The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 29, 1947 · Page 6
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 29, 1947
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PAGE SIX BIA'THEVIIXE (ARK.)' COUR1KK NEWS TUKSDAV, APRIL 29. 1<VI7 Pacer and Bell Win Tag Match Roughhousc Artists Pull Tricks Aplenty but Lose Decision i In a whirlwind finish. Lefty Pa-' ccr and Ted Bell defeated Red Roberts and Stocky Kneilscn two out of three falls in the tag feature of t last night's main event of the week- ( ly wrestling program at the American Legion Arena. | The bullish Kncilsen and Roberts opened the fracas with a scries of chokes and sings along with some, two-on-one tactics, on their smaller opponents -but the ngile Pacer and , Bell out maneuvered the mcanlcs to lake the first fall. • Both Roberts and Kneilscn turn- j ed on the steam in the first round, using about every trick in (he book to try to subdue their opponents, but Pacer niicl ncll were not to be j subdued. Alter 20 minutes o[ cntch- as-cstch-cau grappling, Pnccr cll- rHInaled the bevvliiskcre<l Kneilsen With head twists ami a body pin. Bell then took over against Roberts, mid rushing from his c/_>r- - ncv. delivered several veil placed kangaroo kicks find had the olB fcrlhead corecy and >-ipe for a body pin which eliminated him. Kneilscn and Roberts came back strong in the second fall with no- be'fls climinnting Purer with a roll- Ing jnck knife and body pin In 10 rnlnnlcs. Just five minutes later, after Kneitsen and throudilv worked Bell over, Robcris pinned him ta the same manner. The Uili'd fall opened with Roberts and Kncll'eii disnl'iylnt: a barrage of fisticuffs and body glnms. BeH was choekeri -into a daze and referrce Mike Meronev ruler! that life should be allowed to tag his partner for thf unfair holds used nsainst him. The curar^d Pacer j WiScrcd the ring and with a few head twists hnrt Kneilscn ripe for R body pin after nine minutes of activity. Bell then entered against Ro- rjerls and it looker! for nwhile as of Roberts might eliminate him. Only the' failure of Roberts to get the proper leg hold in the rolling lack knife, saved the Boston Greek from beina pinned. Bell worked the redhead over with a few hodv lllps and Purer cntere.le to finish him off with some head twists s.rit\ a pin. Highlighting Ihe mnln event were revnra! skirmishes between .Kncli- scn and Roberts nnd Referrce Mc- rofiey. The tv.'O giants amused themselves getwcen holds by slapping and kicking the 1'inp official. Mcroncv. who in his earlier clays was listed n.s one of the nation'' ten top grapplers handled the situation easy, completely out-smarting the. villians. Ill the two one-fall preliminary rtlatchcs, Bell pinned Roberts in 16 minutes and Kneilscn was <lls- tjualifietl in 10 minutes for rubbiir,' Pacer's eyes across the ropes, '.\ maneuver that is outlawed by Ihe National Wrestling Commission. Free Fishing—After 74 Years ' _ Baron's Utility Man Delivers Zcb Eaton Blasts Ball Out of Park For Another Win BASEBALL STANDINGS SOU1IIKKN LEAGUE W. New Orleans M 10 Nashville Mobile . | Atlanta . .. " Little Hock Memphis • L. I'd i :» .Ml 3 (i .(Jij 7 .iJUU <» '^'1 o .lur 10 10 0 Dickie Kerr ! To Manage Team in Iowa '.. ' Dick Kerr, who, for a number of ' r years, was employed at the- Blylho- ''- ' . ville compress, and formerly a pit- 0 Cher or the Chicago While Sox. Mas Will lifliilK of Ihe 7-1-ycni-old prohibition ajininsl llshmg in Illc moat sunoundim; Tokyo's imperial Palaee, Jao angers lose no time in jjoina siller llonoisible Callish and Csnp. Unn was lifleel because ol food shortage and lade of transput union. Early Season Slump by Cord's Fails to Worry Skipper Dyer YOHK. April 23. <U'"> The old sl'.:pi«'r himself, drawling Eddie Dyer, explained today in Jim three words what was :nliii(! his world chainiiion St. Ivnils Cu'dinals,' now In last place for the first. | time since Apvil -5, 1928. j "We're not hitting." he said. I'm not unduly alarmed. Ruth Sutlers Relapse After Too Muth Activity I NEW YOHK, Ap'il 23. (UP)—' 3u'.ii! Ruth, still rc:ii|)eriUhig froi" a .serious neck njjeriilion, today \V~LS siie:«scfi',lly fir'hlins olf a mild re- liijuc caused by his "liube Ruth U;'j nppciirance Sunday sit Yankee ttadiinn. Ruth returned to his Riverside Drive Au.irlmeiH last week afl'-'i' Give us some warm weather snul a stretch of games without postponements and 1 think we'll get KOir.B" The Cards and Giants wcrn clown at the bollou In the National League with two wins and seven l"--i-1 Florida. apiece, sin even worse rating j -fjjc pji-d M r )lor Company rcccnt- Ihan lhat of llic nondescript Phil-jiy aj.