The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 21, 1946 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 21, 1946
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FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1<MG BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Phillies Defeat Owens Cowboys Motor Firm's Team Wins Nip-and-Tuck / Softball Contest 'The Saliua Wholesale boys walloped the O. K. Cab ouUU'12 lo 5 and the Phillips Phillies edged out tin: Owens Drug Store Cowboys 13 to 12 in Walker Park last night. Saliba anil the Cabbies each Kot seven hits- but It was Saliba's same all Ihe way. They scored twelve runs on seven tills three of the runs coming in Ihe first on one tin. Jack Whittle was the wiiiniiif -Pticlier while Bush suffered the <i"! feat. The second game was the II-OM : colorful contest so (ar this year, ! It was a nip and luck affair throu^n ; out Ihe Kiiine with Owens Druy iret- Mlug six runs in the first innint; ; and Phillips gelling five rinw i:i ; their half. Both tennis got tw r o t:il- • lies in Ihe .second. Then Philli;>s , look Ihe lead ill the fifth when ; three men scored. But Manayer ; ?ilaekard's Cowboys came uack in ' iheir half of the sevenlli lo .score i Jour inns. With two men out in the j last of (he seventh Manager ]!»; .shaisf's Phillies looked like a b.'aien I club when lierlon Hampton walked, ; .Joe iMeClure got on by an ei rer. i Hampton scored on II. Besharsc's '• .single for the tyjni? score and ,Mc- j Clnrc rounded homo plate on 13. v lirown's .sin;;le for Ihe winning run. , Marion Cay was the Phillies wins ntng pitcher and Ted Plslur i!ie J loser. Kacli team got nine hits. PAGE FIT* Brooklyn Errors in Scouting Brings Novel Baseball Mix-up NEW YORK, June 21. (U! v i — Brooklyn, believe il or no*, was mixed up In the American League ppiinunt race today because ol l\vo home-grown leftys who gut away from the fur-flung Dodger scouting .system and went to pilch fo/ Ihe Browns and Hcd Sox. i The pace-selling Red Sox first were glad but now they're mud at Ihe liicoklvn bird dogs who go cln-'- ing Inlenl all over llie land bin couldn't find a prize pair of tads who were litlle more lhan a Iruikr,' liop from Ebbcl.s Field. The Hed Sox chortled when fat Mickey Harris from Queens Villain 1 . N. Y.. came back from ihe Army and started winning ball grimes whh regularity. That the Dodgers had overlooked him dkln'l concern tlu-m in the least. Hut when Brooklyn-born Sam Zodak prolonged their road trip slump at St. Ixniis last night by shutting them out with four lilts. ?. to 0, the Red Box hud reason lo wish that the Dodger scouts might have found him first. Zuldak. Ihe kind of a pitcher iluu bailers swear at because In- seems to have "plenty of nothing." was the second stmight Brownie lo shut them out as they dropped nil three t4iim»s of the scries, in which they scored only one run. Jack Kramer lie-it them, T lo 1 and Hob Muiicne,'' blanked them, 1 to 0 before Zoldnk's | performance last night, V.old'ik per! milled only one runner lo ,;< ( l>> 'second and he was picked off bi.-e. The Yankees cul Muslim's !e;:il 'o six and a half games by dlvklhi'- :,t Chicago. The White Sox beat Chandler. -3 to I in the opener. MI-'.ling all their rims on a donbl? l;v Hal Trosky as Hill Uiclririi mis < : i a sliutoui when Charley Keller hi' j a liomi'v. Floyd Hevcns tnrni'd in a I tj to 1 victory in llie second .-an:.- LIFEGUARD'S TIPS FOR SAFETY IN SWIMMING \I T ATI:K ' ' nixt \Vols Lose Two \ln Atlanta as ^Lookouts Win [*, ATLANTA, Oa., June 21. (UPi — rjiriic Nashville vols, who moved IP.- I ^ to Atliintn two days ago to clml- ;Ieiij;e the Crackers for (he Southern j; Association lead, today found thorn •!. °elvcs citiht. full games behind the i leaders and with a fight on their f hands to keep out of the second 1 * division. l i: kccs made il safe lor liii llnee runs in the firsi iiiiiui'; Detroit accounted for vri'oi: n! it.