The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 26, 1946 · Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1946 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Ms in Win )ver N. Orleans Victory Puts Memphis Vii Third Position -n League Standings. ATLANTA, On.. June 20. (UP) — c Memphis Chicks -vcrc nt's'.lc'U lliird place today, just a half- ii» v back ot llic sucuiul place \ r ols nncl liuve an exccl- of tiikiny over secoivl Defeatist Attitude Suggested When Bob Feller Goes on Mound PACT tm H usitiou before the strok ght tonight. The Chicks open a ne\v series night nl home wllh i he sixth ace Mobile Bears and while the .'ars arc soitit; hot right now. tlui licks appear to have a better lance of winning than do the ashville Vols who meet the icd- ot, league leading Atlanta Cracks. The Chicks received excellent tching ItiHl night from Lesu: Vimpy" Willis and gained .1 2 tc win over the New Orleans Peli- ins. Willis .scattered ciuhl hits •cr the route and was excellent pinches, most of which -,v_ .„ imscd by three errors by his male-; 'he Chicks got nine safe blows o! Walter Smola, the loser, and Hill; Offers, who hurled the last two m- ings. The Craekers. mean\vhi:< tret died their lead to 10 full ijame: scoring three runs in the ninli lint; to win n 7 to (i decision lion he Chattanooga Lookouts. Hill Ay rs went all tlie way for the Crack- aiul recorded his 13th triumph f the season. The Crackers -jrrorcJ vc limes and the Loolcuuts Iwbb'.ed our chances. Both clubs got 11 hits. At, Nashville, first-bnseman Bob teid connected for Ins eighth honor of the season In'the 10th in- ing to give the Birmingham Bav- >ns a 7 to G win over the Vols. The low gave Reid the Southern Asso- 'pn lead in homers. John Me- Vent all the way for the Harms' as did Lee Anthony for the NEW YOHK, June '20. (Ul'j-- Withont taking aw.iy any of the lustre from Bobby roller's brilliant .pitching record, there was good rca- |Eon to wonder ICKlny whether Anier- ! can League manuKers had develop-d a defeatist complex aguinst llie itrikcuitt star of the Cleveland Hr.- tllans. One thing definitely has been established—lie Isn't being called to. face the nee pitcher ot the op}>ositlon except on the rarest of occasions. winning 12 games and losing five this seuson fireball Bobby hiij never been matched against Hid N'eivhouser o f the Tigers. Spud Chandler of the Yankees, Dave (Hoo) Ferris of tile Red Sox or Emil (Dutch) Leonard of .the Senators, who are recognized as tlie respective aces of their staffs'. With Ihe possible exception ol Tex Hiighson. Red Sox right-hand- er, who is rapidly becoming tut' most dependable pitcher on Ihe Boston .staff, and Jack Kramer, of tlie Hrowns whose record was only so-so when Feller met him. tlie Iowa "piowboy" has consistently been up against lesser lights. Yesterday, Tommy Byrne of the Yankees, starting his lirst r.amo since 1042 was offered the "sacrificial inmb" on the Foller altar :i:ul he was "slaughtered" with a six run assault in (he first inning which enabled Bullet Bob to win easily, 8 to 3. He struck out 13, to brim; his total for tlie year lo IBS. t-'cltinn every Yankee but. Tommy Hemlch at least once. Only Jos Dt?tf!»(?iao. who made four of the nine Yankee hits including hi,; Itilh homer, was troublesome for lii in. Husjhson. who bent Feller, 1 lo I) al. Cleveland lust, week, came with another 1 to 0 triumph Two Softball Games Delayed by Wet Grounds The two soltball names schfdnlod for last iiiijhi at Walker 1'uik were - ... ,..,., infill ;n *Y illCvCl i ill K \Y1.H. over the Timers n t nelroil yesterday I''" 11 '' 1 ' off because ol :\ wet Held In which both he and losing pilche- I'!"