-pointtMl Kuth as consultant to ATLANTA, Cia., April 20 (UP) — Xeb Eaton, a li.lle man with si big bat, lias had si iiard time deciding whether to eoncenirale on pitching or hitlint; but as far as lili'ininghain liarons fans are concerned he eau luri'.et Hie inotliul siiui keep on .socking the ball out of the park. The former part-time Detroit Tigers performer lias played mostly outfield and pinch-hitting roles since joining the Barons this .sea-son and last n; f ;ht he delivered a timely poke out of the lot for the second lime in a week good lor victory. Katon caught one of Herb Chmiel's slanls in Nashville in the ninth hinin;;. lying up the ball game at 1-1 mill .setting the s:agc for the Uarons to push I he roof in on Ciimi- e! and two successors in the 10th. when they paraded across seven runs for an 8 to 1 win, Lust week, Kalon hit an cxtru- inninr, homer to give his males » harrowing M to 12 victory over riiailnnoogn. Roy Burner got credit lor the mound victory last nU;ht autumn)) he uas lilted for a plnch- lillU-r (luring the loth-inning rally and Tiny Osborne finished. Al Wal- kei'.s fourth homer was the only Vol score In the only other game, the Chattanooga Lookouts won their fourth straight decision over the Atlanta Crackers. 7 to C and moved wiihtn two siiid one-half games of the league leading New Orleans Pelicans who were rained out at Little liot'k. Al Zukowski's relief hurling paid off for Chattanooga as he hurled ' steady ball after relieving Luis Aloma during a three-run Atlanta , second iniiins. George Dlehl, who ' lelieved Dcwey in the six'.h which j provided the ultimate winning margin. Atlanta outhit the Lookouts 11 to SI but Zuko'.vski tied the Crackers in knots 1 with men on base. Mobile ami Memphis were not scheduled NATIONAI, IjKAGUE W. 1 I.K\<iVK W. 7 5 ' Urooklyn . . Chicago .... Pittsburgh . Cincinnati . Philadelphia Hostou New York . . . (it. Loui.'i ... New York ,. C;levr ! and . Chicugu . ... Uo.ston Detroit . Washington fit. Loni.s 1'hiladclplua YcslorJiiy's Results SOIITHLKN LEAGUE New Orleans Hi Little Il'jek. liirmingham B. N;u;liville 1. CliaHanod^a 7. Atlanta (i. Only gaoiL-ii scheduled. L. Pet. •i .'I'M •i .one l-ecn assigned by the Sox to jtick Dcmpsey Suggests Hovel Way to Select Opponent for Joe Louis - NEW YOEK, •April 21. (UP)—To obtain a logical September challenger and to stimulate interest in BDXing. Jack Dcmpsey suggested today, that Joe'Louis, stage his owr elimination ''tournament" by box fug four rounds willi each promt ncnt contender. "This would be a very nove elimination." Dcmpsey admitted "bill the heavywheighl division i: confronted right now with a proa lein that afrparcntly ean be solve( satisfactorily in no other way." The Mantissa mauler, sitting at ; table in his Broadway tavern, re called that Louis had indiciiled ;., desire for the outstanding contenders to cngaiie in some sort of tour- rfey to determine the September challenger. Jack's solution would b= for Ijouic, to go into immediate training, aiid to begin fighting about May 23. Jolting Joe could meet each contender In four-round boul.s slaved Et iwo-wccfc intervals until laic August. setback would delay '.live p.'.rlicipatiou in his new position. ! Favorites Readied for Big Derby ndel]:hia A's who have three v-> | i- s jmuov Amerii'an torics and six defeats as last \i',n-:c oall pun'.ram snd it was occupants in the American, iNut n m L [|;e .setback would since late in 1!H-1. when Ihry dro);pcd clshl out of nine names in a stretch Just before dinchin;! the pennant .have the Cards bcon in sii=h a slump. The team batlim: average is an even .2CO; t>\ paints below lhat of the Chicago Cubs who are next lowest with a .251 mark. And li'.e Red liirds also are nt Ihe bottom in every oilier hitliui; department. They have hit only four homers while other clubs rnngc from five to 1C. They have Inttetl in 22 urns LCU!SV1I»LK. Ky.. April 23. iUP) lor an average of 2.W per same _, A! i nf ln( , 12 i>r( ,bable starle whereas other club:, tolals go from !ni . ^ l( , K.