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FACE SIX BLYTIIEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS 0. K. Cab Girls Win at Softball f T Phillies Take Second 1 (Game in "Y" League J Competition. ^•J The fairer sex of Ihe O. K. Cab i team showed their skill last night by downing the Fitzpntrick Jewelry J Store girls 8 to 1 In Wnlker Park in the first game of a double licnd- ,. er while the Phillips Phillies defeated the Ark-Mo-Power Reddy ! Kilowatts 12 to 0. , It was the Cables game nil the way with the Fitzpatrick team | never making n serious threat. 1 Fitzpatrick eo.t their only tally \ in the first inning when Wnurcen Hawkins got on base with n single , and then scored as Joyce Siielton singled. •) The O. K. Cab team got four / runs in the first inning and four B more in the third »nd one i» ' the fourth. f. Marjorio Bcvill led Ihe winning team in baiting with a single In one time al bat. Wamecn Ha'ttUns anci H. Lastcr tied for batting hon- 6rs on Ihe Je\feliy Store leain with each getting a single in Uvo Iries. Mary Lou Whittle pitched for the O. K. Cab team and Pankcy pitched for the losers E.ach team got four hi Is. Manager Monroe Uesharsc's Phillies won their second game laM night as they trounced the Killo- wnits who dropped their lliivd SATURDAY, JU.N'K Arkansas State Athletic Fans Get Preview of College Program Mere than 20_ oiisincss men, educators and slucicnts heard of the renovated educational and athelctlc program of Arkansas State College, Joncsboro, in a meeting last nig^t at Hotel Noble. Russell Phillips member of the Board of Trustees of Arkansas State. Introduced the speakers mid cnlleil for opinions and comment. J. A. "ike" Tomllnson, athletic director for the College, outlined plans and hopes that the administration holds for n more extensive and highly competitive athletics program which Is part of a general lircgram designed to promote and build the school. "We ui'e going to attempt lo establish (.he college on a fooling which will be comparable with the stale colleges of other slates,"' said Tomllnson. "To begin wilh," Tomllnson said, "we purchased a quantity of new athletic equipment. We are going to attempt to put first-rate teams on the field and we feel that they should have the best equipment. Our I.eroy Ross carried Ihe big ual for miinngcr Eddie Ford's Kiilo- watLs with Ihiec siiiKles in five Irips lo Ihe'plalc. Jim Henry Lutes got n double in two limes at ljut wliUe his Icammntc, Billy Drown, gol two singles in four trips for the Phillies. Marion Gay was credited with his second win while Hill Hawkins su fierce! the loss. Box Score for Ihe Second game: Ark-Mo L. Ross, 2b P. Perry. 3b-lb Whittle, if J B. Henry, ss B. Meharg, lb-3b J 'B, Slabbs, cf Dyer, cf E. Ford, rf Metheiiy, c B. Hawkins, p Totals Phillips- 13. J. Gcan, ss H. parr. If J H. Lutes, 3b J. McClnrc, c P. Hay, rf H. Besliarsc, Ib B. Brown,- 2b Stewart, cf M. Gay, p All H 31 1 0 0 •JK 0 10 AB R I 2 1 Score by Totals Ark-Mo Phillips innings: 27 12 8 OOli 000 0 CIO 041 Georgia Girl Enters Finals In Golf Meet icxl slep was lo devise a .schedule hai would create interest among he student body, alumni and pco- >le who enjoy athletics. This is •vldenccd by our football schedule vhlch lakes our team Into games vllh .school In six states. rimls Terrific Cimiriclitlon "We realize that we can't start Maying bin-time football tomorrow >r even next fall bin our plan Is lo keep pegging our schedule upward 0 lhal in a matter o; a few years we shall be competing with the argcr colleges and universities. •Don't expect too much In the immediate future," the Athletic director warned, "Competition for football ami basketball players Is ler- rific." "Before the