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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, July 15, 1949
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FAGK SIX BLYTHEVTLLl! (ARK.) COURrBR NEWS FRIDAY, JULY 18, l*4f NATIONAL Druggists Defeat Motormen 9 to 5; Show Fine Form Ky (ieorte Clart Courier News S|iorts Kililor oHave the Owens Drutflfisls finally found the rijjlit prescription for their early SH'HSUH ailment? 'Apparently so, for last niglit they won their .second i (tame of the season (both in a row) and this lime they picked Philadelphia one of Die City Softball League's big guns to knock off. The Druggists, looking like sm al-t- together different team from Brooklyn . St. Louis . Boston New Vork. PlUsbiirp" Cincinnati Chicago .. r.KAOUE W i, 48 31 .. 41 33 43 37 42 .18 3!1 36 31 AMKKICAX New York Cleveland the on* that dranued. it.s eighth game only two week* ago, sent the league standings into a merry .spin by pounding out a 9-5 victory over the pennant contending Blyllieville Motor. Company Molormen in the second eame of a league double header at Walker Park. j The hustling Drugsi.sts got to Motormen htirlor T»d Fisher for: eight hits, mast ol them wiien il hurt, anci took advantage of four i bases on balk and four errors to push screw Ilieir nine tallies., Johnny Hayjies \vaveri '. tu- bis bwt for the Drugisls. bansint mil three' singles in four times al b;it. j Mnloriueil (iel Ki^hl Mils The Molormen got eiiTiit hi's too, bin pcxir ficlc.ins hurl and hurl bad. It possilily was liie Motoi nien'.s ; poorest shou'ing afield. .They ^'t're' charged with only Jour ei mrs but every, one accounted lor at U-ast one run. The Motonr.en'K defewt coupled with •Plilllip.s Motor's 10-8 victory over Siillivan-Ncl.soji In nigiir's first fame sent the Furdmen into a lie with the Molormen for sea.nd place'in the league standings and increased Ark-Mo Po'.m-'s Iciitiue lead ivt'h a full game to H s^ame antt i\ half. The win advanced the I>riiggLsts another slcp a',vny from the loop's cellar t<i \\ithin two garnet of Ihe fiftti-plucc Hollumi In last nielli's first «;une Tom tvey of the Pordmen failed to have hLs'old .stuf; and so did Jack Whittle of Sullivan-Nelson and the Ptirdnjen made a tlnee-nin inning lead stand up. New Hurlfr Sliows Prnmise Iyey[ went all the way but had trouble with his usually sharp control a)id was nicked for five hits, one a-homer by J. C. Whittle. He yielded nine bases on balls aiid three ^errors by his team mates also hnrl. » Whittle started for the Chevrolet Boys "bui after allowing nine runs In the first three innings was pulled in'favor of Easley. a newcomer Sports Roundup by Hugh FulliTlun. Jr. Boston Detrosi Washington Chicago ,. St. Louis . .... 31 50 LKAfJUK W I, ., 51 27 .,,. 45 :n .... 44 :i6 ... 4:1 :js ... 4\ 40 .... M 43 SOUTHKlt.M I.KAfJIIB • "Hip DiipiiH 1 Dan Club, a ''persnickety" organization Unit -started from a Jine in Al Afjjinns sjwris Column could be about ;is big a <poi i.s projiKiiion mil tit nx Mietc is ui tlw past lo ycsr.s. \\ has {\\n\- fd nu-j- srjti>i1lJ-fi<>--atui don't /or- f;t't the figure is aurlirod lo the last LI-IH--io rhai'iiy. AM lhat mom-y re- pi r.