The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 28, 1947 · Page 5
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MONDAY, APRIL 28, 1947 BIATHEVILLE (AKIC.) COI'KIKK NKWS Pels Win Twice From Little Rock New Orleans Team Displays Power at Expense of Travelers ATI.'AvITA, On., April 28. (UP)— Doubters who predicted Ihe New Orleans Pelicans would fold once t'atjjjyt ihe road hud their si-ords IrsBJJP b-.uk in their faces today by the battling Birds, who have w.in their lasi seven games and ure leiuiins the Soiuhcni Association by three full lilts. Away from the homey atmosphere of Pelican Stadium, Manager Fred Walters' charges proceeded'to knock over ihe Little Rock Travelers throe sti'iiit'lit limes in the latters' park, (•limnxinif il-.c show with a double vi:iovy yesterday behind Lefty Tosn Siinkel and Byron Cook. Se:-ond-nla'Jr Chattanooga also won a pair, dumping the defending and Manila Legion Team Defeats Blytheville 9 iBohlnd the three-lilt pitching of Jaclf li?vs'is, the Manila Legion Junior basebal) team defeated the Blytheville legionnaires 6 to 2 in a BD'ue at Manila that ouened the 19-17 season for the Dud G'uson Post team. Handicapped by the lack of practice, the .Blytheville Legionnaires showed surprising strength in both infield and outfield, and Leon Ashby, who started on the hill for the Legionnaires fanned four men In the five Innings lie worked. Kenny Merrill took over the mound assignment, in the sixlh inning and struck out one, walked two and dirt not allo.v a hit. The Manila team jumped on Ashby in the first frame, combining cltaitriinn' Atlanta Crackers last-nlace Memphis look a couple fi'om Mobile. Nashville unlimber:d tin; heaviest butting snree of :he yuiinj^ season. bin-vying Birmingham I'mler SO runs in the first came, but the Barons squared things in tlje niL'hleap, At Little Rock. Sunkcl brce?.ocl to a 7 to 3 victory for New Or- V-aii*; in the o'HMnsr. holding the IV^bles to eHiht hits while his' males rarp-d out 11. llyron COOK' won a 3 to 2 drcision in the night- ci!;". matching Sunkel's season rf> fcnvl ol three victories and no ck-feats. Chattanooga leveled the CracK- evs 3 to 1 and 10 to 4, with pitcher sian west a hero in defeat in l!ie opener. He hammered a homer and double in addition to holding the Lookouts to seven hits b'.it the rest of the Crackers were not <i'jjmectms;. Vernon Curtis, who nlso —iP l j£d seven hits, was the winner. In '.^ second Bailie, the Lookouts warmed on Lou Hush nnd Georj/c Dichl for nine runs in the first three innings to sew up an eventual 10 to 4 decision. Darkness .stopped that one after six frames. Vols Show 1'owcr runs. Two errors and a walk netted Manila two more runs in the second. After the first Iwo innings however, Ashby' settled clown and gave up only two move hit.s and one unearned run in the remaining three innings. Only one of Manila's fix I runs, was earned. Ulytheville nut across a run in the second inning after Clifton Wixson. with two out. singled io left field, stole second, and scored on Jack Duclos' single- to left field. Duclos advanced to second en the throw to home plate lo try to cut off Wixson but he remained there after Lloyd Koonlz grounded out to ^econd bsse. Blytheville's other run came in the fourth frame when Mullen opened with a quick single to center. Bill Lont grounded to the pitcher. Newsboys Ploy Softball Games !n Walker Park The Blythevlllc Commercial Appeal carriers' Softball learn defeated the Courier News earners in bolh games of n double header, 7-2 anil 8-4 at Walker Park Saturday afternoon. Donald Cole handled Hie mound duties for the victors while R. 