The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 29, 1946 · Page 6
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BLYTHETILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS \\T3DNESWAY, MAY 29, 19-16 Ort-Throat Series Gets Under Way Thir*VPlac* Vob • In Favored Spot ! To Up Percentages j |v BURNS BENNETT , , VmUfi rnw Sports Writer N>TLANTA, G»., May 29. (U.P.) — Ptaur of the five leading Southern A«Boci»tton contenders lock horns tenlfht as they open new three woe series and while they silt e»Jh others throat, the third- Mice Nashville Vols get-.a chance toimove forward as they take on the . cellar-dwelling Little , Rock Travelers who have .lost 11 out of thjir last 12 games! '•The league leading Atlanta Crackers move into New Orleans to take on the fourth place Pelicans and the second place Chattanooga Lookouts move into Memphis to engage the fifth place Chicks. Meanwhile, the Birmingham Barons and the Mobile Bears will battle it out for sixth place alt Mobile. . Chattanooga Lookouts pull- Senators Hope to Overtake Fast-Moving Boston Red Sox BY CARL LUNBQWIST United Press Sports Writer NEW YORK, May 23. (UP) — There was an understandable difference of opinion today between manager Ossle Bluegc of Washington and Connie Mack of Philadelphia as to just how good those rampaging Red Sox from Boston really are. '• Mack, who Is glumly resigned to* seeing his poor old Athletics finish In the cellar once more, thinks that the Red Sox will cop the 1946 American League .flag. ; "I believe the teams will wind up in just about the positions they occupy now," he said. "'Hie Red Sox are a wonderful ball club. I have found everybody rooting for them to come through. In fact, I'd like to see them win myself.*' Bluegc, whose Senators can take over second place by beating the Yankees today, has designs on that flng himself und doesn't concede a thing to Red Sox boss, Joe Cronln. "Boston can't keep going like it has," he said. "Those boys arc hitting over their heads and there arc some spark an eight run rally In the fifth. Even more heartening to the Cardinals was the return to form of little Ted Wilks, who pitched seven and two-thirds scoreless relief Innings for his first win after taking over when starter Johnny Beazlcy got wild In the second. The Glpnts won their fifth straight game and stopped a Dodger.,.victory string at seven with a 5 to 2 victory at Brooklyn. It was tl)e first time the Giants had won there this season, pitcher Dave Koslo gained the decision over Dodger rookie, Joe Hatten when the Giants rallied late to win, two runs coming In the ninth on triples by Buddy Blattner and Jack Graham. Babe Young got four hits and Howie chultr. made three for Brooklyn Including a homer. The Pirates, getting some much needed timely hitting, won their fourth straight beating the Reds 8 to 3 at Pittsburgh. Edson IJiihr won his second game, after a late start and drove In two runs. ed to within four games of the weak sl>ots that will show up more lading Crackers Tuesday night by later on. Cronln has a third base whipping Little Rock 5 to 2 for!problem and he needs rel thelr 12th win out of their last crs." IS games. Hal Toenes went the r<>ute for the Lookouts, yielding ntne hits. •The lowly Mobile Bears out- slugged the Crackers in n free scoring game to salvage the final contest of a four game scries, 11 e»ch side used three pitchers with YA Smolko getting the win and Charley Bowles being charged with the loss. Morris Aderhold homered for the Crackers in the first with one on. (The loss ended Atlanta's winning streak at seven but was only the Crackers' fifth loss out ol their last 26 games. •'Birmingham and New Orleans divided a double-header at New Orleans, the Barons taking the nine inning opener 4 to 0 behind the three-hit pitching of Vernon '$tocky" Stone who made his