question arises," he continued, "1 ivanl lo tell yon llial we don't plan l o play the University of Arkansas this year. I think, liow- cvcr, that we will have them on our basketball schedule for at least, one game. Before Introducing Ihe next, speaker, Mr. Phillips told of the facilities of Ihe college which he .said were "excellent In every rc.speel." He further .stated thai the expected enrollment of the College for Full was lo be between 1200 and 1400 students. He also polnced out the accessibility of Ihe school w'hk'h would make II convenient for stu- denUs in Northeast Arkansas. "Those intere.stcd In agriculture .should be especially interested." he said, "as they have n very strong ugi'lcnltum! department there." Mr. Phillips Ihen Inlroduccd Fores I "Fiosly" England, head lootball coach for Arkansas Slale College. Cnurh is Knllmsias'.ie Talking Informally, England expressed great ardor for Ihe game and deep admiration of hl.s fonnei tutor, Ray Eliot. "I believe lhal football IK 65 per cent menial" the young cuach said. "Give me a boy with the right attitude toward the game and, providing he has Ihe least bit of ability. I'll .show you a boy who can play football. I love this game am 1 want the boys who play II for me to love It and be willing to umlciRO Hie sacrifices necessary to |)1«> the way..the game, was meant, to be played. , , • "Football l(i. ii^ulg thing bccatisc the 'puolic has made •!!.'- ihnl '*ny It's contagious, First th? couch puts the spirit into Hie lean), then Ihe studenl body catches II; and llien, unless they're well vaccinated, the public will calch H loo. Mr. England has a very colorful mil successful background of loot- Jail. While attending Illinois Col- egc at Jacksonville, 111., he played indc'r Hay Eliot, assistant to !/">> /M\>kc and later head coach at the University of Illinois. Upon comple- ,lon of ills college career, ]<;ngliiiid >egan coaching football In high school. He climaxed hlls work by winning three city championships mentor for the University High School In the very strong St. Louis Jlcp league. May Play i,, ISlyllicvUI,. Mr. Phillips then bronchi up the iiospcct 01 a Stale College name being played in lilytlievllle nexl Fall. He stated that afl'.'r talking to several members of the administration ot the College he thought. 11ml a State game in lllytheville against an inttr.sectional foe was « very definite possibility. Those present received the idea will) enthusiasm and many expressed Ih'.lr ideas by addressing the group al Ihe Invitation. Among thus;, who .s|K»ke were W. .1. Pollard; Kugen Smith, news editor of the Jones- horn Sun; C. C!. Redman; Mini HcrugK.s; Philip Deer, County .supervisor of schools; I,. H. Aiitry, prln- Ipal of Uunlette schools; W. Ii Nicholson, siipei'inlendenl of lily- lieville Schools; and Charles Parkr «lio formerly played I out 'llh the Blytheville High Hchmi earn and who. in reeenl years, ha: 'layed with the State College team .Ir. j'arker has accl-pled a pn.silioi s basketball coach ol the CardWell 1o., lilgh school following his giad lallon next whiter. Hill Godwin, local coach, was pre cut with .several members of l.is •ear's squad. He spoke about ih ossluUities of the Chicks lor nex all. Others present were Slyvesle Pop" Mosley; Mayfielit "Son Lloyd, brilliant back lor the luca ilgh school who laler played will he University of Georgia's i;rea iose Bowl team; and Richard Tay 'r who will play for Arkansas tale College nexl Kail. Mr. T:f lor i former captain of llu> Illinois We.sleyan football team and is e:)li- Idei'cd by coach Hngland as an out- itandlng prospect. DA •' CLUB, DCS:- Molues, la; June 2D.,; (UP)—.Pert Louise Suggs, ' the lightweight Gedrglii pe&ch,' who packs .a