^enri'cl ]>rotits I r o m various sports events. The l);i[j)jt>i Duns .xliijit' a S3f!.500 OIK-II unvvnvvnipiH. Jiijiit.s, inoU-ssian- jtl ami hjgh school football ta/ne.i, even an open-air operetta. And not »ne oi ilicfr )>ionu>iions evei has I">t jnutK-y. The fuinwous and eiilhu.-iia.stic j DD's art- sure of a profit before [he I tveiu Minis. ! "\Vi- always <*Jve thc sperlator-s Mnnt-Uiiuy lor their nitiiipy." Ab~ rums c\i>lninc'£j. "We (lout have to slut; (M'oplc anc3 uiakr them lake Uckrts; \liey like to buy tJieni." Abinins, foumk'r of tiie outfit \\ii.sirt ju tit; PC! cia|)j)oi' pnotigti to become- n member until he was elected pre.sidpnt of it two years fcgo. .Vo \\tuitifr he says tiie Dapper Daus ate persnickety. Smog mi the Diamond [ The Lebanon. Pa., North Atlantic [League ball dub, where indclendUly. ' r the pav'K i-s seven niilrs away in another town, was playing a tough i game the oilier night anil fans : weren't pleased with the umpiring between itmfng.s. Late in the contest A nevrspapei man called one of the '• limps over to the pre-ss box. "Did I you read about those Intcrstale , League Umpires who walked off the i field during a Ram* becai]?e Diey | said it was too hnt?" The scribe [ asked conversationally. T 1 ! Nashville BirminKham Atlanta Mobile New Orleans Little Rock Clialtanooga Memphis . W 54 . 4(1 . 45 . 4:1 .. 44 39 35 ,. 30 Osceola to Play Cotton Pickers Game is Scheduled For Walker Park Sunday Afternoon The Blythevllle Cotton Pickers and the O.sccola junior Legion nine will meet lor (lie second (line this season at Walker Park Sunday afternoon. The game Is set. lor 2:30. The game was originally scheduled to be played in Osceola bill was moved to Blythevllle on agreement by managers because the two lertms' first meeting was slated lo be played here but was transferred to Osceola on account ot rain. The Pickers will be out to revenue a defeat handed them by the South Mississippi County outfit in their first mrelrns and also to snap a l\vo ^anie losing streak. Manager James Kislier probably will call on Don Bunch, the lanky Varbro lefthander, to face Osceota S07Jwith Melvln Masketl probably op- Pet. .608 .588 .538 .525 506 .449 -183 i Pet .654 584 550 .544 .500 .434 .420 .308 Pel | S'JS .508 '. .520 i Ken Heintzelman and Del Ennis Shine as Phils Down Cards 1-0 By Jo* Relililer 4 AMWlatrd Press Spurls Writer j Boston's Billy Southworth could- : n'l see Ken HeinlMlman when he! selected his all-star pitchers, Souihworll) has nothing on thej batters. They can't sec him eitli- j The 33-year-old southpaw, who is] making a contender of the once-j feeble Philadelphia PhHiies, is pitching; Hit ball In Hip National League. He is tied'for most, victories with 11. He ijaj; IOM only three. He holds four decisions over ihc league leading Brooklyn Dodgers, i three over runner-up St. l»uis, and \ .501! .470 .357 Yesterday's Results NATIONAL I.CACHE New York 4 Pittsburgh 1 Philadelphia 1 Si. Louis 0 ChicaKo 3 Boston 2 Brooklyn 6 Cincinnati 5 "10 inning M A.MKKK'AN J.KA(;t'K Cleveland plnladelpliia 1 Boston 5 Detroit 't Chicagi li Washington 2 New York 5 S' I/>uis 0 SOr'lllKHN I.KACIl'K Atlanta 5-3 Mobile 4-4. [list game 11 innings. Birmingham 5 New Orleans 4. 