The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 2, 1947 · Page 5
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FRIDAY, MAY 2, 19-17 BLYTHHVII-U! (AUK.)' COU1UEU NEWS PACK FWB Derby Fans Pick Phalanx to Win Big Kentucky Racing Event to Be Staged Tomorrow in Louisville 1IY MX) II. I'KTEltSES' <l!nl(t'il 1're.ss Sports Kditurl •l.c^jjyil.'.E, Ky.. ,May 2.—The iii'a.W'^'lhe nalion's three-year- olds-and tliey may turn out lo oe "uly skhnmeci milk was scheduled lo i:e entered today for the I 73rci annual running of the Kentucky Di-tby tomorrow. There wL're only 13 survivors Irom what looked in 19IS like f'liu.iaudinii ercp of juveniles anil there didn't appear to he an oul- -'iUmdin^ thoroughbred in the lot. lk",ulm« the li.sl of those wi'.o wri'e expected lo be entered lodriy tin "Colonel" Matt- Whin's annual classic was C. V. Whitney's Phalanx-. 'Ihe 3 to L ]:te-derby Det- tiiiji favorite. Behind lilm came Calumet Farm's l-'.mlt!e.ss at 3 to ! followed uy Ch:-)e M's Riskoliiloi- and •nixiami fiablc's Star Reward at S to 1. The cutlers v.-hose owners arc '•>pi'"led lo iml up tlic si.ocn stau- ini-' fee today fire Jet Plot. • On Trust, Cosmic- Bomb, Stepfather, li'-erly Hoacl. Bullet Proof, Double Jay. w. L. Sickle and Jell JeU. The latter may not start, and if tile track is muddy Faultless mny net i;o. There clidu'i appear to lie horse in the probable field cr;uiij become another Assault year's triple crown winner. I'-ven the trainers, as a ui'oup. admit tiial the horses who will j;o Saturday are at the best a mediocre lot with no outstanding thrcc- yc-ar-old amom; them. Ol course, tha'^nicUire may change if the witv.fll- of tomorrow's classic go on tdf^pjn the preakness and me KehuonT-' the cither events which make up turfdom's triple crown. Favorites for Saturday's Kentucky Derby mid O.lmnct's ciu;er Faultless night* K \w ;j C. V. Whitney's proud Phnnlnx (left) IBIytheville Tigers To Play Manila Independent Nine The lllyilicvillr TlKfrs. n mciiilH'v j nl Die' MIsslMlpj)! county Amiilrur Biiscbnli I.OUKUO, will piny host |o I tile Mnnllii independents 111 n it'll- i Points From a Pointer Park Sumlity Bue same afternoon. The 'risers MiUorcd n 4 lo 3 setback last suuihiy .r, Ihe hands of the Cooler, Mo, nine In a KIUIII! at Cooler which marked oucnlm; play for bolb lenin.s. Manila swamp«•<! Annorel. 10 t o 0 willi U'liy Carl Tluelkeld holding the visitors to two scratch .singles in the slx- Inntng till, Conches Curl Dryanl nnct Joe Whltley. of the TlRers, will probably sliirl l.-iiiiik Ellis, tlieli uce iluhl- liatuler, o n the mound ugnlnst Ma- iilln. Ellis Is reported having fan- ne,| 2^ out of 27 hitlers In nn tx- lilbllion Biiine with Illytlievllle Houle 2 If olflclal. tills cat> be considered us n record for this section of the slute. Other (inines In Hie league Hull- day will find cooler nl Utlle lllvcr; Number Nine H t Hiiffiiuin- I.ulos al Ynrhrn; and lilylhcvllle Itoiilu 2 nt Arniorel. fi \'lelory o\-er Wiishincton, hi-liT,;- iiiK his tu-o day (olal lo llircf liomers nod clulil, runs biitled in. any wno , last ol ijeliH! liivorlles Churchill Downs Snhtrdny when inc Kcnluchy Dnl>y will \K "»> In Uio :,Uuuls niuy \K seen u part. the crowd which witnessed last year's races. !NE\ Pliutos.) St. Louis Ball Clubs, One Up And One Down, Puzzle Experts Women Goiters in Atlanta For Southern Tournament ATLANTA. Ga.. May 2 (UPI — Kaily arrivals for the annual Southern Women's Golf Association tournament hoped for clearing skies today to enable practice rounds over ti u . East Lake Country Chit) course. Play starts Monday. <Afrs. Estelle Lawson Page of Chape! Hill, N. C., defending Cham- 1'inn was the first io arrive here. Others scheduled to tour the course today inelnde Mrs George Wilcox of Miami, Mrs. Sam Israel of New Orleans, and Mrs. Dave Guilt of Memphis. NEW YORK. May 2. (OP) — Ai mild-mannered little guy who didn't see a ball game all last Sum-! tncr was upholding St. Louis prestige today with his b-ittling Brown- ics Kvlulc the Cardinals edged toward the brink of disaster. And it was almost as much of job to explain how grey-haired Muddy Reid's weak-hitting 'Browns' suddenly could pile up 29 runs and 34 hits in two days as it was to try and figure out how the world champion Cardinals could be in an eight-game losing streak. The Browns, getting bat-happj after a woeful start that fomu them ^shut out four times in their first 10 games, rocked the visiting Washington Senators, 14 to 5, 01 20 hits yesterday on the heels o 15 to 5 victory on 14 hits over the New York Yankees the previous day. •Rucl, who was so busy last sea- in as an assistant to Basebail roop Names Leaders Klwyn Caldwell has twen elected: iJuc of Troop 3i and other olft- rs who will serve are Bobby Colean, senior patrol leader; Will Whltner mid Graham Sudbury, laitcrmnslers; Charles Began, oop bugler; and Kenneth Hood, Imrlcs Bogan, Richard Luni and . C. Uroko, patrol leaders Hobby Turner and Wt'.ync Burn- iini are now members of the troop. Army's All-America halfback and baseball captain Glenn Davis talks basi-ball with screen aclrcss Virginia Mayo prior lo I'rinco.- km-Aiiny (jiime id I'lincc-ton. Hosts lost, •!