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April 29, 1949

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1949 BLYTrrKvn,r,E (AUK,) COLTRIKR NEWS PAGE SEVEN 1 HOW THEY STAND Williams Bangs First Homer As Bosox Rout Mackmen 12-5; Al Brazle Checks Pirates 4-2 By Jack llanrl (Associated I'rrss SporU Writer! American League pitchers, beware! Teri Williams has (oiind the home run range. While rookies Johnny Groth Hud Jack Graham and leannnaic Vein Stc|)hens battered the fences, Teddy had to he content, with singles and doubles. Now he's back In the groove. Williams had a bli; day yesterday*- wiLh his lirst homer, a single and thiee walks (or a perfect day aj-iinsi Philadelphia. He drove in five nuts dining the afternoon's fest'.vit.et at friendly Fenway Park. Lrfd by Williams, the Sox thumped the A's. 12-5, for a clean sweep of the uvo-jianie set. Now they move on to New York for an important .srrit\s ivjth the Yankees. The Yanks wanned up tor the Boston scries by downing \ l.-'ii. 6-H behind Ed Ijopat. The chunky lefthander, supposedly slow starter in the spring and sreat hot weather pitcher, now has won thrcr straight. (•rulh Hits Grand Slammer Hixjkii-s Dick Kryhaski, with two singles and a triple, and Gene Wnortlinp with a .single and triple Ird (lie n1l;ick on Rae 5carl>orou<ih for Hie Yanks' eighth win in 10 starts. Gioth and Graham each hH thei t.-,in:lh Siome runs as the St Louis V Browns whipped Detroit, 9-6. Grolh * eot his with the bases loader), hi.' second itinnd slam, lo send the Tigers out front in the third inning. Both Slan Fiojek of the Pittsburgh Pirates, hit on the head at St. Louis Wednesday night, and Bol> Elliott of the Boston Braves, in- Sports Roundup br Hugh Jr. NATIONAL Brooklyn Boston Piiubii'sh New York CincimrU: St. Louis Philadelphia . . A.MM 111 CAN Ne'.v York Cleveland Detroit B.jslon W 6 fi 5 .ft 4 4 .01)3 .(iOO .500 .441 I .2711 LEAGUE W L B 2 . S 2 S Philadelphia Si Louis .. Wasriit'cjor. 5 5 3 2 SOUTHERN lured at Philadelphia Wednesday, wrrc on', of action yesterday. Pet? Castishone filled in for Ro- Jek. getting three hits as the Pirates lost to the St. Louis Cardinals. 4-2. Alpha Brazle, ace o( the Card *taff at the moment, copped his seconrt straight. The lefty set down the Pirate* with eight hits. Murtaugh Hurl The Pirates last another Infield regular when Danny Murtaush twister) his ankle and had to be helped nff the field in the sixth inning. He said later it was not serious Elliot!'* place was taken by Connie Ryan, who contributed two hits tn Boston's 6-1 romp over the Phillie*. Vern Bickford allowed only three hiw, all singles, in outpitchins Jocko Thompson. Brooklyn bombed the New York l Giants, 15-2, moving into « first, place tie with the Braves. While the Dodgers ripped the Giants pitchers to shreds. Ralph Branca doled out only four hits for hia third straight win. Ken Raffensberger, Cincinnati's c.raft.y southpaw veteran, shut out the Chicago Cubs. 2-0, with seven hiU. Johnny Wyrostek, on a hiltin-? spree, scored both runs. Walt Dubiel was the Chicago loser. Little Rock N T ?.\v Orlean-s Atlanta Birmingham . Nashville Mobile Chattanooga . Memphis LEAGUE W. L ..... 9 'I ..... 8 5 ..... 5 4 ..... 5 4 .. .. S S ..... 5 6 ..... 4 B l>ct. .803 .7H .551! .5Jii ,50a .4S"> .301 .200 Pet .818 NEW YOUK, April '29. <,!•>- -Thr- four iy-19 seniors on the Lftiiveisiiy of Kentucky basketball team up- parently didn't get enough tu-iion in (wo lull seasons, with tournaments and a smnti,er of Olympic basketball., .Since they won Ihe NCAA championship, Alc.v CJro/u, Wah Wall Jones, llnlpn Benrrt and Co . with n few reinforcements, imye breu playing exhibitions around ihr- *litte wilh ruthcr rievtislatmj; results,..At the last report ihey mid '.von ten games, all before selliml crowds, iinci had scored from 80 to I Ifi [joints in each, llie low scores were n pair of 80-05 victories over n yroup of former Western Ken- lui-ky stars. . .It must he contagious: The Boston ' University