-. runs on homers by Kddic Lake. Cireenbcri!. liobbv Swift ami iii|< h. r Di/'/y Trout in beatini; llie'in". Athletics, il lo 2 for Hie nln'li slraight lime tills year. Tro'il :: vie- lory was his seventh. Hank Kdwavds singled heir." George Case willi (he winniiv: van in tile ninth as Cleveland \v ni a night name at Washington. I to :t. Tile Cardinals exploded f.i.- an eight i'un inning at Huston, lira'in:: the Ur'uvi's D to 1. Brooklyn's Kirby Hii'.be won his seventh straight and luckless Ni Strincevicli lost ills sevenlh in a r, as Die D,id[;crs topped (he vlsilin.". I'irate.s, 7 to :i to stay a gam. 1 ami a half ahead of St. Louis. 1 The Chicago at Philadelphia double header in the N'ational v;.l > rained out. ! Mich l:i!i, dean of the 1 Ml'iiinpal Lifi i . i: ;' r d Training :'in;is!> <i[ i |, , | N, w Ynil; C'itv | : V|):n lim nl L> f Sup. T visor '.'. (J II' i' y. n i:u:irc!s at H Many Cars Defective, Police Surv«y Shows LITTLE HOCK. Ark.. Juno 21. (U.l'.>— Arkansas vui'iitloinsls, nnti I'vi'ryiiuy drivers, were wuviieil (o- luy by the sliile |xillce l« chirk heir airs before slaillng on n trip >r sliorl. <li'lv«. Cu]il. Frniik McOlblxmy nil- lounml lu'l'V thill of 0,1 RO curs cheeked by Avkiinsiis SI»U> Police since May 15, about 7& per com were defective. Mi'Olubony's figures showed 1.- J94 vvhlclos wltli deledIve bnikei;, move tlinn 10W with no liorn.sonii> 1.300 without windshield wipers with unreliable Mies mid IWO with oilier obvious detects. r 1 .•I ay B<>;ich, ih< I protected uiilK area sv.irhi, Mr. nl k i n has l.'il salVly rules fi'iiii !V years iif •if j:ti:ini and chief, lie holds York's Medal ol Valor for Sun a nil writer are ei|U;illy ilanferoos In (lie swlm- iner. To ;u'<i»iiT a golilrii lau. l;ike a bnlllr of sun- lan lotion to (lie beach and use It l're':ueiuly. T.ik llie MIII in sniull iluse.s. for swim- -- i .mi- "still r. rliiiR (ft the a .swimmer r an intUited elies'es their i The Crackers whipped the Vols I t'.'.ice last night. 4 to 3 and 1C Ijto n and the Vols arc now Due. tone uaine ahead of Chaltunoosa : n game and n half in front n: Memphis and but two games in advance of the fifth place New Orleans Pelicans. The Crackers took the first game last nish t as Shelby Kinney tossed a four-hitter for his ninth win oi the year. In the second Kame, tlic Crackers hammered out IB hits to allow Southpaw Earl McOowan to coast to his llth win of the season. At Birmingham. Charley "Greek" George .made his 194G Southern Asscciation debut by catching trie entire Bailie for the Chattanoogn ! onkouls who scored five runs in the last three JTmings to whip Ihe Buroiis G to *• The Barons were able to gee only two hits during the entire game off three Lookout hurlers but .put them together with walks to f /Bit! re their rour runs. Larry BruuKe receiver! crcdt for the win_',vhllc Bill Blue, the second of four Baron hurlers, was charged with the loss, At Mobile, the Memphis Chicks scored five runs in the third lu- ning nnrt two more in the fourth lo hand the Dears a 7 to 4 whipping. The Mobile runs came in the seventh inning when pinch-hitter Sam Narron homered with the bases loaded. At New Orleans, southpaw Jesse Danna scattered nine hits to sUut- oui Litlle Rock ^ to 0. New Orleans secured. IS hits including homers by Bev Slrickland and Ed Lavignc. Tonight, the teams continue their series with single games. Anti-Trust Phase Of Sports Studied Baseball and Boxing Come Under Scrutiny Of Attorney General WASHINGTON. June 21. <Ul'> — Assistant Attorney General Wendell Bcrge said today he would study professional boxing and major league baseball to determine whether anti-trust laws were bc!ny violated. The interest of Berge. chief of the justice department's anti-trusi, division, was disclosed to the United Press in the wake of charges Dy Rep. Donald L. O'Toole, D.. N. V.. that ' Wednesday's heavyweight championship bout was a scandalous "swindle" on ihe uubllt:- Bcige said lie would look into the power which Mike Jacobs. New York fight promoter, holds over the professional boxing world to determine whether lie constit'Ues a monopoly. Baseball Standings SOUTHERN MwUHlB W. L. Atlanta ............. .l(i 24 Nashville- ........... ;ti no chiitlanooga ........ :^(> " 33 rot. I .cm, .5:11' ,S'J2 i .sir, j New Orleans ........ :H Mobile ............... :lo Birmingham ....... 2B nock .......... an AMKUICAN LEACUK W, -13 :n . sa a;i . 20 lie :u Pel. .72!) .Ii07 Turning to baseball, Berge sain he believed a re-study of tliat sport was in order in view or changed conditions and new Interpretations of Ihe anti-trust laws that have come .since the Supreme Court ruled in 1922 that professional baseball, despite th« constant interstate travel involved, was not in interstate commerce. Berge expressed concern with the recent rule made by the big leagues against players who jumped their contracts to go to the Mexican League. The leagues ruled that thesa players were barred from big league, baseball in the united States lor live years. *> J|l O'Toole demanded that the pursc-s of Joe Louis and Billy Conn D» held up by the New York State Boxing Commlsson pending a commission investigation. He said UK inquiry should cover the control Hot Shot Golfers Face Tough Rounds in Toledo TOLEDO. O.. June 21. <UP)- Llr>yd Mangrum, who won the na- ,'VPna] open under enough prcs- " sure lo operate a IG-wheel locomotive, found that there was no escape from hot water today when he and his partner, Lawson £,iU!2, drew the pace setters in the second roun<] of Ihe Inverness Invitational best ball gold meet. In the feature round match ol - the competition. Mangrum and Little, a couple of CaUfornians. play a pair of Texas hot-shots. Ben Hr.pan and Jimmy Dcmarct who led yesterday's comuelition by four points over the field. Read Courier News Want Ads. Visit Our New Recording Studio! \Vc have ins(ailed the very latest Equipment for Recording Voices, Hand and Orchestra Uusic and Messages. We also Rent Sound Kqiiipmcnt for Indoor and Outdoor Events. BLYTHEVILLE RADIO SUPPLY Wholesale Only Phone 407 112So. 1st St. Ice Cold Watermelons Peaches Blytheville -CURH .MARKET 130 East Main Street \V. US 2 34 2 27 :>. 2fi '.'. . ret. Boston -. New York Detroit Washington St. Louis Cleveland Chicago Philadelphia . NATIONAL Brooklyn St. Louis Chicago Cincinnati . • .... Boston New Yin k 'hiladclphia . ... Yesterday's Results SOUTHKKN LEAGUE Memphis 7, Mobile 3. Chnttnnoujja (3. Bii iiiiiu;liain 4. New Orleans 7. Litlle Rocfc 0. Atlanta -1-1(1. Nashville :i-fi. AMERICAN LKAGDi: ]>:lioit 3. Philadelphia 2. Chicago 3-1, New York 1-3. Cleveland •!. Washington 3. Boston 2. St. Louis 0. NATIONAL l.KAC.lli: Brooklyn 7. Pittsburgh 'i. SI. Louis !). Boston 1. Cbicago at Philadelphia, rain. Only games scheduled. hat Jacobs has "not only cover Conti and Louis but also over the. entire Ixixing industry in the UnU.- ed states." i ;,ch lliem lo s\vnn .;t' r, In- says, and nil walrr winj;.s. lie also conlcnds lhat expo.siiro i ihe sun can l>r as lian^crons -. cru * It ssni ss in Ihe water. "Toti i:iny people lake a look nl the ri>iizc-skiniU'<l life RLiciril." Mr ',< il .u1'< itl saiU, "and expecl U: nine hum,, ihe firs! day with :' 0:11 of t;m liko his." Takr the sun in small doses al his expert advice. Ant the skin liy applying liiliun before exposure is use of a bottle of sun v/iil avoid a painful sun aiv r.onie of Mr. Borotl ules f<ir -safi- s\\'itiiniinij a 1 raeli, tin- pond or the pool '.vini in proU'fted areas v'niil tot- intK-li sun atul nso tlt- of ,'iuntati lotion for addt 1 lrcliiill. swimmor Freight Train Delays, , Firemen Rushing to Stop a $100,000 Fire SIlimvKl'OKT, LH,, June 21. i HI'.)--A blit. hiul frclKhl train was blumi'd loday for fire diim- avr;> cMlimiled at $100,000. I V'lro Chief S, J. Mores said the I bla/f which broke out at the j Bluoveporl. 