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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

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!<!-• BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, APRIL 23, IfMO toerican League Forecasts True ' • R*4 Sox, Tigers And Y«ak*M Winning As Experts Predicted • -By CABL LUN'DQUIST .'JDiiHed Prea Sptrt* Writer YORK, April 23.—If the Red Sox, Detroit Tigers. New York Yankees play ball - the remaining 23 weeks of American League • season as did In the first, the 1946 cam- l»lcn will be a great one for the T Udd you so" experts. they ore running, one. fcpo, three with only a game sep- •nUnc the leading Red Sox nnd (fee third place Yankees, but what i> more .important each train is •Inning games exactly as It was atpected to and the weaknesses « each are cropping out accord- fctR to predictions. The Red Sox have won six and lot one. and as prophesied, arc crushing opponents with homers •M extra base hits to make up for *e lack of top flight pitchers and the defensive gaps In (heir lineup. Tbe Cape'Cod slueecrs have made 1 •vtn homers, 13 doubles, and ttiree triples in totaling 41 runs, hut the pitching has been anything but airtight and the oppo- *kxi has made 29 runs on 50 hits. The Tigers have won five out <f six names, mainly because I heir ace pitchers have mowed down the opposition, which has collccl- f4 only 32 hits for an overage of U3 per game. IJetrolt pitchers have scored two Autouts and the opposition was held to a lone run in two other tames. But the home run Is a lost art so far with only Hank Green- btrg having hit one. ..The Yankees, going for big •wrings at or old, have won five and lost two. They, too. have mnnectcd for seven homers to rlcl- TODAVS SrORT FA BADE Arcaro Shooting For 4th Derby Victory May Ride Lord Boswell BY OSCAR FKALEY Unll*4 fms Sports Writer NEW YORK, April 23. (UP) — Lounging in the tack room 1 at Jamaica between races, little Eddie Arcarn admitted today that he had received a bid from Main Chanel! Farm to ride one of Its big four In next week's Kentucky Derby— and indications were it would be Lord Boswell. I will fly to Keencland tomorrow to ride Lord Boswell in Thursday's Blue Grass Stakes and If'he goes good I would like to ride him In the derby." said (he little Jockey who needs one more victory to write derby riding history. be the fourth tor Eddie. New Yolk liandlcappcr John Campbell and Florida's chnrlcy McLennan have picked him as (he one to beat, and such aslute trainers as Bon Cah- ron' and Ivan Parkc have called him the best In the classy group of Maine Chance three-year-olds. If he Is, Arcaro will brine It out. And if the colt wins Ihc Blue Grass wllli Eddie in the saddle they'll be a lough team to teat V'hen the band plays "My O'.d Kentucky Home" on Derby Day. Dark-skinned haidboot from Eddie. New]X>il. i native Ky.. has won Ihc Jaunt for the Juleps Ihrce times. He scored with Lawrln in 1938, Whirlaway In 1011 nml Hoop, Jr., last year. That ties him with the ancient Isaac Murphy, triple winner of (lie gay nineties, and Earle Saude. Arcaro should have had a fouvtn In 1042. That was the year when. as top contract rider for Green- dee, Eddie chose Ucvll Diver over Shut Out and Wayne Wright brought Ihc Diver's stableinntu home in front. The Maine Chance four pose a similar and worse problem, because Mrs. Ellzal)cth (Ardcn) Graham's stable has a possible winner In either Lord Boswell, Kno^cdown, Colony Boy or Star Pilot. Eddie can't decide between Lord Boswell and Knockdown, the two he favors most. The problem, however, may not be left to him. "I don't know which one thr*i: want me to ride," he said, dropping oue of the numerous crank letters he receives in which the unknown writer wanted to borrow $2.000. "I understand they have several top riders lined up to ride their Pelican Hitting Downs Travelers Atlanta Wins Over Nashville; Memphis Ourscores Mobile ATLANTA, April Heavy slugging by during the first 10 23. CU.P,) — the Pelicans; days of the' iwd games last nlgiii, Chattanooga edging out Birmingham, 6 to 5, ami Memphis winning handily from Mobile, 7 to 2. The Lookout* had one big inning against the Barons that was enough, scoring five runs in the second off Fred Clemencc. Hardin Calhcy, meanwhile, was limiting Birmingham to six hits and pick- lug up hLs second straight victory of tlie season. Jim MoClurc held Mobile at bay easily with seven hits. 'Hie teams switch today, chat- I.