heavywciBlvfc •wallop, mid ..Fatty -Berg? Minrirapcr'.' lis veteran—co-medalists of the tournament—met today in the 36-holc finals of the Women's Western Open | Golf tournament. .Tlie Georgia miss, playing In her second Women's Open, da throned defending champion Mrs. George Zaharias with a display of real tournament courage, one up. Miss Berg, who has won the title twice, gained the finals by besting Dorothy Kirby, Atlanta, Ga., also one up, in a bitter battle which was not decided until Patty took the 18th hole. Miss Suggs, who said she entered the tournament "hoping to Rive Mrs. Zaharias a good battle," was a favorite of the gallery of 2.000 all the way. "I knew I'd have to play par and my own game to beat the Babe. She is a line golfer, so I just forgot who I was up against and played my own game." the little Georgian said as she lelt the course to "get a. lot of sleep for the Important finals." For the Fisherman's Weekend Sport We Have . . . 4000 Minnows 4000 Roaches Plenty of Worms IJring Your Containers The Dixieland 11A ITU Y 511 Cliivkasuwbii Southern Batters •lave Field Day Four Teams Pile Up 49 Runs in Usual Nine-Inning Games. ATLANTA. Oa., June. 29. (UP) ^oulhetn Association teams planned icsl today anil, licm the resells f last nlKld's slug fes's, at. K'a.st alf of III-: teacuc's plteblng sluli"* velcomed it. f-'ome ir> iiitehers hnd llu-ir curves lid faslballs batted aioinul Ihe tall jiarks la.sl nl^hl In Alhinia's 11 o II vitrlory over Nasln'ille and ;hattamjoi:a's 14 to 10 win over Jirmlnuhain. The C'raeker.s and Vols sbai'^d oial of HO hits in the 10-lnn!iiK pree with Atlanta usiiiK four ol Is ace hnrlers iiiul Nashville live. (Jharley Howies wiis iht: \\hme nil Dale Alder.-ion the loser. The IJarons [tnd l.oukonls seesawed bnek and forth until tho i;;hth when ii five-run lally by :hatlanooi;a clinched victory for lal Toenes, uho lelieved Ilardin Calhey In ihe first iimiuii after Illnnintjliain scored rour runs. l»lno s the lusiuii linrler lor llii'ininc;- tain. In other names last ni^hl New Orleans ekrd <jui a 7 to •> win ov::- I.illle Hock and Mcmpl.is defeated Mobile, 1) lo :i. Hyron Cook oiilpitc-hi (I I eroy Pfund aiict 1'aul Minnei- ill a liart- n duel ill [h-; Memphis-Mobile Ifnir. Howi-ve. Conk's leiiinmnles clubbed liirn into the Ihi-ce-run lead viilh five runs in Ihe eighth iiinini;. Je.s.s Dana went the mute for New Orleans as the I.illle R-it:'< team used pmehhlllers and pilc'iers fllely to overcome Hie Pel lead. Hub Rancy took creili', for lire Pcb loss. American League Race Turns Into Boston-New York Affair NEW YOIJK. June 20. (Ul'i—The on moie of a tv:o-te;mi American League tlaij nice niirrow- lirookly and .St. I/nii.s ed to a two-tram affair today. ' third place Ch.capo K,M. »lth oven tin: die-hards beginning | The nudgm, ridli to admit that Detroit or Washington, other first-division dubs, couldn't .slay close to Uo.Vi.on and New Yesterday s Results SOUTHERN I.I:A<;UI: Memphis 5, Mohlle 2. Atlanta 14, Nnshvltlc 11. ClinltnnnoKn H. HlrinluBhain 10. New Orleans 7. 1 Htlc liwk 5 AiUKKICAN I,KA(;Ui: Boston 12. Washington 1. New York •!, PhilniU'lphiu 1. Cleveland 7, ChleiiKo 2. St. l,ou.i.s 9. Detroit 1). NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn :i, Boston 1. Philadelphia 7, New York 5 (I Innings). Cincinnati •!. ChicaKo 3. St. Louis !