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f AGE SIX BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEW8 MONDAY, JUNK 2, 1947 Three Missco Amateur Teams Tied for Lead in League as Manila Defeats Lutes Nine ', . The'Manila entry In ' the" Mississippi County Ainateu.' Baseball Uatfw yesterday knocked the Lutes nine from the top spot in Hie il—"-E- and threw Ihe Blythevlllc Route 2 Lookouts, Yarbro find • OMUr Into a Ihree-way l'.c lor first place. Itie Lookouts puslHsd across six* rang ill Uie second inning to down tbe last place Little River learn, • in 4, in a game played on the iUttle River entry's diamond. Uttle River took an early lead The Winner . . . Mauri Rose bf scoring one run In Iheir hall . ol the first inning, but Ihe Look- oute changed the piclure with the sl«-nm second inning outburst. WUdbn; IJItle River hurlcr, set- tied down after Ihc big inning and ' held . the Lookuts scoreless .. fir the remainder of Ihc game, but Llltie Rock th« damage was already done. Little River added another run in the last of the sixth and ninth-Inning rally produced two more tallies for them but Frits West, Lookout hurlcr turned on the cteam and nipped the late rally fftet gave up nine hits over Hie rente while he and his Icamniatci pounded Wcldon for 10 safclles. T. C. Hopper, Lookout leftficldcr iras the big gun at Ihe phtle slaai- whag • out Ihree bingles in llvroe trips. Ellis," Little River catcher tei his team collecting two hilt Jn lour trips to; the plate. iTigers Defeat Huffman Mead's Blytheville Tigers walkc< , ow 'Huffman 15 to 5 in a game '• ti Walker Park yesterday after: BMn. The Tigers got to Clcmmons, HoTTman hurler, for 19 hits while HJcks and Frank Ellis were hold: ta« the visitors to 8 bingles. : .Metcalfe, Blytheville centerliclder. . rapped out three hits In four trips : to the plate to lead the Tigers' . htttliig atlack. Stewart paced Huff' man with Iwo hits in four Irip.* ; Ttie "league-leading Lutes Nine 1 ftU before the 'powerful bats : , the Manila team 10 to 9 in a game played on the Manila diamond. Uutes took an early lead, scor- I runs in the first inning, bill SOUTHERN LEAGUE W. L. New Orleans 31 19 Mobile 28 20 Chaitanoogu *... 27 23 Atlanta 23 24 Memphis 2V 24 Nashville 20 23 Birmingham 23 27 18 31 BASEBALL STANDINGS Pet .620 .MO .489 .461 .4'J5 .4fi9 .367 NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pet New York M IS .505 Chicago 22 16 .579 Boston 22 17 .56* Rrooklyn 21 n Pittsburgh If 13 Cincinnati "23 Philadelphia '17 23 St. Louis IS 23 .472 .425 .425 AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Detroit 24 14 New York 21 I 7 Cleveland 16 15 Boston •.. IB IB Philadelphia 18 20 Washington 1819 VashinBlon 1(5 19 Chicane- I" 22 IL. 'Louis • 15 21 the team was unable to protect the lead'as the Manila batsmer slowly crept up on them. Rain and int grounds slowed Uie game do*' 1 ' considerably and caused severa oxtly .errors. Ttie loss by Lutes dumped then Into second, place in the Icagm •Undine with first place going int< • a three-way tic between 'Blythevill Route 2, Yarbro and Cooler. In what wa s probably the bra gate of the day, the Cooler nin nmtd .out Number Nine 2 to 1 o the Number 'Nine diamond. Ballc • vmt the roulc'for the victors an turned in n-three-hit pcrformanc MiMon Lowery pitched for Number Htae. giving up six hits. "Hie Yarbro nine combined cijjhl hits «with lour Armorel errors to defeat the Armorel team 13 to 1 on Amorel's diamond. Ted Fanglit started on the mound for Armorel but gave v/ay to a pinch hillcr in (Jie fighth .frariie and Gene