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PAGE EIGHT ;• : '5-W"$j : |H ! M Chicks Advance To Tie Lookouts Atlanrons Retain Long Lead in Top Position in League. 1^- *l~,v#*-~~ «••*•«* ATLANTA, Ga., June 25. (UP) — The batting streak of Hillls Layno, the Cliattnnoogn Infielder who )iK safely In his lust 27 ganics, was at an end today and the Lookouts founrt themselves sharing the lhlr:t p)acc spot with tin- Memphis Chicks »Tter taking an 11 to 1 beating at the hands of Ui c leading Atlanta Crackers last, night. Shelby KInncy, toiling for Uic Crackers, held the Lookouts to five safe blows In racking up his 10th win of (he season with Laync go- lu» hillcss his first, three times lip and then being hit by n pitched ball on his fourth and last trip to the plate. Tile win boosted the Crackers Southern Association lead back to nine full games as the Nashville Vols took n 15 to 8 mauling at the hands of the Birmingham Baron*. The Vcls had twice overcome Baron leads to go Into the ninth inning with the game tied up 8 to 8 only to have tile Barons put on a seven- run rally in the final frame. Bach team secured 10 hits but the Vols errored live times. On'j *>f the Vol blows was a homer by Bill Manning with the sacks empty. Don Kcrr, the last of three Boron hurlers, was the winner while Fran, cifi Toner, third of four Vo! fJIng- ers, was charged with the loss. At Memphis, Byron Cook tossed a five-hitter to shutout, the New Orleans Pelicans 8 to 0. The win moved the Chicks from fifth place past the Pelicans and into a third place tie with the Lookouts. Jesse Danna went the route for the losers, giving up 12 hits. At Little Rock, the Travelers connected safely 19 times In sink the Mobile Bears 14 to 4. The Travelers scored three runs in the first and six more In the sccpnd which allowed Bob Haney to coast So' an easy win. Lcroy Ptuml started and lost lor the Bears nml was relieved by Roland Marqunrdl in the second. The .same scries continue tonight with single games. Lutes Team Wins 70 to 6 Over Huffman Tho Lutes Independent baseball team defeated thc Huffman Independents by a 10 to 0 margin on the Lutes homo field Sunday at- lernoon. McHaffcy started on thc mount! for the Lutes team and pitched excellent ball allowing one one run until thc fifth inning when he was replaced by Clyde Lutes who'gave Huffman live runs for the remain- d*r of the game. T. Ray and Roberts were tlie losing pitchers for Huffman. J. L. Brothei's was the leading hitter for Lutes with three singles in ifour, trips t(i '-, tile plate, while Heti'son' led thc ! "HiT(fnin'h : liViUiiri wlt^ja dpub'lc and a single In four '™>s- i '! ! •' ' • • - BaseBhll Standings SOUTHERN LEAGUE W. L. Atlanta ............. 48 25 Nashville . .......... 30 Chattanooga ....... 37 Memphis . .......... 37 New Orleans ........ 3C Mcbile .............. 32 Birmingham ....... 2fl Little Rock .......... 27 AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Pet. Boston ............. 45 17 .72(j New York ........... .10 23 Detroit ............. 33 27 Washington ......... 31 29 St. Louis ........... 28 Cleveland ........... 27 Chicago . ..> ......... 21 Philadelphia ......... 18 SI 35 3fl 35 38 42 41 Pet. .658 .537 .514 .f.M .507 .457 .408 .397 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS '^^aY^llMJ 11 ^' '^•S<4 l>> '*)ijof l»e lease on the he!"Mlihr'y.Hs«" of .lh« fljcl^' 1 scorn) /our ,mi. 5 anil wo £ HtflflSl f-'jifl 0 " 6 , WEh i}"^ '•* wl ">t '»««o I- l."l GHlf.PfiUxi^yf- [nlll ii'linn 'jkibtimtn ii.nr.\>i i\,~* i.~ 1.1 . The' Dodg'ci.s' 'ahead, behind two games lo eji/- :.j ..u^ i>ft u 4 iat\s full. That .-.