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PAI (AKK'.V NKWS THURSDAY/APRIL 13, 19W rooks Again Seen As Nationals Best Cards Second , By Jack Band tj> ORANGEEURG, S. C., April 13. (AP)—This is the *T*BrookIjn era in the National League. Unless the confident trip over their own press clippings, they figure to a second stiaight pennant. Peihaps the aging St. Louis Cards, with their gilt- .fedged pitching, again can make it close Maybe Billy South- "•i'worth can threaten with his revamped Boston Braves, *£" More likely, the Brookljn club* *f* p ith its speed, extra base power, tejun-making abilltj ai»J tight defense has too much on the ball. Ex- ^cept for erratic pitchni" the-Dod- C?fers are a well balanced team. They jvshouldnt lose unless they beat ***themselves with over-confidence. Uf* The Phillies a real surprise pack- £*ftge last vear, probabls are at least §,*« >ear away from serious pennant, fy^ontenlion Pittsburgli should do ^belter If second baseman Danny £ Murtaugh bounces bad New York, /minus some power but stronger in i the infield shapes up as a second £Tdh ision club U Bums "Stind Pal 1 Club ICi Despite a fine showing in the i'-'fcrapefruit League It looks as ^though the only club Cincinnati '"•tan beat out is Chicago. The Cubs' Six Schools Yie Today in ^emiscot Meet Vft f"youth movement hisn t Ind lime to i Jell " " Brooklyn is pretty mucli a "stand *) pat" ckib Rookie third baseman ijBob Morgan is the omj Important in. He should add even more to the batting attack that 'petted 153 homers twice as many , as anybody else In 1949 fcf Jackie Robinson, league batting fcehamp at 342 Carl Funllo and Gil •4 Hodges were the big RBI men last jSieason. Although Robinson,:now 31. ^-reported overweight there is no ^reason to think he won't be Just as 'r"iood This rmv be the jear for Bright fielder I-urilto a 324 batter, 7\fa challenge for the hitting crown. 4 Hodges only 26 is one of the better 'irst basemen. In baseball. Despite 285 average he knocked iri 115 ins. Pitching Is Problem Behind the big punch trio, the [^Brooks show Pee Wee Pcese. top stop In the league left fielder Hermanski cenlcr fielder Snider." catcher Roy Campa- «lla and Morgan In the regular 3. i Pitching is the Dodger problem, that cant be too serious when i have an ace like Don Newcombe, : Jumbo-sized Negro who won 17 last ear He should win 20 ***ithout too much trouble 0 Preacher Roe, \ery effective with ^inough rest Joe Hatten nnd sore- Tjjrmed Ralph Brinca are the other |i$egular starters. You never can tell Ifj-what new phenom may pop out. of r3Branch Rickey's fram system. There ESlways Is the chance of a trade for •eA regular starter because the Brooks ^bave so much available talent. 1 jo Hrre 1 ! the way It looks from jj^ 1. Brookljn *?t t St Ixmlf Hi 3 Boston ,; JK 4. Philadelphia &3] 5. Pittsburgh Q} t. New York JJ, 7 Cincinnati W- ». Chicago gTigers Score in Ninth To Beat Chisox 4-3 Tenn April 13. (AP) *— The Chicago White Sox are the doormat team of the 19oO Orape- J*nnt League They have won live |jl»mes Hid lost eight for an aver- 3*ige of .386 against major league E Competition lt '3 Detroit scored one run in the las .of the 'ninth to beat the Sox last .night, 4 to 3. '-a • - — llndia Adopts "Bharat" Zfor Its Alternate Name , 'KARACHI, Pakistan (AP)— Pak totan newspapers have announced t y!hat henceforth they will call In i;(fla by its new name, "Bharat". Tiv •riew Indian constitution adopted 'Bharat" as an alternate name to India. But "India" continues to bi ;lised in English while Indian lang uuage newspapers and books usi *Bharat," or "Hindustan' ^Pakistan previously has objcclcc itp India's continued use of the old : >iame after partition. M.A. Jinnah [founder of Pakistan, preferred 'al ,^ays to say "Hindustan" even in English. Pakistan Prime Ministe ^Llaquat AH Khan recently has ret ,eped to India as "Bharat" in hi : pttblic statements. Six schools were on hand at Kaytl Ills morning in hopes of stopping Coach Bee Underwood's host In- iian team from making off with he honors In the annual Pcmlscot County track meet. ( , Preliminaries were run off this Doming and finals were 1 slated to iot started' at 1 o'clock this after- loon. Teams represented at the meet Include Hayti. Cnruthersvllle, Warden. 