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.PAGE SIX BT/iTHEVITJLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, MARCH 27. 1941 The Sky" Golf Meet Field Of 100 To Seek Title And 1,00 Mmh Beat Beds Yankee Rookies Rizzuto, Priddy Louisiana State i!a Rine-KoBer ; Are Pals In Work, Play, Fights Favored To Win •Tilt; Cam? fetes • A'""-^Mm?gi Fight Tourney !'' ,-* VI 1 v who -?an thread a Jo Louts. Abe c t Fo^ BV HtlttRY l'nite<) lVt>**» Sport* AS11EV1LLE. N\ C.. March Ti. <UP)--!:!ymiL the former National Open d needle with his iron shots, was the man to i»-?ul today as a field of 100 teed oil for the third annual $5,000 Land U! The Sky Open golf tournament. Fresh from his victory in Uif -.<• -- ..... - ........ ..... - - ...... Greensboro Open. Nebon domi- naied the field thai, included jnost of the top pros and the nrtLlona! amateur champion, pick Chapman. The distance Is 72 holc^—Jrt holes a day for four days— over the rolling; fairways of the Biltmore For- RSI Country club. Par is 35-36—71 bur. the greens are .slick and tricky and the boys are looking for trouble when the pressure \i?{* heavy. _ Although Nelson is ih? 'cp-henvyj favorite, everybody in competition knows that golf and dice un* the two most uncertain grmie.s, and there will be plenty of eompeuUon. The field includes Sam Snead; Benny Hogan. lending money winner on the winter circuit; Lawson Little. National Open champion; Raloh Guldahl. former open titleholder; Clayton Heafner, \viio make, 1 ; his home a few mile.-? from here: Vic Ghe&zi; Dick Mm: Ilnr- ry Cooper; Jimmy Thomson, iht- longest driver in the game; Paul Runvan, the little wizard with the wood clubs: Juy'McSpaden; Jimmy Hines; Jim Ferrier. Open and amateur champion 'of Australia; Martine Pose. Argentine professional; Leonard Dotlson a n d Horton Smith, one of the -best putters who over played the gome. UoRan Set Kecord In '40 A last minute hot tip was Tony Manero, who went out yesterday and biased a practice round of 33 across the first nine. He was on the pin all the wav and if ho cun keep up the pace he will be a real threat. Metz won ihLs tournament in 1939 find last year Hoo;an set the tournament record with a 273. "It- was played over three Asheville courses last season and unclf»r winter rules which permitted the improving of lies in the fainvay.s. Winner CeLs $1.200 Tills year regular rules' will prevail and for that reason it is un- Hkelv that Horn's 273 will be to 'i, ew York •. White v» .fro-' for !''i'!v-d !)j idod (.he vo.stcrUii'-. ] onnie V'rev. .} C (!(-•< ^, r ,, fill) Baker, Hill \\ f'nC- Fran!- M'-<":orinl<'k hit Ou'r'fct-i': for !hf j fiede. v,'h:l< Moore .In-' Or'-pvo, MVO Oil, Pr a Mi- -«. Jcu- ai':i for ii m Tom April 8. ... Simon io'.veri'C i 2o4' • unii .s'.oou ;U might.. Louis uppr::red. s;i':ili in j'roni, of the tiis Rock u: Kidm/md Hill. MILSKI. whom Juc'.i )?l:tckbuni calls ihe Link- Kai .YUm, is no more Mum j I'm i{ HI height . . scrtlo.s 101). He fiK'ltl.s out ul' u croufh, but hobs and u r »';ivi> more natunilly tluin ArUirs Godey :uul Keil Kunuaii' A busy liloki' Hum a kcj> of u.ru* ,; rails, isn't half poiUMtts of .!»(• !>-/il u»her Tour n op- SO. Wirniug the Brooklvns :o an eye on the St. Louis club, Joe ! Meci\vick lelLs the Dodger.; the ; CurdimiLs have dropped four i straight i>ennanu; by e.xperuneiu- , in» with lak-iu in I he sprin,',. Whni makes tin Red Bird; jivr- !ticulariy dangerous this trip U that j Billy the Kid Souih\vortb h;»..s at; resuly made up hU min.'l, 1 En rouu: north, ihe' Reds and ; Heri Sox play at Port "Bennin^. |Ga.. an Hank dowdy. Field- mi ncd ; after the famous catcher and Cin, cinrmti coach who \vn.s the t'r.s'. i big leajraer Co enlist in Woviu i War I. Flit., M:in-h "7. -Upi N'o rii'jii^ \vero scheduled f 'oi- ilw N<nv v'o,-^ Y;uiko/>,s lodny MS 'ii«' ir.;ijoriiv of til** jihiyors ')n<'l:i-(i ba»s nreparaiory ia break- ; n^ cainn and heiKiin<', nortli on n i\vo-'.vpfks r-.xhibition jauni. Cards Sjjlit I'orccs ST PETKnsnilRG. Flii.. March 27. ilTpI-The Si. Louis Cardiiinls bronk training camp today. Tlv. 1 tram ."