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fAQBBU BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUR1KR NEWS tracker Hurler Adds to Record Wednesday Win Puts ' Team Five Games Ahead of Lookouts. BY BURNS BENNETT VmHt* Press Sports Writer AT1ANTA, Ga., May 30. (U!>>— Southpaw Earl McGowan of the Atlanta Crackers was the proud possessor of eight victories todny with the season less than one-third gone and the odds in Joe's Fish Emporium were better than throe to one that MeGowan would wind up the Southern Association season with well over 20 wins. His wins represented exactly one- fourth of tlie leading Crackers' 32 triumphs and only two losses have been charged against, the ace left- hander whose record shows n solid string of low-hit, well-pitched games. Last night at New Orleans, McGowan let the Pels down with seven widely scattered hits to take a 5 .to 2 win for the Crackers 22nd victory out of their last 27 games.. The win widened the Crackers' lead to five full games. Home runs by Ted CIcslak In the second and Wcs Hamncr In Ihc fifth accounted for Ihe Crackers first two runs. A three-run rally In the ninth inning broke a 2-2 tie and gave Atlanta the game. The Crackers got only five hlt,s off three Pelican hurlers but made them count. Memphis Forces Ahead At Memphis, the Chicks climbed from filth place into third by trimming the Chattanooga Lookouts 5 to 3. Woodrow Crowson hurled the win for the Chicks and while he allowed 10 hits, three more than his mates got off Claude Weaver, was stingy In the pinches. At Mobile, the Bears held a field day at the plate and overpowered the Birmingham narons 12 to 0 behind the five-hit shutout pilch- Ing of Joe Powers. At Little KOCK ,ine Travelers were forced to go 10 Innings before eking out a 10 io 9 win over the Nashville Vols. The Travelers rapped out 17 hits while the Vols collected an even dozen. Nine pitchers, five for the Vols and four for the.Travelers, paradgd to the mound In the wild slugfest Bill Trotter got credit . for .the win nnd Lee Anthony • took the loss. Heinz Becker, new Vol fiist- bftseman, rapped out a home run in ' t the second inning in his first Southern Association appearance at the plate. ,;The, same series continue again tonight with'single games. THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1!MG Assault and Lord Boswell Due to. Meet Again as Texas Colt Bids for Triple Crown Insets, Assault, left, and Lord Hosu'cll settle it in Betmont Stake the Peter Pan Handicap over IJel- Baseball Standings By Unll«d Press . SOUTHERN LEAGUE W. L. Pet Atlanta . Chattanooga Memphis . Nashville . . New Orleans 32 26 24 20 ....... 23 Mobile . IS Birmingham IS tittle'Rock. 14 .696 .591 .545 .541 .535 .3S1 .349 .341 HY NEI) I1KOWN NBA Staff CorrrspiHiilriil 1 nioiil Park's milc-nnd-aii-clghlh, In NEW YOliK, May 30. <NEA>—j which, currying lop weight of 1'2« pounds, he finished two lengths bs- hin'd Mis. Waller M. Jeffords' Mu- liunl, toting 113. Lord llostt'ell's rush carried him from eighth I>lae c at the head (it the stretch and made Ihe others, most of which an; to go In the Hclmont, look as if they were tied to hitching posts. In the Belmonl the weights of colts will ho even at 12U pounds. Tlie historic Belmont, Stakes closed Jan. 15 with 110 nominations at $100 nplecc. The Weslcheste:- Haclng Association adds $100,000 nnd each starter pays SMO additional, bringing the total value 1.0 about $114,001), of which $20,000 goes lo second, $10,000 to third and $5000 to the fonrlh horse. Nom- Assault BUCK for Ilic last pronK of Ihe Trlplp Crown nnd Lord Uas- well eocs after Assault in (he Wh running of the niile-and-a-hatr licl- mont stakes at Belmont Park on