The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 15, 1946 · Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT JSLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS MONDAY, JULY 15, 1940 Parkin Wallops Nylheville Nine - Tiger* LOM Second -; GONM of Season to ' Independent Team The Blytheville Tl««r Independ- 4»t buetall te«m suffered Its stc- ead defeat of the season at the Mttds of • strong Parkin nlna at nirtin yesterday. fnni ElU was the losing pitcher tor Blytheville. It was his first loss of the season after winning live straight games. Basil Crone and John Golsby wire the winning pitchers for the Nrkin independents. , falls was hipped for twelve lilts. tie struck out six batters and walked one. Crone gave up four hits, wnlkccl four and struck out nine In his «hc Innings. Golsby was touched fe* four hits, struck out five n"d Wifkett one. • I Burl Wilson carried the big bnt tot the Tigers with a double, single arid a home run In five times at bat. Morse and Oolsby tied for bat- itrig honors on the Parkin tonni wfih each getting a single In cue (BKe up. Wilson's home run came In the ninth Inning with A. C. Bunch on bSse fo s've the Tigers two runs. Box score: ftytheville AB B. Delong, ss-3b * A. c. Bunch, cf 5 B. Wilson, c 5 J. H. Lutes, 3b-ss 4 V. Wilson, 2b 3 P. Perry, If 2 B. Chapman, rf 3 B. Meharg, lb 4 F. Ellis, p 4 . .Totals 34 6 8 Parkin AB R II Pierce, cf 5 1 '> Johnson, ss-c 4 0 0 R*y. if — 3 3 a Belford, lb ;.-. 4 1 1 Pnessgrovc. rf 3 0 1 Morse, rf 1 1 1 Crook, 3b 4 1 1 B«con, 2b 4 1 1 Mays, c 3 0 0 Gofcby, p 4 1 2 ; totals, 'Score by Innings: Blythcvlllo .......... 200 000 Parkin .............. 310 020 Halsey Visits Mexico Mickey Owen, former Brooklyn Ijnseball catcher now wllli Ihc Vein Cruz (cnm In Ihc Mexican League, chills with Admiral Wllllnm P. Ilnlsey when Hie latter viewed tile nil-star game i n Mexico City between teams from the North mid South of Mexico. (NEA Telephoto.) Cleveland Manager Tries Hard To Stop Bosox's Ted Williams NEW YORK, July 15. (UP)—For the other way as the Cardinals cut wlmlcvcr use posterity wnnts lo ', Brooklyn's lead lo two and n half make of it, Mnnagcr Lou noudrcnu games with stirring clutch victories, of Cleveland offered today his non- | 5 to 3 nnd 2 to 1 in 12 innings at, patented, non-guaranteed method SI. Louis. Of trying to keep Boston's TVd Williams from demoralizing a ball The third place Cubs put over nil Toe Hold Artist To Be Feature Of Mat Program Promoter Mike Meroney's weekly wrestling show will feature Tex lilley aii,i Tommy Ward against Uaiefoot Milliard and Gus Raap in the main event, tag match tonight. In the LcKfon Arena. The caul has featured two no\v- lomcis in Wai<l and Raap wtilln y lias wrestled here many Un.cs l.cfoie and Mallard has appealed liere only last Monday night wlion he niiule a big hit with the local funs by showing tremendous powii?. liiillaicl uses the Jim LoiiiJCr, toe hold freely and It Is an effective hold. Hnllnrd also thrilled fans n lie Ijroke holds by merely bulging his muscles. Hllcy will meet Ballard In Ihc first piL'liinlnaiy match and Ward will take on Haap in the second one. The first inatcb will get un(k j r way at 8:15 o'clock. Girls Ping Pong Turns Into a Family Affair The Blylhcvlllc "Y" ping pong tournament for girls developed into a family "feud" Saturday iis Mrui- rlnc Skelton defeated Ann Skelton In the llnals of thai event t» cnp- ture championship honors. In taking this event, MnuHnc upset favored sister Ann In straight games t.y' scores of 25-23; 2J-14. Ann had come through the upper bracket without the