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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)" COURIER NEWS Iffer 13 Innings Legion Junior* Top ' Caraway 17-0'in •Second Sunday Game. The Blytheville Tiger Independent baseball team nosed out tlu Kelser Independents 6 .to 4 in 13 Innings and the Junior American Legion baseball team walloped the Caraway Independents n to 0 yesterday 1 in a second game In Walker Park. Kelser scored first In the 'first inning after Tommy Thompson walked Watson then came lu on a long drive by Hill which was an error on Blythcville. The Tigers came in in their half of the first and scored one run as A. O. Bunch singled and scored en a double' by Jim Henry Lutes. Kelser went ahead In the scconn RS 'Seniors scored on a pass ball. Bill Delong, ihe first batter up in the third, singles t:id Ihcn scored on a single by Bunch. The game was a ntp-and-tuck affair with Ihe game lied up In Ihc fourth after Felts scui'ed lor Keiscr and Jack Lafittc came across the plate for ihe Tigers. The game was lied at 4 up at file end of the cighlh which caused the game to go on lo 13 Innings when A. C. Bunch doubled then scored and won the game as Vie Wilson doubled him home. Tigers Grt 11 lilts Lee Weldon pitched for Kelser holding the Tigers lo 11 hits. Tommy Thompson, started on ihe mound for Blytheville but was relieved In the fourth by prank Ellis who was the .winning pitcher. Ellis allowed seven hits but they were scattered and the visitors just scored once on the smooth working right- hander. > Weldon struck out nine baiters, Ellis struck out eight and Thompson struck out five. Moss led the Kelser hitters with two singles and a double In live times nt bat while Vic Wilson led flic Tigers with a double In one tr> Randall Workman pitched a four hit Job foi the Juniors and struck out six batters. Moore and Gibson struck out one batter each lor Caraway. •Rough" Lutes won hitting honors-for thc local Juniors with two hits In Iwo times at the plate, wjiilo earner led Caraway with one hit-. In ono time up. Workman collected three doubles and P. D. Foster got n double while Dan CakTftel! got a triple. This was Ihe second defeat the Carnw-u aggragalion hud suffered at Ihe hands of the Juniors. The game was held to seven Innings. because of n lale slnrt. Box score for -first game-. Ktlser AB F Weldon 2b........ 5 Watson, ib 5 Hill If 6 Moss, 3b 5 I*. Weldon, p 0 Felts, c 6 H Seniors, '55 5 McLain, Ellis, rf . While, cl and promise trie rough and tough Wrestling Fans To See Much Action Tonight Promoter Mike Meroney's weekly mat show tonight will feature Don Rodriguez and Barefoot Ballarct opposite Red Roberts and Happy Davis In the Legion Arena. These four huskies weigh 2M pounds or more fans plenty of stuff. Ballard and Davl s are newcomers in this section. Rodrlquez wrestled here about four years ago. Roberts Is Ilie rough type ol wrestler using some slugging mixed with choking, Davis is roug:i and ready for action at any time. Rodriguez, a Mexican, is! tougn while his partner, Ballard wrestles without his shoes. In the two one-fall 30-mlnule time limit preliminary matches. Roberts will tangle with Ballard and Davis will Inke on Hodrlqiic*. The main event, tng match, will get underway at 8:15 o'clock. Mobile Shows Prospect of Greater Power ATLANTA. Ga.. July 8. (UPV- Deacon Branch Rickey's slow Infusion of new blood inlo Ihe Dodgers' Mobile farm appears lo l)c reviving the Southern Association second division. The Bears have looked like .a classy ball club for thc lasl week and they really operated In high year yesterday to cool off the Birmingham