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BLYTOEVTIVLtl (AR«.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY; JUNE i, 1946 land WMmberty Able To Hold Lutes' Hitters A» Boy In Pinches. Th«*Pro mls «d t*nd Independent r^httl (earn ran wild Sunday af- ternootT to defeat Lutes bj a lop- sid»d 1S-J score Promised • Land's InlteU showed better Spirit and raore. accurate pl»j' than has beei\ displayed In their last thte e times. Qnl> three bobbles W«K' 'charged- against them and their "throws. *«e , straight, and true • Lute*' infield seemed to have inherited the fielding slump that Promised Land had shaken of, havlngvbeen charged » lUv two fumbles arid four wild "tosses that allow?d Sour Promised Land scores. Hitting was evenly distributed n-ith etch, tenm getting 12 safeties. Lutes £ however, > as not able to burichUlieir hits mjU)' the ninth inningVwlien they piled up three hits ajjd pushed byer two runs In n fruitless attempt to overcome H-runs Promised Land lead. Lu had eleven men left, on bases while Promised Land hart only four. Proirilsefl Land's lilts came mostl) in the-: pinches. Riding the crest ol a 9 UK! lead nt the last half ol the eighth, they put together live hits attiil two walks to crowd stx scores jHicross the. plate to cinch the coflleit. HittSg honors on the Promised Lind team went, to centerfielder Bobby-Mullen, who out of five trips to the" plate got three hits and was issued two free passes for n perfect* dtiy. Thorn, Lutes left fielder, was awarded the hitting honors for hl^'tcam with three safeties out of four appearances. Herman RIttenberry, . Promised Land "right-hander, went "all the way for the victors. He gave up only one walk and twelve scattered hits -while' 'sending eight men down. swinging to const to an easy victory behind;:! sevenrrim lead [i is teammates' piled up In the first two ' Innings. Jessg' Eubanks, curve ball artist •who started for Lutes, hud the loss dumped on his shoulders before being rejieved by MeHufty In the third. ;_ ; B<K Score: Promised Land ' AB R H Po. A Baker, ~W "":' Bill Beard, c H^rdy, ID Johnny Duclos, 3b Mullen, cf Cardinals Lose Two Pitchers 'Bums' Increase Lead Over Cards Dodgers Talce Twin Bill While Redbird* . Catch Double Loss. Women Wrestlers Featured In JonlgMs Show At Local Arena Tw St. Louis Cardinals, Max Lr;nler, rlt'hl, and Fred Mnrlln, botli pitchers, pack their bags in St. Louis just before leaving for Mexico i join Ihe Vcra Cim team. "We hope Iho Cards win the pennaiu .it the Mexico League mode too ijood an »[!cr," Uicy said, "It's Just business with us." (NBA Telcpholo.) Ihicks Lose Two To Lowly Pebs Nashville Climbs Two Notches in Race; Pets Lose Twin Bill. Jack Duclos; ss Ashby, rf Gene Beard,' If Hjttenberry. p . .,[ . Totals •Lutesl^r ;_„ ' Dill, at. ' Jones^sJb MUtori^lb McHulfy, .3b-p-c Th'orriZ£l[ Hay, cl. Northcntt^ rf Lules,- c-P Eubanks, P-3b Totals .tone couldn't hold a four-run lead i the opener and Earl McGowan, who survived the early Baron assault, liisl;<I the distance for his Until victory against two losses. In the nlghcnu, the Barons cut loose wllh another early Wast, four runs in the ilrxl inning, and this time the Crackers didn't catch up is John Meketl held them In check on eight hits. The teams arc paired Hit! same ay tonight in single games. By CARL LUNIMiUIST Halted Press Sports Writer NEW YORK, June 3. <UP)—Baseball glory lias .spurned Art Herring during a long pitching career 'mil today when he "might have had It at Inst, tho little Dodger right- hander had to Ix? content instead with, tho dream of a no-hllter that might have been. He was chosen to make his first start of the year In the second game of a double header at Cincinnati after the Dodgers won the opener. 