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Blytheville, Arkansas
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SATURDAY, MAY 28, 1940 BLYTIIEVILLE (ARK.) COUItt NEWS PAGE Yarbro Southpaw to Perform On Mound for Cotton Pickers In Opener in Legion's League Lefthander Don Bunch, » lanky six-fooler from Yarbro, Is scheduled foriwieiung mound duty tomorrow afternoon when the Blytheville Cotion PicCTrs uncork their 1949 baseball season al Walker Park in nn American Legion Fifth District, League game with the Caraway Junior nine. Game time is 2:30. « Bunch, who has shown signs of' Homing around during the past three weeks was given the starling nod this morning by Couch James Usher who is inauguralini; his second year as pilol of the Blylhe- ville American Legion Junior club. Fisher slated that he wns slill 111 rtoubt about Ihe remainder of his lineup but thai Bunch probably would get the starting mound call. The big southpnw Is witnessing his third and final season with the Cotton Pickers. Hhe sUrted out two years ago as a first baseman but was transferred to the hill due lo his hard throwing ability. Last year Bunch had only a mediocre season with wildness being his main drawback. However, he pitched several good games last summer nnd on one occasion turned in v nifty one-hitter against Osceola. Me Hay probably will work as nis baltery mate. Caraway Has Stroj Team Strong opposition is expected bj the Cotion Pickers from the Car away club whldh last year was con stdercd one ot the best in this area Orwell Moore is coaching Ihe Car a^j' entry and will bring about 21 bolwi to Biylheville for Ihe openint contesl. Four other le.iguevgamcs are 01 the schedule for the loop's opcnlni week tomorrow. The 10-tcam leagm made up of nine teams in the Le glon's Filth District and one frol Memphis, is launching its first sea son. The circuit was organized only this spring. Three other Mississippi County Legion posls. Osceola. Manila and Luxora, also have teams entered in the league and all Ihrce are slated for league action tomorrow, two on their home fields. Osceola's juniors are scheduled lo meet the strong West Memphis- Marion club, which last year won the District Five championship, at Hale Field In Osceola in what is expected lo be a top-notch contest Some pre-game festivities are slated for the Osceola opener with mayors of the two competing towns to he guests of honor. Mayor Ben F. Butler of Osceola will toss out the ball thai will officially get the 1 Rame underway wllh Mayor Dacus of West Memphis on the receiving ; end. — Manila Plays Marked Tree rAl Manila, the Herman Davis Past enlry will entertain Marked Tree In Its Icagjje opener in the third game to be played in the county. Manila is generally one of the stronger team.? of the district and is expected to field another fast team this year. Luxora. the third Missco entrant, plnys away from home in its open- Ing" gnme". Journeying to Harrisburg for a tilt with the Harrisburg Legion nitie. which is also a member of the league. This is the first year thai new Luxora Legion p»st has sponsored R team. In the other league games tomorrow the strong Blackburn- Stevens nine of Memphis will play Trumann at Trumaun. E. N. Shivley who is busiess manager of Ihe Cotion Pickers and scc- relary of the Fifth District League, sivid that a trophy will be awarded to the learn that has the largest opening day attendance tomorrow. Snead, Douglas Lead PGA Meet Into Third Round RICHMOND. Va.. May 28. net— The third act of match play in the thirty-first annual PGA drama was being unfolded today over the Hermitage Country Club layout. Siammin' Sammy Sneari of White A;lphur Springs. W. Va., is match- 1$d with Dave Douglas of Wilmington. Del. They,clashed at 9:43 a.m. (EST» in the first IB-hole round of their 36-hole match. The second 13 holes were scheduled this afternoon. In the other struggle. Jim Tur- nesa of Briar Cliff. N. Y., teed ofl at 9:50 