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Blytheville, Arkansas
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SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 19-19 Bl.YTHEVTT.I.E (ARK.) COURIER NKWS PARE PUT! Lou Klein and Ralph Kiner Bat Cards into First Place; Bosox Hammer Browns for 21-2 Win Ky Jo« Rfichkr AssotUlPi) Press Sports Wilier The St. Louis Cardinals, by the grace nf Baseball Commissioner A, B. (Happy) Chandler, occupied first place in Ihe National League today. The high-flying iJcdbirds, sparked by Hie addition o! the recently reinstated Lou Klein, defeated the Boslon Braves, 8-4, last nisht, to wrest first place from the Brooklyn Dodgers. — The victory. co»]iled with Pitts-* Wurgh's 4-2 triumph over Brooklyn, enabled the cardinals to take » hall-same lead over Die Dodgers. Two home runs by Klein, who aloni; with other Mexican League jumpers, had his suspension lifted by Chandler early this month, played a very prominent role in the Cardinal victory. Lou smashed his first in the second Inning to put hLs team ahead Savoldi, Neinoff On Legion's Mat Program Monday Savoldi and Steve Nelnolt, who made their mat debut in Bly- (heville last Monday night, return to next week's wrestling card to lake part in the tag match main event. .score ai 1-1. an., e^c i,,e »,.y ,,,r , '"'= f»'° '"«'»"•". who were dc- the defeat of Braves' rookie Johnny fc f' Uc1d ^ wo , ek bv B ' c »» n y » lld 3-1. After Boston had taken » 4-3 advantage. Klein came through with his second rouudtripper to tie the •••core at 4-4. ami pave the xvay for Antonellt. Klnt-r's Homer Win* Since Klein was taken over for the ailing Marty Marlon at shortstop^ the Cards have won seven and lost two. Besides feilditig in fine style, Klein has been coming through with sonic clutch hits to compile * creditable ,281 batting nverag«. Ralph Killer's first Inning home run with two mates aboard—his 16th of the season—gave the Pirates their victory over Brooklyn. Kiner's blow and his eighth-inning single were the only hits made by Pittsburgh. The powerful Boston Red Sox slugged St. Louis hurlers Joe Ostrowski, Al Papal and Ray Shore for 25 hits to bury the Browns under a 21-2 score. Ted Williams led the ,mercileJ5S attack with hLs 18th and Jfclth homers, scored four runs and Strove in seven to boost his 62-game total to 17. Everybody In the lineup hit safely, and everyone with the exception of Catcher Birdie Tebbeits scored at least once. Ellis Kinder registered his seventh victory with & five-hitter. Yanks Nip Chisox The New York Yankees increased their American League lead over Philadelphia to five and a half games, defeating the Detroit Tigers. 5-4, while the A's bowed to the Chicago White Sox, 2-1. Yogi Berra drove in hts team's girst four runs with a double and home run. Tommy Henrich's seventh inning single drove In Charley Keller from second with the tie- breaking run. Joe Page relieved Allie Reynolds in the seventh after Vic Wertz' two rim single tied the score at 4-4. and held the Tigers scoreless the of the way. Bob Feller won his third straight and his fourth of the season pitching the Cleveland Ttidians to an R-2 victory over the Washington Senators. He has lost .six. Hank Satier's eighth four-bagger, his fourth since he joiner Chicago, helped the Cubs defeat the New York Giants, 6-2. ' The scheduled night game be- n the Philadelphia Phils and Reds in Cincinnati was postponed by rain. Stocky Kncilscn. will team up against Swede Nelson and veteran Jack Blomfield in the 90-minute time limit tnR match feature of the American Legion's mat program al Memorial Auditorium Monday night. Savoldi, a squat, 200-pound Italian, and Ncinofl. 