The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 24, 1946 · Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT Tigers Trounce Reiser 5 to 3 Game is Featured By Duel Between Clubs' Star Hurlers The BJylhevjJJc Tiger Independents are back in Hie win column today after n 5 to 3 victory over the Reiser Independents there yesterday. Keiser scored first in the tlilr. Inning when Vcrnon Felts )ilt a double . and then scored on Sen- lev's single. Blythevlllc came ba-k In their half of the fifth to push two runs across tlie plate when Jack Lamte doubled, Frank Ellis singled to score Lafllte and then stored htmsclf on an error. / ,Blytheville was never in (rouble after that, with Jim Lutes scoring two runs and Billy Chr.pmun scoring another. Kefser made two runs In the eighth with Scnters and Moss scoring on Weldon's single. The contest was a pitching due] between Prank Ellis, the Tiser ace and Lee Weldon, stm- hurler fo-' Reiser. Both men allowed nine hits each liiit Ellis had better support and Reiser's hits were scattered while BlytheUllc hit In the pinches. Both pitchers went the distance for their teams and Ellis was Hie winner ar.d Wcldon the loser. Jack Lnfittc led the Blythevlllc hitters with a double nnl two .'in- Rles In four trips to the plate while Seniors and Moss tied for balling honors with both Betting two hits in four tries. Both teams had eight runners left on base. Ellis walked one man and struck out five while Wcldon retired ten. Box Score Phillies Lose Defeatist Attitude And Pile Up List of Victories BLYTHEVILLE (ARK,)' COURIER NEWS BLYTHEVILLE J. B. Stabbs, rf 4 B. Delong, ss 5 A. C. Bunch, cf 5 J. H. Lutes, 3b 5 B. Chapman, c 4 B. Meharg, Ib 4 A. Crowe, 2b ... 3 a. Latltte, If ""," 4 P. Ellis, p . ' " 4 V. Wilson, ab ... . i J. Reed, rf i AB R H PO A 0 0 1 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 000 243 1 i 0 1 0 1 5 0 13 3 1 0 •0 4 0 0 0 2 1 I I) 0 Totals . REISER McLean, If 5 Ellis, Ib '.'.'.'.'.'. 4 Senters, ss ...4 Moss, 3b ... Weldon, p Brock, 2b . While, cf .. Griffon, rf V. Felts, c Barber . 0 0 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 10 0 000 NEW YORK, .nine 24. (UP)—No one has started >'el to call manager Ben chapman of the Phils .he 1946 "Miracle Man" of the ma- tors, but (here was more trmn one reason to think today that It might noi be such a bad Idea at hat. Beaming nen hns a long way to Bo before lie can duplicate the feat of the original miracle man, George Stalling.?, w ho brought his iffH Boston Braves to a pennant and world series triumph after they were In last place on July 20. Chapman, however.' is better off than that already. He has thc Phils In sixth place, only a Kruno and a half out of the first division'find 10 games behind thc first plnci: Brooklyn Dodgers. That may DC considered a minor miracle In It.vir ill Philadelphia where the tans can't forget that no Phllly outfit has finished above .seventh since 1M2. The Phils tire playing the lies', ball In (he National League 1 with 11 wins, six defeats and n tie for a mark of .730 In their lu.st 24 games. They have dropped I heir old defeatist attitude and arc convinced they can lick nny dub In the league. "The boys are talking about since hits Instead ot blondes." Chapman ilj). "I think It Is a hopeful sign " Ourfrw After 23 Innings The Phils had ( a | )c satisfied w|!h a 5 to 4 12-inning win and a 3-nll le In 11 innings against Clncl'i- lali yesterday, the second game being cnlbd when the Sunday Pennsylvania curfew halted JHO- :ccdlngs. Jim Tnbor broke up the Irst game with n homer after Del Ennls put the Phils ahead with a two-run homer in (h 0 sixth. Ennls also homered In thc second, but Important series with the Cardinals two and n |,;ilf j.amc.5 In front by winning (lie finale. 