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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 1, 1947
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'J'HUHSDAY, MAY 1, 1347 BLYTHEV1U.E (AKK.) COUKIKU NHWS Catholic Gridders Must Defeat Third Place Central to Win Right to Play in Football Finals y in the grammar school football league will swing into .stietcli tomorrow night with the playing of both piny-oil gn me Haley Field. UMIKC nnil Catholic, who are tied for first pla-e ill tup IC.IRUC indiums, flipped a coin to .see which team would represent lirst plate Hi which would represent second place. Lnngo won 111,; toss and elect- I lo represent second plate ami meet, the Sddbury Bulldogs, fourth BASEBALL- STANDINGS. PAGE -8EVBM W. Ij. Now Oilcans M 4 Clmliuuoogii 10 6 'Illrniiiii;)iain 8 » Mobile 8 1 a Atlanta 8 10 Nashville 7 9 Little Rock 711 •Memphis f> 10 Major League Analysts Addled By Standings in Major Leagues Ihe third place Cen- il Crimson Tide will brittle it out tlie lirst play-off name for the !hl of phiying; iti (lie champion- I ! <ii> liii. Game time for this tilt 'H.v losing Ihe, Caitholic J '"(is its back asamst the wall. I 1 '"' Iiish will h:ivi: to overcome I iii- powerful defense ol the Tide order to ;;i;t a crack at the. city am|.-i<,n:shin. The Tide deleatcd '• Irish in ;'. liover Boy linisii teams' first etisam'nienl two Tide pushed across a last touchdown alier Ihe Uvo hi.d st:i : .;ed a mid-field dc* battle for Him: and a hill Eddie Arcaro In Derbyville For Big Race I.OOISVIU.E. Ky., May 1. (U -A banana-nosed little guy, wno habit, came to Churchill Downs AMiviucAN I.I;A«KK w. u (j 4 7 fi (i ij C C ........ S 5 .U'..', .JO .4711 NKW YOHK, May 1. (Ill')—A'.lll- .411 led analysis were In a dither'luda.y .43B (ryiiiji t'o |lj>ure out the fuel ll'at .Ji'j; the .sad sack Philadelphia's tun JIM jumi> into first place In (ho Anie} rican League ns quickly ns Ihe i world champion St. I.imis Cimllnals [!,,( ran r,o from eighth to .seventh til Chlenso . . New Vol k Boston . . . IJelroil . .. Cleveland . £t. lx>uis .. . U'ashini'Lnii NA'llON'Al, Brooklyn Pitisburyh lloslon Philadelphia New Yoi k . .St. I/mis .. W. . a . a . n . 7 . 7 G . 4 . 11 SpiriU-il Came Predicted In piciaration of Hie play-ol! ill. tile lour trams .settled ilOivn 1 hard drills this week. The biill- »i's are out lo slop the off-tauk!c •-'sli'-;; o] Jimmy Hwilt anil Billy 'ration, backfic'ld stars of '.lie •Hii'e Wildcats, and if the BilU- <•;••> iilayins', Ls urj lo par, 1/ange ill hud that the game won't ix over. Clinches Corky Bjomeycr am '•illy Dr.iccy ran the .Central ag- leLMtlon through ruuyh defensive lilts in the presence of the Uni• T.sriy cji Arkansas c'oaches, Join • ainhill and Bill Burnes earhe iis week. The Tide lost two bat- ''s £ i^/~ the regular season, one i tlv.wViidcats and an upset at le haii'ffiof the Bulldogs. Johnny llalsell and Tommy Mos- V. slione, contenders for thehail- :K-'K slots on the all-city team. ill spark Ihe Tide's offensive and :ateh their yard gaining ability gainst that of Haskoll IJaiiKliman nd Charles Hall ot the Catholic This crucial meeting between ontrjtl and Catholic is slated to • the best game since the begin- in^ of the league. The \vinner of le tilt \vill meet the winner of ie Lamie-Sndbury game next eek to liecide the rity champions. J Dunald Gentry, of the Bulldogs. |:u[ probably tiie best quarterback the league, will lead the Ca- lines to battle against the Wild- Ids in the final game tomorroiv |:Rlit at 8:30.• \Vihlcals Favored I This game will be far from track with the odds, that Jivor tlie Cats, lowering since the. leeting of the two teams last leek. The Wide-fits scored oiil> lie touchdown, that being early the' first quarter. The Bulldog? |>!d them in mid-field for the r~- lainder of the game. Lange wor first -'^oiinter with the Buil- Jigs 21 to 7 in a league lid lift- jg game. IWinner of the championshir June will receive the America!' [lion Trophy to keep until the Ity championship is won by an- her team, at which time the' tro- ly will be surrendered to them nvevcr, if one team wins the citj ainpionshi]) three years in a row will l:e given the right to re-1 jir. ihe troplv; for good. | After tlie crowning of the citv'j amp.