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FACT SIX BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NFJWS MONDAY, JUNK 10, IMG Promised Land Defeats Lost Cane Rittmbcrry Pitches • For Winning Team; Mates Collect 10 Hits ; The Promised land Independent BiMebail team defeated LOM. Cane Sunday afternoon In • a fast and hard-fought contest by an 8 to 6 nArgfo on their home diamond. ..Lost Cane scored first in the second Inning when Adkins doubled, and scored when Baker dropped a drive from ttiejokt of centcrfielder TTiomas. 'j '.••, i \ . -.. Promised Latid came back i" their half of the second with three hits »nd two runs te gain a one- run lead that they widened to five In tlie third Inning with live hits and four runs. ' Infields of both teams showed fast and accurate play with only three errors charged to each. All of Promised Land's boulilcs were cosily, with each allowing a score. Two came in a crucial ninth inning when Lost Cane crowded Iwo scores across the plate on one hit. Only fwo of Lost cane's mlscuc.i were critical. Herman Rillenbeny, Promised Land right-hander, 1111113 up his second victory in ns many sUu'ts, although lie needed relict help from Gfiif Beard in the seventh. Promised Land sluggers pounded two Lost Oiinc pitchers for lli Jills arid showcC good form in biinclvng their hits ir. the pinches. I.nsl Cimt? connected for seven sUc'tes but thry were scattered, with nine Tl!c Rpct sox r(ul thc |,. cmTe nt mev. ;°:t on bases. Promised Land winning streak to 10 piuncs ycs'.er- hfld o'l'.v fix players left str.imled. clay with n 7 to I and 11 .o 0 vjc- ; Jllltln;; honors OH the Pro'.n'.scd 1 toiies over Detroit, giving them Land lea m went lo Jack i«u-los, i., s i r i n g O f 1C wins nnd no losses *lir. DM'.ff.red only twice but ma:lc| nl nolnc injalnst wes'eni to-ims this both trips ccimt with two wifvtics and ccoied twice himself. Jack VMS forced to retire in the third however, when he, sprained Im iinkle Red Sox From Boston Poised To Smash An Old, Old Record BV CARI. LUN11QIJIST United Press Sports Writer NEW YOHK, June 10. <U1>) — that they need only to break even season nearly a third completed, faced the "reassuring fact today that they need only to break even in their remaining games lo (Inlsh with n higher percentage than i,he American League flag winners of the last two years. But bat happy Bostontans In winning 30 games and losing nine liave compiled the amir/lng percentage of .813 to tnkc an eight-game lead over the second place Yankees. Should they,siiddcr(lyy collapse, nnd not even their rno.st pessimistic backers thinks they will. Ihey could break even i:i their remaining 100 contests and finish with a murk of .597, considerably better tVinn the .515 winning figure of the 1!I45 champion Tigers, or the .578 mark of the 1941 Uro.wiis. On Hie other hand. Ihey have an excellent chance to set a new modern major leagiic murk since their current .813 figure Is exactly 50 points better than (he .70:1 figure with which the lOWi Chicago Cubs set a pace that no club has equalled since. The dizzy tempo of the Red Sox becomes even more Impressive when compa/cd with the current National League race. The [toilers, lending the senior circuit by Ihrco games with a respectable mark of .638 lire only » half game farther away from the sixth place Pirules. eight ami a half games back, than the lied Sox arc from the sco-j place Yankees. hits in eight innings before weakening. The cards got two more nils in the ninth off Anton Kail. The Pirates, getting good pltch- ng for a change, topped the ClnnU 2 to 1 and 5 lo 1 at Pittsburgh. Fritz Ostermuellci shaded Bob Ken- icdy in the opening duel and Jolm- ly LtuiiiliiK