The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 28, 1952 · Page 6
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 28, 1952
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BLYTHEVTLLE fARK.) COVE PER NEWS MONDAY, JULY 25. 1952 Japanese Swimmers 800-M HFISINKI (AP) Japan's swimmers, who performed so sensntionall.v in " 'arnes resumed their place in the Olympic spotlight today, taking over the roc-j ord-brcRking voles that American track an<i_fieldjta^ re-limimshed. The Japanese 800-meter freestyle* team smashed the third Olympic: , ./ -*-.. -r- • jwimmine record In three days e.f! V C ( I TV PHHI^ competition in the Olympic pool by | O V* I I J I v*» I I I 11 «J winning its qualifying heat in eizhi j iniiltes. 42.! ?.econds. This broke the j mark ol «:4G United States . ried out the pattern of record wrecking that has marked every conds. This broke ihe j i . . I „-. I ^•SS^r; Enters 2nd Week Today in the nlythcville Y's city tennis toi •K'f. today with Ihe championship of on composed of Yoshihiro Hamafrixhi. cirted. Hirdshl Sazuki. Torn Goto and] ; Teiciro TV.nikawa. j The United St-ttcs learn al : o • nualified comfortably for Inmor- i row's finals alons with Sweden. I Hup.eary, South Africa, Argentina., France and Great Bnt<im. , Other Olympic swimming records | broken so far are the men's 100 melers free style, in which Clark Scholes of Hishlaml Urluhts. Mich.. was timed in 57.1 seconds in a h»at |. en route in wlnnine 'he first tank . champios'i'.in for America. I Brazil faecrs Win j Brazil's basketball learn trounced j Chile in the first came of the semi- j final round-robin competition. j The bie show 1 yesterday, however.; WHS the" marathon. This tortuous race of more than 26 miles usually has Its own clique of fans and at- | tracts only passing interest from the masses. But this time H was • different. The man who made H so ; was Emil Zalbpek who runs as no j man ever has. \ On the first day of Ihe (rack and: field competition he set an Olympic j record for the 10.000-meter run, his favorite distance. He came back j four days later to win the 5,000 ; Coaching chool Opens Bear Bryant, Jack Gardner Head List Of Cage, Grid Tutors LITTLE ROCK r/ry-The annual Arkansas Athletic Aviation's conchlnp clinic opened here loriay hut without two ol Its headlined • tutors. I Otis Dnticbs. University of Arkansas' criditon mentor, ixas unable lo attend the three-clay session. He is recm-crins from a recrnt opera linn. Al.-o misslnz was Ivan Grtii'e of Hendrlx ColleRe. who was called to Kansas ycslcrday when notified his mother had been seriously in- Jurrd. • B'.it Paul iliearl Bryant of the University of Kentucky and .lack Atlanta NV-w Orlean.' Cliattanoala Mobile . ... Nashville- . Memphis . Hi: min^ham Little Rork Kenneth S'nnlev champion of '.lie M:ric;r>t divi^Kin ihovs 13 nnd nnrleri ves'erriay he "cleft-alert Fred Flod'c.s fi-2. 6-3 in the finals. Plav in the men's sentoj division moved into the second round [ol- lowins the completion of first .round phy yesterday. j One of the men's division fnvor- 1'es. nufeii Mosli-y. «ns ilrfeatrd .in first round action Mo.Ioy, run- i ner-up in laM year's torn, : 1 '.-.-as knnckeil out liv Rob P.lndt:cti in , straight- set'- fi-0, r.-:', '.