'I'. Marr and Cafy Allison pitched for the Courier boys Khuer "Lippy" Smith nmnayed the courier team while Tom "liambino" Ileaton piloted tht- Commercial Appeal stiuad. In the first game Ihi 1 Commercial Appeal boys had a field day in the tirst two innings, .scoring the majority of I heir seven inns in those two frames. Cole and Charles Belknap led the victors in scoring, both accounting lo:- i .vo Ciann, rt. o llelk- 'll li'shcr, each s/;or- for the commercial Tommy Phillips and scored ;he Courier's three hits with a walk and a lily-' llicvilla infield error to score three I " !l|) :lll<1 om ed one run Appeal squiu! R. T. Man- only runs, The second tilt was more or less nip and tuck all the way. Tht last inning saw the score knotted at four-all but ihe Commercial Appeal team scored four runs in its half of the inning and won I) lo -|. Sam Johnson and Curtis McDade each scored Iwo runs for the vic- lors while Hilly Gann, Donald Cole H. O. nelknaj) and Charles Cole' Snyder Sees Prosperity For Arkansas Ll'lTlK HOCK. Ark.. A|)ril 28. IUI'I..-K ( ,I,,[.,,. V of th( , Treasury Jiinn \V. Hnyilcr yesterdny predicted a now i-r.i ,,f imliisirlnl. econom- aiut sivini deve!o):menl for Ar- PAGE nv* Too Late to Classify For Safe I — .'{ i'oiiii>;irtmen( 100 n-nl. oil tank w:i|r<m t«nk. Alsn HMO l-(<in IntcrniitioiiHl truck wllli .'515 giil. 2. ami- parlmenf (link wagon lank. In HO<N| cmxlilion. I'liinh'i's Oil Co., phone <>5, Munllu. ,. ', 1 '" 1 ', '";"''' A''k"i'sn" who be- 1 tf.foot meat east', I'l'iMI- cmne he:,,! of ,he 'IVeasmv under ,,„,,.,._ ,„ ,,„„„ toll , 1U i,)n. SI7r,/Call T. V. l)e liuki'y, nt Triimun, was in Little Ho;'K lor ihc uiiveilini; <>[ u |xw- hail ,il iihiiM-H jialnled for a BI-OIIII • i^^anki-rs and business men. 'I'he picim-f was presented (o Hu- slat,. | )y former Gov. Carl E. l!inlcy anil acreplcd by Oov. Hen Lanev. Snyder rnllod for a hl|!h type of Ir-ailei'.liit) in Arkansas to net the maximum Imnefils out of raw mn- lerlals and loudsluffs lluit reached a li'vli J'-;ik ol iirodncllou in Ar- Kansas (liii-hm die war. ll.ll ]<:„,-,,. ( IliUIKI-.l CLINTON'. N. v. iUI>) — There nren't .<„> many anxious watchers for the mailman jus: In-fore house partio.s ;1 t iiainillon Collcge'ss Sigma 1'lii j raid-nil y lids year, cloven ,'f lli[, ;{.] iiHiubrrs are married war vi-lirrinis-. . lihoiie 1!)2, Sli'i'k 1 , Mo. I" 'If II M.ll lio.il,,,-, • .-dim \ SjijnUkh Sim,, ill Mi nil,, !-ini,|| :l | u.l.llll.iii |M V ,,, ,,t M.,, Amateur Golf Tourney Planned in Little Rock Lrrn.u ubcK, April 21;, (up/— Wllfoid Wclii-lc, IxuilsvIU', Ky., Holler, will defend his llllu iti ihe 25(h nnuuul Little Hoc!; Country Olul) Amateur Invllnlion Oolf'1'our- immcnt here Friday lhrou«h Him- ilay. Wehrle won the. title lust year in H clubhouse "match" when the rain forced seml-flnnllsts to innt';St seoK-boartl.s. A li-adliiB contender U|[« year Is expeclcil to be Ulchiml "niibba" Sinm-t of Pine Hlufr.'jiCiite uiimleur cliiiinpion and a memb.