The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 6, 1946 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 6, 1946
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PACT SIX BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JUNE G, 1946 Crackers Defend Lead on Home Lot Leaders to May 18 Games in TlMir Own Ball Park ~. „ »V "BURNS BENNETT . BBM** PKW Sports Writer ATIANTA, Ga., June 6. (UP) — Southpaw Earl McGowan was slnteO to take, the mound tonight for Atlanta as the Crackers open an It game home stand with a three game series with the Memphis Chick*./_,•> - -• ' .Haying .allowed but 54 hits and 2? runs in 86 Innings and possessing a> season record of nine wins arj two losses, McGowan, by winning tonight, would become the. first pitcher In the league to rack up 18 wins. The Crackers and Chicks were idle last night but although the Chattanooga Lookouts lost to New Orleans, th e Crackers remained six and one-half games in the lead as,the Nashville Vols moved into second place by whipping Mobile lor the Vols fifth straight win. The Vols, aided by Tele Thoinas- sle's Homer, took an early four-run lead against the Bears last night but Mobile battled back to tie up trie game in the seventh only f .o have the Vols score a run in the eighth to tak e the e a trie 6 to 5. [Mobile got 14 hits liufuriini; ~i homer by Shotgun Shuba with one man on but were unable to bunch them effectively. At Chaltanooga, the Lookouts scored six runs in the first two Innings to take a six run lead but the Pelicans fought back and finally won out, 8 to G in 12 !nr«4pg.s. Both teams fielded poorly, the Lookouts making five errors nnd the Pels three. The win boowd tb« Pels Into fourth place. •In, the, only other game played, the Birmingham Barons slugged out a 10 to S win over the Little Rock .Travelers. Vernoii Stone, an ' early season holdout, made his second start for the Barons and went the rout« to rack up his second win. Tom Neill hnmercd for the Baron.s «r|fh two on and Butch Nlemati hit one for Little Rock with one on. The same series continue tonight. Assauft Wins Belmont Stakes Assault, product of Ihc King Ranch In Texns, will) Jockey Warren MeluUms up, stands In the winner's circle once aijnlii. llils lime at Hcliumtt Park after lie Jiacl won ilie $100.000 Belmont Stakes. At his head is Miss HclciiHn Klcljcrg. daughter of Hie owner. (NBA Tclcpholu.) Strike Threat Now Reaches Big Leagues Baseball Standings SOUTHmN LEAGUE W. U Atlanta 36 n Nasliville 25 19 Chattanooga New Orleans Memphis Mobile PITTSBURGH June 6. (U.P.)— Little Rock Major league baseball came face Birmingham to face with the realization today tlial It Is no more Immune to strike action than Industrial plants or co;<l mines when the Pittsburgh pintles plans to walk out tomorrow on their game with the New York Giants. Only the first appearance by President William Benswanger In the Pirate dressing room In 12 years, prevented a strike from taking place last night before the game with the Brooklyn Dodgers. The players, angered over the redistil of club officials to recognize their, union, the American Baseball Guild (Independent) as 25 28 25 25 21 20 is Pet. .673 .568 .549 .500 .490 .429 .408 .360 AMERICAN LKAUUE W. L. Pet. Boston . .... New York . Washington Detroit . . Cleveland . St. Louis . Chicago Philadelphia 35 30 23 25 19 18 15 11 NATIONAL LEAGUE 29 25 Brooklyn St. Louis Chicago 21 Cincinnati . New York . Boston a collective bargaining agent. »ad | Pittsburgh ."";,'.'.'"."] 17 aurccd not to meet the Dodgers In a night game unless Benswan- gcr came to their quarters for a conference. Finally he arrived with Pirate Attorney SewiU'd French. With the guild organizer and founder Robert Philadelphia 14 17 10 18 23 23 22 13 .790 .038 .548 .543 .422 .410 .371 .244 .674 .595 .52.) .514 .465 .4:!9 .430 .333 be lu read ax fol- I'EOrOSED OOKS1TTUTIOBAI. AMENDMENT NO. 38 SUBMITTED BY FIFTY-FIFTH GENERAL ANSEKBbT KK IT KBSOI.VKI) V.V THK SKNATB ANI) HOUSK'OR 'i'h« roiiuty courln' or the Htate jii their rc-p-jieclive counties tOKU'ther wilft a NiJijoriLy or tliu JuKtiros cf Ihe pem o u( hiu-h counly. Ir adilitlon to in* amniint of county