-i noon a playing at Atlonta, Nashville a' — ' ' in the Southern In first i Associa- the opposition at critical times. pitching has been spotty but defensive play lias held 1»j?n enemy run-making. ? Although the Yankees p]nye<l ~lfcelr first game without making • homer yesterday, a Ulg Inning paid off in a 2 to 1 victory Ifce Philadelphia Athletics at New Tork. George Slirnweiss walked, DiMaggio hit a line triple that Chapman couldn't hold and home with the deciding run «R Charley Keller's single in the ifccth. Pitcher Floyd Sevens >va.s J*)«ky at the start when Chapman's double produced a first Inning run fcut line fielding saved him-thereafter. .-. • Paul (Dizzy) Trout of the Tigers Aipllcated his 1945 debut by pitch- tag a shutout, blanking the White •ox at Chicago, 4 to 0 on six hits. Unity Higgins' two run double •Ijarted the Tigers to victory in the Kcpnd and Hank Grccnberg's triple produced another run in the third. j: .Tliree Red Sox homers accounted for a 5 to 4 victory over Wash- Mgtbri at Boston. Eddie Pcllai>rini Wt a homer in his first time up •e a "major leaguer in the seventh *• score the winning run. Bobbj poerr got a two run homer and Bud? York got one with tile •"Pty to give Mickey Harris Intc •qwport after Washington look ar «»rly lead. It was his second victory: ' Max Lanier . : : of 'the'.' cardinal? won his second, game, at cincin-.l iwtL, 4 to i/after St.'Louis batters gave him a three'run margin {•'the first inning. Buster Adams •pt two hits and drove in two rvns to pace the Cards. Billy Herman's 10th Inning single f»ve the Dodgers a 5 to 4 victory Wer " Boston at Brooklyn. Pclc Beiser made four hits, driving in tiro nms with a double in the ••nth to tie the score. Relief Ktcher Hugh Casey, third Dodger •Kiundsman, was the victor. The Giants, going heavy on colts and they'll make the choice, Arcaro attded. "If we were contract riders, the oldest boy In |x>int of service would get his choice. This way, it's up to them." Eddie admitted l-hnl his selection to ride Lord Boswell In the Blue Grass Slakes Indicated they may over want him to be nbonrd the colt in the tterby. But it will have to show Arcaro plenty lo have him up ivlicn they run at Churchill Downs on May 1. "Sure. I'd like to have that record of riding four derby winners," lie smiled. "But you know there's more lo it than Just n record. You can't eat records." Which is what makes Arcaro une of the. greatest money riders of all time. "I wouldn't even go down there. 1 lust to ride in the derby if I didn't think I had n chance to win." said. "I don't want a stiff to ride just to say I rode in the derby. I want a horse with a real chance, or I won't take him as mv mount." Tile colt which worries Arcaro. as he contemplates ruling Lord Boswell in the Rose nun, is Knockdown. "That Knockdown is a bit;, tough, seasoned colt." he explained. "Thai's ulv.it you need for thtit mile and a quarter. But we'll hnvc to see first what Lord Boswell shows." Lord Boswell. a "throw in" when Maine Chance bought his dam, may Canny, Newman Are Disqualified Meroney Awards Bout To Lawson and Harrel After Rough Session Referee Mike Meroney disqualified Billy Canny and Leo Newman, giving victory In last night's lag match at the American Lesion Arena to Buck Lawson nnd Henry Hanoi. Canny lived up to his reputation as a villain but lie discovered last night that even with Meroney you can "go too fur." Harrel nnd Canny won the toss of Ihc coin to start off the first full of the main event. Ilnrrcl Proved lo be fully as good as recommended. He was fast and thoroughly enjoyed the rough stuff. At one time in the first fall he had both Newman nnd Canny out of tlie ro|)cs. He tagged his partner, Lawson, at intervals to rest, up and after 10 minutes or so started Hi! rough with Newman ami Canny. In all it took Hand 15 minutes to pin both Canny and Newman. In th e second fall the tide of battle changed to the Canny-Newman side and things went from bad to worse for Lawson and Harrel. Newman got Lnwson's left ami numb he couldn't use It by beating It over the ring roircs. In 10 minutes Newman hnd pinned both Lawson and Harrcl. The third fall wns .the point where riot cleccnded to mayhem. Canny got Meroney down and roughed him up considerably. Then Newman raised Harrcl over his head nnd dropped him across Canny's outstretched knee. It was here Meroney became so "Infuriated" he rushed to Lawson and Harrcl's corner and raised their arms signifying victory for them. The preliminaries were much cleaner than the main event but equally as