} "'"I '»' *<»'M Into Hie scli-.- Fi'cddy Ilutchliison cave up hut luu " 11K> l)l ''<"e the season Is completed, hits. A lvvl " l)l11 will l)i' played to- Old Man Dixie Walker at 36 Shows Up Dodger Youngsters Baseball Standings SOUTHERN tEAGUE W. L. Pet Atlanta 49 At Little Rock, the Mobile Heirs N:>shvill(! 3d cored twice in the cii-hUi inninc, tn I , "V 3a ,;i „,!„ ', ,;.' Chattanooga 37 New Orleans 3ti Moliilc 33 30 27 ireaV. a 1 to 1 (jo and win out :! to' over the Travelers. Paul Mir.ner eceived credit for the win ailhoupli needed help from Ed Smnlke I B "' mlnBhain :i( ,„„„ i., I''ttlc Kock 2 25 32 35 3G le needed help from Ed I'hrn the Travelers threatened in he ninth. Jim Mains pitched seven- lit ball for the losers but his mates ;ave him ragged support, errorina our times. All new scries were scheduled to )e launched tonight with Allan'a nvadini; Nashville; Hinimvjham •neelhv,' the Lookouts at Cliatla- \ Hiooga: Mobile traveling to Memphis, and Little Rock playim; host •to New Orleans. M'.'. .52 n .r>2i .507 .500 .41 .•117 .391 Hits. However, with l»'o out in '.he eighth, llutcliinson walked four straight l u • .force In' the winning run. Jimmy liloodwovlh ol IH'lroft got two singles as liugh- fou pitched no-hit tall au.iinsl the others for his seventh win. Sain Zulduk turned in his seventh Melory at SI. Ix»ils, beat hip, tlie A's. 7 Ui 2 us Cliet L:\bbs hit two Injtnei's and Walt Judnich not on-' for the Hiow ns. The White Sox rallied late to give their relief artist, Karl Cu!d- wi'U his fiftli win ugalnst one loss. B to 4 over Washington. Stan Spencs got a Senator homer. The Phils won their fifth straight, bcalinr: the CardUuils, f> to 3 .u Philadelphia with a IG-hit attack that Included a homer by Andy Scminlfk. The Phils set the pn>.- lern lor victory hi Ihe first iiiumi; when tliey scored three runs, .slai'- ing it out will! three successive lafc bunts by Johnny Wyroslek. =>k-cclcr .Newsome and Chiirl'i-y rill- l:ert. and a two-rim single by 1)?1 Ennis. Every philly slarler made al least one hit. Cincinnati ended a six-game losing streak with bills roarinsj at Brooklyn, gelling 11; hits in n !. r > o 3 triumph over the leadin;: D:K|;;- ers. Hay Meiiller got two IIOMM-IK an<] Eddie Ltikon one us the ",ccls iiit their high for the season in run pro<3uction. Nick Stilnccyich finally won a Kniyt after seven straight losses. .. the Pirates a 3 to 0 lotu- hi|, shutout n t New York in (he battle In escape the National league cellar. Homers by Jimmy Russell a iid Kalph Klncr gave the Miles the victory. The Cubs snapped the Braves' five game winninu streak as Claude Passeau won his third giime over them, 7 l o 3 at Boston. Hoo!:ie Marvin Rickcrl hit u Cub homer as Passeiiu gained his ssvcnth win ('cspite yielding 11 iii( K ruu t six walk;;. morrow night when the I.oy nieli Chevrolet lluslleis take on Ihe O. K. cab nine mid Ihe OWCIIM Drill! Stoic cowboys will play Saliba Whol i game lesale out lit In the second Rain Delays Trojan Game In Blytheville The Hlylhcvilte American Junlo American i.cuion baseball team I scheduled to play the Hot. Spilnu Trojans here tomorrow al 3 o'clock In Walker Pink. The name wns scheduled fo yesterday but was postponed bo cause at wealhei 1 conditions. l.eroy sti.nlierry will start o the mound lor Ihe locals and 1 U. Foster will be behind ihe plate. The Trojans have pluycd against slroiiK competition this season in- cludini; .such team.s as Olilahcinn. city. 