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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1950 BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE Yanks Widen Lead Behind AAize's Bat BT RALPH KOHEN Anocl»t«l Pres* Sports Writer Johnny Mize is 37 and in the twilight of a brilliant career but he's shining like a brilliant star for the New York Yankees. : T iBlslow-moving first baseman* n»s *«n swinging one ot the most' murderous bats in the American League since his return to the Yanks In the middle of June. Mize, who hit more than 300 home runs during his National Lea- tue career, his belted 17 for the Yanks since his recall from Kansas City. The moon-faced slugger from Georgia currently is belting away •t a furious clip as the yanks leek to widen their American Lea- tut lead. . Bang* 3-Run Homer The big cat pulled New York farmer Jones o Return for Mot Bout Here out of a hole last night by crack- Ing a three-run homer in the eighth Inning. That started a five- run rally which gave the Yanks a 8-2 victory over the Washington Senators. The triumph Increased their lead to two and one-half lames over the Idle Detroit Tigers. Until the silent Georgian unloaded. Lefty Al Slma, Senator rookie, held a 2-1 edge over Allle Reynolds. A single and walk preceded Mizt's blast Into t h e rightfield •tand«. The -Yanks promtply added two insurance markers, the firsl on Billy Johnson's second home fun at the night. Reynolds, who allowed only four hits and fanned seven, picked up his 13th victory. The Yanks also stretched their lead^>ver the third-place Bostoi ReoMfeox to 3',<! games. The Sox dropped a 4-2 decision to the lowl> Philadelphia Athletics. Little Bobby Shantz tamed the Bostonlans on six hits, including Walt Dropo'i 30th homer. The A's erased a 2-1 deficit with a two-rui rally in the sixth and remained in command the rest of the way The victory ended In a streak o 12 straight Red Sox victories ove the A's. , Meanwhile, Philadelphia continu *d ilong Its lonely way in the Na tional League pennant dash. The Phils knocked off the Bostoi Braves, .7-3, to pull' seven game •head of the runner-up Brooklyn Dodgers, who were ambushed b' the New York-Giants, 4-1. Phils Keep Winning Rookie Bubba Ohurch, In fron •11 the way, scattered eight Boston hits to gain his eighth victory gainst two losses. • Sheldon'(Little Bobo) Jones scat tered nine Dodger hits In out pitching Preacher Roe. Monte Irvi drove in the- first three Giant run on a fly bull «jid home run. Th homer was the 29th--ylelded>by Ro ' victory-moved the Giants In to fourth place over the saggin Bt. Louis Ordinals. The Missou • us tumbled to fifth by losing the pirates. In Pittsburgh, 10-4. Pittsburgh's tall-enders broke •coreless tie -with a five-run bar rage against Cloyd Boyer In th third inning. Besides Detroit, Cleveland, th 61. Ijoulj Browns and the Chicag Whit* Sox in the American Leagu »n Cincinnati mnd Chicago In th National, were not scheduled. Hollywood Continued from Page 4 mUrr Rita, Jean, Jimmy «nd Glen sire ancviton themselves. An exterior London street for Royal Wedding" >s the attraction MOM. The script calls for Fre Astalre, as an American dancer, eitijfte from a pub with Albe ShaTpe, who's playing Sara Church Ill's father. Sharpe, I decide. Is good choice for the role. He loo! like W. Churchill. There's a book store on the stree Extras reach Into the windows nn help themselves to rare volume O:Hy In Hollywood can you stop a book store window without pla glass windows, thrust a hand ii xide and walk away with a copy Kathleen Winsor's latest siizler. Smart »s a Detective J. Scott Smart, a roly-poly fro radio, Is the star on the set of "T Fat Man" »l Ul. It's not Smart's girth that attracts studio workers wlf'i a few minutes to kill, but his voice, "A male Mae West," comments one of the visitors. A .small sign on the camera manned by Irving