The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 3, 1946 · Page 10
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EIGHT BLYTHKVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1946 17 Fajf Steeds Beady for Derby : 72»tf Kentucky Classic I To •• Run Over Stow ami Muddy Track. . ii i » ' LOOI8VILLE. Ky., May 3. (UP) '. fro«P«cts of an off track failed !• awnw -the field for the 72nd running of lh e Kentucky today and 17 Horses, the to face the barrier In the i since 1837, appeared to be Mn bets to go to the post tomorrow The field of 17 was, headed by three' Maine Chance Farm thorough- brad*. ; Fourteen owners decided to shoot | lot; this first post-war running of; the'classle, which will carry the , blfffst purse ever with an added value of 1100,000 . - The net value to, the winner if ill-'n go will be $97,450. V Mrs. Elizabeth Ardeii Graham. who lost most of her 1947 derby hopefuls in a fire at Chicago Wednesday night, named three of her original six nominees to start and the triple Maine Chance Farm entry is expected to go off an 8 to 5 favorite; when the barrier is sprung it (1:13 "EOT tomorrow. • Lord Boswell, Knockdown and Perfect "Bahrain will carry the cos- fwtie queen's colors in her first attempt to win America's premier horse race. ; Only one of the n probables, R. - Cardinals Need Mound Power Team Has Pitchers But They Are Not Up to Expectations. IIV CAR), I.UNIMIUIST Untied PTRSS Sports Writer NEW YORK, May 3. (UP)—Evl- dcnrc wns nmvnllnu today (hat the Cardinals aren't overloaded with pitchers after all and that manager Kdclle Dyer may have to make n left-liaii(le<1 bid for the National Lc.iguc pennant. | The pitching section was supposed to play the prettiest music Fred Russell, Nashville Banner—Hiimpdcn. Lord Boswell, Pellicle, (on the St. Louis pennant bandwa- Lord Boswell Picked to Y/in Tomorrow's Kentucky Derby LOUISVILLE, Ky., May 3. (UP)—Here's how the nation's Unf writers arc picking them to finish In the 1946 Kentucky Derby. Isl (Rip) Newborn, Cleveland Press—Pellicle. Lord Boswell, Hamndcn. George Krchblcl, Detroit News—Spy Song, lllppey, Lord Doswell. | Frank Graham, New York Journal American—Lord Boswell, Assault, Pellicle. , Henry McLcmorc, McNaughL Syndicate—With Pleasure, Lord Boswell, Knockdown. Leo H. Pctcrscn, United Press—Dark Jungle, Pellicle, ianl Boswell, Joe Williams, New York World Telcgram—Hiimpdon, Perfect Bahrain, Assault. Ted HusitiB. Columbia Broadcasting System—With Pleasure. Pellicle, Lord Boswell. Early Ruby, Louisville Courier Journal—lilppcy, Hntnpden, Lord Boswell. John Ctirmichacl, Chicago Dally News—Knockdown, Pellicle, Lord Boswell. Joe Aprclla, Chicago Times—Spy Song. Hampdcn, Lord r r dependable pre-war artist, has jiltched six scattered relief Innings { and Max Surkont, a fast-bailer, ' was sent back by the Braves with a sore arm after beln<f traded. Even without this quintet, Dyer lias found eight different starting pitchers for H games, but whal Hems significant is that only three foiitlipawif, Max Lanler, Howie Poland Harry Brecheen have start- more than once. Last year's bell-wether, right mdcr Charley Barret, was knockout 111 his only starting role Jerry McNerney, Ixnilsvlllc Courier Journal—Lord Boswell, Knockdown, Rlppey. Arch Ward, Chicago Tribune—Spy Song, Ixjrd Boswell, Assault. Jinx Tucker, Zaso News Herald—Kilbckdown, Lord Boswell, Spy Song. Bill Bloom, New York World Telegram—Unmudcn, Lord