The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 25, 1946 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, May 25, 1946
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PACT EIGHT BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, MAY 25, '9<16 Lookouts Look He Champions , Move to Little Rock After Eight Wins in Row; Pebs Lose Eight. By United Press -ATLANTA, On.. May 25. (UPi — Trie' Chattanooga Lookouts, 'who >WTe won their last eight straight Kames, traveled by bus to Little to launch a road tri 1 ) which begins Sunday in Little Rock with a double-header against the tast place Travelers who have lo-Jt their last eight straight games. The winning streak moved thc Lookouts from the second division up into second place, /our games behind the league-leading Atlanta Crackers, and according to the way the .Travelers have been playing of lat« the Lookouts stand a very gootl chance of extending their winning streak and gaining ground on the. Crackers. The Crackers, who have won four straight and IB out of their last 22 games, also left by bus for Mobile to take on the Bears who have suddenly sprung to life by winning three straight and climbing from the cellar to sixlh position. The Bears, by thc way, look a plane from Birmingham home and should. be well rested for thc opening o' the scries Sunday. The Lookouts' winning streak was extended Friday night by Claude Weaver, new addition lo the hurling Staff, who pitched Chattanooga to « 5 to 1 win over thc Memphis Chicks who have dropped their lust four games. Atlanta, meanwhile, hammered three New Orleans pitchers lor 12 hits and an 11 to 2 win for a clean fcjvecp of the three game series. II lias thc fifth straight loss for thc Pelicans and dropiwd them from third position into fourth. iPaul Bruno. Pelican outfielder, homered for the Pels in the fourth with none on but the blow had no effect on the outcome of the garni'. •At Nashville, the Vols made it three straight over thc Little Rock Travelers and moved into third place by scoring two runs In the ninth inning for n 7 to S win. Catcher'. Ted Pawelek accounted for one of; the Vol runs with a. homer In the seventh. ]"Al Birmingham, thc Mobile Bears also made It three straight over the Barons by scoring seven runs in the first inning and then coasting to an easy 10 to 1 win as Paul scattered seven Baron hits. 'There were no games scheduled lov Saturday in the league. Quick on the Trigger ^ Remaik.iblc action pictuie illustiales why fioshm in Kcncll Andeibon catches foi lliooklyn Mask off and on lop of ball Inmlcd by Howie 1'ollcl, attempting lo s.iciiftcc foi SI, l.onis Gaidmah at, , Eubcts Field, Kansas' former blocking back throws out SliUs sccomU>asi;._ e» Dodgers Coast to Top Position In National After Dizzy Doings olher Dickey Manages New York Yanks Arkansan, Veteran Behind Plate, Gets Joe McCarthy's Job. BOSTON, May ». <UP>—I3W Dickey, always a treat "clutch" player, brcan his innnafjerlnl career today, directing Ills New York Yankees in the first name of » lil^h- Iv Important series with the I5os- fon lied Sox. Dickey Is nn Arfcan- pan and between baseball seasons livra in Lilllc Rock. The veteran catcher, who will tie 39 years old next monlb, moved into the jou last nlKht when Joe McCarthy, Yankee manager for 15, its hats more In self-defense than years and winner of pitfht pennants in nngcr, nddrd Ihrec