The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 1, 1946 · Page 8
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 1, 1946
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BLYTIIEVILJ.R (AUK.) COUKiftK NK\\'S Feller Pilches No-Hit Game For Cleveland Teammates See lowan A Candidate for Highest Hurlers Honors KY CARI, LUNDQUIST . United Press Sports Writer NEW YORK, May 1. (UI'I — TTriere was every reason in Ihc wovM today to believe Hint Hullct liob J"»ller of the Cleveland Indians go down in'baseball history 'the. greatest pilclier of them nil. The homespun Iowa ylowboy made such an aim seem reasonable yestcrdriy when he pitched !\ I to 0 iw-hit, no-run game ngninst the greate£t array of sluggers now operating, the New York Yankees. One game doesn't make a career even if. It Is a no-hiUcr, but there W|is plenty of evidence behind this one to back up the b'-'lief thai Feller would go on to much greater heights. He was no "Johnny come lately" to Hie Hall of Fame. When ho knocked on the portal yesterday, tlie doorman was there to let him In M a member In good .standing. . It was his second no-hitler, tho first having come on opening day in 1940 when he stood of the Chl- e»go White Sox without n hit. liut It was the eighth time in his career Hint opposing bailers had been virtually helpless, since he Drawing Cards "I hale selling knocked out in Ihe first Inning—Ihc shower water's never hot until the flilh." Crucial Games Develop Early In Southern n Y K(ti.,\fin United Tress Spar Is h»d. hurled six one-hit Irlumps in ATLANTA. Gil., Mny addition to the no-hllters. New Orleans moved int< It was his 20111 MB league shut- |°du.v for n three-name ovt and his iHlh lrlum|)ti since fit broke In as a 17-year-old Rid mith a sizzling fust ball and little else in 1936. Day of Vindication , Malinger Lou Boudrcnu. himself ». hero in Feller's remarkable performance, knew that this might be Bullet Bob's day of vindication Mid he told him 'so in the warm up period '"This may be your day. Bob." he said. "Give 'em all you've eot." l^ller didn't answer until he tnok lb« mound 'Rnd then be lot the «Jccptlcs have It. Down through the lineup of fearsome hitters- Writer 1. (UP> — Memphis fiKlit ror loj> jilacc in (lie Southern Asso- Both teams, idle last riiuhl. wcr c led for first plaee with 11 victories ind five defeats and were set for > series Hint shoved promise of >eing as heated :is if it were the ast week of the season. Last nit-lit, bad wenllier left the Pels and the chicks without :i rjjance to squeeze into Ihe Jeiul. Mobile was rained out at Memphis iind I lu< New Orleans-at-Liitle Uock Binnn \vas postponed because of wet ({rounds. In Hie ollirr livo emues. Niish- villc defeated Atlnntn. n lo 5. and Ftill Rizzulo. George Slirmvciss. Tbmmy Henricli, Joe DiMngfglo, Clharlej- Keller. Nick. Etten. Jod Gordon, and Hill Dickey—lie burn- «<j his fast one. sizzled his curve. Not since 1919 when another Cleveland pitcher, nay Caldwell, turned tbe trick, liad a Yankee lean! gone hillcss. Ami Die batters Mllei- faced were as tone'' M any similar combination of Yankee "murderers' " down through Uic years. But not one of them got the »emblance of a base hit and he Struck out 11. Only two of them. PiMaggio nikl Gordon, got the ball out of the infield. All the otTiers were retired on strikeouts grounds balls that a busy crew tymdled capably. Feller walked (jve, often by being too careful apd a sixth man, slurnwciss, t:ot W via a ninth innug error by first baseman Les Fleming. The American League's other premier pitcher, Hal Newhouser, suf- • f«red his first defeat at Boston ylieii-thc Red Sox topped the Ti- ^trs. 4 to nothing on Joe Dobson's three-hitter. Dobson gave ny it;singlp to Eddie Lake to start the p»me then held the Tigers hltless Until the ninth when Hank Greenberg and Dick Wakefield hit singles with two away. Senators Win 3 In 2 • The Senators won a tight game from th e White SON at