>. all all-city team will be nouncecl. 'Thi s honor team will nicked by the coaches of thei rioiis teams. Coaches Bill God-j n nnd Nig Byntlin, ilirector of ^ro;!ram. and members of the ilckasaw Athletic Clnb, who spon- tlii 1 league. Members of the all-city squad d cliampwinslilp team will lie est? (if ihe Lions Club at, rt lunch- Li v.-lit"-:': awards will Le made. Blytheville Track Stars Depart For State Meet in Little Rock today with a chance to make Kentucky Derby riding history and do a little name changing. His name is Kddie Arcaro and to most turfmen he is the best jockey in the game today. He do. 1 more with less, as they say in his business, than any other rider. That is one reason wnv 1'haia.ix' ... , is lavorcd to win the derby Hal- Nmp ™'in.>cr:; ol Ihe ,-emor and imlay. Kddie. tile Kentucky born- J>»"w high school track leums leit jock of Italian descent, is going ^' to be up. He rode Phalanx to victory in the first -section of the Wood .Memorial and said then he was "on a lot of horse." '•He'll take a lot of beatiiiG." he reiterated today as he came to the Downs to steer l>halan>: through .r«.'^ K just doesn't make sense. ,r,nr The A's. almost unanimously c.on- Oi;i signed to finish in last plnci', nvo Mil tliere all rigid, but. liecause of Ihe ,4:ir, liiilil American ^,]l :ue only two ,4'M I ai'i'-sctiinc; Chicago White Sox. i Much more battling is the fact I IhaL i he Cai^llnals. eaughl In a IVt.' M'\•(•n-irame Rising streak, are two •'''•-', games behind the sevenlh \iluce .tilii! New Vork (Hants and 12 behind • "'•' Ihe pace-setting Brooklyn Dodgers. .t:i:i: Tii,. Chicago While Hux picked ••1'^ l-\' no one as calenders, ino\'ed • *-J back to tli,. lop of the roost In the -i"l American I/'a^ue ycslei-day when • '»- they diubhed Washington, 5 U, 2, his final workouts. This is the little fellow who guessed wrong five years ago. Oiven his choice of which Greenlrsi- Stable derby entrant to ride, lie chose Devil Diver, leaving Wayne Wright to guide Shutout over the mile and a quarter classic. Hhul- out won, but that victory still is regarded as «. freak, for the Diver went on to be a much better horse than Shutout, and win a lot more money. This year, for the 73rd annual ruining of the classic, Eddie hail 10 decision like that to mak Months ago he knew that if ne rode in the derby it would be on Phalanx and that it the way it going to be—(he only way Eddie ,vanted it to be. iA triumph and another blank of roses would make him the first jockey in history to win four derbies. He did it before on 'Lawrir 1938. Whirlaway in 194! an'. Hoop Jr., in 1045. He had wha was considered an even monrj chance to make it four last yeai but Ins mount. Maine Chanci Farm's Lord Boswell, wound it] fourth. qi meet moi inn;.; Inr l.illle Uo •oinpele in the .Suite track morro.v nivlit. Members ol Die junior hat made the trip lo the ire Roger Linn, Hnbi'it llred. ,loli i liilchcrson. Charles Liifcs. Ilucldy 3onne" and Jim il\'r:'iuil. P.epre- icnting Blylhevilie High .Sclunil will lie Billy Wayne M:Farlaml.< :uol[i Traylor a;;d Charles I.ei;- 'Coach Pop -Moslev's I^rips. i.i>; , week, defeated Ih,. Jonesliuro Ju:i-' lor Hi^h Whirlwinds in the Hi-.-^ Irict F(^ILr meet at Jonesboro lo claim the ilistrict championship, their in se\'eral years. The Blythevillp Chirks were warded the District Pour cham- lionships wi'honl a battle, being tlie only class A .''•.•ho.')! in the district lo sponsor a track team. Coach Nig B-. num. of the Chicks, slated yesterday that he would enter ronl::.stants in only three events. They are Ihe 103-yard dash, 220-yaid diish and the 440-yard run Tiayhn- and McFarhmd v - -^ compi'te in Ihe d.tslies w-liile Leg- r,ett will enter tiie 440-yard run. ho sairl. Nine evenls will be held in the junior event and Coach Mosley stEited that he planned on entering coiileslani.s in all events. Roger Lum. Kobeit Heed and Charles Lutes will handle the 11W and 220-y.lrd daslies willi Luni and Lutes entering the 50-yard ilns.'i. nl ChlcciBo. The While Sox (,,ok over the lead wilh their sixih .IcKiry („ 10 guinea to itate while the Yankees were dropped Into wo , m ,| ]lkl( . ( , nt Kt . I/)uls by the Drowns wh,, racked up n 15 to 5 victory with four homers. At New York, Ihe Oiants walled until two were oiu m Hie ninth before beatiii,; u,,. Cardinals. •! lo 3, for tlie second si might time, Kid Gordon's two ran dimble broke up ,eague race. Ihcyj t | )c „„„ ,,.