is ptrennlal District 6H power nnd could offer a serious threat to Il deUe's victory string. Following the Himhe.s game, the Pirates will piny two straight tilts at, home meeting O,>ceola licre Oct 3 anct Corning here Out. 17. They have ?t« open d.Mt Oct. 10. t hr Sophomore Rurl Kcyser into .starting tackle slots. They replaced beefy veterans Tommy Oarllnpfon and tt n s t its on the defensive aggregation. Roth, who weighs 19:i. nnd Keyset at '215 brought the offensive line's weight average down to I9G — ligrft- est Arkansas line in /our years, Gar- Imglon weighs 2AO; Graves '.M5. The move also was an attempt by DOUR! as lo tighten his defense, which did not perform as expect it Oki: Shawnee Meets Marion Friday Indians Arc Seeking First Win; Defeated 28-6 in First Tilt JOINER —The Shawnec Hig! Scliool Incilans, beaten in their firs outing of the season, wilt fry ngaii tomorrow night to break into th win column. The Indian?, glided by a coach but with one of the smaller squads in their history, journey t Marion tomorrow night to do battle with Marion's Tartans. CJoach n. C. Trussell, who wa.s at Leptmto two years ago. is at the Indians' helm (lii.s year. He replaced W. C. Rook who guided Uie Indians th tough four .seasons. The Indians opened their season last week at West Memphis nnd came out on the short end of a 28-G score. Their squad numbers only 18 which is one of the smallest scimids ever fielded by n Shawnee team. And this squad Is made even wctik- by inexperience. Rut the Iiidiiiiis showed some promise in their opening game especially on defense. Their defensive line wa.s their strongest, point in the West Memphis gnmc. The Indians have 10 games remaining on their schedule. They are: Opponent Where Marion there Wilson (here Lii\ura here Clnwr'rrtsvillc here Tr tint a mi here Osceola there Karle here llarrisbiirg. r.rpnntn West Memphis Invades Osceola Tomorrow Night OSCEOLA — The Osceola High School Seminoles, slill seeking their first victory of the youthful 1952 football season, take on the West Memphis Blue Devils at Hale Field liere tomorrow night. * The opening klckoll is set lor 8 p.m. The Beminoles, who showed signs of Improvement In losing last week, have been drilling hard all week Retting ready for the Blue Devils' Invasion. And Coach Dukie Speck's aggregation for the lirst time this season, stands an even chance of getting Its first victory. The Scrninoles were underdogs in their first two outltngs with Class A teams Wynne and Parayould and this will be their first encounter with a team of the same classifica- Luxora to Open Home Schedufe tton. The Blue Devils will come to Osceola fresh from H 28-6 win over the Shftwnee Indians last week and will be out to make the Seminoles their second victim. Coach Speck Is expected to go alons with his regular starting lineup which is ends—Kenneth Cole and Russ Thompson, tackles — Ted Nunnley and Dowel! Harlan, guards —Buck Alexander and Billy Hill, center—Jimmy Little, quarterback— Bobby Slllwcll, halfbacks—Robert Rose and Billy Cantrell and full- back—Donnle Dunn. 'S' STARTERS — This Is the way.tho Papooses will lineup tonight when they seek to run their string of umJe/enleci, unticct a:id unscored on games to nine at the cxpeiise of Marked Tree's junior Indians. In the back row are (left to riglit) — end Jimmy Brnlcher, halfback Charles AbboU, fullback &i£er.