2 lightly larger Bulgarian, won themselves a good following among Blytheville fans in their first appearance last week, in spile of the fact thai they were defeated. They rely almost solely nn their quick-thinking and strength to subdue their opponents. Nelson and Bloomfteld appeared here two weeks ago and won a decision over Eddie Gossett and Jack Steele, Both men are veterans of Promoter Mike Meroney's matches. Nelson will weigh in at a little over the 200-pound mark and Bloomfield will tip the scales a few pounds less. In addition to the tag match main event, (wo one-fall preliminary bouts are also on tile card. In the first Nelson-will tangle with Savoldi and In the second Neinoff and Bloomfield will swap grips. —Courier News Photo M1DOKT BASKKAI.I.KRS—Hayti's Midget UfiscDall truni has become one of the most popular oi tli three diamond learns lhat play In '.fie PCIIHM-OI County, Mo., town. Shown above are row, lett to riyJHi Harold Fields, Ronald Glass, Gary Glass, Jimmy Brown, John Chlsm, nill Inman. Second row—Billy WHker- son, Kay Gwin, Arthur Berry and Sidney CJr-iffm. Sam Glass is coach of the team. Vols Jake 2nd From Pelicans; Travs V/in 3rd STAND AMERICAN' New York Philadelphia Detroit Cleveland Boston Washington Chicago St. Louis NATIONAL St. Louis Brooklyn Philadelphia Boston New York Cincinnati Pittsbursh Chicago SOUTHERN Birmingham .... Nashville Atlanta Mobile Little Rock New Orleans 33 Chattanooga 28 Memphis 20 LEAfilJE W L 40 22 35 28 34 .28 32 27 .... 33 28 .... 29 32 26 38 .... 28 44 LEAGUE W I. 31 24 37 25 3fi 28 35 29 30 31 ....25 35 25 37 .... 23 39 LEAGUE W L 40 39 37 32 33 Pet. .545 .556 .548 .542 .541 .475 .406 .290 Pet .607 .597 .563 .547 .40? .41 .403 .471 Pet .606 .59 ,58 .508 .485 .47E .412 Yesterday's Results AMERICAN LEAGUE Boston 21. St. Louis 2. New York 5. Detroit 4. Chicago 2. Philadelphia I. Cleveland 8. Washington 2. NATIONAL LEAGUE Chicago 6, New Work 2. Pittsburgh 4, Brooklyn 2. St. Louis 8. Boston 4 (night). Philadelphia at Cincinnati, post poned rain. SOUTHERN LEAGUE Birmingham 3. Memphis 1. Little Rock 7. Atlanta 6. Nashville 7, New Orleans 5. Chaltanooga at Mobile poned. Post BEAR HUG — Pat Malonc Isquirrns out o( Ginger's hug in '.Miami. Fla.. hut the 300-pound iCanadian black benr knew an- iolhcr Irick or two, and downed the heavyweight wrestler in 15 minu'^i. Today's Games NATIONAL LEAGUE New York at Chicago. Brooklyn at Pittsburgh. Philadelphia at Cincinnati. Boston at St. Louis inictH). AMERICAN LEAGUE Detroit at New York. St. Louis at Boston. CliicaRo at Philadelphia. Cleveland at Washington. SOUTHERN LEAGUE Memphis at Atlanta inightl Chattanooga at Mobile (night Nashville at New Orleans (night Little Rock at Birmingham. Major League Joycees Win 9 to 8 Over J Razor backs Leaders Ky Ihw Associated 1'ress By fhf As^ociatert Tress NastwiUe's Vols took their sec- id stmiclil f-atne from the NPW rlca'ns Pelicau.s last night, 7 to 5, id moved up to second position in le Southern Association pennant ice as AUaiUa losv. The Crackers dropped their third m.secutive game to the Travelers Little Rock, 7 to 6. Loop leading irmiiighnm shelled the cellar- j welling Momphis Chicks. 