Washington,^ to 2 when Buddy Lewis drove tyi the winning run in the seventh with a double to give Rnc Scarborough his second victory. The Athletics won a slugging bee . from the Browns at Philadelphia, 12 to 8. getting off to a last star!. With four runs in tbe first inning. Irving Hall, who drove in lour runs with two hits, paced the winners. Ed Head of the Brooklyn Dodg- ws, wbo pitched a no-hitter a week »go yesterday, ran bis string of scoreless innings to 17 before the Cubs scored on him at Chicago in the ninth, then went on to win in the llth off relief pitcher Hugh Casey, 2 to 1. Singles by Eddie Waitkus. who Marled both rallies, enabled him to score the tying and vvimiiti^ runs. Emil Kush gained his third Birmingham beat Chattanooga, to 6. The Vols four in the hopping on for H hits, Baseball Standings soiiTiii;uN Memphis New Orleans Ohatlanooga . Atlanta . .. Nnshville . .. Little liock . HimitiiKham Mobile W. . II . II in o n c St. Louis . Brooklyn . Boston . Chicago . New York Cincinnati Pittsburgh Philadelphia t; H 1 8 5 11 :) is NATIONAL I.KAdt'i: W. L. 9 -1 8 4 .108 AMKKICAN LI:AGUK .K'ili .5»:i .417 .•117 .365 Boston . .. New York . Detroit . . . Cleveland . •SI. Louis . Chicago . .. Washington Philadelphia W. . 11 5 5 7 r> n 5 8 3 10 li Pel. .180 .(H3 .S8:t .500 .'l(>2 .385 .a 85 .2:11 Kentucky Derby Field Narrows To 16 Starters Trial Runs Are Made In Louisville Over Rain-Soaked Track. Ky OSCAR KKAI.KY United Press Sports W.lter LOUISVILLE, Ky.. May 1. I UP) —The 72nd running of the Kentucky Derby was narrowed to n probable field of 1(1 today as result of n jlnx- ritlilen Irlul run by William Hells' Rlppcy over a muddy bit of horse highway which speller! the finish for three hopefuls. The victims apparently were Calumet Farm's In Harnest. J. Graham Unjwn's Double Slam and Hat I'rice Hcatlley's Menever which fln- l.sliBd seventh, cifjlitli and last re- .spcctlvrly as tho l()-borse field splni- . tercel Us way through the mile test. | The two bin ones, Maine Chance i Pni-m's favored Derby enlry of Lord ' Uoswell ami Knockdown, were (die as William Hells' Rlppcy did » broad-Jump at the wire to beat out (he chosen Spy Snnw from Dixiann I-'anii. It was strictly a chime In n nice in tvlilch the winner never has gone on lo cop the lli-rby; but exclusive of In Earnest, Double Stain and Muiiever. it apparently didn't discourage the rest of tlie field ivliicli finished iinywlicre from four to H lengths away from the pair of strufjRliiiK front runners. So with only three dnys to wait. Ihc Held for the SlOO.Ono mile ami a quarter American horse ractnc classic was narrowed to an evident 10. WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 1910 Fat and Sassy These were the two Maine Chance favorites another stnblcniutc. made It three out of series with Atlanta by four Atlanta pitchers scorini; three runs In Ihe first and five in the fourth !/> win Ihc game. Southpaw Forrest Thompson was the starting and losing pilcher for Atlanta. The Barons had a field day against, the Lookouts, blasting the home team for six runs in the third, three In the fourth and four in the ninth, while Ray SntlciTlclcl and Francis Manheim were holding challnnooga lo six hils. The Lookouts promised competition in Ihc third by equalling the Unions six runs but Manhclm relieved Sat- terficld and held ' them scoreles.; Ihc rest of the way. Besides the New Orleans-Memphis game tonight. Mobile plays at Little nock, Atlanta at Chattanooga and Birmingham at Nashville. for Ihc Cubs in a vcliei Pirates lopped Ihc Phils at victory ole. The Pittsburgh, 4 to 1 when a wild throw -by pitcher Totiuuy Hughes produced two runs In the eight!'