a.m. against Jimmy Demoret of Ojai. Calif. Only nine of the 16 third-round- ers could be labeled "big-timers." The remainder, some of them on the move up golf's glory ladder, are mostly all youngsters comparatively unknown or professionals who took time out from club chores to qualify and play in the PGA. *elicans Take Over Second Respite Defeat Ry The Associuled l*ress All three lenders in the Southern Association lost their games lust light- but New Orleans managed o grab second plnce Jrom Atlanta >y a two-point percentage margin. Birmingham's Barons bowed to lie Chattnnooga Lookouts, c and 'I. but stayed in Ihe top spot by even percentage points. Lefty Lorenzo fanned 11 Bears. Biiile Bnrna's homer helped the Nashville Vols whip the Atlanla Crackers, 8 lo 7, to dump them down to third positiui .' The game was called at the end of the eighth to permit both teams to catch trains Little Rock balsted New Orleans 10 lo 4. Mobile Bears defeated cellar-dwelling Memphis, 5 to 1. foi their second win. Art McConell made it his third straight victory at Little Rock, get- ling into difficulties in only one inning. John Radulovich sent the Travelers off to an early start with a two-run homer in the first. It was his third homer in four gnme.s since he replaced the injured Jack Sanford. Pete Wojie pitched and batted the Mobile Bears to victory. Wojic hit safely foil]- times, while limit- ling the Chicks to five bingles. Meroney Books Six Wrestlers For Next Monday A special tag match mMn event featuring six iustcart of the usual four parlici])nuts hns been booked by proinuicr Mihe Moi'ouc.v to hencl- linc the American Legion's wicst- ItiiK card at Ihe Memorial AudLlot- Uin Monday nlfiht. The bout will feAtuir two thi'cc- inan teams, instead ot the usiml t\\o lo a .side wwaiipltiR holds in tag niateli with Stocky Knetlsei Walter Siiois ami Prince Omni joining forces nnninsl Swede Nelson. Floyd "Red" Byrd and Jack Sieclc. 'I'he .six-man INK event, which I a I ways has been a t'L'ovvd plcascr. will be condncled in the same man- ! tier as n retfnln] 1 lour-man bout except that there will Uc an extm ! member to eneh team, Mcroncy ex- l>hu]jed. The bout \vilt be over the bi-si two of three falls. 90-mimile time limit route. All of the performers hi Monday ^ht'.s big main event are veleraus of Mcroney's pvuerum with the exception of Nelson who nwdc his first, nppoarniKc here two week-s . Nelson, Kncilscn, Sirois. Onmr and Byrd have nil appeared liere recently bin Steele will be timid tig his first perfoitmi'nce In Blylheville In more than 10 years. Three prelimir.ary bout.s will also be included on the king-sized c-nrd with KneJlsen incctlnR Steele. Sirois liintjUnR with Nelson and Byrd grappling with Omar Brooks Club Sain for 4-0 Win To Move Into First Place Tie HOW THEY STAND NATIONAL LEACUE By Jink Iliuid Associated I'res* Sports Writer The Drooklyu Dodgers and Now York Yankees are the hottest tennis in baseball as the pennant nuors swlnft p.isl the quarter pole. At the end of the first six weeks of the '24-week majnr league season, Hie Dodgers ure lied with the dr/riidictf: Uoslon Mrjno.s tin' llic National lead. The Yunkce.s enjoy a .villil 4 l-'2 Ri\me cdt!f In the Aincr- lean. It took Hie youlhtiil Brooks n time to get rolling lull they staled through the on Ihcir first Ions rreid trip. Buck home at Kii l-'ield lust night, (hoy moved up yen with Ihe Braves by bcntlng the Haston ace. Johnny Sain. 4-0. Preacher line, turned in his .second sindtiht Kliutoul wllh Ihe help o[ a four-run .seventh Inning again.-:! Rain who struck out nine. It wns 0-0 nnlll Ihe seventh whei fleno HcTiniinskt. who hits Satn liki he owns him, blooped n single to' start a rally. A sacrifice and Carl Fnrillo's .single scored Hermanski. A walk ami Al Dink's enor lonrtcd the bases before Snider JnrRcmen came IhroiiRh with a three-run double. Poor pltchini;—1'o.Hj Ihe New York liaiil.s a chance lor Ihe lend Clint iarUms retired In Ihe third Innlnc Ihe Phillips clubbed five Oinnl hrowers for 14 lill.s and a 0-3 vli;- ory. Braxle Nips Hues 'i-l Al Hiazle and Eddie Knxnk dou- ile-teamed the I'lllsbiirgh I'irnlcs o clinch iv 2-1 St. I/oiiis decision. ;)ni7.le scattered nine I'irale hit. 1 - ind Ka'.ak hit a homer off Murry Brooklyn New Yoik . CinritmMi SI. Louis . Cliicago . Blytheville Sale Goal of 300-Mile Horseback Ride W . 