8 and 1.! A scheduled game between the • hattanooga Lookouts and the, cars at Mobile was postponed be- anse of wet grounds. Atlanta had. the largest crowd,. 598 ,as wild pitching cost the nickers the game. The Travs came "om behind with four tallies in eighth. Art McConnell. Trav itcher, singled to bring Johnny Grice home in the linni inning with R winning run. Atlanta almost had this oiie on e with a 4 to 2 edge in the sev- 11 th frame. Bu^ Al Hodkey hi.s ontrol In the next inning and the 'rav.s u.sed his two walk. 1 ! and a ang of hits to pile tip four runs 11 that round. Then McConnell cinched his lintli victory of the season by rtriv- ng in Grice Jor the final tally. Pine Bluff Tennis Star Is Beaten by Surprising Texan LITTLE ROCK, Ark., June 2*. > t —Seven quarter Tina lists hart seen decided today in tlie men's ingles of the Southwest Open tou- iis tournament. One 55101 remaiuert o be filled. A surprise survivor was Julian Oatos, Waco, Tex., who eliminated cor£e Dunklin, Arkansas state Batting—Kell. Detroit. Mnsei". Boston, .338. Huns .loost. Philadelphia, G'j. Williams, Boston, fi2. Runs uatteri in—Williams, Boston, 77, Stephens. Boston, 67. Hits—Kell Detroit, 83. DiMaggio. Boston. 79. Doubles — Majeskl, Philadelphia.! ^^ 19, Williams, Boston, Kell. Detroit. and Zernini Chicago 17. | Triples — Mitchell, Cleveland. 8, Valo. Philadelphia, 7 . I Home Huns—Williams. Boston, 19, : Stephens, Boston and Joost, Phil- adcl[)hia, 16. [ Stolen bases—Dilllnger, St. Louis,. 9, Valo, Philadelphia and Mitchell. Cleveland, G. Pitching — Wynil, Cleveland, 4-0, 1.000: Rascht, New York, 11-1. .917. Slrikennl.s - Trucks. Detroit, 82, Ncwhouscr, Detroit, 64. National League Batting— Hobin.son, Brooklyn, 360, Schoendienst, St. Louis. .345. Runs— Reese, Brooklyn, 51, Gordon, New York, 49. Rims batted in—Robinson, Brooklyn. 56, Eivnis. Philadelphia. 49. Hits — Robinson Brooklyn, 9tl, Thomson, New York, 86. Doubles—Ennis, Philadelphia, 19, Jone.s, Philadelphia, 18. Triples—Ennis and Ashburn Philadelphia. H. The Juycces pushed across a sin- ale tally in tlie top hall oj the eighth inning nnd the set tile Ra- znrbacks down in order in Hie bottom half of the extra inning lo gain a 9-R verdict over the Razor- City Sofl- at ball Lea ue tnake-up contest Walker Park last night. A fielder's choice off the bal of o^Hielder Hays Spradley scored shortstop-manager Sonny Lloyd with the Jaycec's winning tally after one wns out in the eighth, Lloyd doubled to open the inning and went to third on a passed ball. The game was forced into the extra inning when the Razorbacks tied the score u-ith a two-inn seventh inning rally after the Jay- eces had taken R two-run lead in the top of the seventh. Opposing pitchers Harvey Dorris of the Jaycees and Billy Bob Klliolt of the Razorbacks went the full eight-inning route with Don-is allowing nine hits and EHlotl 10. Box score: .tayrres lotion Pickers To Play Trumann Don Bunch Scheduled To Handle Mound Duties for Blytheville The Blylhevillc Cotton Pickers win RO after their Ihlrrt sirn victory anil Ihelr fifth league win of Die .season tomorrow afternoon ']i they meet the Trumann jun- Leffloti nine !n a Kifth nis- tricl League panic nl U'nlkoi Park, l.efiliander Don Bunch who \\i\n had only mediocre .so (ur this season is schedxilrd to handle the pitchyiR chores for the Pickers in their second home appearance of the season. This wll] he RLythr- villc's first mcelltiR with ihc'Tni- iHiLiu. nine. The Pickers are now in .second place in the league's stunriinss only n