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EIGHT lLUO (AHK.) COU1UER NEWS Dodger Pitcher Hurls No-Hitter Head Comes Through With Mound Classic Against BraVes Rickshaw Golf Mrs. Eddie O'Connor was told l>y her Rolf pro Hint relaxing is the secret of success in golf. Ho between strokes the prctly innlron enjoys the luxury of ii pneumatic-tired ride from tec lo ci-pen. "Gulf doesn't lire me at ail," she says. CARI. Pnss Sports Writer NEW YORK, April 24. (UP) — Ten years ago a Louisiana surgeon looked gt Ed Head's shattered left •rm and told him' he'd never pilch •cam. Today Hie courageous Dodger hurler was In the company o[ basc- W'l's big league immortals wlio b«ve hurled no-hit, no-run games. That surgeon was only unit rlglit because head never did pitch another game, as a soulhjmv, but wi'th the ticai t of a youngsier who wouldn't let Ills dream of becoming a major leaguer fade nway, lie Itarned to tliroiy with Ills riyhl hand. The best, witnesses of how well I he accomplished the conversion ino tiie Boston Braves. They were the victims o[ his 5 lo 0 no-liit triumph •t Ebbets Field yesterday, the fii ,t to be pitched by a Dodger hurli" since James (Text Cnrlelon stopped Cincinnati without n safe blow In April of 1940. There was drama in the fact that Head was out Miere nl all. Only • few short weeks ai;o in .spring training, his arm twinged with pain and there were anxious moments before he knew whether the soreness might end his baseball career forever. Only four Boston players got on base, three by walks and one by an error. Only one, Carve! (Duma; Rowcll. reached second. He was »fe on Pee Wee Reese's miscue «n<\ moved up on a sacrifice in _____ . the fifth. A ninth inning licKlon jfivc-hll threat ended suddenly when Char- ' ' ley Workman, who had walked was doubled off first base by catcher. Ferrel Anderson after Head »truck out Connie Ryan. " It was tliR successful end of WKDNIOSDAY, Al'KIL 2-1, i'.MO Crackers, Pels NewOccuponts For Baseball's fight to make good after tragedy •truck..him in 1935. Then Head was a clever sandlol southpaw for the - Ouachila Parish High School team at West Monroe. La. In a bus crash Head's pitching arm and shounder were crushed. The .surgeon, his uncle, said he might be. •ble to snve it. but that he was through us a pitcher. Head refused to give up. Like a baby learning to walk he learned to .toss stones with his right hand ! and soon got enough distance and accuracy to play ball again, lu 1S38 he got n professional job-, with Jackson. 'I'iss.. and moved to Abbeville of the Evangclinc League in J939. Filially he reached thc Dodgers and was just hitting his peak when he convinced army doctors his-arm was sound enough to he-, come a QT. anrt he led in mid-1 Nashville season .of 1944. Yesterday saw his first major Icn 1 Kue appearance with the team since he was released Horn service. And he might have been forgiven for not showing up at all. The night before he became tlie father of a. six-pound son, Rickey Dean Head. and he admitted lie was "in the; clouds." "I knew I had a no-hitter right •long," he said. "I got a little worried when I walked Workman in the,ninth, but everything worked - ; out. I was using a slider and •low stuff mostly. Boy, what a thrill. And incidentally, the Rickey in my boy's name has nothing to do with my boss, Dodger president Branch Rickey." There were 26,787 witnesses lo Head's history-making feat at Ebbets Field and most of them tried ic mob him with typical flatbush conviviality at Ihe finish. Ed Stevens' two run double in ttie fifth and catcher Ferrel Anderson's first major league homer in Ih,, sixth were the key of Ten- sive-blows In the Dodger'victory, thc sixth in a row after an opening day .loss. Thc Cardinals also kept pace with their sixth straight triumph after an opening -day defeat, beating the Reds at Cincinnati, 3 to 2 with two runs In the eighth to give relief pitcher