hits to the and seven world series, resigned be- inning and ended with six runs cause of I 1 .] health. more than enough for an evetitur.l "There never was any micsllon|8 lo 1 viclory that came before -Joe and I agreed on D'ickcy."j» record nlirhl crowd of 3-M92 in said Larry MacPhail. president of Shibc Park. the Yankees, as he announced the The Cardinals got an unuellev- chnriges ab! ( . kicklny-around HV COHNEI.IOS It VAN llnlleil Press Spurts Wrili-r NEW YORK. May M. IUI>> Kvcrythlng happened to the fellow, and Ihe Brooklyn OiidBcri, who sal back and let it happen, were in first place in Ihe National League today as a result. The Dodders were tied with St. Louis until last night, when they beat Philadelphia while the Cardinals lost to Cincinnati. Just about all thc Dodgers had to do to take Hie lead was show up at the ball park. Thc Phil uHchcrs went berserk in the third Inning, and Uick Mulligan and Charley sunni)?. contributed four walks, u hit batsman and wild pitch. Brooklyn. swin- 0 >tnR Hornwy, a"d the Pirates won thc •ame with a run in the next in- li\K. Lou StiiiiBCr hit a two-run onii'i- for Chli-aiiO. A home run by Ernie Lombard! i the II Ih inning nave the New York Giants n 2 to I victory over HOslon. Ed Wright of Boston had 1 no-hit yame until the eighth. ind errors by Tommy Holmes and Connie ilj'im helped New York tie the score in the ninth. Dickey has been regular Yankee catcher sinc c 1920. His judgment In handling the pitchers never lias been questioned, and he was gnrded ns the driving force from Lads Doc Prof/if o's Remedy Gets Quick Results KY 1IAK01.I) I'OKKMAN Untied Press Sports Writer ATLANTA, Qa., May 25. (UP)— Noles frotn our scrap pile: Mutineer Doc Prolhro gf tlic Memphis Chicks has Ills own remedy for (snapping n player out ol a tuning slump. Roy I3ucschc:i, counted on l>y Doc: for one of his power hitlers this season, was look- IJIK worse with each trip to Hie plate. Fitmlly Doe called lihn to one .side iind said: "Look, It isn't spring rniy more. It's the middle of May. It's nlxnit time you started, litt- tini;." The very next game Hue.schen rapped out, a single, dnuple, triple urn! homo run. Wonder liow that would work with Lou Novikoff? Pitcher TCd ITnnvy.nwski. nn\v ad- dllIon lo the Nashville Vols' hiirl- 'jiiK staff, works as n deputy .sheriff lit south iicnd. Ind.. durlnx the off season. Ed got off to a tough luck slart in his first game in'strike when tiie South Association last Sun- j pay them d:iy. On his (Irst apncaruncc at 11 he plate, Ed drove out. a Ircmen- (Imis drive of some 420- feet hut sprained Ins nnklo comitlK Inln llilrcl base :ind will he out for clos 1 ; u» two weeks. Horse Trader" On Diamond In Tight Spot BY CORNELIUS RVAN United Prr.«j Sports Writer NEW YORK, May 25. (UP) — Bnwfoall'.s renowned "horse-trader," president Sam Brenclon of Hie St. Louis Cardinals, who inilll a clinm- eight- Evcrs. Marshall Mauldin, rated thc host crnterfieldcr in thc Southern Association a few seasons back while Only one same wns played In | ploying with Atlanta, has been re- Ihc American League. Detroit heat iriiscd by thc Montreal Club ol Chicago, [i to 1. I" spoil Jimmy Dykes' KolnB-away party. Hal Newhouser pitched an hitter to win, and Hoot .. rookie outfielder making his first'[four i;ames without, a lor-s for the start .bailee! in two runs. Hank j Saints this year, was released by Oreenherg