---. _., iso tremendous that 'atelier Mickey O\vcn dropped (ho -strike. Henrlch got on base and (he Yankees, thus given a renewal Two Softball Games Tonight In 'Y' League The Blythcville "Y" spouse,^d soitball league starts Into its third week tonight in Walker Park when the Ark-Mo Power Hcckly Kilowatts lake on Phillips 1'Iilllies ami tile Montgomery Ward Cracker- Jacks meet Mays Store. The Reddy Kilowatts are in the :c!lar |X>slUoii In the league after two losses and u o wins while their opponent, the Phillies, have won one and lost one. Bill Hankliu will probably start for the Kilowatts and Marlon Gay will be on the mound for the Phillies. The Cracker-jacks and Hays' Store uoy.s nre even-Stephen with both teams with a victory and a . Wendell Eidon Wards and Welch Hays' boys. will start ill pilch lor lor tile 42 Blyiheville Soflbdll (Batters Top 3JO Muik he ball [ in i I >-.-r Ail. Mn , 0 lU.i...r. Kwli " Hugh(a,.n K Calj Eaum, \\a ds . Wibn n \; r;ai Hu . ;;,. ill. Smui., , r c..i hall r;ame, )!l, 7 to 4. .- lor Casey ( wasn't Diat he blew up and let the Yankees win the name on "borrowed lime." ]t «-,is Unit thc Yankees also had blasted him from the mound as the losing pitcher in a relief assignment on the previous day, giving him t»'i> (irfjnls In as many nftci'tioons and In only Seven Baseball Players Killed Spokane, Wash., Team Members In Bus Accident. 5 1-3 Innings of work. All of which Is Just a bltlcr memory now lo the 32-year-old biij e»y from Huckhejul, fin., who asks "Just one chance '"to erase it. And from the .way he has been rescuing pitchers,' the rlijht-liamler who cnme to the podgurs as si licr- llagc of their ojie-tlme manager, Uncle Wilbert Uoblnson, is going to get it. Specializing In relief job* againsl toiiilh clubs, hej won his straight In Kl-lniVings yesterday, beating the Red? at Brooklyn, ii to 5 with 4 2-3! scoreless Innings. That brought hlsirccord to (i and :!. which was liU ij-on and lost mark for the entire year of 1012. the last before he went | n lo (| )c Navy. Tne Dodgers won the game when Dixie Walker walked, took second on a wild pitch and peered on Carl Furillo's single, going three games nhead of the second place Curdl- nals. Casey's specialty is control, something he lucked when Robinson, then boss at Allnnla. first snw him In 1931. lint Hobby, who alway.s had a way. .sent Ciiscy out lo throw sloucs at bottlc.s. "lilt 'cm," He said. "But always make sure they're empty first. Tlie Braves won the only other National League game yesterday, topping the Cubs at Boston, 5 to 0 on Ed Wright's five-hitter. H was their second straight shutout and fifth straight vlelory. Tommy Holmes' three-run triple clinriicci vcllory in i;,e eighth. Floyd Bevcns won hlr, third game Ru,, B. .. CJiudweil. Eurli Hi It. 1 II .j;, i^drctn;. ruin.: :.. M,, l\l v r . Ki;h '... C. McNnir, o. K. i 1 P. Bui nhani. Bich Bush, o. K. i :nb J. L. Jobn.^ .,. i!iK:i'. Scribner, Sa'iiia Gray. Salin., .... H. Tujlor, Ark Mo M. Llo>o u« t:j -V : S. Hood,- Eich ..'•'. " on the Yankee rand trip when he shut out Cleveland on four hils. 1 lo 0. outpitching hard-luck Allie Reynolds, who dropped his ninth yuiiic. Singles by Phil Ri'f.ailu and Tommy Ili'inich and Charley Kellers fly imicluced the only run in the first inning. Boston's [irsf. place margin was reduced to six ami a half games when the Red Sox fought lo a 5 to 5 draw In a twilight game nl Detroit culled after nine InnlnuA because of darkness. Detroit look .. 