Ken Burkhart the victory. Bert Haas and Eddie Miller of tlie Reds got homers off starter Ted Wilks. Claude PasseEiu of the Chicago Cubs turned in another fine pitch- Ing job. striking out seven butter"; and yielding only five hits in a J to 1 victory over the Pirates at Pittsburgh, phii cavcrretta. who doubled, score the wining rim in the eighth on an error after being sacrificed to third. Oscar Judd of the Phils avenged an earlitl defeat by th c Giants. topping them 8 to 1 at Philadelphia. Ron Northey's two-run homer high-/»vteri a three run first inning and the Phils added five more In the sixth. They made 12 hits. The Yankees moved Into a first Place tie in thc American League at New York by beating [lie Philadelphia Athletics, 3 to 0 behind Al Gettct's four-hit pitching. Nick Kttcn scored two runs in the sixth with a homer behind Charley Kel- ' ^TrC»ttl»«> neLiB^P !er who had tripled. It was GclU'lr, second win. Gnatd Priddy's three-run homer cupped in a six-run 111!) inning rally that gave Washington nn 8 lo •> victory iit Boston. The Mats lied (he score with two runs In the eighth and made five of their 12 hits In the big nth to gain their first win in five starts over tho Hcd Sox. The White Sox defeated the Detroit Tigers at Chicago. :i to'l on lulling by Hill Dietrich. Al neiiton's wildncss got him in trouble from the start, the Sox .scoring two first inning runs on one hit. licnton walked Hal Trosky with Ihe bases full lo force home a | Trnirmim Tucker, who had led olf with a double. A long fly scored Con Kotloway with thc second run. Cleveland at St. Louis was rained out in the first mnjor league postponement this year became of weather. Yesterday's star—Kd Head, ccmr- agctnis Dodger right han<Ecr, who pitched a no-hit, no-run. 5 to t) victory over tilt; lhaves in his first appearance .since returning from the Linny. Baseball Standings SOUTHERN LEAGUE, New Orleans 8 2 Atlanta » 2 I Memphis t 2 5 Chattanooga -I 5 Lillle Rock 4 tt Birmingham 3 7 Mobile 110 NATIONAL LKACillK W. I,. Brooklyn St. Lulli.'i Chicago . Boston New York Pittsburgh Philadelphia Cincinnati AMERICAN 0 ti .1 ...... 3 :i 2 2 2 I.KAGUK W. L. 0 2 2 Boston New York (i Detroit 5 St. Louis 3 Cleveland 2 Chicago 2 Philadelphia . 2 Washington 2 I'd. .800 .800 .178 .441 .•101) .300 .031 .1157 .«S7 .•l'J9 .286 :.>.tx .251) l';t. .750 .75(1 .714 .WO .285 .2511 .250 When Connie Mack Leaves A's Club May Go On Auction Block ISV OSf'AIt I'KALIIY United I'rrss Sports Wrilrr NEW YOliK, April 24. (Ul>> — A white elephant is a useless object—and the baseball fans of Philadelphia are finding it out today. Which is another way of saying; that when thc Inevitable realignment of the major tongue occur*, making one-team towns out of iiiicli non-s|>orling spots as Boston. St. Ixjuls and Philadelphia, the Athletics will be the club to leave Hilly Penn's town. It sounds ridiculous considering that the A'.s arc led by tin- beloved Connie Mack while the Phils aro jback of him. has been waving n wide open check book for veterans who can make friends of the Phils ultii a better brand of play while waiting for his farms to develop some young stars. There, too, the Phils have lefi I be phlegmatic A's far in the dust. With the astute Herb Pcnnock handling the reins, the Phis have- linked up 13 farm clubs. The A's own one. ^ Customers arc the life blood of any enterprise. They are In baseball, too. and the fans are tlie ones who are turning from the A's to the Phils. It was highly evident under the management of young during the recent city series when Yesterday's Results SOUTHKKN I.KAGUE Memphis at New Orleans (rauii. Birmingham 8. Nashville Ii. til innings). Little nock ;), Mobile I. Atlanta 12. Chatlauoopa 1 NATIONAL I.KAGIIK Brooklyn 5. Boston 0. Philadelphia 8. New York 1. St. Louis 3. Cincinnati 2. Chicago 3. Pittsburgh I. AMF.KICAN I.EAOIIK ChiciiOT :i. Detroit I. New York 3. Philadelphia 2 (ill! innings). i