The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 21, 1947 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 21, 1947
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an BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WRDNKSDAY, MAY 21, Hew York Giants (pad in National S! , .,.:- , » ' t Cincinnati Reds Defeated 9 fp >!;'Johnny Miic is Star Sez You I/ "Destiny, v^lfch desertc'd"Manager He! Ott of~1Jxe Giants" almost" ex- .actl> two. \cat£-&go, ke))t-w : belated- date will) him'today and the little le&dei v*as hoping, she.* Svou'lH.'stay around. ' .., —* • For the Ginn'.s were in first place'again. They moved'lip a few perccnlage__i;ciiUs...a!iwd ol the Chicago Cubs last night by banging out a l5'-iiit, 9 to 1 triumph over the 'Reds^ at'Cinrfjih'ati." as Xfonder boy Clint -Hnrhtng scored his second 'big league victory as a pitcher after failjug to click as an outfielder. , It was- back- in 1945 \vhen the Giants became afire with pennant fever, It) lirst place then by a three-game niargiu, everything went wrong and on June 13 they sur, rendered', it. never to get' theic again—until last night. 'llartung scattered eiBht hits and after thf Reds scored ' their run in the spcond ho was in no l,ur- ther troub'e. Johnny -Mize boosted his batting average "G points lu •*.359 with" four hits, two of them doublet, v.hile 'Walker Cooper.'drove in-four runs to lead the attack Hartung,]a hitter of note himself, got a riirging triple and a single The Pirates, only a game out of the leatf themselves, yet still in fourtlj y>lncc, closed in on the third place Braves by defeating them, 4 m 3 in 10 innings on Hnnk Greeuber^'s run-scoring single. | .'LQuniei'Frey, cast adrift by Cincinnati, hit a pinch-single with the bases loaded to give the Cubs a 3 to 2 IHh inning victory over the ' f Phillies at Chicago.-.Harry Walker.- In National Open Meet traded from the 1 Cards because he * couldn't >U. led the Phils with NEW YORK. May 21. (UP)—A four singJes and boosted his aver- field of 1,350 golfers was entered age to .#», tops for both leagues, today for (he National Open Tour- Keel Cox .Move Up nnment in which only 171 players The «ecl Sox moved to within actually can complete and only game of the leading Tigers in one man can win The entry list, second largest,hi .... . ,e history of the open, was an- liams tying MiZ3 for the major nounccd by the u. S. Golf Asso- league home run lend as -.lie ciatiou, 'which shld that all but smashed .his loth. ! 45 would have to play lu sectional Cleveland three in a row ; over the Yankees breaking n 2 to '2 tie with', two runs in the eighth on:Eddie .Robinson's double wliicfi scored the "marginal fun in a 4 to 2 victory^ Charley Keller hit ills eighth hpmer for the Yankees. The Browns emerged with an -1 to 1 victory over the Athletics nt Barons Defeat Mobile Bears In C/ose Gome ATLANTA, Gil.. May 21.'(UP) — Mobile's erratic Hears edged half 11 game closer to the league-leading, New Orleans Pelicans in the South-1 ern. Afscclatlon race today'by v lr-' tue of a belated victory over (lie Birmingham Barons. •'• • I Mobile dropped a close I 'to 0 verdict to the Barons in a regularly scheduled contest last night, but. won the engagement that'was lefi unfinished Sunday. Mobile's victory. l>y a B to 2, I'core represented the ftnnl two innings of Sunday's contest which was called by officials, when play-, ers'stalled and trate fans hurled hundreds of cushions on the play- Ing field. In the regularly, scheduled game, ilihnincham's Alex Honay shutout the Hears by allowing only four hits. The Atlanta crackers, loosed a five-run attack In the first Inning to down the New Orleans Pels 9 to 2. ' Doc Prothro Injected a new shot of pitching talent for his Memphis Chicks ami the liluft Citians (urn- cd hack Chattanooga (i to '.