Barons' hopeful homecoming by taking two games, each through one big Inning. Ed Smolko. on« of Rickey's resuscitation crew who has shown flashes of promise, had thc Barons on his hip In the opener after a rough first inning. The home-club sot three tallies In thai frame but Smolko pitched scoreless ball the best of the way and his males fell on Rocky Stone for nine runs In the eighth, wrapping up a 10 to 3 victory. Manager Ai Tod« jockeyed pitchers in the best Dodger tradition to win the nightcap 3 to 1. Thc Bears scored all their runs in thc third but when the Barons began threatening Todd took out Clyde King for Joe Totils ...... 50 4 BIjtheville • AB R B iiclong, ss ...... '.'... 61 A C Bunch,. of >. t -• .'6" 2, -3'-'! B Wilson* 2b-f 'V- '^ J :v*5\V<6->;i;''t B ' " •••••• ••«• ' • Powers Eind Pat McGlolhln was on the firing line at the finish. The double win consolidated the Bears In sixth place but they still have « long way to go before they breathe the fresh air of the .500 class. The New Orleans Pelicans fought, the league-leading Atlanta Crackers all the way in Iwo gruelling games and got an even break for their effort. Atlanta, on to ft 4 to 0 lead In the opener, saw the Pelicans eat away the lead run by run until the teams went into the eighth 5-sqiu\re, but Mike Ullsncy's single scored Ted Cleslnk from second in the ninth to give thc 2 home club a 6 to 5 win. The pesky Q Pelicans rushed across five tnlUed 1 in the seventh—and final inning of 2 thc nightcap and Atlanta's pair of — tallies in the bottom half couldn't 14 quite match it as New Orleans won H 8 to 7. 1 Memphis and Chattanooga, bat- runncr-up .honors .behind U«-HL. I.I.1-.1 .- _!.. j ( ^ Chapman, c 3 Crowe, 2b Mehhrg, Ib Thompson, Ellis p ... Wilson 3b Totals 47 5 11 Second" game: Caraway AB R Booth, 3b ..2 0 Farley, c-r£ 1 0 Stubbleficld, cf 2 0 Gibson, p-lr 1 0 Poe, lf-p 3 o Woodard, Ib 3 o Garner, 2b 1 o Watsoa, ss 3 0 Moore, p-cf 2 0 Brooks, rf 2 0 Clark, c 0 0 Ray, c 1 o 1 ed the Lookouts except for Hilli 0 Layne's homer as the visitors won 0 G to 1. 0 Nashville's home-run power broke 1 loose belatedly to give thc Vols ;u 1 easy double victory over the luckless Little Rock Travelers, 11 to and G to 3. Jim Shilling and Pete Thomassle hit homers for the Vols in thc opener and Ted Pawelck am Heinz Becker in the second game Arl Parks and Butch Nleman clouc- cd home runs for Little Uock. The teams are paired In singli games tonight against the sauv opponents. Totals 21 Blytheville AB Phillips, cf 5 P. D. Foster, c 5 D. Caldwell, 3b 4 S. Hood. Ib 2 H. Smith, 2b 3 B. Wixson, ss 3 R. Workman, p 4 R. Lutes, If 2 D. J .McLcod, rf ?... 2 Totals 30 17 13 DRY SCALP ^VcMINO ItELleVBx. Read Courier News Want Ads. Pennant Races Oversha'dow All-Star Game in Big Leagues SATURDAY, JULY G, 19-10 NEW YORK, July 8. (UP)—Five land lanngci'S: Including Steve O'Neill, runs, he boss of thc American League quad, made it plain today Hint the Jcnnniu races arc more vlthl lo hem than how well their slar pitchers faro In tomorrow's AU- :iar game at lioston. They pitched their aces In regu- 11- turn yesterday, Instead of rosi- ng them until Ihc mid-season clas. iliivlng |n two of his team's ntil tire ic between tne National and Amcr- •nn League k'ams nt Fenway I'ark. Thai means the five who worked, Bobby Feller of Cleveland. Hal Newhouser of Detroit and Spud Jhandler of New York for MIC American League, and Howie Poltcl 3f St. Louis and Klrby Hlgbc of Srooklyn tor the National, will Imv,. only two clays of rest for Ihelr All-Slar chores, which Is about ia!f the amount n pitcher usually Moicovcr, the three American -eiifjue (lingers are the ones which O'Neill has announced he intends 0 use exclusively, starting with Fel er. carrying on with Newhoiiser ml finishing with Chandler. Manger Charley Grimm, the National caguc pilot, hasn't named his lichens but he may be in t\ bad •ay if lie doesn't intend lo use 'ollct aikl Higbc. deflnllcly his aces. Pollelt pitched a three-hit, u lo victory over Pittsburgh iijlcr the lards won the opener, 4 to 3, ntn- ilni; their winning streak to live nines and cutting Brooklyn's first, 'lace margin to live games. It was "ollel's eighth victory and Ills hird shutout. Thc Cards gave him 5 to 0 lead In th c first two In- iliigs. Rookie Catcher Joe Garn- lolu broke up the first game u.v iltting n nlnlh inning single witii he bases loaded. Hlgbc was a loser nt noston, I ho Braves pouncing on him for a 3 a 2 victory with two runs in the Intli. The Dodgers won Ihe scc- nd game. 4 to 2. Thc Giants replaced trie Phils 1 sixlh place at New York, beal- ig Ihem 2 to 1 and 10 to 2 on ffcctlvc pitching by DBVO Koslo nri Rookie Monte Kennedy. Eddie Lukon hit two homers and single to drive In five runs as he Reels topped the Cubs at Chl- ago, G to 2. The'Red Sox didn't use either of heir All-Star pitching nominees, fickcy Hnirls O r Dave Ferris, but '"n a double header from thfi Senators anyway, u to 1, behind Tex nughson nnd 9 lo 4 behind tan Drelsewerd. The Yankees dropped seven and hall games behind the Sox by putting with the A's. They won ho opener. 1 to 3. But the victory ost them the services of All-Star New York . Dctroll . . Washington Cleveland . St. Louis .. Chicago . . Philadelphia Baseball Standings KOUTIIKltN I.KAGUK W. L. Atlanta . .. Memphis . Chattanooga Nashville . New Orleans Mobile . Birmingham 5(1 47 45 42 43 31) 35 Little Rock 32 50 51 Girls to Play Two Softball Games Tonight There will Ire two girl soflbail games lonight In Walker Part when the o. K, Cab team plays the J. C. Penney Store outfit and thc L -,». Rothrock Drug Store girls play Hie .311, Fil'.palriclt Jewelry Store girls. .5401 T nc °- K - Cal > team served notice that they will be strong contenders for the league championship in ihe first girls game Iwo weeks ago by clowning Ihe Fil/.palrlck girls 9 lo 1. John Lent/ Wins Golf Match From Callahan on 21si Green .513 .500 NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pet. Brooklyn 43 28 St. Louis 43 31 Chicago 38 33 Cincinnati 34 31) Boston 34 40 New York 33 41 Philadelphia . 30 3D Pittsburgh 29 44 AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Boston r>4 23 47 42 37 35 34 29 22 .019 .5H1 .010 .480 .450 .440 ,435 .397 Pet. .701 .'i03 .508 .507 .455 .453 Butteries for tonight's games were not announced. The first game will start at 8 o'clock and the second Riime Is scheduled to start at o o'clock. Yesterday's Results SOUTHERN LEAGUE Memphis I-C, Chattanooga 2-1. Nashville 11-0, Little Rock 5-3. Atlanta li-7, New Orleans 5-8. Mobile 10-3, Birmingham 3-1. NATIONAL U:AC,TI« Now York 2-10. Philadelphia 1-2. St. Ixnils 1-c, Pittsburgh 3-0. Brooklyn 2-4, Boston 3-2. Cincinnati 0, Chicago 2. AMKHICAN LEAGUE Boston 11-9, Washington 1-4. New York 7-1. Philadelphia 3-4. Cleveland 3-0, Chicago 2-5. Detroit 3, at. Louis 0. All-Star Traditions Go Into Reverse for Big Leagues' '46 Classic BOSTON, July 8. <UP>—Tradition was in reverse today as major leaguers converged on baseball- berserk lioston for tomorrow's animal All-Star game. In past years the National Leaguers liatl the pitchers, but the American League sluggers usually packed enough punch to offset tln-ir efficiency—in least that is the wav it happened in eight, out of \'i