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FAGBBDC BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, JUNK 1, 1940 two New Hurlers Deliver for Pebs v Lowly Little Rock Team Sweeps Series ~ With Nashville Vols.. 'J BY BUBNS BENNETT ^ VmHe* Fress.Sports Writer 'ATLANTA, Ga., June i. (UP) — Ti»e lowly IJltle Rock .-Travelers are on their way home today— and while they are only In seventh petition in the Southern Association standings things looker brlghl- *^ for Wtlils Hudlin's team than at a«y time during the past month. -The Travelers, last night, defeated the Nashville Vols for' the third straight time to sweep the scries and in the last two games Hudlin came up with two new pitchers who both came through with shutouts, .Following Elwood Knierim's four- hit job against the Vols Thursday night, Bob Raney followed up..with a one-hit performance last niglil while his mates backed him up wtth. a 12 hit attack lhat netted an 11 to 0 win. The Travelers scored in every inning but Ihe seventh and were aided by four Nashville errors. At New Orleans, the Pelicans finally beat the Crackers 9 to 4 to take the last game of the scries after the Crackers had copped tlie first two lo take their ninth series in n row. The Pels pounded Dewey Adkins for six runs in the first four Innings lo give southpaw Jesse Dan- pa another win although lie needed help from Bill Rogers in the ninth. -• At Mobile, the Birmingham Bar- ohs also came through with a win to salvate the final game of (heir three game series with the Bears. the final score was 10 to U %lth Ray Sattcrfield staggering through to the ninth inning to rack up his sixth win of the year Wthout a loss. Vernon Stone finished up for him. ,. Two of Mobile's runs came on • homer by plnch-hlttcr Sam Mar- rbn in the "eighth with one man on. <1 The Chattanooga at Memphis game was poslpoucd because of rain which allowed the idle Look- rjuts to gain a hall-game on the Crackers and ,pull up to within four games of the leading Atlanta tlub. I'NO games are scheduled for today but. all doublehcnders are on lap for Sunday with. Atlanta at Birmingham; Nashville al Challanoo- ga; Memphis at .Little Rock, and New Orleans at Mobile. Assault and Boswell Favorites In Belmont Stakes Race Today NEW YORK, June 1. (UP)—As-1 Btsvcll, 'quoted 2 to 1, had bad sault, the Texas chip off an old racing luck' in the Derby In which block, went out today for the trl- he finished fourth aud hud to work p|e crown, the greatest goal of all his way out of a pocket, in tho three year oltls, witli eight other Preaknexs before he could come on horses attempting to bar his path and challenge Assault in a strelcli to turf glory in the 18th annual) duel which lie lost by a neck. The running of the $100,000 added Bel- Belmont is a mile and n hi>;t- inont Stakes. If he wins It, the King. Ranch speed king will become tlie seventh horse in racing history lo accomplish the feat, for just like his daddy, Bold Venture did 10 years ago, he already has won tlie Derby and the Prcakness. His sire was prevented from going after the third leg by an injury. Only Gallant Fox, Sir partoii, Omnlin, vvhttlaway, War Admiral and Count Fleet ever have been fible to win the big three and although Assaull was- facing a formidable! field, the overnight bettlnij was l> to 5 that he would do it. It will be the richest Belmont in n gal nst th e rn "e a quarter for tile Derby and the mite and Ihrw-slxtceriths for the iveakness —and a lot- of the folks who back their selections at. the inutnel windows wer e figuring Unit added dls; tancc may be all that lii.s lordship' needs to turn the tables. Yankees Prolong Winning Streak Hew Hurler Delivers To Lick Athletics By Margin of 8-1. RV CORNELIUS KVAN United Press Sports Writer NEW YORK. June 1. (UP) — The "youth movement," Intermittently successful with thc Brooklyn Dodgers this season, spread to the] New York Yankees today as new Wrestling Fans To See Women In Action Again Promoter Mike Muroncy presents l\ \\"l UV LIlw I iLlll.ll; *Ji.