The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 25, 1949 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 25, 1949
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TEW BLYTHEVTT.I.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 19« "Cards Not so Hot/' Shotton Says; Dyer Points to Records By Joe Kcit'hler Associated I'lfiS Spoils Writer The spirited Rlrelch ijjittle between Brooklyn ;uul St. Louis may develop into a persona] feud between the rival managers of the pcnnant-luiiiK'ry flubs. Thus far. Kddic Over, buss <>f [li« lU'dliirds has ko|>( Ark-Mo to Seek Loop Title in Playoff Tonight Tlie Ark-Mo Kilowatlprs will try to makf- it iwo in a row o\vr the BlytheViTle Motor Company Motor- ILIMI aiH lluis claim Ihcir first City Soli ball l-ea«i[R championship as play in the league's champions hip playoff is resumed tonight. j The Kilo waiters wetst one gniuc his peace. At lie hasu'i o^culy heliUicd the lit'uoks. Uul i <)mmpioiLship .seno.s A victory tonight -Aoniti night. e tiiem S'cwait GUI ley protaibly will i lie Kilo waiters' hopp.s on thn not old Hurl Shotton. The (M-year-old I'ircliraiid. sometimes referred to as "Battling Kariicy," is simply .spoiling for a j nVumi tonight, facin? cithci Ted fii*llt. + 1 Pisher 01 Erwln JOIIPS. Hie Motor- Nearly back 10 His rackv S . fl """ Mi , U "> .>"""<' m " s to lc;td thc : "ion's acr who,,, llicy self roli-cmm- n rouplc of smashmk N " v V ° rk "'!" Us to " 5 - 3 "*"'> victories over ihe GM-dmal-s. the ° m " ie , Chl "'"f ' : "*~' S}WM ™ .Jones sveiil Ml ihe way lo ve^ialev his Kith victory. Boston nn St. Louis in thr American, and Philadelphia and Cin- silver-haired pilot of Hie Brooks disdainfully rcfencti to the Rcd- birds at "just a so--o ball chili." "They're a o i mwh," Shotton dismissed the Card 1 * today. "And hfTf's why. we've i.em- fell \VNI.SC, j ptayed iujrse nor looked, worse than ! '.\e nave during ihe past week. Ami yet guys could build up uiiJy j a one-game lead on us. In my book ihsu jnflkfp the Cards not .so hoi." "They've find all ihr l>ie:iks and ! .still coulttn't opi'i! up a i>i}4 n'ad on His." Bm nev i-nniinued. AVnat aie tlit'y going lo do ivhcn (he 1)i oak.s beg in to fall on: iv ;i v :»,*i I kno\v they \vi]l. 1 think \ve re lui;tHv siraightr *ed out. \\Vte .sine to take Uieni no\v." Informed of Shot ton's remarks, Dyer hnrf this to «av: Dyer !M(s Ku< k chinau in the National, UITC idle. STAND Tiiesda; nii-'ht. The loss wa.i Jones' first of the year. The Kilowattei',5 moved into '.he l>l;-yoff finals by taking Ihe Philiip- Motor Company I-'ordmen l-wo MiflLRlu sanies, in (it si round [>'ay a rut thi Motoi'men won the ris to <;onv l leir ij) the finals by mK)g- tn? defending champion Sullivan- Nej.son two out ol three. I'onl. Ill's yanic is .scheduled for 8 "'clock Si. Louis .. Brooklyn ... Boston .. . Philndclphia Nc-.v York . . PiitKburdi . ChiHntiuti . Ghii aye I'd I .fill) : 602 i 5ii .513 .SOI '' .4(i2 . .401 .380 ; "I ui-ky, eh? Yean, we re uu'kv to hive old pros like MuMnl. Slni!i>:i- A MKKK AN l,t; ter. Marion rmd Srhoendlenst on our sine. UM's se; 1 . now How have New Yoik , WP f^rert nsninst I hnse dimjeroiis Boston Dodder?? I think we've beaten I hern Cleveland , H out of IP. yv-iii i>:n"d, I mie.