4 to 2 ai Brooklyn ,,s rookie Joe flatten had thc better of Harry Ilrrchecn in a duel of left-handers. Two triples by nixie Walker, who score n run mid drove In another, , Dodgers who look thc paced in? scries livo Barnes to one. Buster Adania hit a Cardinal homer. The Braves made H four In r. row over thc Pirates, sending them Into last place with 4 to 3 and 4 to o victories at Boston. The Giants blasted Iholr way out of la.st ploce with a 15 to 10 win over (ho cubs at New York highlighted by a nine-run Inning In which Mickey Wliek hit a criinct slam homer. Thn Cubs retaliated, winning ihe second game, 9 to 4. although Ilnnk Horowy was kno-k- cd out O f the box for lh» seventh straight time. Tlie Red Sox won Uvo at Cleveland, to 1 and n to 0 behind the alr- IRht Ditching of MIckev Harris and Hill Zither. Tlie Yankees hit six homers to °P the Tigers at Detroit. 10 '08 in II Innings, Tommy Henileh's second blast in the ilih Inning providing the victory margin. The White gox R nd A's spill nt Chicago. Orval Grove's six-hilter gave Chicago the npcncr. «to 1 as Don Kolloway contributed a homer to !ho M-hit attack. Unnuu Harris pitched the A's to a five-hit, 0 to 1 triumph in thc secoiyl game which he sewed up with n three-run Jiom- Dell Nine Beats Promised Land Barrage of Hits in First Two Innings Cinches Victory A fast and hard-hitting n,.|i **all team defeated Srom™ nd on th c victor's diamond auii- ay afternoon by „ 15-5 score Jack Holmmvj started and won 'he game for Dell, although he "ceded relief from c. A. Smith m the seventh. Herman nitte.iberry, Promised Land right-hander, suffered Ms nisi, defeat in four starts. Ritten| berry Ihe Biytheville Legion Juniors Win Sunday Game With Caraway MONDAY, JUNK 24, 1'9'IG n . lylll . cvi1 ! 1 <> Jl >' 110 '- American two free oases. .. 1 baseball (e:un Is schedul- d to piny a sirens Hoi Springs Junior nine tomorrow :it Walker Park. The game lime Is set at 3 o'clock. Lcroy Slanberry Is scliediijed to start on the moustl and p L> FOS- tcr behind the plnle for the 'locals Hot Springs hr.s played such strong tennis an Little Hock, Tulsn Oklahoma city ana Springfield, Mo. tills season. The lilythcvilk. Juniors defeated '.nc Caraway Juniors by an 8 to 5 margin there yesterday. Ulythcville look an enrly lend unil lield It throughout tde game. • ° f n ' IU? - B Charley Schani- blew a 3 to 0 lend and the u«mc went into extra U>11 In us. Thc dodgers came ed Thc Browns and Senators elivlcl- I at St. Louis. Washington took the opener, 7 to 4 making 18 hits "ff four Brown pitchers as Mickey llacfncr pitched steadily l<, win. Vernon Stephens helped ihe Browns lo « 7 10 H victory with a two out of their inn homer In the second game. Blakely Takes Hornet's Spot On Mat Show Ted Hell and Gene Blakelcy are: paired together to Inutile, willi 40 R 9 27 H "Wild" Bill Canny and Chino Ming AB R HPOA loniBlit in a tiig inalch at the region Arena in the mnln event ol Promoter Mike Mcroney's weekly wrestling show. Blnkcley is replacing the Black 31 Hornet, who refUsed to take Ills 'mask o(f after being defeated here 2 2 Totals 37 ... Score by innings: Biytheville 000 020 keiser 001 000 the other night Wild Bill Is well known here lor his rough tactics and his Klni; Canny way of acting In the rlnc while his partner, Ming is skillful 0 21 12 and sleek. Ted Bell, a young Greek, is fast and capable of defending himself I Lutes Defeats Yarbro Yanks By 8-5 Margin In a baseball (,'amo plnyrd ve.'i- Ici'day on the Lutes diamond tt;e Ynrbi'o Yanks were defeated 8 to 5 by the Lilies Corner Hoys. Battery tor the game for Yarliro was Whittle and Rlcliatdsnn. Bile to (he Yank's errors, in the first Inning the Lutes Boys allowed Iheir lead toward 111—^ 020—3 Nashville Wins From Borons deadly tin the Irish Whin, "'"n and Lutes. Blakelcy Is big and fast and uses the hcndlock effectively. Blakcley will meet Canny, and Bell will [angle with Ming'in the two one-fall 30-minutc time limit preliminary matches. ATLANTA, CJa';, jljinci 2-1. (UPi— Back In tliclr owil part, to take up heir l'crwbJto;tf(ijsu!