Beard finished Ihc tilt. Grovor Whittle Pet. .632 .553 .516 .500 .474 .457 .457 .450 .4171 .eague Leaders Split Twin Bill Mobile's Ace Hurler Blanks Pelicans in First Game 9 to 0 Racer Killed Battle Royal Looms Tonight For Wrestlers Cords, Crackers Await Trippi's Injury Reports Shorty Caution, veteran Indianapolis racing driver, was killed when his car was pushed into the i'C* laining wall In the 31st Annual Speedway 500-mile race. (NEA Tel- cphoto) MISSCO AMATEUR LEAGUE Uj'lheville Rle. 2 Yarbro Cooler ,utcs , Blythevlllc Manila . • lull man . ...... Number Nine Armorel Little River W. 4 . 4 . 4 . 3 . 3 . 3 . 1 . 1 . .1 0 Winner of the 31st runninp. of the Indianapolis Speedway classic. Mauri Rose, gels a big kiss from screen star Carol Lundis, after being presented with the Horg-Wnniei 1 trophy. (NEA Telepholo.) Pel, .809 .803 .ODD .'(501 .bOD .600 ,200 .200 .2 TO .030' Yesterday's Results niythcvllle 15. 'Huffman 5. <Blylheville Rte. Two G, River 4. Yarbro 13, Armorel 1. Manila 10. Lutes 9. Cooler 2, Number Nine 1. Boston Braves in National Bolster Fans' Pennant Hopes NEW YORK, June 2. (UP) — i cner, 5 to 3 when Eddie Millei Patient Boston Brave inns, who n two run homer in the ninth, hin have waited longer for a pennant [ 10th rmmd-trippev of the year, than Ihc followers of any other I Ner.v York took the second tjamc, 13 major league team, were hoping lo a by coming from behind the • " scoring six runs in' the seventh nn<! three more In the eighth. Bill Rigney and Ernie Lombard! hit ATLANTA, Oa., June 2. IUP) — New Orleans held a two game nargin on first place in Southern Association standings today after livldlng a twin bill with the run- icr-up Mobile Bears. The Pelicans salvaged the nightcap 4 to 1 after dropping the opener 9 lo 0. «oy Boles, the league's leading luirlcr, blanked the Pels with ihrcc hits in the first game whlla his teammates battered H arney Cook, Bob Wright and Wall Sinoln for 14 base blows. iWalt Cress took over on Ihc mound for the Pels in the nlgh'.- cap and turned Ihe Mobilians back with only, three hits. -Paul Winner .wii s touched for eight safeties including homers by -Pete Kraus and Ed Lavigne. Cal Abiams homered lor Mobile. Allanla and Chattanooga bun jpllt doiiblclieadcrs/. Charley Trippi, Crackcj- rookie, wrenched his shoulder painfully while trying lo field a lly ball against Birmingham. He will be oul of the lineup for at .cast a week. Chattanooga's Gil Coan—southern batting champ in 1945, injured his leg while sliding into second base against Nashville. Atlanta downed Birmingham 4 to; : 2 in the first game wilh Dewcy Kcneth Mcrrilt. pitcher 'for the Adkins getting the win. The Bar- 1 Blytheville Cotton Pickers won his ons sighed back to take the own ball game yesterday afternoon "'CTr c mucr""" 1 ' 5 *** ™'\ to W^fiewTlthZAnT on'to ' 'Nooga overcame Nashville 8 to i> \ beat the Osceola Junior Legion in the'first game with Hal Todies team 3 to 2 at getting credit for the 'ATLANTA, Ga.. June 2. The Chicago Cardinals football.; team and the Atlanta Crackers baseball team today" awaited medical reports to discover how seriously their prizj star. All-American Charley Trippi of .Georgia, was. injured in a baseball game ycsler- '•'riippi, whose football contract with the Cards and baseball agreement with the crackers cost both clubs a mountain oi money, hurt his shoulder trying to catcl> jit • fly ball in a Southern ^feUalioii game against Birmingham and was Little SOUTHERN LEAGUE Memphis 6-5, Little Rock S-2. Chattanooga 8-5. Nnshville 5-8. Atlanta 4-1, Birmingham 2-4. Mobile 9-1, (New Orleans 0-4. Cotton Picker Hurler Swings .Mean Bat, Too (Scc- NATIONAl, HAGUF 'Boston 2-8. Pittsburgh 9-7. ond game 10 Innings.) Cincinnati 5-9. New York 3-13. 