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TUESDAY, APRIL 2C, RLYTHEVTT.T.K (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEI* Rip Sewell Allows Cubs Two Runs But Wins Easily Bio 2; Mel Parnell Blanks Senators showing By Joe Relchler f (Associateil I're.ss Sports Writer) Truetl iRip) Sewell, the old Cub killer from 'way back, signs of "slipping" at last. The 40-year-old "blooper" expert of the Pittsburgh Pirates actually allowed the Cubs Uvo runs last night in pitching the Bucs to an victory over his "cousins" from the Windy City. Sen-el! was tapped for 10 liit.j,* but \vao effective in the clutche-s' to legiMer his second straight U'i- ntniih over the Cubs this year, ami bis ninth asaiiLrt only one loss over a tv.'0-sca.son stretch. He shut out the Cubs l-o in the seaMin's opener last v/eck. Sewe'.l's lifetime record against the Bruins is phenomenal. He has whipped them 35 times in 54 decision.-, for better than 25 per cent of his overall 139 triumphs. Bucs Tic For Second The victory put the pintles into ihree-way tie lor second place Sports Roundup Huth tullrrluD Jr. HOW THEY STAND NATIONAL LEAGUE Feminine Fans Use Slippers to Sock Obnoxious Matmen in Legion Arena W, L. Pel. New Y>,rk ., lirovkhl licsloil Pitl.-.rn:i nil SI. Louis Cim-iiir.all PliH;\cleJ|>lii;\ .571 AMERICAN l.KAOUK NEW YORK, April 26. MTi—Eddie Lojmt, tlie "hot weather" pitcher who already has won '-wo chilly games for ihe Yankees, isn'l fooling around much with the knuckle bull lie tried during drills .."My prob- Now Yivl'k Cleveland Detroit . W 6 5 fi 3 3 , 3 20 Chicks, Paps Get Cage Letters Coach Fisher Names 10 Senior High, 10 | Junior High Athletes i Basketball coach James Pixhcr yesterday itiniountTd a list ot 20 Pel. .8JV .1 i .625 .601) Jilgl, .600 , (Unities SOUTHKKN I.KAGUK W. b. vrftn Brooklyn and Boston, a half- j \ em j sn 't getting it over tlie [ilste." explains red-headed Eddie, "but making it do .something four out same behind the National league pacc-scll'mp: Hew York Giants. The Cubs dropped into seventh place. The Giants continued their winning wnvs, dcfentins die Phillies in Philadelphia. 6-3. [or their [mirth .straight victory. Clint Hartlmg allowed niru- hits in registering his second triumph. t Bill Voiselle, tall Braves' right• ilander. knocked tlie Dodgers out of first, place and into a triple tie for second by shutting out Brooklyn. 3-0. Jim Russell drove in Boston's fiist two runs wiih a third inning single and Earl Torgeson homered In tlie firth. It was a big day for New York and Boston [or the Yankees and Red Sox in the American League al.co won. Tlie Bronx Bombers, aided by n pair of costly miscue.s by Philadelphia shortstop Eddie Joost nipped tlie Athletics, 3-2, at tlv " Yankee Stadium to increase their league lead » full game over Chlc- tiRO's Wliite Sox. Vic Raschi. who shut out. Washington last week, yielded six hits, the same number the Yankee? got off loser Joe Coleman. Parncll Blanks Nat* Mel Parnell. young Red Sox southpaw, hung up his second successive shutout success, with a 2-0 triumph over the Washington Senators. He allowed only seven nils lo the Nats who have now lost seven In a row since, winning the season's opener. The at. Louis Cardinals routed itieir old ]inx. Ken Haffensberger, •}> with i four run blast in the second ~ Inning and went on to whip the Cincinnati Reds. 9-3, in » night game in Sir Louis. Rain washed out the scheduled game between the Chicago White Sox ana Detroit's Tigers. Cleveland and the St. Louis Browns were not scheduled. of five limes.".. .Dr. George E, Bennett, the celebrated Baltimore rurgeoii, will be one of Hie princi- >al speakers when the first athle- .ic trainers' clinic on record is held at the University of Maryland June 10-11. Probably he should take the Yankee squad along as exhibit "A". ...Bill Quackenbush of Detroit, the first, hockey defenseman ever to win the Lady Byng trophy, for sportsmanship and "gentlemanly conduct," receives $1,000 along with the cup...In the good old days defense player likely would have been fined 11,000 for coins through H season without a penalty. Quick Frer/.e Joe Bedenk, Penn State baseball and football coach, has a pitcher