Cleveland at St. Louis, postponed, i rain. ; Uob Carpenter, a Johnny-come lately to the big tongue scene. lint visiting firemen who watched the A'.s drop six of their first, eiglu gomes insisted as thp Yankees polished olf their series thai Oonnis is the one and onlv factor which keeps iiu- club alive. But Connie Is Hearing 8-1. which is nulled a few bnnl.s beyond 'the allotted three score and ten. "And when Connie leaves tlie A'.s will be washed up in Philly," one observer insisted. On the record there Isn't much to choo.se between tlie two. The Phils in Ihe last decade have finished last seven limes and seventh the rest. The A's wore eighth seven times, loo. with two sevens added I" a sixth. Hut [he fans have shown already this season that they HIT for the Phillies. Tiie reason is that manager Ben Chapman's learn is trying and so is the management. The A's arc simply coasting, all the way through from ih e front office !<> lhe dugout. Mack, it was pointed out, went spring training knowing that he was strong in only n few spots. He had finished last in 1045, 17 nes from Ihe seventh place club. Yet. after eight weeks of training he had exactly what he had started with, making no attempt lo purchase or trade. The Phils, meanwhile, have been making an honest effort to lift thc calibre of their ball club and infuse a new spirit which will return major league baseball lo the ers'.- while City nf Brotherly Love. Carpenter, with the Du Pont millions Philllc bunt drew louder cheers thrill a homer by lhe A's. Oddly ennu»h, the A's swept the two-game series. But (he swing undoubtedly is on. The one magnet which kecpsi tlie Pitlronage divided i s thc fine old gentleman who runs the white elephants by waving a scorecard. When thc lose Connie, the A's wiH lie on their way out of Phila'del- phiu by Lhe sale route. As one. Philadelphia newspaperman explained it: "The only reason we haven't rap- prd the club is because of Connie. Watch us go to work when he leaves." They'll go to work—and the A's will be sold into some other :city. That is one bet which looks like a cinch. AMERICAN, I.EAGrr. Cleveland at St. Louis. Philadelphia at Washington. New York at Boston. Only games scheduled. $25 Reword for information enabling me to secure a 6 or 7 room unfurnished house. Contact E. V. (Buck) Tomlinson Phone 2,r!, r ) — 119 Kust Ash Tied For Lead Atlanta's Infield < Wilt Be Revamped For Game Tonight ATLANTA, Gil., April 24. (UP> — Atlanta was ready to throw a practically new Infield at Chattanooga today as the Crackers continued tlieir winning streak to squeeze into a tic for the Southern Association lend with New Orleans. Steve Collins, Inflelder purchased from San Antonio of the Texas Upline, was to be ready for tonight's Bamc, and Manager Kiki Cuyler decided definitely to use Charley Clock at third base, Collins will be a familiar second baseman lo most Southern Association fans, for lie hit .33K for Mobile two years ago. He will replace Jack Hollis at second and Glock will take over Harry Jenkins 1 hot corner Last night the Crackers moved Into a league tic with New Orleans by blasting Chattanooga, 12 to 1, white the Pelicans had (heir name with Memphis rained out. The Crackers had two big innings-six runs in the second and four In the fifth—as Chattanooga was being held to four hits by Lefty Karl McGowan. The Lookouts' Harry Brimkc was knocked out In the second and was credited with the defeat. In a close game at Mobile. Little Rock beat the Dears. 