2 to 1. And for five Innings he toiled flawlessly, holding the Reds hltless. The Dodgers gave him a 1 to 0 lead for their final margin of victory In the first inning, achieved on a walk to Eddie Stanky, nn infield out and Dixie Walker's long' single. The way that Herring was pitching that run loomed bigger each inning. Came the sixth and the Dodgers filled the bases with one out: It was Herring's turn to bat but instead Manager Leo Durouhcr sent a pinch-hitter. Pete Reiser, to bat The crowd gasped In unbelief. No one could ever remcinlscv when a manager had done a thing like that before. To make matters worse Reiser struck out and the threat ended when Stanky filed out to ent the inning. Hugh Casey came on to preserve the shutout, mul Herring went sadly to the showers. Casey wns touched for four singles, but' ' Promoter Mike Meroney's weekly wrestling show has the feminine touch again this week as Evelyn Wall tangles with Ann l.avcrue in the first bout on tonight's cr-rd (it th'o American Legion Arena. Both women performers have appeared here before and are fairly well known to local fandom. Miss Lnvcrnc has wrestled the champion lady wrestler, Mildred Burke, here In past matches. •Following the ' special women's . vow Ti'X Hlley and Gils Johnson. Luruc is a big fellow and is said to. IK.' a very rough wrestler. His rliKT lot tonight's scrimmage, The Hornet, has proved lus prowess and roughness m his two appearances here in the last two weeks. Riley couldn't be called small, •weighing about 215 pounds and as fast as chained lightning. This veteran wrestler's favorite stunf. is the kangaroo kick which consists of bounding Into the air and kicking your opponent with both feet. He is an expert with those. feet, incidentally. .Johnson, too, is n well known performer here, having appeared here many times In the past. He Is also a skilled wrestler and like his partner, Rilcy, can make with plenty of rough sluft if the need IM. " The Iirst bout is scheduled to start promptly at 8:15 p.m. Sh e Is Ruth Evelyn Best, 25, a ] civil engineering graduate of Iowa Elate college and an employee ol a DPS Mollies engineering firm. Tlic new member Is outnumber- d by men, 605 to 1. Read Courier Newi Want Ad*. second game when he smacked a grunt! slam homer against his former Cardinal mutes in a [Wc-run sixth in which Sid Gordon also got a Glitnt Ijomcr. The Giants in winning, looked not at all like the same team which dropped a Memorial Day double bill to Ihe last place Phils. HaiTl Walker hit n Canliiv.il homer. Tlie Cubs and Uraves divided nt Chicago. Boston won the opener, G to :i, Hiii Masi driving In three runs with a homor and single to back up the pitching of Morton Cooper, who won his third game, liookie Marvin Rlckcrt was the big hitler as the Cubs won the second game 8 to 2 on Claude Pnsscnu's live-bit Job. Hlck- tvt drove in five runs on » single and double. Tinelt iKip) Sewcll, returning to action after a muutU's layolf because of illness, pitched the Pirates to a four-bit, 5 to 1 victory over tbe NATIONAL LEAGUE Philadelphia at Pittsburgh, Only game. Won't He Lonesome DES " MOINES, la. (UP)—-The loan Engineering Society has elected u woman to membership for the first time III its 47 years or existence. bore down with men on base to keep} P!llls al Pittsburgh, hut Philndcl- out of trouble. Herring got credit I P>>i» opened up to win the secoii- vlctory but It was hollow """" 38 15 12 25 1 .AB p H Po;>A, 5 OS 21 5001 5008 .4 0 1 4 1 3 4 a 2 312 . 4. 