Glassbcrg attracts my attention and after Director William Castle has wrapped up a whodunit scene involving Smart and John Russell, I stroll over to look at It. U'i a bit of movietown pbilos- »phT that's a variation on "loo many cooks six.ll the broth." ^li be>ng the home of a legion oWwestern epics. Glassbcrg has carefully lettered this legend: "To» Many Chiefs and Not Sports Roundup •r BlIOH imiXRTON IM. Farmer Jor.es. one of the nation's .ost popular wrestlers, returns to lythevllle Monday nltrht to appea n the American Legion's wrest \\S program at the American Le ion Arena. Tht ex-farmer from Ml. Ida, Ark 111 team with Eddie Oossell •unst Bill Canny and Red Robert i 'he tag match main event of the egion's bouts. This will be the third appearance ?re for Jones and the first since e WHS suspended for a short time i Arknnsas for not fulfilling a woking here He was forced to put p a $250 appearance bond before n was booked for the Blythcville ing. Jones established himself as n box nice draw several years ago when IB started touring tho country as hill-billy farmer. He wears only bbreviated blue Jeans when lie •resiles. Monday night's bout also will lark the reunion of Canny and Roberts as a wrestling team. At one ime one of Promoter Mike Mersey's best diawing cards. Canny nd Roberts separated several years .go and have not wrestled here as . team since. Two one-fall preliminary bouts re ilso on the card. In the.first, Gnsselt will meet Roberts and In he second, Jones will wrestle Van's Repel Aussies in U.S. Tournament POHEST HILLS. N. t., Sept. 2. /P'l —The Australians took the Davis : up down under, but they're going lome without the United States ennls championship, another plum :hey had hoped to pick up in their .ravels. Prank Sedgman, Aussie champion ind top-seeded foreign entry, was the big threat, alp.ng with countryman Ken McGregor and Jaroslav Drobny of Egypt. The latter two were hustled out without ceremony in earlier rounds.' Sedgman. who by his own admission suffered a mental letdown after taking two singles in the cup matches, fell yesterday before the inspired stroking of Earl Cocheil of San Francisco, a young man who is inclined on occasions to talk a better game than he plays. That's why he was left off the Davis Cup team. But he atoned, at least In part, by ushering Sedg- raan to the exit, 7-5, 5-7. 1-6, 6-2. 6-2. In a third-round match yesterday. ( Today Cocheil " faced Gardnar Mulloy, the Miami veteran, who has been playing fine tennis—he has yet to lose a set—while top-seeded Herbie plain of Beverly Hills. Calif., and oia-timer Bill Talbert of New York squared off in another quarterfinal. Fliim has not been at his best and Talbert has been playing very well. NEW YORK, Sept. 2 <Jf)— With he furore about non-compliance with the sanity code coming up again at the start of the football seaion. it looks as If the "purity" bloc in the NCAA had changed Ihe wording of an old saying to: "If yiu can't beat 'em, en-jots 'em.' From tins neutral observation post, we don't see how they're going to make any code work until all hands agree on what's right and what's wrong... A majority vote hasn't meant agreement so far. Featherweight Champion Willle Pep once worked tor a wallpaper company. Thai may explain his aversion to being plastered... Frank Strannhnn's sparkplug company has selected Sammy Urzetla as "chamjir Ion sportsman of (he month" (or his victory In the amnteur golf championship... Lisle Blackbourn Mnrquctte's new football coach showed his courage when he accepted the job as umpire for the ball giunc between Milwaukee and Chicago aldermen next Prldn night...That may turn out to be a night-mayor. Quick Mruslioff Oscur Buclicnhorst, athletic quipment manager at Penn state College, Is an obliging sort of a I guy who for years has gone out of I his way to help coaches...Recently I he purchased a farm just out of: jwn ind planned to spend the summer pnmting the farmhouse.,. But last spring Buchenhorst was taken sick and he still Isn't able to climb ladders and wiclrt a paint brush... So. Unbeknownst to Oscar, the entire Penn State coaching staff is going out lo the'term tomorrow to do the painting for him. Simrls R^fore Your Eyet Steve Owe:i Is moaning because he hired a we.