lax allowed to b« levje'l, Fliall liavn |]ie jiovver Lu Irvr inn cxrerillnj; ten mill* on tbo dollti «m all Uxnlilu prtjiie/ty un Ilir-lr rL'aprt- tivo fuunlir*. u:.:c[i slmll ij« ktiuR-n flh Hie rouiity roii'l *n\, ArLiI \vlien •wllvclr-d hi,,,11 I,,, used in tlio rex|.r<;- tivo roillilli-K fur Hie |inr|i»sc "' «"«• ln£ nn<! rc['!»lrln|; public roaiis Mint Ijrjiijjcs of the r?x|>eiMivu countii'S. nn'i fur no ollKT |»ir|ir>sn, anil *hnll lt» collected In Untlcrl NtaU'K currency 01 totinly xvnrriuit* legally drawn oil «ncf» roin] Isx fuml if A majority or tfte Imve vole.) iiuliHc road U* at till* KCiieral ek'ction ritr Slule and county officers nrL'L'edltii: fcutli levy at suoi vlecllr>n. Filed ill Hie uirica of Hecretnry ot State on lllo 20lli day of .Muri-ti, l»l r ). \ViliWM< my liainl imd »I-H| of (tfriftt on Oils the 20IU day of February, I'Jll. , _ O. O. Hall. Secretary of EJlnte i>|0-cli-IO:31 CONSTIPATION VICTIM TELLS OF RELIEF ! I ; : Druggist's Wife Praises Famous Laxative Food Refrigerator ServJee OF ALL KINDS—CALL W. O. BLUE Phone 291S or 2642 New Theater 1 Manila's Finest Shows EVEKY NIGHT MaUnee Saturday & Sunday Box Opens Week I>:iys 7:00 p.m. Sat.-Sun. 1 p.m. Cont. Showing "Comfortably Cool" Murphy, as their spokesman they OK TIIK RTATF or flurCCd tO play In Order not to diR- ll"»]orit>' 'of al] Hie m appoint the fans who were in the stands. It was only 15 minutes before game time when they went "S!!, 11 RKIMIKKKNTATIVKS ARKANSAS. . bers etcctod l» '' 0 ,','," •f." lp !"K i>'"«'to: ' ''' Georgia Tech Gets Ruling On Athletes '."ATLANTA, aa., June c. CUD— Col. Blake R. Van Leer, president of Georgia Tech, revealed torttiy Uuit Southeastern <3ouLerence Commissioner Mike Conner has denied football, eligibility. for athletes who transferred from one member college to another during tlie war uu- le« they return to their original alma mater. • .Van Leer said that Conner iiotl- . fled conference presidents of Utn ruling June 1. The Georgia Tccli president added, however. Hint the ruling appeared ."contrary" to n decision ;bf, the ctiriference executive Reef Sox Seek More Mound Power to Aid Pennant Hopes BY CAKf. I.UNUQUIST United l"rcss Sports Writer NEW YORK.. June 0. <U1'>—It s n liltlc too curly for that nild- sctiKon mnlndy known ns nciinnncy :-alsy to strike but manager Joe ironln of tlic Ho.ston Red Sox appeared to hnve a mild close of It today us he browsed tibout hoping to find another starlitic pllulicr. AdaiDs singled with the sacks loaded In the ninth to give the Curds n 2 to 1 win over Boston. Ken Burkhart gained the decision over Ed Wright although both pitched five-hit ball. Tlie Dodgers half games in stayed three and front of the Cards by topping the Pirates, 5 U> 3 In . a night game, which almost was That inlElU .seem lo he undue .culled off when the PlllsburBh Icn-n alarm on his part ftinfinucli its the rampant lied Sox now are traveling I ut a .70S pace wilh 35 victories ami just nine dcfc-iUs. What worries Crontn, however, It lio is really worried is (hat n ot those Irimuplis have been turned In by just two pitchers, Dave Ferris and Mickey Harris. Perhaps he hits heard Ihe uciv Feiuvay Park slogan that "Ham. and Ferris will carry us" but up parcnUy he hasn't too much confidence in it. Joe Dobson, with six victories nnd one loss. Is a goon third man and Earl Johnson wilt, four relief victories and no dcfen is tops as ii rally-stopper. Moreover, there Isn't much wrong with tlic record of Cecil (Tex) Hughson. has won four and lost four, but apparently Cronln thinks he needs onr. n-.orc starter. 