-'ulits in two squads---one hiilf mt'tM- Syi-ai-u.se in an exhibition i^jurtc al Fort Laudcrdalt-. Fhi.. todnv and the otlifr plays Rochester at West Palm Beach lr morrow. r ! he Cards optioned Pilcher H'en- r\- Nowak. rookie, to I lie New Or-. lean?; Pelicans. STATE COLLEGE. Pa., March 27 '.UP;-—The three-day seventh annual National Collegiate Boxing lournamwii opened here today witii ' by possibility that hu will be iirafipfl for a year's military training, phu R^ZUIO, tin ^rcat«\si infields in base-ball, mijo.v.s C n«> 01 Lefty Com?'/: joke.s :u ihe Yankee training buy.-, I'i-hix after a workout. Hair-Raising Fight -Home Run Uod So\ No^.e I'liHs MIAMI BEACH. F'a., March 27. f UP i- -The Co-SJon Heel So>: de- I'enicd the Phihirlelphia Phillies in •^ buit'e of home run.'; >'estredny. 11 icn five -o The Keel b'OX. led Ly d baseman B(;hby Doi-rr hit home runs and the Phillies . DOO>T c-ot thrn« of the Ho.s- iu-rners, driving in a toinl of n-ns. Dispose, the Plaminjio tmd Our Boots, winch the Belmonc Fuit:riiy. MI favorites in winter book:- equalled or bettered- The Cainvavs i Kentucky Derby, May 3. are a bit spotty, indicating that ! Walter Marty's Agun the boys are ^01112; to Ivive to dig in i-o readi the greens in two. captnri'ii arf cc- for th» Ca 1 ionic .'•late rft'ers 5 Io l on each. Jimtry Carroll, the St. Louis fommLssiont'r. After the second 18 holes tomor- j holds Lhl row the field will be cut to the lo Drofessionals and the 15 low amateurs. The survivors will so 18 holes Saturdav and 18 more Sunday. A total of S5.GOO is at tmke with SL200 . efoinsr to (he winner. After this tournament the- cotters move on to Augusta for the onlv tournament in which Bobby Jones . particiOMtes these da vs. N"elson is hitting; his shots .so well that an informal poll of the professionals already has established him as favorite to win at choices at 4. Moth have Porter's C':ip untl C'urious Coin ciiual second diuic-e at C. tlu> (U-riuter \Vhirlav.-ay ut 8. The etitn of Kiiijr Coli- utul Uold Irish man is at 11). Nut Carroll i,laying 15 to t against Alton- tion (o HI in the rival book. New World Ls \'i in Lower Cili- fornia. 15 in St. Loin';. Swiny;- md Sway ha.s been barked down from 40 to 20. Welcome Pass from 200 to 40 and Shaun G. from 4PO to '200. Others ran.^e from 'JO to fiOO. Thieves Partial to Auto TROY. N. Y. i UP i— Mrs. Anna Kahn wonders vrhv her automobile is so popular with thieves. When - r he reported it stolen, it was the third timo since Sept. 4 and the second within a week. Fi'om nil wsilkr. ol ft-racing. But the Loyoln gold in California, brand new in men bills. It is owned bv table grower:;. 2:0 '. A's Start Homeward ; ANAftKIM. Calif.. March 27. I i UP.'-- The Phihulrlphhi . Aihl'Mics • br.•!•-.!• i;p camn today and bc;:an a. i sirin.i of cxhibitif)n -amt>' \v!iic!i ',\vi!l briny them ea.si tor the ojvti- ; In" of the Anir-ri'-ni! If-nviur se:>,so:i: | r.rxi innMlh. They lo-i their last : t minim-, camp vainc. :.i to l. to ' 5-Yattk-. to injlki- ihvir ri'rc:v;t hero ! K5 viciorit'.s 0111 of H) Barnes. I & en( [ French Cars t VICHY. March 27 t NEA )—While '•5> 'iooci deal of din'oTTilic red tape ;hus to be tur.vuund. RCJU- LL- Begue hi'. 1 - ;\rrv\ng?d backinc. to send two ; French cars to the Indianapolis i.'jnn-milo nice. May 30. Lr Begue land Rene DreytVs were demobilised from \}\c French army to pilot Italian cars at the .speedway last ' IIATSKH STAYS AS IMI.OT J5HEBOYCAN. Wis.. March 27 < NEA)—Joe Mauser, former American League tirsi buseman and I American Association homr: run i kin).;, again simu-d to maiuige the of tljt- Class D Mark 'or Pitcher Canadian Pitchers Gets $25 Weekly tonight. Louisiana State and Wisconsin University, with full reams entered, and Idaho. 