>.. Al Weilaiul. a new Prothro addition tft the Chicka.smv fold, allowed But] Nlehoffs lads four hits. , Nashville's scheduled doublehend- er at Little Rock was postponed bf- .causc or rain, and .a twin-bill will probably be on the schedule tonight at the, Pebs home-park. Be Wrong Chisox Catching Roster Reduced By More Injuries WASHINGTON, May 21 (UP) — The Chicago White Sox were left with only one second-string catcher on their roster today when George (Skeets) Dickey was side-lined with a broken finger suffered in a game against the Washington Senators last night. : Dickey, brother of former Yankee Manager Bill Dickey, was forced to leave the game In the eighth inning when struck by a foul tip off the but of Jim (Mickey) Vernon, Senator first sticker. Joe Stephenson, only catcher with big league experience on the club, relieved him. Mike Tresh, the white Sox number one receiver, suffered a fractured ankle when he took a mis- ptcp rounding first base against the St. Louis Browns on April 28. Manager Ted Lyons said today Trcsh won't he back for "another :wo weeks at least." I JohnnyWoin itlnslrales for Al Bai'licli after dccislon'uftllo plate at Crosley Field. "The calchci jnjn'.lc-cl (he l>;ill <)n hi:; arm," shouts, the Reds' manager. "Like.- Urn;—see!" Umpire- \vns not jeonyinccdj, as usual, but Cineinnali cloutediHrooUlyii, 7-3. Haclt- _-,--_. gj^^ - s r} tL ,,; C .T.\| w;ll : t j 3 O f DodgCrS. 7,350 Golfers to Play the American with an 8 to 3 victory T over them which fouhu\ Uie BASEBALL STANDINGS SOUTHERN LEA,GUE W. Ij. Philadelphia. The 'White Sox made it four straight over the Senators at Wash-. ington, winning 1 to 4 but losin New Orleans . '-.Mobile '. .' .Chattanooga . 25 12 Birmingham , the services of their only top ,r , ' „' " drawer catcher,«George.. Dickey, who suffered a broken-finger.- Washing-1 ton look;n 4 to:fr;lead by taiocV:-j; ing out- 1-fdgar $nntli "jh "f;ric"6p"cn- / ing inning but Chicago came back with fiv<5 runs in the next two innings and breezed to a tlo-hit victory. Belief Pitcher Earl Harris! was the winner. Luke Appling, one of five players who made two hits, sot: two doubles. , 'Brooklyii at St. Louis was rained *"• out. •" , , ulllc - 20 1C in 18 '.13 17 15 21 13 I'D 13 22 . NATIONAL York Chicago . Enstoti . . LEAOll • W. lE .V L. is H Pet .671) .011 .550 .514 A'Xi .417 .WK .311 P'ct. :yn .571 Polly Rilcy Retains Lead In Tr,ans-Miss Tourney NE\V ORLEANS. May 21. (UP)— •"cclnll'i. Polly pllcy. ):oo-poohlng the belief that the top qualifying «i'ifcr leaves her best uanie behind when chips-down match play competition begins, was the one to neat today In tin; nth Annual Trnns-MissiFsinpi Women's Tourna- mcnt after an iinprcssive first round victory. Miss Riley of Fort Worth, breezed to a 7 and n victory over a fellow Texan, Mi's. Ben Bart of Houston, and was favored to repeat her triumph today over Mrs. Thomas Lindley ot New Orleans. Mrs. Und- ley eliminated Mrs If. L. Reynolds of Ailstin, Tex., 5 and 4. Court. Rejects Slayer's Motion ior a Nev/ Trial 'FA.YETTEVlLLE. Ark., May 21. (UP)—Troy Dehiney totlay was denied n new. trial by Circuit Judi;e Manpln Cujunu'ngs in Washington Circuit Court on charges oi murder in the death of rtged David Cough, cemetery nightwalchman. Dclaucy took the -stand yesterday and saiil lie was not near Brooklyn . ( •Fhiladclphip. V .. Cincinnati . ^'.. Yesterday's Star : —Johnny Mi?.e of the Giants, who made four hits including 1 , two doubles mid boosted his average 26 points to .359 as New York took first place with a 9 to 1 victory over the Hcds. IS 13 13\11 11 -13 15 15 .... la li, \ .410 B 18\ . .333 .570 Georgia Tech Blasted AUBUHN. Ala., 'May 21. (UP) — Auburn Timers held n 17 to 4 victory lociay, over Georgia Tech's baseball nine. The Tigers poui'.lcd out is hit.s and. topped their scoring Kith, a-10 run rally in the sixth tnju'ng. , v - Don I t:ike ouf wottl. Ask scotil^ nf 1'J inajtn k-iigiu- clubs of flu-ir iiiti.-) est iu M;itty Him si'ii, MicliiHan Slate Colk'Bc siioi tsl',»i» v.-hosc- slHii-^un aim and -HIO hulling ;IVCT:IK»-' niai i him ;in iiUervsiiJiy prospect. Postmasters of Arkansas Meet in Little Rock UTTI.R HOCK, Ark., May 21. (UP) -The Arkansas Chapter of Cough's house the night of the killing. The judge denied the motion for n new trial on the grounds that no new evidence was pre .scried. Rickenbacker Sets Record Map shows how Capt. Eddie ffickenbacker 'and 30 newsmen in four- motored Lockheed Constellation flashed across the country to establish a new west-east record in 6 hours, 55 mlniics. 