1'iihil niul Varnish Co. \vuulil liiivp been brouislit under control much sooner If his men' had-not been .held ui/ t>y the CASH BUYERS for YOUR PROPERTY! For a quick Hale s«e me. 1 have buyers tor List your propt'ity with me. My commission to $%.... I haw no sidelines. H. C. CAMPBELL Office 120 Hu. Second Phrnw* iM •* HOt Wail al leasl one hour Don't Vie a "eh: -avoid lonji disl Don't dive unless you know thi eplli of the walor. Don't leave children loo ) ciild water. Don't he an acrobat at the each or pool. Don't duck others—il's us fun. in surf battling, don't dive o\'or' ,wa\v—it may be shallow on the illier side. Never buck tiro cuiTonl or lido. Swim diagonally to it. Swim parallel to Ihe shore,, not way from it,Keep away, from piers and Jeep .water, doesn't mean imininij. The lOUli Olympic tryouts were held in four and one Half feet of water. Don'l rely im personal judgment. Aak a f'uard for information about 'llie- beach, current.'!, bidden rucks and'holes. And as an rxlra- precaution for Ihuse \', p l)o like pools. Mr.. lio;'od- km ni\'e.s liiese "don't" rules; (1) Don't run on wet lile. (2) Don'l lake a ruiminji dive oft Ihe side of a pool. (:i) Don't swim under divine, boards. Loy Eich Team Heads League Oi Softballers The end of Ihe second week of play in the softbul llea^ue sponsored j by Ihe niytlieville 'Y' found Jbe Loy [ Kich fj'bi'Vrolel teiim in undisputed | poss! ssinn of first place wltli (wo i games won and none losl. Six ollirr j learns were tied and the cellar position v;as belli by the Ark-Mo | I'owcr aRKicgation. The .standings: Lrr.' I'ich Clievrolel Pliillilis Motor Co. . MoiitL;ni!iery Waril . Saliba Wholesale ... Hays' Store Owens' Drug Store . O. fi. Cab Ark-Mo Powei \V. L. Prt. .:>. u i.uiiu 1 .M!) .510 .500 GASOLINE .WO .COD Nulivcs of foualoiial Africn use iiiuH r»nis. Iwo fret in length, iiujih'k'tl iiflL't' a throwing kuilc iiui inatlr of iron. Terry Abstract & Realty Co. Abstracts of Title — Lands — Loans 213 W. Walnut Phone 2381 Top Prices for Cattle, Hogs Short haul — Less shrinkage and no commission means more money for your livestock. BUTCHER'S ABATTOIR Phone 3458 LEO SWSFT Today's Games SOUTHERN LFAOUK Meni))lils at Mobile, nlnhl. Cliultnnnoiin at Mrmlii|;ham. Litlle Rock at New Orleans. Nashville at Atlanta. NATIONAL I.EAGUK Pittsburgh nl Boston, nli;ht. St. Louis nt Brooklyn, night. Cinclnnali at Phllndelphla, nlijlit ChlciiKu at New York. AMERICAN I.KAftUE Philadeplbla at Chicago, night Washington at si. Louis. nl|;ht. Boston at Cleveland. nl|Mil. New York at Detroit/ We offer you a complete banking service: •k Crop Production I- if Farm Loans if Chcckiiii; Accounts •k Savings Accounts it I'or.SOIKll I.oilllH A- C'ommorciiil Loans *• lOvnry Sorvicc Uml organized National shoulil render A WKLLY> Yes Sir! Aimiuy that good, new Skeliy High-Octant Gasoline has given new xip, power and pep to thousands of old cars. You've got a real thrill coming when you try a tankful , . . and today is a mighty good time to STOP |N AT THE SKELLY SIGN ALIEN PETROLEUM COMPANY Marketers Phone 2005 of Petroleum Products Blythevilie, Ark. Dorit Say Bread Say • • • HART'S Bread Crop Looks Good, eh! If You Need Some More Money ... You'll find this a Friendly, Under- st.imllng Bank and the vacant clmlr beside each officer's desk Is a silent Invitation for you to sit down und talk over your business problems with them at any time. Well try to lirlp you. Were Ready to Help You! We believe in the future of this section of the country . . . and we believe in the Farmers of this section . . . We want to do all we can to help produce more and better crops. Many a good crop has been a partial failure due to lack of sufficient money to carry it through. Don't let this happen to you this year. Get a crop loan from this Friendly Bank and be prepared for emergencies! These loans are made at a very reasonable rate of interest and you repay in the Fall when you market your crop. Come in and let's talk it over today! The First National Bank THE ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN MISSISSIPPI COUNTY MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM MEMBER FJ>.I.C.

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