3cering, Stccle. Bragg city and lollnnd. Dcerlng took honors at last 'ear's meet when Hayti was second. Coach Underwood's thlnclads have wrapped up wins In two trl- ngular meets with Pemiscot Coun,y teams tills year. Bathers Trounce Razorbacks 14-3 Bv The Auoclated Presi The University of Arkansas base- bail team didn't have any luck against professional opposition yes- .erdny. The Razorbacks took a 14- pasting from .the Hot Springs Bathers of the Cotton States Lea£'e at Hot Springs. And, at Arkadelphia, the Henderson Slate Teachers nine may have set some kind of record for misplays. Anyhow, the Reddles were charged with 12 errors In losing to Arkansas Tech. 18-2. The Hot Springs-Arkansas 'tilt was a seven inning night affair. The Bathers made 11 hits, including a two-run homer by pitcher Ed Shafcr, to five for the Razorbacks. In tile Tech - Henderson game ^ichison held the losers to three nils while the Wonder Boys got II off three Henderson hurlers. Exhibition Baseball Results . Yesterdays Results Roanoke (PL) 4 Boston (A) J (A) 3 Raleigh (CAR) 5, Philadelphia Gainesville (BS) 1, St. Louis (A) 0 (6 innings) Washington (A) 1», Durham (CAR) 6 Boston (N) IS Richmond (PL) 3 New York (A) 6, Cincinnati (N) • Cleveland (A) 9, New York (N) Louisville (AA) 5, Philadelphia (N) 3 Chicago (N) S, St. Louis (N) 4 Brooklyn (N) 3, Baltimore (INT) 3 (10 innings) Detroit (A) 4. Chicago (A) 3 Pitteburgh (N) at Indianapolis (AA) (cold .weather) Today's Schedule Boston (A) vs. Richmond at Richmond, Va. New York (N) vs. Cleveland (A! at Kansas City, Mo. Chicago (A) vs. Detroit fA) a Memphis, Tenn. St. Louis (A) vs. Pine Bluff a Pine Bluff, Ark. Washington (A) vs. Reldsville Rcirtsville, N.C. St. Louis <N) vs. Chicago (N) Little Rock, Ark. Philadelphia (N) vs. Cincinnat (N) at Cincinnati, Ohio. New York (A) vs. Pittsburgh (N at Pittsburgh, Pa. Missco Savings Bonds Sales Total $78,187 Mississippi Counti'nns purchnsci a total of, $18,187.25 worth of U.s Savings Bonds during the mont' of March, the Savings Bond Divi sion for Arkansas reported today. Of the total, S57.6S7.25 represent ed purchase of Scries E bonds an. 520,500 was spent in Scries G bon sales. Total bond sales throughout th state during March amounted 52,922,550.75. Be Thankful For Health Most of us who enjoy good health accept it as a matter of course It is only when we have experienced the pains and suffering that accompany severe illness that we can fully estimate and value | the state of being well. i For more than fifty-four years Chiropractic has been delivering i an ever increasing health service lo sick and sutlering humanity. r Chiropractic Is a separate and distinct health science. The Chiro- ; praetor does not treat, heal or cure. He uses no drugs and he does not practice medicine, surgery, or osteopathy. His objective is lo restore the normal transmission of nerve force from brain lo the various organs, muscles and tissues of the body, by ad- i justing Ihe vertebral subluxatlon that is creating Interference to such normal transmission nnd causing disease In the body Rei ncwed health Is the natural result. Lindquist Chiropractic Clinic Phone 3170 ' 615 Chickasawba Street Biylheville, Arkansas Golfers Tee Off In Atlanta Open Snead and Dcmaret Boomed as Favorites In $10,000 Event GROW FISH. GROW!—David Olsen, right, has vision: Warden John Miles Flynn measures his catch' in Freci is of a fat fine instead of frying fish as Game ecport, N. Y. All was legal, the 16-year-old fisherman having one eight-inch and one 10-inch brown trout to take home. Parties Escape Him at the Moment But Major Hoopfe Picks the Phillies By MAJOR AMOS B. HOOPI.E Egad! Here we corne, millions of cntle renders, bursting out of our ocoon again with a big surprise for 'ie baseball season. Some of you may indeed be hocked—hak-kaff—to note that I announcing the Philadelphia lub will win the old gonfalon in le National League, Boiling my reasons down for uch a selection, let me merely say itling and pitching and youth. Unassailable, eh? Here is the way they will wind p, Oct. 1: MERICAN NATIONAL Jlevelnnd Philadelphia loston Pittsburgh few York Brooklyn' Detroit St. Louis Philadelphia New York Chicago Boston