11 Innings Little Hock 11 Chattanooga 7 Memphis 8 Nashville 4 Today's Games NATIONAL I.I:A<;IIE Cincinnati at Brooklyn. Pittsbureh at New York St. Lou'- at Philadelphia i night) Chicago at ilo.ston 'nighti AMKKICAN I.KACIJK New York a' St. Louis <nieho Philadelphia r. r-'eveland "night) Washington at Chicago Boston at Detroit SOUTHERN I.KACt'K 'All niglit games" Nashville at Memphis Mobile at Ulanta New Orleans al Birmingham Chattanooga at Litile Rock posing htm on e mound. But if Bunch is unable to go Sunday, Gene Shanks, a righthander, prob- ablv will get the -all. One -(her F'^th District League Conl~;t Is scheduled for the county Sunday afternoon. In Inat one. Manila will nl-.v bosl to the strong West Memphis-Marion nine on Manila's new field Manila will be after its second straight win f 'i this game. lAi\ora, which has been rather Uickless nil season, faces another tough test Sundaj' in Caraway. The Rodgers " ynch Post entry will go to Caraway for the tilt. Tn other league activity this weekend Marked Tree will play Caraway to Play Armorel Tigers Sunday Afternoon The Caraway Red Birds, one of (lie lop ranking semi-pro teams of Northeast Arkansas, w'ill oppose thc Armorel Tigers for the second time This .scit.Mtn. at Arinnre! Park Sunday afU'vnomi. Game lime is 3 o'clock. The Timers will bo seeking to revenue a -l-l lirkina dealt them by the Red Birds iii the two teams' meetina la.M week. Prank Ellis ,- ., , . , . . , ' a former team mate, allowed the worth las n.giu when he pitched TiRcrs t>ul thu>c si ,„ ,„ lhat the Phils to a 1-0 victory over Max ! g am e Uinlcr and the Cardinals. It v,n.s , ' , , ,. , . Ills third .shutout and his .second Jm ? " ra "; thc hl * •""""' soulh by a 1-0 man-ill. He blanked the !"*',' s 5lal «' Coe "?" im<l "'"'* f "' thc risers Siiuria.v. Hr is the leading pitcher of Armoiel's stalf. one over third place Boston. Heintelinan. a niuive o! Pevuque,> Mo., furtluT embai raxsetl Smilh- j | - . u ie , Braves and Chicago Cubs previous-- His llth victory, wiiich incidentally tied his best previous winning total, resulted when outfielder Del Ennis crashed his !3th home run with one out in the last half of the ninth. The victory advanced the Phils to within one Kame of The Braves, who were be.iten by the Culis, .1-2. Cards <iamp ami Il.ilf Back The defeat dropped tlic Rcdbirds a same and a hal! behind the Dodgers. who nosed out the Cincinnati Reds. 6-5. in a 10-inn!:ig struggle after tying the score :n the ninth with two imi.s. A single by Ark-MoSoftballers To Tangle With Hornersville, Mo. The Ark-Mo Power Kllowntters, leaders of the Blythevllle Y City Softball league, will play the Hornersville, Mo., nine at Walker Park tonight si 8 o'clock. The Kilowattcrs, who have lost but one game in City League competition, will be .seeking to revenge a 2-0 shutout defeat dealt them by Horuersville in the two teams first meeting at Hornevsvillc several weeks ago. Either Stewart GUrley or Billy Demon will work for the Kilowat- ters against the invading Missourians. Truman and HarrisburK Memphis will be at dav. to tht Sullivan-Nelson monucl staff, i savd '«>• "Then why?" Ihe .« Easlev pitched hitle.