20 . 20 . 19 . IB . 16 . 16 . 13 . 14 AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Fourteen Southern Illinoi.s men .all members of a riding club, like their bobby so well that they will set Ql ^ 1; ext week on a horseback trip to Dlytlievillc to atlenrt C. G. Smith's horse show and sale next week-end. The 14 horse-lovers, all members of the Herrin. til.. Riding CUlb. will lejive iheir native Herrin next week on 14 Tennessee walking horses, with their destination Ulythfville and tlie hor.^e .sale, which lies some 300 mile.s to the southeast. But the modern Paul Reveres will not take the "as the crow llie.s" route. Instead they will do a little sightseeing on the way through Southeastern 'Missouri. Western Tennessee and Southwestern Kentucky. U[x>n arrivine here they will be met by their wives who will make the-triji in cars and then they will take their mounts to the Smith sale. The sale of Tennessee walkiiv horses will be held at Mr. Smith's sales barn on his plantation on South Highway 61 three miles from Blytheville. His hor.*e sales are animal events and generally draw Urge crowd of horsemen from al nart.s of the nation. New York . . Philadelphia Boston . , . Washington Chicago . .. Detroit . Cleveland . St. Louis . . ...23 ...20 ... 17 ...19 ... 17 ... n . .. 13 ...10 Pet .S71 .571 .550 .52il .485 .485 .4 Ofi .380 Pet .W .ssr .53 Ii2£ ,5<X .480 .4:1: SOUTIIKKN LEAGUE Birmingham New Orleans iiinix . ... tile Rork . Nashville . . Chattanooga Mobile . Memphis . . W 21 23 19 21 . 18 . 18 . 18 . 10 Mi'kson wllh a man on to ac- •ount [or nil the Card scores. Dlckson suffcrod his sixth strutuht sclb'.U'k and sovenlh of the se«son. Johnny Srhmllz pllrlird Ihr Chl- vio Culx*; to a 3-1 edKC over Cin- einmill. Rmil \'crb:in was the bin wheel for the Hrnln.s with a double and two singles KAiVf I/ijiiit. top pllt'liPi' 111 111" Amerlnin, continued lo reverse bis l spring form wllh a lifth .-(rati'.hl vlrtory. The Yankee soutli- pnw blunki'd the second-pi no- Plill- urtelpliin A's with Ms hits. 3-0. It WHS the seventh Y linker victory In I heir last, eluhl Marls nil nl (III MndLutn. llrnrh'h lloim-rs Tomnu- lli'iirich smashed a (wo- rnn homer off Joe colcmnn In ll\c (list hinhiK. It was his nliUK You lierrn added the other Yank rin with his Itllh homer In the. lourlli Colcman struck out seven. Cleveland, lu a mock "rcoppnUu ay", came tlirouuh with R 4- wliltewasli ot the CIllcnKO Whit Sox Fvnybody went throuch th oivs ol rr-MnrlliiK the srusoi bemuse o[ Ihe Tribe's sorry show- Inc. Uvlnc 10 of their las! 1'J before Insl nkhl. Al Driilmi, 3B-venr-(iUl Detroit cpsloli. Ihrew a slx-hllter. Del roll broke n six same losing slrenk wilh n h-4 rrtci! over St. 1/inl.s. Oospite Dick KDkos' eltihlh Imincr, VliTil Tnick.s .sqiionked home with his sixth victory lie struck out oii;hl men. seven in the llrst lour iinnnK.v I-'iiin washed out a seheilnled nlslit came IwUvcm Wiulilnston and ISoslon. Sports Roundup * fcy Hujh FuLltrUn, Jr. NEW YOIIK, Mny 28-M't—IJon Judge, hcrtdfng for Knglimd to Join he Jack KranuneL'-Bobby Uigg.H pro cum Riul h'red Perry for n quickie, uiifiirniirr nt Wi'iubli'y. hivs piom- ,sed to return for the U, S. pro :immploM, Forest Kills June 20 . . And from all roporls, Don s really hot for a guy who Is neatly J4 yearn old nnd who wns n bit plump Iho lust time we .saw him In piartlrc In California Canchii Oonv.iiles took only une set in 2fi from Undue nnd Hob Falkrnbmg and Ted .Si'hnif.ici couldn't do Uuit well , . . Looks like Culitiu'nlii .Jackie .li'LiM-n. probnbly llu- M'U- son's