4 to 1 first Inning load on Pat Mnllin's giand slam homer which followed n round-trip blow by Ted Williams. Hani: GrcenbcrK also Hit a Detroit liomer. but Ihe Reel Box fought back nnd lied the score In thc ninth on Bobby Doerr's two- run double after picking up single runs in thc fifth and eighth. Chicago won a 12 to 7 sHiRglns bee from the visiting Senators de- snite five errors. Relief pitclicr Al Holllngswoith gained the victory, blanking Washlngloii for five in- iilnijs. Taft Wright and Hal Trosky each mudc three hits for the vvln- nerls. Inhere \\ere no other games .scli- cdidcd. SNCQUAI,M1K PASS, Wash., June 25. (UP)—Seven professional , baseball players were killed and ,eight were injured last night when a chartered bus careened off'a j narrow mountain road In n dny- /llng rain, plunged down a 500-Kin embankment and caught flrc.~! The bus driver also was hurt, bringing t o n ln c the total Injured. Tlie bus, carrying n members'" ot the Si»kane, Wash., Western Inti-r. national League Baseball team and Its manager, pitched off a halr'p.n , ^ l »'ve at the 3,400-foot level of this third I ll ' ra (herons mountain pnss and rolled down a muddy bank lo Ihe bottom or a ravine. liound for Bremerton, Wash., for a crucial scries, the fifth place Sl>o- kanc team virtually was wiped cut of baseball as the bus skidded down the treeless slope and burst into a flnmlng pyre. The dead: _Vic!or Plcctll, 19, first baseman, San Francisco, unmarried. George nisk, 2:i, .shortstop, Hllls- boro, Ore,, married. Fred Ma i tine/., 21), right fielder, San Diego. Mel Cole, 25, catcher-manager, Sacramento, Calif., married. Hob Patcrson, 23. outfielder, San I'Vanclsco. married. Bob Klimaman. 28, pitclicr, Brooklyn. Wash. Jiob Jani^s, 25, outfielder, Tcmpe Ariz. The injured and their condition, according, to King county Hospital otflclals: George Lydcn, 2i>, pitcher, Tensed, Ida., married. Critical condition with head Injuries and burns. Irv Konopka. 27, catcher. Moscow, Ida., unsatisfactory condition with head injuries. L«vi McCormack, 32, left fielder, Lapwai, Ida., unmarried. Unsat- Islnctory condition w it!i head injuries, -v Bciijninln Cci-Buhly, ;n. second baseman, Livingston. N. J.. satisfactory condition with head cuts. Ciu-is Hartjc, :iO, catcher, San Francisco, married, critical condition ivith first ami second degree bu.\s. Peter Barlsoff, pitcher, Spokane, minor injuries. Richard Powers, pitcher, Spokane, heart Injuries. Gus Hnlluourg, pitcher. San Francisco, married, minor injuries. Glen Berg, nuoiit 30, Spokane, driver of the ill-fated bus. was reported to be resting easily in Virginia Mason Hospital at Seattle. TUESDAY, JUNH 25, 194G R Jernljjan. Kii;li A. G. Mosley. tic U. U'.lll. ui \ . flllllil H. (Jliilil!,. O P. Uujul'fckl. B: t'atton, K. (Ji.i v\i,,,i IJlll.'O 11. Bu.i I J. JM..' 34 3fi 35 43 .015 .550 .517 .452 .429 .401 .205 ......... NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pet. Brooklyn . .......... 38 22 .633 Bt. Louis ........... 35 25 .583 Chicago . ............ 31 25 .554 Boston ............. 30 31 .402 Cincinnati .......... 26 30 Philadelphia ......... 25 30 NEW York ........... 25 36 .454 .455 .410 .404 ........... Pittsburgh ........... 23 34 Yesterday's Results SOUTHERN LEAGUE Memphis 8, New Orleans 0. Atlanta n, Chattanooga 1. Birmingham 15, Nashville 8. Little Hock 14, Mobile 4. AMERICAN LEAGUE Boston 5, Detroit 5 (nine-inning tic, darkness). New York 1, Cleveland 0. Chicago 12. Washington 7. Only games. I • .y;>3 ,:vi» t-lk.ii". , . '. -0 >: <L^:Y,V- -l.^>A!iJ.-4i;,J "V^i*-"- '" M£W >'' ^K:^tiK<>ii,;'$i..\&'<;$'\ •SSW^S'^'-^.'sii • W. J. Pollard Safe,, protection, properly applied. TIioiiK 354S Glciuoc Hotel Illilg. Read Courier News Want Ads. PIN WORMS At Last- A Real Treatment! 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So oon t go on Kufterlngi Get INNER- Saturday : V:-i '•; Coll 3984 Lee I ' ! ijj' s i l\ I , Newest lire improvement is Dayton *A'«)//r.