}.j : ir,jtl,e At- I4nta CrflHSff! |(fe t^ast ttllc Vols .could only! ^}Mj, toc<ay,j| ihat all Southern, Ass«iM!o|i bart'llots provided the friendly atmosphere an-1 intimate fences of Sulphur Dcil After a road trip only a slight Hegrec- removed from dteasl.rou-, the Vols promplly got thc rant'e Sunday and .spanked the Birmingham Barons twice, 10 to •! .iml r , to 1, and nicked one game off thc nmc-eame margin of the crackers who divided a couple at chal- tanoosa. Thc Nashville bats that had ,-one ymp when (rained on the faraway fences elsewhere around the loop —including and especially Atlanta -came to life with „ 13-hit attack against Five Baron pitchers While Hammering Hiin s Luvl)c lilt safely in his 2cth and 27th consecutive games, the Chatti- nooga Lookouts took thc first game from Atlanta 5 to 1 but succumbed \° lfhc visitors' late inning base- Hit Hurry in thc nightcap. 8 to 4 New Orleans and Memphis scored a lot of runs but neither club advanced its own cause as they s»Mt a pair at Memphis. Three Pel' can pitchers proved ineffective in tiie opener, won by Memphis 11 to nm'"^ Frc " Biges on the mound. Bill Rogers and Jim Shea collared the Clucks on six blows for a 7 to 5 victory in the nightcap. Sam Narron's homer gave Mobile tt V?,, 4 V ' Ctory '" thc flrsl B^'nc at Little Hock but the Trawlers came back to take the nightcap fo,, |'., makl "e every one of their four bits good for a tally Thc teams arc paired in dns.'c t0night Wllh " 1C «"* U ' nine the giimc. Starting; off Yanks, Griffin pitching for (he allowed four hits. When Wliittlc went in he allowed only one hit. The winning battery •, I The ynnkg will play Iheir [game against Ihe. .lone's Store nc.xt Sunday si Holland. Mo. Rend Courier News Boys LEAGUE IpioKJpri: -a'tfi Detroit. '•Nev>"YbrK L| at Cleveland. . yWnsbliiglpn-.. itt!" Chicago, ' vOnly ''" Today's Games SOUTHERN LEAGUE New Orlcais R t Memphis Atlanta at Chattanooga Birmingham at Nashville. Mobile at. Little Rock NATIONAL IEAGUB Chicago at Boston Cincinnati a t Brooklyn. Only games. TERMINIX TERMITE CONTROL Triple Guarantee 1. 0«r.nU*d by Brae* Termini: , | Gwrmnteed by E. L. Brae* c«. ""*«** •>? Sun BRUCE TERMINX CO. licensee <rf E. U Braee Co.ip.ny JtiVO YOU i re the most v;t Itt n hlc: ;i ssr ( ynur msincss has, and tht> liazan! of loss o your firm is 11 times greater ban fire. It Will l>ay Yon to Call Jack W. Powell Insurance Counsellor Mississippi County Rcpresentalivc Phone 3804 or Write Box 604 Biytheville, National Life was thc F1KST Insurance company to allow version of enriowmfnl to hisnrftn, R, Life ""• --Y"** 11 "i u I11MP'- rally In the first two Innings 1C set n riiilck ticket to the sho.vers Promised Land suffered a flcld- IIIK sluinp ycsteidiiy as they errored five times with each being f a t-il and one allowing two runs Ooll plnycd an almost a'ir-ti«h! i-'ldlng name by fumbling only once Hits did not allow a score and they played errorless ball throii(;li- out the rest of the Bainc. Doll broke away early on a 15- bit attack led by rightflelder Bob Henderson, who sot three safclles n walk out of six times at bat . Hanclall Workman was the wln- 8lvl "K "i D , ------ ^., p t,, , j^ & ui/ at; VLNI Jilts and walking two while the losers Py- tanel and Moore, were bumped for eight safeties and Pyland B av c up Ulytheville had five runner:; (ell on base and Caraway had frm, stranded. Kox Score lil/theville Baseball Standings SOUTHERN LEAGUE Atlanta . Nashville Chattanooga 37 New Orleans Memphis Mobile W. b. Pet. •••iu -'i ,11 A nnjurt lie, Dill. **Ji Jl '"'fs'itXll Close upon his heels came Jimmy Little Uock 47 25 3<i 30 34 34 35 37 42 B. Wlxson. ss H. Smith. 