-cr'eidri>'. • j A. I). Smith, another one ot 'he' favorites in Ihe men's division.; mover! In'o the t]uarter-fin.ils by j defentlns Bill Patton 6-1. li-2 But- j urdny. j In other men's division matches, T. H. Carawav oV-feat'-d D. I/, f Balle>' ant! Dirk R"ift afivaiu-crl j over Berr.vhll! by default j .Second round pairlncs In lhe| men's riivi'ion are: 1 Fred Smith vs Dick, F.rlsel : Hrirber vs. A B ^mi'h ond J. L.I Tlionipson vs. Cnra'.vny, i'KSJ -K15IIAVS Smillier Memphis 3-9. I.'.ttle Ro Birmlnehnm ?-4. Atlnnla 0-3 Nafhville H-5. Ctiattiinrincn (s??nnrt came Up, called end rlnrknc-FSi. Nevi Orleans .S, Mobile 3. <S«C- meters In record time. rUlhovieh he i Gardner of Kansas State Collrce claims the three mile race Is too; were on hand to teach their sep- short to please him. Yesterday he- j ciallie.s—football and basketball, had his first try at the mnratlion—i Johnny Burned, executive sccre- a triple no other Olympic runner j tary of the association, said Doufrlis ever attempted. - I ur.uld be replaced by U. of A. As- Zatopek doqeed Him Peters of ] sistants, Tommy Thompson. Charles Enpland for the first 20 kilometers,! Hanks and George Cole. Doc Grl - fs'-hw htm In Knplish whether he j fin, Ai kadelphia. Is scheduled to was runnimr the rieht price tor the j subslilulo- for Grove, marathon distance. JnoIbM, ^^^" m"^ ' k | with basketball /llllnR the picture Tuesday afternoon and Wednesday. l Appearing with Bryant and the • three Ra/orback assistants on the i football program Is Elmer Smith, At 20 kilometers, apparently Iffled that he was. the Czech too the lead. He kept It nil the wny home to set still another Olymnlc record of two hours, 23 minutes, 3.2 seconds. This, cut more than six minutes off the old mark. Russia Still Leads Tn the unofficial team point fttandlngs, Russia continues to hold a substantial lead. The Soviet Union has 406'i points to the United States' 376. Then comes Hungary. 164, Sweden. 150. and Germany, with over 100 points. The basketball field was narrowed down to the Inst eisht last night and today the United States takes on the slick-passing Russian team, European champions for the last tTO years. Russia nnd Ihe United States never have met in baskcthnll. Today's winner still wont be out of the woods because the sport is played here on a round-robin basis. Brazil and Chile are In the same section as Russia and the United States and the two teams with the best records will move into the final four-team bracket. Powerful Argentina, unbeaten France. Uruguay and Bulgaria are in the. other semifinal section. Frank Havens of Arlinslon. Va., Mcnor League Leaders By The As=oc1;iloi] !'rps^ 'NATIONAL I.EACSUK BATTING- Musinl. St. Lrmls, ,1?R; Atwell. Chiraco, .320: P.ifko. Brno'-:- lyn and Addis. Chuviiro. 313. RUNS Lnckman. New Ynrk and Miislat, F.I. 1/iuis. f>7; Robinson. Brooklyn, (VI. HITS — Adams. Cincinnati and Musial. 31, Louis. US; Lockman, New York and .Schnendienst, St. National I.eajue -St IjOilis 4. Brooklyn 3. Cincinnati 11. New York nnd panie rain'. Boston o-3. Pittsburgh 2-3 "Second came tic, II innings, called I.C;IRUP Delroi! H-0. New Ynrk ^-6 Cleveland 3-3. Wasninjtnh 1 2 S',. Lnuis R-3, Boston 1-9. Philadelphia 3-0. Chlcacn 1-3. Louis, 111. head mentor of Srnilhern Stale Col-1 HOME RUM.S — Kaiier. Chlcnen. Icee of Magnolia, Ark. [24; Horiaos, Brooklyn and Kiner, In basketball, Ciarrtner will he' pitt.shursh, 20, joined by Glen Rose of Hie Unlvrr- PITCHING —Roe. Brooklyn, slty of Arkansas and Sam Hindsman of Arkansas Tech, CIMr Bates of Van Buren nnd , Kohn Bray of 'Marked Tree will I discuss and Instruct elrls basketball and Griffin will lecture cm track. TOflAV'S GAMKS Southern I^aeuc All nichl eames Memphis nt hirminsham N'ew Orleans at Mobile (Onl;.' 