^ we Philadelphia ........ are hirkv a t that." IXioit F hoi ton's Dodders nev-1 looked clhingo .better than they did vp.siorclay. at Washington '/. that. Thev were smooth, ap:<> tensive $^ Louis and positively snectanilar in Uicir 6-Jl triumph 'over the Rrdbird.-i Don Now corib? overpowered trie SOUVHIvKN M. Cards, giving them only six scattered hits aiH allowing only one man to reach third. • Nashville Everybody in the starting Dodder Binningham lineup connected safely. Carl Furtl- Mobilp Jo. Roy Cninpanclla atid Gil Hodges Npft ' Orleans hit homers, . Atlanta In winning rjie rubber match nf '•' l - 1 ' c R°ck ; the three-game series, the Dodgers M^n^his moved only one game-off Die leagueChuttanoof;n leading Cards. j The American League race Us hi- | ened, too, \vhen the pace-selling New York Yankees, playing without ! their ace, Joe DiMaggio, took H | terrific 13-2 lacing Irom the Tigers I in Detroit. Tims, the idle Boston I Red Sox moved from up to- within I. two games of ihe Yanks. i aiice Sees Action | Vic Werlz led the Tiger attack | with A pair of home runs, al-J though 1 walks issued by ihree Yankee pitchers did just a.s much | ' damage. One of Wem 1 blows came j with the bases full. Art- Hontte- ; man breezed (o his Hth victory ] with at lo-hitter. ; Johnny Mize. purchased from the ' Giants last Monday, played his = first, game lor the Yankees, geUing a .single in four linie.s at bat. | For tne second straight- night, \ the third place Cleveland Indians \ faiteri to take advantage of B Yankee defeat when they bowed to Washington's seventh place Senators, 3-2. The Philadelphia Athletics retained their fourth place hold over! the Tigers by the slimmest of, margins—one percentage point—by ! conquering the Chicago White Sox 5-0. Dick Fowler pitched his fourth shutout and 12th victory of ihe year for Ihe Mac. km en. Boston's third place Braves In : the National League eked out a 6 r 5 victory over the PiitsbuiRh Pirates. Lefty "Tarren Spahn stui;- geired to his 16th vu-tory. which was Boston's fifth in a row. • We.s West rum, rookie catcher. ,U;UR W L . 73 44 T> 47 6!) 50 fiS .T-i 67 SO SO B9 . 40 77 80 11 54 Vols Lead by Dumnmg Birmingham 4-3 fly Thr Assui uilnl I'rrss The Nashville v 0 '- stretched Uteir Southern Association lead ro IOIT pames over Birmhighnm IftM ! n-»ht by clip IK the Haron.s, 4 to ; 3. before 12.000 iti Hie losers' park. 1 The rii nner-i i n.s out nit- the Vols, i Ifi to 7 Lul failed in 'he clutches i The Vols' Took IP CJilbort broke rlie ice v.'ilh a Iwn-nin homer In : Hie sixth, nm Frcrt Uatfield hit a two-run circuit sriin^ 1 for the ftfiron«; in thc lx)ttojn )ialf of tlie Then Nashville exploded fni' two more (silllf.i in the eighth. The Rirous got a rally .stflrteil (n (he sinne frame, be I it wns cut off P| . L t when thc lying rutj wns nipped at ..,, ; the plate. •"'7 Ken Olson throltlrd thc Menmhis Sports Roundup GOOD PROVIDER—Bob Lemon feids the fimil> with his home run club. Six circuit clouts at home add up lo ;is many baskets of groceries, and the Indians' pitcher collet-Is at a Cleveland store. The missus and 15-months-old, Jeff lend a h;ind. . A'>Q ! .543 .527 .470 .447 Chicks tin one hit from tl'e sixth on a relief role and hurled the Mobile