The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 13, 1946 · Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1946 Dodgers Deliver On Anniversary "Dem Bums" Chalk Up Moat Victory Over St. Louis Team. BY CARL LITNIXJIJIST VnH«S Press Siwrls Writer NEW YORK, June 13. (UP) — T»ie folk back licmie In Brooklyn itist knew that "dem wonderful bums" nouldn't let them down on the Borough's 300lh birthday nnd !he Dodgers came through In typical fashion, an hour after the party was over, with a daffy, 10 to 7 Tin at St. Louis. U was. lone past midnight when the word came that the Dodgers hint put over four runs in (he ninth Inning to clinch the victory nun !?[> two foil Biiincs ahead of tlic Cardinals. Fans from Cannrsle to Flatbush and .from the Qowanus Canal lo Coney Island went to bed huppy after that. Tiie Dodgers In winning the thrte-aml-ft-half hour marathon gained their first decision over the Cardinals this .season after four straight losses. The game started us a pitching bailie between Dodder Rex Barney, who had a one- hitter going Into the seventh and Howie Pollet, the Cardinal south- Paw. In the seventh Brooklyn scores three runs to break a i-all lie but the Cards came right back with five in their half, knocking out not; only Barney but Vic Lombard!. Pete Reiser drove In three runs with a triple and single and stole home for the fifth time this season to count another. In the ninth, with two out, Gene Hermanskl singled home a "run to tie the score at seven-nil. Cookie Lavagetto got » plnch-hlt triple, a single by Pec Wee Reese, and a double by Ed Stevens rounded out the four-run rally. KIrby HIgbe. who pitched only the elghlh gained the victory, his filth without a defeat. Hurry Dlckson, victim of the ninth liming uprising, was the loser. Reds Defeat Giants The Reds won their fourth straight game tit Cincinnati, beating the Giants, 3 to 2, Pour Glnnt errors enabled the Reds to win on four hits, one of which was a homer by Daln Clay. Buddy Blaltner.hlt it Giant homer. The Red Sox finally lost a game, but It took Bobby Feller to do the Job as the Cleveland Indians turned In a 7 to 2 triumph to end a I2-gam c Boston winning streak. It also was the first defeat suffered at Fenway park this year to a western club after 19 Boston victories and a tie over Cleveland. Chicago, Detroit and St. Louis. Feller, gaining revenge for the only time that, he had been knocked pin of the box this year, held Boston to nine hits and struck out 10 to Checks Weight bring his whiff the season. total lo 136 for Ted Williams tagged Feller for three Mi's including a homer, his 14th. which tied him for the major league lead with Hank Oreenberg The Pat Indians utilized Secrey and Ken homers Keltncr Scorekeepers Exhausted After Lookout-Vol Nightcap Slugfest BY BURNS BKNNKTT Xlnlltd Press Sports Writer ATLANTA, Ga., June 13. (UP) — The Southern Association record- keepers v.'ere busy today making some adjustments In the little red book after Chattanooga Ing runs In Nashville. After the Lookouts and the Nashville Vols lied a 20-year-old record for scor- a game last night at Vols had taken the first game 0 to 4, Hie two teams put on one of the wildest cx'ilbl- ions pf 'hitting and run scoring ever witnessed by fans at a pro- esslonal baseball game with the -ookouls finally winning out 24 to The 41 runs tied the nil-lime scor- ng record" set by New Orleans nnd Birmingham on Aug. 28. 