31 2^5 seconds, nickcn- foacker lopped 18 minutes 28 3/5 seconds off previous record ol Pan American DC-6 made March 23. (NBA Telephoto.) of Helena, state president, presid- the National 'Association of Post-1 masters will close its two-day meeting here today. •• . The annual convention openod yesterday with Kenneth 13. Lasswell ing. were Hal McNutt of Stilhvater, Okla., national executive committee-man; I. c. .Bellville, finance superintendent of the Little Rock post office; diaries TSTul, Little 'Rock postal inspector; W. L. Noah. St. Louis postal spector. Your heart beats approximately 40,000,050 times annually. PICNIC COOLERS A 2000-hp, ram-jet airplane motor so light one man can lift it is' predicted. AMERICA^ '' Yesterday's Results SOUTHERN LEAGUE Night jjames: Mcnipbis G; Chattanooga 2. Nashville at Little Rock, postponed, rain. Binninghnm_I, Mobile 0. ' Atlanta" 9. New Orleans 2. NATIONAL LEAGUE Chicago" 3, Philadelphia 2 (U in nings) . >: ... Pittsoujgh 4, iBoston 3 • (10 in nings). " Brookly)i at St. Louis, rain. New York 9, Cincinnati 1. Detroit . Bsctor. . ... Cleveland . Chicago . Philadelphia New York . Washington St. Louis . . LEAGUE w. r, .... n ir, ..... 17 12 .... 13 10 .... 1C 14 13 IS 12 14 10 15 10 18 .5H! .533 .•104 qualifying rounds in 20 localities | $ on June 2. I Out of the sectional rounds will | emerge 12C low strokcsters who will t- compete the field for (he 47111 open ln which will bo held over the swanky St. Louis Country Club layout .on June I'J^ 13. iind 14. Among flip 45 exempt players arc 11 forme]- winners of the open, Including War-Hero Lloyd Maiigrum, the defending champion, who took the title last year at Cleveland AMERICAN liEAGUF. Cleveland 4,,^Ncw York 2. Boston •«, Detroit, 3. St. Louis ll.-Philadclphia 1. , Chicago^ 7, Washington 4. 'Today''s Games SOJJTHERN l^AGUE Cliattanooga at Memphis, night Nashville aULiltle Rock. Neyv Orleans at- Atlanta. -Mobile Jit Birmrngham. AMERICAN LEAGT3E Cleveland afNo-^ York. •". Detroit'at liosJoVi.""' St. Louis at "Phifa'dclphla. Chicago 0 at Washington, night. $74.23 (including tax) Coco-Colo Bottling Co. 611-15 W. Ash St. Phone 2047 WEST END AUCTION SALES Lost Boy Garage Highway 18 West ' '. . Blytheville, Ark. NATIONAL' LEAGUE New York at Cincinnati. Brooklyn at St. Louis, night.' 'Boston 'at Pittsburgh, .night.' Philadelphia.'atrohicagd, night. Strawberries i •Home Grown . R. Randolph •Gfear i Lake 4:10 a.m. 2:45 p.m. BUSES DAILY TO MEMPHIS 8:10 a.m. 5:50 p.m. BUSES S T . 9:45 a.m. 9:05 p.m. 11:50 a.m. 10:10 p.m. DAILY LOU TO IS 3:30 a.m. 3:10 p.m. 9:40 a.m. 5:14 p.m. 12:10 p.m. 10:40 p:m. 1 1 Bus (Local) to S1KESTON 5:40 p.m. Bus (Local-) to Caruthersville 7:40 p.m. Local Greyhound Bus Depot 109 North Fifth St. Phone 441 Time Changed This..Picture You may not oven veiwniljer when plowing was a l>fick-br«ikiii}r jol), doiii' with a hand plow. Modern INTKRNAT1ONAI. 1IAIIVKSTER and McCOHJIICK- DKHRING Kami Jiiu-liinory lias changed the picture for you—inniio it possible for yon lo get bigger crops. More modern imprnvemi'nts in'farm machinery are boinjj niatle all of the time l>y these two great names —look to them for iraiU'rshin, and to OKI/FA IIU- PLKJIUNTS INC. for all your farm machinery needs! We Repair and Recondition All Types I'arm .Machinery—See US! DELTA IMPLEMENTS Inc. 23,1 p.m New anil Used Cars . . . Tires . . . Tubes . . . Accessories . . . Furniture Farm Implements,. . . New Army Surplus Goods New 600x16 Truck Tires Can be Bought for New Tubes New 600x16 Passenger Tires '. . . . $14.50 $2.25 $11.00 Many ilems sold here . . . Housewives are cordially invited Good Se;;1s Avcilahle If you have some dead merchandise, call 941 for information. Many car If .you have some dead merchandise, call 5)51 for information. Many car Register Your Car Before 12 A. M. Friday, May 23 The public is cordially invited &im^ 312 South 2nd Phone 863 INTERNATIONAL Trucks PROFIT fly Reading the Classified Ada Every Day! 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