«t- const man to scout the Rams vs rtedskins In preparation foe next week's fresh air fund game here.. The scout sent in a complete and enthusiastic report on the Redskins and nothing about Los Angeles...Best-named football lineman we've come across this .season is Southern Cal's Elmer Willhoite. He should team up \vlth Mac Speedie... Syracuse U. still is wondering who athletic director Lew Andreas will hire to succeed b.skeilial! Coach 1 Lew Andreas... Looks like confusion will reign in the Aniiiieur Softball Asoclsation's championship tournaments. 'Hie rugged-sounding ' Peoria "Diesel- cites" is a gal's team while "Briggs Beautywear" of Detroit is a male squad. FIRST or FOUR—Oil Hodges, Brooklyn Dcdgcrs first baseman crosses home plate on first of four honu runs he belted agnlnst the. Boston Braves at New York In a night game Thursday. The Dodgers won 19 to 3. Brooklyn bat boy shakes hands with Hodges and wnlllng to greet him and Carl Purillo (6) and Roy Campanella. Umpire Jocko Conlan. (AP Wire-photo). Eagles Favored Over Lions In Little Rock Game Tonight By CAIir, BEU, LITTLE ROCK, Sept. 2. (/Pj—Arkansas' 1550 football season gets off to an early start tonight when the Philadelphia Eagles »nd th Detroit Lions meet in a pro exhibition at War Memorial Stadium. Weak End Notes They'll have to play soph music at A izona football games this fall, v/hat with 34 sophomores on the 50-man varsity squad. As freshmen last "year, these kids averaged 64.8 points to 3.8 for the opposition... Ditto at Boston College, where only four lettermen are reasonably sure of their jobs because of a strong soph influx. ..Jack Walters. Bucky's k;d Brother, and Gone Hatton, cousin of Grady, both are Cincinnati farmhands... And Michigan Stele's freshman class will Include Jere McMillln, son of Bo, and John Bachman, whose dad, Charley, formerly coached the Spartnns, We'd say all these lads will have a relatively hard time making good. Knouph fndlans. 1 * • * • It's Bob Hope In a Charley's Aunt get-up, trying to elude a mob of gangsters, for "The Lemon Drop Kid.' It's a perfect prelude to an old-fashioned movie chnse until Bob decides that even Whistler's mother would pull up her skirts in a game of tag with a gang of hoods from the Screen Actors Guild. But the sight of Bob's brown p.-.nts under the skirt brings a shriek from script girl Claire Behnke, who reminds him that he's playing a film character with every s'lit but a blue one in the hockshop. It't less dangerous for Lana Turner to nolst her petticoats in the movies than Bob Hope. He rushes to his dressing room, to change p.-.iits while the company] know takes time out. \ ous. With some of the gsme's greatest* performers providing the entertainment and fair weather forecast, some 30,000 fans are expected to be on hand to sec the Eagles, National League champions for two seasons running, can mark up their third stratight pre-season victory. The Eagles are the favorites, hav- ng rolled over the San Francisco 49eOrs and the Los Angeles Rams since losing to the College All-Stars. But the champs haven't forgotten that it was the Detroit club that gave them one of their toughr-st rnps in the 1049 season. The pies scraped by, 21-14. | Arkansas fans have a special interest in the Eagles. For one thins,! Clyde (Smackover) Scott, former University of Arkansas star, Is a chief factor In the Philadelphia running attack. He has looked better than ever since being shilted from risht to left halfback. Use Arkansas System For