* S:<rpher.5, Vislft-sck Fr and end Freed:.? RounsAvalJ, Sieved ro- Gerald Stiyder. jTU5.rd .), T. Turner, Rar.dle, guard Joc;e HsU ,\r:d tjsfkjf Pr-e- Calling '.he p?nys tx-.i^ be Bobby Jar.c? Yanks Virtually Close Door On Indians with Double Win Hy OKLO KOBKHTSON AP Sports Writer Wednesday, Sept. 24. will go into the books as the day the New York Yankee* snappt-d thrir Fnr.v&y Park doublcheacier jinx, the day 20-year-old Mickey Mantle battered the siivehes off the brili mid the day liie world champions virtually closed the books on the 1932 season. Date SciU. 28 Oct. Oct.' Oct. Oct. Ocl. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. U ftrV/. ST Xov. -ifi 'io n 'M ftere here Caruthersville Seeks 3rd Win in.il n til i nit i if i HJi 111 i(,i u.vjJi-^n:" i • tlie Ha?.O] - backs slendor win over A • iflnlionm A. A: M. last week. Alt Kttnn HcplacPs Troxcll Tn the bachfieUl, Senior Letter- ninn Murray Elton, a good pass receiver, took over I.cft Halfback Jack Troxell's .starting job. Elton, who Isn't as fast as Troxell, is a powerful and elusive runner, While Troxell is suffer ins from an injured thumb, be Ls expocled to see action when the Hogs meet Houston. All-Southwe.st- Conference Quar- j terback La wnr MaHan sat out the j practice session yestei'dny with n hore shoulder, but the junior whiz will be ready to play Haturday. Both the offensive nnd dMeiiMve tennis scrinmiaf.ed against H o u ,s- ton foniiatitnip ycsUTdav. CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo. — The Cnruthcrsvitle Tigera go after their second win of the season tomorrow nlRht but the prospects of them get- tine; it uren't too bright. The Tigers, with n l-i record In their first two games of the season. go to Sikeston tomorrow night to The pennant-winning day can't arrive until tomorrow in Philadelphia, at the earliest, but a triumph today would assure the champions of at least a tie, To all intents nnd purposes the Yanks won their fourth straight pennant yesterday when they whipped the Boston Red Sox. 3-2,* in 10 innings, and 8-G. Sure, the Cleveland Indians also won, whipping the Chicago White Sox, G-Q, behind the three-hit pitching of Bob Lemon. But it will take B real blow-tip by the champions to' move the litle to Cleveland on Sunday. line mtnnplis over .ffuscun— t'nc first Yankee sweep of a Fenway Park cloublcheadcr in five years— increased the New Yorkers' lead to two games. The Indians have only two games remaining, both "against the Tigers nt Detroit Saturday and Sunday. The Yankees have four to play, season's final against Boston today and then three with the tough Athletics at Philadelphia. The Tribe's chief hope lies in a Red Sox victory today and then at least two out of three wius by the A's— themselves battling for third place. Altte Reynolds, No. I Yankee pitcher with 19 victories and cit;ht defeats, is Manager Casey Stengel's nomination today. He'll be opposed by Sid Hudson, who has n showed he had five hits in nine ters cspiurea ihal many for ihe meet the always powerful Stkestou I0 unti 12 rccord team of Southeast Missouri's Bitj " c " ni lo Usp llcst " Eight Conference. "We've gotta use our best now,' The Tigers broke into the wiiJ sai(l slen B cl nflcr vcstcrdny's column for the first time last week ! swecp " " Those othcr fellas (Clove- hy v.-hipping Hayti 34-13 at Havti |l*"rt> nrc whinmR too. you know, They opened "the season \vi'th'«l Wc S° Uri take carK of ourselves. with aj Wc Chicks All Even with Mobile; Final Memphis Game Tonight 20-7 lo,<s to Port age ville, Nrxt vvrek, the Tigers, are scheduled to play Dexter at Caruthersville. Councilmen Go AWOL DU (i J', -- Mrinpbi- and L a 12-12 s» •kici wiUi :\ pr.ir of : tux'tcd IDT finals in ihu ' nil. iljuOi n Ihi; 1 !! 1 hi- Tin- ivin: rmird. ;il?o t-on- iitili- in Uic sixth, firivinir in t\\« Chitk mns. Mfmph:> w;i^ cixid fur nino hits ofl tlnrc H-.