The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 7, 1947 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX BI,YTHEVILLE (AUK.) COUHTER NEWS WEDNESDAY, ^IAY 7. Lions of Manila Holdleipelead Blythevills Chides .Lose Crucial Game in Baseball Competition Tiie Manila Lianr. virtually enriched ihe Mississippi . County High School Baseball Lcastio pen- naiit yesterday afternoo". by drubbing the BlylheviHe Chirks S to I in Tthe second name of n double hea'der at the Air Base dii'.ruoiul Dell defeated Oosnel! 12 tj 1 in the-first game'ot the twin-bill. With only two eumc.s k-fl in their portion of the league piay, ihe win assured the Lious of at l?abt a lie for fii'st place in the le;.:v,ie .standings. While the Lions were drubbing the. Chicks, J. T. Harris, ace risht- handcr of the Manic,i club, was hanging up his sixth win. He held the Chicks to three nils, only one for-extra bases. Jltu Smith. Lions' first Incnn.m hit;for the circuit in tl.f first inning with two mates aboard. IT< singled in the fourth to lead Ihe Lions' hitting attack. p) D. Poster. Chick third \xit.o- man, doubled in the lip'n for th- only extra base blow t,iv< n up b Harris. Dan Caklwell "and Dudley Haiidy received sini;]cs to arconnt for-the Chicks other two iislw. Leon Waldcn sTunnl ou the mound for the Chicks hr.t was ie- Heved in the first by D. J. ?.IcI.eo;l. after the back injury hr received in the Shawnee t'amc 1 last wtck started bothering him. The Lions sent McLeod to the oetuh. in the fifth by staging a four-run attack. Leon Ashby went lo tii* 1 mound in the fifth to put out Ihr lire. Due to getting a late start only five innings \vere played in the til;. The Chicks will play the Osceola Seininoles a double ne.idi-c Friday. Nice Game That's How Jockey's Are Made Memphis Chicks Get Player from Browns . ''••'• MEMPHIS. Tenn.. May 7. (UP) — Memphis Chick officials have an-! nomwcd that tieori;e Bradley, for- 1 r:icr Chick first baseman an lielder, had been purchaset ),hiyer-trai!e v.illi the St. lliowns. 'I In 1 CiiiLks sent outfielder Mars L'.wis, who played with New Oi- trans !ii-st year, to the Jirown.s for liradlcy. h'radley, who has been working out \ulli the Chicks this year, re- lu.si-d to report to the 'Browns' fanr, at Toledo. He had a .330 balling' ( i vri'iigc with Memphis in 1915 and was sold to the Browns the lollow- Warmm' Up l out- hi :il Louis Dukc .Sulono, II, harefrxiled, drives his mounl liahy Sis at close finish to win special Quarter-Mile liacc at Florida's (.iulfslruum P:irl; Han.- was oneu onlv to vmmusUTS. v Dodgers Win From Cardinals With Dumcher in Grandstand NEW YORK, M:iy 7. * VI I'' • -1'.. was a hiiUilv rl!-h:ii;it)lc suhjiri in Flatbush todsiy \vlvthcr 1 .ippy I.rt> Dnrot'hrr's oi;il MI(ijtori from Uir ;ninclstand was more in>;plnn;> to:the Brooklyn Dodunrs siy-iinsl tin: St, l.oui.s Ciiicliiials Hum his morni iuppiut Iroin tlic bfiu-h. Diu-oclu-r. wh» is tem;)ornrUy nn- rtnployed, went to ilu- oull [••mi* 1 yostt-rday :md yelled nh hr:id olT like* pn'.ctinilly every othci fan in Brooklyn ami lo£i'1hcr Uioy helped pull Ihr Dnduers homo t*) an lip- hill. 7 tf» 0 victory in their first nice tint; with Ihe Carol tin!--, since they were knocked out of the Na- tlon;»l League pennant In In si Autumn's post reason playult series. Tho sus|!ende<l Dodder pilot, \ynr- ie<l from baseball Tor a year by Commissioner Hiippy Chundler. was atiompanietl by his movi-; a ft ITS; wife, Lnraino Oay. \vh;» d.ti ^ liUli veiling on lier own and shuttei cd a bap, of peanuts in in • net[Uii ed enthusiasm for tile ;troai AiViCi fjame, H muy or mny not bp ^IjniriLflnt that the D;idners Ix'at Uie CjiuU- n i!s in this highly tui|iorijtiu Hist test, whereas last yenr \vi!h Dut'o- chet 1 at Die helm thcv f.lropprtt 10 out of 2-1 games to \. t \z Caidiimls Including the pair wn ! n.h knocked Ihem out nf the pennant. The till*-end world clijimpions who now have Ihe iiigjoi-ious icc- onl of Ihi'ee vlrtorles ay;)ins 1 . 