'Brooklyn 6, St. Louis 1. Chicago 4, Philadelphia 3. AMERICAN 1EAGUK St. Louis 7, Philadelphia 2. (Second game. rani). New York 11, Cleveland 9. (Sc nt ;th c taming in route for the victors, ond game, darkness)^ a five-hit performance.' — -• • -• ' Mack Denies Sa.'c of A's PHILADELPHIA, June 2. (UP) — Roy Mack, vice president of Ihc Kifladelphia Athletics said there Washington at Detroit, rain. Boston at Chicago, rain. Sad Lad Today's Games SOirntERN UEAGUE LiUlc Hock at Memphis, night. Birmingham at Atlanta. Chattanooga at 'Nashville. Mobile at 'New Orleans. AMERICAN UIAGUS Boston at Chicago (21. •New York at Cleveland. Philadelphia at St. Louis, nighl. Washington at, Detroit. NATIONAL LEAGUE SI. Louis nt Brooklyn. pilUburgh tit lioslon. Only games. Former Cards' Catcher, Phillies Manager Dies today that history would repeat itself in reverse. The Braves moved in first then when miracle man George Stalling got the 1D14 club up off the cellar floor and brought it in for the only pennant the Braves ever won. The Red Sox came through Ihc fallowing year lo keep Boston i" the pcnnnnl swim by winning the 1915 flag. This time the Red Sox got in first by winning the 194G pennant nnd now just lo keep matters straight, the Braves are out lo hold up their end of the deal and to say the least they look as likely as any of the olhcr contenders in the '"'mad-dog" National League pennant scramble. Moreover, they look considerably, better nt the moment lhan Ihc fiUtci-ing Red Sox, who are having hard time to keep at the .500 level, whcrens at this time n year ago llicy were selling Ihc American League pace by six and hall games. Hravrs Moun.'smcn I>clivcr Brilliant pitching and timely hitting have been the principal factors in the success of Ihc Braves who swept their second double header in three days 'yesterday through use of this combination, lopping Ihc Pirates, 2 to 0 and 8 to 7 nt Boston. Johnny Sain, pilch- ing his fifth victory and second shutout, won the opener by holding Pittsburgh lo three hits and striking oul seven batters. Bob Elliott batted In both Boston runs, one on n homer. In the second game the braves scored Ihe winning- run In the 10th when Connie Ryan tripled home Johnny IIopp. The Braves took a 7 to 3 lead i" this contest bv scoring four runs the eighth." then blew it when Pittsburgh put over four morn hi ilh. two on cully Illknrd's Ralph ICincr hit two Pirate and New York homers and Frnnkie BaiimhoU?, got one for the Reds. Hnrrv Gnmbert. nn ex-Giant won the first game and lost the second In relief roles, while Genn Thompson, an ex-Red won Ihe second game in relief for New York. Johnny Mizc and Lombard! each batted in Ihrcc rims wilh three hits a- picce. ' ;1 Dodgers Down Cardinals Dodger rookie Harry Taylor licl'l the last place world champior Cardinals to five hits and scorct n G to 1 victory over their ace Harry Brcchcen at Brooklyn H vhlcli four Cardinal pilchers were -appcd tor 11 hits. Peewpe Reese ill a homer and Dixie Walker'and Gail Furiilo got three hils apiece for Brooklyn. Doth Brcchecn ami relief pitcher Ted Wilks were bopped by balls, Brcchcen gelling hit in the back of the head by n throw- in when he tripplcd and went on to Esorc the only Rcdbird run in Uic fifth, wi'lks was kno.