fiiime nnd a half behind the .setting Memphis and Memphis clubs. Coach Jarne.s F\: team havp chalked ini victories CUT i' HniTlsbniR, Mrmjh, Lu.xnra and Marked Tree and have lost l\vo sanies to Memphis and Osccola The game is .scheduled for 2:30. ' Osreol* iMi'cts H:u [islnirj; In other leacne art ion tomorrow Osceola Junior biTioimsures are svhedvletl to y>Lsiy Hatrlsburfc HI aji afternoon ft a me a I Hale Field in O.scenla thnt is also soi for 2:110 Osccola Is holding down third pltwc in the stand tups and Han Isbiiin Is fout'Lh. In another game involving Mississippi County teams Manila and I.uxora will tlo battle in an aftei-- noon contest on the Lnxora dia- | mond. Manila is tifti with Marked Tree for fifth place with a record ol one win against five Irssse.s nnd Luxora is in the leiiRiie cellar alon<* wit h Tr n m a nn wil h a 0-6 record. West Memphis will play at Caraway and Marked Tree at Memphis in other games. Sports Roundup by I Hujh r'ullcrtur). Ir. Hayti's Juniors Put 6 to 0 Defeat On Caruthersville hk NEW YORK, June 25. ,,1>, — There's not much IcR of the CiUi- lornia crew Mini won the Olympic rowing clmnipion.ship last .summer, bin it -should bo the favorite in ihe PtuKhkeepsie Regatta tod:iy if Coxswain Ralph IHm-\ut.sp'i \nw panus i-.nd Ky Ebr^m't 1 Mnn««pr ' c'lnss ha\-r to ride a bicycle. . . Purchase | r oims for a] ( l his "lucky" Army khaki .shorts before the Olympic,' final and. fearful o[ disturbing the oarsmen. he whackrd oil a pair of trousers to wp:ir :i.i MiorLs without .saying •I hinf* about it. And Eforl^M's Mojle* ft bout rowing on thn Tiiuiues court* m the necessity of riding a hike along the bank wliilt* coaching ins tend of L 'imn^ in a launch. , , Al least Kl,right didn't huve one tHl/iculty that plagued the Italian ocusiucu. Two of, them «oi into an argument during pnu-- tice one day and alter nuicli wavlnp pud yelling, one Jumped out of the shell and swam ashore. Ky, who do^Mx't nuclei 1 ;stand 1 tali AH. still \voiulerjs what H was all about. JIAYTT. Mo., June 25—'I,1ie Haytl Juniors defeated the CarutherfivHl* Juniors yesterday afternoon at C«- rulhersvilte by the acore of 6-0 in •A game that was called lit the end of eisht lunln^s of A dowii- potir ni rain. The Jnnlors a rc boys between th« ages ol 13 and 15 and are spon.sor- ed and managed by Sam t>oys and would TO play other Junior teanu In (hi,^ area. The Hnytl Juniors meet the Hly- theviile Juniors on the Hayti Ftrid in a lwl]i»ht game Wednesday. boards, guards, Davis, two Green Bay^ Kvan Vogcl.s and Rulph liave the racing bug now. Tliey'll race for the Lime in i hi- Whinebagoland Marathon ftt Neenah, Wi-s,, next week. . . , It'.i to understand liow they couW .stand the rough water bumping, but how the heck can even one Packer Riiard ?.et into a 12-fool ou'lMiard boat? Canadian Open On Last Lap with Harrison in Lead In Ihr Swim E>:ri Dkldlo. the excitable lowrl- j lufwrr who coachrs, the Wpslmi I Koiihirkv basketball team, probnb- i ly woiilrt deny tills, bill .some guys | who were thne say U is true. , . j Diddle wn.s ron duct ing a co;u p hniy. j clinic and \IMU^ his (roslmion to i drmon.sttftK 1 plays, . . One bis kid was coins; through the molion.s on th<* pivot but kept grttlixt til* bands tmil fec*t Inngleri - - Finally Uuetr Ec 1 . looV over. . . "Van -ioUn be able to handle Ihe ball with both hands on the pi vol. son," he cx- nla Inert kindly, "You're n collctc? player now; you gotta be Rrnphi- Shin Is ami