baseball team has a regular second baseman tlanird Ted I/yuns. who is ^4 vours old. Thai's about Ihe age tlnit the Ijiu league Ted Lyons stopped coimt- ins. t'nre Enough l'(>j) slO]">' llltil came out of Ihb weeks college publicity con.'eutlol 2 11 .556 .55 G .500 .455 .400 .154 vas an -off-the-record ac'couul o) pre-scusuu ci'ri'imi.ige botwoen! wo rival islitution.s., .The dny af- er they nicl, H freshtiuui tivckle vlio luid lookcci wood fvr the "Inline" school WHS unaccountably inlssliii! .Overcome with .siisjilclun. Ihr ch lele.thoned his rlvul. who ad- nltted the kid was oij Ijls eiunpus but rilsclnlinrtl any knowlwlRe of io\v he sol I hero. A (cv mmules alel the phone rang at Uie ••liiinu'" school ,ind Ihc kid spoke: "Ooiu'h. I don't like It here. I'd like to come back ". ."Oay. cntch n bus find come on," Ihe coach replied... The kid protested: "1 haven't any money, conch soanriso Jusi gave me enotiKh to get here ". Th home I'oaeh lost palletu-i- "You fto tell oach suHiiilM lo give von enough to Ret back." he ordered and I hat's Jusl what happened Oni'-Mlllntr Spinls I'agr I''or the .si'cond successl year, the National Collegiate A. A. has coile*-led oasebull rosters from Its nifinlH'i' schools aiu sent them lo George rmutman. the minor lengue inajordomo. foi i-hpcklni; apalnsl his l.sts of pliiyers under pro conducts . Lnsl season 43 duplications showed, Inrlndin^ several who State's Harry Larch* Signs with Baltimore HAI.TIMOIIK .April 24 .,!•> Marry Tart-he, last year's captain of Arkansas State, has signed a con- tiacl. The Hull mum- Colls of Ihe All-American Football Confrrciuc ftjmounccd yestordny. l-archc Is a 225-pound lackle fiom Kros, I, a. Alllunieh he played mi football before entering college. l.Hlchf was on Ihe Arkansas Stale var.sHy for thn-e years. Read Courier News Waul Ads. turned pro at the end of Ihe college season. New nii'knaine [or the Green Rn\- Packcrs is "Curly l.amheau's Wild V'e.sl Show" since l.lni- (Touch 'I'oiu Slklham. who Is one-slxlecnth Osngc huliau. and harkflcld much Hub Snyder, one-touitll Huron have Joined niniftrrhnck .luck ,l»cobs. wlio Is Ihtee-tiuailers <^i-eek ..If this cnmbhmHon doesn't win. Ihe funs likely w' nlv ; Curly buck to Ihe Indians. Perfect Weather To Aid Trackmen In Drake Relays I)US MOINKfi. A 1>rll m <-l' (i<>ht m:\nn ,srt on) on tlir Insk o[ nitt'hnt Lug lorn trains as the lUtli itiimml Urnk 1nv.«; oponrrt loiliiy \vtlh ihfi 1 for (I'coni biTHkii The two tiny truck mrot 1.87(1 ftlhlHos ftom 179 *rho In (ho university mid MOII.S mid the iW hl«ti sclu The I>!K X I re m frvvorlles consin, Oklsihcnnii A. and [oinlu. MlrhlKHM Slulr, ftiirf Trxiis A. nml M. Nlnr fcluy records HIT fir In i n mm m;ty (IK HIV in two of thr.sc, lh<» univrr.sLly mile mxl two . mile irlny.v Today'.i piLinnmi brought in chi' spilni mi'cilry. illslmi. r i t('V. 1\\<t milt- run. lii.srm. and In jump uf tli«' nnlvrrMiy rlns\ i Ihr rolloKf biilf nillr rrlny. { No ntlilt'tr Ini.s evi-i niu'h foil l reluy leu Ills ID Vli'(oi y »l Drnki'. [n luldltloii lu rimninj; the nillr mid iwo mltr rrlnyji lo- mmnnv. (ichrnmtm i* In both incU- Ipys today. The Amount of chromium in Jitnlnlm steel varlts from 11 '/* P*r conl lo 30 per cent. It Is the chromium that prevents slain*, rust and Memphis Chicks Buy , Outfielder from Buffalo MEMPHIS, April M UP}—Joseph Smaia, *n outfielder from Buffalo of the International League, wa.i purchased yesterday by the Memphis Chicks. Piaying: with Dalla* In the Texas LflRgu* last year, Qmaz*. stacked Yesterday s Results NATIONAL LKAGUE Brooklyn 15, New York 2. B-^ton 6, Philadelphia 1. Cincinnati 2, Chicago 0, St. Louib 4, Pittsburgh 3. AMERICAN LEAGUE New York 6. Washington '2. Boston 12, Philadelphia 5. St. Louir 9, Detroit 6. Only games scheduled. BLYTHEVILLES ONLY ALL Show Starts Weekdays 1:00 p.m. lalurtlay and Sunday: Coiilinuuus skiDwiiiK (rum 1:00 p.m. Friday and Saturday (DOUBLE FEATURE) "BLACK STALLION" featuring the screen's two mi>»t sensational hnrsc.s: SIIF.IK