« ball Ihe rest i as «ct bitinsly. "donl you gny.s do ol thV way. He yielded a single In' lhc same "»"B?" Smog on a clear the seventh on a base on balls, a stolent-bflse and all infield out. | Billl Baker and Bob Mullen led | the victors at the plate with two j hit,-! eSch. Ed Bunch paced the los- j ers with three single.? in lour trips. • Mulcahy Hurls Chicks to 8 to 4 ,}^i Victory Over Vols Box score: Phillips Molars Nelson Phillips Motor Baker 2b Wixson ?s Mullen ef Dudos H Ketchum 3b Koontz c James It) Mitchell rf Hol!in?svvorih rf ... IVBJ- P Totals Sullivan-Nelson Lutes 3b Burnharn 5.S J. C. Whittle rf Bunch In Hicks c Day If Bevil! 2b J. Whiule p Easley p 10. Sullivan- AB R H • ..5 2 2 ': 1 ! 2 o: 0 0 o! J! 0 Art lor Arts SiiVe; Art Rooney, bo.=s of Hie PiU.^bingh Steelers and various other enterprises .spend? every Tuesday and Thursday evpning when he's iti town work ing at the refresh met) t ,s t and at a church bin^o party .Would you say Art gets a tanngo out of bingo? Hoyti's All-Stars Pin 4-3 Loss on Puxico, Mo.. Nine HAYTI, July 15 - HnyLL's Al!- Stnrs pinncil n 4-3 loss on Lefty Fi.shcr and his Puxico, Mo., Leam- miues here last night. F^i.shei^'.s support in the fh\sl Itin- inn was spotty and thc Stars chalked up two runs on a pair of h i I s a nci ib ree ei-rors. Puxicn tied il up in the lonrlh nm\ took a 3-2 lead In the seventh. The Situs came hack in their half of the seven tli for the winning rnn.s, William. 1 : was safe on a bunt and Mnrtin's lonR double got the Puxico outtieldevs. Roth scoml. Lou Weiss followed with a triple but was left stranded. Gary Blalock, 17 year nld Clark- tmi. Mo., hoy who was recently signed by the ^t. Louis Cardinal?;, went al] the way for the Stars. He walked three and struck- out a like number. The Stars will meel 30 10 6 AB R H ..220 Miners to Meet Brockett Team , From Missouri Tile Number Nine Miners, after having their scheduled game with Rv The Associated I'ress Hush and Hob Mover teamed up ; to jive the Southern Association's tail-end Memphis Chicks an S to 4 victory over tiie first-place Nashville Vols last.-night. 1 Mulcahy set the league-leader.*' boro. Ark.. Red Sox riou'n with seven hits. First sacker } Thrr.selay. Mover homered in the sixth to put' The Box Score: (lie Chicks into a lead' they never! lost. The Vols scored three tallie: in Hie • The iilnner-uu Birmingham R/r- j cms nipperi the Pelicans of Ne\v [Orleans. 5 to 4. in ll-innin»s. T'ie | Atlanta Crackers and Mobile Bears riplit a (win bill. The third-place Crackers took 11 Innings to win the opener. 5 to 4. and dropped the nightcap. 4 and 3. And the l.itlle Rock Travelers pasted the Chntta- nooiT.i Lookouts, II to 7. of the Trav runs came the Jone.s- here next s; Hayti j Radmer 2b Thomas cf ; D. Williams If Martin ss Weiss Ib 1 Hart rl Lent* 3b : Sexvell c Btalock p | Totals AB . . 4 . 4 . . 3 . 4 4 . 4 4 . . 3 4 Rackley and a double by Billy Cox. bolh off relief pitcher B\vell Blark- wcll gave Hie Dodsers their .seventh s'raiuh! trliiinph over the Reds at Erjbels Field. 'Hie Reds sot three runs oil Jnck Banta in Ihe eighth. Dutch Leonard, the Cubs' hard- luck knuckleballer, finally won a close one. At that, he had to bat in the winning run himself with a .single in the rishth. Johnny Mizc clouted bis Uth home run with one on in the first inning to Irud rhe Nc%v York Giant. 