1 1 402 B>- WIX1AM TUCKER United Press Sports Writer ATLANTA, On., June .:!. (UP) — The Nashville Vols, prc-,senson pennant pick of n lot of people but first-month- flop on the field, np- iwared today to have found jus the tonic to snap them out of then* hitting lethargy—Hclnz Becker's big bat. When the first sucker newly acquirer! from the Chicago Cubs clouted one. out of the lot In Chattanooga Sunday he touched olT Ihe Vols' stese guns for one of the few times this season and Ihe club rorih- with vaulted from fifth to third place In the Southern Association standings. . Becker's blow and an iissortment Baseball Standings SOUTHERN LEAGUE W. L. .Atlanta .34 IG Chattanooga ..28 19 Nashville 21 10 New Orleans :. 24 23 Memphis 24 24 Mobile 19 27 Little Rock 18 27 Birmingham 17 30 AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. 38 3 12 21 7 Score by. Innings: Promised Land 341 000 16-,—15 lutes 000 001 002—3 $1000 Purse Posted for Arkansas Field Trials LITTLE ROCK, Ark., June 3 (DPI—A $1,000 purse has been post cd fojrjthc champion open all-ag dog irvV the Arkansas Field Tria Association's meet near BoonevlH next Nov. 18. Dogs ~ will be entered In three other '• events, according to T. A. McAmis.^secre.tary .ol-the Stat Game al>d'Fi?h Commission. The '^ore 1 . fof, '?ho0t'rhjr dogs, amateur all age and 'the open derby. Cleveland Philadelphia . NATIONAL of other wallops including Ueroy Patou's three-run homer, his first of the year, enabled' the Vols to rap up a,1 to 4 victory over the xx5kouts. They continued to pound he ball but hncl to be content with 7-7 tie in the second gnmc us the »esk.y- Lookouts caught up with them Chicago jefore darkness caught up with ev- cinclnnnU rybody. . N CW York The single w^n was good enough Boston Boston ............... 32 New York ............ 27 Washington ......... 21 Detroit .............. 23 St. Louis Chicago ......... . ; . , . 15 : .;.. n 10 Brooklyn ..... St. Luuis ......... ..... 23 State Tennis Tourney • To Start Thursday LITTLE BOCK, Ark., June (UP)—A last-ditch battle bctwee George Dunklln, former Arkans champion; 'and C. L. Chambers of Little,Rock, whose brilliant career was interrupted by tl« war, Is promised when'"(the Arkansas annual closedT'tenmj; "tournament gets under way here this week. • The; first post-war renewal of the courts classic which was cut back dJriiig the conflict is expected to draw a Vecord-breakinB entry list when the 'chips'a're Sown for the kickoff Thursday. .Close- -alongside Dunklin and Chambers Is Jimmy Bell, onetim state doubles titleholder, and other from Littt* ftock, Arkadelphia, Ho Springs,SCoSsfiy, ?i Dorado, For Smith ani^England. Q raise the Vols off the rim of the second division as they clambered •xcross the- reeling Memphis Chicks nd. New Orleans Pelicans into third jlacc. V The Chicks and Pels fell victim to, he 'rejuvenation program under way in the lea'gnc'.s nether regions. Tl\e Little Rock Travelers, fighting ,o climb above seventh plnce .ran .heir victory string to five straight jy clawing the Clucks twice, n to 2 and .7 to 0. George Gill coasted to victory In the opener with the support of a 10 hit assault and elderly Manager Willis Huclliii made his regular. Sunday stint a dandj by shutting out the apposition or six hits in the nightcap. Mobile ripped New Orleans apar In a double-header, 10 to G and ' to 1, but had to call on the relief pitching of Clyde King In bolh games when the Pelicans grew troublesome in the late innings. John Corrldcn. son of the Brooklyn Dodgers* trainer, slay>ucd u homer for Mobile. The front-running Atlanta Crack- rs increased their margin over Chattanooga to four and one-half arnes by dividing a twosome with Birmingham Barons, taking the irst 5 to 4 but dropping the nighl- ap 6 to 3. Birmingham's Rocky 'illsbWSVl ........... IB 'hiladelphia LEAGUE W. L. 27 13 10 19 IB 21 21 19 2ft for the consolation. Ijiter, Herring