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SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, Boston Red Sox Move Up To Tighten American Race »)' KAU'H KOOKN Associated Press Sportn Writer Shades of 19-18 ami 1949— the Boston Red Sox are on the march. For the third time in as many seasons, the fence-busters from Femvav Park are mak- bnl(l ovoi'hircs to bike tlio American I.eiiRiie pennant after poor star-Is. The Sox ran BMTHKVTI.l.B (ARK.) COUTUER NKW!" H |fc . ov«7of pns il,o past two years but appear well supplied for their Idlest bid htfve '' O'Nelll's men threw thet- rarc into a four-team dog fight ast nisht as they turned back the league.leading Detroit Tigers, 6-2. 'or their nth straight victory. The triumph moved the Sox to within three ami a half Raines of Ihe Tieer.i and reduced Detroit's advantage over the runncrup New Vwk Yankees and the third place Cleveland Indians lo one and a half games. Six GURU* on I.nsl Side Tile Rod Sox. however, trail the Tisers by six ssn-.cs In the impnr-| lant lost column. They also play only 18 of their remaining 34 games at home, while Ihe Tigers play 23 of their 33 In Brlci-s stadium. A capacity crowd of 34,064 fans Allowed np al Boston's Fenway Park la.M niehl lo 'watch as lefty Mel Parnell defeated the Tigers on nine hits In outpilchlng veteran Dizzy Trout. Parnell and Trout were locked In » tight battle until the eighlh inn- lr>E. when Ihe Sox routed Trout »ith a three-run rally. A single and * U'alk etlded Trout's stay in favor of Hank Borowy. A fly out and bunt brought home the Ilrst run and Al X.arilla then capped the drive with « two-run triple. The loss ended Trout's seven-game winning sjreak. •itiing Cd Fo. roa 10-0, lour 'ord pitcher! New York r hit victory over the 61, Louis Browns In Yankee Stadium. He fanned seven in winning his fifth game without n lass. Cleveland whipped Philadelphia. «-S. behind the eight-hit pitching ol Mike Garcia. Chicago took a doubleheadei from Washington. 6-1 and lO^S, to extend the Senators losing streak to seven games. In th» National League, the Philadelphia whiz kids continued to roil along. The leagim-leaders downed the Pittsburgh Pirates, 9-7. in 15 Linings under the lights at Pills- burgh. C»rd« Win 7-1 A wild pitch by Cliff Chambers and a single by relief pitcher Jim Konstanty turned the tide. The Phils broke a 6-6 tie m the tenth on a homer by. Andy Seminiik but Ralph Kiner blasted his 33th homer in the last of the 10th to tie it up again. The victory was Konstanty's 11th. . .- ... . , Brooklyn's nmncriip Dodgers won their ninth straight in whipping tlAcincinnati Reds. 6-0. lo remain f.^^Bames back of the Phils. Don Newcombe blankdd the Reds on seven hits. ' The Chicago Cnbs edged the Boston Braves, 7-5. Hank Sauer smashed two home runs for the victors and doubled in the ninth to start a game-winning rally. "Roy Smallcy climaxed the ninth inning uprising with a bases-loaded single. Brilliant reilei pitching by Al Brazle fealured the St. Louis Cardinals' 7-4 victory over the New York GinnUs. Bray.le yielded only two hits in 5!i Innings to pick up his 10th .victory. 'ANPIMCS SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Atlanta , ., Birmingham Nashville . . Memphis . . New Orleans Mobile Chattanooga Little Hoclt . W . 83 . 18 78 . 11 . 65 . 58 . 51 . 