1940 champions will) six fighters entered, were favored to win the mythical learn championship. Louisiana State's team, im- (tafcated this season, holds a 5 io 3 iftun victory over Idaho and appears io have a better balanced (earn than cither Wisconsin or Idaho. The 12 heavyweights entered \vi!) draw mo.st of the attention because ol their high caliber and .several undefeated records. Amon'v. the heavyweights are Gates Kimbul! t North Caroliii", undefeated .in two seasons; Herby Kendmk. LSU, undefeated this year and' runner-up last year; Jack Kemper, of San Jose State college, undefeated this year; Verdavne John. VVi.scon.shVs undefeated knockout star, and Louie Allen. Washington State, a semi-finalist in 1940. Last minute entries from the Pacific coast and Uie University of Miami raised the number of contestants to 79. Miami entered three fighters, including Joey Church. 135 pound runner-up for the national title last year. Special to Tho Courier News CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo.. March 27---G'.vin'.>.; Couiuiy Club, composed of CariiLhersville and Ha.vi.i goh'ers. six sanies in the South- Sharon nnttch- today, by city, club was announced •J. Pate, of this maker. At the annual business mwilnji of the league. Gwin's was plu-c-d in the Red Division, v.'lih Dexter and ihi> two Poplar HUirf clubs. Westwood Hills and Country Chin. 'in the Blue Division will b'- Chariest on. Maiden. Kenneit and Sike.swn. Winners in each division ! will meet on a neutral course for thft league elitunpionship playofl match, August 31. . Teitnjs o! 15 playei-s v/Ul be I-R- Quirpd In round robin matcht-s. wiUi thr«-e points per each absent man io uf- forieited. To be Higible- lor thi» championship playotf match, team mwnbei-s must ha\e pnrii:-j- pated in at least three regularly schpduled round robin jniiurhes. 'i'-he schedule of round robin matches is as follows: '27-- *ikfsiuii n L i.'LmU-sioii. Hills :ti lfill f - ni Si!;.^!!,! i- Bluff MEW YORK. March 27 iNEA)—j LOS ANGELES. March 27 (.NEA) .^oiiie National League pitcher who i ~ p hil Marchildon will have less is handy with the stick can .set i money than any other ball player himself a record this year by hit- j hi the majors. tinji seven home runs. The record, j Marchildon. young pitcher with -et by Hal Schumacher of the ] Lhe Philadelphia Athletics, is a i Giants, is six. • Canadian and wartime regulations i Last year not a single hurler in ! 1- equire him to deposit all but §25 the senior circuit could collec:, two ! a week Ol nis salary in the Uo- homers. Only Schimiaohor, Curt, j '"'"ion. He gets the rest when he Davis, Claude Passeau. Charlev j reun '" s home. ill U Batting Tip Helps I.-IDK-U. >-;uvoo. k-Mon ii l;ir liluff i.'ouuii--.- Ctut- lun,. 8- -Doxior in" P. (!, I'luirlrsioii ut Sik.-.sKni. .lcii. Jim,. | ;, -W.-.iu,.,)!! t. .linn. L-J Passeau. iM-ye. Lon Warneke. Bucky Walters. Harry G timber!. Joe Bowman. ! ruett Jewell. Whit Wyati and Carl Doyle got even one. were Canadian hockey players required to do the same tiling. Marchildon reports for military training at the seasons close. MIAMI, Fia., March 2 (NEA) — | Joe Orengo was flying and striking ! (out until Dolph Luque, the New York Giants coach, pointed out that flourishes with his bat had hi.s wrists loose as he hit the ball . - . caused-him to undercut the sphere. The shortstop's wrists are now stiff and level as he tomes in- . , „ rv to the ball, and his hitting, has :'.''/"i"i.':-i,,i improved. " u ' " l> - i 1' H «« ''- ''• uly '2(1— <; wins -n ;u Sik.-siiiii. ,1ul 'J7 — Do ai \\"r>snvoort U W. IM '.i—\\Vsnvnod flillN ui .\l:i!- C'ouiitry Ctiih in Doxif-r, Konncli st'vnml Hill.-.. Auiriisi 17—1'. li. y Cliih id AlaMon. AHKIIS!. 2-1 — Dcxtflr. 01:1 Coins in Uuricd Treasure SANTA CRUZ. Cal. i.UPi— Capt, / tck Hhein of the rirc department fanned the dream that nearly (.