192U, when the Pels beat the Barons lift o IB. Chattanooga Rot 27 hits In he game and the Vols 21 for a. otal of 48, Just two short of the all-time high for hits set by Little "*ock and Memphis on August 25. :943, when Little Rock got, 32 nn:l Memphis 18. The 48 hits rale as he second highest number ever 'ccortlcd. The Vols used six pitchers In the game, Including .second-base- nan Jim Shilling, with southpaw 3ulch McCiill beitif! charged with the loss. The Lookouts used three nirlers with th c second one. Lou Bcvll, receiving credit Tor the win. Lcnnart Strand, Sweden's top amateur milcr, checks his .veiglit at 133 pounds in New kfork A, C. gymnasium after workout in Central Park. He's 3n \vay to Cornpton Junior College Relays in California, Yesterday's Results SOUTHERN LEAGUE Atlanta 4, Birmingham 1. Nashville G-17, Chattanooga 4.2<i. Only games scheduled. NATIONAI, LEAGUE Cincinnati 3, New York 2. Brooklyn 10, St. Louis 7. Philadelphia at Chicago, doubleheader, rain. Boston nt Pittsburgh, rain. AMERICAN LEAGUE Cleveland 7, Boston 2. St. Louis 1, Washington 0. Detroit 6, New York 5. Chicago at Philadelphia, rain. by Pranklc Crosetti's wild throw in an attempt to complete a double Play gave Detroit an unearned eighth Inning run and thc victory Pat Mullln's two-run homer tied the score at 3-all In the thirc after th D Yankees had taken an eariy lead ofr Dizzy Trout. Jack Kramer »on a 10-Inning to 0 duel for the Browns at Washington over Bobo Newsora when Joe Grace hit a triple and scored Henry Hclf, with the only run. | Catcher Ted Pawelek's home run vith Die sucks empty In the last of the ninth accounted for the 41st run of tlic game. Joe string- fellow of the Vols and Ray Goolsby of thc Lookouts also homered during the orgy, both blows cominu. with two men on base. Lee Anthony of the Vols bested Hal Toenes of thc Lookouts In thc seven-Inning opener as lllllis Lay.ie drove In all four Chattanooga runs with a pair of homers, his fif'.li and sixth of th c season. Layne now Is tle<| with Habc Ellis of Atlanta for the league lead In homers. In Die only other southern Association game played, the Atlanta Crackers stretched their lead t'> six full games over the Vols and Lookouts by whipping the Birmingham Harons 4 to 1. Shelby Klnney pitched five-hit ball for the Crackers t<> record his seventh win of the year while John Mekcti and Pete Blumetle held Allanta to six lilts, One or the Allanta hits, however, was a homer by Charlie Glock In the seventh with one man on which sewed up the game for thc Crackers. Mekcti W:LS charged with tlic loss. The same teams meet again tonight in single games while Littl Rock opens » scries in Memphis with a doubleheader and New Orleans plays host to Mobile In a single game. - f Baseball Standings SOUTHERN LEAGUE W. U Atlanta 40 21 Nashville 30 23 Chattanooga 34 27 Memphis 29 29 New Orleans 28 39 Little Rock 24 31 Mobile 24 32 Birmingham 21 37 NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Brooklyn 31 19 .St. Louis 29 21 Chicago 25 21 Cincinnati 24 21 lioston 22 26 Pittsburish . 21 25 New York ..... 21 30 I'lillndelphiii 18 28 AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Boston 41 10 New York 33 22 WnsliliiRton 28 23 Detroit 28 24 St. Louis 22 29 Cleveland 22 31 Chicago 18 30 Philadelphia 14 37 Pet. .u5« .566 .557 .500 .483 .438 .429 .362 Pet. .020 .580 .543 .45B .457 .412 .391 Pet. .804 .IJOO 561 .538 .431 .415 .375 .275 New Theater Manila's Finest Shows F.VKRY NIGHT Matinn Saturday * S«n*»jr Box Opens Week Days 7:M p.m. Bat-Sun. 1 p.m. ConL Two'Y'Softball Games Tonight In Walker Park The sallba Wholesale boys will piny the Hays' Store terun in thc opening gnnie of a double bill in Walker Park tonight in the 'Y 1 - s]>onsore<l Softball league, and the O. K. Cub outfit will meet the Phillips Motor Company plilllU-s In the second game. Thc first Bailie Is scheduled to start promptly nt 8 o'clock. Charles Crowe or Wclil'i will pilch, nnd Hugh Hays will be bc- liind the plutc for the Hays team'. Iintlcrie.s for tlic Snllua aggregation were not announced. Tn thc second game between the Phillies and the O. K. Cab outfit, Manager Monroe Besharse will have Bobby Wiilden on thc mound nnc! Joe McCilurc behind thc plate for the Phillies and Manager LOKi'onnc Whittle lias picked Calvin McNntr to start on tile mound nnd ErwiEi Jones to catch. 