came on In the second when Ken llcliit/.clinnn was lit In the face with a line drive, pitching six-hit shutout ball the •est of the way to gain the victory. Pitcher Johnny Sain hud a big :lay all around, holding the Reds .o seven hits and driving ill five •uns with a triple and three slii- :lcs as the Braves beat Hie Reds at Cincinnati, 14 to 3, Kweli lllack- well took the sting off that dclcut jy pitching his second straight shutout, winning 1 to 0 In a tine duel with Art Johusim. Wuckwol icnnittcd four hits nnd JolniMm ;avc up but five. Orady Halton got I first game Red homer. Independents Defeat Keiser In Game Here rtight-hander Frank Ellis hurled the Hlyllicville Tiger Independent baseball team lo n 10 to 5 victory over Kclser at Walker • Park yes- leiday. Ellis pitched a two-hit no-run same until the start of the sixth Inning when manager Monroe Ue- sharse relieved him by sending in while itiu"(iinc third base. : Dyer, lost Cane left fielder, wielded the big bat for ills team with two safeties out ut four appearances. , • Promised -Land next Sunday will meet Huffman on tlie Promised tiKrid diamond. The lioir.e boys will be gunning for an upset over the team that has once tills season sent them down iu rlMon*.. '_[_ Box Score: , .Promised • Lund AB R H Po. A Billy Baker, 2b-ss 51124 Bill Beard, c 5 0 1 10 0 ftiidlcy Hardy, Ib 3 1 1 10 1 Johnny Duclos, 3b 41122 Bobby Mullen, cf 4 0 0 0 0 Jack Duclos, ss 22220 ClarencV Moore, 2b 2 0 0 1 2 Leon Ashby, if 40010 Pcne Beard, If-p 4221 1 Hi Hittenberry, yi 3120 1 James McGaughey, it 1 o B o 0 ~;. '.Totals -Lost Cane J; D. Adkisson, ss Bard, 2b Ijrwls, ,3b ' Duggar, Ib Adkins, rf Dyer, H Thomas, cf Williams, c Doyle, p Thomns, p 37 8 10 29 10 AB tl H To. A 1 1 2 1 1 0 0 12 1 0 2 1 0 3 0 8 0 0 0 0 •^ t ' *. W^ ,J Baseball Standings ret. .072 .571 .551 .'MO .482 .426 .415 .3G4 By United 1'rcss SOUTHERN LEAGUE • W. L. Atlanta 39 19 Nashville 28 21 Chattanooga .- 32 Memphis 28 New Orleans 27 Mobile 23 Little Rock 22 Birmingham 20 : , AMERICAN LEAGUE ,- ' W. L. Pet. Boston 39 n .813 Mew York 33 19 .(J35 .Washington 28 20 Detroit 25 Cleveland .. 21 St. Louis ID Chicago 10 Philadelphia 14 . . NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pet. Brooklyn 30 n .036 S»::Lou'is 27 20 .574 Chicago 25 10 .568 Cincinnati 21 Boston 21 Pittsburgh .' 20 New York 21 PWladelphla 16 24 29 29 30 35 .583 .510 .420 .30G .318 .286 year. Lefty Mickey Harris won his ninth game against one loss In the opener, while Daw; (Boo) Fer- rlss got enough bal tint; support (o offset a mediocre momul performance in gaining his 10th triumph without a loss in the afterpiece. Te<| Williams homered in each [aiiie to bring his total for tlie year to 12. George Mclkovieh iincl Doni DiMnggio also got Boston hoin- er.s while Il»nk Grecnbcrg. hit his 1211) and Dick Wakeflchi his third for Detroit, both off Fcrriss. Charley Keller's 13th hn>"cr came with two on in the ninth and gave the Yankees a 7 to 4 second gur.ic victory with dramatic suddenness after Cleveland took the opener, 0 lo 5 on shaky New York pllchlnj. Aaron Robinson got a first game Yankee homer. Spud cliancllcr, un- cady at times, managed to win Is ninth game against two losses the nightcap. Chicago, ended a nine-game los- g streak at Washington, winning to 1 alter the Senators took the pcner, 1 to i. Mickey Haeimr itched n five-hitter for tlic Nais, ut Ed Lopat topped that with a our-hlt Job for the White Sox. 