12 Innings anil Tic The Browns scored at least moral victory over the ned Sox ycslcrdny when they battled 12 Innings ami llic score was lied 8-(i when the game was called because of darkness. Rutland was on Uu. mound for the Boston team. The Yankees moved within six x- j and « half Kanics of the leaders Mafch and Hinted. bv bonting ChtaiEbi S;to ' G iiiifa night game at New York in whicl While Sox donated Ilieni the victory with 15 walks and .fcix'er- foi- tlireatcned to strike because of rc- ftLsal of the club owners to bargain with the new player union. Klrby Hlgbc was the winner, although 1:* had to quit In the seventh with a torn back muscle. The Dues got. six hits but nine walks kept Illgbc and relief pitcher Frank Mellon in not water. The Cubs beat the Giants at Chi- CIIRO, 6 to 5 In the ninth when Eddie Wailktis singled with the bases full to break up' the game. The Giants left 12 men stranded on rase bringing their two day total to 27. Phil Cavarelta's two-run homer climaxed a sixth Inning rally in which fovir Cub runs wiped oul a" early 5 to 1 Giant lead. Relief pitcher Emll Kush won his fourth straight frame wilhout n defeat. Philadelphia and Cincinnati were not scheduled. fesV:the.'stuaent r s suspended football at the time of tBe~ transfer. Several prominent football players »re affected under the rule, iu- clwMng Phil Tinsley, who became an Ail-American in the V-12 program at Tech after previously starring at Alabama before Hint school suspended football for one season. Tinsley has been variously reported planning to return to Tech, then Alabama, and,Tech again. Colonel Van Leer said that if an appeal is lodged on Conner's latest ruling the executive committee will vote cither to sustain or the commissioner. Read Courier News Want Ads. Hogan Favored to Win Philadelphia Tournament PHILADELPHIA, June 6. (U.P.) —Belting Ben Hogan, recojrd- sniHshing victor In , the Gopdall Round-Robin was the heavy favorite today as the third annual $16.000 Philadelphia Inquirer Invitational Golf Tournament got under way. ' • The withdrawal of defending cchamplon Byron Nelson cleared the way for hot and heavy competition from Johnny Bulla. such who big- guns, as placed, third year, and past, national PGA champions Vic Gheezl and Sammy Sncad as wen as the . remaining 144 qualified turf -diggers. Hogan came to the Inquirer Invitational packed with the confidence of three straight wins. Before winning the Goodall, Hogan took the Fort Worth .Invitation and the Western Open meets. Read Courlrr News Want Ads. Today *s Games SOUTHERN LEAGUE' Memphis at Atlanta. Little Rock at Birmingham, New Orleans at Chattanooga. Mobile : nt Nashville. NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn at Pittsburgh. Philadelphia at 'Cincinnati.. New York .at Chicago. Boston at St. Louis, night. AMERICAN LEAGUE Chicago at New York. Cleveland at Washington, night. St. Louis at Boston. Only games scheduled. of HIB Hint,- nf Arkansas, i onto the field. |J|™JJ / ' i " rl "'; i1 " 1cr '^. 1 J;' "i\'V|. cc '° ln , However, Murphy said that the next Koneral el"cti<m fur'^Iio'i'iresonU- plnyers definitely w'ould not meet| •»'"•• nnd Senators, it a majority oj the' Giants on Friday unless their, 11 ! 8 'l^tori voiin B tiicn'on. ., such .» demands for an Irnmedinte collec- i..;, le sr ,all become". ,,.",t"of'"ih"'' cJ".- tlve bargaining election were met. l.titution of tin, states «( Arkansm. We do not want a" strike un- |»° *!': , less II is a last resort." Murphy „ ^h^Co^tttu 1 ,^! *'"'"*""" *"' said. "But we may have to walk out." .'; nd ui>o» rn nt trio ITic titatu ot Bill Tilden Loses Net Duel to Littfeton-Rogers CHATTANOOGA, Term., June 6. (UP> -Big Bill Tilderi made a game stnnd against ' George LitUeton- Rogers but finally bowed to the former Irish Davis Gup player 6-3, 6-8, 6-4 in the opening rounds yesterday of the Chattanooga Tennis Club's professional net tournament. Kolh were troubled with their services, but Littleton-Rogers held four times It) the final set and finally broke through Tilden's onetime cannon ball service to win the match after two hours of bruel- llng play. Yesterday's Results SOUTHERN LEAGUE ' New Orleans 8, Chattanooga 6 (12 Innings.) Birmingham 10. Little Bock 5. Nashville 6, Mobile 5. Only games scheduled. NATIONAL LEAGUE Chicago 6, New York 5. Brooklyn 5, Pittsburgh :-3. St. Louis 2, Boston 1. Only games scheduled. AMERICAN LKAGUK Detroit 2, Philadelphia 0. .Boston 8. St. Louis 8 (called end of 12th, darkness.) New York 9, Chicago 6. Washington 5. Cleveland 1. rorij. -Chicago-got 12 lilts, .,.,. ._. extra 'bases, :.wiiilc the YankocS maclt! only seven sitiRlos. Relict pitcher Allen Geltcl was Ihc winner, Betting his fourth decision and his first since May :i. Detroit