44 Reserved, Box Seat Season Tickets for Chick Tilts on Sale C. G, Redman, president of Ihe Chickasaw Alhlctic Club said Ihis morning lhat orders for reserved and box seat season tickets to nil Bly- thcville home football games during the 1950 season are now being taken. + Mr. Redman stated that reserved seals for the season are to be handled as in past years except that the price ol reserved seat tickets ave $1 cheaper this year than isst. The price of reserved seat season tickets this year are >9. Uist year the tickets cost |io. , The same number of seals Ihst were available last year are available this year, Mr. Rerimn said. A total ol 284 stadium sets, all of Section C and,a part of Section B. have been reserved. There will also be the same number of box scats available this year as Ihere was last year, 238, Mr. Redman said. Reserved and box seat tickets will be honored at all currently scheduled home games of both the Pr.ps and the Chicks. In the event other home games nre scheduled or a playo/f game is awarded Blythe- vllle, holders of box and reserved seat tickets .will be entitled to thtir seats but they must pay the general admission price to these games, he said. The Paps and Chicks currently have four home games each scheduled. The Chicks play Bartlett, Tenn., here on Sept. 8; Jackson, Tenn., Oct. 6; Jonesboro Oct. 13; and Christian Brothers College High School ol Memphis Ocl. 27. The Paps play Marked Tree here Sept. H; Conway Sept. 22: Dyess Ocl. 5; and Jonesboro Nov. 2. The Chicks currently have three open dates, all in November and the Paps have none. However, the Pajw are slated to end their .season Nov. 2 and there is a possibility that Coach Earl Stabler will book additional games In November. Persons desiring to purchase reserved ' or box seat tickeU should contacl Mr. Redman, NATIONAL Philadelphia . ... Brooklyn Bosloii St. Louis New York Chicago Cincinnati Pittsburgh I.KAf. UE W I. ....14 45 ... . M 41 63 63 .... 60 5S 54 55 52 47 41 AMERICAN I.EACJUE ' W I, Detroit 14 42 New York 1-1 Cleveland 15 Boslon 73 Washington 50 Chicago 4B Philadelphia 41 St. Louts Sfl Pet. .624 .518 .567 .530 .489 .443 '.425 .338 Pet. .622 .584 .543 .538 .522 .441 .405 .347 Pel. .638 .622 .620 -.603 .431 .405 .342 .336 Yesterday's Results SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Birmingham 5, Mobile 1 Chattanooga 3, Jifemphis 0 Other games rained out. NATIONAL l.KAGUK Chicago 7. Boston 6 Philadelphia 9. Pittsburgh 7 innings) Brooklyn S^cincmnatY 1 ^ St. Louis 1, New York ^4 (15 AMERICAN LEAGUE Boston 6. Detroit 2 New York 10, St. Louis 0 Chicago 6-10, Washington 1-3. Cleveland 6. Ph'.tudeSpliLa ?, Today's Garner SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Chattanooga at Birmingham night Memphis at Mobile, night New Orleans nl Atlanta, night Only games scheduled NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn at Cincinnati New York nt St. Louis Philadelphia at Pittsburgh Boston at Chicago Motormen Cop Make~Up Tilt With Brokers Blytheville Motor Company's Motormen moved Into a lourtti- ATHLETIC BOARD-ThU I. the new Execiitlv. Committee of the Arknnj«u Athletic association which l.r.cL.1 he state's high schooi sporU program: Seated, left to right: n. H. (Bob) Cole, .MaZ a flr.vk« ~nt: O. A. Stubhlefield, Et Dorado, president; Hays Glb.son, Conway, second vie p E5 nt SUnd 1« left to right: w. W. Baker, Newwrl. treasurer-. W. B. Nicholson, Blythevile; M, It. nLn Uk e vC« secretary; Sidney Ruby, Atkins; James D. Perry. Holly Grove and Executive Secretary j M J 0 hnW Burnett, LitU. Rock. On, committee member was absent when photo was t^cn. He , Virg i Browns Trounce Detroit Lions 35-14 AKRON, O.. Aug. 26. (/Tj — The Cleveland Browns, who nominated the defunct All-America pro conference for four years, are indicating they will be jiisl «s hard lo handle In the National Football League. The Browns whipped the Detroit Lions, 35-14, here last nighi lor their third exhibition victory. Philadelphia, which will open defense of Us NFL title against Cleveland, will