172, but was given little consttlera- lon. They say he's through—that he too old now to withstand thc challenges of such artists as Be" Hogan, Byron Nelson, Sammy Sncac! and a number of the lesser lights' among the 13C professionals and 36 amateurs, who are seeking che championship. Hogan was a favorite, backed down to 3 to 1 because of his seven victories In the 19 tournaments of 1946. Nelson, champion In 1939 and Americas leading golfer during Die war years, was another popular choice but behind them was a. great void. take an early 3 to 0 lead and wer netcr headeiJ,.;.' • _"^ • , Ttis;. Yankce$;'failed- to . take-Intf-? yanta|jc;.'of.. Boston's loss, drop^uiK- Ne*' York- J*Hfi4rr.ilUht;lc*S-'ln' six; garries; yhicli 'V.c\A them 10 ffili/garne's ?l>?hirld the Rcdj. Sox. Newsom, In losing, 'struck out 10 wood. Golfers Prepare to Battle For U. S. Open Honors . CLEVELAND, June 13. (UP) — They're off today in the first round of golfdom's big 72-hole "pitch, putt', Riul a prayer" carnival at Canterbury Country club lu which It Is expected to be a wild scramble to take the U. S. open title from 45-year-old champion Craig Read Courier ijewv Want Ads Giants Purchase Three Stars From Atlanta Crackers ATLANTA, Ga., June 13. (UP)-The Atlanta crackers were richer .oday by somewheres between »75,000 and $100,000 after peddl!ii« three of their stars, pitchers Bill Ayers and Ea'rl McGowan and out- llelder Lloyd Gearhart, to Die New York Giants for an undisclosed amount of cash and three players to be delivered for next season. The deal was one of the bisqest, In the history of the {Southern Association and while President E$rl Mann of tlic Crack?is would not confirm or deny It, it was fissured that the t.hre-; stars brought in the neigh bo mood of $50.(rOU in cash and that the thicc "satisfac- tory" player/ to be delivered to the Crackers will be worth upwards of $25,000. The deal was satisfactory In every respect for the Atlanta club. The Crackers, leading thc league by some five and a half games, get to keep the trio until the enJ of the current season and the deal specified that the three players to be delivered to ihe Crackers next Winter must be "Fallsi'actory." Ayers, a 28-year-old righthander, and McGowan, » 24-year-old southpaw, are tied for the Southern Association pitching lead with 10 wins and three defeats apiece and both re big and fast. Today's Games SOUTHEBN LEAGUB Little Rock at Memphis (nlgh^ doubleheader). Birmingham at Atlanta, night. ,. Chattanooga, at Nashville, night{ Mobile at New Orleans, night J NATIONAL LEAGUB Boston at Pittsburgh. Only game. AMERICAN LEAGUE Open date. State flower of Arkansas Is th< apple blossom. RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. B» *(Hc« tptas at 7:0*; Plcton ctarte at 7:15. CHICK THEATRE 'Where Happiness Cost* So Little" Week Pays: Starts at 1:30 p. m. Comfortably tool" Last Time Today PKC PICTURE 'Romance of the West' IN TECHNICOLOR with Eddie Dean and Joan Barton "That Texas Jamboree" with Ken Curtis and Andy Olvde , Last Time Today ; 'The Adventure of Pinocchio" Walt Disney's Creation in Technicolor. ' Paramount News and Selected Short Friday and Saturday "Last of the Warrens" an Action Hit also Disney cartoon, "Pluto's Ki Brother" Serial: "Haunted Harbor" . I>ast Time Today UOUBLK FKATUBK 'MADAME CURIE' with Walter Pidgeon and Margaret O'Brien 'HI BEAUTIFUL' with Noah Beery Jr. and Martini O'Driscoll Also Short Friday and Saturday DOUBLE FEATURE "Trigger Trail" with pod Cameron and Fuzzy Knigh "Kansas City Kitty" with Bob Crosby and Joan Davi Serial: "Raiders of Ghost City" No 10, also cartoon. Open 7; Starts 7:30 p.ra AIR CONDITIONED Last Time Today 'Ministry of Fear' with Kay Milland, Marjory Reynolds. News of the Day Also Shorts Friday and Saturday 'Dead or Alive' ; with Tex Rllttr and Dave O'Brij Serial: "Junjle Raiders" Also Shorts Chicago nt Philadelphia In the .American an<l Philadelphia attChl- 'cago and Boston at Pittsburgh hi ,the National were posltelptt. ; t' Arkansas! \\As\M c Wood, who held thc title by do- ault 1 through thc years of the war ftef^ winning It at Port Worth. „„„„,„ Tex(, lrt;J941; was'lit'.th^. field Vof, Doited W^* -•.'