Shell* Andy Retninlck. who's get tine a big hand this 5ftn.son for hi.s cau-h- iUR and hiltlng for Uie Phillies, worked out with the TiReis In 1040 and didn't net a tumbler from them. The next .spring: he followed a iieLnliiinr. Kddie Lnknn to the Knoxvtllo Kmoklr.s camp at hl.s own rxpen.sp and rnueht on with thai club. . . Jimmy McGec who trains Larry MacPhiiil's race hoi'.se.s, also condition* Ihe .siring owned by Art (Pittsburgh Stoeler.O Rooney. Best Pat ton Hall c cf Home Runs — Kiner, Pittsburgh,! Lloyd 1G. Musial, St. Louis, 14. Stolen bases—Robinson, Brooklyn, 15., Brooklyn 11. Pitching—Scwcll, Pittsburgh, 4-0, 1.000. Branca, Brooklyn, 8-1 .8B9. Strikeouts — Spahn, Boston, 58, Branca, Brooklyn 5L. Veeck Answers [Report on Sole of Cleveland Indians | CLEVELAND, June 25. " — Re. ports a group of businessmen want ; rr> buy the Cleveland Indians were champion from Pine Bluff, and Dis- I ?? sc1r "? d as "«mversRllon which 1s Oxbuni of Dallas in successive i llltpy ! ° rc i uai » convei ; satl011 " yes ' -ounds yesterday. \ tvr **>' by r '^^nt Bill Veeck. Other quarlerfinalisLs are Alex Weilford and Lxtu Fnqnin, misfcricd •etei'ans from Memphis; Ste\'e Potts of Memphis. John PlciU of Los Angeles. Ken Crawfoi'd of Dallas, and defending champion HaiTourt Waters of New Orleans, all seeded ilayers. Dorris p Westbrook 2b .Sptariley II Smith 31) Crowe Ib Childs rf Totals Trimble Opposes Bill To Abolish Poll Taxes WASHINGTON, June 25. W,— Rep. Trjmble m-Ark) Is one of a minority House committee group opposing H bill to abolish poll taxes i a requirement for voting. The minority of the Committee j House Administration says the proper approach is through a constitutional nmendmenf. The committee voted, n-7. to recommend the bill. Rep. Trimble said he believes (he bill Is a clear infringement of Ihe constitutional provision giving states the power to determine qualification of electors. He added, however, he opposes the poll tax and will support the proposal to submit the constitutional amendment. The Cleveland Plain Dealer said a syndicate would make nn ofTcr "In Ihe near future" of about 12.000,- 0(t(). Sports Editor Gordon Cobbledirt: identified one of the group as George Creadon, president of the SlancJanl Brewing Co.. here. Veeck. reached in Columbus. O., 9.heic he made a speech Thursday lii^ht, .said he hoard rumors of the plan about 10 days or two weeks ago. He said no one has approached him. tr they do. he added, he will cive his standard answer—thai the club is for sale if they meet his price. "It's a pretty good price loo." said the Tribe proxy. "It'hasn't come down a bit since last fall, when [ also read we uere about to sell | Francis 3b Lipfortl Ib . Alexander S l.nyson If Hall 2b HutchetMin Pollard ct Elliott p . Glisson rf AB . 4 .. 5 .. 5 .. 3 ., 3 .. 4 .. 4 .. 3 .. 3 AB . 5 . S . 5 4 .. 4 .. 4 .. 2 .. 4 .. 4 TORONTO. June 25. Wi—Slrly- -six golfers .«cl out in pursuit ot K J. (Dutch) H:\rrison today in tho final round of the Canadian Open championship, but less than half. . .. ....... a dozen had any hone of calchintf Wonder how his cms can .stand It? him. The slow-talking pro from I-itlln Rock, Ark., has knitted together three .straight sub-par rounds of S6-61-7I for a M-holc loin] of 204. Thi.