3 to 1, for the latter's fifth straight loss. Mobile has won only one in 11 starts. Tlic Travelers sneaked two inns across in the eighth to break a l-lo-l tie for Sid Peterson's first victory. Pat McGlothin was the loser. Birmingham finally defeated Nashville in a 14-inning affair last night, 8 to 6. after overcoming a four-run lead in tlie eighth and ninth Innings. Morris Jones, outfielder, helped the Barons by blasting out two homers, one with two men on base. Ray SatteiTield went the route for Ihe Barons, while Manager Larry Gilbert called on four pitchers Tonight. Chattanooga plays at Atlanta, Nashville at Birmingham Little Rock at Mobile and Memphis at New Orleans. Hall Of Fame NEW YORK, April 24. (U.I'.) — Rube Waddell, regarded by Connie Mack as jierliaps the greatest of a!l lefthanders, and all three members of Ihe Tinker-to-Evers- to-Chance doubleplay combination were among 11 okltlmer baseball stars listed today as new occupants of Baseball's Hall of Fame at Oooperstown, N. Y. The stars, most of whom had their greatest years before 1900, were chosen by Ihe Hall of Fame Committee in a meeting at New York. Six pitchers and two outfielders were named along with shortstop Joe Tinker, second baseman Johnny Evcrs and first baseman Frank Chance, the Chicago Cub inflctders who made the doubleplay famous. Besides Waddell. the pitchers were Clark Griffith, who hurled for the Chicago White Sox and now owns the Washington Senators; Jack Chesbro of Die Yankees; Joseph (Iron Man) McCm- nity of the Giants and Dodgers- Eddie Plank, another Athletics lefty, and Ed Walsh of the white Sox. Jesse Burkett of the SI. Ixnils Browns and Tom McCarthy ol Hie Boston National Leaguers were the outfielders. The committee also chose 11 baseball writers, 11 umpires, five managers and 11 executives for places on the new honor rolls at •Cooperstown, for non-players who contributed to the sport. Writers named were Harry Cross. William Hanna, Sid Mercer, William slocum. George Tidden and Joe Villa of New York, Cy Sanborn of Chicago, Walter Barnes and T. H. Murname of Boston. John Sheridan of St. Lo U | s and Frank Richter. Tlie honored umpires were Bill Klem, Tom Connolly, William Dinecn, Robert Emslie. Bill Evans, John Gaffney. Tim Hurst. Honest I John Kelly, silk O'Loughlin, Tom Lynch and Jack Sheridan. I Managers chosen were John I I Ward of the Giants, Miller Hug- Rlns of the Yi.nkees, Ed Jltinltm of the Dodgers, Frank Sccley ol the Cubs and William Currlgau of Ihe Red Sox. Tlic executives were E. S. Barnard, Kd Barrow, John Bruce. John Brush, Barney Dreyfus.s, Charles Kbbctts. August Hermann, John Heydler, j. A. (Uob) Quinii. Arthur Sodcn and Nicholas Young. WAKMNO OKDKlt In (lie Chancery Court, Oiicku- sawha Dlslrli:!, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Claude W. Henley, Jr 1'laintiiV. vs. No. 951JO Mary Lorlne llealey Defendant. The defendant Mary Ij>rine Hca- ley is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in tiie caption hereof and answer the complaint of tlie plaintiff Claude W. Henley Jr. Dated this U3 day of April, 1040. HARVEY MORRIS. Clerk. By Mary Lee Jarratt, IX C. Percy Wright, Atty. for Pitf. 424-5U-8-15 WARMING OKDKIt The defendant, Bessie (Bctly'i Mae Hammonds, is hereby warned to appear in the Crancery Court for Ihe Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, within Unity days and answer tlie complaint of the plaintiff. William D. Hammonds, filed against her in said court, case No. O53.'l, and upon her failure so to do. said complaint will be taken as confessed. Witness my hand as clerk of said for LUZIERS Fine Cosmetics Call Miss Friiucis Jones I'lionc WSfi or MM Today's Games SOUTHERN LEAGUE Memphis at New Orleans. Chattanooga at Atlanta. "Little Rock at Mobile. Nashville at Birmingham. NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn at Philadelphia. Boston at New York. St. Louis' at Cincinnati. Chicago at Pittsburgh. The Poultry Market as furnished by W. T. DAVIS Poultry Co. Hens — Today — Cox 23c 16c 1711 W. Vine - Blytheville * Insurance of every kind Phone 3545 W. J. Pollard Agency Glericoe Hotel Bldg. * Conner r we Wunt Ai» LOKKN'F.'S BKAUTY SHOP 1215 W. Slain Street PIIOXK 2812 Lorcnc Hamilton Georgia Hudson ALL MUSTERED Pepsi-Cola Company, I^ong Island City, N v * VanchiscMl Unifier: Pepsi-Cola Hollling CM. of