-ted cold when hit on Ihc jaw by n Urn- duvi olf the bat of lookics Taylor. The Yankees and Tmliruis ha: home run parade at Ck'vinnnd as New York scored an 11 to 8 victory in which Joe Dlmnggio hi two round trippers and charlc; Keller and George McQuinn got ; one each, nimaggio's second blast came with the bases loaded in the ! eighth and broke a 7-all tic. Bob Lemon, Hal Peck and Eddie Robinson hit Cleveland homers. The second Ynnkcc-Tndlan game rained out. The Browns breezed to a T to 2 victory over Ihe Athletics in ylilch Jack Kramer won his first game in a month and Bobby Dillin- for the win but the Vols put over seven runs in a third inning oulbursl lo cop the nightcap 3 -to 5. •Memphis downed Little Rock twice fi to 5 and 5 lo 2. Ed Weiland did relief work for the Chicks in .he ninth and got credit for his second win in two days. Freddie Biggs hurled a five-hitter to win the nightcap. Deal and Bradley homered for the Memphians. Druggists Win 3-2 Victory in Softball Game Ted Fisher, hurlcr for the Owens Dni" Store softball team, won a pitchers duel from L. W. Pitzhugh, of the Sam Johns nine as the pill Rollers put brakes on the high- lying Smokehouse boys, handing hem n 3 to 2 defeat in a Ci^y Soltball League make-up game at, Walker Park Saturday night. _.-_-- Osceola. With Hhe score tied at 2-all and two out in Ihc first half of I seventh inning, Mcrrilt sent one ol J. T. dinners offerings into dcs]> left field scoring his battery male, Lloyd Koontz from third base with the winning run. Merritt held the Osceola nine lo foui 1 hits, allowing two of them to be bunched in the second inning for two tallies. The Cotton Pickers collected seven bingles p-'t Coit- ners. • After the big second inning, the Osceola sluggers were unable to tlo anything with Merritt a s he struck out 11 and gave up only two hits in the remaining seven innings. The Hoi Springs Junior Legion nine will invade Biylheville for Iwo games Thursday and Saturday afternoons. Osceola will reluni here for a single gams Sunday. A conglomeration of wrestling talents will be dumped into " IC 'Legion Arena tonight, stirred well by Referee-Promoter Mike Meion^'V and left to come lo a boil before the local grappling fans, who like Ihcir ring liallles well done. Everything from science to slugging, rule-book to roughUousc is :xi:ccled to turn up in Uic wecklj Kitlm: nbuiuof 4jm>,-"to tag match tonight when Joe WoJlo forcel ( lo leave the game, and newcomer Paddy Mack" s'*'ap leg holds and left jabs v>ilh I!1 " Canny and Prince Omar. .It any ol Ihe four matmcn .ic^s lo his individual talcnls, the separate ingredients of tonight's mixture stack up somewhat as follows Mack — Ihe lad ,viV:i Ihe Irish handle i s a new face in Promoter Mcioney's wrestling stable. Advance information on him is scarce hill Mcroney describes him as a 2vO- poi:nd veteran of the wrestling game. Lefty Pacer, who has appeared hero several times, rales Mnek highly. Wolfe—No stranger here. Woltc borrows lricl: s from his past career ar, a gridman and spcrls in dumping o;>poncnls with flym:' Works and. Hying tackles. If any science appears ill the bnltlc.s lo- night, it will come from Wolfe's work. Canny—The sell-admired ex-boxer wilh Uie friendly look ol a c<v> nercd mountain lion is a walking store-house of 'rough stuff. Canny most effective lactics are throw backs to past experience ar, : Icalher-ptisher and his heavy SK hits hard and often. Omar—This titled wrestler tw-s a lively game but his greatest talents lie in providing comedy relief. Spends most of his time 5-crcaming vociferous objections to just about everything. Sometimes i:c gets mad enough lo wrestle. Proceeding the tag wrangle, Walfe will battle Omar and Mack with