Saturday. According to hardbools around t Hie stables, the hall dozen other I hides slated lo go In tile post ..... -" -' ..... ' their stall's so far of the $114,000 i-s as well stay in as (lie fat end concerned. Tills ttespile the third straight, defeat, of Main Chance Farm's son of Boswell-Fnnlinc, for which excuses were forthcoming in the Kentucky Derby, Prc.iknc.ss and Peter Pan. Assault, Texas bred chestnut son of Hold Vcnturc-Igu.il, has done verything asked of him in all kinds of Eoiiiff. Those who have lining along wilh Robert J. Kle- icig's King Ranch champion aiu confident h e will become the seven- h horse: lo cop (he Triple Crown. Lord Doswcll die-hards are emmt- y confident their idol will reward their failh, They believe that he extra distance of the Belmont, ' •un over tlie true Derby route, will enable lihe slugglsh-st.irtinj; but rlolcnt-ffnlshlng Jack Keonc-bred I colt, to come through. I His followers point out that weight alone beat Lord Boswetl In imilors of Ihc first three horses receive $2000, $1000 and $500 respectively. Thus the nice will lie worth $15,500 to the winner, highest in the history of the fixture. The ndmnnt, for 3-year-olds, geldings not eligible, one of the oldest nnd toughest, slakes In America, is most coveted because it puts the stamp of sill-around greatness on th c winner. It is thc last dlndcm in the Triple Crown, following [he Kentucky Derby and Prciikncss, usually nt- tracts a small field because bv this lime class lias asserted itself and there are no supplementary entries. Only six horses have won the Triple Crown, Sir Itarton In 1919, Cinllant Fox '30, Omaha '35, War Admiral '37, Whirlaway '41 nnd lloimt Fleet '43. Count Fleet, ridden by Johnny ^oiigtlcii. made the fastest time for the mlle-aiul-a-half In '43—2:28.2. ind the son of Reigh Count was .it no lime pressed or extended in winning |,y 25 lengths this his last race in which be twisted an ankle nnd had to be retired. Although one of the Important American turf events, the Behnbnt Stakes is one of tile more under- publicised. This, however, will not prevent more than 50,000 from betting close to $4.000,000 on the day's card at lielmont Park, where Assault and Lord Boswell, kept comun Texas Pro Takes Early Lead in Goodall Matches MAMARONECK, N. Y., May 30. (DPI — Byron Nelson, the relentless Texan, went to work today on a six- bole lead over Dick Burton of Great Uiilain in the second round of a 30 hole grudge match sandwiched in as international sideshow on the opening day of tlie $10,000 Goodall round robin golf tournament. Nelson was a red hot favorite lo apply a quick coup de grace to the 39-ycnr-old British Open champion In their "match within a match" but no more than a co- favurllc with Ben Hogan npd Sammy Sncad In the Goodall. Scheduled oft" the tec tit 2 p.m., Nelson, Burton and Jimmy Dema- irl lead 15 hand-picked prnUsslon- ils Into the four-day, 120 hble 1 scorekeeper's nightmare at Winged Fool Country Club. - : ' ' No contestant Is eliminated from Ihe Goixlall. Each plays two oppo nulls simultaneously, meeting every u ntcndcr in the field during the seven rounds, and the winners will be determined on total holes won md lost.. Standings are computed iftcr eacli round. Firing a one under par 71 at New- Ion, Mass.. Nel.son won six of the first 18 holes from Burton yesterday while the balding Briton, just, oil Ihe boat from Europe, stumbled around the unfamiliar Charles River Country Club course in 79. Today's Games SOUTHERN LKACiUK Chattanooga at Memphis (2). Atlanta at New Orleans. Birmingham at Mobile. Nashville at Little Hock. NATIONAL LEAGUE Boston at Brooklyn (2). Ne w York at Philadelphia (2). St. Louis at Pittsburgh (2). Cincinnati at Chicago (2). AM»:ICK;AN LKAGUE Detroit at SI. Louis (2>. Chicago at Cleveland <2). Yankee Boxers Upset In Matches in Dublin LONDON. May 30. (UP)—A supposedly crack team of American nmalciir boxers looked forward with Ic.ss confidence today to their boil's with Irish scrapiJCrs at, Dublin Sat^ unlay night, after being upset by a British team at Wembly Stadium; five bouts to three. Jnmcs Bridgcr, earlv Western liunler, trapper, fur trader and guide, is believed to have been the first man to have seen the Great Halt Lake. npany by handful of lesser lights, go to the |>ost at 4:30 p.m.. eastern daylight, saving. Others supposedly going along for the ride are Hampden, Mist o' Gold, Mahout, Manor Lad, Cable, Perfect Bahrnm and Hypnotist, a Eclair suid filly In at 121 pounds. Perfect Bahrain will, of course, be coupled with Lord Boswell. Third and fourth places bring. substoMkl purses. . ; \- ' ''4^ Half of the 50.000 players"?will say "I told you so." for all agree Hint the Belmont Stakes, this year is u two-horse race. Hurlers Reserve Special 'Hex For Favorite Diamond Enemies FOR SALE One Highly Pedigreed Pekinese Dog I Year Old — Color Fawn Wonderful Pet for Children 1 CALL Paul P. Phillibers I'hone 150 STEELE, MO By CAKL I.IJNDQIIIST Ilnilnl I'ress Sliorts Writer NEW YORK. Miiy 30. (UP)—Knee Iniok fans wlin licl "horses fin- courses"' inlKlit be persuaded.lo take a venture into baseball today and consider Hie bases of lliose shuip- slinotlng soiilioniorcs. Vic Lombard I of Hie Dodgers and Dave (Boo) Ferriss of the Red Sox. ; In trie;.-sij.iiic/..w'ftjv thi nlcago . Philadelphia NATIONAL Brooklyn ; St. Louis .' .. Cincinnati Chicago New Yorfc Boston . ... Pittsburgh Philadelphia . LEAGUE W. L. 24 11 ....22 13 . ... 10 10 .... 17 .... 16 14 9 538 .421 .•121 .412 .'2-13 ret. .08« .C2D .516 .485 .472 .471 .452 double iilnys in one i;mnc. Hal Ncwhouser, usually effective iijjalnst. Cleveland, pitched Detroit to a 4 to 1 victory in which he gave up five hits. It was his eighth win gainst one defeat. Rookie Hoot Overs backed him alily nt bat. sinash- IIR a two-run triple in Ihe third id coming in to score when the I r^lay throw, .hil .lilm in the back. II. opponents. Lomfoardi's trick is bcalitiK the Yeslerday's Results SOUTHERN LEAGUE Atlanta 5, New Orleans 2. Memphis 5, Chattanooga 3. Mobile 12, Birmingham 0. Little Rock 10, Nashville 0 (10 Innings.) NATIONAL Brooklyn 5, New York 1. St. Louis 5, Chicago 2. Cincinnati 7, Pittsburgh Boston at Philadelphia, night. AMERICAN LEACDK Boston 2, Philadelphia 0. New York 4. Washington Detroit 4, Cleveland 1. games scheduled. 6. 0. Giants. He (lid It yesterday for !hc third time Ihls season and for tlrj seventh lime without :i defeat against them since he entered the league last year, winning 5 to I at Brooklyn. Moreover, he stopped the Giants' fivc-KBinc wlnntni; streak, holding them lo five hits as \w. chalked up his sexenlh victory of the campaiRn. He. would have h:u a shutout except fnr n homer lien Warren. Dixie Walker. Imck after a fivc-Kamc snsiwnsion for brawling wilh the Culis, got two hits lo pace Ihe Dodgers at bat. Pcrriss scored his foutih .shutou and his eighth victory to becomi baseball's top pitcher yesterday, teathiK Ihe Athletics at lioston. 2 to 0. Tlie A's arc his specialty, linv- inn been lamed five times without a loss since he started his major league career against them on April 2D. 19-15. with' a similar 2 to 0 whitewashing. Ninlh Shuloul Virlory It was his ninlh shutout ami 2!Mh victory over the two-year stretch. Get Sonny Ready for Camp! Too Late To Classify Services fyhV Ca I) B rcctfeco I '.i L&ift&itaUiuilv le f tyy;.' ' "roin the Cubs when all else fails. i>eat them for the 10th time against, two defeats. 