The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 12, 1946 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 12, 1946
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BLYTHEVILLE (AUK.) COURtfOR NEWS \VtfDNKSDAY, JUNK 12, 19<t6 Travelers Trim Little Rock Team Wins Series From in Southern Women Steal S/iow as City League Softball Season Opens BV BURNS BENNETT . United Press Sports Writer ATLANTA. On., June 12. (UPl — The L'lUle Rock Travelers enjoyed a well-earned day of lest today and were given a note of llmnki by tiio other six Southern Association, clubs after having stopped the Atlanta Crackers' victory march for the ! first time In a month and a half.- The • Travelers moved Into sixth place Ijsl night by whipping the Crackers 6 to 3 for their third straight win over the leaders and thereby, took the series three games to QUO to hand the Crackers Ihcii 1 first series loss after they had taken irstraiglit. And they did it in a liiost impressive fashion. Two .nights auo, southpaw Earl McGowan of the Crackers took the mound]" against the Travelers in quest of his llth win of the year but wound up with his third loss. Last iitght righthander Bill Ayers fought" his ilth win -as he toed the slab against. Little Rock tiiicl he, too. wound up with his third loss o.r~th ft year. ' Al Hazel went the route for Little Rock last night and ovhllc he gave up 11 lints as did Ayers, he was stingier. In the pinches. Outfields Butch iNieinan of the Travelers end Lloyd Gearbnrt of the Crackers each homered during the name with both blows coming witli a man on base. At Nashville, the Vols lost a chance" to pick up Rome more Ground as they suffered their worst uefeaU of the year to the Ne'.v Orleans Pelicans who hammered out is.-'hits for an IB to 2 wm. Southpaw Billy Rogers, a Nnsn- vlll'o boy, went the route for Hie Pelicans while the Vols used three hurlers' with Ed Hauyzewski getting the loss. At Chattanooga, the Lookouts movcd;~into °- virtual second-place tie witti the Vols. five and a halt games back of the Crackers, by edging the Mobile Bears 5 to 4 Luis Alonia wasn't around at. lh- finish ^but received credit for his ninth -win of the .year. Outfielder David "PltLss homered for the Bears • with the sacks empty. At Birmingham, the Barons and the Memphis Chicks slugged it out in tone Of the wildest games of the year with [he Barons winning 21 to 10. The Barons got 21 hits and the Chicks nine, one of them a homer by Mel Hicks with two men on. Each side used three pitchers with Vernon Stone getting the win and Ray Pattou -suffering the defeat. Only. ,, four....Southern ;. Associnlion teams will sec action tonight. Chal- lanooga'.'and Nashville open th^ir £eccnd~place battle with a dmible- hcader- at Nashville while the Barons m'Ovc into Atlanta for a single game. -¥he olher clubs will b£ idle. Opening of the Blytlicvlllc Y's Softball season In Walker Park under the bright lights last night found wives of city officials In action as a preliminary to the twin bill In which the I/)y Elch Hustlers walloped (he Montgomery Wnrii Cracker-Jacks 18 lo a, ana the Owens' Drug Cowboys trounced the Ark-Mo Power Company's Reddv Kilowatts lo the tune of 15 to 6." In tl^ preliminaries, Mrs. E. R. Jr.ckson, wife of the mayor, was the first 1 al bat and she struck out with 'Mrs. Frank Whitworlh, wife'of tlxi, city clerk, .In the role of pitcher. Mrs. E. B. Woodson, wife of the Third Ward alderman, was wearing the catcher's mask. Mrs. Jess M. White, wife of the First Ward alderman, wi;s next at bat and she clouted a fly over Mrs. J. I,. Nabcrs. who was play-'Inning, ing at third. Her husband is al- Ted derma n in the Second Ward. Mrs, hurled Rii|>crt Crafton was In the pitcher's lx>x at the time. She is Ihe wife of the other Third Alderman. Mrs. White's hit ended the preliminaries for Ihe opening of the Softball season. Before the (;r,me started the women players were furnished with the refutation