lioswdl, Pellicle. Sou Considlne, InU'vmitionnl News Service—Assault, Lord Boswtll. lion, but up to now there have been some sour notes from the "slinging symphony." That Is something conductor Dyer may be able to fly In a hurry ; because he lias enough first class 'inlent to experiment, and despite is lliroe strnlglu defeats the lean: Sec Taylor, DOS Molncs Register Tribune—Knockdown, IxDi'd llos- only n game oiil of tlic lend, well, Spy Song. , | Howover. up to now, rive youiif, Mnurlcc Shevlln, Clilcneo Tribune—lx>rd Hoswell, Assault, Perfect Bright linnclod war veterans who Bahrain. Oscur Fralcy, United Press—Lord Doswcll, Ilampden, Dark Lincoln Plant, Racine Form—Hampdcn, Ixjrd Boswcll. Spy SOUK. Lawton Carver, International News Scrvlcc-r-Lorcl Boswell, Knockdown, Hampden. Hugh Pullcrton, Jr., Associated Press—Knockdown, Hnnipdcn, Lord Boswell. Whitcy Lewis, Cleveland Press—Hampdcn, Lord nnsw^ll, Spy Song. Buck Weaver. Louisville Times—Lord Boswell, Pellicle, Hain)>dcn. Sid Feeler. Associated Press—Lord Boswell. With Pleasure, Assault. S. -we e Admiral, docs. nt figure to like an off track. But his trainer, Arthur Brent, said he would go if the track wasn't too bad. for the rest, the condition of the track didn't matter. They arc going out after the run for the Eddie Rossi Knocked Out By Tony Zale I MEMPHIS. Tcnn.. May 3. (UP) come rain, shine, snow « r i_M^l'dlewdThUlVaii>pioii''Tony'zn!c •Among the first to drop their entries In the Jimmy Smith, box today will be representing Mrs. Elizabeth Arden Graham, who will •hoot with three horses In her first attempt to win America's premier horse. ' race. The fire which cost her most of the horses upon which •he'!would have counted for the derby next year did not alter her plans to start Lord Boswell, Knock* l *v'n and Perfect Bahrain. Ti>" triple entry Js expected to go to the post as a 3 to 1 favorite. The Churchill Downs' track wan etoppy today with more rain fore cast and before the barrier is sprung at 6:15 <p.m. <EDTI tomorrow the poihg promised to be muddy. But. that wasn't discouraging the other tligibles. Before the entries close today these 'horses are expected to bo entered along with Wee Admiral fcnd Mrs; Graham's triple entry Rlppey. Spy Song, Pellicle, Hump- den. With Pleasure. Marine Victory, :Dark Jungle. AUunond, Bob Murphy, Jobar, Kendor, Assmilt and Alworth, 1 planned one mor c tuncup bout today before defending ' .his title against Rock Orazlatio in July and he hoped to be as effective as in six other postwar bouls. Baseball Standings SOUTUKKN LEACSUK W. L. Memphis . . New Orleans Chnttnnooga Atlanta . .. Nashville . . Uttle. Rock . Birmingham 13 11 10 10 9 7 had been expected to lie regular ncrs must he listed as liabilities. Johnly Bcaxlcy, freshman star the 1942 pennnnt-wlnning lean with 21 wins and six defeats, pitched and was batted out in thi. Cardinal season opener and has been sidelined since with a son nrm. Two other great prospect* purple heart wearers Howie Kris land John GnxLtlckl, ctin't be count ' ed on because of their war Injur it's. Krtst, who was top relief mm Pet. I" baseball with a .three-year re ,723 cord of M wins mid eight lossc. .611 up to 1943, has worked In onl .5S8.on e Inning to date. ,5C(i Grodzicki, carryhiR shrapnc .50:i wounds In one leg, hasnt bee .467 'used at all. Murry Dickson, atiotU .Ml Mobile 14 170 | Boston AMERICAN LKAGUK | W. L. Pet. Znlc, Gary, ind., battler, scored ' Ne ' w Ym .' k his sixth straight win since coming out of the Coast Guard, knock- NATIONAL LKAGUK W. L. Brooklyn 10 4 St.