another, the Engles employ the snme defense and much the same offensive system at the Arkansas Raswrbacks, coached by former Eagle Otis Douglas, will use this fall. The pro tilt will give the spectators an opportunity to see. how the Rnzorbacks should operate. Frank Ziefller, former Georsla Tech standout, will share the bulk ot the ball carrying with Scott, while the veteran Tommy Thompson again will call the Eagle plays and throw their passes. Due to get a lot of attention from tha fans will .be Doak Walker, the three-lime Southern Methodist University nil-America hallback making his pro debut with the Lions. Some of the players the paying customers had hoped to see are sidelined with injuries. Definitely out'of action lire Eagle backs Steve Dave Madison, 6-2, 187-pounder, i Van Buren and Bosh Pritchard and had a 6-13 record down on the farm ackle El Wistart. The Lions quar- Burdette, •OUTHIRN ASSOCIATION ' w i, rti. Atlanta (9 92 .831 Birmingham , Nashville . . Memphis . . New Orlean» Mobile Chattanooga Littl* Rock . 83 . 19 , 75 , 10 . 63 . 41 . 47 M .Mi 03 ,6M 68 .524 13 M to 91 .451 .410 1 .341 Southwest Teams Begin Grid Drills DALLAS, Tex., Sept. 2. (AP)Two-a-day workoutt started yesterday at seven Southwest Conference schools and there was one uniform note—not a single head football NATIONAL LEAGUE W Philadelphia 78 Brooklyn 68 Boston 68 New York 66 St. Louis 65 Chicago 54 Cincinnati 49 Pittsburgh 43 AMERICAN I.EAQUK W L New York 61 40 Detroit 17 *7 Boston 18 M Cleveland 76 52 Washington 58 69 Chicago 50 71 Philadelphia 45 84 St. Louis 43 SI ret. .«21 .615 .653 .537 .528 .435 .402 .344 Pel .(39 .621 .609 .594 .448 .394 .348 .347 rv <; Results SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Little Rock 3-1, Mobile 0-2 Bhmftighnin 10, Nftshvillo 5 Memphis 6, New Orleans 2 Atlanta at Chattanooga rain NATIONAL I.EAOIJE Philadelphia 7, Boston 3 New York 4, Brooklyn 1 Pittsburgh 10, St. Louis 4 Only gamea scheduled. &M::IIICAN New York «, Washington 2 Philadelphia 4, !!<*ton a Yonkecs Acquire 2 More Pitchers NEW YORK, Sept. 2. (/PI— The New York Yankees strengthened their mound staff today with the purchase of two rlghthand pitchers I from their Kansas City farm of the American Association. and Lew Burdette, (1-2 and 180 pounds, won six and lost seven. Both players reported in time for today's game ngainst the Washington Senators here. erbnck Bobby Layne and end Leon Hart may be kept on the bench due i leg injuries. The klckoff will be at 8:30 p.m. Accused 'Red' Clams Up WASHINGTON, Sept. 2. <JP)— Nt- than Witt, former government official, refused yesterday to tell the House UnAmcrican Activities Committee whether he is or has been a Communist. He also refused to answer most other questions put to him. Witt was named by Lee Pressman, former CIO heart counsel, this week as a one-time fellow member of a Communist cell In Washington. Fewer than one tenth of all secies of snakes are poison- DIAL 3391 FOR TEXACO HEATING FUELS R. M. I.OGA.V. Consisnce. Tank Trnck Salesmen: Henry Thompson, G. B. Parrlsh ffarvpj Dnrris ' ' BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING Monday, Sept. 4 8:15 p.m. TAG MATCH Former Jones and Eddie Gossett Bill Canny and Red Roberts For Reserved Stats, Call 33S9 Adults 50c—Children 15e Also 2 1-Fal! 30 Minute Matches Jones vs. Canny Gosscft vs. Roberts Ma?or League Leaders AMERICAN LEAGUE Batting—Goodman, Boston, Doby, Cleveland, .346. Runs—0. DlMagglo, Boston, 116 Stephens, Boston, its. Buns batted In—Stephens an Dropo, Boston, IM. Hits—Kell, Detroit, 179; D. Dl- Maggio, Boston and Rizaito, New York 167. Doubles—Kell. Detroit 38; Wertz and Evers. Detroit, 31. Triples — Noren, Washington. J. iMagglo and Woodllng, New York; oerr, Zarilla and D. DiMigglo, oston 9. Home runs—Rosen, Cleveland 33; TOPO. Boston 30. Stolen bases—D. DIMagglo, Bos>n, 13; Rizzuto, New York'11. Strikeouts—Reynolds, New York' 37; Lemon, Cleveland 134. Pitching — Trout, Detroit, 11-4 35; Wynn Cleveland 15-6 .714, Leion, Cleveland. 