reci caps by.J. 1'. Friend, president ol the U-ague. Council Session l)el:iyoil City officials delayed a Kehrdnl-' ed session of the city round! t'o iwiinit officials to attend the i; prcmllinarlc.s. , . In. the first name, between the Hustlers and Ihe Cracker-Jacks. I the Hustlers collected II runs in I the first inning and went on to get 7 more during the remainder of the game. The Cracker-Jacks Bol their two runs in the fifth inning. A. Ci. Mosley, (he winning pitcher, pitched a four-hitler and the losing pitcher. Wendell Katun, allowed 1C hits. .IJnii G'aldwell and Bunch, bolh of (ho Kich team were leaillni> htltcrs. Caidwell got Ihrro hits in ns many tries and Bunch was up once and got u hit, C'owboys Trnum'o . Ark-Mn In Ihe second game the Cowboys won their game by II seven'h inning rally when (lie Roddy Kilo- walls blew a fuse, The (ion-boys got 11 of their 15 runs In thai Fisher ami Sonny Uoycl llit'lr leai]) to victory ;iwl Bill IIr:wkiiis and Whittle woiv the losers. Although tho winners Just pot six hits whllo Ark-Mn nu-ki-d m> B, the errors nncl wJilks by tlif Kilowatts, cost them Ihe gmiip. Cinnic.s will br> plnyed on til? snmi! field loinon-inv nisilit nl. H o'clock when Ilic l-'ri-d an 111), Wholesale boys pl;ty Mays' Stort: find I lie O. K. Cnl) o'lilfit will meet Ihe I'hillip.s Molor lenin. T.eo Stevni.s was umpire imd C O. Heilman u-as st-orer [or last I night's [;nmo<;. High Blood Pressure May Hahdicap Champion POMPTON LAKES, N. J., JUllC 12. (TJP)—Joe Louis, who Is scheduled to dejend .his. heavyweight title against Billy Conn a week >from lonK'ht, says he Is nt Ihe "peak" of condllion: but Dr. Vincent Nardlello describes him ns a fighter who would tiro "more quickly than expected." Doctor Nardiellii speaks with authority. He is an examining physician for the New York boxing commission. During the past 14 years he has examined thousands of boxers for he commission. He gave the champion a thorough' examination before and after Joe's six rounds of sparring with four nates yesterday. He reported that Joe's blood pressure "went too high" for the amount of exercise taken in the workout. He could remember previous principal In a heavyweight title bout showing such an unusual increase in pressure. Before military orders increased production, an averi.gc of 1I5.00D trucks '."valued at $44T-.000,000 were sold each year from 1935 to 1933. SKIN SUCCESS SOAP and OINTMENT IF IT'S Baseball Standings SOUTHERN LEAGUE W. L. Pet Allnuta 39 21 .051 NnshvillC SO 22 ,5K Cliutlnnooga M 2G .SSJ Memphis 20 M . .501 New drleans ........'. 28 30-..•18; Little, fiock 24 31 .431 Mobile 2-1 32 .42! Birmingham 21 3C .30: NATIONAL MCAttUK Brooklyn 30 St. Louis 20 Chlcnfjo . ' 25 . AMERICAN LEAC.TJE W. L Boston 41 I New York 33 21 Wasliinylon 28 2: Detroit 27 2- St. Louis 21 2! Clevclinul 21 3 ChiciiBo 18 31 Philadelphia IS 3' Shorts Shots To Show Form Manager Making Good on Promise When Season Opened ll'V CAIll, I,UNIK)UIST TJnHnl I'ri'ss Sports Wriler NKW YORK. June la. (UI'I—| nnnKOi- Hen clmpiiiun '.any liavc forgotten nljonl u In Ihc recent,' nning rush of his firebrand Phils, l lie li:is n July 4 press C(in r rr- ce coming up ;mil it-looked to- duy an if he woxilcl huvi: ynod IIC'.VK (o lmp;uL The Phillies, rlulil now the linl- ttsl teiini In thu National T,e:i(!iie with 10 victories In their lust M starts jnul with seven wins out <>! 