'he only run he yielded was a icmcr lo Buddy Lewis. Leo Wells lomered for Chicago. Both were nslde-thc-park blows. The Browns and A's split at Plill- ulelplila. St. IjOUls took the opcti- r, 6 to 2 when Vern Stephens led i'H hit attack with a homer ami triple as Denny Galchoiise pitch ert scion hit bill Phil Marehlldon s i' g^« t,h c A.s'thc nW^ cip 8 to 4('Johnny Bcrardmosi liomcV being the rno^t daltiat,lng b'ow oft hii pttchtnE A 9 took tufftirtocj ytfe«_|4tars lo one. Tlic Dodgers dropped their third straight game at Chicago, 7 to 6 when Charley Gilbert came home in the 10th on Lcs Webber's wild pitch. It was Chicago's seventh straight victory. Tlie Cubs overcame an early 4 to 0 deficit to win. Tile Cards lost a chance to gain more Uian hull a game at St. Louis when they divided with the Phils, winning 0 lo 1, then loslni 3 lo 1. Three second inning homers by Del nice, Terry Moore, ami Stan Musial accounted tor five, runs and gave Murry Dickson an start for his second win. Although he bad been used n times In relief it was his first starting assignment. Lyn (Schoolboy) ROVVL edged southpaw Alpha Brnzle in tliv second game, giving up three husky J. L. Johnson who was retired after t«o innings. Jimmy Lutc.s pitched tlic elglilh but was the victim of a Hires run rally and was replaced by Johnson lu the ninth. The Kci.ser team never mr<de a serious threat until the eighth when they got three of their five runs. Albert I'elt.s, the. losing pitcher, was baited out of the box l.i the third inning and Lee Weldon pitched the rest of the game for Keiser. The Tigers racked up seven hits j had any cau while Kclsei 1 got only five. Errors j work. Southern League Leaders Wobble Wishful Thinkers See (?) Fast Atlanta Crackers 'Cracking' By WILLIAM TUCKER United Press Sport* Writer ATLANTA, Gil., June 10.—{rfuyte It's jnsl wishful thliiKIni; on tlic ]>nrt of seven itUo-running clute in the Southern Associutlon hut con It be thai the AUnnta Crncker.s aro beginning to crack under the strain of tliclr plicnomcmil winning i>aco? Tlic Little Rock Travelers, inobt improved leaiu In the circuit—although they cnn'l get far off the cellar floor—shot, the works to Die Atlanta entry Sunday and Manager KI-K1 Cuyler's league-leader;! proved vulnerable in n vital department— the pitching stuff. In the firs', game, Atlanta spurted off to n fat lead as isual, getlliiB seven runs l»for'j Little nock dentcil tlic platter. But when the Pesky Pebbles started Wf- Ing In the seventh Dcwey Adklnn me of Cuyler's reliables, couldn't stop them. Bill Aycrs, ace of the •stuff, hncl to conic In and do Uie fireman net to save a 7 to 5 victory fn the nightcap, Atlanta went nhead 4 to 2 and nynlu the Travelers erupted in the late limtugs Tlicy knocked out Emll Loclibnun mid lied the score, then won the bal game 8 to 4 wltli a rash of base knocks In the eighth against,'Pan Grain, scoring four times. The two games Sunday anrt Saturday's lus. to Memphis made three straigh games that Atlanta starters had failed to go the route. "'• The split with Little Rock dldn' Impair the Crackers' six and one half game league Icatl us the seconc place Nashville Vols got only at even break with New Orleans in \ pair of wild and wooly games ir Nashville's Sulphur Dell. Scoring si: times in the first three innings, th. Vols rucked on to a IT) to 5 rout ii the opener but the Pelicans out lasted them 8 to 7 in the nightcar A total of 14 hurlers saw action li the two games and none of then to be proud of hi .eg/on Junior Ball Club Wins Over Lepanto 'Hie HlythcvllLc Junior American (glou Baseball team defeated the (panto Independents 10 to 5 here estcrday. J. A. Lloyd was the winning itcher, Riving up seven scattered and walks by both teams accounted for tile extra runs. Ellis, the Kclser first baseman. held batting honors with a double find single In five trips to tlie plate. Joe Whitley was umpire. First Softball Games Tuesday In Walker Park Local Softball cnthuslnbls once again will have the opportunity to see their favorite sport tonun-ovw night when Montgomery ward lc»m will play Loy Eich Clievrolc: in the first game, and Fred Saliba Wholesale oulfit will meet Phillips' Mo- lor boys the second nt Walker Park. This" will bo tlie first City League softball learn in Blylhcville iu several years. Games will lie held every Tuesday and Thursday at Walker Park. Other teams comimsing..