The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 14, 1946 · Page 5
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'•FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 194() Hays, O.K. Cab Soffballers Win Salibo Wholesalers And Phillips Phillies Go Down in Defeat A strong Hays' store nine ede»d out the Sulibn Wholesale learn 8 to 7, and the O. K. Cab bays <1»- fcau-d the Phillips Phillies to the tune or 20 to 16 under the ligh's of Walker Park last night in Ihe 'Y -sponsored softuall league. The first game wns n nip and tuck affair «llh both teams get- due seven hits, cut a seventh Inning rally staged by the Hays' team in which they pushed three runs across ihe plate won Ihe game Ward and Whittle were the los"K pitchers while Welch, H. Huys and Crowe were credited with the win. In the second game of the double -nl. the Cabic.s collected 22 hils while (lie Phillies were only able , to touch McNair nnd Holmes for : Bobby Walden started on the : mound for the Phillies but was relieved in Hip first inning by i mahider of ihe i:ame for Phillips. 1st (lame Alabaman Crowds Oldtimers In Go/Worn in Cleveland Event (ARK,) COURIER KEWS Ealibn whole-snip I'. Lecluelter, sa Gray, 2b R- Jacko, :ib A. Beviii, ir LiHlbetler. c . Godwin, ct I'. Chitman, rf n. Eiibanks. Ib Ward, p Whittle, |) AB R 4 1 4 0 2 0 1 3 U 0 1 0 u By IIAROI.U FOREMAN United Press Sports U'rllfr CLEVELAND, June 14.-- li wi\s his flrsl major tournament and Ills first as a professional bill the yoiniB fellow with the crew haircut hnil the first round lead of the coveted Na- Uonnl Open in his hip packet—before (he crowd caught on and ,m 10 him. Bui you'll be hearing « lot mure nlxmt Curtis leull me Scticl'lny) Homer of Montgomery. Ala., whtu he gets over the jitters. That's the name of.the bulky 31- year-old former Air Force sergeant, who joined the elite in the one-tin- dor-par 71 group, a mere two shots' baek ^of leaders Sum Sneud and Tony Penna, as they stinted the four-round grind for gold ami glory. He had a lot of liiKh this; -wi- prmy when they hung up the score.-, as dusk settled over this maii-bb.i'd golf course nl Canterbury last night. Established stars such us I3y- i-idi Nelson, Henry Picarcl, Jltmnv Demaret, Porky Oliver and VI Qhezzl hadn't been able lo do any better than this one-time L. s. II. student who quit school because he was "sick of.lt." And those who saw him play recalled that It was on such performance in the open Unit men like Gene Sarazen. Francis Ouimet and Sammy Sncad first gained national recognition. The consensus was that Horner had the shots and simply needed the ixjise. He was wrecking Ihe Joint until the grain-vine, (hat mysterious wont of mouth wildfire, swept nevus's tin- course and the crowd went (jalloi>. Ing over the fairways to wiitch hlr.i. He drawled an emphatic "floly Smokes" as they bore down on him Thai wiv. on the iflth toe—nnd Scudday slighted (hem with t wo bogies as they hustled him home It was quite a jolt for this fellow with u shiny, two-months-uld pio card to be whacking nway wltii several thousand gaping spcetiito' 1 :,- i'Hr- roundlng him. Scmlday felt fine as he bolted In solitude through the out nine with three birdies and a bogie which we him a satisfying two under par 3-1 The crowd around the 10th tee bothered him a bit and he took « bo^i" but off ulotie nijiiln he got It b:\i-k' with plenty lo spare by carding a pair of birds. Sn be wns three under par—with tin almost certain 49 coming up—when the crowd closed In on y him. Then he bogied the nth and Ic on the lath yreeii, blew « two foul putt such ils ho lind been knocking in with his eyes closed earlier In the afternoon, for another bogle. That gave him a one under par lot/i! and Canterbury is not a miniature' golf course, * They've known down in the Suulh for quite a while dial Horner was a pretty fair country golfer, lie started playing at 12 under the tiiiclui-e I of his failier ami tournament has been his aim ever since League Leaders Increase Margin