.'.'.•fl'^.^fev.Vr-SfeVji-X''-. i r^~ 250D. . !H>pi i! hasjsa cities "Win; townsj ulations of more thaij EVANS GROCERY MARKET Successor to Speck & Sons Phone 2597 211 South First Street Red—Gallon VINEGAR 27c Pet or Carnation MILKIg. cqn . 10c Kin K Wheat FLOUR 10 Ibs. 61 c Medium Weight BROOMS 98c 3 Cans BABY FOOD 20c Pints—Per I)oz. FRUIT JARS 63c 2-Piccc—I)<r/.cn JAR CAPS 25c Hi-Ho—l Pound CRACKERS 23c Ilcinz STEAK SAUCE 23c SoH-As-Silk—Pkg. CAKE FLOUR 30e ADVANCE NOTICE-SATURDAY JunelS The Curtain Rises On Our Delayed Formal GRAND OPENING A New Modern Drug Store To Help Supply the Growing Demands of This Busy Tracing Area . . . < lor Friday! Just Received Approximately 20 Dozen Ladies Tailored Crepe Slips On Sale Saturday ' While Thcv Last Ladies Rayon Panties 39e KLEENEX TISSUES Small Box. Each 13c TOMATO JUICE Jack Sprat OC C •16 Of.. Can fcO TENDER LEAF TEA 8 Oz. Pkg. 49' JOHSSOH'S GLO-COAT ,„ „. 1 - 5 » Quart Can PUREX Wright's Silver Cream POLISH 21c WOMEN'S BLOUSES Fruit of thc Loom Quality $2.70 Crowdcrs— Pound FIELD PEAS ... 17c Fancy Pink—Pound TOMATOES . . 19c T-Bone—Pound STEAKS . . . 43c Red—Pound POTATOES 4c White—Pound POTATOES . . 61/2C Ripe—Pound CUCUMBERS 8c Fresh—Pound CAULIFLOWER 15c Rib—Pound BEEF ROAST 33c SMOKED SAUSAGE Men's Speed Shirts 37c Men's Speed Shorts 45c Men's "T" Shirts 49c This Merchandise On Sale 9 o'Clock Friday Morning Use Ward's Convenient T/ME PAYMENT PLAN MONTGOMERY WARD ---.- -''- ?- ,of the tallowing National- y Known Lines . . . lelcna Rubinstein Cosmetics Pone Cosmetics ifardlcys Cosmetics Joty Cosmetics Svening -In Paris Cosmetics tlax Factor Cosmetics Rcvlon Nail Polish hen Yu Nail Polish Shulton's Old Spice L'Orle Mei|'s Tiiletries SMOKERS SUPPLIES . \..: • • i: The largest stock f Cigars, Cigrarettes, Pipes and Tobaccos in this section. . Fountain Pens . . . Shacffers, Parkers, Eversharp, Reynolds "400" All Popular Magazines and Best Sellers in Books Renlal Library Zenith Hearing Aids, Batteries and Accessiries Surgical Supplies Sick Room Needs Crutches, Trusses Stationery, Greeting Cards Nationally Known Candies Pangburn, Belle Camp and Jacobs Box Candies Dr. ScholVs Foot Remedies Nationally Known Patent Medicines SODA FOUNTAIN . . . all flavors in Ihc famous SEAL-TEST ICK CREAM Unlimited Supply Pint Pkgs, Light Lunches and Tasty Sandwiches iro'clrbnig Storlb (Pbrrrteriy'ferum^sj H 'is !; noV^epa|'erf tfr. .•iandlf"yolfr'""cveTy~driig~re(niiremen(. The business was purchased in teralions have no\vlltccn completed, making this one of the most modcrji, up-to-'date ilrug stores in this section. It will be formally opened on SATURDAY JUNE 15 \ '/'' and We Cordially Invite Your Inspection. '^/^ Special Favors for La'dy Visitors PERRY ROTHROCK who has been Identified with thc drug business in Dlythcvillo for the past 18 years, nnd an experienced pharmacist, Is co-owner nmi manager of this new store. He welcomes all his old friends In this new venture. NEW STOCKS have been added in every department. In soliciting your prescription and drug business we assure you the best nnd freshest pharmaceutical suppliss, compounded exactly as your doctor orders. ATTENTION FARMERS We have a complete Animal Care Department with full stock of (he best in Vaccines, Serums, Stock Dips, Foods, Remedies and Antiseptics. We cordially invite your patronage. ROTHROCK DRUG STORE Phone 151 (Formerly Borum's) 205 W. Main Blpthevilte Ark.

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