The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 1, 1946 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 1, 1946
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Traveler* Use two to Crackers : Atlanta Pitchtn : Hold Tro^tWn to One Run in Twin. Bill. Mid-Season Tradition Gives Pennant to Dodgers and Bosox NEW YORK, July 1. (UP)-If gnnio nt St. Louis, 3 lo 2 In 10 In- baseball's July 4 tradition menus ntngs. Poy Cultenblnc singled home winning run to Oft.. Julv,l. (UP)— M»n*«er KI KI .Cuyler' voiced fear t*»t the Atlanta Crackers"pitching' tiifl might fall apart on the club's current road trip s but as long ns his two dependables-^-Blil Ayers ona Hftrl McQowan—function normally h* eau leave -his oares In the dugout .• - •. ;-; :'.••.••! . ' jjKi-KI's one-two punch tossed lire-balls past the Utlle Rock Travelers yesterday like siiarks-off the a*om bomb blast and pave the <*»ckers two neat victories by c»uiits of fi to 0 nnd 3 to 1. Ayera notched victory No. 14 .with a seven- hit shutout in the opener and hud the Pebbles pawing futllcly at his offei Ings 8li:the way. iln the nightcap, Lcfly McGownn almost duplicated Ayers' shutout with n five-hit job but t'hci Peu- .bles |>eckcd across n rim In thn last inning. It was win No. 11 for McQwan. ' ;The doublo-w in padded the Cracx- ers' 'Southern Association lead by another half-game—putting them eight and one-half ahead of tnc Memphis Chicks who now occupy second place. The Chicks .stayed within hailing distance of Cuylnr'a fliers by edging tlie Blrmlnenm Barons 2 to 1 In a close duel between Dick' Midkiff and Wimpy Willis. Willis got the decision although he left the game in the 'seventh when, he'injured his ankle Itelding a .bunt ami Honier Sprnj-- gins finished- for him, jetting the Barons have their only tally m the ninth. The game was delayed ,111 Hour by, showers «nd a scheduled second tilt was postponed. f Nashville and New Orleans divided, n" couple In the Pelicans' pane, Nashville winning the opener 5 to I on R five-run blast in the seventh Inning off Harry Jordan. Lee An- tfeiny, although sprinkled for 11 hits, hod the Pelicans under control all the way. ^Walter Srnola turned in a sterling pitching job In the nightcap to 6H' C the Pels an. even -break, holding Nashville scoreless except for Bill Manning's homer as the home side racked up a 0 lo 1 victory, counlmi; five times in the first inning. ;-Chattanooga and Mobile had botli their games washed oilt in the Gull City and will play two tonight. Hlr- Epingham also will- play two Memphis while the other teams keep the same pairings for single night tilts. 'anything the 1940 world scries will be between the Hoston Uccl Sox and Brooklyn Dodgers since both clubs were certain today of holding Iholr first,place positions on the holiday. The axiom, which doesn't always work, particularly In the National League, Is that the teams lending the pennant races on that mid-season holiday go on lo win the lias. • In the past 30 years, the Fourth of July lenders wont on lo win the American Lenyue pennant 20 time;,, •whereas the National l,eanuc lender came through 10 times. Both tlid' Dodgers and the Tied Sox Improved their margins yes- crday with help from their neav- ;st contenders who MilFcrcd hu- nlliatlng defeats from last place earns. The Dodgers trimmed the lirnvss at Brooklyn, 4 to 1 as young liex 3aroncy pitched n four-hitter. Meanwhile, the runner-up Cimll- lals dropped live and a hulf gnmes off the pace by losing twice at Pltu- burgh. 