12 defeats, needed this cmr badly a:= shot-in-ihe arm" ami i- looked f they would yet it wlvn l Uei, -.cored six rmis on ial!!c> in til 1 hlnl and. fourth -off sUu-u-r Joy ilntlcit'.EUut Hal Orejii.;.' Recce Hits Homer But they ilidn't vcetiun with uit'n tl\e clutch hiltinj; of Pee \Vec Reese, whose average is a tuuul/ .IHi. and «yphomorc Carl l r m-il)i>. rteese yave the Dodgers the victory whon ho hit his fir.sl homer of the c:im]i;u;*n the seventh sifter Piu'illr, had tied it at fi-;U) with a »asr-,-UMidul tuple. The plight of the Cavd'nais fs painted up by the fact thr.I Uisi year they went all the \vnv to May 2G before losing 1- Barnes and at r~ As .college tennis sonson reaches its peak, Jeanc Dickons reaches for n hit;h one on court ' al North Carolina's Movcdith Collcfje. licked up Iliree vlelorie:' in their Dr.st four names. Yet it was the 'slow start" of the Ciudiaals in in^(> which nearly cost them th" pennant since they didn't hit theL' lliifj stride, itntil afler July -1. The Braves knocked Pittsburgh ]t- of second ])liiee and moved up into a tie for the s]iot wlUi Chi-1 ;o, by hiuulitui Kii oy Hiy.be his first bealit^i; as a Pirate, li to 0. as Johnny Sain pilrheti ,i four-hitte! 1 iu the season's (us! ni^nl yame at Boston. Highc, traded Saturday by the Uuduer.s. was knocked out us Boston eaiiitallied on hcmieis by Uama Ho\voll and Kail Te-p.'.csotu The Cuhs came from behind to lo]i llift E^u'l.s at rhil'ulelr.hia, 3 to 2, when Tommy Hughes weEikeneti In the liitr miun^s lo Miifer hi.s fourth sLrainht lu-ss. .Siuyles by Ed Wnitkus and Hob SchetTiiH! pul over the winuint; margin for C'.ib liurlcr l£m\\ KiiJih wlut scattei'ed c-iyht lots The Retis ended ;i foui''i;atn(: los itiK streak by ont.sluu^ini; the Giants at Now York, 11 to G. The Giants, who had won thru* straight, committed four errors as ClntinnaLi made \'2 hits tiff six pitchers. Hay Racing Bill Defeated By S. Carolina Lawmakers COLUMBIA. S. C., May 7. (UP) —A move to legalize bettini; at race tracks in smith Carolina was apparently dead today. The state Senate yesterday killed a llollse-ap- prou'd measure to leirajixe pari- mutuel wnni-i'insc. The vote was '.>•! to If!. Nd l\in\ Marks I-A PORTK, Tox. <UP)—II was ^ liuimy dny at tlin La Porto liifjh school when student.s found it was impossible to take home any bad murks. Somebody broke into the . principal's office at night EUU! stole j every report card in the place. I.amanno's three hits for the ru-ds dt'ove in four runs. The Red Sox made it tl:r«M> hi* a row at St. Louis with a G to n victory over the Browns when Tod Wtlliams iiit a homer in th" ninth lo tie the :;core at ;t-ali, r.hcn pui his loam nln?ad to stay with a three run homer in the llth. A two-run homer by Jt-fV Heath in the Brownie half left St. Louis a hilly short. The Tigers also used i\ homer to win. Kddie Lake smashing it in the eighth to produce a '.5 to *J victory over the Yankees :it D''i> oU. Hr- lief pilcher Hal White held New York scoreless with two hits as hy pitched the Philadeliihia A's to a 3 to 0 triumph. The defeat ended n four i-;nmc Chicago winntn;-; streak. Another castofT. Din^o Uiuhs. led the A's at IxU willi a triple and tw 1 singles, driving in two itins. Yesterday's star—Ted V/iHiams of the Uerl Sox who gave them a G to 5 victory over the Browns v:ith a three-run homer in the 1 Ith after " his ninth inning home*: 1 :ed the score at 3-all. Underdog Chicks Lick Birmingham Little Rock Travelers In Win Over Atlanta; Pels Strengthen Lead (J'y United I'ri'ss) Southern Association biisc'bRll :<r.imr. F\\itchcd oppo^Uion lochiy. At the end of the current series, ending with la.st niislu's ^ames. I New Orleans hail an even firmer! yrip an tcp position in ihe pennant | race, with a Hill five-game le.vj; over the second place Chattanooga clul). Today, the league leaders open a series in New Orleans with Chat- tanoogn. Memphis ROCS to Atlahta, Little !