first start of the season, and the Pels copping the seven-inning nightcap 9 to 2 behind the six-hit pitching of .Bob Williams. Frank Mullins rlomered for the Barons in the seventh inning of the first game With the sacks empty. "', At Memphis, Talmadge Abcr- hathy pitched five-hit ball for the Chicks to win 8 to 2 over the Nashville Vols. The Chicks rapiwd Lee Anthony, the loser, Dutch Mc- Cali and Ernie Balser for 10 safe blows. suggest that his the one to over- , Bluege didn't team would be lake Ih 0 Sox but (he Nats made it look plausible when they spoiled the first night game ever played in Yankee Stadium for 48.895 fans. topping New York 2 to behind 1 The name "Arkansas" was derived from the Algonquin name of the; quapaw Indians. i Bemd Courier News Want Ads. T to Organize Softball Teams Recreational Program Designed to Reach Different Age Groups Firman Bynum Is now "on the Job" as a member of the Blythe- vllle Y and ha« begun to organize Softball leagues. These win be for divisions In »ge groups of Junior high school, high school, men, -school girls ; and business girls, in addition, he will aid in the promotion of various athletic tournaments.' . Work will begin at once In the organization of a variety of liotivi- lics expected to give Blythevllle a recreational program lor all ««es. Mr. Bymun immediately Issued a call for lx>ys from .12-14 years to form their neighborhood teams for participation- In a boys aoft- ball league. "We should be able to round up the at least six teams to- begin knock- National and Phlla<llephln at I!os- ing the old apple around," the Boston nt Philadelphia ton in the American were out. rained athletic Instructor said. "If practice and meetings of the leaders begin at once, we should be able to start Former Ace of Hur/ers Battles Against Death WASHINGTON, Mav 29. (UP) — The flhtlng heart of Walter Johnson gave him a chance today to pitch one more shutout — agaiiist death. Critically league weeks, for older age groups would" be play within a couple ' of He Indicated that leagues Two Veterans Favored to Win Auto Race INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., May 29. (U.P.)—Two veteran drivers who often have shared the heartbreaks of the sports world's toughest test, the 500-mile Memorial Diiy automobile race at the Indianapolis Speedway, were favorites today as they awaited the start of the 30th renewal of the motor classic. .•.-'..•.". Co-favorites lor th« first renewat of the "500" since 1941 are Ralph Hepburn of Van Nuys, Calif., and Rex Mays of Long Beach, Calif. Hepburn turned •' in -a. record-breaking qualifying time ol 133.944 miles per hour and May:, had a mark of 123.86J for his 10- mile test.. A record crowd of 175,000 motor mild fans are expected to jam their way into the ancient speedway tomorrow and to pour ap- Hagen Proves Showmanship, With Goofy One By HAROLD FOREMAN United Press SpoUs Writer ATLANTA, Ga., May 28. (UP) — Almost any time that golf is discussed the name of Walter Hagen creeps into the conversation and many are the interesting tales told about golf's greatest showman. A couple of days ago, Carlton Byrd, sports editor of the Winston- Salcm, N. C., Sentinel was talking to Orville White, pro at the .Forsyth country club in winsfo'n- Salem, and White had this one to tell about Hagcn. "It was up in the Open and as I had never played with Hagcn I made a special request to play with him jn this tournament, it didn't look like 1 was going to get to play with him though for as time drew near for us to tec off there was no Ilagcn, "Our .starting time was delayed, ) — Is;en nil old ton jn- fllB or- 01110 inn VMl cd the 10th fpcen nml tlngcn liiul ;t pull of about, seven feet lor nuolhcr birdie. "II was so (l.irk llngcn oouldn'l even see tiic hole. The Halg icau- c<l down over tlic ball, hatl his head on the ground, and told Ills caddie to rattle the pin in Hie cup. ']Ho rciwatcd the |>erfonn;incc a second time. Finally Hagcn said lie knew the exact position, and, bending over Hie hall, lilt it right, into the cup for his birdie and a 60 which was the lowest, score of the day." White ended Ills story telling about Hagch by saying "I don't know oven to this day whether he didn't know the position of the cup or If he was just putting on a show for the spectators." WARNING OltDKK Baseball Standings By United Pttm SOUTHKHN LEAGUE w. L. ret Atlanta ' . 