2a,nes srhetiuled) Atnrrli-an l.rncue New Ynrk a!. Detroit. \Vnshinston at St. fjnuiK. (Only piimps schednledi. Marciano, Matthews In 10-Round Go Tonight NP^W YORK (.^''--SliiCEiei' Rnrky Marciano and boxer Harry Mat- thpws risk their careers in one daring samhlp t^niaht for a September ?hot at a world's heavyweight title. Marciano is a 2 to 1 favorite. Scouting from a rinsrsirte pew at,+ . Sugy Hayarnaka On Legion Card Niners Bow to Booneviile; Play Fort Smith Tonight BOOKEV1U,E—It's do r»- die for the Xunnier Nina Niners in the slate semi-pro hnsebn.ll tournament hero tonight. One more 'oss and they're out of the running. The Miners are .scheduled to meet. Souih Fort Smith at 9:30 lon.sht in effort to gel haek into the All;- ners' bracket. One o! the two te.uns 'A'ill be eliminated entirely from trie rtinnlncr in tcniBht's game. Trie Niners were handed their first loss of the tournament Saturday night when they dropped a fl-1 decision to the defending champion Booneville team. A combination of five error* and (ircballing nick Stone »'as cr.tire- 1y too much for Ihe Miners. Slone smirk out 13 Number Nine bailors in winning in five ticldine mlseues committed by the Niners, helped him alontz,. The Miners sot but five hite olf Stone and their only run came on Ted Fisher's fourth-Inning home rim with the bases empty. Elam Van Gilder. Jr., son o( R former St. Louis Brown (treat, was the victim of Booneville's nine-hit asviult ant! was the losing pitcher. In another eamr tonlsht. Rnore- ville is scheduled lo play Paris »l 7:30. Paris continued In the winners' bracket, by nudging South Port Smith S-4 In the other second- round contest Saturday, Rliss Needham Ealned credit for Parts' win over .South Fort Smith. Paris was helped along by (our Fort Smith errors which accounted for Ihree unearned runs. Winner o( the slate, tournament will reyiresent Arkansas In the regional National Baseball Conci'M" tournament at Wichita, Kan., next mon th. BIG WHEEL—« isn't exactly the Polo Grounds, but Pvt Willie Mays seerns happy just to be able to patrol center field for Fort Eustice, Va. The Giants' star sparked the Fort Eustica Wheels to a 7-2 victory over Fort Myer. (NBA) nignt l.noo: Henrn. New York. 11-3. .1SS; Wilhelm, New York and Yuhas. St. Louis, 7-2. .178. r \:iMunr»l l.racue St. Louis at Brooklyn, night (Only eame scheduled'. Weekly Sports Calendar MONDAY Bay Window League—Mead Sullivan-Nelson, Lltlla Park, 5:30! p.m. Commercial League — Ark-Mo vs. Planters Hardware. Maloney Park. 5:30 p.m. TUESDAY Mirtset T.eapue — American I.e- elon vs. Yarbro, Ninth Street Park,! 5:30 p in. ] Bay Window League — American ked Life vs. Y. Little Park, 5:30 p m. Commercial Ij e a c u ? — Duro- Chrome vs. Courier News. Malnney Park. 5:30 p.m. \VKn.VEStlAT wanis. Ninth Street Park. 5:30 pm. Bay Wfnrlrr.r t.eacue--fil Implement vs. Moose L/ lee. Little Park. 5:30 p.m TlirilSIlAV Midget Leaque- Rntaiy vs Linns, Ninth street Park. 5:30 pm I.catrue — Pinners Hardware vs. Courier .\>«s. Ma- ; loney Park, 5:10 nm. rmiiAY rormrir-rc'nT T, c a 2 u i Chrome vs Fn.rmrrs Bank, loney Park. 5:30 p.m. \China Selling Food i.KAntiE | To Soviet Russia BATTING -- Fain. Philadelphia I and Gondman. Boston, .333; Wiir.d- • IsTEW HFLHf p :.P'—India In ling. New York. .3?fi ! bought 1DO.OOO metric Ions of RUNS — Joost. Philadelphia, 66: i Brain's from Russia In exchange for Berrn. New York, 65: Rosen. Cle- | lea, shellnc. and jute. Food vr-lnnd, M. .