fast. Toward the end .of the first bont Harrcl had Newman almost out with flying tackles when suddenly Newman managed to get his fists up and let Harrel run into them and knock himself out. In ' the second preliminary 1 , Lawson look Canny in seven minutes with a body pin. Canny started Ihc choking and beating right away, Lawson, although groggy, goi in n couple of well placed punches and won the fall. place tion. Tlie Pelicans have looked like Ihe Yankees against Little Rock in pounding for extra bases Just at the right lime. Last night second baseman Vernon Thcolc and Pete Layden, cen- terfleldcr, hit homers to keep the Pels tied up with Little Rock, and then the sluggers came through to push a run across In the last half of the ninth to beat the Pels, 5 to 4. Thcolc had also hit a homer Sunday and Layden a triple. The timely hitting plus mediocre pitching has given New Orleans a, record of eight victories and two defeats to put the team one-half game ahead of Atlanta. After last night's win. Atlanta considered Itself the luckiest t*am of the league. The Crackers were oulhit, 12 to 7, but managed to wlii easily over Nashville, 6 to 2. Atlanta had also lucked out on Nashville in the second game Sunday, scoring six runs on only one hit. which coupled with last nights ] victory gave them a fortunate; Cleveland . split with the Vols. 1 Philadelphia Birmingham and Mobile, appar- j Chicago all nlpht fran^c 8 8 Baseball Standings SOUTHERN LEAOUi: W. L. New Orleans . ... Itfcmphls Atlanta Nnshville . Chattanooga Little Rock Birmingham Mobile 1 9 NATIONAL LKACIIK W. L. Brooklyn 5 1 St. Louis 5 1 Chicago 3 2 Boston 3 3 New Yoi k 3 3 Pittsburgh 2 4 Cincinnati '2 5 I Philadelphia 1 5 I AMERICAN LEAGUE 1 W. L. Boston 6 1 Detroit 5 1 New York 5 2 St. Louis 3 3 Today's Games SOUTHERN LEAGUE Memphis at New Orleans. Chattanooga at Atlanta. Nashville at Birmingham. Little Rock at Mobile. NATIONAL LEAGUE Boston at Brooklyn. New York at Philadelphia. Chicago at Pittsburgh. St. Louis at Cincinnati. AMERICAN LEAGUE Detroit at Chicago, Cleveland at St. Louis. Philadelphia at New York. Washington at Boston. IN TIIK PKOBATK COURT KUt THE CHICKASAWBA DISTHK'T OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. In Hit Matter vf the Estate of I-ena, Gray, Deceased. Irene Gray, Executrix. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the Last Will and Testament of l^na Gray was probated in common form by the Probate Court for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, on the 20lh day of April, A. D. 1946. An appeal from such probate can be effected only by filing a petition, stating the grounds of such I appeal, with this Court within six (61 months from the date of this notice. WITNESS my hand and seal this 22nd day of April, A. D. 1946. T. W. POTTER. County and Probate Clerk By Elizabeth Blythe. D. C. G. E. Keck, H. G. Partlow, ' ' Attorneys for Executrix. • 4123-30-5J'' CASH BUYERS for YOUR PROPERTY! For a quick sale see me. I have buyers for homes. List your property with me. My commission is 5'/<,. I have no sidelines. H. C. CAMPBELL Office 120 So. Second Phanes 446 or M30 ANNOUNCING the FIRST of a Complete, New Line of FINE Personal Aircraft .286 . .1671 1 to r Beat .'the'", Phils.., lit 'iPhiliidclphia. scoring all .their runjivin the 'sixth' and seventh. The Phils made 15 hits, but blew a 3 to 0 lead anrt left nine base runners stranded. Babe Young drove in three runs with three hits to lead New York. There were no oilier games scheduled. • • • Yesterday's Star—Eddie Pella- jjrini. whose homer in his first lime at bat as a Major Leaguer after relieving the Injured Johnny pesky, gave Boslon a 5 to 4 vie- Ye'sterday's Results SOUTHERN I.KAGUK Memphis 7. Mobile 2. • ChntdinopEA 6.' Blrriitnglinm 5. AllBiiU'r 6; Nashville 2. New Orleans 5, Little Rock 4. NATIONAL LEAGUE St. Louis 4, Cincinnati 1. Brooklyn 5. Boston 4 tlO innings.) New York 1, Philndcuhin B. Only games scheduled. AMERICAN LEAGUE New York 'J. PhllndDphin 1. Boston 5. Washington 4. Detroit 4. Chicago 0. Only Biunes scheduled. extra base hits, made six doubles lory over Washington. rtmd Courier Newt Want Under Our'New Policy LANGSTON-WROTEN'S Will Be Closed On Sunday We wish to announce that we will be closed from 6:00 AM Sunday Morning until 6:00 AM Monday Morning each week starting Sunday, April 29. We will continue to serve you 24 hours per day 6 days a week. We Carry a Complete S1»ck rtf u. s. Tiitr.s Langsfon-Wroten Co. 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