\TL- hurli'is - Mike T.cni- bh. Boh l.iKiv.-Ui: ;»ml Frrd wmrrs. Lopat (left hander Ed LopaL) wil! go i;i Philadelphia Friday and Iher we'll sec." Mantle, no longer trying lo fil Joe DiMaggio's shoes in centerficld but ploying his own stylr, had one of his best days of the year In lh< Yankees' I win-kill ing. He provided the payoff punch in the first overtime inning of the opener, powdering the ball for a triple attcr Irv off QUOIN. H! 'V, - The city ronncil mncie local history the other niphl by doiiiR nothing. Clerk .^nn Clark said for the first lime i Noren opened with a double in bis 3d years in oifire nnd per- j relief hurler Dizzy Trout. Imps for the first time in the city's j Then in the second game he M-ytMf history a cmmcil was unable j pitched in with another biy blow— ; to hold a r'';:ular meeting for a i a three-run homer in the fourth. J Im-k of -inorum. 1 At the end of the dny the books times nt bat and had driven in Reds in 1S39. six runs. Johnny Sain, who relieved starter Vic Raschi in the ninth, got credit for winning the first game—his 10th \ of the season. Sain also came back i in the ninth of the'nightcap, when j the Sox shoved across two runs, I to help Ray Scarborough over the ! rough spot. Tom Gormnn, the stari- er, got credit for the victory, hov.-- ever. The first game was played under protest of Boston Manager Lou Boudreau after the sixth. At the time the Yanks had only a 1-0 iCt. oil m ijffit/a B £fo OpeilCu <VHfi I single to short center. Mantle ielded the blooper and, when he aw that DiMaggio had over-run irst base, lie whipped a one-bounce hrow to Joe Collins and nailed .he Boston outfielder. The throw caught First Base Umpire Bill Grieve with his back .urncd to the play and Bourireau stormed from the dugout after Plate Umpire Lurry Napp called DiMaggio out. When his protests were ignored. Boudreau formally notified Napp of his protest. Koseii-Avila Homer Bob Avihi and Al Rosen backed up Lemon's shutout pitching with homers. In winning his 22nd game, Lernon allowed only one hit in the first seven innings—u double in the third by pitcher Lou Kretlow, The White Sox got two more in the eighth. The National League. Us pennant winner alreauy Decided in favor of Brooklyn, continued its battle for the othcr first division berths. The New York Giants assured themselves of no worse than a tic for second piace by battering the Boston Braves with a home-run bombardment, 11-8 and 8-2. The third-place St. Louis Cardinals, four games back of the Gianls : lost Harrisburg Is Next for Wilson High WILSON—Wilson High School's I Bulldogs, fresh from a heartening I victory over the strong Marked Tree • Indians Inst weeX, hit the road , again tomorrow. i The Bulldogs go to Harrisburg : tomorrow night lo try for their S second victory of the season. They have played three games so far In the first they were tied by Le: panto 6-G. | The Bulldogs, defending Class 3B 1 champions, are favored over Harj risburg by virtue of their 33-1 win over Marked Tree last week. Panthers Slated To Meet Lepanto Tomorrow Afternoon LUXORA—Luxora High's Panthers who opened their season with an impressive 33-7 win oVer Crawfordsville la.st week, open the home half of their 1952 slate against a strong Lepanto team Friday utter- noon. , Tlie game Is scheduled fpv 2 p.m. on Luxorn High School's athletic neld. The Panthers, boasting a new coach and a new system this year, showed good prospects In trouncing Crawfordsville. The Panthers this year operate from the T formation which was installed by Charles