-s give.s him a three-stroke lead going inlo the final tour of St. George's par 12 course. The closest Ihreat u-a.s Dick Metz. a veteran tournament, performer Irorn Virginia Beach, Va,, who ran? up his third straight 89 for a 207 total. Jerry Barbce, Los Angeles and Fred Hawkins. An- ttoeh. III., were tiext with 2fJR's. The rest of the field, cut from 100 to 66 (or (he windup 18 holes, included such standouts as Jim Turnesa of Rlin.sford, N.Y.. and Jhn Ferrirr o[ Chicago, with 2!0's, and Totals 37 8 With the Courts Clayton Ilejifner of Charlotte. N.C. the U.S. Open nmnenip, with 211. Wet Grounds Halt Play In Hayti Softball Loop HAYTI. Mo.. June 25—The Hayti City Soitball League games, usually played on Friday night, were po-up'ined la-st night because of we' grounds. Four teams comprise the league wilri Ihe Jnycee.5, REA Oddfellows and Fourth S-.rect Tavern each sponsoring a team. Circuit Court: „ Trial nf civil cases in the Chicka- sawfoa District of the Mississippi i Circuit Court win be resumed here Monday by Circuit Judge Charles W. Light of Parngould. Court was in recess yesterday and today. Cases disposed of this week Included: Hrnry Thompson et al. vs. George W. Barham; verdict lo plaintiffs for S350. Giro Pope .vs. Ed Ha.skott. etc.; verdict for 5-100 lo plaint in*. Charles Bright vs. H. IJ. Perkins ct al : directed verdict for the defendants, % drains W. Hudson vs. Lion Oil Co. ct al.; no"-suit, on motion of plamtlft. f'ha ncery: Edna Mae Frank.s by her mother. Era Waits, vs. Cranford Franks, .suit j for divorce. 2 More Mexican Jumoers Rejoin Old Teammates NEW YORK. -June 25. fAP)—Two more major league ba.sehall plsyprs five-year suspension. 1 ; havr been lifted were back with tl-.clr o'tl chite Irulay. Mickey Owen, (he former Brooklyn catcher from Spring field, Mo. rejoined his niato. 1 : in FMtLsbm ^li. He rionnrri H uniform night, warmed up pil< hers in the bvillpcu and watchrd the game from tiic bench. Mcanvthilf. In SL. Ijouis, pitrher Fred Martin slinrd a contract w'rh the Cardinals lor $1,500, the figure he v;a.f. mnkine when he skipped to the Mexican league in 1916. BLYTHtVILLES ONLY W lull's the Motor? lieofriplton we've seen late- M i Wilmington Journal) Rhl's lirje about Rocky Graziano'.s hair looking as il had been combed by tho blade of an outboard no tor. . . . And, .speaking ot out- NEW KII Opens Week l>»jra 1:1X1 p.m. Matinee Salurda) St. Xund*; SiU.-Sun I 9.m Cont Showtnl Manila, Ark. Sl.uwi EVERV NIGHT Saturday 'DESERT VIGILANTE" with Charles SUrretl Also Short* SATURDAY OWL SHOW "JOHNNY APOLLO" with Tyrnne I'ower inrl l.liirla Darnrll Also Sh»rU Sunday and Monday "MR. 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Hay«« \Varnrr News A- .Serial, i :h»plfr 4 of "BATMAN & ROBIN" B.ix OfTirf Opens »t 7 H'wk Nljhi* Show Slants at 1:19 >fntinee Siitlinlay X- Sunrfa^ At 2 p.m. with contintinin ibawlnc. Salurrlay "DEADLINE" (,'arscm Al Terry Oil. I 1 ' of "KKX AX!) R1XTV" SATI'HIIAV MIDXITK SHOW Slurls 10:15 p.m. "FOR YOU I DIE" Calli.r Itnn-m Paul I.An^Hon Shorts & .Mirnrla; BROADWAY'S No. 1 STAGE ! PLAY IS NOW ON THE SCREEN! COMEDY wilt .\tarsnl C.rahame anil l>r>nalil .Mrrk "Son nf tlir (iiiardsman No. 4; Also I'nrlrion "LAW OF THE WEST" .tnhnny Mark Brown Car Inn n nnil Sori:il King of Ine rorr^l WRESTLING "ALONG CAME JONES" will, l.nrrtt.i anil Carv Cooper I.OWKS'I ADMISSION i'KICK ANYWHKRK! Reserved Seals un Sale al Ihe l.«)>;iiin Arena from 6 p.m Kvery Monday Monday, June 27 ADIM.TS 50c — {.HII.DKKN 15« New SUrling rime 8:15 HOX SKA'IS Lie KXTKA DICK TRACY'S DILEMMA" «1Ch H^lph Bvrd id Kay Chriiloplirr .MyslrriiMi'. 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