on his squad by the name ol Joe Kelvington.. .For rather obviou. reasons, Joe switched it to "Kelvl nator"—that is until he heard a spectator observe: "that pitche. must blow hot and cold." On-Minute S|tor(* Tajr* Gene Hossiries, who was "drafted by the football Giants-, won't pla pro football because he has ju; received a new .scholars).Ip in Col umbia law school...If leagues continue their the pr bickering Gene may be more useful as lawyer than as R passer. While welterweight Tony Janii was on his recent visit to Englan meone asked him his weight,, ony. adopting very letnporaril e British system of counting, re ied: "Ten stone, two francs al wenty pence." End of the Line American Legion statisticians r oil that 13 of the 16 startli Former Greats Of Golf Qualify In PGA Tourneys NEW YORK. April 26-Wi—Glamorous names of professional golf's golden past were in the forefront of the field lining np today for the Professional Golfers Association national championship Richmond, Va.. May 15-31. Kitty-three players. Including several one time greats now off the fast tournament trail, won places lithe meet in scattered sectiona qualifying tests yesterday. Fifteen trials were held throug out the country—half of those ti be staged this week to determim the makeup ol the field that will gc after Ben Hogan's undefeated title The little Texan is recnperatin from a recent automobile accident Th« other district trials must, b staged before May 2. Horton Smith, a standout profef sinnal in Bobby Jones' heyday, pac J ed a field qualifiers at Detroit. H * fired a hot 72-69-141 lo lead 2 Michigan entrants. Two past national champion Craig Wood ot Mamaroncck. N. Y and Totiy Manero of Greenwicl Conn., were among those to their tickets nt New York. Jin Turnesa of New York was anothe qualifier with 148. Paul Runyan. twice national P.C A. Champion who was exempt, le Southern California qualifiers wit a torrid 6B-61-1S5 over the par- Bel-Air Country Club course al I, Angeles. Little Toney Pemia. the vctern iron specials?! was the best ni in the Cincinnati trials, firing i.ntle r:<!i-k . Atlanta . .. Bii iuiny;ham New Orleans tshville . . >oi!e Yrslerdav's Results AMKRICAN I.EAGUK New York 3, Philadelphia 2. IV-xion 2. Washington 0. Detroit at Chicago, postponed, iln Oi'!y games scheduled. o< I and junior high school eligible to receive letters •W (or the ma-ID season. .143 The list included tlie names of •12a nil 10 members of the Chicks' traveling squad and It) members of the I'apnoscs who pluyeit the required number of quarters to qualify tln'ni lor letter awards It WHS open season on wrestlers last night and fans at the Memorial Auditorium took Advantage ol the opportunity to lukc |Kit shot... at a couple of performers hi Ihe tag match imifn event of the American Legion's wiestllng bouls, Drawing (In- from Inns wore Henry Harrrl] nnd I-Miiis "Piofe.ssor" Hull, who dropped the decision tn two nf the Welch brothers, liny and Jnck. on accmmt of their un- nccessmy roughness. Things not so iimrli out of hinid In (he laic Muges of the mulch Unit 11. I,. Halscll, Klytlievllle represent - atlve ol the Stale Alhletle Committee, had 'to move, in and slop the battle royal alter IS minutes ot the thord [all. disqualifying Hal! and Harrell and giving the malch to the Welch brothers. II was H'l'illl who rcully slnited of the third fall, disqualifying Hull the hub bub among the fans. Cnlli 111 to substitute for Jack Sleele. who Pebs Resume Winning Ways; Edge Pels 3-2 Aggie Linksmen Defeat Arkansas Golfers 5 to 1 NATIONAL I.KA<JIIK Boston 3. Brooklyn 0. New York 6. Philadelphia 3. Pittsburgh 8. ChlcRRo 2 migh'.V Si. lyOi.-Ls- 8, Cincinnati 3 <n!ghl> SOUTHKRN ASSOCIATION* Memphis 4, Mobile 3 n imiinss- ir.st gh'ne). Mobile 1. Memphis 0 (secondi. t,ml? Rock 3. New Orleans 2. Only x?me,s scheduled. 11 tlie 10 members of the Chirks to receive Inters, five me seniors and [ive will return lo next year's squad. 