sought-afler college tmsr-hull plnycr. nuule a .small mmT when he signed wllh OLiklinui instead of the Yankees. Now he'll slill have 10 chunc'r.s of nmkhig the majors ... As a Yankee farmhand Jackie probably would be forced lo associate with .sui'h characters as Wnlly Mood and Hank Wurkinan from Southern California and Newark. kicker* on tin nqiud. Bhorlt and Slirll* R«y Wade Hill, who won the PGA qualifying iimlnl, is miulher product i>( Craig Wood's "school" at wliiKcrt foot, Olhi'rs Include Clnmlc- llannon, who succeeded Wood, Jnrkle Burke. Paul Ilunyan, Clar- encfl Chuk, Vic (lluv./l tuul Jimmy Mcllole . . . MiHilson Square Garden him been allowing Mine. Intpiosl In tlie roller derby. Well, that'; one way of uctlliiK flulil* In the Joint . . . Kentucky. Notre Dame nnd DowlliiK tireen me among the colleges listed (r piny basketball In tho Cleveland nreim next sfiisqii . . . Southern scouls sny lo kcer your eye on l-'inink .Sullwold, 1/iuls- lanii Slate's sophomore <tnaiier- luller . . . Also that Mis.slsJ»(pp .Slate's new football coach. Slick Morton. Is lelllug (he alinnnl: "wall for 1952," whlth niny he n smoi;i scioeu . . . Mnylie Slick, like Her mini Hlcknmn nl Yiilu tries tu kei'i tlu> old ttnuis "nullt'ii but not mut Intnis." Sid l.uckmnn, the Hlilcugo Heal tuiuli'ibiick, heads a new Him which has been appointed dlslrlb- ilor of a well-known make of lelo- vlMnn sets In Die Chicago urea . . . Kuppose he'll copy < ironic Hnllus' piiss-pullerns I" dlstrllillle his vcc.- elvers? PC .SB .50 .559 .553 .514 .500 .486 .263 Its Yrstnvrlav's AMERICAN I.EAGUF. Ne\v York 3 Philadelphia 0 Cleveland 4 Chicago 0 Detroit 5 St. Lotus 4 Washington at Boston, rain Number Miners To Play Missouri Mudhens Sunday The Number Nine Nlncrs will be shooting Tor the fourth win of the season tomorrow afternoon when they meet- the Clarkton, M., Mud- hens on the Number Nine diamond. Game time is 2:45. Recce Moore's Nincrs got off to fa.sL stiirt Ihis Esason with three win and a tie in their first four j games. Then they dropped three straight including P. 2-1 decision lo the Armorel Tigers last Sunday and J1 -2 lacing at (.he hands of the Victoria Red Sox Tuesday night. In this contest the Miners were set down by Lee Wclrton without, a single hit. Charles fDoc> Barper is .sJuled for hill duty tor the Miners against the Mndhcns tomorrow with Jim Henry Lutes working as his battery mate. NATIONAL LEAGUE Chicago 3 Cincinnati 1 Brooklyn 4 Boston 0 St. Louis 2 Pittsburgh 1 Philadelphia 9 New York 3 SOUTHKKN" ASSOCIATION Chattanooga 6 Birmingham 2 Nashville 8 Atlanta 7 Little Rock 10 New Orleans 4 Mobile 5 Memphis 1 Wrcstlinq Shows Produce Revenue For School Fund slllnE mulches in Bl.vlhevllle nctlcd the Arkflnisns Athletic C<im- misston a total of $3,H5 in commissions from Sept. T>, Ifl-15 to May 17 of this year, St»(c Compti-oller Leroy Bcasley disclosed yc.sLeniay. The $3,7-15 paid by Dud Cason Past '^, sponsors of wrcsUiim here was the second hinhesl \>iii<\ for that sport In the state. C'omints.sloii receipts troni Utllc Rock wrestling mulches totaled S-*.Mri. A.s of May 17 the AAC had a surplus or $],4D7.S(> an nmlil released by Comptroller Bca.sley, rc- vcaleri. The commission ts, rcqnhcrl lo tnlo (.lie common school hunt 1 receipts afler paying sahu'ic.s and Kpctises. The autlit -saiti thiU the unmlssion h;\d made one such pay- ie;-t of $1.000 in January, 1948. ixl pointed out Hint if the money , not t\eedc(l for ciirrenl opcrnl- ig expenses nnotl^er jmyiunnt of 1,000 could be mudu out of the nrent surplus. 'hree Hope High Gridders Tcrs* Lots with Porkers HOPE, Ark,. May lift—or,—Tiitcc tar. 1 ; nT Hope High HcliooTs pnwei 1 - ul 1948 loolbal) tenm nnnmmecd culay they will nntet the Unlvcr- ,ity of Arknusas next fnll. They RTC Wllllnin H. I Ruddy \ Snttnn and Toinnjy Brill, nl]-.statc lass A A backs, nnri JanTc.s Mc- 'arpo, ^no-pound tackle. All hnd been sought by nt lensl ftlf R clt)?