The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 3, 1946 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JULY 3, 1940 Crackers Divide 4- k WHh Travelers Move to Memphis For Four Gomes In Three Days. ATLANTA, Ga., July 3. (UP) — The Atlanta Crackers, leading the Southern Association [icnnnnt race by pine full games, moved Into Memphis today to engage the second ploce chicks lu a four-game jeries. In three days. Manager Kikl Cuyler or the Crackers iiKd his three aces, Bill >y*rs, Earl McCotvnn and Shelby Ktoney, winners 'ot 14, 12 and 10 CMKS respectively, ready to throw •C&inst Doc Prothro's club and there seems little chance of the Chicks gaiuing any ground during the sc)W*. lest night at Little nock, Cuyler dipped down into his second flight burters and managed to gain nn tita split in a doublcheader with tbe Travelers. Dewcy Adklns scattered six hits to win the seven-inning opener (ov tbe crackers 7 to 2 but, Wilbur Beeser and Etnll Lochbaum were hit Jinrd in the second game which Ute Travelers won behind the four- bit shutout pitching of Jim Mains. , Bill Metzlg connected for a homer with the bases loaded in the first .iiHitag of the nightcap to put the Travelers off to an early lead and the Crackers never not back into Ule game. At Mobile, the Chattanooga Lookouts moved into third place by'tnk- tae a 4 to 3 game from the Bears. ' Two games had been scheduled but only one was played due to a late start caused by wet grounds. Bob Callan B°t credit for the win nl- ttvHigh Max Wilson liad to come to Jiis rescue in the final frame. At New Orleans, the Pelicans dumped the Nashville Vols Into fourth place by scoring a 1 to D win in' a tree hitting game in which the Pels made 14 hits and the Vols .13. Dick CaMahan, who relieved George Turbevllfe in the fifth was tie winner while Al Trclchel started arid lost for the Vols. At Memphis, the Birmingham Barons squeezed out a 4 to. 3 wl" • 4£ Vernon "Rocky" Stone got the better of Herman Drefs in a mound ttuel in which each side got seven hits. '" New scries begin throughout the league today with Atlanta al Memphis, Nashville at, Mobile, Hinnlng- j at Little-Rock and Chattiinoo- at New Orleans. ' ' Start 81-Mile River Trip Legion Juniors Of Blytheville To Play Osceola The lilylhevillo Junior American Legion iKisclKill team will play the Csccola Juniors tomorrow as a part of the July 4tli celebration in Os- ccoln. 'I'lie two teams have met three times thi.s season witli the Osceola Juniors walking nwuy twite Hie winner:). Manager Marshall niackard has chosen Leroy Stniiberry to start on the minimi and P. D. Foster behind (lie plate for the locals. Etanberry pitched the Blytlievllle Juniors to a 5 to a victory over the powerful Hot Springs Trojans in his last performance on the mound. ether players in the lineup include: Randall Workman, lo Homer Smith. 2b Dill wlxson, sa IJan Cukhvell, 3b Stanley Hcod, if Berry Allen, cf liobby Mullen, rf The ISiylhcvllle Juniors will play here Sunday when they meet the Caraway Junior American I^egioti team in Walker 1'ark. 7/gers to Play In Lepanto Tomorrow Baseball Standings SOUTHERN LEAGUE The niythevllle Independent baseball team will go to Lepanto tomorrow for n yame with the Le- panlo Independents. Tin; Tigers will be seeking their ninth victory this season as compared to one loss to a strong Cor- uthcrsvlllc Brown Shoe Factory Independent, team. Frank Kills, a smooth working right-hander, will .start on the mound ami Hilly "Flash" Chapman will be behind tlie plate for the Tigers. Ellis has won four games against no defends this .season and also has pitched in relife roles. Tlie Tigers will lie xtrcnglhcnetl by nuil Wilson and Mayficld "Sonny" Lloyd, two new additions to the team. Tlie lineup wll l be; B. Chapman, c B. Meharg, Ib A. Crowe. 