--.. • j Minister R. A. Kltlwai told rmcstion- HITS—Fox;-<;-nf aso. 127; n/ibln- j ers In parliament, son. Chicago. 117; Rosen. Cleveland. 114. HOME RUNS — Berrn. Nrw Ymk, 21; Doby. Cleveland. 20; Rosen. Cleveland. 18. PITCHING -- ShanlJ 1 .. rru'aitel- Yankee Stadium will be Jersey Joe •.Valcott, the 38-year-old champs •jho has agreed to meet Ihe winner; in the fall. i i There will be no ratlio, television I I or theater television of this 10-, round elimination bout, scheduled for 8:00 p.m. CST. In the even' nf r.iin, it will be pushed back to Tuesday ni^ht. For Marciano. unbeaten In -II pro fmht.s, and Matthews, who hasn't lost in 70 starts since 1043. this will be the real crossroads. After Mon- j day ni^ht, it's on toward the utle back to the clubs In Providence Omaha. Marciano is 27. Matthews is 33. The price fluctuated a bit from to 1 up as far as 13 to .=> over the j weekend but is clue to steirly armm',1 [ 2 to 1. Football Officials Hold Rules Meet T.TTTLE ROCK f/T 1 ,—Members of thfi Arkansas Officials A.voclation me^ hpre yesterday for a football mips discussion anrt to takft annual examinations prpparatory to ! thr 1952 gridiron season. I Last night, the Arkansas Inter- ! ite Confevencp officials fol-1 Riiby of Atkins. TreA Strickland of Brinkley, was named to replace BUI Shannon oT Hnlpna !rom Uistrlct ft. S'isy Hnyani-ifva is sf:hfdulecl to t<\im with Henry HFvrrell in ths ins maich fea'.nre of thr American LP- [ r cion's weekly 1 .vrr.=;tlinc proErram at I i nu - e[ ] the same procedure under i Memorial Auditorium t-onisht,, i ^ e direction ol Gen. H. Ij. McAl- j Oppostn? them.\vill be Chief Little • i^tcr. conference commissioner. I Fox and Lee Fields. \ Teddy Jones of Hope WB.I re-j The two teams will tnnslr m a , elerUid proMdent of Ih* AOA imd , »- m .n«« tin. ,t ml t. bert -o of j ^^™ ^ ^""^ J-' three falls tae bmif thai u-ill hi?h- [ RfK . k WRS ren amed executive .«c- lieht tonight's three-match card. ' re ( ar y in preliminary bouts. Harrel) will j c. W. Watt,-;. Ft. SmUh. was rake nn Chief Little Fox and Hay- ^ plerfpd from District 8 on the exe- fimaka will mret p':olcls. rtitive rommittre succeeding Sirl Clib BARTON fnr Attorney General ' Ha.« more experience than all his opponent* combined. I Endorser! Inn™,- Rl home by Uwyern and . No Snoring in Assembly [J^ 1 . Permitted by Hyderabad phia. 18-3. 8S7; NPM' VcirS, 11-2. .86; Shea. Wnshinglon. 0-2. HYDERABAD. India W>—Members nf the Hyderabad State Assembly may sleep rturins sessions There Is no proposal to buy any j but snoring is a breach e,f order. Scivlet fnoflRrnins In 19S2. he artriert.j The speaker so ruled when one Ped China, however, has offered ' member called the chair's alien- in sell ICKlOflO tons of rice nn a rash i tinn to a .sleeping member. He said basis and the offer has been ac- aravely that members mieht fleer, rented. Ki'rnvai. said. I If they wished so lone as they rlifi _ not disturo the proceedings of the Read Courier News Classified Ads.' house by so doing. P'!ro M.-, - FISHY IDEA-Jimmy, old KOI can lad ariopted 3rd Air Rescue Sri-ir.circn in Korea, han^? a "Kojnobr>ri" to replace the s'nnda.'d vvind soclrt, \vbich is in =hoi l supply. The ''Kninobct'i'' is A cio'h-rovorori moriel of a Crirp, !j?fd 1>y the Japanese 1o dcr-olc *:~Le p;c5--^nce of a hr>v in U.c hou>e on "Boy's Day." an annual ho'.iriay. 17-year- 'he onf Jncrcoscs of Soldiers " TAIPFH Fr>rii;t',«.i • V. Thf :nn o' 1*X1 trnnis nf ^nvh",-ir\ riv *n fhr dir; nf Chiiv^p N. l! J t snVtirr.