'Hie live seniors listed by Conch F'lsher were Captain It. H, nennie Cic-ntiy. Alvln Duclos. Charles Prunkum ami Eugene O'llrlen. l.ettrr vvinneis reluniinn lo next year's squad me .Sonny Ktires. Jim Berry, Klincr stone. Dick Held and Prank Wagner. Of these, only Iwo. | Stil'e.s and Kerry, were lliembci's ol the Chicks' starting lineup last season. Heny. along with Captain Hodge, was selected as members o[ the all-nislricl Three team at the district tournament in Jonrstxira Inst month. '1'he 10 nicnibei-s of the Papoose squad to receive letters are Nionlroe Holland. Tommy Mosley, Donald Gentry. Bcnnle Hay. Johnny Halsell, Joe Walls. Johnny O'Brlun. Roliert Harrison, Buzv.y Crafton and Shannon Langley. Onls- three of these. Walls, Cralton and liarri- son, will be lost to the Paps next year. lodav s Games AMERICAN I.EACI1E Philadelphia at New York, St. Louis at Cleveland. Washington at Boston. Detroit at Chicago (2). NATIONAL LEAGUE B< .st/m al Brooklyn. New York a t Philadelphia. Cir.dimati at St. Louis. Only sames Jones Hits Doubles PHILADELPHIA. April M 'A 1 ' It'.s double 01 nothing lor Willie IPud- Inr Head) Jones. The lookie third sncker of the Philadelphia Phillies has ninp hits for 1 hf season and ."seven ot tliem lusty doubles. SOUTHERN LEAGUE Night Games. Memphis a I New Orleans. Nishvillf nt Atlanta. Cha'.'.Hiioosa at Birmingham. Liule Rock at Mobile. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Ihe undersigned has filed with the Com itchers in the major league base- j missioner cf Revenues of the Stat ill openers u-ere graduates of Leion junior baseball. Two others, ip Sewell and Dutch Leonard, -ere reported to have been over ne age limit when the Legion pro- ram was organized 22 years ago... Big Bill Caroll. Oklahoma pole was reported liosplttillml in Dye bui-R, Trim., he drew fire from I lie fans when he appeared in I lie ring for his prrlUniniu y bout. wcuLlnR [lowing red robe and » mound That stalled it. And his nnti Unr- ri'll's treatment ot Ihe Welch hr tilers really git Ihe funs up In nrius Hancll nncl Mull took I lip flr.s fall ol Ihe mnlll event aflrr 11 wilt mill wooly minutes. And they hn< lo battle thi'lr way to the ilri-ss ing rooms as .several women spec t Mam pounced on them armed will .S|)lked-heel shoes The Wcli-h brothers won the ond tall In nine minute bin in >plte of this [he spectators cnntiti- ued their iitluck on llnrrcl and Hall. Hut by this time the undeclared war had calmed down lo only word slinging. The wild match Ruined in momentum In the third fall and thinking things had gone far enough. Mr. Halsell orderci Primoter Mike Mcroney. wlm was watching the rnMrh from Hie ringside, lo disqualify llarrell anrt Hall. And even after (hat it took the combined efforts of Meroney and Meterree 11. B. Brown, « good five minutes to separate Ihe enraged wrestlers lirown officiated In all matches and some of Mis decisions only ncldrd oil to the fire. Tn the two one-fall preliminar} By the AiswUlrd I'ifM l.lllle nock's Travelers lust nUhl enged their only defea of (he e^Min by li'iminfng New Orleans to -2. Mobile scored In (he 11th inning o beat Memphis, 1-0, and split a Imibleheiulri'. The chick* \vou the 'liencr, 4-3. All other Southern Association -lubs were idle. Charlie Olddens, 21-year-old Idiltuuidrr. clipped Ihe pclU-ans vines ns i.lttle Rock took the dual «ame ol the series al Nr / OrJfans. 1'he pels broke Little Dock's eight game winning slicak Sunday In the Klilcup o[ a doDbli'linirier. Joe Kniutl bunged out LI two-run homer, his third in Iwo days. In the fourth Inning, Jolninv firlcc Mrelrhed an ordintiry iwn bagger inlo a triple and scored Ultlc Uo<-k's Mist run In Ilir third on Jack .">nn- lord's lone lly, Al Mobile Ihe Bears loaded 111' buses In (hf Illh nf Hie second game | nnd Iteiuile 'niyldi- sli)glct1 Inline the. ' winning run. \ lloih Homer .lolinsnn iiml Rnv i Hiir-vlii-n hfiiM'i-crl (or tlir f:liK-i.-v ! h> the second Inning ol the llrsl I game CO1.LF.C1K STATION. Texas. Apr ;'6. til')—Texas A. nnd M. defeated Arkansas, ft-1. al golf here Yesterday, leaving the Iln7,orb»i:k» with Iwo wiin and two riefculs In South- we»i. Coixference competition. Duke Elsrnmann WRS Ire only Arkansas winner. He beat Jncii Darnell 2 and J. Other results: ncuton ll.ilton beat .lumes Moselcy, R-4; TravLs Bryan bra! Wnjw Murk.s. 6-4; John Hen i'y l)ea( Herman Htlles, i-'J: tlalloh and nryan beat Moscley and Marks J-1; Bmnelt and Henry beat El- senmann and SUIes. 