11 in a Intii; road trip with the tourjh wi'slcrn clubs, mny I'll; u very definite Inetor in the liyluenin!; National I.e.igne nice hy then. Thftt may have been ' Chapman was thinking about on oppn- [115; day at the I'olo Orojud:; when he was .suiTinmclC'il by wed wishers who took, acivantnici 1 of that- rave occasion when the Phils wer 1 ^ on c'Cliial KiotliiK with other flubs to extend their ble:;:--li>B:i. ''Let's uait initi! July •! IxiToiT we talk about lioiv we're Kolng In tin in Liu. 1 i-ace," lu- said, nu<U;in|f l,Ue knob rm his baseball e:i]>, ruii/xi- cally and perhaps knowingly. "Then, maybe I'll have something to sny." The Phils went into their usual eclipse at the start, winning elt(ht u! their first :u (fumes. Then !hc team beKan to hit, ])iti'hers actually Jtnrlcct: finished and won frames, the (ieltlhiR was sharp antl there u is n hustling spirit. Yesterday, they climaxed llieli drive by beating-the Cubs at Clil- c.iifo, 4 to 1 to make it Uvo in row over a team that had just won seven straight. Cards Trim Dodfrtrs The Cardinals reduced Brooklyn's first place nmruin to a name al St. Louis 'by"coining from behhn | to win a nlehl Eame. 0 to 3. The Dodgers look a :i to 0 lend homers by Etl Stevens and Pea Reiser, 1 but blew it when (he Card matte Tour runs in the fifth. Johnny Vniulcrinecv observer the eighth anniversary of. the fir.»i of his i.wo successive no-hit game: at Cincinnati by beating the Giants, 3 lo 2. Ik 1 had a shutout until two wi'i'e out in the ninth and liio Giants scored twice on Mickey Wilck't double which Al Libke ml.i- Jud;;i'J. Hunk catnolli's throe-run trlpl.? Bave tbe I'iralcs the margin for a ft to :< victory over I he Brave.j at Plll.sliurijli. Tnielt (Rip) Ecwell, Ithonrh torn-hod for 11 hits, won Jits fourth i;:«nc. 'I1>c> Reil Sox put on n homer fcm-riiK"' by Ted Williams, Rudy Yolk mid Pinky Hlggins which eel up ID lo 5 vlulory over the Indians noston. their 1 12th In a row. •lief pitcher Hob Klingcr pitched ve iiciircloss Innings to uaiu his vleiory. siiKKsr Hill Dickey shook up Yankees lineup to no avail uiivl ic '1 ifiors 'batted out an B to 3 INSURANCE nu 2311 I For Complete Protection • ACCIDENT & HEALTH HOSPITAL1ZATION • FIRE • AUTOMOBILE • LIABILITY • BURGLARY • PLATE GLASS «TORNADO • SURETY BONDS • AVIATION FIRST NATIONAL INSURANCE AGENCY 108 N. 2nd CHAS. Hll'iKER Today's Games SOUTHERN LEAGUE Chattanooga at Nashville. Dlrniinghnm nt Atlantn. Only games. AMERICAN LEAGUE Detroit at New York, night. Cleveland at Boston. Chicago at Philadelphia. St. Louis at Washington, night. NATIONAL LEAGUE New York at Cincinnati. Boston at Pittsburgh- Phlaladelphia at Chicago (21. Brooklyn at St. Louis, nU;ht. Read Courier Newa Want Ads. Vic Ghczzi in shows wh:it some profcssion- nls mi^ht wear should U. St. Open be played in exceptionally u-arin wonlhor over Cleveland's Canterbury. June 13-15-—-shorts \\-ilh briuhll" ' wkircd socks. Yesterday's Results SOUTHERN LEAGUE r-iltl e Rock 0. Atlanta 3. Ne\v Orleans 18, Nashville 2. Chattanooga 5, Mobile •!. Birmiiii;l);n7i 21. jUemphls 1 NATIONAL LEAGUE Philadelphia 4. ChieaRo I. Ne-.v York 3, Cincinnati 2. fit. umis 0. Brooklyn 3. ritusljiirrih 5, Hestnn 3. AMERICAN LEAGUE I!:iM.m 10. Cleveland 5. Detroit R. New YOrk 3. Cbicitf;o 1, Philadephia 0. St. Louis 0. Washington 2. Visit Our New Recording Studio! We have installed the Very latest Equipment for Recording Voices, T and Orchestra Music and Messages. We also Rent Sound Rqaipmtfet for Indoor a«d -Outdoor Events. BLYTHEVlLLE RADIO SUPPLY Only 112So. 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When you see what wide variely we carry of everything you need, you'll know why we're called victory as Hnl Ncwliouscr struck out nine to gain his lOtn victory at New York. Tile defeat, c1>-ol>;ied New York 10 games behind the lied Sox. Hank Grcenbcr,; hit his Mth homer to take the majof lea- BUC lead while nick Wiikeficld hit a (luce-run homer in the ninth. The Bro'A-ns won their foiii'iU straight (jame from (hu Senator, C to 2 at Washington. Walt Judnich with it homer and a two- nin double ,sci. tho 15-hit batting pace ns Newman (Tex) Shirley gained hLs fourth victory. Hd smith, backed up by -i [jrst innjuK triple play, went on to out- pitch niiss Christopher in a 1 to 0 rluel as the While Sox Umpotl '.the A's at Philadelpliia. Smith gave up six hits. Luke Appilng's double, n long fly and Whitcy Plait's slnKle pi-cjduced the lone run. 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