1 ? i to a 4-3 trinmpli ovrr the Fltt.s- btlrell Pirates. Thc New York Yankees. Cleveland fndians and Huston Flr-d Sox won their sanies as the Yankees retained thc-ir American Leayue tead ol live and a half games ovpi- the Indians. Allie Reynolds shut out the St. I Louts Rron'ii.s, 5-0. Joe nlMafssio and Gene Woodllng drove in two '•utLs apiece. I.crtmn D.JM-OS A's Bob Lemon won hn 10', h same for the Indians and rookie shortstop Ray uoone drove in three runs with a home run and lonsi fly n.s the tribe v.on it* t\inth same in thr last. 10 strrl.= with n 7-1 victory over the Phib.drlijhiw Athletlf ,s. The slninpiua A's dropped 'heir sixth in a row Joe Dcbson pitched (he Red Sjx to their eighth .straight vifftory a.s Joe MciCarthy'.s forces turned back the IXH'oit 'nsp/s. 5-2. Three bares on balls, an error by Eddie Robinson anri George Meth'.' ha.^e.s loaded sisrzle ^avc the Chicago White Sox four run.s the third hininii and hd!>ed them rt'etat the Washington Senators. fi-2. Sam Mele Uattetl in both Senator nin. 1 !. All eames were played at liLYTHEVILLES ONLY ALL XVHITE THEATRE Shon Slarts Weekdays 7:1)0 p.m. Mai v i Saturday :ui(l Sunday: from 1:00 i>.in. Kriilay & IDOl'HI.K FKATURE) "THE FIGHTING FRONTIERSMAN" with Cliarlrs SI.melt. Smiley Kuriiclle, and Helen .^luwi'e.v "PERILOUS WATERS" uilh Don Castle, Amlrey LOUR. y. ml Pcjvsy Kmutsen Spri;il: "Son nf the Cuardsnian" Ch:i[iicr 7 x Oil'it*f Oiieiib al 7 \Vteh N'i^ Sl]i>« St'.irti at 7;',!y .Milliner Satunla.v \ SuiiUa.v { \\.\i\. uilti continuous show Aridity and Salurday "WEST OF SONORA'' diaries Starred as "The Durango Kill" Serial: (-ha|iter 3 of "Son of the CuardMllan" Siilurtliiy Show "HIT THE ROAD" <vith the Dead Knil Kids and l.ittli- Toit^h Glly.s Also Shorts Holconib. Mo., cancelled, will meet n,e first inning. ,vhen Hal Simpson the Brockelt Store nine of Stanley, socked a bases-loaded home run. 2 1 1 1 1 3 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 Totals Oupn Dm; 9. Blylhevillc Mi-lors 5 Owens Drug AB R H Gtivlcy c 3 1 0 Yours Ib 4 1 1 Haynes 3i> * 2 3 Ward .« 'i Kelly T> 3 Reaznn II 3 Hay ;ih 4 M6.. in Siiinlev Suntlay afternoon. The Niners were slated lo play Hotcomb at Holconib Sunday but ' ] the game was ra-icelled because •' i Hnlcomb will participale in the u: Missouri semi-pro tournament at 0 ; Jefferson City. Reecc Moore, Nin- 0 i ers mana"er said. "I Cirovcr Whittle or Mcrkle Wil- 0 : liams will handle the ninund chore* i 0 for the Ninr-rs Sunday. Mnore said. — The Nmers were rained out in 5 their siar. v:iiri l.Mxora Snnilay 5 and ilropped a heartbreaking 3-2 flerisioil to thc Ridgley, Tcnn., nine In^t week. 3b Pour other hils. two hit batters.) Ihrre walks and two wild pilches; figured In the Travelers spree. •loe Krakaliskas threw away the' same at Birmingham. He uncorked [ a vvild pitch after leltina the Bar- '- Fowler ons load thr bases In the la^l of ' D. Chancy If ihe llth. The let Fred Jlatlicld j •score. Totals Puxico Boon cf Rhodes Andrews Ryan rf . Harty c . Fisher p Chancy AB . 4 . 3 . 4 .. 4 . . 4 .. 4 . 4 2 4 SAT. OWI. SHOW II !'