«;;•:< to Birmingham and •Nashville to Mobile. | N'ew Orlcun.-i was stretched to| ten innings last night to finally take a 5 to 4 victory over Nashville. Atkins \v.\s credited with the win for the volunteers. Nashville, helped by \!a;. rial d'.s homer in the second. c;nne up lo the ninth running New Orleans a four and four deadlock. The Pels pushed over, the winning rui in ll'.e las' o: tlje: tenth. Little Ro'-'k brought out its I'.vo l::'st roundsmen in Atlanta last' nisht to sink the Crackers 4 to 1. Sam House took care of things cm lho Little Rock pili'hing staff through nine innings and then Al iPiel 1'ieehota came out to relieve hint. It wus just a matter of letting House rest because, he gave tip only t\vo safeties for eiyht innings. Tho CJracker batsmen picked up another hit in the ninth. Liulc Rock coi-j lected s ix hits off Atlanta pitcheri Charley Mistos. | It \vas home rnn night for the Mentpnis Chicks in defeating Birmingham 1 to 3. Wes Hamner slammed two in the first two innings "nd outfielder J,indsay Deal followed suit with another one in the third. Hanski went the rou'.e for the Chicks, allowing only six hits. One of them a two-rim homer by outfielder Zez Eaton of Birmingham. Mobile beat Chattanooga 8 to '2 on the strength of doing the right thing with hits at the right time. The enrs had 11 hits only oncj more than Chattanooga—but lhe| Lookouts couldn't seem to clhk on I cliar'.;i-s played against him ycster-1 day. s I old Fred Sharp, a commercial fisli- Kres s was charged with (he fatal! ennan. who Kress said attacked .'----.- - -- i • •"-• The shooting took place :tt Landing on Lake Hamil- Young Brook fnnn a .45 caliber pistol. Mrs. Kivss and a friend su;si:tntiated the st»>y that Kress 1 aimed the shots al the ground i:i an effort to ;•,•;••'»•"> shaip. but that ihe man stumbled and fell into the line m life. MuniLi];:il Jml,:,> Jann-s H. Long yesterday ullo'.vecl :• c(;i.iiim:miv ol the I'ase l]i>! : l Weiinesd.iy. i-.l mat-the state etuld summon witnesses I'esiding at .Vnlvern. And Stop Dosint* Your Stomach With Soda and Alkali zcrs Don't f-x]irot to 1:1 t r.'-:<l n liiT from h'-M-i::^!].-, wnJn and iilJiir'i^'ia!!/-. ri if ij.e l;uu curjs^ u( 5tuiiia<.li at uii. Hut iu llio inh .,1:11,1! l.-nut . (ift t'art.T'a I'liL-i ri.-lit linw. T:iVo ^s <!i- TCf text. Tin-y ::eriily iin.i i-rff, iiv< ly "iipil ( '.;i-k" your di^wlJvu tr.iil. 'J'!:l^ ,,,-nnit': ji!\ T, ,,t witK U y^ur?Jo^^ iniliK^'i'in w* y^n f.iii fr<1 mtHy i\«i\'\ u^.tin. lluy C^irur's I'i!!^ tmliiy. 'TfiMork" y.jur Intestinal tr;:ctfi;r ri-nl nlkl truiu iiuii;;.-r.tl.;:j. Vcis;»li1o Tom Brown, 19-ye.nv- old mi live of Brooklyn who played n few games for the Dodders as shortstop when ho Wiis l(i, works out with Brooke .ns a m'omism<i first baaemuu. Cleveland Indians' Hob Feller ;i i! j u s t s elect i ically-henled jack el bet \veen innings o[ season's opener with Clucn^o White- Sox as a strong Cleve- huid Breeze kept tempcraUirc in the f>0's. Rabbit Robert got oil lo ;i b;nl stall, losing to F.d, L/jpal, 2-0, b^Iorc 55.U1-1 fans. Homicide Charge Filed in Death of Fisherman HOT WRING'S, Ark.. May 7,™ • UP) -A 'Inlsn. Okla.. ciifc operator. Jack E. Kress, wa^ hcltt in Garland Count;; j-ail icday without bond, puntling I IIP outcome of . KrcR s uns cliarge<l with (lie fatal j ennan. wi shr.oiiim Mondav nierht of 55-year- !lim - T!lc " j Corcleall's ton. Kress iok! officers tlint the man lunged :u him with a knife after an argument, and that he accidentally shot him with two bullets City Radio -Service- Diol 2407 Tor Lxpcrt Kepairs 3'!4 Easl Main St. Felix A. Carney WHAT ADVERTIS niul-Drl! n .sini'.lc nanif M;\y 13 to wind up tllrir SOLISOII. Score by innings: R. H. F. MnnilH 'Ml 10 it i; :i Dlvllicvillc (1UO 22—4 3 5 Loose Clothes Just Don 1 ! 