Vaslilngton 1 Cincinnati it. Louis Chicago Alns! I fear the Yankees have hot their bolt. (Ed. Note: He said hat last spring, too!) They ar« reaking at the Joints. Boston's Red Sox, mechanically* perfect, lack the spark, the spirit, he fire. In the other league, Philadelphia as simply everything. Look at the Ineup of that sterling teaml Such lames as—drat' it—their names es r ape me at the moment—but what's n a name? A home run called a circuit clout ounds just as sweet! • ., VVatch Cleveland and Luscious Easter. This big fellow is a real ence-bustcr, as McOraw .used lo y irates Send :lmer Riddle Sack to Minors Old Pal of Doubled »y'i sny. The few long base hits the Indians lacked last year will be stroked by Big Luke. And did you know Lou Boudreau, "Peerless Lou," as I have called him, is finding boys now for hitting into double plays, failing to advance runners, failure to lay down good bunts and other little lapses? ' . It's going to be -loads.of fun they tell me, and how' can 'such system fail to win a penant? Jack White Is Named fankees' Line Coach NEW YORK, April 13. (IP)— Jack White, today_ was named line loach of tHVJNew York Yanks of he National 1 Football League. White thus rejoins Red Stradcr, coach of the Yanks. White was trader's assistant when Strndcr WAS head mentor of Hie Yankees in .he old All-America Football Con- 'erence. Hudson Recovering REIDSVILLE, N.C., April 13. (AP)—Pitcher Sid Hudson apparently will be ready for the start of the season next week. The Washington Senator pitcficr, who hurt his arm March 28, showed signs of recovery yeslerday at Durham. In six innings he yielded seven hits, but did not Issue a walk. He struck out six nnd gnve up two runs. Miller Looking Good In Cardinal Lineup HOUSTON, Tex., April 13. (AP) — The St. Louts Cardinals disposed o an old problem .and picked up a new one. '' ' : They used to wonder who wouli replace Marty Marlon at shorUtop this year when he needed rellel Now they're asking: shall it be Ma rlon or Eddie Miller at short? Since Miller joined .the Cards he's had plenty of-chance to show his stuff. And. manager Eddie Dye liked his performance. Miller's ac qulsition was a timely one as Ma rion has gone to St. Louis for treat ment of a knee Injury. Bangkok Newspapers Tell Story of "Unique" Fall BANGKOK-m—Local newspapers have their own way of telling their stories. One told how a mother with her baby in her arms jumped from a third-floor hospital window. "Fortunately," it said, "the ground below broke her fall." Another woman said stic was pregnant, but physicians told her she merely had an intestinal disorder. The papers carried long storicj about the ghost which was supposed to have caused the condition. The avcrnge person walks the equivalent of twice - around - the globe in the course of a lifetime. Timid Lion Comforted By Dog at Moscow Zoo MOSCOW—MV-The Moscow zot possesses a timid lion which canno get nlolig without protection an companionship. The lion to be sui is ust a cub. But he let himse! get so down and out with Just pint lonellne.v: that attendants put a do In the cage with him. • On one occasion the two wer strolling in the open under th supervision of their trainer. Th lion managed to endanger a youn rooster belonging to the zoo. Th rooster attacked the young king beasts who fled. But the dog too after the rooster and drove nil "Say It With Flowers" BI.YTHEVII.LE FLOWER MART Memphis Hiway Phone WOz Parties, Speeches Inaugurate Mack's 50th Year in Baseball INDIANAPOLIS, April 13. (AP)— ".imer Riddle, veteran National ,eague pitcher, is back in the minor cagucs again today because he ealizes he hasn't the stuff to help he Pittsburgh Pirates. Manager Billy Meyer yesterday •eluctantly released Riddle outright to Indianapolis of the American Association, the team on which he 34-year-old right-hander played shortly after beginning his career and where he finished the 1949 season. There's always the chance that Middle will be back in the big leagues. Only a few years ago he went on the voluntary retired list 3ec!iuse of nrm trouble, then came back with Pittsburgh to become one of the National League's most talked of pitehers. That was in 1948 when the veteran right-hander, obtained from the nciimati