tussle with Canny in two one- fall prelims. Administration said today. They arc Pete Lopez of Denver, and Jack Kojach oi Cicero, 111., who arc bowling Siom Utters in l\ VA's national lO-in-leani championship. The Vans Nuys Hospital leads will) a score of 5,532. Second comes Kennedy Hospital, 5,15-1. New Theater Manila's Finest Shows tvtRY NIGHT Maliiiee Saturday & Sanda; Uox Opens Week Days 7:WI p.m. Hat-Bun. 1 p.m. Cunt. Sho.lQf i ] Paralyzed Vets Bowl While Lying on Stomachs WASHINGTON, June 2. (UP)— Two entrants ill a nationwide bowl lie contest for paralyzed veteran ire holding their own even thoii?,! tliev have to bowl while lying fta on ' their stomachs, the Veteran Eich meeting Saliba Wholesale the nightcap. __ IT Last Time Today "DEAD RECKONING" with Humphrey ISugart, I.k.thclh Scolt ' ' Selected Short Subjects Tuesiliiy " "Sunday Dinnc* For a Soldier" with John Hfldiak, Anne liaxfrr Scleclcd Shorts hits while he and his teammates! were collecting seven off Filzhugh.l , Jumped into the lead inj your back the first inning by pushing across J one run. They returned in the second to add another score to Ibeir lead, am! aridcrt their final marker in the sixth. The score remained at 2 lo 0 until Ihe sixth when Jack Duclos crossed Ihe plale for the first Johns' tally. Bill Wixson added another in the final rscna .cidity of your urine mikei che » you groan ... 30 you '™** to -» ™«"' Announcing S tr s BRADENTON. Fin., June 2. (UP) ...„ _..., _... o —•Funeral services will be held In | a i,y which Ihey won the pennant Philadelphia Wednesday for Jimmy | tn lots—complcln domination of Wilson, who reached baseball stardom as catcher on the famed St Louis Cards' Gas House Gang a»d later managed the Philadelphia Phillies nnd the Chicago Cute. He of a heart attack. died yesterday He was 46. another club-drubbed Ihc Phillies for Ihe seventh slraiuht time without defeat. 4 to 3 when Clyde McCulloiiKh's triple in the ciislith MaX Nuebler, 5, thinks the preschool physical examination given all Cincinnati, O., children is no laughing mailer. It school fa anything like this, Ihinks Max, he'll have none of it. Novice Takes 3 Strokes But Sinks Hole in One KANSAS CITY, Mo., June 2. (UP) —Martha D.lctz, Olympln, Wash., ii novice at ihe game of golf, got a hole in one yesterday, out look three strokes on the hole. She swung twice before connecting wilh 'the ball. n do . _ _ Louis tally. The Briwns now have stolen 25 bases. t\vo more than iv the entire 1S46 season. Jeff Hcall hit a tripplc and homer and Vcr- noii Stephens a homer In the victorious attack. The second gam was rnined out. The Washington at Detroit and I Boston at, Chicago American Lea- the"cubs"ofVto victory wilh a two jB«e double headers bolh were rain- run first inning homer. Relict pll- i c d om - cher RUSK Meyer was the victor, gaining his first decision of inn .yoar. The victory put Chicago within half o game of Ihc first plncc Ciinnts. In 1B45 IHe Cubs won the pennant by boating Cincinnati Three generations ago n famous doctor noticed that hundreds of his patients hnd this backache. He developed a mcdicinr made of exactly the right amount of 1 6 herbs, toots, vegetables, balsams—truly Nature's own way to relief. Now millions have used it. The t;l?