2b H. Dc'lonrj. ;;s J. H. Lutes, 3b J. Lllflttc. llf A. c. Bunch, el F. Perry, rf W. Atlanta 53 Memphis 44 Chattanooga 41 Nashville 3D New Orleans 41 1 Mobile 33 Birmingham 33 Little Kock 30 NATIONAL Brooklyn St. Louis Chicago Cincinnati Boston Philadelphia . .. Pittsburgh New York AMERICAN ioston . New York .. Detroit . ... Washington Cleveland . it. Louis ... Chicago . .. Philadelphia Mrs. Geonjle White, 35, left, and veteran rivcrman Harry Alcson, 42 donn Iheir swimming fins im;l life preservers just before they began' Ihcir 81-mile down the Colorado river. They left Las Vegas, Nevada, Saturday, Juno 22, and niter shooting down the rapids of the upper Colorado, they hope to arrive nl the calm waters of Luke Mend next Saturday, June 20. (NBA Telephoto.) , Relief Hurlers Help Brooklyn Pile Up Highest Percentages Strikeout Star Loses Softball Contest Here IV te took n game from the •rjlba Wholesale,Softball team last eight in Se-nath, Mo., as the Senath . Independents edged out the SeUba team 2 to 1. :. The game was a pitching duel between Blytheville's ncc, Krwln Jones, wh'b struck out twenty and allowed only one hit 'and IIoll- - inean, Benath's star moundsnuin. Hoiliingan 'allowed, only three hits. The only hit off Jones cajue in 'Hie last of'"the seventh- 'Inning, when Richmond hiti^ri home run that tied the game. The game ran ; t*o extra innings laslng an hour '.and twenty minutes. Jones didn't walk a mall. Sonny NEW YORK, Jll|y 3. (UP) — Brooklyn rclicl pitchers hnvc gained 19 of the team's 45 victories this season nnd for more than one reason that seemed today to bo the answer to the team's fast pace In the National League race. It means first of all that the Dodgers h»vc a knack of winning ball games in late Innings. It means also thai manager' Leo Dmochcr lias the most uncacny knack of getting relief pitchers into the game at the right time ol any pilot In the business. The 19 victories and seven defeats by Ihe Dodger rescue corps for n percentage of .731 Is better than the overall Dodger percentage of .CM on 45 wins and 23 defeats. And no other team in either lenuue is close to the Dodgers in relief victories. Tlie Cubs are second with a 14 and 7 record while tlie Red Sox in tlie. American League are third with a mark of 11 and 4. The Red Sox percentage of .133 on relief victories is a shade higher than that of the Dodgers, but Boston rescue artists aren't called on nearly as often. The Dodgers applied their standard formula for victory In beating the Phils at Brooklyn, 3 to 2, yesterday for (heir seventh straight Blylhcvlllc hitter with one hit h officially one time at bat. Ed Hall was behind the pint for the locals nnd Wilson cuugh for the Senalh nine The Saliba team lias booked return game wilh Senalh here fo next week., .. Games -Id;be ^li^yed tills week, i the "Y" "Jfchjiuc '.jiaVe Tbcen post ixmcd, Cimchv 'Bymim ' ha's 'tni nounced, because Ihe stadium hn .been rented. The next games ai Lcdbsltcr was the leading scheduled for Monday. nclicf piIchcr Alt Herring blanked ic Plills for three Innings, and ic Dodgers clinched it in the ninth hen Herring himself singled, nmv. d up on Eddie Stankey's sacrifice nd scored on Cookie Lavagetto's Ingle. It was Brooklyn's 10th' .might victory over the Phils tills cason. It was Herring's fifth vlc- ory, four having been in relic! oles. Cincinnati scored seven unearned uns after Enos Slaughter dropped nuly nation's liner in the third ' beat Die Cards at St. Louis. 1 to . The fourth straight Cardinal de- eat put Brooklyn seven mid a half ames in front. Johnny Vnndcrmcer vas Hie winner although he was lanished In the ninth for throwing ball at Slaughter In a play no irst base. Pittsburgh's suddenly revived )itchlng staff turned in its third •tialglu shutout and its fourth in i week after the Bucs had gone 57 games without one. Ken Flclnt- zelman was Ihe latest zero artist,, loldini; (he cubs.to four hits In u to 0 triumph at Chicago. Rookie Ralph Kincr hit two homers and a double. The Braves shaded the Giants, to 4, at Boston when pinch hitler Dnnia Rowell tripled in the ninth •uid