31 14 68 Chattanooga . 26 17 60 Nashville 20 16 55 Memphis 23 ?0 53 Mobile 10 26 .M Birmingham 15 27 .35 Little Rock • 13 27 Sj NATIONAL LEAGUE ' ' W. U PC Brooklyn . 23 11 .67 St. Louis 21 13 .61 Cincinnati 15 15 50 Chicago 16 16 .5C New York n 18 At Pittsburgh 14 Ifi 4( III Ihc Chancery ('riurt, ('hit-ku- sawba District, Mississippi Cumily, Arkansas. Thomas C. Moore PhiliitlfT, vs. No. 9603 Iris AUIesey Moore Defcndiint. The defendant, Iris Attlc.sey Moore, proxlmately *1,000,000 Into the till.i anti ' "t tl)e last minute, here came | is hereby warned to appear within The admission prices range from Hagcn puffing and blowing. He'd [thirty days in the court named in the $3.00 It costs the peasants oti lcft "is clubs somewhere along (he the sport for tlie right to standi roa(i . so he ran Into the clubhouse in the infield to the $!g.OO box anci came back out with it new set seats In the grandstand at the all<1 a dozen new balls in a box. middle or the stretch. Tile cheapest, scat, and every one has been sold for months, is $7.50. Hepburn will be starting his IStli formed as rapidly ns ')">ssLble and r'Pcertway race when he Is rolled to "The clubs were still new and he had to pull the cellophane off the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Thomas C. Moore. Dated this 21 day of May, 19-15. HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk By Mary Lcc Jarratt, U. C. them. After a few practice drives j II. G. Purllow, Ally, for Pltf. that went some " 275 yards right' Gene E. liracllcy, Atty. ad I,item. down the middle. Hagen looked at won his fifth game without a oss. Leonard backed up his iiitch- ng with timely hitting, getting two ingles and driving In the winning un In the fourth to top Clarence Cuddles) Marshall, Yankee rookie n a fine duel. Marshall yielded only seven safe jlows and held Mickey Vcrnon hit. ess for the first time alter a 22- :ame streak, longest in the majors o date. It was the third Yankee oss in four games since Bill Dickey oceanic manager. White Sox Win \ The White Sox won their j fourth straight game since Ted Lyons took over as pilot, topping the Browns at St. Louis, 0 to 2 behind ', Orvnl Grove's five-lilt pitching. Grove, given a four-run lend in the first inntng, breezed to an easy The Tigers finished strong for Freddie Hutchinson, getting all their runs in the last four innings in a 6 to 1 triumph over the Indians nt Cleveland. Hiitchinson pitched sturdily, giving uu five hits. The Cardinals moved within two games of the Dodgers in the National. putting on their best batting show of the season in a 14- lilt. 12 to 2 victory over the Cubs at Chicago. Rookie Dick Slslcr hit his first big league homer and it came with the buses loaded to ill with a stroke, the Immortal 58, -year-old former hurling star for the Washington Senators, rallied and showed the same great courage that had given him an all-time major league record of, thine to b e utilized .to .the max- 13 shutout vlctoi-les during his Irrium 'bv 21-year career. ,• 'all app_<j'' His family was summoned from nearby Alia Vista, ( Md., to his bedside last night at Georgetown Hospital, after he had taken n sudden turn for the worse yesterday. And although his condition remained critical there was hope that he might "pull through." seconds behind