•!. ' FELIX A. CARNEY City Radio Service • lOxpcrt Repairs on All Radios • Complete Line Kiidios in Stock • We 1'ick Up and Deliver of K. Main Phone Z4M Read Courier News Want Ads. In yesterday's drubbing oi th Senatxjrs, 'Big Jeff Heath. led l| i c ivay with l\vo homers, giving' limi hrce in two clays and eighl runs driven in. Bob Dllllngcr made four hits, two of them doubles, on (or of three hits the previous day as Jack Kramer coasted to his thirc' victory without a loss. However, he suffered the embarrassment ot being tagged for llui first homer liil by a Washington player this season, a first inning route clout by Joe Grace. Ray Coleman also got a St. lyjuis homer. The Cardinals dropped Iheir eighth in a row and Iheir Ihird to the Giants at New York when 1 the amazing Johnny Mize smashed his eighth homer in Y2 Dailies w-itlij Bobby Thomson aboard in the sev-j cnth to produce a 6 lo 5 dcvision. 'Mize. who would hit, 102 liomers for the season at his present clip, remained 10 days ahead of the all- time homer record f Babe Ruth ;ol sc-irelcs.s lelief pitchiin: Iherc- ifter irom Junior Thoiillison and Ken Trinkie. Triul.le not credit (or hi.s second victory in two days. Tin- Dodders restored llieir two rjame first place lead over Ihe second place Cubs at Drooklyn winning 5 lo 2 on nine hits am: 1C walks. Cub pil'-'lier.s lorced home two tallies, the Dodgers knocking out starter lioh Chlpinan with three inns in the. second. Kirby Hi won lils second name aHhouch he needed relief help Irom rookie Chandler. All other major league games were rained out. Yesterday's Slur—Jeff Heath n the rii'ovvus. who drove in foil runs with two homers in a H to Commissioner Happy Chandler that he didn't get out to the ball park once, inherited a club that seemed destined to go nowhere and perhaps it won't. who hit CO for' the Yankees in' 1927 but didn't get his eighth until 'May H. The Giants spotted St. Louis a 5 to 0 leading two innings, bill Dr. W. C. Gsice i Veterinarian BACK at Dell, Ark. I HAD A BAD DAY YESTERDAY A New Service! Foster's Liquor Stoves announce <i new service . . . glasses for ymtr parly . . . wine and liquor glasses to suit (he occasion. II' you want the proper crystal for your party, just let us know in advance whai, you plan to serve. We have glasses tor serving Sherry Wine, Old Kashioned High Balls, Cocktails, Cordials, Champagne, Mint Juleps . . . anything that is fitting and proper. There's no charge either, ex;:ept for loss or breakage. \Vc invite you to inspect our wine department. You will fii'd a comploU' line of wine;; for cooking, for table use, desserts or for your parly. Ask us for free recipes and booklets, or better still, give us your name fur our mailing list and we will mail you new recipes from tine to time. Here's A Toast to Your Good Health" Correct Wines For Every Occasion! While Table Wine v-, Sautcrnc—Rhine Chateau Sautcrnc Chablis Red Table Wine Burgundy or Claret Dessert Wines Port—White Port Cremn Sherry Muscatel—Tokay Sparkling Wines Domestic Champagne Imported Champagne Pink Champagne Sparkling Burgundy Sparkling Moselle Appetizer Wines Vermouth or Sherry $1.00 per fifth And Up SKK OUR DISI'LA Y 2 Stores in Blythcvillc 106 Broadway St. 107 West Main St. Familiar Brand Names Roma Renault Cook's Merita . Padre Valliant <JR?Virginia Dare Taylor Cresta Blanca Martini and Rossi- Vai Brothers Italian Swiss Colony STER'S LIQUOR STORES Insure Your Party's Success/ Sec us first /or Fine Wines! RftlDY KILOWATT Yessir, folks. Keddy Kilowatl, your electric ncrvanl, had a bad day yesterday as a result ol' that uasly early morning storm. Thai's why this message is being wrilleti ... to thimk uvcry.••onew/.' of you who had lo do without your usual good electric, service for your kind patience and iindersiaiuUtig while the damuge was being repaired. Kspecially do we wish to [hank the people of Steele, llollard and Cooler, who suffered the most damage and had lo go without service the longest. To Ihe people in Caruthersville, llayti and 1'ortageville we. also offer our 1 unanimous vote of thanks for their forehciirnncc when Keddy Kilowatt failed to show up lor work for a short while. In addition to tin; severe damage done lo the distribution systems iu these towns, nearly a mile of high voliage transmission line was blown down, requiring, in one section alone, replacement of twenty-one poles and stringing o r many thousands of feet of wire. Many more poles ]iad to be straightened up or replaced and hundreds of big repair jobs made in every one of these towns, in addition lo many minor repairs in other localities. Five additional line crews were called in from other towns we serve lo lake care of the emergency, and, thanks lo the efforts o'! these skilled men, your electric service will soon (if not already so) be b"ck to normal, with Keddy Kilowatt, your faithful electric servant, back on the job, lo serve yon in hundreds of ways for only a few cents a day. Thanks again for your patience. We want to continue lo merit your good will by continuing to do everything possible to keep your electric service the finest, the most dependable in the world. ARK'MOPOWERCO. fta OurBusiness (o Sernt tyou _ "Your business-manured cleclric company"

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