20-8, -.714. NATIONAL LEAGUE Batting—Musial, at. opp, Pittsburgh .341. Runs—Torgcson, Boston, 95; Kln- r, Pittsburgh and Stanky, New 'ork 94. Runs batted In—Ennls, Philadel- hla 112; KIr.cr, Pittsburgh 101. Hits—Musial, St. Loull 162; Fu- illo, Brooklyn, 158. Doubles—Musial, St. Louis 38; ichocndlenst, St. Louis 34. Triples—Ashbiim. Philadelphia 13 3Chocndlen5t, St. Louts 9. Home runs—Klner, Pittsburgh 40 nfko, Chicago 31. Stolen bases—Jethroe, Boston 20 Snider. Brooklyn 14. Strikeouts— Spahn, Boston 167 Blackwell Cincinnati 149, Pitching—Mnglie, New York 13-3 813; Miller Philadelphia 11-3, .786 Toclav's Game' SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION McmphU at New Orlenn.s night Atlanta at Chattanooga night Birmingham'at Nflshvllle night Little Rock at Mobile (2 night) NATIONAL LEAOUK New York at Brooklyn St. Louis at Pittsburgh Cincinnati at Chicago Philadelphia at Boston night coach sang the blues too loud Barons Whip Vo/s to Gain On Crackers »7 Th« AuoHlted FrtM Don't count Birmingham's Barons out of the Southern Association pennant race Just yet. The Barons have proved they cm accomplish the near-Impossible— beating Dob Schullz In Nashville's Sulplur Uell. Lust .light the Barons drove Bob Schultz, who has a string of 23 victories from the mound—first time that's happened since May 25th-and won 10-5. Th« victory moved Unmmgliam hull a game closer to Atlanta's Crackers whose Xfline with Chattanooga was cancelled bec»u;ie of wet (rounds. The Crocker lend stands now at six games. Paul Petllt, the $100,000 bonus baby of the Hew Oilenns Pels, lost another game, as Memphis pounded the youngster and his relief. Jim Lawlerlon for nine hits and a S-3 victory. Llllle nock kept MobUe'a Bears scoreless for 21 Innings, but tho Benn> finally took the opener, 3-0 •nd the Bears th« afterpiece, 2-1, Little Rock's Mllo Johnson blanked Mobile on two nils In the seven-inning opener. Lou Lombdrdo then lied up In a pitcher's duel wit!' Marion Frlcano of the Benrs. For eight innings of the nightcap both hurled scoreless ball. Frlcano weakened and gave up a tally In the top of the ninth and the bears then pushed across their only runs of the night. AAacKenzie Continued from Page < -here. One thing stands out rather clear y In this complicated Asiatic pic ure. Russia doesn't want to see an other world war develop al Ihl juncture. Therefore she will proccec o squeeze as many advantages ou FOR SALE Concrete e*JvrrU i2 Inch l« M tnch pUla 01 reenforctd Al«n OncteU Killdlni Hkx-kJ chop€i than ivtnbei tni ttirni chicken hoasei. pimp hnu<* tenanl tinnsrs tool ihrds VVr deliver Call « f»r (re* tsllinate. OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO. rtifm in 61 MOTOR CO. N. Hi way 61 AL Not Figuring On Flag Playoff OHfOAOO, Sept. 2. (ff' ( —The Am- rlcan League is not making any ans yet for a possible playoff In vtnt. of a tie In the league's close ennant race. President Will Harrlttge s»ld that ach of the top contending teams ad from 26 to 30 games scheduled efore the close of the race on >ct. 1. He added that a playoff probably •ould.not be necessary. of It as possible without gettln lierself directly Involved. Oh this busls we arc safe In i\immg that part of her strateg involves considerable elements bluff. The massing of Chinese ar •mes might be partly bluff, al though It must he recognized tha '" extreme eventualities they coul be used In Northern Korea. AMERICAN LEAGUE Washington at New York Boston at Philadelphia Chicago at Detroit Cleveland at flt. Louis night N THE.CHANCKKY COURT FOR THE CI'ICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS I/orene Horsley, Pltf. vs No. 11384 J. B. Lamb et il, Dfl». WARNING ORDER The defendants Rothenberjr and Schloss Cigar Co.; Anielia r. Botto