Reds for the waiver price of $10,000, won seven of his first eight games in a Pirate uniform. He was plagued by an injury later in the season and wound up with a 12 10 record. Riddle first went to Indianapolis in (he Inst part of the 1937 season, a year after he broke into baseball. In. 1939 he became the property.of Cincinnati Reds ,a team for 'which he won 19 and lost 4 in 1941 for a creat .826 record. In 1943 he was a workhorse for the Reds, winning 21 and losing II. F. L WICKER MACHINE SHOP 215 North 2nd — Just Call 2192 LAWNMOWERS Power and hand mowers sharpened and repaired... picked up and delivered. BLACKSMITHING Plow points receive prompt and expert sharpening. WELDING Acetylene and electric.''; .in (he shop or on the job. Satisfaction guaranteed. MACHINE WORK W« have the experienced men and the equipment to do your job right. By Sterling Slappty ATLANTA, April 13. {IP)— In this one-time capital city.of golf where the game seems to come naturally, the touring professionals today began the MO.OOO North Fulton Open. The usual cast of stars opened the tournament at the 6.762-yard North Pulton Park course. In addition to deciding who the winner will be, the stars will find out If Atlanta still Is blast about professional golf. Many times the touring group has come to Atlanta but seldom has It attracted enough fans to turn profit for/sponsors. Why? Nobody seems to know definitely. Some oldtlme golfers and solf fans hereabouts think that native Bobby Jones ruined Atlanta as a paying proposition for golf 2fl years ago. ' •' Oldtlmers ask, "Why pay money this week lo go watch Sam Snead. Jimmy Demaret, Cory Middlecoff. Johnny Palmer, and the rest? Not too mpny years aeo.we went out and watched Bobbv Jones free." Too Many Winners Besides Bobby Jones, Atlanta has watched other citizens who count their golf titles by the barrel! — Charlie Yates of the British amateur and many other crowns; Louise Suggs, the present National and Western Open champion; Dorothy Kirby, the queen of runners up who usually loses to fellow Georgian Miss Suggs; Alexa Stirling, three times Woman's National Amateur chamnion and a hall of fame girl; also Perry Adair, who was better than Bobby wlien they were boys and Watts Gunn who with Jones formed the only National Amateur finalist slate to come from the same home club—Atlanta's East Lake. Middlecoff, Mangrum, Snead am company, are just a bunch of Johnny come iatelles hard to get cited about after you've., watchec grand slam Bobby—the natives say Picking a winner of the North Fulton Open involves mostly Sam Snead and Jimmy Demaret. Dcmarct likely wouldn't rank tha high except . for what happenec Sunday in .Augusta, Ga. Demarc won his third masters title with 28 strokes. That's plenty good enough to make him a co-favorite. Snead's powerful drives shou! be well suited to North Fulton fair ways which* are longer than the us llal courses where winter circui tournaments are held. away from the lion thus saving his pal from a severe pecking. If, by any chance, at bed time the dog i.s not In the cage the lion cub sets up such a howl that no one has nny peace until the dog Is found and put in with his lion friend. Genuine Kentucky SOUR MASH for TRUE BOURBON FLAVOR BONDED too PROOF Ailing Mound Staff Shotton's Biggest Worry By the Associated Pre« You couldn't blame Brooklyn manager Hurt Shotton If he tried to sign up ambidextrous Harry S. Truman for his pitching staff today. The president reported yesterday that he Is primed to throw out the first ball at the American Lea<rue opener In Washington on Tuesday when the Senators meet the Phil- delphia Athletics. Shotton, whose Dodgers are fay- red to repeat In the.,: National, jeague this year .currently, has tHp lost uncertain mound staff around. Branca. Don Newcombe, Carl Ersktne. Jack Barita and Bex Barney all have something the matter with them. Ncwcombc and Erskine v visited Dr. George Bennett of Johns Hop:ins Hospital in Baltimore yesterday. Newcombe • was told his arm and back trouble is "purely muscular" following X-rays and examination. Ersklne, who only. Tuesday •juried a one-hitter against Greensboro, N.C., was told th« same tiling about his back ailment. Branca was to see Dr. Bennett today