meet Detroit in an exhibition at Little Rock next Saturday nighl, offering some basis for comparison of the Eagles and the Browns. AMERICAN LEAGUK St. Louis at New York Detroit at Boston Cleveland at Philadelphia Chicago at Washington Hollywood Continued from Page 4 and Dick Korcl, and she says: "I don't -like lo talk about my romantic life. 11 might get me Into trouble." It "ill come as a shock In (hose who have followed Errnl Flynn's r:\recr (how can you avoid it?) In discover he has assifincd himself the secondary role in his first independent production, "The Bar-' Jain." The lem lead, sel for iMirhcIinc rrclle, is hy rar the largest. . . . Danny Thomas, Ihe cnmir, can have Ihe lead in Ill's "Up Front With Slaulrtin" if he'll sign a lons-lcrm contract.' • « • Quick description of Belly Hullon: Star of stage and scream. The Rome backgrounds for "Quo Vadis" may be legit, but the hair tyles won't be. Sidney Guilaroft was summoned to Italy lo create new Roman hair styles for Debor- rnh Kerr. . . For heaven's sake: Robert Maxwell Is Betting 4100 an hour leaching Clifton Webb how :o play n harp for his angel role ,n "For Heaven's Sake." . . . It's ferry Moore as the feminine star of Columbia's "The Barefoot Mail" Inflation note: Mayne Meadows ind Clinton Sundberg appeared in the lasl Thin Man pictmc made by William Powell and Myrna Loy. Now they're In "The Tat Man" HOW'S YOUR SPEEDOMETER? To be sure It's working right, drive In lo o.u M.OP am! we'll check II over. Kvpcrl repairs nn HI makes and models, ears and Irucks One lay service. T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. East Main Pnone 2122 it UT. STAR rurit.s Red haired. 22-year-olrt Beverly Tyler, who will give Broadway a treat Ihis wlnler if she lands a starring role in Cole Porter's "Out of This World"—the conlract Is In the negotiation stage—lias school memories lhat would make any bobby-soxer swoon. She was signed at MOM at H and went to school in the same studio classroom with Liz Taylor, lane Powell. Margaret O'Brien, Virginia Weidlei and Vickl Lnlne. Vickl picked her up every morning in a bright green Cadillac. Liz Taylor, Beverly remembers, was dashing around in pigtails with a pet chipmunk on her arm and Virginia Wcldler was torcvcr the telephone—"if you wear .h heels st school today I will loo." One day Louis B. Mayer visilcd Ihe scboolhousc. "He stood by the naff pole," Beverly recalled, "and ill the kids lined np and saluted." 'Saluted Mr, iWa.ver?" 1 »on- dcrert. 'Saluted grinned. Anyway, ucvcrly grew up. was Marred in "The Green Years," and low plays such diversified roles as Mickey Rooney's rollcr-skaifng pal n The Fireball." the singing lead n a west coast stage version of ug Berlin's "Miss Liberty" and low. maybe, a Cole Porter musl- :ai on Broadway. Beverly has been labeled a "young Ethel Merman." luch' 1 rcally '" she tol<i me. "I'm Burdette Has Eleven-Game Grid Schedule Coach Charles Sims of Burdetle High School yesterday announced at] eight-game schedule for his Burdette footbsll team' for the 1050 season. Burdette Is sponsoring football this year lor the first time In Ihe history of the school. In previous years the school has fielded only baskelball learns. The Burdelle eleven will open its 1950 siale Sepl. 15 against the Shawnee Indians at Joiner and will close it Nov. 17 with the Wilson Bulldogs at Wilson. The schedule includes games with two olher Class B learns of Mississippi County, Reiser and Luxora, Tiie schedule: n >'« Team . Sept. IS Shawne* Marion Stale High J'boro Luxora Kel.se r Tyronza Open l^panlo Burdelle Open Wilson Wilson S«pt. 22 Sept. 25 Oct. I! Oct. 13 Oct. 20 pet. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17 Where Joiner Burdetle Burdette Burdette Reiser Tyron?.a the fl»s," Beverly Beverly grew up. Dyess Eagles To Begin Grid Drills Monday DYESS. Aug. 26. — The Dyess Eagles will play i 10-game football schedule ' during the 1950 season Coach Tom Parks of Dyess High School said yesterday. The Eagles begin practicing for tneir Sept. 8 opener Monday wilh 2< candidates reporting for first day drills. Included In this number are nine lettermen from last year's squad. Dyess will open Its schedule al home against Reiser. The closing game will be played at Lcpanto Nov. 30. The schedule includes games with three other Mississippi County B teams. Osceola and Wilson. The schedule: Team Kelser Osceola Trumann West Memphis Tyronza Luxora Imbodcn Open Harrisburg Open Open Lepanto Sept. 8 Sept. IS Sept. 22 Oct. fi Oct. 13 Ocl. 20 Ocl. 21 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. n Nov. 24 Nov. 30 Where . here here here here (here there here here th cre Marriage Licenses The following couples obtained marriage licenses yesterday at the offices of Miss Elizabeth Bly'.hc county clerk: Thomas Wesley Gltchell and Miss vllle ty Jt " 1C NCC ' y ' bCUl ° f Blythc - H.irold Ward and Miss Margery Claire Cagle. both of Blythevillc. UP A, n Q i T—*j Q i7i c on Atlanta Crackers By Th« AVKHlalrd Press With attendance going sour and their manager sick, ihe Birmingham Barons managed lasl night to pick uu a .little headway In the race to rpacli the top of the Southern Association before the season ends. Birmingham defeated Mobile. 5-1. and cut the distance by a half Rume toward first. Manager Mike Higgins was home with a recurrence of nose bleeding The .Barons I rail Atlanla by six games with 16 days to BO. The smallest crowd of the season —2.113—watched Ihe game In Birmingham. Thursday night 2.701 turned nut, previously Ihe smallest ciowd of Ihe season. Coach Tom Carey ran the Barons and pitcher Leo Kicly ran off the Mobile Bears. Kiely gave the Bears only four hits. Birmingham scored lour times in the tlrsl inning and Lou Dumman hit his lOlh homer.^ Kicly snapped Bear \Valt Mor- yn's home run streak. Moryn got a double after hitting a homer in each of the three previous Bear- Baron games. In the only other southern eamc. Chattanooga defeated Memphis. 30. on Bob Ross' five hitter. Bonus Boy Gus Kerlazakos was inc. loser. The -, Atlanta-New'- Orleans and Nashville-Little Rock ; games were rained out. Caruthersville Coach k Called For Physical It looks like Wilbur E. Volz Caruthersville High School's new toot- ball coach, won't get to fulfill his first year contract with Ihe Tigers. Instead, he may be soldiering for Uncle Sam Coach Volz, an Air Force reservist,' has been ordered to report to Chanute Held, H.I., Monday for a physical examination prior to being recalled to active duty. Coach Va\r. served as an aerial gunner in the European Theatre of Operation during World War II and his plane was shot down over Prance during a homijing run. During Coach Volz' absence the Tigers will continue football drills under Assistant Coach Harry Dnrr. Muscles Expected To Sfort for Colts BALTIMORE. Md., Aug. 26—Wi— Leon (Muscles! Campbell, rookie fullback from the University of Arkansas. Is expected in be in the Baltimore Colts' lineup when Ihcy open the National Football League season against Washington Sept. 17. If not back in physical condition then, he should be able to go against Cleveland the loriowlng week. ' Campbell has been out of uniform since suffering a shoulder separation In the Colls-Pitlsburgh e\hi- bllion Aug. 13. 