Bears to a 5 Lo 2 decision. New OrlcaiK divided a twin bill with thc Travelers at t-Ulle Rock. Jw-k Ki-iiknnska.s limited Ihe Tiavs Yeslerriav ? Ursulls NATIONAL l J KA<;t)K Brooklyn fi St. LouLs 0 New York 5 Chicago 3 Boston 6 PitLsbiifRh 5 i On I>• g a me-s played .) AMKKH AN I.KACUE Detroit 1:1 New Vork 2 Philadelphia 5 Chicago 0 Washington .1 Cleveland 2 (Only games.i SOUI'IIKK.X LKAUUK .Mobile ft Memphis 2 Nashville -1 Birmiiik-liani 3 New Orleans 1--1 LHlle Rock 0-7 Atlanta at ChattauooKa posipou- Toclay's Games NATION Al t,K.*i;|TK Pittsburgh al Philadelphia <2) Cincinnnti al Boston (night) Chicn go al Brooklyn r2t St. Louis at New Vork might) A.MKKKMN LKAiilJE Boston at ChH'ngo Philadelphia at St. Lonis Washington al Del toil New York al Cleveland f All (light g nines i Armorel Loses Robinson Scores To Caraway 2-1 in 7th Round Kayo Tourney Opener jOver Belloise Tiie Ai nun el Tigers dropncci a [ 2-1 hearibrcitking decision to the Gara-Aay Red Uirds last nighi ni •A first-round mime of the Noriheast i Arkansas In vita lion a I Tournainonl ; at Caraway. ; Jerry Dean, the Timers' big Irf^ hander, locked horns with ri^ht-" hander Red McMastcrs of the Ftcd ; Bii'ds in a red hot pitch ins diiel, i with McMasters getting t,lie eri»e. ! Thc big red head allowed the Tigers only two blows, a double and a single and Dean gave up but four i base hits. i The nod Biids suotctt their first j fully in the fifth oti a single, : stolen ba^e, fi el tiers' choice and R \tilri pitch. Thc Tigers lied it up in fiee., and an infu Ed crvor on a douhle and a single. Thc to?s eliminated KBW YORK, An?. 25. iAP^-"f want n s'lol ac the aiiddlnweight title. I think I've p;u md JL" WeUorwrifrht diampi<tn lUy Robin." on made the stamneiit. last nitht. \fler he t:\ii down sacking fitrve Bel!::i5e jn sovrn roiujd.s at Yruiken St.iriium. Iron - chinned middleweight clvirnpioii La Mnua and Mir- Lhrt eix wn here Sepi. 28, were anioug '.he bumper ilirong wliich , c aw las 1 , nii'ht's jnnssacre. ' Robin: on hit with every shot in the book. He wmi every round By Sterling Slappey (I'or Hush rulltTlon. Jr.) ATLANTA, AUR. 2J. f-T,-Unle.S-s Dynamite Grxxiloe gets homesick oti the way t« the I nonal Amateur and 'decides to come back home golf ,allcjics in Rochester. N.Y.. v/ili wau-h the best show in the game today Dynamite, whose name is an nl- most forgotten Wllljani. didn't win the amateur in Meinnht* last year, but he got to the fifth round. He's never won bia trnirtianicnt. but is not at nil improbable that he 7,'itl Romccluy. Bobby SOXPJS ' A0!l ' 1 svonn or uoon over hi n likr ttiey do "Ftan- kie BDV" S- uniihan, but Dynamite's Rood hvmioi aiul good golf prnbnbly will draw the test of the crowd. Dynamite is five fret, five inches tull" ''5 yean old. usimlly weighing ^o'poinuls ami lookhiK ovcry ounce of it Hi, hrue hands dmwlR just bekm hi.s belt and his amis look like dm-iny rods on a mountain type locomotive. \Vj ivr<*p!f dun't know that r ["ars n,rf jn;ide in sixes Dynamite pt'Cfers! They're inns. fat. black and have a cerium sirenKih of odor. He'll probably bi ip alotig some pants th:.s year n' woll as shorts alfliDiipli he prefers shorts. I]) case his lens do show, they'll he even larger than you expect Dvnntnitc is -MI ex-frc.