loss of a game, trouncing Pat Wilson 21-13; 21-13 Two Girls Teams To Play Softball Games Tonight The J. C. Penney islrls will play he Fil/.patrlck Jewelry Store gills n a Softball giunc tonight to Le >laycd In Walker Park. Batteries for the teams were nol announced. A new score board will bo rna tot 1 service when the umpire calls 'play ball" In the Blytheville "Y" Softball league tonight at Walker Park. The board has l>een prepared and erected through the courtesy of the Coca-Cola BuUIIni! Co. Seating conditions for spectators have been .somewhat Improved by the acquisition of a number of benches which were donated by Mrs. Sybil Phillips of the City Cleaners and Jack Flnley Robinson. Today s Games SOUTHKHN I.KAtiUK Chattanooga at Memphis. Nashville at Little Rock. UirmliiKliam nt Mobile. Atlanta at New Oilcans. NATIONAL I,KAGUK New York at Chicago. Philadelphia at Cincinnati. Brooklyn at St. Louis, night. Huston nl Pittsburgh, night. AMKKICAN LEAGUE Detroit at New York, night. Chicago at Philadelphia, night. St. Louis at Washington, night Only games scheduled. their runs in three Innings Ihcii le" .. and Bclty Tedder 21-iO; 21-14. Mail- club. Hank IJorowy coast to a 14-hlt, It worked—after a fashion. 7 to 4 victory over the Giants In Desperate strategy was In order n single game at Chicago, at Boston yesterday when Williams | Johnny Vaiidcnnccr pitched tno came to bat for the second time Reds to a 3 to 0 victory over the In the second game of a double | Phils at Cincinnati, but the home header, which the Red Sox won;-folks had no lunlcr to cope wllli 11 to 10 and 0 to 4. Williams had Emll Verbal! In the second game smashed three homers and a sill- ; and he got five hits against thit'e gle In the opener and a double in'different picthers. pacing the PliMs tlinc up In Ihe second his first game. Bondrcan's own great efforts had gone for nothing in the opeucr when he hit a homer and four doubles to drive in four runs, only to an 8 to 2 triumph. 022 04- . Baseball Standings - SOUTHERN LEAGUE • . . W. I.. Atlanta 58 36 Memphis 52 43 Chattanooga 49 42 Nashville 46 44 New Orleans 46 46 Mobile 43 48 Birmingham 37 54 Little Rock 35. 56 1'ct. .624 .547 .538 .511 .500 .483 .407 .385 NATIONAL LEAGUE '' W. I- Pet Brooklyn 49 30 .62: St. Louis 47 33 .588 Chicago 42 34 Boston 38 42 Cincinnati ..36 40 .4T4 Mew York 35 44 .443 Philadelphia .. 32 42 Pittsburgh .. 32 46 .410 AMERICAN LEAGCE . W. L. Pet Borton ..59 23 .720 I*ew_ York 48 Detroit 44 Wellington 40 St. Louis 36 Cleveland 36 Chicago '.;... 32 Philadelphia 24 .58J .55 .513 .45C .414 .410 .308 Yesterday s Results , . SOUTHERN LEAGUE Memphis 3-5, Chattanooga 1-2 Atlanta 7, New Orleans 0 (seconc (•Die postponed, darkness. Mobile 8, Birmingham 5 (scconi tame called third, darkness). Nashville 4-0, Little Rock 3-3. NATIONAL LEAGUE 8t. Louts 5-2, Brooklyn 3-1. Chicago 7, New York 4. Cincinnati 3-2, Philadelphia 0-: Pittsburgh 1-5, Boston 4-2. AMERICAN LEAGUE Boston 11-6. Cleveland 10-4. Detroit 5-6, New York 1-3. Washington 5-4, St. Louis 3-2. Chicago 4-4, Philadelphia 5-3. The Plr'ntcs got line pitching Tructt UJI|» Scwell Unt only of the htghly-nrclied "bloosiei- lu^- L'S" that br()UKhl him notoriety in the all-star Kaiuc, and he won 5 to 2 BIIIIIC from the Braves taken ^ lc 4 to 1 behind Warren m7^%h; B n.;wc™ p ; l Bo^™|S.'»l'n-. steady fflnglw ned up the Indians defensively I The Scnnlors sticngl.icned their line gained the finals by defeating Mary Jo Eaton 21-T; 21-4 and Barbara Culllson 21-12; 21-1B. The latter gained the second round by defeating Hetty Lee Carroll 21-8; 21-10. while