said Durocher was not to blame for the move because he had asked to be relieved. "My arm has been bothering me and when it began to hurt, I felt that If 1 stayed in, It might go sore and put me out for the season," he said. The Dodgers won the opener in the lllh when Augie Galan tripled, and scored on Ed Stevens' single. !,cs Webber, with last inning relict Pet. help from Vic Lombardl, gained iiis -OHO. second victory. .590 The back-sliding Cardinals fell .525. three and a half ijames behind the .511 leading Dodgers at St. Louis when .500 the Giants took both games, 1 to 0 .413 on Bill Voiselle's five-hitter' and 7 .400 to 0 in 11 innings when nitddy Blal- .362 tner hit n homer. Voiselie's victory was one of vindication because it 1 came just a year and n day from Pet. the time when he was fined $500 -7HO in the same park for pitching inr .GH discreetly to. a Cardinal baiter who .53.1 had a 3 and 0 count. .535 The batter hit the fat pitch for .439 a triple, the Cards won the ball All gatne and,.Voiscllc..went into a tail— -415 spirt that threatened to end his ca,244 reer. The shutout, first to be pitched over tile Cards this season, was his best mound joh since the incident of the line. Walker Conner, high-spotted the 12 Pet. .075 .590 .500 .500 .475 .402 .457 .324 game. 10 to 3. The Phils made 14 lils oif four pitchers, Johnny Wyrostek si'Uing' the pace with three. "Jalpli Kiner's 400-foot homer wns the most punishing blow oil Philly Jitcher Al Juri.sich, who won his loui-th game. Hal Ncwhouser of the Tigers became Ihe top winner in the majors when lie beat the Senators, 10 to 1 ut Washington for his ninth wii and sixth in a row. Ncwhouser, now n game ahead of his 1944 pace wlier lie won 29 games, struck out 13 batters, it'ck Wakeficld hit two doubles and two singles and Eddie May got two triples and a single in the 13-hit Tiger attack. The Chicago at Boston, St. Louis at New York, and Cleveland at Philadelphia American League doubleheaders were rained out. WRESTLING Blytheville Legion Arena Monday; June 3, 8:15 p. tn. Adult*, 3Go, Tax 9o— Total «Sc. Reserved StlU tit, Tax Jc— Total, 15«. Children's Scat* 1^, Tu Je, lie. Reserved Seats on Sale at the Legion Aren* Every Monday From 6. p. m. on Special Card Evelyn Watt vs. Ann Leverne One Hour Time Limit Match, Best 2 Out of 3 Falls Yesterday's Results SOUTHERN LEAGUE Little Rock 11-7, Memphis 2-0. Atlanta 5-3, Birmingham 1-6. j Mobile 10-4, New Orleans 6-1. Nnslwillc 1-1. Chnltiinoogii 4-1 (second game 8 innings, darkness). AMERICAN LEAGUE Detroit 10, Wnshlnaton '2. SI. Louis at .New York. vain. Chicago nt Boston, rain. Cleveland nt Philadelphia, rain. NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn 2-1, Cincinnati 1-0 (first game 11 Innings'). PiUsbunjh 5-3, Philadelphia 1-10, Boston G-2. Chicago 3-8. ew York 1-1, St. Louis 0-0 (scc- I game 11 innings. CHICK THEATRE Where Happiness Cost* So Little" Week bays: Starts at l:Sft p. m. Read Courier News Want Ads. New theater EVEkT NIGHT Saturday * S«nd»y Bu Apevs Week Days 1:M p. fcL-Sm. 1 r*L Out. Shewing "ComforfoMr ...CooT Last Time Today THE DARK CORNER" L4rWe Ban & William Bendlx AND COMF.DT Opea7; Starts 7:3* p.m. AIR CONDITIONED . s TwaOay Begart Afexfe Smith, SydMy Gmnslrcct ParMMUt News AIM Shorts Head Courier News Wnnt Ads. Dial 474 and We'll Pick up Your • DRY CLEANING • LAUNDRY NU-WA LAUNDERERS DRY CLEANERS 218-20 No. Second Today's Games SOUTHERN LEAGUE Memphis al Litlie Rocfc. New Orleans at Mobile. Nashville at Chattanooga. Atlanta at Birmingham. . ..AMERICAN LKAClllE St. Louis at New York. Chicago at -Boston (2^. Cleveland at Philadelphia Detroit at Washington. '21. 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