£n major universities. Garrison Named Head Football Coach at ASTC CON WAY, Ark,. Mny 'JR. <W\ Cccll C-arrison wns promoted Irom assistant to hcnrt bftskclbnU coach nt Arkan.sns Slate Tcf»cher,i College by Aihlellc Dirrctoi Jeff Fan-Is yesterday. ^ llowaul <Pcc \Vre> Mimt^omery who has been head roach hi both basketball nnd foolh»ll, will velnii his footkml! jJo.sltlon. Fnrrls also annaunc" ' nppnhH- ment of Hill CromwfH, A.S'I'C RUim- nus, os hend Ivack conch and [rrsh- tnnn football mentor. Ax track i:on<ho will Hike over duties formerlj hnndlcd by Garrison. Knrrls .snltl lie would cnhlhmr bn.seball coach, thus glvhiK th Ileur.s a different he»<| couch f cnt'h viu.slty -sport. Sltlri••ThMllou NurnnO When Ted 'Jnili-y was ft h .si'tunil football couch, Iresli ont rut, he had tin "oul.sldr" Jnb n Rn.i nlivtlon to hrlp in eel I lie bills . . , Ami Hie outsidi 1 Jnb oei-as ally colled for an Inside job -sHtiH 1 wlion Ihe smnll .scui d 11; .station's DWUCL . . . TUIs hpr alley wns hired nn n line coacl . ft in I one of Die flt aye is he r ncouutrrcd was Hi ic "bnby", fre.shinnn Hob Koli-.M . . llubl>lun his .shins u-floctivH t the memory of hl.s former task 'cd told hoiid couch Floyd Hehwur- nvalder "he's n run«ed nhnp In very sense of the woid, nnd I Uilnk CRU lie intidr Into a kli-ker. loo .In Mprlim drlll.s. Kolcsei' lurncrd ut lo be one of the best place- Read Courier News Want Ads. Among CRrlles' examples of American folk art art glassware objects blown after hours by glass workers for themselves and their friends, from the fag end ol the glasspot. Today's Games AMERICAN USAGITE Philadelphia at New York Washington at Boston Si. Louis at Detroit Chicago at Cleveland NATIONAL LEAGUE Boston a t Brooklyn New- York at Philadelphia Pittsburgh at St. Louis (night) Cincinnati at Chicago SOUTHERN I.EAGCK CbaKancoga at Memphis, night Mobile at Atlanta, night. New Orleans Rt Birmingham nicM. Nashville at Little Rock, night. STEEL BUILDINGS full U...kl« ] a/.ll or Br»sll w»i the gcjidnry Island In the Atlmnlle Ocean and historian* bcltart ito ainillHi- existence as > teocraphkoil tlon led lo that mow for U>* South American country. Dill Rut Order <>p«ru at T:* Show Starts at T:M NEW Kim Opens Week Un.vs I'.UU p.m. Mallncr. SnlunM A> Sunday Sal.-Sun I )>•!» Cunt Sluivilnt Manila, Ark. Slum, KVKHV NUJIIT As many ns 50 different, copper wheels, ranging from U Inch to 4 inches In diameter. Are used to cn- tfrave a dcsif!" on American handmade glassware. C. A. Tsint Construction Company Dealer fur Buller Steel Buildings —General ContrarlhiR *. O. Hnv R:< Phone 19C Blytl.cvlliV Ark. Alabama Legislators Kill Racing Measure MONTGOMERY, Ala.. May 2 <if>- -A proposal lo legalize betting on horse and dog racing in Alabama has been delcatcd. The pari-mnlliel bill died in the House of Representative. 1 ; yesterday by a vote ot 46-30 after a Baptist minister prayed for it.s defeat. A similar bill met the same fate in 1941 BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING LOWEST ADMISSION PRICE ANYWHERE! Reserved Seats on Sale at the Legion Arena from 6 p.m. Every Monday Monday, May 30 ADULTS 50c — CHILDREN 15c New Starting Time 8:15 BOX SEATS 15c EXTRA (Tu tAcladMl) 6-MAN TAG MATCH Stocky Knielsen, Walter Sirois, Prince Omar vtrsus Jock Steele, Swede Nelson, Floyd Byrd Also Three 1-Fall 30-Minute Matches Kneilsen vs. Steele Sirois vs. Nelson Byrd Yt. Omar INDIANAPOLIS 500-MILE RACE BROADCAST . \ •"'• "• J ' ' •" . . : .- v :; *' " •'-'•. TUNE IN Mutual Broadcasting System 9:45" A. M. MONDAY Here you are, folks—listening high lighL of the yc<or! The exciting broadcnst of the 33rd running of this speedway classic. Hear the tninule-by-minule story of the grueling 500-mile race—the inside story of the men behind the cars, the expert, mechanics. The. broadcast is dedicated to your Doctor of Motors, thai friendly repairman in your nearby garage. SPONSORED BY John Miles Miller Co. 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