>- fr'artiftrd Cord body construction for u still safer, tougher, lou;jer wearing tire.Look for tlio d;itu onTliovo- brcds i'or thc latest improvc- incnts ia construction and tire rubber compounding . . . there-' fore thc best! THOROBREDS *1 •Daj*ton rroersseil rayon co Fttes G.2S '6.AO-1S nnd 'mi n.- tf April 15, 104S, aV Tccular pii«*. MAKE A Mrs WITHQAYTVNAT T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. 121 E. Moin Phono Wrestling Fans See Action In Large Doses in Tag Tussle Wild Bill Canny and Ted Bell delei.led Clilno Ming and Gene Blakcly In a tag match last night In the Legion Arena on promoter Mike Mcroneys weekly wrestling card. Ming and Canny were booked together against Bell and Ulakley hut th e little chinaman refused to ke Canny's partner. Ming was working Bell over with Irish whips when Hell giabbed the ropes, and knocked Ming down ami then pinned him In 15 mln- utfs of the first fall. Blakcly and G'simy squared off In th c ring mid had a royal slug-test with Canny pinning him down to win the first fall In 20 minutes alter singeing Blakely groggy. Ming and Blakely came out for lie second fall determined to win t This fall was full of action with Blakely climbing out of the ring to get Canny but Canny was already around the ring. After Wing had worked Bell over with back body slams and kangaroo icks Blakcly came In and con- Limed to give him back body siams and then eat his favotllc Sold—the Slranglcr Louis head 'iick—on Bell to make him ylvu :n after 15 minutes of the second all. Ming finished Canny In one tiinute flat after Bell was ellm- nated after „ series of ncck- lacks and back body slams. After that fall Canny and Mc- lone.v nrgncd as to whether ncck- lii'.cklng was fair or not but Me- loncy finally convinced him. Action In the third fall ue[;an list as Bell rushed out of "his corner and gave lilakcly four langaroo kicks and Canny came ii after being tagged by Hell niul liugged him and then pinned him in two minutes of (lie third fall, canny and Ming lcc*| off after Blakely was eliminated with Canny giving him two lihh whips and then slugged him. Hut the crowd went wild drove Wild Bill by neck-hacking. and Bell's fight v both matmen working him over with back body slams and slud- ging. But it was Canny who put the finishing touches on him by kicking and slugging him and then Ml "« from the linn ! wn Cl "" l y lfi England's Tennis Stars Dimmed by Visitors WIMBLEDON. Bug., J lmc (UP)—"Merric Old England" was just a hollow pin-use today for liri- tish Tennis stars, who faced erlnily the fact that visiting stars from Australia, the united States, France and Ecuador icci'e shutting them out In their own court classic- (he all England championships. Second seeded Jack Kramer ol Refrigerator Service Fred Lau-ler ADAMS APPLIANCE CO., Inc. J \V. AUmas MRT. Hione Z071 2W-08 W. M* subdue Canny in five minutes with with a Strangler Louis headlock. The second match . between Hell and Ming was full of skill, with both men showing an exhibition of fine wrestling and fair plav. But Ming got the best of (he grappling Greek and won the fi'll with a Rolling Hocking chair split In 15 minutes. Several tuns said that this was one of the; best matches that was ever held In the local arena. SCHiira of Ecuador, Dinny Pails o! j Australia and YVOII I'clra of France were the names on everyone's li'>s ami Ihere wasn't a single stand- cut among the surviving Britons. British Interest was -at a low ebb for the post-war renewal of the tournament, being held for trie first lime since 1939. Kramer, despite a blister on Ills playing hand, was under no pressure In defeating grey-haired H. J Sandys of Ireland