The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 1, 1947 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS _ THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1917 Mobile Bears Lick Travelers Climb in Standings •. _ To First- Division; Chicks Lose Another ATLAXTA, G:l.. May 1. (UP) — Tlic Mobile Boars today were enjoying the rr.viried fitmospheiT ol the Southern Association first c'i- visicn thanks to the Ihror-hk pitching of righthander John -Hall. Tile 22-yenr-o!d rookie iiuricr nil- piled tlic caU'inilnc trush to liio spfrnllns Little Ho.-:-: Pebbles >'•«<• night, soiling tlcwn .the home forces with three scattered Ulo'.vs. Meanwhile the Dears were making their nine hits count for four scores. Traveller Fi'.oi BiU Dickey used two fliiiRves in :i vuin attempt I" save the content. Yho <U-fe:il clroji- pcd the Rooks into seventh pln;i!. A five-run outburst in the. sixth was all l!u> ^coring the front-running New Orleans Pels could uncork at Memphis last nittlit as :i trio of .C!ii?k pitrhcrs held Uitf high-flying Pelicans to live- hit.s. 'Notwithstanding tlieir paucity of buseknorks tlie surprising Bayou •Bombers coppeci the contest, 5-1. 'Pete Monica worked the distance for the winners, holding ihe last- place Memphis biili'.ossers to six safeties. The victory extended ihe Pelicans' lead to three full names. Th e txirkslhliiip Atlanta Crackers outlasted Larry Gilbert's Vols at Nashville last iiicjhi anil finished on top. 8 to 7. Neither Ben Wiui- nor Slw:oy Kinuey. the respective. stiM'ters, were around at the finish of the frcc-hitllnc contest. The Crax shelled Wade to cover in the seventh dirrinrr .1 three-run i:i>visin<!. John Wells, who came on In • relief, ran into a flurry ,')t •Atlanta basehUs and save wnv to Dolph Matulis in the eighth. Wade v.'as charged \v:Lh lh° seth:ick. •Nashville sc?ked Kinnev freely tile ninth during a three-rim /Jeff-Today Chandler Calls Yankee Owner On the Carpet CINCINNATI, O, May 1. (UP) — An unrepentant. IJirry Macl'hail noes before liascball Commissioner Albert Chandler today for n session whleli ci)»l(! prove pivotal In ihc careers of both. Chandler did not reveal why he was calllny the New York Yankee pri.siclcMi: on the carpet, but II was tJHKTrilly Ix'llovec! that he would accuse Macl'hatl of "InsnbOKlina- ilon" because Uirry commented often and acidly on Chandler's decisions In the" Leo Durocher caso. Koino writers expected Chandler lo. line or suspend MncPhail. After, banning the Dodger mnnn- Eu 1 for n year, suspending Yankee (.'ouch Chuck nvesscn for a month and fining the n<xit!<'r and Yankee teams. Chandler ordered all concerned to be silent henceforth a- linul the caso. MacPhall, flKiira- llvely thuinblUK his nose at the commissioner, called a press conference for the very next day and announced he would release nny fact.t he fell, were pertinent. The Yanks also kept Drcssen in uniform on Ihc field until iriime time: each day. Chandler finally ordered nrcs- scii to stay away from the. Yanks Jaines J. Jeffries proudly exhibits the linncls \vith \vhich he knocked himself tjut of iu'a\ r y-i u-i'ifiht competition. Hundreds' helped ex-champion celebrate !2nd birthday :H his llurbank, Calif., home. Many Enter For High School Track Contests LITTLE ROCK. Ark., May 1. (Ul'l —The Mill annual track and licit! l; „ .. - meet for Arkansas High Schools comr'haek nnd Lou Bush and Char-JKets tnidcr way here tomorrow, U. 5. Engineers Open Bids On Big Bull Shoals Dam L1TTU5 HCCK. Ark,. May 1. cur > —United stales District En [•incei-.i opened bills at 2 p.m. today for ccmstni'.'tion of the Bull Shoals Dam. The engineers yesterday jwstpon- cd openlni; uiiis on three Conway County Levee districts because ol difficulties in securing; rights of nay. The Ijicls will be opened May G. ley Mistos had to be summoned to put out the blaze. In all. 34 bin- Bios were socked out by the baiters with the winners I'chu: credited with 18. The victory allowed Atlanta to move up to fifth, a fe.v percentage points out in front ol the vols. 'Wei grounds postponed hostilities between Birmingham and Chutti- noo^a yesterday. Dyersburg Golf Tourney Delayed; To Set K'oV/ Dofe Wendell Eaton, prrt of the Biy- theville Country Club announced when today that the invitational golt tournament scheduled for Sunday in Dyersbur^. Tenn., lias been postponed due to several members ol the Blythcville clnij attending the invitational tournament' In Little Rock this weekend. The tournament at. DyersburK will be played latcriin-the month he. stated. with 340 contestants entered in the Class "A" division alone Preliminaries started at 10 a.m. In. the "A" and "B" divisions, and finalists will compete under the HtjMs at 8 p.m. The Ft. Smith Gitolles, 1910 champions, were predicted to offer stiff competition a^aln tills year to the favored Little Pock Tiuers. ''•illl thn Camdon 1'antliers L'ouncl- ing out the top three squads. from Ilalbek to Cairo, each carrying a silk-wrapped cherry for the Ve/.Ir, Yaknb Ben-Kills, who had expressed his desire for a dish of cherries from the lialbek region. g I : irst Air Esprrss Tlie fh.st air express .was inaugurated back in tlie 10th century, UDO pigeons were dispatched New Theater Manila's Finest Shows KVERY NIGHT Matinee Saturday & Bnnday Hoi Oprna Week Days 7:°° P-™- iat.-Sun. 1 p.m. Cont Bhowlui RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. I>ast Time Today "Bachelor's Daughters" with Gail Itussell, C'lair Trevor and Aclnlphc Mcnjoii Paramount News ami C'omcily Friday anil Saturday "VALLEY of FEAR" • Plaster • Stucco • Concrete Phone 3998 I.asl Time 'I'oclay 'The Brasher Doubloon" a TwentipMi-Cciltury Fn" Picture willi and \aiiry C'.utlll Also Short Kubjccls Friday "NOB HILL" A Mill Ci-ntiiry-rox rirliire wllll UeorKO Uaft Also SoU'clcd, Shorts Co/ninrj to the LUX THEATRE LUXORA, ARKANSAS Monday and Tuesday, May 5 & 6 GIRL WON'T GO TO O HER MOTHER-] -Nvlion ihc goes lo her giiHricndfl with her "froubloi"-lfien hcrja Parcnls have Failed in ifieincxrod N <!ulyl This grand pkluro brings ) Molhcr and Daugfifcr-FalKcr and \ Son...closer logclhcrlll .^ Open at 7:00 p.m.; Starts 1:30 p.m. Last Time Today "The Song of Arizona" with Roy Rogers and Dais Tvans Fox Movit'tone News and Shorts Friday and Saturday "Trail of Kit Carson" with Alan Lane, Helen Talbot Serial: "Daughter of Don Q" Also Shorts • Sparkling Kew Holl)-«ocid Rtlta; »It Will Change' • Really, Three- Shows-ln-on: • RcclsimcdbyThs - Kalion's Press • It Points The Way i To Hsppiness So Human—It's Heart-breaking living [ifcifsc1E...lric fun of youth is mixed wilh ihc heartbreaks of ignorance. 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