^!^ cighl cam league are: Arkaiisas-Mlssoiir *el Co., miys',stoic, Owens' Diut o iWd.o KJtjab Co ,1; 1 •.}' , | J SjI^eiWiwjis clecMct iiiMclen it trie League' and .Leo Steven locked umpire ,»t the ^j meeting.. - v\ k NATIONAL I.KAGUK Boston at Pittsburgh, lirooklyn at St. Louis. New York at Cincinnati. Philadelphia at Chicago. Jag Masters to Swap Holds in Tussle Tonight got ills and going the distance for lie locals. Although, the Juniors just ive hits ofl the visiting cam, the errors and walks mad c up he difference of the game. Jerry Euson replaced the losing lilcher, Wilson Hoffman, in the Winning of the 5th Inning, Ciecr. Lepanto's left fielder was he leading hitter with three i,\n- es out of four limes at bat. Uoyd struck out four Lepanlo jiittcrs while Hoffman struck out lircc In his four Innings and Ea[On retired two in his four. Nlek Shivlcy did a good job eil nanagiiiB the Juniors in the nb- scncc of Manager Bluckard. Tex Rlley and Oust Johnson are slated to swap holds with Hoy Welch suul Chlno Ming in u tag mutch which will headline Promoter Mike Mcroney's mat card tonight at the Legion Arena. In the preliminaries Welch will tangle with Uilcy and Mhi(; will lake on Johnson in two one-fall matches. The four mat stars promise plenty If action on tonight's program. Icilcy nnd Johnson make a good team since both are deadly on the konga- roo kick and are very fasi. Welch is a favorite of fight fans In this section, being powerful and skilful. On the other hand hi.s pail- ner, Ming, knows lots of Indus and Is really slick. Illley's reputation runs high with fans on the deadly effect of the use of Ills feet. The first match starls at 8:15 o'clock. A total of 34.238,000 calves were raised on farms of the United Stales during J045. The Memphis Chicks displace' New Orleans In fourth place by buf feting the Birmingham Haron twice, 5 to 4 and 2 lo 1. A four-rui splash in the seventh inning t>av the Chicks the opener while the pushed across single tallies in th bird Inning of the nightcap ivccu showers. The second s»ni iras called after five Innings due to 'ic soggy condition of the Birming- lam park. Mobile and Chattanooga split a inir of games In tlic Lookouts' ball- wick. Joe Powers pitched the visitors o an 8 to 0 victory in tlic opener, illowlng only seven hits and benefiting from home runs by Bruce Ert-, r.'tirds and Shotgun Shuba, each with a man on. Chattanooga rapped out a 10 to fl win in tlie nlghtcup ilthough Manager Bert Niehqffl liaradcd four pitchers to the moiitirtl 11 order to keep the Bears shackled. Tlie same pairings hold for tonight In single games. Liquid Dyamh been «:3 r f c . bc war conditions dealer will soon arc * LADY NEARLY CHOKED WHILE LYING IN BED- DUE TO STOMACH GAS One lady said a few days ago that she used to I*.afraid to go to bed at night. She was swollen with stomach gas, • which always got worse when she went to bed, and the gas would rise up in her throat after she lay down ami would nearly choke her. She couldn't lie flat. Had to prop herself up on jiillows. Recently this lady got INNER-AID and now says yas is gone, stomach feels fine, bowels are regular and she can go to bed and sleep soundly. 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