„„,. , uu| lu , uulu(| „„ behind the ca ,.| i( , r car.lliwi attack which In- clurtcd first inning homers by Al Sclioeiidlensl and Slan Mnslnl. Jiill Nicholson also won a BIIIUO In tlie ninlli al llrooklyn when his two nm homer mivi> tlie Chlengo Cubs n 3 to i vlciory nnd ended u slx-ynme ixxlger winntnt' streak at home in cu;lu r,:uues ihere this It also w as I lie ilrsl IXxlger defeat senson. Hookl,. Doyle i.ade, jrosli from flhrevepuit of t:,e Texas I.eii- gue. held Hie iiare-selting Hicioks to four hits, two of lliem by lialpli Branca, his piichmg rival. Chli'iu;:) now Is only a came behind Brooklyn. Johnny K.du pitched Ihe llravei to a six-hii, m in ;( victory oi'er I Cincinnati al noslnn. strlkliig nut ' 10 baiters to guin his second vie- , lory. Ilniiklc Karl Togeson hll a homer ami litple nnd Boh Klllott .. - lonhle and Iwn singles to 1 lead Hie ir.-hll brave altaek, firndy j lltilliin hoiueidl [or the lieds I , The I'iriiles made U Iwo .strnlgh! . Fox Hunters Open Three-Day Session In Heber Springs Approximately '2003 fox hunters South Missouri « uth " kansas "and 330 ho pected lo participate duy fox chase, S|HH North Arkansas am souri l-\)\ Hunter. wlijth starts today nt Heber Clov. Ken Ijiuey s|x>ke id mils arc Ar- ex- In the tlirve- sored by li'.o South' Mis- Association. to Hie over Ihe Phils al Philadelphia, II lo 4, Boiling 10 lilLs us Clyde Klut- l/. led (he wily with a homer, triple, and .4111811- I-'rankli! ansllne got four singles, extending his consecutive hilling slreiik lo 12 games, American League wns rained out Philadelphia n( Clevelnnd In Ihe Yesterday's star—1)111 Nicholson whose Iwo run homer In (he nlnlh gave the cubs a 3 to 1 victory nnd snapped a six-Kiime Brooklyn winning strenk. Bi'ouj) al 3 o'clock this afternoon, illthliglillng today's events. He uUo .poke to the members ol ilic Good toads Convention which Is being lielU In the Cleburne Co*nty Courthouse In Heber Springs today. Several fox hunters Irom North•east Arkansas and Southeast Missouri arc attending the meeting. Jim pereiful and Honer Lum will eiih'r lln 1 btoad jump and Perci- Inl wjl: coni])ele in the high jump ,, cl j_ [•'iiilesl. ' ' ' Juhn Ilulchrrson will represent Ihe Papoose:; in the 4--IO->:ud run wilh Heed and liuddy Dimner handling ihe weight evenls which will consist ol Hie shot put and tliv.'US, The- Paps relay team will be einiii i.Ki'il ol Reed, Lutes. Lum ami llUU'hcrson and will enter Ihe inly relay event, the 8!l[)-yard ri'la.Y. Tiiis combination kno.'keil <>:i tin. illia-yard event in 1:48.4 at the meet in Jonc.Vooro lasl week. Roger Lum and Charles Lutes will be tin: I'aps biggest threats. In time 1 trials last week. Lum ran the .'ift-yard dash in a fraction i ver six seionds. which is the slate junior record. However this was on a dirt track and if weather is hi vorablo it expected thai lie will 'octlcr this time on Ihe cinder path at Little Rock. Lutes skirled Ihe 233- in 25 seconds at Jonesboro. Qualifying rounds lor Ihe meet will be held tomorrow morning and altcrnoon with the finals be staged toinorrow niglil. All Kvi-s On Star Our e>:pi'e. [ ',sion, "cynosure of nil eye.s," oriyinally came from the eonstr-llalinii Cynosure, or Minor, fontninin'! the 1 pole star toward which all mariners turned 1 heir eyes. Yesterday's Results SOUTHERN LEAGUE Mobile -i. Little Rock 0. New Orleans 5, 'Memphis 1. Atlanta 8. Nashville 7. •Birmingham ^-t Chattanooga, rnin AMERICAN LEAGUE St. Louis 15, New York H. Boston 7, Detroit 1, Chicago 5, Washington 2. Philadelphia at Cleveland, rain. NATIONAL LEAGUE Chicago 3, Brooklyn 1. Boston 10, Cincinnati 3. Pittsburgh 11, Philadelphia New York 4, St. Louis 3. Today's Games SOUTHERN LEAGUE 'New Orleans at Memphis. Mobile at L,itt!e Rock. Birmingham