about his definitely sore arm, Danta's worries are' about his teeth. Barney was left In Vero Beach, Fla., to work on his control. Shotton has Joe' Halten. Preacher Hoe. Willie Ramsdell and Dan Bankhead on the sound side, of course, but the season's opening Just around the corner and the skipper would like to know In s hurry just how things will be will 1 his oilier flingers. Giants Cut Squad to 28 KANSAS CITY. April 13. (AP) — The, New York Giants' roster was down to 28 today. • In optioning'.young .second base man : Bobby H6fman to the Onkla'n Oaks of the Pacific Coast Leagu yesterday, skipper Leo Durocher squad was cut to just three alxn the major, league limit. Connie Mack Hollywood Continued from Page » dlv'orc year. I might get married, ed and re-married.' ' Alex Korda's agents are talking to Dick Haymes about-co-starring with Moira Shearer of "Red Shoes" fame In a technicolor musical. PHILADELPHIA, April 13. Connie Mack began today a weeklong whirl oJ parties and speeches honoring his golden anniversary season—but the ageless baseball veteran wasn't feeling very festive. . Frankly, the 87-year-old owner- manager of the Philadelphia Athletics was downright worried. A month ago, Mack's Athletics were being boomed as a first rate Hag threat in th. Amelcan LeagJK and Connie Joyously looked forward to "that one more pennant" that has been eluding him for 19 years. Many things have happened in the past month. Mostly, what has happened has been to his pitchers, and practically all has been bad. His . two leading right banders, Joe Colemari and Dick Fowler, developed arm touble and may be out of action indefinitely. Southpaws Brissie and Alex Kellner have been battered In spring training games by minor league opposition. And he hasn't ?, reliable relief pitcher on .his roster. : Party Planned A month ago, that foursome — Coleman, Fowler, Brissie and Kellner—was rated as perhaps the best four-man pitching crew in baseball. Now, few expect the A's to squeeze Into the first division. The Junior Chamber of Commerce planned a party for Mack today. He'll appear on radio and television programs during the week and on 'April 20. he'll be honored at a $5fl-a-plate dinner during which Baseball Commissioner A. B. (Happy) Chandler and American League President Will Harrldge will speak. Connie hasn't given up hop seeing a pennant waving from Sfl Park at the end of this season. He still regards his Infield—Ferris Fain, Pete Suder, Eddie Joost and Bob Dtlllnger- -as the best in the league, considers his catching as good as that of any other American League'club and rates his outfield as strong and speedy, although not made up of power hitters. Sam Chapman, Elmer Valp, Paul Lenner, Wally Moses, rookie Ben Oulntinl and comeback-hoper Barney, McCosfcy make the nucleus of a first rate outfield. But the club collapsed, even on paper, on the pitching mound, once considered the A's greatest asset. Andre Previn, MGM's musical wonder, turned down another studio bid to thump the piano. Ivories gcfore the camera. "I can play' what I want to in a night club," he jays, "and I don't have to look good." . . . Howard Hughes wants Kathryn Grayson. for a .dramatic script. Wniii.j Kathryn:V'Tve_:been waiting 10 years for 1 a dra'matic part." . . . Aside to Quick.Maga- ilne and Try Kupcinet: Thanks for the quotes here. Yarbro Girls Defeat Sudbury in Grade Loop Scores ran both high and close In the first games of the newly- 'organlzed Girls' Grade School Softball League this week. ',-.. •'.-= -Yesterday, ;the .Yarbro girls feated Sudbury"ZS-ilfat Little E and Tuesday Lange trounced Central 50-9. The league Is under the sponsorship of the Blytheville Y. 4 STITZEl-WELLER DISTILLERY Iwhvllh, Ky. KENTUCKY MftAIGHF lOIJtlOH WHISKtT You Are Cordially Invited Jo attend an exhibition of the season's newest creations of fine suiting fabrics of every description, for business and sports wear, both for early Spring; and Midsummer service. The Globe Tailoring Company of Cincinnati will have their special representative, Mr. H. R. Sachs, present to fake your exact measurements. . FRIDAY, APRIL 14 MARTIN & SON Blytheville, Ark. "Everything for Men and "oys"

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