>, Plllsliuruli 1. Arkansan Paces Golfers at Big Canadian Event MONTREAL, QUIT., .Time :!!). I Ul'l — Americiins, paced by R J. (Dutch) llui-rlson of l.lttli- Rock, Ark., held three of the top four isiluts jis the Canadian Open Golf touniarnenl moved into Ihe thirtl round of IK holes today. Harrison, who.se clnve.s itnii putting were near pei-Ieclimi, had a :i(j-hole score of KIT. seven under par. hnt hatl to share aUeution with Ellsworth Vines of Chicago, ,the \-lennis chinnpum, who .set a cour.se record of (iit ye.slt'r<lay. Vln^s clipped nil seven of his strokes ofl 1 pur takili'.! a 'J!) out. Vines, 138. The lied Kox and Yankees both won yesterday while the Timers and Senators lost. The Senators were present in person to -hack up the claims of disparity between '.hum and a flaB-contendinu club, luslm; a 12 lo 1 name to Hoston. Tile lied Kox looked like championship material ill their firs* name In Fenway 1'aik alter an unhappy road trip, They i-ol 12 hits good lor 17 bases, 'inchidiiu; Ted Williams' 21)11) home inn, a homer by Rudy York and a Umra-rim triple by uoin DiM»ui;iu. Mi'key Harris JJHVI; WasbiiiKton 11 nils, but only fjtan S[ieiu:e's homer was worthwhile., anrl it earne alter Harris had a 12 tn t) lead. The Yankees, pinning ihcii' hopes on a t'AO-Kanie series with JiosLon next Tuesday and Wednesday, kept pace seven Kami's behind thr li:,sc,x by beatini; phil;u!el]>hia, •! to 1. The. victory eame in authentic Yankee fashion - a two-run homer )y Charley Kdl'.T in the «'i:-:hlli in- cinched the win lor Moy:i !lev- cns. who has nailed ihe A'.s lor hree of his seven tripmph.s for ihe :eason. Detroit took a n to 0 shellackinc from tlrj rushing 81. 1-onis 13rov,':is. who won for Ihe eL^hlh time in 10 Junes. Denny Cialehou"e pitched the six-hit shultjllt. and Pant Trout took the beatinf as he v.'a ; balled Mil in an eilibl-run eighth innnr;. Chet I.aabs hit a two-run nonr.T and Johnny iieraniintt not, a three- lln triple in tbe btK iimin;;. Cleveland (ripped She Chicago White Box. 7 to 2, on. a live-run burst in the liflh Inning. Steve CIromek wa.s thi' winner. The National League also look n-.11:1! on Ihc balthiK i>r,\vrr ol Ui.vji. Walker. Dumped the Bo.s'.on Hiav::;, ;i to 1. Walker batted in uvo ol ihe DiilK- er inns, while I.i'iiy VI: Lombard! held Huston to six hits. Th... DuJ.i- ers lead I in- Cards hy :r _• jjam'-s, and Cliieaso by six. hi. Louis .shipped out t-ev-:ii sin- Hies in the sixth inning to score live inns and bent the I'iti-bvr 'ii Pilules. r> to 1. chief Mir/):';:,e ol Ihe f'jijiin was Ihp liirnr.in of ;!!>,- •nf> Pittsburgh fans who ra:nc to ttie park d 1 .spite th-j Pirates' i.vij) on last place. Tlie Philadelphia Phil 1 ;, who h.iv,; changed from :i cellar lea-n to a first-division threat within throe weeks, beat the New York Okint.s 1 to f> on Amly Sunillic::L's two two-run homers. The first fiiur- hacger came in the ei'/hlh inni:m and firil the score, and the s'.'cimd i;»me hi tile IClh and sent tliivcro.Vii of IH8J.I ho:nc cxiremely hiip:iy. An extra-innini; humor ]jy l-;d- die Miller—:i|«> settled i;,e <;iilj-Hid name, 1 i;ivi;i- C'i;einnaii a 4 lo 3 triumph. The Reds halted li-uii; Boi'Dwy li-oin the box In [he M.\-mil inning, u W!1S liorowy's ei::,'.!); slraii;iu "hnock-OHt." Han!: Wy.s': i d was the I-JXT. Jnhiiuy Vahilerineer -,ie:it the mule to v.in. Baseball Standings KOUTHKKX LliACUi: W. L. Ailanl-i r,o 27 Memphis Nashville Tigers to Ploy Parkin Team Here Sunday The lllythrville Tiger lixle; Ihe Parkin ]nd:'petulenl:s ro.v al '2:30 o'eloik in Walker Park 'lids will he the I hit meiti!i;> ol hen; t.ui learns. 'i'he Tu;er.s liavi- v.-cn ei!;ht (rallies his .season anil have dropped only me ileci.sion lo Ihe Cai llthensville Uriin-n .shoe Company Independenl.s. 'I'here v,'ill b? a neu'sre"! c.;m- .'r.l-uiall at Ihe name lo lake pU:- lures of Ihe players ami Knecn- .ors. The Parkin tndependrnts are re- ported lo have a sUoiv; team. I-rank Kills or MavficL i "Soim.v" Iloyd will be on the mound and Miirlin Urirren will calch i»r lll<1 Tigers while the butleiy for ''•"kin hasn't bc'n ami'.uiiiTd. Ellis has bi'en :i eonsistenl v :.l- p .u[]i[;ut a loss v.lnlc 1.1 'yd lias jnst joined t'le ilnb. New Theater Manila's Finest Slum's ISVKKV NIGHT Malinee .Satinilay A; Sunday lluv Opens Week Da.vs 7:00 p.m. Sal.