Johnson who iaas taken over as coach replacing Tye Adams who resigned last spring. But Luxora will get the real test i in their game with Lepanto. Lepanto again this year boasts a strong : team. It showed signs of this in \\jr-- i opening game by holding Wilson ti^i 1 , a G-6 deadlock. Riley Decisions Fabelo Chavez WASHINGTON (i"P) — Charley Riley of St. Louis woji a split ten- round decision over Pabela Chavez of Hollywood "Wednesday night in a nationally televised scrappy featherweight fight. Chavez fought most of the fight with one eye dripping blood, and despite his flickering jabs and an occasional flurry, was at Riley'3 mercy almost' throughout the fight. There were no knockdowns. The two judges scored it 95-93 for Riley, The referee counted it 91-91. Only 711 customers were present at the bout which was held at Uline arena. night game to the Cincinnati Reds, 6-1. The Philadelphia Phillies advanced wit Inn a game and hnlf of the Cards by walloping the Dodgers. 9-7. as Robin Roberts staggered to his 2"ith triumph. He became the first National Lrngu< pltcfcor to win '21 since Bucky Wai 'id. wort 1 rhe Mt-miOm circuit cloufeis. , Rov.r's i\\me with H m:»L on base. 1 Mobile's Mncir run en me in the Trie Chu-i-;;- tun th" < ii-;- \\uh M\th Hay D;ibc'k doubled, wrnt to 0-1 '. R: ; ,'JL\ -m LI [>'.\'.T of third third when pinchhiltev \V;\<lr ::n!L-.!; h-nnr n\:- t -. ;•!;<! .-;•< -;ir ivi'di- ; IlrowLiini: Iliiti tu criiJci 1 , ;inrl hus- n-^ by Tor. 1 nue HurcJ Irr^t ;;ic;it - thni IK.IUC 013 Furi'Cc-t Jacob's in- Tht li\\\f }i •.-.ir.iKii-.ck'i•, who had field <>ui. ^"^Visiting Around Arkansas EH.**.'*-! BY JOE MARSH Mansas' Fastest Growing Cas/i Crop Onl) n r.r 15 \rai.< m,\ In Muck riinn't amount l,i nun Ii in .\ikan-a!. Ittil ludny it's i-iinninu ui-ck and neck ^*'!< Kin? l othsii! Tii.1l anmii.i l.»c.|,,,k Slum lic-M iu I.ittto Hi,tk iu ihe lall h^ sure j-U.-licil up inlciol in Iivr--In<k fta- dirliun. It's hctu a uhnlc^mr iiiflu- cnct In (tenlc i\t*\ faun inospftil}'. And iiuMkiiK of uholoumr. thai reminils me h,>M much ill Iht folks It Aikansai «n)ov i l.mppiat, K |», s „( tiwr sold in wlutloiomt smrimnHinfi Thai's pielly im|i<irlAnl. |o.», when >mi stn|i In (\guie on thcslalc'i i'>ei- , L'v.'td ,S(o!c NOTICE Mr. Qncnlin Still, of Ihe Slill Gin Company, Stcele, Missouri, has lieen appointed as manager of Hie Miri-Sonlh Chemical Company Anhydrous Ammonia plant al Yarbro, Arkansas. This planl is located \' t mile west of Highway fil, one mile north of Yarliro, Arkansas. Mr. Still will he glad In supply the farms of (he lilylhcville, Yarliro. -Holland and Sled areas with their requirements for Anhydrous Ammonia Nitrogen. I'lease I'honc Mr. Still at Still Gin Company, Slcelc, Missouri — No. 153 or 10-F-! — for your Anhydrous Ammonia requirements. MID-SOUTH CHEMICAL CO, 1235 Riverside Drive Phone 35-1681 Memphis, Tenn. On Loans Lasf Year Our Members averaged more than $45 per bale on loan equities. If So—Use fhe Loan— Sell Later! Here's all you do: Bring Warehouse Receipt and Green Class Cards to me and I will make you a full. Government Cotton Loan wHhout trouble on your part. No waiiii»^*—No delay. Remember when you hav« your loan with Mid-South Cot- ion Growers Association your cotion is always in position to sell quickly on any market rises. Thousands upon thousands of farmers using Ihe Mid-Saufh plan Have made money every year. No membership fee—No annual due*. Let me explain how ihe Mid-South Loan Plan works. If WB do not trade, we will still be friends. Our Job Is To Serve You! 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