-hman guard on the Genraia. ''' 1 < 1 h football team When Dyuaiuiic mounts the ice vou'l! swear lie can't reach as as thc ball- But he ran. He hits Kaminv ,Snead - Jimmy Thompson drives and they're just, as straight He sights through tiny, .squinting eyes which peerappUy from round, baby face, swings those .short arms with his big shoulders. and if anyone is in ro id -fair way ;ii)0 to 350 yards out. they'd better duck. On the way to his ball Dynamite will consult his caddy about the next ''^nl and v:vy likely do mo" was with him. Dynamo and Dynamite were shaped alike, only Dynamo's skin was black. D'/namo very likely won't be in Rochester and that's Rochester's because that pair teeing off SEA PUPS—Sea dogs, junior grade, handle their boats like old salts al Newport Beach, Calif. The yachtsmen, six years old and up are preparing for the Junior Southern California Flight of tie Snowbirds race. C. Smith, restraining order prohib- ~ iting filing of a laborer's lien and suit to collect $57. the seventh on a walk, a sacra- i bothered for just, two minutes by a i Dynamite quaVfied for the de.^peiT''^- do-or-die attack from the : lurct ^.^ a p fliv [lf 12 - s ovcr At_ I ha-rilng. 3<l-year-olrf ex-sailor. i ] an tfi'.s Eas* L->.ke No. 1, the course thc Tigers ' Sue:n Ray flaitcneu Steve near . w ] 1Pl - e R 0 bby Jones learned to play. I to three hits in .shutting tbein out. 1 (o 0. in (he seven-inning opener. I.iMlc Rnck asert a 13-hit bnrrage.lo u r 'i the iilehlrap. 7 to 4. I Hal Simo.soti clouted a pair of j little Rock roiinrtt rippers in the second frai. Thev humeht his home i-n total to 2« for the year- six mnel LIie Jonesbnro Red Sox at i you'll a«e i'» the rinq OL movies, in the lii^t six days. The fifth-nlace A tin tit a Crackers and the bottom-place diatlanoogn l.ooknuis postponed t'^ei- game to n later date. the fifth wlien he sva.s CiU ,' b(? tbc cve[tt o the day. from further participation in the ; r he cnrj of thc .scevnlh with as tourney. They arc .scheduled lo '. perfect n kit hook to thr chin as SevctHv-t\vos most at East l>akfi and if Dynamise Attnoicl Park Sunday afternoon. Box .score: A r morel .A B Workman 2b .'..,. 3 E- Wilson 2b 1 Carson, tf , 4 CEildwcll 3b 4 Ashbv tb 4 H. Wilson U 3 Wright U 2 Young if : 2 Mullen rf ., 1 Foster ss - 3 SOUTm-KN Nighl games: Mobile at Memphis. Na5hville at Birmingham. Atlanta at cJiattanooga. New Orleans at Little Rock i2J. Schoolboy <^rid St^ors Pren for AI! America Tilt CORPUS CHRISTI. Tex.. Aug. SS. | J^hcUcr"' c " tAF l >- Fii.s', and We.sL high school ncan }) ' }jrid..,EfluadE scheduled pa.«w, ([riiJ.=F;tft(fay a.s their national schcoi- ! Totals bny "ali.'S'ar football game tinui Car;nv:iy ]lp;iretl ' B. Brooks c . Coach Rert DLCW of Alabama and > \ ( and if Will Wills of Corpus Uhristi Uni- ! H. McMastcrs verity yesterday workfid on offen- ! Farley rf 3 ?ivr passing. - j. Brooks ss 2 Drew will coach the smiad Thomas 2b 4 and Wa 1 ls the West. ! Baker cf 4 Sam Aller, of Chicka.sha, Okla.; i Pcrciful 3b -1 Se.u-li* W a I ton, Bassici City, La,; i C. McMaslers y 3 Char|p5 S p a K n o M. WaLsenbnrs, i — — — O'-lo,; Marvin McNeil. Amnrillo, Tol«].s 32 2 5 Tex : Romei-o, Wichita, aKns. an;l Len-v Lobnl. Rc.servn, Tja.. look- cnl<M>.