'Humphrey' To Return To Mat Show The Great Humphrey, 300 pound wrestler who made his Initial ap- uearnnce before a lilyihevllle crowd last week, returns to the American Legion card Monday night, Humphrey will bring along Ralph Garabaldi, his Ing malch partner of Inst week, to (cam against Bll Canny and Swede Nelson In the tag malch feature bout of Monday n.ght's card at Memorial Audllor- ium. Humphrey chosr, this name lo wrcslle under because of his anm- IIIK similarity to Humphrey Pennyworth of Ham Fisher's Joe Palooka comic strip lame. He Is a .striking resemblance ol the comic character and eVen riles around on a three- wheeled bicycle with a small house alllxcd. And he can wrestle loo. His performance against Finis Hall and Jack Moody lasl week Immediately established him as a favorite wilh the fans. He and Garabaldi won last .week's match by taking the final two falls. Two oncrfall preliminary • bouts nre also on Ihe card. In the first Nelson will meet Garabaldi and In Uic second Humphrey will m«ei Canny. Leonard Leads Canadian Open MONTREAL. Alli>. 26. r/Pp — Big Jim Ferrler, Ihe determined San Francisco swinger, was in the best position today to overtake Vancouver's S'.an Leonard, midwas leader in the Canadian Open lolf lourm.mcnt. Ferrler, who missed the title last year, finishing second behind Dutch Harrison, carded a brilllanl G7 yesterday. II bronchi his two. day, 36-hole lolal lo 135. But it wasn't quite good enough Leonard shot n record-breaking six- under-,-,ar fie to hold a one-stroke edge on Ferrler. Leonard's sizzlln 34-32 gave him'an Imposing 10-nn dcr par score of 135 for 38 holes four strokes oir Leonard's pace were Lcn Harman of Knowlton Que.; Kd Forgul. ol Royal Oak Mich.; and Doug Ford of Brlnrctlfl Napoleon celebrated with fireworks. victorits The early Phoenicians arc crcd- ilcrj with being the flrsl to use soap, which was In the form ol' melted fat blended with ashes. DIAL3391 TEXACO HEATING FUELS _ R - M. LOGAN'. Consignee ian* Truck Salesmen: Henry Thompson, C. K. Parrlsh, Harrey Dorrls ~ BLYTHEVILU LEGION ARENA WRESTLING Monday, Aug. 28 8:15 p.m TAG MATCH Adults 50c —Children 15c The Great Humphrey & Ralph Garabaldi vs. Bill Canny & Swede Nelson For Reserved Scats, Call 33S9 Also 2 1-Fall 30 Minute Matches Humphrey vs. Canny Garabaldi vs. Nelson 1 can save you money on your tires Don't Throw Away Slick Tires A good qiwliiy recap will ndrl thousands O f niiks ol service to your slick (ires Drive in and ask Hie men who know how 'All work un- condilionally guaranteed. Auto, Truck & Tractor Tirei BLYTHEVILLE Used Parts Co. Owned * Oppriurd n? lllyl.tievl|t« Mouir Cn 3H N f n. Broadway pf,. 2,140 Robinson Scores Quick Kayo Over Jose Basora SCRANTON, Pa., Aug. 26. (AP)_They jeered Sugar Kay Robinson his last time out, bill there was nothing but chciers for the Harlem dandy today. + Robinson proved for all time list nlsht that he ranks with the ring's great boxers as he ripped ind slashed Jose Basor» with i ferocious assault that earned the- 5u?ar a 52-sccond knockout In the first round of a scheduled 15-round championship bout. llasora was seeking Robinson'! middleweight litle, Pennsylvania version. Two weeks ago, at New York, Robinson looked jmlnjprc.ssiv< in id decision over a successful de- ronse ol his world welterweight citlc. Dasora was badly hurt by lh« Cotton «.m uie ivfJCie I-iCC C.GUOX1 — *ui"\cu _i In the Clly Softball Lea- winning a 15-roun night by lakiiiB a |.;i Charley Ktt,arl In from the Brokers In a tcme ol his wor place lie will) the Brokers i gue last, decision from the" Brokers In make-up game. Now Hie two learns will have to meet again to determine which team Is to represent fourth place In the championship playoff next week. They are scheduled to play Tuesday night »t Walker Park The Brokers scored llirce runs in Ihe very first Inning bill Charles Cook, Motormen liurler. shut Dip door alter that. The Broker.? uot only one hit in the remalnl.iy six Innings. I.