5 to 2 al Chicago. It was only Brcchcen's third victory Against five defeats but his second •in over the Cubs. He made victory doubly sure by driving in two runs with a double. Lyn (Schoolboy! Howe, essaying a come-back with the Phillies, pitched one of ills best games since lie was a sensational slur with the Detroit Tigers, beating the vlslllnt; Boston Braves, 3 lo 1 on five liits. The victory ended a Philadelphia losing streak nt five games and extended Boston's to live. Andy Sem- inlck started Rowc oil to victory with his third homer of thc ycsir iii the second. Howe pitched hillcss trail tor the first five innings. Cincinnati outlasted liie Piratrs at Pittsburgh, winning 7 to 0 ill the only game of lhc day In which thc hitting outshone the pitching. The Ucds pushed over the winning run in the eighth on singles by Dam Clay and Benny Zii-ntara nnd an infield out. Harry Oumbert. the only rITrotive one of nine pllchcrs UM - srec . He had to be good yesterday be ' "•" boUl sl<ics . won by holding nils- I ' " - SJVpX ni.ANI). Plnmlic RoostvcH. 1'lionc 2S1'.I. Ark. Spare tire and whrpls. 8Cr>-2f*. lir BlythevUTe »ntl l.c.nchvillc. \Yetln fTeninit. Kitidrr c.-ill Ililcli M 30« E. M»in, Blvthcvillc. iilinnc for reward. 30 For Sale. 5 room house with LatTi coin^Mrly tur- niahed. Cln;e In. 4 rofltn >irrasc, nr> balh, cause loser Phil Marchildon turned i In his best game of Ihe year, giving 'up only live hits. Pcrriss yielded six but distributed them more efficiently. Other top-night pitching yesterday also lent emphasis to the fact lhat certain hurlers arc more effective against certain teams. Ageless Charley Ruffing, the 42- year-old spot pitcher of the Yankees, beat the Senators for tlie 4Ist imc, holding them to three hl'.s in [ a 4 to 0 triumph at New York, nut-' Ing, who to all appearances has Ht- lle on the ball, forced the Nats to pop up and ground out constantly, mid none of thc hits against him were solid smashes. First baseman • !;h Scor( -" lc5s f « r l»sl five in- , , well looted, *1200. I'osicsslon 30 d»y». 5 rfnim house good condition clo^-r in. ^3500. >'cwljr dec or* tod ^ npw rooT. We h*Ve some gooil incomo prc-ppriy {250 pvr month priced \> ortli the W«-»i4rnt 3ffe» S noorn. 107 -W. build in ft Intv room hrunc ^c b.ilh. flood condition. SS M»in. Oscur Alrxan . r l»hon»» There were no other games scheduled. Millions for Beauty PITTSBURGH <UP>— Pitl.sbmuh woiucn spend $37,500,000 a year staying "young nnd beautiful." II thc treatments involved in Iho million-dollar business done bv Hie district's 1.500 beauty shops ' were divided equally. It would amount !r> S107 )H-r woman per year, or $893 a month. Mickey Vcriion got two, and both I were bloopers. Veruon nlso equalled a major league record tor first basemen by making two unassisted Situation Wanted rr*rirntt4 rotinc m«n 4r*{rcs Job k^okkctp^r. WriU Box K. J.. C<ni ' ' •' Rhode Island, smallest of thc 48 w»s the first to enroll r<0 per of lux total population in ' FOR SALE Concrete Culvert Tile Sizes 12 in. to 36 in. A. H. Webb Hwy. 61 at Slate Line Phon: Biytheville 711 DO YOU LIKE TO FISH? Then come by and sec (lie new bait yard where we sell only quaility b:\it. Ask your friend. C. R. COLLINS 571 Cbickasawba We arc Blythcvillc's Official Boy Scout Outfitters Here arc some of the tilings he'll Need for Summer Cnmn: Toiler Ki» $1.95 Work Kit $2.50 Flashlight $1.65 First Aid Kit $1.00 Haversack . $2.35 Coin Purse 90 Compass $1.25 Pock«t Knife $1.50 Boy Scout Ax $1.35 Long Pants, Pair $3.75 Shorf Pants, Pair $1.95 Belt 50 Neckerchief 60 Hat . . .