4 to 3 and 1 to 0. Ilrooklyn >ut across three first nlnnlg runs lo clinch U.s flllli straight win In hurry. The Phils and QlanU divided nl ?hlladel)]hln a seven-run spree hy New York In the ninth Inning tuni- cd a pitching bntth: into an « to 1 rout in the opener. Johnny Mlze lilt a grand slam homer in the bit? inning. The Phils took the .second game, 6 to 5 In 10 Innings as pituhc Schoolboy Howe hit n homer ami touched oil the winning rally with a double. MIxc also homered in thr.t game. The Reds anil Cubs divided ni Cincinnati. Chicago taking tins' opener 6 to 5 as HI nilhorn pitched one-hit relict hall for seven anil a llilrd Innings, then singled In Ihu winning run In the eighth. In (he nightcap the Reds put over two rims! in the eighth for a 4 to :i victory.! Al Ilbkc doubled in one run with his fourth hit, then scored the oilier on a long My. Relief Pitcher Harry Guinbert WHS the winner. The Red Sox crushed Washington, 15 to 8, then dropped n 9 to" 2 decision in a pair or frec-hlttlng battles nt Boston. An eight run firsl Inning In which Lomi Culberson and Hal Wagner hit homers started 'Dave (Boo> Ferris oil' lo nn easy 12th victory. Die winning run to give Freddy Ilutehlnson the victory, Ne.wliou.ser giving up only (our hits In (he opener, .struck out seven Drowns. shading Jack Kramer In a tight duel. Walt Judnlch hit a second game Brown homer. The While Rox beat the Indians. 7 to 3 at Chicago, then fought to a " to 5 tie in a game called by darkness. Kd«ar Smith had only one bad Inning, the sixth when Put Reerey and Ix>u Uoiidreuu hit cessive homers for Cleveland, suc- The While Sox carrfc- from behind to lie the score of Ihe second game in the ninth. Three Blytheville Horses Win in West Arkansas Horses entered from Hlythovlllc l>y U. W. Wylle nnd Mary Jo Na- licrs made a good showing In the FiiycUevllle nnd Fort Kmlth Horse Shows held Monday and Tuesda.v In Paycttevllle and Thundny nnd Friday at Fort Smllh. Prince II, i-iUnrcd by Mr. Wylle won second plncr; In the threc-yenr- old dim In Payettevllle nnd won third |>lnce In the thruc-yciir-ukl class in ForL Smith. lllnck liambler. entered liy Mnrj Jo Nabers, won .second place In the Tennessee AimUcur Walking Horse class nnd Tcnnc.sscu Walking Horsi Indies <:lnss in Fayettcville. Strolling Merry Boy, nlso enic'ra 1 l>y Mr. Wylle. won third place in gelding .class In Forl Iho stud Binllli. Baseball Standings i MONDAY, .Kfo 1, 194B Wins 100 Merer Race Mat Paris to See Newcomer in Action Tonight Promo!cr Mike Meroney hns Newcomer IJUly Hickson and Omit: Ming pitte ( : against Ted Hell line. Chris Belkas tonight in n t:i>; nutcr. al thfe Legion Arena. Ming is Known In this section a^ a clean nnd capable wrestler. lieil and Bclkas. Greek cousins, have proved themselves to be msi and capable malmen with plenty or skill an<l speed. All four tusslnr.s arc big and can take K on the clur:. ISelkas will taKe on Ming and Bell will meet Hickson in' Die two one- fall SO-minute time limit matciies. Ulll Marlmcson. H:tr tratx 1111.11 Irom I'iuyhir University,' JVroaks the tape lit 10.1! seconds to win the 101) nujlcr race at 'Ihe' National AAU 'track Mcel \ln San Antonio, Texas, con'ilhu in second is Lloyd He.ich, riyht, from the University of Wisconsin. M:irtlneson was lil'uh mnn lor tlic nlyhl with a:i 1-2 points. (NEA Photo.) rtllnnl-i . ;. Memphis . .. Nashville . Ohnllanooga New Orleans Mobile . 1Mrmlnj>hnm MlHe Rork . W. . 52 . 4H . 30 . :to . 30 liosl AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Roland Bishop Wins Medalists Honors in Golf Tournament on The'Yankees dropped eight nnd|Ni'n- York „ Yesterday's Results 5 SOIJTITERN LEAGUE JJbtemphis 2,-'BlrminBham 1, second postponed, rain. -;Nashville 5-1, New Orleans 3-3. •Atlanta 5-3, Little Rock 0-1. 4Chattanooga at Mobile, rain. \, AMERICAN LEAGUE ^Philadelphia 6, New York 3. '^Boston 15-2, Washington 8-9. '5-Detroit 1-3, St. Louis 0-3. second, 10 Innings. ^Chicago 7-5, Cleveland 3-5, second called ninth, darkness. J> NATIONAL. LEAGUE .Brooklyn 4, Boston l.