scored wilh third baseman WU aignoy threw low to first on Pliil Masi's Infield bounder. Billy Herman homered for the Braves. Spud Chandler, knowing he had to beat the Red Sox In order for (lie Yankees to keep up even n pretense as contenders, held them hitlers for seven Innings in a two- Mlf.2 to '1 triumph before 08,617 paying funs, largest crowd ever to see' a night fame in'the majori at New York, chandler walked nine ' in (he first four Innings and his early wildncss enabled Boston to Scout Game Goes into Extra Inning The first game of the Ulythcvlllc "Y" Inlra-Seoui softball league was Played yesterday in Walker Park between Troops 3U mid 18. This league is sponsored by His Y. M. C. A. and Ihe Scout t'.'uops of Ulythcvlllc. Troup 38 won the game by a score of 7 lo (j alter it fast and furious Inning. The winning team held a desperate lust inning rally to throw the game Into Ihe extra Inning. Alan Berry of Troop 38 brought In Ihe winning run. Troop 78 had only one run fit the end of the filth but staged a rally In the sixth which threatened seriously till It was puffed out by alerl fielding of Ihe oppo.iliij; team. Frank Wagner was credited with the win while Lloyct Ford suffered the defeat. lolfcrs Qualify Today 'or Memphis Tournament MEMPHIS, Tcnn., July 2. CUP) — Qualifying round opened today in 'IP Colonial County Club nmatcui Dlf tournament with numerous out- anding stars competing. Among the bolter golfers were iob Cochran, St. Louis, who almost vcn the Memphis Open last year; :ary Mlddlccoff, Memphis; Spec Goldman. Dallas, Tex.; 'IVilford Wehrlo, Chicago; and Chick Evans, ormcr national champion. Comedian Bob Hope ,shot over lalf of the country club course •cstcrday in an exhibition match. to score on two passes a sacrifice nnd an Infield out. Bobby Doeri singled wilh one out in the clyhtl: to ruin the no-hitter. Nick Etter doubled home one Yankee run anc George Stirnweiss scored the othe with a single after Phil Rizziito hart tripled. The White Sox won 'heir firs game of the year at Detroit , getting IB hits to shade the Tigers. 8 to 1 Hank Greenbcrg liis his 20th home for Detroit wlillc Jimmy Blood worth of the Tigers and Taft Wrigh of Chicago also connected for rouiu trippers. ( Relief pitcher Bob Lemon Biiinc( a 4 to 2 victory for the Indian over the Browns ns Cleveland tool over fifth place from the losers. The Washington at philadclphl double header was mined out. L. 'it 31 37 3« 39 44 40 47 LEAGUE W. L. Pet, .... 45 23 .CG2 30 30 32 36 28 35 ....28 37 28 40 LEAGUE W. L. Pet. 51 31 34 31 32 Pet. .654 .543 .527 .520 .013 .429 .-110 .390 .552 .531 .492 .411 .444 .431 .412 42 37 33 32 31 27 20 19 29 31 33 3R 33 30 4C .129 .592 .544 .500 .457 .449 .409 .303 Cincinnati 1, St. Louis 0. AMKK1CAN LEAGUE Chicago 8, Detroit 7. •^•^••••^^^^•••••••.•^•J •dl RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. 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Fairgrounds Hlythcvillu, 'Art Celebration GRAND OLD OPRY BILL MONROE and His Blue Grass Boys ROD BRASFIELD Teller of Tall Talcs" Wednesday Adm. 25c ft 50c See and Hear in Person On the Stage The DILMOR BROTHERS Picture: FRsc Alan Curtis, Susannc 'Also Shorts ' SAL" Foster "A Guy Named Joe" Spencer Tracy, Irene Dunne Also Short Fridav »nd Saturday UOUBI.E FEATURE "Beyond the Pecos" Kod Cameron, Fuzzy Knight "Unwritten Code" Howard Freeman, Ann Savage Serial: "Kaiilcrs of Ghost City" Chapter 13 Also t'Lirtuou OWL SHOW AT 11:30 P.M. "Frozen Ghost" Ijiin CI in i icy, Ann So them So rial: "Captain America" Chapter 3 SPEEDY MeNATT World's Champion Fiddler and His Cumberland Mountain Hoys 30 Stars of Radio. Sta^c and Screen - GUAUANTEK1) 'i'o be the Higgcst and TJcsl A(tnic(ion Ever to I'lay lilylhevillc Buy Advance Tickets NOW Admission Advance Adults—60c Children—30c Adm. at Gate GOc & 90c 1'cd. Tax Inc. Tickets nn Sale nl OWKNS DRUG STOKE Free Parking—No Ccais i...,,...;. 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