The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 12, 1946 · Page 8
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FACE EIGHT BLYTHEVILLE (AKK.) COUKIKR NEWS FJUDAY, APRIL 12, 'l9'10 Baseball's Back To Old Standard - Yankees and Dodgers Return To New York With Old-Ttme Zip '. BY CARL M!N»Q(J1ST ... Unll«J Press Sports Writer : KKW YORK, April 12. (UPt — Me time baseball came back to the trig town today for the first time sinc e the 1941 World Series and coincidental!)' • the opponents aie the same as in that fateful year— the Brooklyn Dodgers and New York Yankees. Ill fairness to the guys who kepi the Major leagues fc'oJng during the Intervening war years, it must be emphasized .thiit there was haseba); of a sort from 1912 until 1945. The fans loved It, the boys overseas regarded it HS a cherished symbol of wlial they were fighting lor, and lire late President Roosevelt thought enough of it as a home-front necessity to give It nn annual "green light" to operate. ] But as the stars went away one by one to the grimmer name, (he brand of baseball grew progressively more interior until at the finish few of the IB major league teams would have been able lo do more than to have made a Rood race of It In a first rate prewar minor circuit. • Along wllh the return of first class talent and the prosperity thai riurked the first golden age of SIKH I in the era after the last war, there ,ar* Indications thai this may lie a most extraordinary year. There may be a new reign of wonderful nonsense." Throuhgmil tlic Spring training days ball players have, been jumping to the fabulously wealthy Mexican league, whose operators, the Pasquel brothers have more shekels than probably any of the major league owners. Some of the play- «rs have jumped back, making for a state of uncertainty where anything can happen and probably will. yesterday wns as good on example of what to expect as any. The Yankees and Dodgers playing nt Baltimore had a game railed because small boys swarmed on lo the field far a close look at their heroes. In Richmond, Va., the Cleveland Indians got help from ail electric light wire in beating the New York Giants. 4 lo 3. The •wire played a freak role. Pat Eeerey of the Indians popped up a high fly that looked like n sure out until it struck the wire and went foe a double. A minule later, Mick- .ey Rocco singled Scercy home with the winning rlln Van tingle Mimgo of the Gianls who WHS a "good boy*' last year and led Ihe pitching staff with H victories, got off the straight and narrow path and manager Mel Ott had to suspend him indefinitely for breaking training rules. And Joe DiMaggio of the Ynnks reported thai- he had a P»ln in the n*ck. That definitely gets things back to normal. It's a sale Viet th^l he'll be a "pain in the neck" lo «vwy pitching staff in the Amcr- caii league. WARNING ORDER !• the Chancery Court, Cliicl;a- w»bi District, Mississippi C'ouu- . • ty, Arkansas. UHlan Flo Savage Plaintiff, ' vs. No. 9537 James Savage Jr. and 1 James Savage Sr., his father and" natural .guardian.. .Defendants. 7 Tlie defendant James Savngc .lr.. • is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in j the caption hereof and answer the eofnplRint of the plaintiff Llllinn Flo Savage. Dated this 11 day of April. IS 10. HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk By Ffcida O'Neal, D. C. Ed B. Cook, Atty. for Pitt. C. W. Barham, Atty. ad Litem. 4>12-19r2G-5;3 TODAY'S SPORT I'AUADK Von Lingle Mungo Still Dodger At Heart, Even In Giant Togs NEW YORK. April 12. (DPI— Van . Ltnele (The OU1> Mungb, to differentiate from tin?