-. W. Filzhugh went the ••cute i';.- the Brokers and yielded seven nils. Cook allowed but four. "ne league standings at uresu'it have Burnett's Pacemakers and Sul- livsn-Nelson lied for first place Ark-Mo Power in third place and Wade Ue and BlythevUle Motor lied for fourth place. D i J ;, '''.., Gairt ". director ol the Blythevllle Y, sponsors of the league, said this morning thai Hie championship playolf would begin Wednesday nighl. 20 Griddprs Expected for Keiser's Drills KEISER, Aug. 26. —The Kclscr High School Yellow jackets arc scheduled to begin drills for the 1350 football season Monday. A squad of approximately 20 candidates are expected to answer Coach Bill Bell's first call for talent. Only three leltermeh from last year's squad ire expected back The Yellow Jackets this year face > lough 11-game schedule which will Include games with some of the top Ulass B teams ol District Three. Kelscr .will open Its schedule Sept. B at Dyess and will close Nov. 24 at home against Wilson. The schedule: Date Sept. ft . Sept. u Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. S . Ocl. 13 , Oct. 20 . Oct. 27 . NOV. 3 .. Nov. 10 . Nov. 17 . Nov. 2< . Team ... Dyes* ...Lepanto ...Osceola .. .Shawnee ...Burdette ,., Onen :. .Harrlsburgh .. .Tyronza .. .Marlon .. .Trumann .. .Cornlnj ...Wilson 'Where there there here here here . there here here here there here Chilean Reds Stone American Embassy SANTIAGO. Chile, Aug. M. (,T) Police searched Santiago today Jor a. mob of 30 or 40 persons who stoned the American embassy last night nnd smashed three windows. Ambassador Claude G. Bowers Robinson onslaught and hb handlers 'were dumbfounded. Sugar Outweighed On the other hand, Robinson hardly worked up a sweat and grinned broadly as he told newsmen he had fought "a carefully planned campaign" based on B a son's weight. Basora entered the ring at 1J5X to Robinson's 154-li, but the Sugar said he bad learned Basora welgn- cd 168 earlier In Ihe week. "1 knew he couldn't take off that, much weight without It hurting him," liobinson said. "I figured I'd give him everything I had early and if I didn't knock htm out In three rounds he'd be so weak hs'd collapse. And Robinson dropped a belated hint to Pusarl, saying that It had hurt his power when he took off weight sharply for the New York bout. He hinted that If Fusari hart adopted a similar "campaign" Charley might now be the world welter king. Suffers Ear Injury Robinson really poured it *>n Ba.sora. The seconds hadn't gotten down the steps when Basora wa.i on the floor, rolling with a whistling lelt hook to the right ear. Ills ear was cut so badly it wa* still bleeding when Uie tight was over. Dr. Leonard Freda of th» State Athletic Commission, who refused lo permit Basora to get up for six or seven minutes, said later he may have suffered an ear puncture. A crowd of 4,145. well under «- pectatloa'i, paid $15,155 of which $12,435 was net. Since Robinson owes some 15,500 for running -out on a previous light with Basora, hi* take home pay amounts to About *2,000 on a $7,500 guarantee. Basora .who earned 25 per cent of Ihe gate, also will receive about $2,000. " ' • . - said he thought the demonstrator* Communist-controlled wing ot the Labor Confederation 1 , recently sent him a letter demanding withdrawal of American forces from Korea. More Bargains al Goodrich! Several us*d Refrigerator* and Ranges In excellent condition, priced from S35. See the*« at The B. F. 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