*m«*il< "* ,. ,. , * • historv with th c winner, if all nine niiothcr spccHi can of women go to'the post at 4:45 p.m, EOT. wrestlers Monday nigUt at lie netting about $77.000. The previous . American u«lon Arena 1jvc_lyn IB was Ihc SGG.040 which went ' W «U ll » l1 A »» Lnvornc will tanylc high wn . lo Gallant Fox in taking the race » , the "™t m?l=»« on in 1930. Victory would mean fold as well as story to Assault, for in winning lour of his five slnrs this year, including thc Wood Memorial, the Derby and Prcakne.ss, he has earned S223,KO. And Ihc major share of Ihc Belmont Kilty would put him mighty close to the money winning record for three years olds in a season—Ihc $308,275 which Gallant Fox won In 1930. Of tile eight named to BO against Assault. Mrs. Elizabeth Arden Ora- inm's Lord Hoswell mid William Du Pout's Ilnmpdcn were Given the best chance to upset Assault. Lord Todays Games 'v NATIONAL LEAGUE --< Philadelphia at Pittsburgh. *". Brooklyn at Cincinnati. .." Boston at Chicago. i- New York at St. Louis. AMERICAN LEAGUE Detroit at' Washington. - Cleveland ai Philadelphia. • St. Louis at New York. ' _Chicago at Boston. Baseball Standings SOUTHERN LEAGUE w. L. ret. Atlanta 33 15 .088 Chattanooga 28 18 .603 New Orleans 24 21 .533 Memphis •"' . 24 22 .522 Nashville 20 ID .513 Mobile 17 27 .386 Liltlc Rock l(i 21 .372 Birmingham lli 29 Little Man from Texas Leads Crack Golfers In Goodall Tournament MAMARONECK, N. Y., June 1. (UP)—Ben Hogan, Ihe litlle man who never cracks a binile during business hours, threatened Uxlr-.y lo turn the $10.000 Goodall Round Robin golf tournament Into nn iiller rout wilh Ihe show less lhr.ii linlf completed, The ]x>ker-faccd Texan began Ills fourth round with on ll-hole lend over 14 of thc finest players In (he game and thc all-Umc Goodwill record set l>y Harry Cooiwr In 19M already was In sight. Picking up 15 points in two rounds over the soggy turf at lo pitcher Frank Killer to keep alive a Yank winning streak that now stands «t four games. Hlllcr, a 25-year-old right-hand : er, who looked good at Newark last .season, hns been nailed to thc bench as a Yankee. He hadn't even been uskcd l o do much warming up In the bullpen until Dickey gave him u chance In relief against Boston lust week. Ilognu hud a lotal of 25 holes lo his credit as he headed but with two of the soft touches of the tournament—E. J. (Dutch) Harrison and British open champion Dick Burton. Cooper's tournament record is 31 holes for seven rounds, only six more than Hogan has compiled In three. Milling .around behind Hogali were Herman Harron of One hour will be thc time limit, the winner besting her opponent for two of the scheduled three falls. This match will be followed by a tut; match between Jack Lame and thc I31ack Hornet booked opposite Tex lliley and Gus Johnson. Bolh women wrestlers have appeared here before. Promoter Mike Mcroncy says that both are gootl wrestlers and should give a good exhibition, probably spiced with n little rough stuff. Limie and the Hornet arc bis and roufih wrestlers according to Promoter Mcroncy, however, but their opponents, Rilcy and Johnson, arc well equipped for the Brunt and groan business, too. Rilcy weighs around 215 pounds yet Is as fust as a man weighing much less. He appears lo be moving slow when in reality he is making every move count which puts him out in front with unite a few of his opponents. Johnson's style, Mcroncy says, Is along the same order of Rlley's so Ihis should be :i very inlcresting bout. The first match is scheduled to start promptly at 8:15 p.m. AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Pet. Boston 32 9 .180 New York 27 16 .528 Washington 20 17 .541 Dctroit 22 10 .537 Cleveland . 