and RKX SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION New Orleans 6-9, Memphis 3-0. Litil*» Rock at Mobile, ruin. Chattanooga a^ Birmingham, rain Nashville at Atlanta, rain. Today's Games NATIONAL LEAGUE Nevr York at Boston <nij*ht). Philadelphia at Brooklyn. Pittsburgh aj Cincinnati, (night) St. Louis at Chicago. AMERICAN LEAGUE Clove]ami at Detroit- Washington at Philadelphia . Boston at, New York, Only games scheduled. SOUTHERN LEAGUE Memphis at New Orleans, night Nashville at Atlanta, two, night Chattanooga at Bi r m i n g h a m night. Littln Rock at Mobile, night. a .356 hit mark in §7 game*. He played 70 gnme.s us a center fielder marking up a .966 fielding average "SUNSET PASS" with James Warren, Nan Leslie, and JanR Grrnr Serial: "Chick Carter, Selective" No. 11 Also Cartoon i?',, f \&$ • «j$ *$&*~i*jmm^M'^i r. : • - v, *?. ":^ .m, s •'•*• • : siK'' ••< * > * f! '£it-r>$& ^r^'-^V'- 'i^ «^K>Tt'-^"ftiftstv*?**i SAT. OWL SHOW 11 p.m. "STEP BY STEP" with I.Rwrenre Tlcrnry, Anne Jeffreys, and I.nwttl GUmore Strial: Mrss* .lames Rldei Aexin" No. 8 Al^cv Cartoon Sunday & Monday FEATURE) "STRANGE WOMAN" with Hcdy I.amarr. Genrer Sanders, and i.oule Hayward 'GENIUS AT WORK" with Wally Brown AlAti Carney, and Anne Jeffrey! PREPARE YOUR CAR FOR SUMMER DRIVING Complete Cooling System Spring Inspection 3 DAYS ONLY Friday, Saturday, Monday And this means a Complete inspection! We'll flush the radiator and blo<'k, check radiator hose, water pump, fan licit . . . check the whole system for dangerous leaks. In addition, we'll disconnect (he heater at no extra charx*. If you wish your an(i-freezc saved for next year, please hring R container with you. Yes, prepare now for carefree warm weather driving by taking advantage of this very special three day offer. We're open day and night for your convenience. Blytheville Motor Co. Open 24 Hours Daily Broadway and Chickasawba Phone 4422 Excitement! Suspense! Thrills! SEE THE GREAT COLE BROS. Air Show Sunday Afternoon-Blytheville Air Base After performing In over eighty air shows in the United States and Canada ... in Chicago, Detroit, Winnipeg, Minneapolis . .. the Colo Bros, now bring to Blythevillt their thrill-packed aerial extravaganza. For sheer excitement you'll want to lee the daring aerial acrobatics, the 2,000 foot parachute jump, the spine-chilling man-on-the-wing act. And to make it easy for you to follow the maneuvers, each plane is equipped with a smoke sys- , tcm in order to leave a smoke pattern in the sky. Announcer Arnold Cole will give a stunt-hy-stunt description of each maneuver over the public address system. Yes, it's thrilling entertainment . . . the comedy acts are a lot of fun ... so plan now to attend this Sunday afternoon. ENTERTAINMENT BEGINS AT 12:00 NOON Act 1—Marion, Lester and Dwayn* dole executing formation acro- halics in the J! Stearman planes. Act 2—Lester Cole, single ncrn- lialics in slock Stearmnn. Act 3—Myron liiyner in his daredevil wing r ' c ' e <>n " le 'l >! >" H.I'. Stearman . . . with aerial aero- hat ics! Air Show Program 3:00 Act •!-—.Ownynr Cole pviTormiiij! acrobatics in Hie clipped winj; I'iper (,'ul). 15 MJNUTK INTKHMISSION Acl (i—Nick Kopiin pavacbiilinK from 20110 feel and ;ilU'inptinj; (o land directly in front of audii'iice. Act 7—iMerl Tonanco. si mil flying in 15(1 H.I'. Slrarinan. Act S—Comedy Act ("How Not To l-'lv An Airplane") with Dwayne Cole.' Acl !'—Lester Cole in a daring glider art. Stunt flying and landing with motor off. Acl HI—l!i calli-lakinjr aerial acro- hiilics by Marion Cole in the -150 II.1*. SI carman. Transportation Schedule—Air Base Bus For this special occasion the Air Base Bus will operate on its usual run every half hour beginning at 1:00. So you can catch a bus at 1:00, 1:30, 2:00, and 2:30. ADULTS SI.00-Children Under 12 Free With Parents In Case of Rain the Show Will Be Held the Following Sunday, May 8. Blytheville Private Flyers Association

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