'Fit In' with MOVING PARTS • How are your ovr-iUs and shirl gcing lo got * ;ig with the tractor and imple- nenfs you uss ? Torn or -loose clothes calch easily in shahs:, sprockets, chains — anything that moves. DON'T TAKE A CHANCE This advertisement, prepared in coopczaiion with tbe National Safety Council, Is Eponsoied by DELTA 312 South 2nd BE CAREFUL 1. Keep all shields in place. 2. Stop machine io adjust and oil. 3. When mechanism becomes clogged, disconnect power beloio cleaning. 4. Keep hands, feet and clclhing away from povror-drivon paits. 5. Keep ol£ implement unless scat or platform is provided. Kc<?p others olf. * T • oilers o!f. A Phone 863 INTERNATIONAL WHAT OTHERS SAY: PLAY IN YOUR Here's How Advertising Helps Make Your Income Safe and Sure; Helps Create Good Jobs for Your Daughter and Son I ODAY producing goods is no longer America's big problem. In most fields selling the goods is the big job. Yon know of dozens of businesses right in your neighborhood that could be twice as big as they now are if they could sell twice as much. And if they were twice as big, they'd employ twice as many people. One of the lowest-cost methods of selling goods on a big scale is through advertising. Advertising sells goods. When more goods are sold, often prices come down—so more people buy those goods more often. That means more jobs at the factory—and at all the firms that do business with that factory; the mines, mills, transportation companies, dealers, stores, banks, insurance companies, real estate firms, etc. All along the line there are more and better jobs for everyone. That's how advertising—by stimulating business—makes for a more secure present and brighter future for you and yours. Gt&c* WeufA j4dtf0itt*i«$ 'iVetfit "fyoa: 1-. Brings you better goods for less money. 2. Makes shopping more pleasant nnd easier. 3. Has given us the world's highest standard of living. BY SELL/NO MORE TO MORE Pf6 Makes your job more ** "** o,I'r -..•*. BLYIHEVILLE COURIER NEWS FOR SALE! 40 ACRES—HJWAY61 | . !',/> miles vorih of lilythe-l j villa on M\v;iy (>' jn^l I | iiovth of Krul/.' ilitch. 5-j j roam hotiso I'oi' livinjij |(|ii<irlprs & 'l-vouni tenant | j luntse & liai'n. (Jl l )>w:m j I trues set out last fall. ! ! Anyone (b-iiritio; one A- 1 tltp nicesl pht'.-fs avai!:j|i<o ' j lodny for n lioincsile. we j j this lillla I'stna nmv. Terms j j can 1)C ari'iin.s'C:'!. | I Lots and acreage avaii- j I able on North 61 with | ! city wafer. I ! We have numerous houses! ! of all ty]it v s for sale j j throughout this rity. j | HOW WOULD VOL' i.lKKJ |To I'suv A no.\u>: I'oiij JSD.OO ['KR MONTH? j See 01- Call j H. E. "BUD" FISHER Real Estate & Loans 101 E. Kentucky | 1UI I'.. IVCIUUCrtV • i_ o __^ *_i.'.j! „ i Opm at 7:00 p.m.; Starts 1::!0 [i.i». Wednesday and Thursday "The Wails Came Tumbling Down" with I.cc HmvnKin, M:n"gu'-'ntc ClinpllKil Also Shorts ^« Manila, Ark. Wednesday & Thursday "VACATION DAYS" with FrtMlrtir Sleu'url. .Inn? Vtnv-": r News ,V Com-.Niv Mcim/o's F/nes^t Hlinws r\TRY NIG'fT Matlnnc Saturday .^ Suiulay Box Opons \Vrck Dnys T:Un p.m. Bat.-Sun. I p.m. Con I. Hhnvlm \Vetliics(!ny ;uin Tliuvsiliiy 'That V/ay v/irh V/oinen" with Dane Cliirk, M:\rllia SclcMrd Short Sli

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