homered for Detroit. i'St. Paul because of trouble between ——— j Luciitlmh and manager Hay Ulades. Iowa farmer:; lir.c! 5GD.COO horses | shipping Lnnnhnn down the river and colts last year on I heir farms, im! iy cost, a pennant for the Saints, Ihe largest numher of such animals w | )0 are currently leading the ( any sltitc. Ulnh situ! Nevada had American Association pennant race, the lowest numbers, with l.OCO ; , ml 1I1!W mean a flag for tlie Chal- Intcrnational League. • • • .St. Paul sources report that southpaw Dick Lnnalian, who had won plonshlp clyiiHsty on what players called "coolie wages," was theat- cnlcd today with of the pennant for the second straight season because, of his low salarJ policy. Breadon. badly upset over the loss of three star players, pilclicrs Max Liinier and Fred Martin, and infietdcr Lou Klein to the rich Mexican League, tried to be philosophical and said that "even without them we still have a great "ball club." Although they resorted to a dip ferent means of showing their displeasure at Cardinal salaries, the desertion of Lanicr, Martin, and Klein wns likened to last year's player revolt by the Cardinal brother battery of catcher Walkci Cooper and pitcher Morton Cooper The Coopers put on a "sit-down Breadon refused to i much as shortstoi Marty Marlon, \vlio at $12,500 was the highest salaried player on (he club. Later, IJreadon sold the disgruntled Morton Cooper to the IJos ton Braves and catcher Walker lef' to join the navy. SignificantH the Cards failed to win the pen nant for the first lime after tlit'et straight years. It also developed that Breadon regarded as one of the shrewdcs operators* in Baseball, had faile to file injunctions against the raid ing Mexicans, n move which stop ped their forays against the York Yankees, the GianU, and th Brooklyn Dodgers. Ted Lyons, Star Of -White Sox, Now a Manager CHICAGO, May 25. (UP!— Ted yons, n star o f Uio Chicago White ox pitching staff lor 21 sensing 111 take over as manager of the lub o.s It meets the world cliam- 'lon Detroit Tigers today. Lyons was named to the post esterday fallowing the ouster .ol iminy Dykes. By a twist of folcs Dkyes was isinlsscd while In his 13th season t the While Sox helm and Lyons ccofties th c 13th manager In the ilub's history. Dykes made his farewell appear- nee with the White Sox last night. Cddly enough Lyons was not in uniform at lhi> contest, having been ;nmted permission even prior to vis managerial appointment to be ibsent In order to nan at a wedding. serve as best. each. Baseball Standings By United Press SOUTHERN LEAGUE W. I,. Yankee teams before his induction in the Navy in 1014. MacPhail said that Dickey's niati- nccrial contract was for two son- sons—1940 nnd ID-IT, and thnt the new manager had been given a salary increase over Ihe $25.001) per j year "it \vi\s believed he was KPJ.UU;; I as a player. j Dickey faced an immediate problem. Thc Yankees arc five gnrm\s, behind leauue-leadlng Boston and The 4TB helicopter, powi've.d by ;i six-cylinder air-cooled engine of Their plane from New York (0,173 lip has ii gross weight of 210(1 Cincinnati wns more than an hour pounds, including a useful load of ,'. c .Jlate as it battled bad weather, i (iC'i pounds . C [ 1 When the learn arrived it roared to lh Lookouts, who are right heels o[ the leading Atlan- the hall park behind a police es corl. But the taxi with Stan Mustnl. Euos Slaughter nud Buster Adams spvuni! Ms hood, nnd tlic cab driver had lo hit on thc hood to keep it. down while Musial took the wheel. _ Ruin pi'cvcnlcd any prc-gnmc bat- tiiip practice. So the Cards look u 5 to 1 licking when the Reds rallied for four runs in the eighth liming. Al libbc batted in three Out O'My Way Atlanta Chattanooga New Orleans Nashville Memphis Mobile Birmingham Little Rock NATIONAL 28 23 21 18 21 Brooklyn . St. Louts •. Boston- . Cincinnati Chicago . 