-very human beiny at some time as -- tl\j-.t of digging up buried t oa>urc. Hi.s spade turned up. at ( hi.^ tilen C'an;> p o:i proj)ei i i.v a melal- \ I L- !:ox oontaitiing a collection or' 1 _Jc! En-j!ish coins, some of .them dating back 200 vears. VANKEK LXFIKLD SWIFT SAFETY HARBOR. Pla., March 27 (NfE'AJ—Charley Dressen. Brook- lyji coacli. considers ihe current New York Yankee infield — Red Rolfe. Phil Rizzuto. Gerald Priddy and Joe Gordon—superior to the Roli'e. rank Crosetti. Gordon. Babe Dahlgren combination. Sofia water, the favorite American drink, contains no .soda. One (luced per American 324.850.921 1939. company pounds of pro- coo- Head Courier New* want- ads Danny Cox of New York puts up hair-rnisintf tight, but drops decision to Louis Brooks of Philadelphia in Eastern Golden Gloves light-!u\ivy\vei^ht fmu! it Madison .Square Garden. Mori- 'I'our^.ls to Smokies ASHEVILLE. N. C. t UP '—Travel in the Great Smoky Mountains Naiu.nal Park for the winter soa- < n \vas .-.p.-'niyiiuatciy (j'.i jjer e-'-'iH .'»' thr ;ji t-\ u.i: , year, park offi- ials n.'porl. '! lie Euiopeun v.ar credile.d with part ol the tn- cession o n any BELMONT Soose Boosts Colleges' SockMarket: [s Fanc With Fists By PAUL SCHEKri-LS United Press Stan Covrcsjiomlcm ] -NEW YORK. March '27. ~ Tin- 1 comparatively rccen: climb to tis- j tic prominence of Billy Soo*e, Pennsylvania's gift to the middle- ' weight division of the boxing hi- i dustiy, calls to mind the scarciry I of college men in professional pu- ; SHism. i There have been .several colk-ui- i aa^ who have tried to make their \ mark in boxing. Bob Pastor of New ! York University and Steve Hamas of Perm state, to mention . only two. tried to combine book learniiv' with physical attribuios to come out on lop of the fight business. At last reports they were Mill trying. Soose. according to all availabfe records, went to>enn State and fought 17 bouts as ;i college pini- lisi. He didn't graduate but left filter two years of study, enough \o give him the college aura. $22.50 up .latter is warfare ;«r. Paul charge came by 5oo.se was at 'o: At this time, the lhatched boxer irom seems to be the first date to prove that more advantageous in rin than a good, thick skull/ i Class in Mid die Soose is perched right in t.he middle of the current middleweight muddle. Ken Overlin is recognized as; champion by the men who rule boxing in New York while Tony 2ale is called top man by the' National Boxing Association which claims far wider billin Then comes Soose, the past summer, scored decisions j over pverlin and Zale in one month, i Bachelor of and since ha.s adiit-d n don.skm ovi-r ': Tami Mauridio and two over Ernie Vi?h of Nowburirh. X. Y. Soose fa'lcd to obtain championship recognition over Ovoriin mid Zale because both observed an ol't boxing cu.stom of coming in ovcr- the-wcight. In i!i ; n manner, a chamuion can safely get his raii pinned back without losing uny- thinp; more than his reputation. Soose ha.s been rated as ano'hirr Billy Conn aiu; perhaps another Tommy Loughran, he is that fancy with his fists. Certainly he can pepper l-,i.s opponents from all ;,n^les \vhile effectively piling up points lie's Gloved Catcher : Hts most effeo;;vo trick however ; is on :iu- receiving end. Any fi«j.ht 1 f^n ha,s ,scrn clover boxers like j Lou Ambev.v Loughran and Conn i cinch blow.s on their elbows anrt I forMrm> and often elude most oi 1 ;ht- blo\vv. SOOM- is rhc first fi^htor ^ yea;> to cat eh punciie.s with $ 210,000 FOR A FAKE PETRIFJED GIANT On on isolated farm near Cardiff, New York, (iuritii; thr I;IM ccniury. ;i f.r.iui r Uin; ni> ;t IxrlVctly prr^TvrdlxKly (jf n itwnninnli',-;;m:. fC\J>Tls visiu-il tbt: (h.s»-|>\r;y. p:«>;i.n:in:, (1 it Kfimmc. TJiou^iiKl,; ht.-n ;« paih {,, the iuiielv form to vion the curiosity :a l.i,; ::il:ui<sii»n prices. 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