et al, d/b/a B. P. Botto and Co.; Memphis Hotel and Restaurant Supply Co.; Pet* Robertson Grocer Co.; Mills Nappcr Co.; Qre.it Eastern Coffee and Tea Co.; M. B. Carter and Co.; anl Certified Electric Corporation are warned to appear in the above court and cause within thirty days and answer the B:ll of Interpleader of Lorene Horslcy. Witness my hand as Clerk of said Court and seal thereof this A«uust 18, 1»0. HARVEY MORRIS, ClcrX By Ruth Magee, D.C. Oscar Fendler, attorney for plaintiff. James M. Gardner, attorney ad lltein. BilS-26-S-2-S Cards Suspend First Baseman Nippy Jones ST. LOUIS, Sept. I. (/P>—Nippy Jones, the ailing first biuemtn of the St. Louis Cardinals, was suspended Indefinitely yesterday because he failed to show up tor hla team's trip to Pittsburgh. The luspeiulon was ordered by club president Fred Salgh, who «ald the ne.xt move was up to Jones. At home 'In Los Angeles, Nippy said It waa all a mistake. He Insisted he didn't "jump the team, 1 but left with Saleh's conwnt. Salgh denied this. He uld JOIM« asked him a few days ago to be placed on the voluntary retired list because his back and lega were giving him trouble. "I told him I didn't want him to do that," Salgh jald. "A player on the voluntary retired list automatically cuts ot! his own ial»ry Jc« Ncely, coach of the defend- ng championship Rice Owls, «a*— "or him — practically Jubilant 'We're sure grateful tor thli nlc« •either," jnld he, eyeing a iquid of 54 practicing under a bright oun, Texas, on the spot «s the /avOriU, lad 57 candidates and Coach BUlr Olierry let his squads run through some brief game condition icrlm- mage. Texas Christian had a turnout of B5, Baylor, 67, Southern Methodist S3, Arktinsu 70, and Texas A. and. M. 67, Most of the opening day workouts were light. And mosl co«h« were pleased with the physical condition of players. Otis Douglas, the third new head coach In the conference, said hi* Arkansiw RatOrb*ck» were in "grtat shape." Douglas, former Philadelphia Eagl« and trainer, who's Installing a pro style of football at Arkansas, expect* to trim his nquad to nob more than 44 within a few dajm. Cherry Pleased Two workouts for the Hog* w*n reeled off Friday; a scrimmaiji M»- sion was on tap for this morning., Blair Cherry of Texas ws« "pleai- ed at hla players' condition and frame of mind" and let his squad have a little game condition Krlm- innge to prove It. Harry stltelcr o; Texa* A. and M, which hone.5 to get out of th» cellar, sounded a warning he planned to cut his squad soon to working condition and point it toward a Sept. 23 opening game with Neivada. L. R. (Dutch) Meyer sent M T*s- as Christian players through som* T wing formation drill, dunun/ dunning nnd passing »crlmmag». George Snuer, new coach at! Baylor, said he waa ImpreJsed with th* physical condition of hU squad. X. N. (Husly) Russell of Southern Methodist noted this ,lco, with tb* same pleasure. Ruoell, noted as a specialist ta raule dunle offensive plaj, started practice at Southern Methodts* with a lecture—on pass def«n». H« also said Doc Hiyei, Pony basket* bill coach, would wor'i with potential pass receivers and t«ach them basketball tactics they might apply to good advantage—"foolwork. body faking and the like." In addition, It would mean .»• would lose Jonw' services for 90 playing u"at«. Tiikt means he would be unavailable for approximately the first 30 days of the 1981 season." Jones, 25 years old, hai been out of action most of the season while recuperating from a serious back operation last winter. He has been used, however, as, a pinch hitter. Salgh said that while Nippy complained of his condition, examining doctors declared he could play without Injury to himself. SHEET METAL WORK- OF ALL KINDS Custom work for fins, alfalfa mills, oil mllh. Custom Shearini up to 1/4 inch thickness. 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