«t- eine il Dr. Kitmet't Swamp-Root. In- ttantly you take it. it starts to work raine and the tying run was put| ^s^o^^e^^S ml at the plate for the games. Il- I , heflow O f urine to help case IhttVmtmi.s lal put OUt. • 1 t ens«tion whtn you puss watrr . . . <"><! Tom LilllC Jr , Owens' right 'fclmlrter irritation that makes you (jet up fielder pnccd his team in hitting nighti. Caution: tai:e as directed. You'll collecting a triple and a single _ •ay.u • r ™\ 1 J? rolInB °"'" 11 ° tu |; nd to D< . pt . w. in four attempts. Bob Mullen and K ;| nlcI . a, Co.. Inc.. Box 1255. Stnmrord, Clifton wixson led the Smokehouse conn. Or—get full-sized bottle of Swamp- team Wilh two billgles ill four Root today «t your drugstore. I r ips. ' ' ~ - : The loss by Ihc Johns nine left Ihc 'Lay Eich Icatn sole owners oi Ihc league lead and threw them into a second place tic with Owens. Tuesday night's schedule will line! Hays Slore meeting Ark-Mi Power in the first Agame and Ley ELECTRIC SHOP ft House Wiring • Farm Wiring •> Repairs Phone 2397 500 Norlh 5th Street Bob Powell T. W. 'Hop' Neil All Work Guaranteed Your Ilusincss THEATRE LUXORA 'PRIDE OF THE COMMUNITY" Open at 7:00 p.m.; Starts 7:30 p.ml ^ scored Bob Sturgeon with the win- j ning run. Pcannls Ycslerdny's Slnr — Jollin' Joe nimjiRRio, who hit two homers, one with 'the bases loaded, and added ^ ^ n double and .sinr.le to boost his.,, l:attii)R average in points to .352 was nothing to rcporU loday thai Ihe tl«b would be sold by his lather, 84-year-old Connie Mack. Rom where I sit.-. fy Joe Marsh Doesn't Want Bootleggers I guess » lot of you noticed Where citizens or Drew County voted to continue the legal sale ot alcoholic beverages. It interested me—and it might interest you— to know that Drew County has had the legal sale of alcoholic bev- cragea only twelve years. Old- timers down there told me that for more thin sixty years before national prohibition their county WM "bone dry"—legally, that Is. Actually, of course, it wasn't. Illegal liquor kept right on flowing from the bootleggers, they said. The people of Drew County mu«t have figured they liked legal •ale and control and wanted to keep it thai way rather than take a chance on back-nllcy bootleggers. They wanted to keep Ihelr tax nickels and tlimcs rolling to the tuberculosis sanitarium, tho school teachers and the old a&e- pensioners. They realized lhat bootleggers don't pay taxes. From where I sit. it looks like T>ITW County folks knew that prohibition does not prohibit. n :i out of 22 games. las the Yankees defeated Cleveland,!""'"" The Giants split with Cinein- u u> 0- | Kiiky inti al New York, draping the op- [ ' Bros. Store3 Drug. Stewarts Drug nnd BLYTHEVILLE LEGiON ARENA LOWEST ADMISSION 1'UICH ANYWHERE! Reserved Seals on S..lc at the Lesion Arena from^ Monday, June 2 TAG MATCH AMUHSAS CWWBiTH, UNITE) STATK BWWCTS FOONOATKH DOTP, STAH W«KTO«...«Z m*MK) HOC., UTTU *CXK, A»K. Bill Canny and Prince Omar versus Joe Wolfe and Paddy Mack ALSO 2 7-FALL, 30 M/NUTC Bill Canny Prnpe Omar Paddy Mack Joe Wolfe T 5 18.95 The Cats Out of the 8 WE'RE HAVING A CLOSE OUT SALE Regular $1.95 10" VISE GRIP PLIERS --$1.50 up Regular $5.85 — 6 volt 25' Cord TROUBLE LAMPS Regular $20.50 Atcmitc 40 Ib GREASE PUMP Regular $13.95 Pyrcnc 1 quarr Fire Extinguisher - - - $8.50 $35.00 1V2 ton CHAIN HOIST - - - $32.50 Regular $32.50 1 ton CHAIN HOIST - - - $30.00 Regular $65.00 220 volt 3 phase 'Sioux Bench Grinder - - $30.00 DELTA IMPLEMENTS, Inc. Last Time Today 'NIGHT AND DAY" (In Technicolor) with Cary Grant, Alexis Smith Monte Woolny Paramount News Also Shorts Tuesday PAL NITE "VIOLENCE" with Michael O'Shea nntl Nanny folcmai | Serial: "The Vigilante' Chaylcr RIT£| Manila, Ark. Monday & Tuesday 312 So. Second St. Phone 863 INTERNATIONAL Truck HEART NEVER A GREMER THRILL! HKO News anrt Short

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