-sUvx-ky Derby Sauirday 7 lo 57. Ill two-base hits, Chicago W( .,. L , . :ri . flc iu or' sie;nun"turt fur md St. Louis arc tied at llic bol- chtivehill Downs today with five ot om with 11 each and the oilier llu , ]n s ,.j u . cu i] c( i to gel the "feel" .otuls range fromm 12 to 2:>. O i j] R . truck in the :a;h ainiiia! In the only major Irayiie (rauie niunui^ of uie fler:j;.- trial. .(layer! yesterday, 'Paul iDmyl Calumet F.inu's F.iuttlcss licad'Kl Trout was the whole .show, shutting th c H i>: horses cnlel'cd ill the Trial, out the Indians on tivc hits, ;i 10 ti'.e l-.'.st mi>.);ii' iircp rave, tor Anicr- 0. r.s he led Detroit baiters with ica'j; nrrmier horse race. homer and single for two runs! Riuliless is ix|K'.'tc<l to be the tied in at Cleveland. His hooici e\'cn mor.ey cliolre in the irial, was slightly historic—it was the llrsl lo clear the new fence put m Cleveland Pinsirient Bill VuecK at Mii'.iicJi'.al stadimn mill mi effort to step up home run produ:- NATIONAL I.KAUV j!an,e:i .scheduled. AMI-:I:K'A\' I,I:A( Detroit a, Cleveland 0. Ihe Davenport. Iowa, club, a member of the While Sox farm, system. "Wee Dickie", as he was know: by baseball fans of the early part of the twentieth century, was the .' 'r,'yMar of the White Sox 1919 Worl< ', 'vn > *'" i( 's with the Cincinnati Reds '., ".,n which later developed into what is ., '-fn \ known a.s liie "Black fiox acandal 1 ""* llespite the fact lhat several of hif tc'simmales had decided to "throw 1 Ihe game. Kerr was the star, pitch ing a three-hit shutout lor Ihe BOJ and giving them a 3 to 0 victorj Kerr was thc manager dircctr) responsible for thc making of Star Muslal. St, I/)iiis cardinal lirs baseman, and Lou Kline, forme ii"-imd iriFrinuii for thn Cards wlw jumped to the Mexican League Ins year, while ;te was maiiiiging th Haylona Bench, Ma., In 1940. Kerr pitched for 1'anigoilld of th Northeast Aikiinsus loop 1 in lilOI 1!)!0. fie was later advanced lo 11 While Sox where he went clown o record as being the first pltclll ever lo pitch a three-hit shiilo ill a series game, that being in the While- Sox-Reds series in ID 10. Dick ninnaRctl the Hiitchin-son. Kan., team "f the Western Association last year. Mis home is Paris, Texas. Nashville Vols Sell I ormer Blythevillc Hurlcr Steve Tramback, an oiillicldcr and Iteher for the niylhcville Oiiints i 1938, has rec<-nUy been s«Hl by ic Nashville Vols. of Ihe Southern ssociiHion lo Charleston. S. C.. ol lie class Ii Sally Leatuie. Tramback was one of the popular icmbers of the 1038 Giants. He lad a batting average or .30! in 8 games, driving In 52 runs. As » ' litelicr. he won nine and lost five , md had an earned run average ol | !.»/ while a member of the Giants. After leaving lilylhcvlllc, Sieve mocked around with several Texas League teams and cn:ered the s"i- Pet. .O'lli ' .aits ,r,M| .1)1)0 .s;o .500, vice in 1011. Upon his discharge from the service, he was signed by the V«ls and iem:iim-d ivilh them until lie was sold lo Charleston last. week. ion demanded as s> condition U>r ipproval of the b° 111 . The lii'.ht wsis scheduled for Chi-! •a^o after Graziano was barri-'l rom the ring in his home slide of Now York lor failure lo report i offer of a bribe. | Zale knocked out the challeni;ei'i i the sixth round ol their pre j vious match last September in New York. o Today's Games KOUTliKKN LEAGUE New Gi-li'i'iis at Mempnts. Atlanta at Nashville. JJirjiiin^hain sit ChullunuoE;a. Mobile at Little Rock. AMEKK'AN LEAGUE Washington at ChicaBO. Philadelphia at Cleveland. New Yoik at St. Louis. 