< ^Pittsburgh 4-1, St. Louis 3-0. New York 8-5, Philadelphia 1-16, wond.^K)- innings. »go 6-3, Cincinnati 5-4. a half names behind Iho Hud Sox lit New. York, losing their sceoncl strnlght Bniiie to the last pliice Atn- Icltes G to 3. Luther Kucrr lieUI Mn: Yniikccs lo two iiils. both of whle'n came in Ihc second Inning, n ;;la- glc by Nick Kllcn followed by n Hilly Johnson homer. The A's ninde nil their vims In the fourth, two on a homer by Sam Chnpniaii. Hal Ncwhouser pitched his Ihivrt shutout of the ycnr nnd won his 14th uniiie, 1 to 0 and the Tiucrs also boat [he Browns in the second two, Today's Games SOUTHERN I;EAGUK Birmingham a Memphis, nlBht. Attnnta at Little Hock. ChnUanaOfftV at Mobile. Nasliville at New Orleans. NATIONAL I.EAGTIR . Phlladelplua al. Brnokly •, nil, 11. Pittsburgh at Chicago. Cinetnnali at St. Louis, night. Only games scheduled. AMERICAN LEAGUE - Chicago at Detroit. St. Louis at Cleveland, night. Only games scheduled. Where Your Flowers Are—You Aral One call to us will arrange to have your remembrances sent, not just once, but month after month. Ask about this plan. TtOLFWWER SHOP *.TJ». Berrto* rh. <n . Mn. J. 1L (KM) W« Dciinr Anywh«r« OkDOM BUf. Ur troll WnshliiElon . St. Louis Clr-velaml Chicago i-h|]!!deli>hla . NATIONAL Procklyn Louis Pet. .riM .551 ,B:H .5ia .son .•MO .-10(1 Pet. .725 'c^r. C'liaiiipinnslilp I'li^lit '' ' Roland ULshop vs. 1.1. E. Mnnre The niythcvlllc ConiHry Clllll'u I llinn. nmnml (,'olf loiirnnmcnl w:is under- lyiui Eaton way lodiiy nt the Country club. Qualifying innlclics were finlslip ; | yestevdny with Roliuul liisluip vank- Inu McilnlLst ullli a liar 7-1 lor Hull) liolos. Flights for llin tniirnnmcnl au- ncunci-d lj_y Wcnclnll Eainn. Pro., nrc: Cincinnati :"'liil[i<le!pht Bcislon .' ,. New York Pittsburgh 2(> 3K 2(1 « LEAP.1IE W. L '111 23 :17 28 :!•! 28 .... 21) 2ft 81 2i! .SCII .4(1:! .•Ill ..ino ,303 1 Pet. .052 .r.on .r.48 .•175 .450 .103 .418 .-113 VA Operates Hospital MEMPHIS. Tcim., July i <up) —Tlic Army's IHIBO Kennedy Gcii- rrnl T Insult nl here yeslenlay was Umiwl .over to Hie Veterans Administration. Hill Pollard vs. Hrv. Harvey Kidd ,'James Guard v.s. Hay WliitlinglniV 111. A. Lynch vs. Clifford Cnnni-iilc George Ilubliard vs. Ilai'i-y Rirr Frank Whltwrji-lh vs. U. X. lirannon Jolui p. Lent! vs. "Doc" Callahan Jnmc.s Terry vs. E. 13. Gee 1st I'li-h; Charles Cri|;i;er vs. C. W. Afflick. C. M. nnck vs. Hill Godwin Father 11. Francis McDevlll. vs O. G. Ilubbnrd. R. B. Thomns vs. Qrriinrd C.oo.'h, "Doc" Ringlnnd vs. J. A. Letch. Jim Hnrdlni; vs. U. C. Fnrr. J. E. Uensley. vs. liichard Hfcker. J. M. Williams Sr. vs. "Mac" Wil- llnms. House Tlnip vs. lliiKh Whitsili. Dick Robrrls vs. Wallace Hokr. Thorp nrc 75 of Arkansas. counties In the .slate Paul liiijnrski vs. J. E. This Is YOUR Chance 150 Head Fat Steers and Heifers 100 Head Fine White Faced Cows (70 With Calves by Their Side) These animate will he auctioned off :it Stewart, Arkansas (S Miles South of Hardy) Friday, July 5th This is YOUR'chance nt a fine herd of Whitcfiicctl Caltte for breeding purposes. The steers arc "ready for Beef NOW! Tfcere are also 3 of the finest .1-year old Hulls r«i ever looked *l : These cattle are owned by JESSE WEBB, BlyriieyiMe, Ark. Fnllicr mons. M. W. Hsirt. vs. Dale Davis. ' Hanford shellon v:i. l!ob Porter. Jimmy HJeveu.son vs. Frr<l Fh-c- vs. Harry While-, lames Kltlsmy v.s. Hnlicrl Wilson. Visit Our New Recording Studio! We have installed Ihe \ very latest Equipment for Heconling Voices, Hand and Orchestra Music and Messages. We also Rent Sound K(|iii|>nient for Indoor iind Outdoor Events. BLYTHEVILLE RADIO SUPPLY Wholesale Only Phone 407 112So. 1st St. Men, Fe Have Your Sun and Fun Duds Wht-ti you relax over the "Ith" and on your vacation.. . . away from the lie;i( of the town and oul of conventional dollies . . . into In id' swimming trunks . . . Cool "T" Shirts, S|K>rl Trunks and comfortable Sporl Shirts . . . Well, We Have Them! Gabardine Sports Trunks 2.95 Bathing Trunks . 