13 111 Ifi 14 IS .... H 23 ....13 25 12 24 M:AGUE W. L,. 20 10 .... ID 11 .... 16' 14 ....14 13 15 14 12 16 13 18 R 21 Pet. .683 .500 to lose the three- Cincinnati runs. Ralph Klner's three-run homer __ _ I was the major blow as Pittsburgh l tent the Chicago Cubs, B lo '3. Read Courier news Want. Ails, The blow tied the score on Hank cannot nfford game series " Landlubber Sailors New York -• ,.; Phifadelphia . . ...j.^^'AMERlCAN LEAGUE Boston''": ' jj; :.':•:•.': .->v:: r -27- •New York ; •Detroit . . Washington Et. Louis .'. Cleveland . Chicago fchlladelplila 9 22 19 . .; 1G 15 .- 14 10 Yesterday's Results SODTHKRN I.F.AGDK Atlanta 11, New Orleans 2. Mobile 10, Birmingham 1. Chattanooga 5. Memphis 1. Nashville 7, Little Rock G. (sec ond game postponed, rain. NATIONAL LEAGUE New York 2, Boston 1 (11 nings.) Pittsburgh 6, Chicago 3. Brooklyn 8, Philadelphia 1. Cincinnati 5. St. Louis 1. AMERICAN LEAGUE Detroit 3. Chicago 1. Cleveland at St. Louis, rain. Only games scheduled. When Lou Bcvil of the ootrn Lookouts tossed lii.s six-in- nlni! no-hitter in the bobtalled niKhtcau of last Sunday's doubleheader against Little Rock, lie became the first pitcher in the 46 yenr history of the Southern As sociation to have tossed two no- hit. no-run games in the league Radio Service "Pit" Anicrt Refrigerator Service Fred Lawier ADAMS APPLIANCE COMPANY, Inc. J. W. Adams, Mgr. Phone 2011 ZOG-08 W. Main Washer, I rone r and Gas Engine Service : : Philip Fr»l Vacuum Cleariers, Fan«, Irons and Small Appliances R<- palred. ISevil's first no'liiltcr came against Atlanta in 1042-in the seven-in- ng second-game of a cloublehcaclei. t Head Courier News Want A<» ••••HHBT Hi Fishermen! FOR SALE Minnows, Roaches and Rcdworms. Please bring your containers. C. R. COLLINS 571 Chickasawba CHICK THEATRE 'Where Happiness Cost* So Little" Week Days: Starts at 7:30 t>. in. Today's Games SOUTHERN LEAGUE No games scheduled. NATIONAL LEAGUE Boslon at New York. Brooklyn at Philadelphia. Chicago at Pittsburgh. Only games scheduled. AMERICAN LEAGUE Detroit at Chicago. Cleveland at St. Louis, night. Philadelphia at Washington. New York at Boston. Dick Mauncy of Phillies is out at second but breaks up Marty Marion's attempt at double play in Philadelphia. Cards won. however. 9 to 5 FOR SALE Concrete Culvert Tile Sizes 12 in. to 36 in. A. H. Webb WRESTLING Blytheville Legion Arena Monday, May 27, 8:15 p 0 m. Adults, 36c, Tax 9o—Total 45c. It(-served Seats 12c, Tax 3c—Total, 15c. Children's Keats IZc, Tax 3c, Total, 15c. Reserved Seats on Sale at the Legion Arena Every Monday From 6 p. m. on Special Caid Celts Belvins vs. Violet Vian One Hour Time Limit Match, T?est 2 Out of ?, Kails Chino Ming and "The Hornet" ..