- 1945 Van 1.in- gle (The Nc\v> Miingo, Is olf the black list li> Brooklyn today. Wearing the hated llannels of the New York Giants, old jingle jaugle has proved that once a Dodder always a Dodger. They know now that Van didn't mean It when he said he wanted to l» a Giant. The erstwhile Plalbush favorite has been suspended Indefinitely, by Giant Mannger Mel Otl for "break- Ing training rules." Oh wood old days of hotel escapades, fist tights. Imbibing brawls and fines from $200 lo $1,000! I*el him out of the dog house, follows. Van was a hero In Flathush tight from the start. He'd rear back and blow 'em down and—most Important—one of his first, victims 'way back In 1931 V.VIT tlmse New York Giants. In- lilted all.tlie other Kb- bets Field i-e<iu!ifniems. UK). They don't care much lor polsi- ami p:>i- Isli on the oilier side "I Ktr-vc Uro- die's bridge. Win the ball came and write your own ticket •••and Mtmgu did. He ted tin 1 leuKiu' in liiiilncs pil< lied In IDS' 1 In shutouts and in lOM In strikeouts. That was his hist big J-CHKOII, the IMIC ivhnri 1 In- I aimed seven men In a row lo tie Hie modern major league untrk, and it i',ot him down lii'ciu.se his support was lacking. "No .support," li'; muUriTd, and walked out on the eiui) in I'ltts- buiKh. Tliat cost him $200. but Van didn't seem lo mind, And the crili- ci.sn) of the fans wasn't for him. it was for the Dodger front otlur. They expected acts like thai from Van (The Old) Muugu, the fans did. I.Ike the time he missed the train wlille being convivial. "Let's hire an airplane. I'll drive and we'll bent the club home," Mungo told his inmi/.cd partner. "Are you an avnlator" he was asked. "Nope," Mungo said sincerely. "Hill look, the guys on this clu'l) ain't ball players but they play ball. I ain't an aviator, so why should that mean I can't drive a plane." He mennl it, too. Which is one of the reasons thai Mungo wufi a favorite with the peculiar spccie.s which aro Dodger faiui. That's why they couldn't understand Van Lin- g!c (The New) Mungo when he accepted a fee for doing odd jobs around tlie Giants' Polo Grounds In the summer of 104^. Outraged Brooklyn considered it the greatest bit of sin since a lifelong Democrat from Greenpoint was heard applauding Herbert Hoover in the new.srcels. Hoover wa.sn't only a Republican—ho wore starched collars. That combination, In Brook- Ivn, was equivalent to siding with j an umpire. So, through 1042 and 1943, before spending a year In the Army, and all through last season, Van Llnglc (The New) Mungo was spoken of In Greetipoinl In hushed tones. He not only was a Giant—he had reformed. Then Ciimc that' news from Richmond as Ihe Giants swung north, Once again It was Van Lingle (The Old i Mungo, f. heart-wanning incident which even made the butchers speak nicely to customers over the bridge :n lirooxiyn. meet Nelson In a special match in j connection with the animal Good-j all Round Robin Tournament which will >>c held In New York, May 30 to June '!•• The invitation was cabled lo Burton by Elmer Ward, sponsor of the tournament, who offered lo pay his traveling ex|>enses. BUilon also was Invited to play in the Goodall Tournament following the match. The match invllallon was prompted by Burton's recent critl- Nelson Agrees To Meet British Open Champion CHATTANOOGA, Tcllll.. April 12. <U.!M—Amt'rica's premier golfer. Uyron Nelson, said today that, he would be happy to meet the British open champion in a match in the United States this season and hoped that it could be ar- Bui'ton yesterday was invited to RADIO REPAIR 1 and 2 day Service on any make or rnodel Reliable V^rkmanship. ?HONE 2642 We Call for and Deliver Fred Callihan Electrical Appliance Co. Antliorlzed Motorola Radio Bain and Scrrice 106 So. First St. Phone 2611 When You're in a Hurry for That • CAR • TRUCK OR • TRACTOR (FLAT) 3 Service Trucks and 4 Tire Men at Your Service Hours—6 to 6—7 Days MARR'S AUTO SERVICE Ash at Second Street Remember—If It's for a Man MEAD'S Will Have It! s Getting back into Hail SchafTner & Marx clothes is like getting back to close friends—they're tlie same line, conlidciicc-inspiring clolhcs they've always been. The quality of these smart clolhcs is, as usual, stiictlj right— slvlc-\visc and otherwise! 