21) ... D. Caldwell. 3b S. Hood, if R. Workman, p P. D. Foster, c . Lutes, cf Stanberry, 7b Phillips, r; Totals Caraway: Cloves, if Woodard, if Bill Conner. 2b .. „ Bob Conner, c-lb 3 Gibson, ss .... 3 Stubblcfield, cf .. :i Brooks, if AB R If I'O A E 1 1 :i o a c 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 31 8 8 21 8 AB 1 2 3 H PO A K .-,-•-- ...., .--no ^mjii: uiiii[Tiy Mcdcinr and Buddy Armstrong with three hits out of six (rips. Promised Land's hltth 36 32 28 26 Watson. 3ii | j Reed, 7b .. •W] I Pylaml, p .on More, n .507 ' 0 0 1 0 4 1 (. 2 1 1 1 .464 .400 NATIONAL LEAGUE 41 .388 I ronnscd Land's hitting honors r,,..,,, were copped by cenlerfielder Bobby " rooltl >» Mullen, who connected for two pll| safeties out of four appearances at S , B ° ' the plate. He was followed closely ;,, ?" ' by Billy . Baker. Bill Beard and S' P'UTV Johnny Duclos, wlio each got two «™ v 1? hits out of five trips to lead an 11-hit Promised Land attack. Promised Land next Sunday will journey (o Lost Cane for n return : (fnmc with (he last Cane nine In ; Bost °n . . the first game, iv-omlscd Liind'i Ncw York • emerged victors by em 8-5 margin. .Detroit . . Washington :St. Louis . Cleveland Chicago . . Philadelphia Yesterday's Results SOUTHERN LEAGUE Memphis 11-5, New Orleans 2-7. Nashville 10-5. Birmingham 4-1 Chattanooga 5-i Atlanta 1-8 Mobile 5-1, Little Rock 4-4. NATIONAL LEAGUE Boston 4-4. Pittsburgh 3-0. Philadelphia 5-3. Cincinnati <1-: 'I-'lrst game 12 Innings: second 1 Inning tie, called, Sunday curfew IUV.) Nc w York 15-4, Chicago 10-3. Brooklyn 4, St. Louis 2. AMERICAN lEAGVr. Chicago B-l. Philadelphia 1-Q. Boston D-C. Cleveland 1-0. : Washington 7-4, St. Louis 4-7. New York 10, Detroit a <u m WASHER SERVICE Philip Krcl KIIII.I. Ir nil Knul ADAMS APPLIANCE CO., Inc. WRESTLING •^ = ^^^^ li ^™^*^ Biytheville Legion Arena Monday.. June 24, 8:15 p. m. £'"".?' 3 !1 C ',''';'* n <—Total «,-. Reserved Seal,- 12r. l.ix 3c-Tolal, 15c. Children's Scats 12 C , Tax 3c Total, 15c. Reserved Scats on Sale at the Legion Arena Every Monday From 6 p. m on Bill Canny and Chino Ming n. Ted Bell and Black Hornet Also 2 One-Fall 30-Minute Matches BLACK HORNET vs. BILL CANNY TED BELL vs. CHINO MING W. L. Pet. .... 37 22 .627 35 25 .583 31 24 .5C4 29 31 .403 26 29 .473 25 30 .455 25 36 .410 23 34 .404 AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Pet. . 45 17 .72li . 39 25 .1 .33 27 .550 . 31 28 .525 28 34 .452 . 27 35 .435 23 35 ,397 18 ' 43 .2S5 0 0 0 0 31 31 3000 3001 0001 2224 0 (I 0 0 3112 Tuesday is Deadline For Swimming Course Those who wish to lakp Junior or senior (iff saving courses in the Red Cio.,s s\v-,nning project must register no laier ihcm Tuesday inorniiii;, 10 o'clock, Mr.s. Hugh Whltsiu, water stfety chairman Siilcl today. . Tlu ; st! cliissts will be taught each -nicsclay ; ,n(| Thiir:il;iv morning by John McDowell. C'lusst-s lor adult beginners will »c taught Titci-daj- and Thursday nipht frorii 7 t,, s o'ci.Jck. Tho.*! whj \v|s|, (o icgistcr for this c! ; '.'-'i may do so Tuesday morning or call Ihe Ue<| Cross office. 'Ihc.su classes will be taught by Mls.1 Alice Saliba. As of January 1, 19.10, 31 <,f tlio governors of Hie states of Uic Union were under 54 years of age. It has been estimated that 40 inches of water fall on the earth iinnlmlly. Head Courier News Want Ads. 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