'Rpiiiiuncld, Tnisii and the ArfcimsuK state Champions, the Little Rock Doughboys. The Trojnns di.'Ct'nlcd tho Manila Jinuir American Lotion team at Manila JMonday. Ill OSCAIl I'I(AI,1-:V I'nilfil I'rcss S|wirts Willi'r NKW YOHK. June ail. (U.I 1 .) — Fi'cd i Dixie) walkor of the Dods may be walking Imvmxl the l,;:selj..|i shadows but llu-ii-'s nu doubt in Halbiish today 111:.I the iwojile'y, clu'i'ce" is responbible fiu 1 ' k.-vplHK 111,, ferocious gentlemen at the top of the Nnlionul i Two Americans Hold Spotlight in Tennis W1MBLRDON, Knfi., ,1,1,1,, o,;. (UPi—Jai'k Kramer and Pancho Kc[;un!. win) ace expected to provide a North versus Smith America finale in the all-Unghnid men's championships, were expected to meet tough opposition today In the second round of the classic. Kramer, las Angeles star, was matched against, u wi'll-reuiirded Briton. Edward Avory. while He- ' (jura, the two-handed player fn.in ', <| Ecnadcii, was scheduled iiualnsc ,1.1 Then S. Comery, also of Great Eril.nln. nnd II Tlu name of Widker has lost, none ol Us Ijilllianl Instn. ul Kb- Iwlfi Meld this season. In fuel, H is glutting brliiliter than ever us resilU of homeile biilttnu and fleldnij; feats by lhi> mini from AlrtU;nu. As ol yesterday he was lending the Nnlionul LciiBHe willi a murk of ,3tiH ami tlohi^; everythiiH: In rlijht field except, mow the mass. Which Isn'l loo uad fur a fellow who. they said, was well over the ; bon hill :\, he iii'aicd 30. As u matter of fuel. Ulxie wns expected a few short months [.go to wind up with a splintery pair of pants al lh<> ball i.rchard along tho aowmuis this year, Dm IIIK spring training nt nay- lonn lieach. Munager I j'o nuni- rher hud liiiMi hopes lor a Hun. Solmtliu-r ami Marx outfield us part <if bi'ctlivi' Hrani-h Kit-key's yoiilli movement. All that. I'cmiiln- for these younji.sters to lake over from such aged per- rurnu-ri as Dlxi.- nnd tii 0 peniunil would be nulled lo the mast, ncioss llie ilver from ManhnltiMi. 'Ihe Furlllo-Wlittman-Hermnn- i gtoup wits destined for greatness, the Lip proclaimed, and In the process It. was not. for ller- liianski lo hent out. Walker bm for the ]tiimiii[-li:im velcran In eust. the newcomer. Onre ni;nln l.eo \\'as wrong fm 1 it proved lo be vice versa as Dixie refused to bi- ionsii;neil In the scrap lienp. Fur- Illo ami lleniianskt etlrreiillv lire Eiapiilinu over tlie center ' field Vieilh -nnd out there In right field Is tlie familiar figure in whoso honor llie Dixie Walker chowder Marching Society was foviUL- younK 3. r » ne:tfhi|; ;t(j. Because the sni-pi'lshni Doduei.s continue to sweep along on lop ol Hie favored Cardinals, Walker more often (him not Is the lelUKv liokllng the club lin-rllicr; banu- lui; out vital hasehlis, nnd mak- IIIR those ilii/./.llnii Bitches which M-nd the Marchhii; Society members off Into fits of dfituiond cc- :;tacy. If this should prove lo be llie lust big yctir for the diuwllnv, oulllelder the flntili' In very nice to consHler. Hecause Dixie cnuuhi plenty ol lumps dtivlne, Ills lonf; baseball career befoie finding lils niche neur thy end of the trail. He bmmci'd iiround plenty m>ii always was slowed by Injuries. They thought he tnltthl hi- the man to repluci-c llu- greul Ma T )i- Until, unlll he hivki- ii collitr- nnd Injjini-ti n sliouUk-r. u bothered him wllh Ihe White Sox iiiiil then, hitting Ills .stride- al Detroit, he Injured it knei'i-iip. u \vus nl lliooKlyn, .slmit^ lOlin, that Dixie eitnu^ hinne. And, <-VL>II hi- knows, In what nutv be his final fling, (hut the trail Is gctlln:', more narrow. "llni I'd like lo bo on one world series winner befoie It's nil ovci 1 ," he explained. "And If I'm i;om;; lo make II, this will Imvc lo Int)i,, year." U would top u omit paytiff by the fnlcs. partlculiii'ly i[ he keeps going at Ids pii'scnl puce. Hut. even so, don't count him out yet 3 Blytheville Horses Entered At Fort Smith Today's Games II. W. Wylle and J. I,. Nnbora have entered Hirer horses In the horse shows brim; held nt Fuy- eltevllle mid K.irt .Smllli this week. Mr. Wylle has entered Strolllr.i: Merry Hoy nnd 1'i'lncii Aco while Mr. Nalii-rs has I'liU-rnd IJI.iclc Fv.inir bier. iilrollliiK Merry Hoy hus won numerous limes iiround (he circuit. Mr. Wylle Jn.st recently inncluisoJ I'i'ltu'c An? and has shown him once lit I'liruKiiitld wlii'i'o hi! won third lilutc hi the Ihi'oc-yeui'-old clusj. Dliirk liambler. owned by Mr. Nairn's, has iKjen minimi (ho circuit, inimy limes and won .wonil |iliire In Ihe Norlbeast Arkansas-Hmith- niM Missouri class at the P.ira- Konld sliow. NATIONAL LliACUK Cincinnati al llrooklyn. Plllshurt;!! lU Ne\v York. Chicago id. Itnslon. Hi. l.oni.-i nt Phllitdelpliia. Mobile nl Memphis. Atlnntn nl Nnshvllle. J| Illrnilngham nt Chattanooga. . ','' New Orleans at l.ltllc Rock. AMERICAN LEAGUE ' Boston at, Dcliolt. New Y"rk at Cleveland. ,"• WiwhliiRton »t Chicago. ( Phllnrtelpliia nt St. l^uis, night. New Theater Manilm'i FJiMrt Bhowi EVERY NIGHT M«Un« Saturday & SuwWy Box Open* Week Day* 7:0* f.m. Sit.-Hun. 1 p.m. Coot. Shoiriafl "Comfottably Cool" , Wednesday & Thursday IN OLD SACRAMENTO with William Elliott- very good reason, w that Dixie Is a WHEN SIZZLING DAYS AND NIGHTS BRING SKIN MISERY lnin HmtrcitihiK hot 'uUn'r iiiul;^H you lni:H'i:i]i[o \villi lirul n.>ili fir huhy h k>(H \vitli .irirkly ]n-iil, or hum of - otliut 1 niiiiplo i ti^lit'ti, >, ciniiLt IHL Moxsaiiit for fur tlu'iM} t*l;ii fur ovur -111 y ... u LMEXSANAJ SOOTHING MEDICATED NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pet. A new device resembling a radio cabinet has been developed, yys nrncticnl Builder, Chicago, wlucb •ollccts dust, and pollen from the iir. and acls us an air humidifier. Not only will it, serve as an extra Piece of furniture, but its good deeds along practical lines ire endless. Brooklvn . ...... St. Louis Chicago Boston Cincinnati idelphia . ... j Pittsburgh I New York '25 37 ..|03 AMERICAN LEAGUE w. L. ret. Boston , 46 17 .7:10 New York 40 20 .GOG Detroit 33 Washington '-. 31 St. Louis 28 Cleveland 20 Chicago 2-j Philadelphia 1!) oo Late To Classify SAUt Tlin-i- rc.nins of |irni-1ii-iil|y !!<•« furiiilurr. rliriir. lir|.;ikf«^1 '" rmiin"" «uit..""siv "i't A,'I. I IH. llA.tK nfl.-r li I'm ' 'If, i,k :|I1 nt all (ini,-. l-- r ,.«l, efts r.-l:iil wln.1.'-Ml,.. l..-uis 1'milirv. 41:: K. I. I'll,-in- !IIO. 2fi-pl-7i:i Help Wanted Wi.nlcl |iiij- T-,1- IIIT liimr f.ir I liul "I'l.l.-r nn,I l.iri-h. \Vi- will mtlir'aii;. 1 I lii-.ir.- «,.rk PIT ilny .11 lca-1 f-\ ,F, ^M- >\>1,1,. Alf.ilfu Mill, plump -231' Personal Yesterday's Results SOUTHERN LEAGUE Mobile 3. Little Rock 1. Atlanta 7, Chattanooga (i. Memphis 2, New Orleans I. Birmingham 7, Nashville G. NATIONAL LEAGUE Cincinnati 15. Brooklyn 3. Pittsburgh 3, New York 0. Chicago 7, Boston 3. Philadelphia 5, St. Louis 3. AMERICAN LEAGUE Cleveland 8. New York 3. Boston 1, Detroit 0. Chicago G, Washington 4. 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