C-0, G-2, C-0. Read Courier News Want Ads. HOVV'S YOUR RADIO We Give 1 to 2 Dnys Service on any Make. We'll Mitke H Work! Fred Callihan Phone 2642 We Call Kor and Deliver Authorized Motorola Radio Hales and Service 10G South First St. Visit Our New Recording Studio! We have installed the very latest Kquipmcnt for Recording Voices, Hand a n il Orchestra Husic and Messages. We also Kent Sound Equipment for Indoor and Outdoor Events. BLYTHEVILLE RADIO SUPPLY Wholesale Only I'honc 4(i7 112So. 1st St. YOU'VE HEARD ABOUT IT . NOW ITS HERE! 1-ct Aquclla turn your wet, mutely cclhir in(o liripht, dry pl.iyroom. workshop or laundry , . . keep your hume. ga- •ragt;, retaining «iills boiie dry. $395 |)«r bag. 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Prom that time on we haven't had a drop of water in our basement Tins has been true even though Nashville has recently undergone a very bad flood stage ami a sizable amount of Nashville is under water at this writing We still haven't a drop of water in our basement." AQUKIJ.A slops leakage, dampness, seepage just as effectively on exterior as on interior porous masonry .surfaces-such us cuucrcle . . . masonry or cinder blocks . . . common brick . . . rough plaster . . stucco Leaky outside walls when coated with Amiella can with-' sland wind-driven rain under storm conditions—without a drop of water penetration. Thc beautiful eggshell- like Aquella finish continues t<> harden with age " u will not powder, nib off. blister, peel or flake. The finished coating leaves a snowy while surface, beautiful as is or may be painted anv desired color. A([uclla is for interiors; Aqnclla Nu. 2 for exteriors. Aqucllizc for Water Tightness Osceola Tiie & Culvert Co. DEALERS FOR MISSISSIPPI COUNTY Phone 691 Osceola, Arkansas Today's Games SOUTHERN IKAGUe New Orleans nl Memphis, night. Mobile at Little Rock, night. Atlanta at Chattanooga, nljjlit. BiriiiliiKhain JK Nashville, night. AMERICAN L HAGUE Boston HI Detroit. Washington nt Chicago. Ne»' yorl. at Cleveland. Philadelphia at St. Louis, night. RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Boz oflice opens at 7:00; Pictnr* starts at 1:15. Tuesday "Let's Go Collegiate" with: I>arro—Moran—Jones— Morclaml KKO NEWS and SULKCTK1) SHORT . Wednesday & Thursday "GOD'S COUNTRY" (Filim-il in Ciiiecolor) wltll Itobcrl Luwcry, William I'ar- nuiii, Helen Gilberf, and liuslcr Keaton 1'aramount News and Comedy New Theater Manila's Finest Shows EVERY NIGHT Matinee Saturday & Sunday; 7 Box Opens Week Days 7:00 p.W Sat.-Sun. i p.m. Corn". Showing "Comfortably Cool" Tuesday —BARGAIN NIGHT— "STRANGE CONQUEST" with Jane Wyalt I'MJS SKRIAL and COMEDY Admission 10c arl d He Wednesday & Thursday IN OLD SACRAMENTO with William Elliott CHICK THEATRE "Where Happiness Costs So Little" Week Days: Starts at 7:30 p. m..» tf rs MAKE A Call us up soon, and let's set a day for overhauling your tractor and other farm equipment. Waiting 'til the last minute b mighty dangerout .business that might lead to 'Now'* the time to get your name oft ew tdvance »crvicc schedule. McCORMICK-DEERING MACHINES PARTS AND SERVICE DELTA IMPLEMENT COMPANY Ark. Tuesday BUDDY NIGHT—iSc TO ALL "PHANTOM LADY" with Alliin Curtis and Kllii Itaincs Also Sliorls Wednesday & Thursday OOVBLE FEATURE 'GOVERNMENT GJRL' with S[)imy Tlifls and Anne Shirley 'GHOST CATCHERS' with Olscn ami Johnson Also Sburls Open 7; Starts 7:30 p.m. AIR CONDITIONED Tuesday I'AL NIGHT Dangerous Partner James Craig Sisnc ILisso Serial: "Thc Monster & the Also Shorts Wednesday & Thursday 'Roughly Speaking' Hosiiliml Russell, .lack Carson News of the Day; Also Shorts

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