^a. Ala.. Dick Carncni. Hnnip- eft -I'oo't carrying the ball on ground [ tor., Va.; George Brenner. Memphis, pl:iv.s rinrirp the West squad's prac- ! Tenn.. and Teddy Milictlc. Greeii- HtT ye-s-.ernay. [ v \\\ c , Miy-s., look like good bets for For the East, Clcll Hobson, Tus- the stnvtitiy backfieki. II) . i . 3 33 AH . 4 . 4 4 M si ill is on his came. Rochester will Refcive Eddie. Joseph's count was .^ce him for several days and be much happier for his acrjuainlancc. at five \vh'n the hell clunked. Belloi.--'s handle]-. 1 ; hauled him'to; 1 his cori:f*r But Steve wn.s out cold . 0 Sei'OJ 1 ^ later'.s manager, j 0 Edfiio \Vnlker. signalled to Joseph •• :h:it it wns all over. Under New York rn!M it tjnc.s into thc book HS ' :i .^von round kayo. : Robir\-or v.cighed 153 1-2 and J5H. : LaMoita and Cerdan have -said th.; ;he victoi of thciv September 'Vnii wi.iId meet last ni-UuV; w»n- :iei, bu f , nothing Ls in writing. Road Conrlei News Want Ads 'Vffh the Courts P. B." TfltniRii vs. Juanitn Till- inan. pet n ion tor injunction pcr- tftinins \o Lois 9 a»ci 10, BlocV*. 1. of the Allison Addition. Mamie Lite clean Watson vs. El- \vnnrt Watson, suit for divorce. Ti-ene Shumaker v.s. Archie Shu- mnker. suit for divorce, Ruth Ashley et al. petition to confirm title of W2 NE4 of Section 1-tSn-lOE. Charles A. Wood et al vs. Loren Oil I 4'^H1 Box Office Opens at ?:• Show Starts at 7:M Last Time Today "DESIRE ME" Grecr Garsnn Ilnhcrt Mitchum Friday & Salurday "OKLAHOMA BLUES" Jimmy Wakely Cannonbull Taylor You Can Buy Your Truck Now-Why Wait Til Fall? Make Firs Payment On October 1st! Vim can liny Ihiil now l)»di;o Truck Inday and be all *el for the Tail rush... .and we'll cvtt'iid the lime tor the first |v,iyntrn( ID Oelither 1st. All Hint's required is a roasonnlile down paymcnl. Now (his special nl'fci- applies io Ihe puivhasc of bolh new and nsrri car? and I nicks, lietlcr in- Teslisate today... drop down to Ulylhevillc Motor Co. and sec how eas\ il is to buy a ear or trncVi. Blytheville Motor Co, South's Finest Service Broadway & Chickasawba Phone 4422 CD TRUCKS RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Last Tijne Today "BRIDE OF VENGEANCE" with Paillette Goddarcl and John !,unii Xews and Slinrt Friday * balurday "ACROSS THE RIO GRANDE" with Jimmy Wakelr Cartoon and Serial lox OrTire Opens »t 7 Week Show Starts at 7:30 Mnlinee Saturday A Sunday t 'i p.m. with continuous slinw Last Time Today "HE WALKED BY NIGHT" Richard Baseliart Scull "Caiinn Cily" Brady Friday 5: Salurday "GUN TALK" uilh .Johnny Mack Rrmrn SKY LINE DRIVE-IN THEATER 2 Miles Norlh ot Bl.vthevill* Boi Oftice Oticns at S-.45 Show SlarU 1:30 . ,s Buy on the Easiest Terms • DODGE TRUCKS • USED CARS SCHENLEYS HANDY PINT FLASK Enjoy fiuer- tasling Scheiiley -richer, older whisky' old whisky, skillfully blended with prc-\v;ir qu.ilitv grain neutral spirits, make Schcnlcy richer, tiiicr-t;isiiiig always! 94 *l.5() 1 2 I'l. 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Slums F.VKRV NIGHT "LADY IN A JAM" Irrno l>nnne Jt Talrick Knnwlrs Tnd;iy 'THE LADY GAMBLES" w ilh Barbara Stanwyck and Robert Preston A!MJ Shorts Fvulay "SAHARA" with Humphrey Bopart

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