-Sim. 1 p.m. C.'ont. Showing "Comfortably Cool" Today's Gnnics SOUTlil'HN l.K,\dVT. Open date. NATIONAL I.ICAUUE lioston at Urooklyn. New York at pJiilad"li)liiL«. <>nly ganii's schedule;!. on Ihe mcotninij nine, after shooting -Hi goln one -stroke behind Harrison at wa.s tied with George Fa/io, a I.'is Angeles pro, and Gordie Brydson of Toronto. Fa/.io shot \\ CH yesterday. Vic Ghe/al. American star who set a course record with a (iti t;oucl for the opening day lead, lost his putting touch yesterday and had lo scramble for a TV and a MU toial. Greek Matmen Paired Against Ming, Hickson The two grappling Greek cousins. Chris iiclkas and Ted Hell, are icii to tangle with Chino iVlln;i and 13illy Hickson it) a tag inaleh Monday niilht at Ule Legion Arena on Promoter Mike Meroney's weekly in a I card. Hell mid r>elkas, both big huskies have plenty nf .skill and speed and have been paired logiHher beidre in a lay match in \vhieh they were victorious, over Red Roberts and Floyd Byrd. Ming. Ihe Chinaman, is slick, lasl and skillful. His partner. Hickson. is a iH'Wc.-omer in Ihis section. In the two one-fall 30-iniiiulu time limit matches. Hell will tail: on niekson. iitul llelkas will :nis it with .Mine,. New Oilcan:; . Mobile I iltle Flock . AMERICAN IJoston New York Detroit Washington ^1. Louis Cleveland . ...'. ChicaK') Philadelphia . NATIONAL Brooklyn . ... fit. Louis Chicago . Cincinnati Philadelphia . ... New York Pittsburgh . ... .... -us :i:> — ys :i'.i :i!) :n — :f» :i« .... :u .11 ... -2:1 ..i i I.EAnUE W. L. -W 18 34 21 Saturday "ROARiN' RANGERS" with Charles Slarrctf yiatiAi. AND UO.MI:DV Ailjnissu>n Me :( i],| ,",0c SATIJKDAV (>\VIj .SHOW "NIGHT EDSTOR" \\'il!i.iui (iartian anil .lanis Cailei I'l.CS i;OMICl)Y Admission lie and :!0c WRESTLING Blytheville Legion Arena Monday, July l f 8:15 p.m. Adults, 36c, Tax Oc—Total 45c. Reserved Scats Hr, Tax 3c—Total, 15c. Children's Scats 12c, Tax 3c, Total, 15c. Reserved Seats on Sale at the Legion Arena Every Monday From 6 p. m. on Ted Bell - Chris Belkas V*. Billy Hickson - Chino Ming Also 2 One-Fall 30-Minute Matches TED BELL vs. BILLY HICKSON CHINO MING vs. CHRIS BELJCAS' /Tee !il -IH LKAGIJIi \V. L. -11 ^t :fj :;ti .:">1 3 .5 Oft AM .11 :{ Pet. .60S .Sli-1 A'l'J Pet. .(Ml Kimdav anrl Monday 'TRONTIER GAL" ivilli Yvnniio lU-Carln. Knit Cainirru.\ Ni:WS AXII CO.^HCDY CHICK THEATRE "Where Happiness Cottt So Little" Week Days: Starts at ":30 |i. m. I,asf Timp 'f'mliiv DOUin.i: FI-:ATCKI: "V/yoming Hurricane" with Uusscll llavtlrii ami "STRANGE AFFAIRS" with I'll;;:)!' 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Svd Sa> Heiial: "Jungle Kaitlei-s" Also -Shurls nsulate Your Home NOW with Midnight. Show STAK1S 10:15 ii.m The Shado FIRESTONE'S Home Insulation Farm loans nuulo lo fit your individual needs. Our rc-payinciiL |)fivi!cLfe -fraiilL-il all Ijorrowets. Let us explain our I're-Paymeiit Rcisui'vc Plan. NO EXTRA CHARGES— NO APPLICATION, APPRASSAL, ATTORNEY'S or CLOSING FEES and NO COMMISSION 1C \vu arrange a loan witli you it is trood litisiiKiss for us iu niiilii: it 1'il your needs because iarm loans are a jjood iiivL'slnienl only when they are good for the farm owner. NOBLE GILL AGENCY Gloncoe JJklg. rhone 3131 -*#' Phone 451 \ Manila V. Itfl'z Theatre ArkansGS Sundiiy and Mor.aay 'kiss and Tel Jcroric Com t!;nul . -"imllcr Abel 1'ar.uinnint NIMVS Also iShurlM "F> Tnpr7 Rl 1 Z THEATRE Manila, Ark. Box office opens nt 7:00; rictare Rtnrls at 7:1.^. 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