$2.95 Boy Scout Caps $1.00 R. D. Hughes & Co. Philadelphia ul Nuw York (2). Washington at lioston (2). Works un 'I'hotie History COLUMBUS, O. (UI>>—The first complete history of the telephone Is being compiled In Columbus bv a 76-year-old retired Ohio state University professor, whu.sc data on the subject is thu only complete compilation In existence. Prof. Frank C. Caldwell be^an I the work shortly after he came to Ohio State in 1803. He became in- 00 tensely Interested In Alexander Unihain Hell's inve.slion, possibly r— because Die llrsl social Invllalion he received after arriving in Columbus came to hjm over the university's only telephone. His collection of materials on the telephone includes several of the earliest models. C our TO MAIARIA? 646 oU> AT OWCf to relieve ... uied by MI ill ions tor ytori . . . tiy irl SJUFt - Q'JKK - SVBC Everything for the FISHERMAN ,l)ro|> in and look over our complete' slock of Fishing Supplies ami note our low everyday prices. CHICK THEATRE "Where Happiness Cosfi So Little" Week l):iys: Starts at 7:30 p. m. Last Time Today DOimu: ir.vnuti; "Louisiana Hayridc" with ICoss Hunter and Judy Canuva "They Live in Fear" with ['at I'.Mrisli and Otto Kruecer Also Shorts Fish Hooks of All Sizes FISHING POLES FISHING LINES SRAGING FLY RODS 3 FLY REELS LURES Treated vific lo Tested 50 Yd. 27-S-kien I'miml to .00 1.9 5 to A Full Line 79 c to Seat Covers-7.95 to 17.95 Seal Cushions and Itock Rests O- 2r> For Heavy Duty Truck Driving, 1.7!) to ..V Frirlav «nrl SHinrduy DOUUl.i; FUATUKK "Vengeance of the West" with Kill Ulliott and Te\ Kilter "Enter Arscn Lupin" with Diaries Korvin and Kll.i [taines Serial: "I.Viidcrs of Ghost City" No. 8; Also C'nrtooti New Theater Manila's Finest Shows KVKKY NIGHT Aliiiiiiee. Saturday .ft Sunday Ilox Opens Week Days 7:00 p.m. Sal.-Klm. 1 p.m. Coiil. Showing "Comfortably Cool" Last Time today "HER KIND OF MAN" with Ziichury Scull unit Janis I'ajc! Friday "Gold Mine in thc Sky" wilh Gene Au(ry Also Shorts Insidc-Outsidc Door Handles 75c to 1.75 Accelerator Pedals Cushion Tread 79c to 1.25 Shock Absorbers for all Makes and Models of cars 5.95 up ex. Sealed Beam Kits for all Makes and AMels ....,.,...,,... ,.,, , , ,6.95 to 12.95 Model A Water Pump Repair Kits 1.35 Model A Distributor, Complete 4.98 Model A Distributor Bodies 89c Wheel Bearings for all Models 59c to 1.90 Folding Lawn Chairs 5.95 Phone 2721 310 West Main St Auto Door Window and Windshield Safety Glass ............... 4.95 to 9.95 Pressure Plates and Clutch Plates for All Makes and Models Auto Horns, Single and Double 2.95 to 5.95 Batteries, 24 Months Guarantee 7.95 cxch. Y HATTKKY' CHAKGISK ami TKSTKK Complete RIT THEATRE Manila, Ark. Box oflicc opcn.s at 7:00; riclura starts at 7:15. Last Time Today |j "Swing Parade of 1946" with Gale Sturm anil Phil ltcgan||j ami lhc Three Stooges Also I'aramounl Occupation & New See Us for your New and Rebuilt (Motors. Ford, Chevrolet, Plymouth, Dodge. Both Cars and Trucks Generators and Starters for All Light' Model 1 Cars C-»5 O-!)S Kxchangc (Tax Incl.) ... ........... * <<> *• Ford Front Springs ............ 5.95 to 8.95 Bicycle Tires ............ ............ 2.35 Bicycle Tubes ....................... 1 -35 Watch our Window Displays for Daily Specials and New Hikes Coming In. SOUTHERN AUTO STORES CAKL KRYANT, Manager Phone 3451 113 West Main St. Friday and Saturday 'WEST of rhc PECOS" with linb AIHclium At Ilarliara Hale Comedy and :ird Cliajitcr of "Haunlcd Harbor" Open 7; Starts 7:30 p.m. AIK CONDITIONED Last Time Today 'San Fernando Valley' Hoy Kogcr.s, Dulc i'ivans News nf (hn Day Also Shorts Friday and Saturday 'Call of the Rockies' Sniilcy Uurncllc, Sonny "Sunset" r arson Serial: "Junjrlc Haulers" Also Shorts

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