Hlythcville We Specialize in Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Seed and Plants Wholesale or Retail Blytheville Curb Market 130 E. Main Phone 973 HAve YOU TAKCN THSH Of course you want your harvesting to go off smoothly. And that's why it's wise to take thes« steps now: Step I. Check your combine to tee what • parts are needed, Step 2. Make a list of thc parti needed. Step 3. Give us the list, or bring in your combine for service. V We'll have you all ready to go before cutting start». McCORMICK-DEERING MACHINES PARTS AND SERVICE DELTA IMPLEMENT COMPANY '' Blytheville, Ark. IcCORMiCK-DEERING MACHINES, PARTS AND SERVICE tit*"* OUT a A'£ THING I sure looked forward In ' :rasgcttingoiilof theseC.l.guiibt t and into a new fair of FLORSIll',1 i\l SHOES . . . but it looks as though llit 'duration' is here lo stay . . . at least as far as my feet tire concerned. ^jgpp*^ "/Is lhe fcllou'S nt the ilore explained it, alien you add the needs of returning ser- vicemeii lo normal civilian demand, plus Ihe difficulty of obtaining material and labor, you've got a logistics problem even FLORSIIE1M Jind's it lough to joke. It is a problem, but with your help it can be solved, if the shoes you are wearing have any service left, why not hold off buying new ones for just a little longer? Sooner than you think, new Florsheims will be arriving here in sufficient quantity to take care of everyone . . . and remember, Florsheim quality is worth waiting for. .rR , j ,'. MEAD'S 322 MAIN STRUT A)*> "*M ( <w court mid Ihe sral thereof Uils 2ndj diiy ol April, 1U40. HAIIVEY MOHKIS, Cloik liy Mary Lee Jarratt. Reid, Kvrurd »t Kay Attys. for PlHliitllT. Oscar Fendler Ally, ucl Lilcm. " UNBLOCK DIGESTIVE TRACT And Stop Dosing Your Stomach With Sv<la and Alkalizer. Hon'l oxpoct to Ret real relief from trl headadii?, SOUTHS I omaeh, (jiis ami bad f-'M breath by taking soda sine! other ;ilha- Ltl ]J7.c-rs if tne true cause of your trouble ia m In tii is case, your real I rouble is no tin thc&tomai-Ei ut :ill. Itutin llieintestinal 1 nic t \vhoro80', e of your fooii is digested. And when it tfeta blocked it fni(s to digest properly. ** \Vliat you wunt for real relief [3 not Bochi or an nlkalixcr—but .somelliirn; to "unblock" your intcstimil lr;u't. Something lo clean it out effectively—help Nature (;c-t !>;ii-k on her foot, H CIc't Carter's J'Jlls riuht now. Tako t! IJKMri :LS direct cvl. They gently iindeflec- £ lively *'imblot p k" your digestive tracU This permits your food to move along normally. N tit tire's own cIiKPslivcjukcsi fan tn(?njH?uc!i it. You net genuine relief thill makes yoii'feel really good ng:un, "(Jet Carter's PiH.sal any drugstore—• 21 iir." Unblock" yourinit-stiiLJil tract for real relief from indigestion. KAKY CHICKS 3 (o 5 ila.vs old—$1 to $12 per 100. Several breeds — Feeds, Founts — Feeders. .!_ ELKVATOR FRKD STORK! Broadway at R. II. Tracks SALE Concrete Culvert Tile Sizes 12 in. to 36 in. A, H Webb s Hwy. 01 ;i( State Line Phone: lilylhcville 714 CHICK THEATRE "Where Happiness Costs So Little" W«-k Days: Start. »t 7 o. m. Wednesday & Thursday DOUBLE FEATURE "The Adventure of Tartu" Robert llnnal. Valeria Hobsim "She's A Soldier, Too" -less Barker. Ida Moore Also Shorts New Theater Manila s Finest Saturday & Sunday, Mat 1 o'clock Sunday & Tuesday Nl«hU, 5:M o'clock All ather nights, 8 Wednesday & Thursday "PERILOUS HOLIDAY" with Pal O'Brirn NKWS AND COMEDY RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Box office opens at 7:(W; Picture starts at 7:15. Wednesday & Thursday '/PEOPLE ARE FUNNY" with J;ick Haley. Helen Walker, Rurty Viilce and Ozzic Nelson, Art I>inklcltcr anil Frances Lang-ford ALSO SHOUT AND NKWS OPEN «:«; STARTS 7 p. m AIR CONDITIONED Wednesday & Thursday "The Strange Affairs of Uncle Harry" with George Sanders, Geraldine Fitzgerald, Ella Raines News of (he Day Also Shorts

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