17 23 .425 St. Louis 17 23 .425 Chicago 15 21 .417 Philadelphia 0 31 .225 NATIONAL LEAGUE •.W. L. Pet. Brooklyn 25 12 .B7B SI. Louis 23 14 .622 Cincinnati 17 16 .515 Chicago 17 18 .486 Boston 17 19 .472 Plltsblirgh . .: 15 18 .455 New York 17 21 .447 Philadelphia 11 24 .314 WARNING OKDKR In the Chancery Couri, Chicka- f awba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. J. A. Denton Plaintiff, vs. Nn. 9597 Esther Denton Defendant. The defendant Esther Denton Is hereby warned to appear within thlrly days in the court named In Ihe caption hereof and answer Ihe complaint of the plaintiff J. A. Denton. Dated this 31 day of May, 194G. HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk By Freiila Bright, D. C. Percy A. Weight, Atty. for Pltf. F. Cooper, Atty. ad Litem. Gjt-8-15-22 need only good pllchlng to carry the New Yorkers back inlo close contention for the American League lead. Working along this line, the new manager used lefty Joe Page against (he Philadelphia Athletics last night, nnd Page came through with nn 8 to 1 victory. It was Page's Hiiro victory against one loss, and his second .start In one week under Dickey. For trie Athletics, who already have gone .nidcr for the third time, it was thc ninth defeat In a row. The Yanks clipped a half-game from the Boston Red Sox lead, and trailed by six games as they opened today against thc St. Louis Browns and Nelson Potter, always a tough man for New York. The pnid attendance last night— tli e second night baseball game ever played at Yankee Stadium— was 60,895, almost exactly the same as Thursday, giving the Yanks more than 121,003 in two days. Cincinnati at Chicago In thc National League was the only other game scheduled yesterday, but it was rained out. iiixl Lloyd Mangrum of Los Anfic Ics. plus 10. The rest were scattered far below ami oul of contention. Cracker Third Sacker Shows Surplus Stuff in Southern BY IIAKOM) FOREMAN i .400 mark in baiting this year, United l"ress. Sports Writer .something which only three play- ATLANTA, Ga., June 1. (UP)— ers, and all of lliein from Nash- Up In Dennic's back room, where ville, have been able to accomplish thc boys arc more Interested in In the leaijuc'.s <1G year history Bob Feller's fast ball than they | We asked Heiinlc why, if Cieslak arc In Ann Corio's curves. Bennic i s K o good, ho didn't stick with the nnd his henchmen agreed today I Boston Uraves, ami Bennic quickly that Ted Cieslak, the pounding 'replied: "Too old, Cieslak Is M and Pole from Milwaukee, is quite a. (|,c Draves want 'cm younger than ball player. , (but .But they made a mistake, In fact they admitted that tjuitc i,ey should have kept him." few bundles of that long folding green stuff wilh Abe Lincoln's picture on the front had come their way since Cieslak returned lo play Ihlrd base again for the Atlanta Crackers. Tilings, looked pretty dark for the boys a month ago. The Crackers had been made a heavy favorite to cop lliij Southern Association pennant year and there Yesterday's Results SOUTHERN LKAGUK Little Rock 11, Nashville 0. New Orleans 9, Atlanta 4. Birmingham 10, Mobile II. Chattanooga at Memphis, postponed, rain. •NATIONAL LEAGUE Cincinnati at Chicago, rain. Only game scheduled. AMERICAN LEAGUE New York 8, Philadelphia. 1 (night game). Only game scheduled. they were, riounderiin; round like a fish out, cf water. Then Cieslak, the Southern Association's most valuable player of lfl-10. came back to Atlanta to once again take up hl.s hot corner duties for Ihc defending champions. There was seme fjue.stion at first as to whether he would prove U> jc just another of Ihusc war-lime n'ller.s but there's no question iljoul his ability any more. Driving in 30 runs in his first id games and uniting at a hot .-109 clip. Cieslak has ssxuked Ihe Crackers to 22 wins out of their last 27 games and put them out in front jn the pennant chase five full games. At the rat? he's going. Cieslak may well eclipse lii.s balling marks of last season when he led tin league in rim.s bailer in witli 12t and turned in a. baiting figure of .354 which ranked third in league. I3ennic even went so fat' as to predict thai Cieslak would top lh<- SOUTIIERN LEAGUE No games scheduled. WALLPAPEFT Blytheville Chicks Have Full Gridiron Schedule for Next Fall Blxtheville School's Chicks a.cpmplclc schedule,, for r_ Tlie Chlckasaws have six home games, the first Sept. 20 with Ihe Beebc Badgers. They