years. This j'car, however. It Is the .American Leaguers who have Ihe pitching aces and on thc strength ! thc mound staff they are 3 lo 1 favorites lo win, notwithstanding the fact that Ihe "clrenni-nanip" has been a hurlers' nightmare in the past. Aside from the American Lea- Hue's admitted pitching edge, there isn't a greal deal of difference between til Iwo squads. John Lent! won a holly contested match yes lord ay from "Doc" Callahan, steele, Mo., in the last ol thc first loiiud matches for . the championship of Blythcvi'ile Coun- Iry club. They finished Ihc oulgoing nine all even. Lcnti scored birdies on the 10th and llth to go iwo up. |<Jallahnn eked out a win on Uie '12th while Lcntl took the fourth with a par when Cnllahan • faiteii lo get down his 10-rooL putt. Callahan won the 14th with n par three when Lentl's putt Tailed lo drop. Both players scored bira- ies on thc long 15th and both players held par on the 10th, A!, Ihe 17lh Lent! was just short ui the green with his approach while Callnhnn's ball barely held tne erccn. Lcnti chipped dead to thc Pin but Callahan rammed down his long putt for n birdie to even the match. The 18th and 10th were even pars white Ihe small gallery got a real Ihrlll on Ihe 20th. At this hole Lenli was on the green with his .second shot, while Today's Games SOUTHERN LEAGUE Memphis at Chattanooga. Lltlle Hock at Nashville. New Orleans at Atlanta. Mobile at Birmingham. AMERICAN LEAGUE Open date. NATIONAL LEAGUE Open date. TERMINI X TERMITE CONTROL Triple Guarantee . Guaranteed by Bruce Termlhii Cnmpany. ""i/ LUC-HI u«: services of All-star * •" Outfielder Joe DiMnyglo, who suf- Guaranteed by E. I. Bruce Co. cred n twisted knee and sprained 3- Gui ' r anteed by Sun Insurance inkle sliding into second on a two Office. asc hit. Chandler, batted out in ho second : game which the A's von, 4 to 1; was a loser to wnr lero Bob Savage, who held New York to six lilts. Newhouser, blanking the Browns. to 0, nt Detroit, gave up live 'its for his 10th victory ami his ourl.li shutout. Feller, obviously not exerting him- elf, gave Cleveland a 3 to 2 vic- ory over Chicago, giving up 10 "is and striking out six for Ills 5lh decision. Ed Lopat, Chicago southpaw won Iho afterpiece 5 TO holding the Indians to two nils BRUCE TERMINX CO. Licensee of E. L. Bruce CompdHy I5ox 1270 >' Memphis, Tenn. Southern League Heads For Attendance Record MEMPHIS, Tenn., July a. <UP) — Flushed wllh unprecedented pros- licrity, thc Southern Association today set its siyns on a 1940 nl- lendance goal of at least 1,COO,<11)0 —an all-time high. League President Billy Evans reported thai 1.015,202 paying ciistu- mcrs had flocked through turnstiles to see games through July 3 aim an estimated 30,000 more attended Independence Day doubleheaders. Tlie league was already 372,344 customers ahead of totals for the same stage or ihe rac-j last year, filth best year in league hislory. It was apparent lhat the 21- year-old league record of 1,351,570 would be broken. Thc only question remaining apparently was how '" h woukt be Ihc new record. In Stock Now! Ono or two room si/.o OIL HEATERS Those heaters were very scarce last winter so why not let us put one aside for you now in our hiyuway? $37.50 HUBBARD HARDWARE CO. 213 Wesl Main St. Phone 20l5 WASHER SERVICE Philip Frcl Vacuum Cleaners. Funs. Irons nrul Small ADAMS APPLIANCE CO., Inc. .1. W. ADAMS. J[|;r. 1'liono 2071 200-OS \\ T . Main Callalian's tjall barely rolled over thc green. His chip shot wns | straight lo the roll, hit the back or Ihe cup and came to rest six Inches away while Lentl's lone putt for :l| birdie also hit