at ClintUmoogn Atlanta ai Nashville. I If IP |n:U Irth famous Giant's Causeway, ^ rm-k formation, is on the ^'>t of County Antrim, Ire- AMERICAN LEAGUE New York at Chicago. Washington at St. Loin's. Philadelphia at DfitroiL Only games sclicdulcd.. NATIONAL LEAGUE St. Louis nt New York. Chicago at Brooklyn. Pittsburgh at Philadelphia. Cincinnati at Boston. For the Best Automatic Heating and AIR CONDITIONING each Job Individually Engineered Jobs We Have Installed in Blytheville: (!n:ir<l's Jewelry Store I'pmplc Israel Kiitlm Station K1,CN Mrs. C. R., Res. |MVS. J. <•'•• Smllmry, Res. Ernest Hals:!], lies. All Work Unconditionally Guaranteed ee Estimates, Call Sikeston, 872 (PAUL'S INCORPORATED Sikes(on, Mo. Contact Mclvin Kail, Hotel Noble, After 6 p.m. fere's Speedf Relief for Tender, Arising, Burning Feet Mnonc's Emc-iiihl Oil iWusl (live ('omplcte SaHsfaction or Money Cheerfully Kefunded Yimr feet niay he so inilfcd ii|) ntl sore that yon thin!: you can't- 50 [mother step. Your shoes may eel as if they arc cutting right into he flesh. You feel .sick all over with he pain and torture und pray for liiick relief. What's to IJR rlone? Tv;o or three applications of Minnie's Knii'mld Oil and in doubli?- •juick time the pain anci snrotiess start to disappear. 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Why lake chances? Stop in today. I. Ordinary lube has hut one air chamber. I( lira blows, lubo blows. Hr b°ih lubo go ?°oC.of 3. Tho MtoGuaifl hois. If lire blown, only ou1(?r chumher FELIX A. CARNEY City Radio Service • Kxpprl Kvpuirs on A I! Radios • Complete Line of Radios in Stock > We Pick Op und Deliver K. Main Plinnu 'J407 FIXING STOPS FRETTING! IlilVO pair;i NOW to your Pay for it in Easy Monthly Payments LOY EICH CHEVROLET CO. Phone 578 FARM LANDS We submit n list ot farms on which we have the exclusive listing. Well selected und well locnted and will please tlie most exacting buyers. Wo Ililnk these farms will sell for more during 1947, why I not buy now and get this year's rents. ' HOC Acres, near 2 good towns, plenty of good Improvements, grovel roads, UEA line, mull and school bus route. This Is nil excellent Kuoil fnrin. Being planted to cotton nnd beans this year, rents go to purchaser. This Is the best large fnrin Hint I know of (it the low price of $1M per acre with a very reasonable down payment. Buliince next fall. RU acres, all Umber, In nunkllh County, Mo. 1'rlced to sell at $3.000 I'iish. The limber, which is mixed, will almost pay the price. 120 acres on lllghwuy til, north of Hlkeston, one good 0 room house, one •! room new house, one large barn. Lund in sandy to siindy loam. Henls no to purchaser. The cost of Improvements Is equnl lo price of farm. The cshitc Is being divided and must sell. 1'rliT, SDOOO.M cash and possession now. yjf) acres nenr Catron, Missouri. Very line laud. '1 houses, 1 bnrn, on griivel road, HKA nnd telephone lines, mull nnd school hus route. Planted omi-lialf (« cotton and one-half to benns, rcnl.s go to purchnser if sold soon. Price flSO.OO, $1)000.00 will bind deal, balance tu-xt full, can loan hnlf of price. 110 acres, till acres cultivation, 2 houses, 1 barn, on highway 112, l',t miles west of llluhwiiy til. Pino type Muck mixed soil. Hents go lo purchaser. $:IIXUI.OO, •!'.!, M year loan lo be assumed. $1500 will bind the deid, $l!(iOO next full. III! acres. '>j mile lo good lown, Good 0 room house. 1 two room house. :! large burns, other outbuildings. Produced 4ti bushels of beans per nciv, last ycnr. Henls of '.', cotton nnd 1-3 beans go to purchaser. Land Is the best (iiiallly. Price $12,000.00, cash ^1,500.00, assume loan $-1,900.110, balance of $0.000.00 next fall. ^iiJ'O acres, '2 houses anil biirn, on slate lilghwuy nenr good town. A benutlfiil home sllti for the low price of $4,11011.00, Rents ot one-fourlli and one-third go tt> purchaser. Smiill, cash payment will bind the deal. Has every convenience. W. M. BURNS, Realtor Blytheville, Ark. Phone 3361 GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE OPENING SATURDAY MAY 3 GEORGE APPLIANCE CO. LUXORA, ARK. 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