-: IM*\P inrrr^^-oii ATis:lit. *av? tlif Mntnul Fc A^riii-y hpro. v.hi.-h hari n iifl 'h^ nn'rt:inri,->t fsprntrrnt. Mntp IhLiii \'i ,0',>n 5.1'ildir'r." M ! p,ii''d in The thirr-mr-ivl-"- r ', mfr.r. ;»no the a^N'in^o irnvn v • ponnris prr man. thp MSA ."^ OLD1_ STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY TH( AMEKKAK OlSinUHG COMf AHT, 1HC. • *EKIK, 111. the i-ed i prr"r-n \ n tni'y \i\ 1 •• C^narissn smsip? rr the rnnnnnc ro;u;jr fp an nnr.x- lO.f if n - m e: e r SQUEEZE—Vicente Goruales, Mexican At!as goalkeeper, squcer.ffi Ihe b.iM makine a snve npainst Nianrh^5ttT United in xn inleinatinnn! fr.ocer m^lrh al I.os Angrles. nn-.iblr toaminc Vmted's Jr,ck Rn\v!cy v 0. \vs^ Felipe ZeUer. The Kriliih \\un, 4-3. (NEA> BLYTHEV1LLE LEGION ARENA Monday, July 28 Children 15c. Henry Harrell & Suigy Haymaka Lcc Fields & Chief Little Fox Also 2 1-Fatl Matches 00 .Minute Time Limit Harrell vs. Little Fox Hayarnaka vs. Fields RE-ELECT H. G. "CHARLIE" PARTLOW PROSECUTING ATTORNEY Ih !.NTK(;KI'rV, IXm'STUY AM) ARII.riV I'KOVKN Two rt.ticliend roiinlj (irancl Juries in their fi- reporl In .liidtre I'harlrs \\. I.ichl rnmplimenfctl Pioseriiline Allnrnpy's office nn the vignrnuR en- I'cnienl t>f Hie criminal laws. Ailv.— I'.ilrt fnr h; r.irth FUEL OIL POETZ OIL "/ Sell That Stuff Phone 2089 Office St Bulk Plant—Promised Land Your Right TO VOTE! On Tuesday, July 29! CALL TELEPHONE NO. 931 and a driver will pick you up y take you, to the polls and return you home. Vole For JACK HOLT FOR GOVERNOR A man whom Arkansas ^ w/// be proud of! This Ad |'airl For Hy .lack Hull Jr. by Felix Carney With some 2,000 new television stations in the process of being installp.d throughout the country, the Air Lina Pilots Association has coma up with a statement that "it views with alarm the increasing number of TV towers being erected." The reason is that the "erection of steel antennas anywhere from 1,000 to 2,000^feet high adjacent to airport control zones will I seriously affect the safe op- j eration of air transportation." 1 . . . Th« Association isn't j fooling. It has prepared R request that. Congress legislate I an amendment to the Communications Act which would deny applications of stations whose antenna sires or 4 eights are found to he air hazards. . . , Thousands of rpportera, cameramen, dim-lors and other video personnel have een in Chicago. where the irst major political conven- ion was seen cross-country hrough the powerful new brce of television for the irst time. Did you know ,hat it's heen estimated that one out of every two Americans have seen the next pres- dent of the United • States lominated. thanks to our new entertainment hahy? .... The names of noted entertainers making their television ilehuts this fall w.mlrt fill a hook. To cite just a few: Phil Harris. Tallulnh Rank- head, Maurice Chevalier and many many others. Kven Bing Crosby "ill venture into the new field come the Indian summer. . . . The cutest return address on an envelope of which we know is the one. used by j^ene Aulry. H says: "If no ketch- um in ten days return to Gene Autry. Hollywood. You get the performance you paid for . . . whi n yon 'choose G.K. for your family set. . . It's guaranteed all 'he way. . . Come in soon and choose your favorite model. We have expert service to hack every sale at RI.VTHK- vii.i. F. S'AI.KS co. ion E. Main St. Phone: 3fi)6.

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