Atlanta Crackers Trounce Barons With Lookouts, Vols Idle By BURNS BKNNKTT ATLANTA, CJa., June H. — Tile league lending Atliuila Crackeis were six and a half games oul in front today after thumping the Birmingham Unrons 9 to 7 lust night while ihe two challengers, chaltn- nooga and Nashville, were rained oul. The Crackers made five errors In Ihe game and were oiithlt I'J to 11 but were able to bunch Ihelr hits and piny well enough in the ''lelil lo win anyhow. Paul Criiln, who relieved Oewey Adklns, received credll for his first win. 1'cte Hhnn- clte, the third of four lunlers was charged with Die loss. While Chattanooga and Nashville were Idle, the Memphis chicks 1 moved up to within two und n halt games of second place by taking u* double victory from the Little Hock Travelers. 4 lo 2 and C to 5. Wimpy Willis scattered eight hit to win the seven-Inning opener niu was aided by MeJ Hicks' fifth hc.me nf the year. At New Orleans, the Pelicans wcy Baseball Standings SOUTHERN LEAGUE By Drillfil Atlanta Nnshvllle Chutlanoogu !4cni|>hls New Orleans 1'lttle liock Mobile . " New Yoi'k Washington Uf troll .. St. ],oiils . Cleveland . Chicago W. Pet, 34 1 7 AB R H 4 1 2 2 1 0 0 Totals Hays' store B. Baker. 3b O. Berad, if D. Hardy, ib Hays, c_ J. Duclos. 2b -B. Miillins, cf Duclos, 2b . Beard, rf Welch, p Crowe, p R Hays, Ib Taylor, ib H. Hays. Ib Totals Score U.v InniJUJS. Saliba Wholesale 002 202 1—7 Hays' store 200 003 3—8 2nd Game 4 1 3 3 4 3 3 2 0 1 2 1 30 Club Hires New Pro MEMPHIS, Term., June 14. (UP) —Todd Houck. prominent .Memphis polfer. today was named professions'! at the Memphis RidBeway Country club. Houck succeeds the late Cullfii 'Jones. O. K. Cab Dill, si J. Eiibanks. Smith, 2b Hughes. Ib H. Bunch, c Weeb, r/ Childs, If Gilbert. c r McNuir. p Hclnies, p Wliittle. cf 3b AB R H 532 3 2 Today's Games SOUTHERN LEAGUE Little Rock al Memphis. Birmingham at Atlanta. Mobile at New Orleans. Chattanooga at Nashville. NATIONAL LEAGUE St. Louis at New York. Pittsburgh at Philadelphia. Cincinnati nl Boston. Chicago at Brooklyn. AMERICAN LEAGUE Philadelphia al. Cleveland. Washington at Detroit. New York at St. Louis. Boston at Chicago. 31) 46 20 22 AB R H 422 Tolals Phillips Motor B. J. Gean, rf Ft. Warrington, B. Brown, 3b 13. Hnmpton, If J. iUcdure, c H. Fan-, ib-p B. Bannister, 2b P. Hay. 20 iiuach. ss }'• Bcsharse, ss S'tewait, C f H. Walden. p M. Gay. n Ford. Ib .Totals .Score by Innings. Score by Imwngs: Phiir' °« t 3M 323 °- 20 Phillips Motor 2S3 101 2—15 Lf? 0 Stevens was umpire and C G Redman was scorer for the doubleheader. W. 5 3 2 2 1 1 1 4 0 3 1 33 15 One-Putt Artists Hold Lead in U. S. Open BY STEVE SNIDER Umtrd Press Sports Writer CLEVELAND, June 14. <UP>- Thc pair with the perfect putters— Slammin- sntn Snead and Little Toncy Pennn— rode Ihe hot spot together today as they moved Into the second round of the U. S. open eolf championship with a one . ainSt a dropned n tIlC 172 e » t lhe ., flrst f ° l ' more will be out of the running fore nightfall, leaving only the TO lowest scorers and ties for the grni, ,wo round windup on Satur- before Wc Are Proud To Announce That Mrs. Thelma Parfcs has joined our staff and will welcome yon at CALDWEUL REAUTY SHOP First National Ba.ik Bldf. Phone 2592 Tony Baker, 9, who has amazed 'Cleran pitchers with his speed ind control from rceular mound, losses 'crn in to Pete Ucckert, Washington Senators' vVfSi cP, r: i ctice ca ' c her, in Oriffith Stadium. Younester i" find of Washington Ncwi: fouchdovvn Club baseball college. TASTIER, RICHER DESSERTS Ice Cream, Slierbels REDSTA5? RENNET TABLETS JOforlOc Patkfd by ' N. MKHISW & SMS* MempMs, Tenh. ( MAKE A CAREER OF AVIATION ! * GOOD ,oa row YOU U. S. Army CHOOSE THIS Koom 305, Federal BWj. Joncsboroj Ark. Th» finMt Irainlnff with (h. Icrleil •quiptn.nt In tt. ii.ld el aTintion to reut» la th« U. S. Arar A!r Forc»fc Coed pay wh il« you Uam. Ort, thz»«^iu<rrt«™ ol a million bo*. •IrMrtr J^iMd »h. ^ B ^. ulor Anor. MA*E IT A MILLION! G^ hill tart, at ,»«, n«n«t Af»r Camp e r Po«, or O. S. Army R*cnutiii9 Station. Standings In Blytheville "Y" Softball Team standings in the BlyUievllle "Y" Softball Lcngue showed the following results nt the end of the first week or play involving Pa ch! of the eight teams In the W Loy Eich Chcv i Owens' Drug i O. K. cab 1 Hays' store i Salib.i wholesale o Phillips Motor- o Ark-Mo Power 0 Montgomery Ward o » !i to 4 victory over the Moblk Bears. Tlie Pels knocked Hoii'hpiv Paul M Inner out In the seventh wit a three-run uprising mid then the loss on Put McGUthln by soor- Iny two more In Hie clglith. Jifi Shea, (lie third of three Pel pitchers, received credit'for the win. Tonight the Lookouts mci-t. I Joe Louis Shows Form In Ring Workout I'OMPTON LAKES, N. J., June H (Ul*)—While Joe l.onlH rested loduy | he wus infonned tliui Cimirnmn Eddie Ifiignn ol the New York Box- Ini! Connnisslou UuniKht hi 1 wns throwing rlslit-liHiul punchm with bis "old-llmc effecllviiiiess." KUKXII wiik-hed bolh Hilly Conn ivud l.onls In their workonls yestercluy. Yesterday's Results SODTIIKRN I.KACDE AllntUn 9, HiiinlnsliHin 1. Memphbi 4-«. Ulile HOek 'J-5 [lit iuiic. 7 InnliiKSi. Now Ovk'iins ti. Mobile •». Only sanies schwluled. AMERICAN I.KAUIIK Open ilnlc. NATIONAL MSVOUK Hoston nt I'lltsbin-Bh. ruin. Only gtiine. Too Late To Classify For Sale .. A inrlu ,,.i,,lili M1l<< i lluu ll-vk-l-t llrrknui,,!. bu KUll rimiiuill. II i,l. is Wanted to Rent Alabama Town Pays Tribute To Bankhead JASPHR, MA., June 14. (UP)-- '1'lil.s TOul inluJiiK town of 7,000 with funs ul hull-stuff, nwnitcd the nr- rlviil totliiy of the spi-uln) tin- )«ar!iw the body of the late f&nutor Jolui U. lliniklie:ul, Ills family, nnd a Ccr- t.'iTOslonui dt'lflgKtion fium Wnahluir- lun. I'lHiM'ul survlcos for "Cotton Jo)m" will IK- conducted nt 4 p.m. In ihe small 0<ik iilll Crinelcry near »he W'livi-s ol t:ic-lnto Scmitor'i; nar- Piits, tiic lute Sen. and Mr;. J 0 h n British Wight man Tennis Cup Hopes Suffer Setback Mlllillrl. ,l]f,' OKll bill,)- ,!,> "liiull Iinnlsli,.! u|.nili,,, llllllli.aii.lfly. ('nil aiiC'J. For Rent „,,... " * nt Nll * ivlll ° Services (Jl LOANS If .you waul a V; 01 L(ui« tu buy a dome, see MAX LOGAN, LYNCH HL1XJ. I'lxnu- 2UH1 or 502. Spuds l>roii DurhiK 10-12, counterfeiters cheul- , "' I'"-' Aiuerlciui public out of only !l > « Ooiiblehoader $-!B,OUO. eomi.ared with spoils ... .-.., ,. v m,.^,,.,,,^- in u ukinuiL<:iL'tiLiL'r I^IH.UUO, compared with spoils ol while the other tennis canlliui.- tholr i$771,000 pei vnir between 1033 and .UL- series In slnule Bumes. 193B. MAKE A . b. Pet. 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 l.fKil) 1 .000 1 .000 1 .000 I .000 Call us up soon, and let set a day for overhauling your tractor and other f irm equipment. is mighty dangerous FOR SALE Fresh River Catfish. SpecU] prices to Cafes and fish MM Cufe and large orders delivered. MACK'S FISH MARKET Phone 673 Osceola, Ark. 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Do as hundreds of other farmers are doing . . . make your application now. These loans are made at a very reasonable r«te of interest and you repay it in the fall when ysu market your crops. Com* in today and let's talk it over. WIMIIU5DON. EIIK.. June U.IM— lirllnln's liupcs of H-gi ns llm \Vlj!l)lin 1 10 Ili'st llnii! )nu-Uculiy WIIK ii- Ifnltw) stH lie 14, n J'oiinU cup for since 1U30 wen! "(it loday when --' s <'ii|> team won (h-H two slnvlcs matches ii» iililliu- Uelz of J,o,s Aujjeles de- I'lUed Mis. Jcun linsluck, 0-2 IM ud M'urgHi'Kt Osbonie of fiaii •iiuiclsco liefpatcd M,.. S . KayStam- leit, Meiv.leii. u-3, o-a, M. Baakhead «nd his ISSUST ****"• Vetirant *t foretfn , Wart to Me* Sunday ROCK, Ark., June H — PUn« \ttrf announced -(oday '«'• the lath annual encampment of Hit' Arkansas Department, Veteran* or Korean Wars h6re Sunday" Momlny nnd Tuesday, ' . SpeiJcerji will liiciuile James E Van zandl of Altoona, p a ., Goy' Ui'Ji Laney, and Brig. Oeh. E. 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