3.50 to 5.00 White or Colored T Shirts 1.00 Shorts Sleeve Sport Shirts 2.25 Long Sleeve Sport Chirts 3.95 R. D. Hughes & Co. The "MEN'S" Store i'hone 2721 ;(IO West Main St. Girls' Softball Game For Tonight Postponed Coach Firmr.n Bynum linn announced llinl the snftbnll Biuun scheduled between the nollirock Drug SCore girls nnd the J. C Penney cmii]>;iny girls tonight lias "icen i>OKt])Diie:l Iweiinsc o[ wet rounds al the Park, hut if tlin field " In slinoe. tlie Montgomery Ward •rnckcr-jnck.i will piny (he rliil- |).s Piillllns and Uio Hays' hov; vlll play the O. K. Cull onlili cmoiriiw nialit at llic Park. 'I hi Irst Kiiinc Is sclicfhiled to slnr •omiilly nt if o'clockk. New Theater Manila's Finest -Shows EVKRY NIGHT Matinee Saturday A Sunday Box Opens Week Hays 7:00 p.m. Sal.-Sun. 1 Cunt. Show-In? "Comfortably Cool" Last Time Tmlay "FRONTIER GAL" viili Yvonne I^Curlo, Ktnl (,'aine NKWS AND COMEDY J. LOUIS New York Life Insurance Xo. lilylhcvlllr, Ark. WRESTLING Blytheville Legion Arena Monday, July 1, 8:15 p.m. Adults, 3Ce, Tax !ic—Total 45<\ Reserved Si'ats !2c, Tax 3c—Tolnl, 15e. Children's Scats 12r, Tax 3c, Total, Ific. Reserved Scats on Sale at the Legion Arena Every Monday From 6 p. m. on Ted Bell - Chris Belkas r*. Billy Hickson - Chino Ming Also 2 One-Fall 30-Minute Matches TED BELL vs. BILLY HICKSON CHINO MING vs. CHRIS BELKAS Tiiesrlav —BARGAIN' NIO1IT— "DEVIL'S MASK" Vilb Ani(u Louise and Jim Bramltm I'LIIS SKKIAI, AN!) COMICDY \ilmtFwSion ,iflc :nnl Me CHICK THEATRE 'When Happiness Costs So Little" Week Days: Starts at 7:30 p. m. « Last Time Torlav "HIT THE ICE" with Alihotl and CiKsU-lIn Also News and Cartoons Roseland Service Station STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS OI'KN SUNDAY — GAS 20c George -Davis, iMuna Hiwav 18 West CASH BUYERS for YOUR PROPERTY! For a fjuick sale see me. I have buyers for homes. List your properly wilh me. My commission is 5%, have no sideline!!. 1^0 So. Second H. C. CAMPBELL Phones 44C, or Admission l~x; anil ^Oc 'Broadway Rriytlitn" iri Trrhnirolor wilh Ocnrsr iMnrphy :ui<l <4inny Sims Also Slinrls Used Ice Refrigerators - 50-75-100 Coin! Used Singer Sewing Machine—sews like new NKW CEDAU CHESTS—New Perfect Sleeper Innerspring Mattresses — Box Springs Alyin Hardy Furniture Co. 301 East Main phone 2302 All our Kmnloyees arc War Veterans. Terry Abstract & Realty Co. Abstracts of Title — Lands — Loans 213 W. Walnut Phone 2381 Open 1; Starts 7:30 p.m. AIR CONDITIONED Last Time Today 'kiss and Tell' Shirley Temple .Icronift Coiirtlaml Walter Abel Paramount News Also Shnrts Tuesday PAL NITE The Trail from the East' l>e Trnry, Nancy K(-lly Lnsl (*hnpt«r; "The Monster anil The Ape" ALsii SliorLs RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Box «mc« »pcin at 7:M>; Pietarc starts at 7:15. Monday^ Tuesday ' THE OUTLAW Laughs, Thrills, Srns;iei«n! Savj l.ovr! anrt n new slnr! Hownni Hughes' daring prmlurtio | rxaclly as filmed . . . Not n - Lent. Top Prices for Cattle, Hogs Short haul — Less shrinkage and no commission means more money for your livestock. LEO SWIFT BUTC NCR'S ABATTOIR Phone 3458 For River-Washed SAND and GRAVEL Phone 965 We Also Sell Good Black Sandy Loam and Dirt for Fills LARKIN SERVICE STATION I j FELIX A. CARNEY j City Radio Repair | Radios and Appliances j 324 E. Main St. Phonc 2 407 '.__„_______ P * . i i i {IT'S Roth rock DRUGS Free Deliver. Phone 451

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