3-2. Arkansas Is tied (or third 'Alii Texas aitilslUn In Ihe conlerent-r golf .standing*. H has I'J 1 .. point. tn ll'i lor opponenls. Texas lead with Ifl'j points ID <{":. by Thlinas Adams. Adnuis failed i chrrk the nipley rally an<l gav way In H. narger In the sum Inning. Road Courier Newi Want Ads, Number Miners Dcfcof Rip/cy, Tenn., Ball Club Tlic Niitiitici- Nine Indcwndciils nslierl a Hlpley. Tenn.. lejini lu (i R Smidny afternoon In Ihe Miners' Ill-si home Rtime ol Ihe sfiisnn, Hilly DM,mm led the Nlurrs lill- ling attack, biinclne oul thrre hits In five trlns Including Iwo triples drover Wlillt'r opened on Ihr mound lor the Ntncrs nnd blanked Ihe Tcmiessrans for five Innlnes befote Blvlng Wfly to Doc Bnrper in Ihe sevrnlli. Barger was sliowrrrri from Ihe h 11 ' by a rioluRe of Riplev hits In (.lie eighth and was rcllrvrcl NEW H.>v OUCIK Wri-ll Dnys 1 :OU p.m. Matlnre SAlurdny A Sunday SKI.-Sun, I p.m. Cant. Showing Manila, Ark. Sho*» KVKKV NKillT BLVTHEVILLtS OC ALL WHITE THEATRE, Show Start. Weekday! 7:1* f.«. itturda> and Sunday: C*ntlna«M •hawing from !:•• p.m. bnul.s .Inttk Wrlt-h dr*loi\tp<1 Hi\r- tell In nine ntlnnte.s with R sli-p over toe hold and Roy Welch de (r-nlrd linll In 14 mlnlllrs with : rloubir )nrk knife. Ttiosdn.v "THE JUDGE" with Mllhurn Slime & Thursday "THE BRIBE" ith Rnbirl Taylo im Slmrl* the 1st day o( July, 1648, and k> expire on the 30 day of June .1950. City DniR, Co. Inc.. Robert 1. Thompson, Applicant- Subscribed and sworn lo before me this 25th day or April. 1940. Beth K. Bunch, Notary Public. My Commission expires: 4-23-52. of Arkansas for permit to sell ant dispense beer at retail on the pre mises described as 216 East Main St Blytheville. Mississippi County. The undersigned states that be is a cHizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never aluter who tied lor first in the | been convicted of a felony or other iansas relays, busted two vaulting i crime Involving moral turpitude; loles—one of them Swedish steel j that no license to sell beer by the —In practice last, Wednesday. Then e quit "before 1 break my neck." lain Cancels Porker- SMU Baseball Twin Bill DALLAS. April 28. liPi — A scheduled baseball doubleheader \»- .ween Southern Methodist and Ar cansas has been cancelled. The games were postponed from Saturday until yesterday because of rain, and H rained again yesterday. Because Southern Methodist has no open dates, the games will not be played. undersigned has been revoked with- live years last nast: and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of this state, or any other state, relative to the sale of alcoholic liquors Application is for >;enn!t to be issued for operation beginning on the 1 day of July. 194S, and to expire on the 30 dav of .June. 1950 Mrs. Aitha Sweat, Applicart Subscribed and sworn to before me this 25 day of April. 1949. Mrs. Marshall Blackard, (SEALi Notary Public. My Commission expires: 3-8-53. RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. OF A Rat Discovers Better Way to Trap Canine foe COLUMBUS, Ohio, April 26. Wi— A rat discovered a better dop trap last night. Hotly pursued by Lady, a two- year-old collie-shepherd, the resourceful rodent headed into a space between two buildings. The rat KOI through but Lady stucX. Firemen, pnlirp and the Humane Society freed the doe three hours later. Heart Courier News Want Ads. 36-holc total if 143 over the par-12 a Caniiirgo Club Course. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the undcrsiRiied has filed with the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas for permit to sell and dispense beer at retail on the premises described as 101 E. Main St. Blytheville, Mississippi County. ' The undersigned states that he 1 is a citizen of Arkansas, of good I moral character, that he has never been convicted of a (elony or other crime involving moral turpitude: that no license to sell b»er by the undersigned has been revoked within five years last past; and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating toe laws of this slate, or any other slate, relative to the sale of alcoholic liquors. 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