-./' T«. Chris Belkas and Floyd Byrd Ann Kivtler onrt 1J)H Finlcy pilot sand-sailing yachl lo viclovy in Seabreeze Hog.itla :il Oaylona Dcach, Fla. New craft were designed antl built by Jolin and L;tiry Jilly, Jr., ex-Coast GuorUs. R€PAIK BtlLSf You know thc old saying about "an ounce of prevention. ..." Well, you can guard against costly breakdowns by changing thc filter element in your tractor every time the oil is changed. Next time you nrc in (.own, take home a cat-ton of three filters so you'll have them handy when you need them. DELTA IMPLEMENT COMPANY Blytheville, Ark. McCORMiCK-DEERiNG MACHINES, PARTS AND SERVICE I>as( Time T<nlay v DOUBLE FKATURE . "Pride of the Plains" with Bob Livlngsion :tml Smiley HurnetU "Singing Sheriff" with Bob C'rasby and Fay McKeuzie Serial: "It-iiders of Ghost City" No. 7; A!s» Cartoon BATIIIIDAV OWL SHOW STARTS 11:30 p. m. "Eve Knew Her Apples" ' with Hubert Williams and Ann Mi-i-r .Serial: "Hiiunted Harbor" No. 12 Also Coniftly Sunday and Monday "UP IN ARMS" with Oaniiy Kuye Also News and Cartoon New Theater Manila's Finest Shows KVEKY NIGHT '. Matinee Saturday & Sunday • : Box Opens Week Days 7:00 p.m. Sat.-Sun. 1 p.m. Cont. Showing "Comfortably Cool" Saturday "Gunnin' fr? Vengeance" | with ' ..;irlcs Starret SEIl' \-. AND COMEDY i Admiss'-'i Me and :m Saturday OWL SHOW "Apology for Murder" PLUS COMEDY Admission I4c and 30o : Sunday anff Monday 'Senrimental Journey" with John Pnyne and Maureen O'llara NEWS AN'D COMEDY RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark; Box office opens at 7:CO; Picture 1 starts at 1:15. Last Time Today j The Gay Cab.allero"f i witli Gilbtrt Foland - * i Starring (he "Cisco Kid" . Little Lulu Cartoon . Chapter of "Haunted Harbqr^l V Sunday and Monday "SPELLBOUND" wilh In grid Bergman ;inil Gregory Peck Tlic. inndtlcKt love tVmt ever pos- scssc<l H woman. The picture you have been wanting to .see. Also RKO News and Sports Review RY T.FRTJR TT1UNRH \ N52E FLATTERY, WSJ3Y,.W N \ LAD'WEHTHE WEMOASOF FOE THf KSr 1 F.BUCKINGHAM ISH ABE CONHIVERCF | WRITTEN, I SH^LL LAV ^W CHISELING / SUCCESS TO TWO PEOPLE. STRHHSMS WO THE MOST UPRSHT AND STfclCTLS HOS'CW.SIE PAW!.? ANNSKftFTEREUERHAD The Arkansas general asseniblv Is composed of 34 senators and 100 representatives. Ivan R. Van Patten Your Sales 1 Representative for Blytheville and all of | Northeastern Arkansas The ARKANSAS Automobile Club AfnUated With j*er. Anto Association A. A. A. BaUcnee 41t So. foke H.TTREVOXE, ARK. lilvtlicville 711 WASH TURHS RODEO!! = \ " SHREWD EMOUSH TO. V BUILD AN INOUSTBIAL I 'EMPIRE, WINDY...BUT i WE.W TO SELL. H1W OUR / WUR VKH,*S ALWAtS GET SOMETHING FOR THEIR NWNEV !!ronc HitUnji, elc. C'ow i'ony I'rec lt> Knfcr. SEE THE TRICK HORSES PERFORM Kay Duke s Mac's lleau- Wild Indian "SMOK10Y JOK", Wuiulcr Horse—"STON K\", (if ul I'in to—and "SILVKH", Hill's Kanious Horse. Also "HHOAD". lhc Kducalcd Steer. PLUS THE SUGAR CREEK GANG Sunday, May 26th BLYTHEVILLE FAIRGROUNDS PARK 2:30 p.m. — TWO SHOWS — 8 p.m. Local Slock Kidilcn FREE! Bring Them Along Children 50c — Admission — Adults $1.00 Section Reserved for Colored Open 7; Starts 7:30 p.m. AIR CONDITIONED I-asl Time Today 'Both Barrels Blazing 1 with Charles Sl.irrclt and Tex Ilarrtinf .Serial, Chapt. 1 "Jungle Raiders" Shorts MIDNITE SHOW Starts 11:45 p.m. The Hidden Ey^j Kclward Arnold, Frances Raffcriy ShorU Sunday and Monday Our Vines Have Tender Grapes Edward G. Kobinson, Margaret O'Brien, James Craig, Frances GlrTorA Paramount Xcws and Shorts

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