.M. "BLACKMAIL" villli William Marshall, .Vclcle :Mara. Itiuiirdn ('ortc/. Srriiil: ".Mysterious .Mr. M" Nn. 6 Also (.'artoou Sunday & Monthly inorBi.i; i•EATCIIKI "SINGAPORE" with Kred M-AcMurr.v.v am] Ava <"rardniT "JIGGS AND MAGGIE" IN SOCIETY" uilll .lur Kcnie Ci;iui> and \Vanda .Mt'Ka>' Also Cartoon itnil I.ate Wnrlll NOB'S Sunday & Monday Jhey're burning the scandal at both .ends! Fred MacMurray iMaddeiue Carroll ""DON'T TRUST YOUR HUSBAND" Mil t^Kl Box Olllce OiH-iis al ):*• Show Starts HI 1:34) Friday 4i Saturday, "IN EARLY ARIZONA" Wild Bill Elliott Serial: Chapter e (if "1'HK LOST JUS01.E" SATt)K!>AY MI11MTK SHOW Starts 10:15 "JUNGLE WOMAN" Evelyn Ankers J. Carrcifl X;tish Also Shorts Sunday & Monday "GENTLEMEN'S AGREEMENT" Gregory Feck Dorothy McGuire John Garlield Warnrr Xeus & Serial: lipt. 7 of "KAT-MEN A KOBINSKY LINE DRIVE-IN THEATER II SIARHO AS AM I 2 Miles North nf Bl.vlhtvill* Box Office Ollcns at 6:45 Shoil Slarts 7:30 Friday .lanet Blair co-stars v.ith Red Skellun in "THE FULLER BRUSH MAN" Sahirdav ED SULLIVAN, noted column is. and television .star v.ivs: Dyer rf William.- Little It Co^k ¥»- Canatia M r',. her p Ha.-.-fit t Hawkins D.ll « Yesterday's Sports in Brief ^1 !) 8 AB R H ISv Hir Assn.-inlcd 1'rcss 'I i-niiis Cliu ;iLo Tancho Clonxalcs and Frrsp.k Payki'r. {115,1 anri srcond- •tedrd. advanced to semifinals in n;ui'vn:il i lay courts tournament. N'eu S'linhrr Voik -Gilbert Johnson. Mrtliru'^t acr pas-ser. term the Ne\v York tif the All- America foot- ri'renlly uiulcr- it;on so That lie e tin---' as '.veil had one more at SMU. Ne\\- \ni\: nrxt a SCHENLEY richer, mellower because it gives you OLDER WHISKY*" That's Right— It's the 1949 Nash Airflyfe! • Only in ihe Nash Aiiflyle can you gel a]| (hi; volue 4 oil these fcolgrcs — Complete streamlining . . . l-p| e ce wfndshielcJ on oil models , . . Unitized Body-anrf-Frame . Twin Beds . . . Ihe Uniscope . . . coil springs on alJ four sheets . . . V/eolher tye Condilioned Air . . . over 25 miles on a gallon in thc big Nash "AQQ 11 at average highway speed. Com« in, Iry lhat AirflyJ» ride now in a 1949 Nash "5QQ" <^ 1949 Nash Ambassador. SHELTON MOTOR CO. e yc-iir nld whisky, skillfully hlcruletl with quality grain ncmral s rithcr, SATUHDAr I,ATK SHOW Starts 11:00 "CODE OF SCOTLAND YARD" ivith Oscar Homolka SUNDAY Monday "RACHEL AND THE STRANGER' ivilh I.nrclln Yoiitij; anil Robert .MHrhtim NEW .Mature' ^Lllllrda\ A- Suiida.v >^un l n.m l.'iint Shutting Manila, Ark. Sl,.ni> liVKKV MUH'I ni rktnrn uiuicw SS PROOF THf STRAIGHT WHISKIES BLENDED WHISKY * TH1S PRODUCT ASE 3 Y CASS OR '/ORE OL? 3i'» STRAIGHT WH15KV, 65-', GRAIN NEU1 SAl SPIRITS, lO^o STRMGHT ^--5KV5vr».S30lD ]0»iSTSllGHT WHISKY 6 YEARS OLD iS^i STRAIGHT ilSKY i YiARS OLO. COPR. I'M, SCHlNLtY DISTRIBUTORS. INC., N.Y.C. •>av It \\ilh THE FLOWER SHOP FOR SALE < um-rrlc culvcrls I- inch Lo Ifi inch plain or rrenforrcrt Also Cnnrrelc Kuildlns Hlorks clitap- er ttinn liimbrr for h.irns chicken liinisrs pi) nip Houses, ir until limisr. 1 ; tnnl shctls \\f deliver <•«» us foi (rcc cslim.Ht . . ninne SJtt OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO. 'KEEP 'EM FLYING' Rllil anil l.uu C'nstcllo Saturday 'FRONTIER PONY EXPRESS" will! Hoy Kojcrs Aho SImrls SAT I KDAV O\VI. SHOW "MAKE BELIEVE BALLROOM" ivilh Jerome Courlhnri and Ruth \V,irrirk Also Sliorls Sunday ci- Mnnitay 'LITTLE WOMEN" with June Allyson Peter Lawford, Margaret O'Brien A ho Shorls

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