will meet the joncsboro Hurricanes Oct. 18 and trie following Friday Smnckovcr's Buckaroos, who teat the Chicks last year by one point" (2G-25) will play here. The last three games of the season, Nov. 15, 22, and 28, will be at Haley Field with Batesville, Mcsslck High of Memphis and Forrest City. In thc second game, Sept. 27. the Maroons will meet Paragould Ihcre and other games away from home are: Little Rock, Oct. 4: Pine Bluff Ocl. 11, Tcxarkana. Nov. 1. and North Little Rock, Nov. s.ThcTex- .arkana Ra7x>rbacks were co-champions In last year's conference ant the other three enemies probably also will produce outstanding team if they follow examples of the past • The first Papoose game will be here with Bcllcvue of Memphis, witl the next home game to be Sept. 2 %tth Marked Tree. Tlie locals wil 'meet Joncsboro here Ocl. 4. The first game scheduled awa •om Blythcville Is Sept. 20 with opantq. Two o.lhcrs are vet urn en- ''' pncs ". bath mttyith Mqrke(l.;T;itfp,.'arid sborp,' Ocl, '. IT and :.23:^ ^ ';;•,•<•' '..V .'i ths. 'tin filled for Homd guilds . : art Oct. ll r Nov; 1 and Nov. 8. Dates ,'l Ui_ v iio ; Borne, • sclicdul ed .for- -,a\c fcy roin ho'nie'nrc Nov. i5, NoY.~ 22 mid lov. 2B. icrious Sounding Shouts iimmer Down to Summer */oy for Amateur Fencers Attempted murder on Wnhm Street? A passerby yesterday after loon might have heard the cr •It's your life I want! "—then th' blood-curdling answer, "And, It' vour life I want'" If llial iTOsserby had Ihe cour ai*c lo look al Hie source of thos threats, he would have seen tha the two determined killers wcr fencers. Near them two othei [ought Intently but were secmingl more interested In holding the hand on their hip correctly will they stabbed each olher than i killing. They fought with sticks and U oldest "man among "cm" wa probably 10. Tlie woman nlwnj mixed >ip in a murder mystci was about eight. NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that thc iderslgncd will within Ihe time \cd by law apply to the Commls- oncr of Revenues of the State of rkansas for n permit to sell beer I retail at 217 W. Main, Blyllic- ille, Mississippi County. The undersigned slales that he Is cillfcn 1 ;of,Ar.kiinsfts, of, good, moral ' '' NOTICE OF ACCOUNTS OF EXECUTORS AND ADMINISTRATORS FILED. Notice is hereby given that during the month of May, 1846 the following accounts of Executors and Administrators have been filed for settlement and confirmation in the Probate Court for the Chlckasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas and that such accounts with their respective tiling dates are 'as follows: ' Estate of Philip Fclnberg, deceased, No. 1069. Final repor.t of W. J. Wundcrlich. Administrator, filed May 13. 1946. All persons interested in the settlement of any of the above estates nre hereby warned to file exceptions thereto, if any have they, on or bc- orc the sixtieth day following the ling of the respective accounts, tiling which they will be barred oreycr from. excepting to the ac- W|ine*fcyrriyi|iiaiKl as Clerk find •- ••-«' "-••* swcjitourt this thc 1st . .. p nyJcte d ;<> t : a, lelotty, 'qr "other ' crlijid DlVlng /rrioral .turpitude; vthJit 'ho fiSei' tov sell l b?er by', the. Uh(ier- ed -has beeri^ r*tc*ij*4j»i* h th- JK-c ears last past; aud that the tinrtcr- igned has never been convicted of iolatlng thc laws of this state, or ny olher stale, relaling to the sale alcoholic liquors. Donald II. Day. Subscriljcd nnd sworn to before nc this 31 day of May, 1946. Mrs. Marshall Blackard Scall Notary Public. My commission expires Marcli 9 1949. FOR SALE Concrete Culvert Tile Sizes 12 in. to 36 in. A. H. Webb Hwy. Cl at State Line I'hon: Hlythcvillc 71-1 he ny of June,' 1046. . , ( ; -T.: Wi 'RdT-fJ-fli, f/ClettcV- <•• ' "• ' " B»by Chicks $1.00 to ?12.00 p«r 100. 