'S 122 MAIN STREET Home of Hart Schaffner &L Marx Clothes , . . t-lsm ol the low woriny of Amcri-' c:ms In U. S. winter toui-nameiits. llu challenged Nelson lo conio to EngluuU for i\ inatch avid offered to bcl $000 of his own money he could bent the Anicrlcnn star. "I hope Burton accepts the invitation to play over liere ngai me In the Goodall," Nelson said. "I'd like to BO to England, too. but tliat cnn't be arranged riglit now because of my heavy tourna- inenl schedule." Refrigeration Service! Phone 415 We have an Expert Service Man to take care of your Refrigeration and Washing Machine Service; aiso Electric Motor Service. We also carry a complete stock of New Parts for all makes of Equipment. Work Guaranteed. Reasonable Prices. Tom Little Appliance Co. 105 West Main St, Blytheville, Ark. CHICK THEATRE i 'Where Happiness Costs So Little" Week Days: Start* at T p. at. Friday and Saturday DOUBLE FEATURE 'Racketeers of the Range' with Geurfje O'Brien "Adventures of a Rookie" with Wiley Drown and Alan Carney Also Cartoon Starling New Serial: "Raiders of Ghost City" NO SIR !! There is NO shortage in Concrete Products B uild with locks the C oncrete heapest Longest lasting-most attractive wall material available See us for free estimates. BLYTHEVILLE CONCRETE BLOCK CO. Ned Robinson MANILA CONCRETE BLOCK CO. Harvey Durham OWL SHOW "Mark of the Whistler" rilh KichHn! IHx anil Janls Carter Serial: "Haunted Harbor" Chant. 6 Also Comedy Sunday and Monday "Leave it to Blondie" with Arthur Lake as Daprwood Also News and Shorls New Theater Manila's Finest Saturday & Sunday, Mat 1 o'clock Sunday Us Tuesday Nljhts, 5:M o'clock All other nights, g o'clock Friday "CRASH DIVE" Tyrone Power, Ann Baxter, James Glcason, Dana Andrews and Dame May Whftty Also Serial & Comedy Saturday "TEXAS PANHANDLE" with Charles Slarl-elt SERIAL AM) COMEDY Admission Me anil 30c Saturday Owl Show j "Behind Green Lights" with Carol I.amlU Also Comedy Admission He and 30c Sunday and Monday "JESSE JAMES" Starring- Tyrone Power NEWS AND COMEDY DON'T WAIT!!! We Will Pay You The TOP CASH PRICE FOR YOUR CAR Drive In Today —Get the Cash! We Are Approved Blytheville Dealers DESOTO — PLYMOUTH and PACKARD CARS and carry a complete stock of Genuine Chrysler and Packard Parts OPEN 6:45: STARTS 7 p. m AIR CONDITIONED SEYMORE MOTOR SALES H. SEYMOUE—Owner For Prompt Service On Repairs Bring Your C;ir to Our New Location Corner Franklin and Walnut Phone 886 or 3524 4% FARM LOANS Farm loans made to fit your individual needs. Our re-payment privilege granted all borrowers. Let us explain our Frc-Paytn'ent Reserve Plan. NO EXTRA CHARGES - NO APPLICATION, APPRAISAL, ATTORNEY'S or CLOSING FEES and NO COMMISSION If we arrange a loan with you it is good business for us to make it fit your needs because farm loans are a good investment only when they are good for the farm owner, NOBLE GILL AGENCY Friday and Saturday 'Prairie Rustlers 1 Busier Crabhe Serial: "The Master Key" Also Shorts MIDNITE SHOW STARTS 11 p. m. , -w Thoroughbreds Tom Ne;i!, Kog«r Pryor Also Shorts Glencoe Bldg. Phone 3131 Sunday and Monday Continuous Show Sunday :ailoftheWild Clark On bio. Lorclla Young, Jack Oak:c Paramount News Also Shorts RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark: Box office opens at 7:0fl; Picture sliirls .it 7:15. Friday and Saturday "Tall in the Saddle" John Wayne, Klla Raines, Georsc "Gabby" Hayes Slli Chapl. nt Masfccd Marvel" Donald Duck in "Donald's Tire Trouble" Similar and "CAPTAIN KIDD" with Charles T.aufihton, Uanriolph Scott juul Barbara Viriltain Also Technicolor Short: "Naughty Nineties" and UKO News

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