scored its second straight 2 lo 0 shutout al Philadelphia. Virgil Trucks nnd Al Benlon collaborating in the four-hitter. Benton finished when Trucks got Indigestion in the fourth. Dick Wakefield and George Kcll hit homers for the Tiger runs. Robcr Wolff pitched the Senators to n 5 to 1 win over Cleveland in a Washington nisht game. Gerry Priddy's three-rnii double and a homer by Buddy Lewis were tlie principal blows in Wolff's seven-hit performance. At St. Louis, pinch-hitter Buster ' Is constipation making your lifo miserable? This sincere, unsolicit: cd letter may show you the way to '• lasting relief I | •*Jnst n note of thanks for what KKI.I.OnC'S AL.I-II11AN has mount to nip! T'or n lona nrrio.1. I siitTcTP'! from hnliitunl constitution. My htlsltnnrl, n tlrtiK- Ki^t, fnmlly auKucsti 1 )! thnt ! try ALI^- JfHAN. Tf> my joy, it ilix-s tho trick. Now n Ijnw! of tliis <!?lirlous ceri'iil is on my balls' menu." Mrs. Louis Ktcln. 1104 N. UerenJo St., Loa Anireles Ii7, Calif. If your constipation is due to lack of bulk in the diet, you may never again have to take another harsh laxative—if you eat KELLOGG'S ALL-BUAN every day. and drink plenty of water. Do this for 10 days. If not completely satisfied, send empty carton to Kel,.K Company, Battle Creek, Michigan. Get double your money. buck. ALL-BRAN is not a purga-, tivc. It's a wholesome antl nutritious cereal that provides gentle bulk lielpfu! to normal luxation. Eat it as a cereal or in muftins every day. Ask your grocer for ALL-BRAN. Made by Kellogg's of Battle Creek nnd Omaha. : Last Time Today "SILVER FLEET" Friil ay 'Home on the Range" (Tcclmirolor) Republic riclure Open 7; Starts 7:30 p.m. AIR CONDITIONED FOR BALE CONCRETE STORiy., SEWER AIX'BIZEB Cheaper Than Brtdfe Limber OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO. Phone *9l OweoU, Ark. Last Time Today 'Our Hearts Were Young and Gay' with Gail Russell, l>iann:t I,ynrt News of (he Day and Shorts LUCKY DAD Our Straws are Breeze-Conditioned! Time to step out under a fresh New Featherweight Straw ... from HUGHES They're as cool on your head as a crisp leaf of lettuce . . . with hidden vents, self-conforming features and lightweight for cool comfort in town or country. It's our Straws for smartness.! YELLOW CLASS LAMPS Out' » re truislucctn.Y. ^•i tmftt Ufhtinf for aft outdoor mteb.. .yet they re* ^ An*uttrKlIoB for ioMcU...mosquitoes.. .pi»U up to'j $2%. . .U»* tKew fittly on porches.. .in gudtns... pit.. .Mel all over JTOUT summer cotUje. PLANTERS HARDWARE CO., Inc. 126 West Main s - "3"\ ' , s* c tiT • ' / <;\\^ - >• v |',v\ \r\ You'll Look Better in a \ - /k i M \.-4h x»\/ m 1 ' * V 7; Friday and Saturday 'Marshall of Reno' with "Wild Bill" Elliott as Red Ityilrr :iml Bnbt}y Rlakn and Ann Fleming. Serial: "Jungle Haider" and Shorts CHICK TREAT W 'Where Happiness Costs So Little" Week Days: Starts at 7:30 p. m. Last Time Today DOUBLE FEATURE Murder in the Blue Room with John Mlcl and Grace McDonald 'Man From Down Under" with €halirlc.s L^ughton und I)nnn:t Rccd Ako Short IF YOU (JIVE HIM ORIGINAL 4FOLD NO L1NIN6 PflLdl BfflCH B Friday and Saturday DOUBLE FEATURE "ARIZONA LEGION" with George O'Brien "U-BOAT PRISONER" willi Frucr. Itrnnell * John Ahbotl f Serial: "K:iirlcrs of Ghnsi Ctly" i N«. !); Also Comedy |, DOBBS Lightweight Straw or I'anama from $5 to $10 R. D. Hughes & Co. WHERE QUALITY COSTS NO MORE Phone 272] .,,,**;&» 310 W«ft Main Street Young ideas? Maybe he doesn't need them, but he's sure to find them in the virile colorings and suave perfection of Ciese handsome ties. So for Hie best-dressed Dad you've ever had... and for the happiest, most delighlec!, too... be sure to give him 4Fold Palm Beach Ties. ^ RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark: B*x office opens at 7:90; riclon starts at 7:15. f. * NONE StNUiNE WITHOUT THIS IAIEL Joe Isaacs, inc. Telephone 3331 Blytheville, Ark. Last Time Today "WHISTLE STOP" wilh George Kafl, Ava Gardiner, Victor Mcl.aglpn and Torn Conwjy ALSO NF.WS AND SHORT Friday "BLITHE SPIRIT" (In Blushing Technicolor) with Rex Harrison, Constance Cnmmiugs, Kny Hammoml

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