the cup only lo co:ne out. Cnllahnu 1 losl (he match when lie smothered'his drive on the 'Jlsl, then proceeded lo hit two balls Int.) the uoods in an effort, to take ii short cut to the green. Both players were cjie over par for the llrsl 20 holes, i Other first round championship matches edw Hill Pollard defeat the Kev. Haivey Kldd one up Saturday. Frank Whltworth defeated U. S. liranson one up and Roland JJishop defeated B. K. Moore, Osce- o!a, four mid three. In tiie first flight, C. M. Buck easily won from Bill Godwin six and five. Kalher McUi'ViU defeated O. G. Hubbard three and two, E. 11.' Thomas won three and two over Bernard Gooch and Mac Williams Jr. sent Dr. Joe Beaslcy down 0:1 tho 18th hole. In Ihe third flight Wallace Hoke won over Dick Roberts one u», Fat her Bnjorski over J. E. Simmons .six and five and Lynn Eaton won from Harry Whitis liiiee a»<l Iwo. Championship, night pairing for "JIMMIE" PARKS Quality Cleaners Prompt IMck-uj) and Delivery Service * Phono 3555 for Ueltcr Cleaning-Pressing 428 West Ash J. LOUIS CHERRY Repracntlnc New York Life Insurance Co. BMheTtUe, - Aik. HOW'S YOUR RADIO We Give 1 to 2 Days Service on any Make. We'll Make It Work! Fred Callihan Phone 2642 We Call For and Deliver Authorized Motorola Radio Saks and Service 106 South First St. We have for Immediate Delivery %/ Butane or Propane Gas .. For River-Washed SAND and GRAVEL Phone 965 W. A/so Sell Good Black Sandy Loam and Dirt for Fills LAMM SEIVKE STATION CULTIVATORS -for Cotton, Corn or Cane, $ Priced at . These Cultivators should save their cost In Four Days Use APPROVED, INSPECTED AND BONDED BY f THE STATE OF ARKANSAS BARKSDALE MANUFACTURING & MACHINE WORKS r- Phone 2911 — Blythcville, Ark. WRESTLING Blytheville Legion Arena Monday, July 1, 8:15 p.m. AiluMs, 36c, Tax Oc—Total 45c. Ilescrved Scats 12c, Tax 3c—Total, 15c. Children's Scats 12c, Tax Sc, Total, 15c. Reserved Seats on Sale at the Legion Arena Every Monday From 6 p. m. on Red Roberts - Happy Davis n. Barefoot Baliard t Ppn v , c Rodriguez ^;-^v-%- Also 2 One-Fall 30-Minute Matches RED ROBERTS vs. BAREFOOT BALLARD HAPPY DAVIS vs. DON RODRIQUEZ FOR SALE Concrete Building Blocks Also CULVERTS 12 inches to 48 inches We are Dealers for THE FAMOUS WATERPROOFING Osceola Tile & Culvert Co. Phone 691 OSCEOLA, ARK. Rose I and Service Station STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS OPEN SUNDAY — GAS 20c George Davis, Manager Hiway IS West the quaiier finals arc as follows- Kplnnd Bishop vs W. J. Pollard James Guard vs B. A Lvndi Oeo. Hubbard Jr. vs Frihk Whi'- worth Johnny Lent! vs James Terry In the consolation flight n j; Moore will face the Rev. Mr. Kldd Hay Whiltinglon will meet Clitfo-d Councill. Harry Fa rr L , . Ml ' ca igainst U. S. Branson, and "Doc" Callahan will play E. B. Gee Second flight pairings arc charlc- I'igucr against C. M. Buck, 'Fa'tnei- McDovitt and E. B. Thomas Dr Ringland and "Mac" William^ Jr' In thc Second Consolation c W Afllick will play Bill Godwin-' Ci G. Hubbard I s to play Bernard Gooch; J. A. Leech will mccet Jl')'Harding, and nichnrd Becker vi-il'l- meet J. M. Williams. '•'' Third Flight pairings will 'send Hugh Whilsitt against Wallace Hoke; Father Bujorskl against M W. Hail; Lynn Eaton against Hubert Wilson; and Sanford Shelton against J. E. Stevenson. Third consolation pairs Include House Harp with Dick Roberts- J E. Simmons and Dale Davis- Robert Porter and Krcd Fleemnir Harry Wliltis and James Klttnii"' All quarter final matches arc 'o t completed by next Sunday niglit, Phone 2882 for A Taxi O. K. CAB Jack. 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