--Louis- 9 5 Boston 1 4 Chicago . 1 1 New York i> 7 Cincinnati 5 7 Pittsburgh 6 0 Philadelphia Pet .7H .ct:i .63 (i .500 .-162 .417 .400 ing out Eddie Rossi of Everett. Mass., In the fourth round of a scheduled ID-round bout before 3,000 fans lust night. Znlc dropped Hossl for a nine count in the second with ft short left hook to the head. He sent Rossi down for the full count In the fourth round, again with n left hook. Co-mannger Art Winch said plans ere being made for the other tunc- up bout, Yesterday's Results SOUTHERN LEAGUE Memphis 9, New Orleans 1. Mobile at Little Rock. ruin. Nashville n. Birmingham 2. Ailavfta 4. Chattanooga I. AMERICAN LEAGUE St. Louis 10. Philadelphia 3. Boston 5. Detroit 4 (10 Irminus.) New York 8. Cleveland 2. Only KMUCS. NATIONAL l.KAGUK New York 5, SI. Louis 1. Brooklyn 3. Chicago 2. Pittsburgh 8. Philadelphia 3. Boston at Cincinnati, rain. Detroit St. Louis . . Cleveland . . Chicago . ... i Washington Philadelphia 1:1 11 7 7 5 7 5 8 5 8 4 11 .813 .088 .500 ,4ii7 .417 .385 :.\ff> Ml Memphis Holds Two-Game Lead Chicks Pound Out 9-1 Victory Against Their No. 1 Foe, New Orleans BY ROLAND DOPSON lit winner last year. Rookie Fred! forthi Is the only right bander I y"'v ho has started, finished and on his game. Ihc llilixl frame for five runs. The game was called at the end of the sixth because of rain. Nashville pounded out a 17-to-2 victory over Birmingham with Vito Tainulls holding the Barons to seven hits for an easy victory. The Vols also collected 17 safeties off Warren Kanagy and Don Kerr. In the other game last night, Atlanta beat' Chattanooga, 4 to 1 on Bill Ayer's three-hitter. Mobile at Little Rock was rained ,out. Tonight's schedule lists Mobile iat Little Rock, Birmingham at Nashville, New Orleans at Mem- Bouth Brecheen was bumped yes- rtlny, suffering his third loss Balnsl one victory when the vlsil- ig New York Giants scored four nit's in the eighth to win, 5 to . Ex-Cardinal Johnny Mize dellv- icd two of tlie runs with a clutch ingle to give Dave Koslo, Giant imlhpnw, a four-hit victory. The Dodgers took over first place 'Ith a 3 to 2 victory at Chicago. Olan'V plUoher Bill, last night hurled a three-hitter at the New Orleans Pelicans to give Mein- phis a full two-game league lead. Jim won handily, as his teammates pounded out 11 hits for a !)to-1 victory. It was Voiselle's second start but he showed promise of following Bill Into the majors as he handcuffed the hard hitting Pels. Also, he gave manager Doc 'Pro- thi'o another pitcher to add to his starting list that now overshadows even the Atlanta Cracker aggregation that was said to be the besi in the Southern Association two weeks ago. New Orleans' Leonard Heinz was hopped on In the first, inning by Today's Games SOUTHERN LF.AGCE New Orleans at Memphis, night. Atlanta at Chattanooga, night. Mobile at Little Rock, night. Birmingham at Nashville, night, the Chicks for three runs and In phis and .a double he»der between Atlanta and Chattanooga at Chattanooga. AMERICAN LEAGUE Detroit at New York. Cleveland at Boston. Chicago at Philadelphia. St. Louis at Washington. NATIONAL LEAGUE New York at Chicago. Brooklyn at St. Louis. Philadelphia at Cincinnati. Boston at Pittsburgh. 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