'Boston at Detroit. NATIONAL LEAGUE Pittsburgh 0.1 Philadelphia. Cincinnati at Hoston. Chicago at Urooklyn. St. Louis at New York. FIXING STOPS FRETTING! Zalc-Graziano Bout Gets Illinois Commission Okay Chicago, April 23.' (UP)—The Illinois Boxing Commission today approved July 1C, as the date to the Tony Z-.ilc-Rocky Graziano mirt dlowcight cliampioiishi]) fight si Wriflcy Field. Official contracts have not yf: been signed. Neither Zalc nor Gra zino has posted the SIO.OOD ap pL'arance bond which the commis- whiel; :sh;o iiu'hulcs Double Jay, Stenlntlier, Cosmic Bomb. Star Reward aiul John's Pride. AH except, tlon. But 11 was a 'olicj eloat and Ye«rr<iiv's landed in the grandstand anyway, •[•,.(,„( (: f"ihi. so he didn't need the "assi.,t" from All ol other learns were tr.-.- velintr. staf - Paul I'Dizzy) Timers, whn blanked Clrvelir.d. 'j in 0 <m five hits, and 1 drove in two runs with a homer, later John's price arc expected to go to the post for the Derby. F eliu;: that Jet Pilot, the Mail Chin!:.''; Fanny's derby hopeful wa: re!ifhiir_' top form, trainer Ton Smith derided not to enter him ii the trial. He probably was sorr: later that he didn't lor clurin; veslertia>'s racing program he se:lt bombs in 1911. ilu chestnut colt out for a work-' nut at the Derby distance of a mile and a quarter and Je', Pilot \v,is anything but impressive. With ;'.n excrjise boy up, he was he'd under restraint for the first mile and then finished in 2:03 3;5, a mighty tired horse. After the wort:- oui. the dockers once more begin wonderiiv; whether Jet Pilot could go any farther than a mile. Not "only did the workout serve to rtampvii Jet Pilot's chances, but it also cost Smith S25. The stewards fined him that amount because he failed to ask permission to use the truck. i In addition Vo those who will ?o I In addition to those who will RO in the Deiby trial and Jet Pilot, four of Ihe other probables in Hie derby field arc on the grounds —AV. L..' SL'kle. Bullet Proof. On Trust and Phalanx, the pre-racc favorite at 2 to 1 and the winner of t he Wood. The othci two almost certain Marlers were en route- Lijerty Road Irom New York and r.'SK'i- from Kocneland. Both were Wyoming Gets Souvenir CHEYENNE. Wvo. (UP>—Wyoming's state capitol soon will be prcM.'ntrd a piece of stone from the British House of Commons, which was wrecked by German expected arrive today. POWER MOWER ave NOW ALL donu iict'cssary rc- lo your car Pay for it in Easy Monthly Payments LOY EICH 1 CHEVROLET CO. Phone 578 CALL" ' ' ' '*. everything In "INSURANCE' UNITED IHSURANCE .AGEHCY Ov«r Quard J«w*lry 5to*» J A. F. DIETRICH, Mgr. ' FOR SALE Choice '10 acres located at ICrn'.z Bridge, two miles north of Bly- thcville on Highway 61. Five room residence, -1-room tenant house and barn, sevcra! outbuildings. GO paper shell pecan trees set out last Fall. Five acres alfalfa, over GOO foot frontage, on Highway ul. This place is a honey, see or call ... H. E. "BUD" FISHER Real Estate & Loans 70/ East Kentucky Phone 2330 Coolair Plus Cooling You flick a switch and .1 cool'irj bree/.e comes llooditii; thi'dLi^h every room in your home! Fre.-:h, healthful outside air is drown jn throllBh doors and windows and up through an attractive ccllini; grille or automatic shutter into a suction box in tha attic. The COOLAIR FAN, mounted in the box. blows the air outdoors aijain Ihroush attic exhaust opfilings. See the COOLAIR PAN in oi'r store; you'll want it for your home. Terms can be But don't wait, hot weather ia just around the corner! Coolair ... Made in the South For Southern Climate! New Theater Manila's Finest NIGHT < | Matinee Siilurduy & Sunday tt»* Opens Vt'cek Days 7:00 p.m. Sat.- Sun. 1 p.m. Cant, Showing Tuesday 'Dangerous Millions" Kent Taylut and Unnn.i Ilr:ike Also Short Subjects Wednesday and Thursday "The Brasher Doubloon" ii 'IVmticth-Onlury Fo^ I'uttirc George i\Inntj;oinrry ;tncl NiiTicy fiiiiUI Also Short Subjects "WHAT ABOUT THE BEER?" 'WE'RE IN LUCK-I GOT BUPWEISF.R" Worn tires are dangerous tires. Trade them in today on new top quality Dayton Thorobreds. You'll get top prices for your unused tire mileage. And you'll be surprised how lirtlo you pay for safer, longer-wearing THOROBREDS^ Sec the Rotoflo Power Mower on Display in Our Showroom PAUL BYRUM IMPLEMENT CO. 1 122 Kasl JIain SI. (£_ Phone 101 . fife.* Blyllicville. Ark, A NEW TUBE PROTECTS NEW TIRES .. .Seethe amazing Thoro- breci Butyl Tube.II holds air many limes longer lhan rubber lubes. THEATRE Manila, Ark. 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