. to break tip a pitching battle with Ken Gables. Bob Elliott doubled home ih(, third run of the Inning. Boston nt Cincinnati and Ne'.v Vork at St. lams in Ihc National were rained out. Yesterday's Results KOIJTIIKRN LEAGIJK Mobile nt Memphis, rain. New Orleans at Little Rock. rain. Nnshvillu I), Atlanta 5. Birmingham 13. chattanuoga G. NATIONAL J.KACiUK Chicago 2. Brooklyn 1. it innings I'iUsburgh 4. Philadelphia 1. Boston at Cincinnati, wet grounds New York at St. Louis, ruin. AMERICAN I.KAOIJK . Washington ;i, Chicago 2. Philadelphia 12, St. Louis 8. Boston •!, Dctroil n . Cleveland 1. New York 0. Perfect Bahrain, along with A. c. Ernst's Alamond; Mrs. R. D. Patterson's Ahvorth; King Ranch's Assault; Dave Ferguson's Bob Murphy; Lucas 13. Combs' Dark Jungle: Foxcatchcr Par;n's Hampden; n. w. Fielding's Jobar; Hobanet Stables Marine Victory: Hcadlcy's lone I hope. Pellicle; E. S. McLauRhlln's Canadian entry. Wee Admiral, mid Brolile Farms With Pleasure. Hahrain Wins l-)asily Perfect Bahrain, a two-lime start- which won both races in easy Today's Games v SOUTHERN LlwVGUK Neu- Orleans at Memphis, ntyht. Mobile at Wlllc Rock. Atlanta at Chattanooga. UirmiiiKhnm at Nashville. NATIONAL I.KAOUK Boston at Cincinnati. Bvooklvn at Chicago. New York at St. Louis. Philadelphia nt I'itt.sburgh. AMERICAN I.EACUK Chiratjo at Washington. St. Louis nt Philadelphia. Detroit at Boston. Cleveland at New York. Read Courier News Want Ads. | THE REALITY CLINIC Margaret Dccn Smith, Owner i Ingram Kldg. Phone 3214 Upon what meat doth Dizzy feed that he has grown so fjroal? Yes, it's Jerome Dizzy Dean in the flesh—and how in it! Once \ (treat fastball pitcher, now a ra- [ dio sports announcer, taltes his; expanding frame into Sportsman's Park, St. Louis, to try again a little of the exercise I wliid> kept him slim in the- old days, | Middleweight Champ To Battle in Memphis MEMPHIS, Tenn., May 1. (UP) —Advance ticket sales today indicated more than 3000 fans will see Middleweight champion Tony I SSiile make his first, apiwarancc In I the Southeast against Eddie Rossi,' Everett, Mass., here tomorrow i night. Zale and Rossi will enter the' ring overweight for the 10-round non-title bout. The fight will be Bale's last tuneup bout before his title defense against Rocky Ora- zlano In July. Eddie (Kid) Wolfe, former rank- Ing lightweight, has been signed by Promoter MIlo Solomilo as referee. by themselves there was a general feeing that some of the other candidates such as Assault and Wee Admiral, were not going nil out. There was Just too much ground between the leaders and the rest of the field, to make it creditable. Meanwhile, Hiinipdcn. the win-1 ner of the Chesapeake Stakes at Havre DC Grace, was booming into prominence on the basis of that victory. And yon still couldn't got away from the fact that Lord Boswell was Just beginning to run In the Blue Grass Slakes when he started to wall/ away from Pellicle. And if that didn't do" the trick, they were remembering in crowded Louisville today thai Knockdown was (he biggest horse In the barn when they made Maine Chance the winter book favorite. Champion Trains Again POMPTON LAKES, N. J.. Mny 1. (UP)— Heavyweight Champion Joe Louis, determined on a quick knockout over Billy Conn on June 19, opened his training camp hero today with a schedule calling for concentration on "punch sharpening." , Back In the same old camp where ho trained for nil of lil.s early eastern lights, except the knockout defeat by Max Sehmcllng, Louis was slated to work overtime on Ihe punching bags dally until Saturday when lie will begin boxing. WARNING OltlHilt In tlie Chaiucry Court, Cliicka- suwba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Claude W. Healey. Jr Plaintiff. vs. No. 9560 Mary I.ortne Healey Defendant. The defendant Mary Ixmne Healey is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court Read Courier News Want Ads. if RHEUMATIC.PA IN HAS YOU OOSINQ AND HOPING Then prove to yourself what effective rvsullt jim can get now tcitfi this medicine ** Open your own way toward deliverance others have enjoyed. Make, up your ininii you're go'mts to use something that gets to work on rheumatic pain. 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