-r of thu University of Arkansas i;olf timm Other tu])-MI||lil uolfei-B (ton. a dra- •n slates will [)artlelpate on the III"''' ' HELPS KIDNEY each accounted for one tally. ....,son U'd ;he courier boys wilh two 'tallies and Tommy Phillips and John Anderson accotmted for the other two runs- Manager Smith announced that he would attempt to locale a third and lom-ti, team for the purpose forcing Mullen at second and Long ° r fo ™mg a league. stole second and third and scored . when the catchers peg sailed over the third baseman's head in an attempt to catch Long at third. Lewis completely silenced the Blytheville bats for the remaining three innimts, not allowing them andother hit. Smith and Edwards led Manila's hitting attack, both collecting two in four trios. Lewis not only and Mprritt (Glh) nnd Koonlz- Manila--Lewis and Yelverton Box Srorc: It II I- Blytheville ... 010 100 0—a 3 •; Manila .120001 x—(i C :j Bespectacled I!cls up in the world lo i>ull •!o\vn wild throw as Athletics' tietu- llandlcy slides snfrly into third b:iso. Hrowns rallied in ninth to outlast l J hil:Klflithi:l club in exhibition (janic, l!if!2. Lost High School Track Men Of Sfote Compete friday LITTLE ROCK. Ark.. April 2H i UP) -Track Squads from all parts of the state are (raining today for participation In the annual slnte junior and senior boys', track aad Held meet in Ihe Little Rock Tic-' ers' stadium on Friday. First mut .second place winners in 12 dislru-t mci-ls win (>omp:»lc. Preliminaries will bo held l-'n- day niiii'iiiiu; with [|IIU| K schi-duleil for ih.u ntjiht. f'nmpemion will be iu the senior da.-:; A and class H anil Junior Hich fi;-li<iol divisions. I.iith 1 IfiH-k's 'I'igers—winners ol four meets th| s season—will ue ' out to ri'tinln a crown they held for 2;l )eai-'i prior lo last Spring. Fort Sinilh at tliat lime snnppod the capital city's winning streak at it? im-.-ts by winninit the Iliuil mill' relay event. Services ^ lltix-k Lav^u r.i M, sii, For Rent Call L'ln.-,. be Showin- the power th-.U used , o ! pHchetl well but drove in the run trade mark of Vol teams. * n ^ mc _ l .'?i 1 .J Ilcf ^^ <m """ 20 to 5 in the lirst game. Hal Jell- cuut, Mel Senilini, Buster Boguskie and Al Walker nil clouting homers. It was Walker's third ol the season and Bob Reid blasted his third for th e losers. Off to a ID-run lead in the lirst three frames, Pete Mallorv coasted to victory, allowing 13 hits while nis inatp.s were pountliny out 21. In the second game, however, the Barons routed Ben Wade during a five-run volley in the fifth inmng and darkness forced a halt an inning later, with the visitors on top 6 to 4. 'Memphis, facing a long haul to climb to the upper braeket alter a miserable start, outlasted the Mobile Bears 3 to 2 iii the 12-in- nin;; opener and took a G to 3 decision j^i ihe nightcap, which was cut (U i'iv.e innings by darkn Don Wrate weiH all Ihe way tor Memphis in the opener, allowing seven hits. A five-run fourth-inning rally, oflsettmK three Mobile scores in the same frame, won the nightcap lor the home side, shotgun Ehuba iiit a homer for Mobile. The teams are paired the same way tonight, except that Mobile and Memphis nren't scheduled. in the cracked field. •Batteries: second sharp single Blytlieville when to center — Ashby Nearest stnr in the firmament is iS.MO.OCO.OOO.OOO miles from the era Ih. FOR SALE hoice 40 acres located at Krn!?. Bridge, two miles north of Blytheville on HiRhwny 61. Five room residence, -l-room tenant house and barn, Severn! outbuildings. CO paper .shell pecan trees set out last Fall. Five acres alfalfa, over 000 fool frontage on Highway ul. 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