3 days to 4 weeks old—At Store Feeds and Supplies. WANTED | Ear and shelled Corn—All grades. One bushel op - OaU - Wheat Barley - Alfalfa Hay and Tonl- try of all kinds, fay top market prices. Elevator Feed Store N. 4th Broadway at KK Crossing J. J. Field, Mgr. 48c Washable Now 32c 'Me Lightfast Now 20c Vallpapcr Vow 22 Vic fiennio may be right at that, few days ago a National scout said Cieslak was a ctter' player than five guys he ould name who arc playing third regularly right now in the Rational League. R1TZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. 'i Box office opens at 7:00; PletuV starts at 7:15. FOR SALE Frc.sli IJIvcr Catfish. Spcutal pliers lo Cafes mid fish fries. Cafe and large orders delivered. MACK'S FISH MARKET I'hune B73 Osceola, Ark. Last Time Today 'WEST of thc PECOS' wilh Uuli Mile-hum & Iliirbara Hale Comedy ami 3rd OKI liter of "Ilaunlcd Harbor" Sunday and Monday "Masquerade in Mexico"!*'' wilh Doroliiy Lamour, Xrluro Ue T t'm'ilova \ KKO NKWS & StXKCTEII SHOUTS RADIO REPAIR 1 and 2 day Service on any make o^ r»nrlel Reliable Workmanship. PHONE 2642 We Call for and Deliver Fred Callihan Electrical Appliance Co. Authorized Motorola Radio Sales and Service Open 7; Starts 7:30 p.m. AIR CONDITIONED E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER GO. Visit Our New Recording Studio! ,ycry latest liqiiiipment rfor •'•llfciwrtliiijr'. - ¥ feri<,^ii»y^d?cS Music and Messages. We also Rent Sound Equipment for Imloor and Outdoor Events. BLYTHEVILLE KADIO SUPPLY Wholesale Only- Phone -107 mSo. 1st St COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE IN ONE AGENCY AT Lower Cost United Insurance Agency A. F. Dietrich, Manager Blytheville's Only Exclusive Direct Writing Agency of Leading Companies 209 '/ 2 West Main St. Phone 510 Last Time Today 'Call of the Rockies' Smiley liurnedc, Sonny "Sunset," '.\{ Carson •''> '•. Serial: "Jungle Kjiilcrs" Also Shorts U Saturday MIDNIGHT SHOW Starls Ilk-la p.m. «ij| The Vampire's Ghost' [ John Abbott, Charles Gordon, I'ejisy Stewart ALso Shorts For River-Washed SAND and GRAVEL Phone 965 We Also Sell Good Black Sandy Loam and Dirt for Fills LARKIN SERVICE STATION 219 East Main St. K. M. Larkin IIulcii Ilolmes . WRESTLING Blytheville Legion Arena Monday, June 3, 8:15 p. m. Adults, 3Sc. Tax 9e—Total 45c. Reserved Seats IZc, Tax 3c—toUL ISe. Children's Stall IZc, Tax 3c, T««M. 15«. Reserved Scats on Sale at the Legion Arena Every Monday From 6 p. m. on Special Card Evelyn Watt vs. Ann Leverne One Hour Time Limit Match, IJest 2 Out of 3 Falls Jack Larue and "The Hornet" m. Tex Rilcy and Gus Johnson FARN1 PpGlIi DITCH BANK LEVELING Sunday and Monday Continuous Show Sunday 'Conflict' Humphrey Bogarl Alexis Smith, Sydney Orceiustrect Paramount News Also Shorts New Theater Manila's l^/rterf^ Shows EVEHY NIGHT Mutinec Saturday & Sunday i- Ilox Oirens Week Days 7:00 p.m. fc Sal.-Sun. 1 p.m. Cont. Shim-in?. • "Comfortably Cool" $\ Saturday "SHERIFF of REDWOOD VALLEY" with Kill Klliutt as Kcd Ryder SKUI.U, and COMKI>Y Admission '.... 14c anil 30c SATURDAY OWL SHOW "THE CAT CREEPS" 1'I.US COMEDY Admission 14c and 30c;-. 1 Sunday nnd Monday ' ,' THE DARK CORNER". witli Lucille William Bcndixl" I !•'! S.J.COHEN Contractor IYNCH BLDG. BLVTHEVWEK,: CHICK THEATRE H "Where Happiness Costs l\ So Little" Week Days: Slarls si I 1:30 p. m. CHAMBLIN SALES CO. Sales Stikleb«ker Service j WE BUY AND SELL GOOD USED CARS j Lex Chamblin Bill Chamblin J i Phono 21S5 Railroad &. Ash Sts. ! USED CARS WANTED We will pay you the full OPA Ceiling plus your extra equipment. If you nre going lo keep your present car let us give you an estimate on reconditioning your motor, body and painting. Credit terms can !>c arranged. Tires, Tubes and auto and home radios for sale. Lee Motor Sales, Inc. Oldsmobilc East Main St. CMC Trucks Phone 519 Last Time Today DOUBLE FEATURE 'Vengeance of the West" wilh Kill Kllinll and Tex Killer "Enter Arson Lupin" with Charles Knrvin and Ella Raines Serial: "Raiders of Ghost City* No. 8; Also Cartoon SATURDAY OWL SHOW At 11:30 "Power of the Whistler" wilh Kichard Dix sind .Tanis Carter Serial "Haunted Harbor" Xo. 13 Also Comedy Sunday and Monday 'A Lady Takes a Chance" will) John Wayne and .lean Arlhur Also News nnd Cartoon.

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