the .'inning Wilbur Shaw. Mays was the runner-up in both 1940 and 1041. a program 'designed for all ages," the president said. Individuals or teams desiring further information or having suggestions, are requested to contact Bynum at the Y or call 479. Osceo/a Grid Schedule For 1946 is Announced OSCKOLA, Ark.. May 27—The football schedule for the Osceola High School is: Sept. 13, Parkin, there; Sept. 20, Paraeould, here: Oct. 4, Corning, here; Oct. 11, Earlc, here; Oct. 18, Augusta, there; Oct. 25. Conway, here; Nov. 1. Batcsvlllc. there; Nov. 8. Bcebc, here; Nov. 15, Plggott, there; NoV. 22, open date; Nov. 28, Marked Tree, here. A buried mass of cooling rock is believed to be the source of heat of the hot springs of Arkansas.' Yesterday's Results SOUTHERN LEAGUE Birmingham 4, New Orleans 0 (1st game). New Orleans 9, Birmingham z (2nd game). Mobile 11, Atlanta 9. ' Memphis 8, Nashville 2. ' Chattanooga 5. Little Rock 2: '• NATIONAL LEAGUE : St. Louis 12. Chicago 2. Boston at Philadelphia, rain. Night Games: New York at Brooklyn. Cincinnati at Pittsburgh. AMERICAN LEAGUE Philadelphia at Boston, rain. Night Games: Washington at New York. Detroit at Cleveland. Chicago at St. Louis. Today's Games SOUTHERN LEAGUE Chattanooga at Memphis. Nashville at Little Rock. Birmingham at Mobile. Atlanta at New Orleans. NATIONAL LEAGUE New York at Brooklyn, Boston at Philadelphia. Cincinnati at Pittsburgh. St. Louis at Chicago. AMERICAN LEAGUE Detroit .at Cleveland. Washington at New York. Philadelphia at Boston. Only games sclicduled. ball better I ever did In asked co-'opcratlon of ' all sports ' lllc ll " c ai 10 a - m - < CST » tomor-. me and said, -Hell, I'm hitting the minded boys and girls, men and' rmv - whlle Mnvs wlu llne "l> for h °" K "'*°" '""" T """ ' ~ women I his ninth start here. Hepburn fln- Ru-ssel Barham, president of the !SK| , sc f» nd '" J^ 19 ^ 7 , .™, cc '.t tt Board or Directors, added that he j S C»HV thought Blythevllle'citizens-would welcome a well organized and supervised program such as ;ls planned by the f Board of .'-Drreeirirs. 'IThe headquarters and r e e'r"c a 11 o n a I rooms a t the City Hall will con- tournament. Let's go.' i"My fir;/, drive went ^,rait!it down tlie fairway while Hagon hit his into the rough. Tim grass uas about knee-high but Hagen took a wood and put the ball right on the green. He got a birdie and I got a par. At the end of seven holes Hagen was three under par with those new clubs and to top It all he never was in the fairway he scrambled all over the place. "Because we started late, it was getting pitch dark when we reach- 5122-29-015-12 Philadelphia 8 24 AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Boston New York Washington . ... 20 Detroit 20 18 Cleveland 16 21 St. Louis 16 22 Chicago 14 20 Philadelphia 9 27 29 23 .467 ij. L .250 jj Pet. | .763 \ .590 t .088 \ .52U .43'3 J .421 ! .412} .250 ': Read Courier News Want Ads. A catalogue of Wyoming streams , shows the state has 38 Spring ' Creeks, 30 Cottonwood Creeks, 29 • Heaver Creeks, '28 Willow Creaks, 25 Bear Ciecks. 23 Dry Creeks, 21 : Horse Creeks. 18 San Creeks, 17 Rock and.Sheep Creeks. Judge Trimble Appoints New I/. S. Commissioner LITTLE ROCK, Ark., May 29. (UP)Lee Miles. Little Rock attorney, has been appointed TJ. S. commissioner replacing w. M. Ran- kln, who resigned yesterday. The | appointment was made by U. S. District Judge T. C. Trimble. A former state senator and Pulaskl county judge, Miles served as chairman of the State Game an,-! Fish DC YOU LIKE TO FISH? Then come by and sec the new bait yard where we sell only quailify bait. Ask your friend. C. R. COLLINS 577 Chic'kasawba Read .Courier News Want ..Ads. Commission for 22 years. Terry Abstract & Realty Co. Abstracfs of Title — Lands — : Loans 213 W. 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