Betty Tedder won her first-round decision, over Beverly Jones by 21-15; 21-10. The firsl game of the finals match was of real championship caliber as the score was clcuccd four times before Mmirlnc came through for n from 1 25 ~ 23 win . the only extra-point game Blytheville Boys Tryout For It-squire Ball Team Although Bill Malcy, Memphis, was picked to represent the Mid- South In the Ail-American Ksciuir? game to be played in Chicago, several Hlythcviltc boys were noticed during the tryouts and game's held in Memphis. The Judges picked oul about. 100 out of 'the 200 boys present then eliminated them down lo 50 then to 32 and then to 10 or n lo a (cam and then the final winner. Dan Caldwcll was one of the final 17 picked lo play in the t;arnc«;. He played In both games and madu no errors, and in four times at bat. he doubled, walked and filed out to the ccnterfield and Hied out to Icflficld. Hilling probably kepi .Stanley Hood oil Ihe 17-man learn. P. D. Foster was baiting yracllcr entchcr, Homer Smith in the last. 32 and Kandall Workman was picked as one of the 50 out of the (i7 fielders. Stale ERRS Preferred Fresh eggs are little relished China, ' where the taste runs to stale eggs. Some of these arc stored in restaurant cellars for SO years or more. : , .)<l:lf : l"H be topped by Williams, v/no j 0° w'hcn ^Thunderbolt Theodore'« l Pltt-sburgH, who had rodo to the plntc for the second | of the tournament. A similar tournament for boys has been scl. tentatively for Salur- flny, July 27. Any boy under 18 in Blytheville and vicinity is eligible ; lo participate. Registration for this I event should be made at Ihe "Y." up perhaps no other major league cam In history had played a bnt- er. In effect he hnct two right ciders, two first basemen, and t'.vo econd basemen. Left Fielder George 'hoM on fourth place in UID AIIHT- •Icnn with 5 to 3 and 0 lo 2 vic- itorlss over the fifth place Broras at Washington behind tlie piLulunti of Sid Hudson and Ray Scartor- o 4 after which tho While won the second game, •! to 3 "hlladelphla. ;asc was moved In to play, the °"%"- .... intlre left side of the Inllcld n nd Tne Athletics topped Chiengo. he outfield, while six others concentrated on the other side to waylay anything the dentlly right- field hitting ^Williams might send n their direction. Williams might have crossed np .he strntgey by pushing a ball into the vacant expanse, but he accepted the challenge, and hit a vicious grounder to Shortstop Boudreau, who threw him out from a normal second base position. Twice more the Indians used that defensive lineup against Williams, but. both times he walked to make the shift unnecessary. In his final time at bat there were men on base so the fielders played conventicli- ally. "If everybody starts playing me like that I'll just have to start batting right handed" Williams said, grinning, after the game. He brought his homer total to 26, his runs batted in to 82. his runs scored to 89. and hts bases on balls to 96, all tops (or both leagues in the greatest one-day performance of the season. The victories gave the IU9 Sox their most commanding lead of 't.l-.e season, 11 ga'mcs over the YanKcc; who were humbled twice at New York, 5 to 1 and 6 to 3 by the U| and coming Detroit Tigers. Ha Ncwhpuscr pitched n thrcchittcr lor 'his I7th victory in the opener :m< another lefty, Prank (Stubby Overmtre, won his first game >IU five-hit effort In the nightcap In the National, the trend WH. Engine-Stopping Gas A gaseous vapor which stops an airplane, If any enters the engine. was invented in Gcrmitny as a *»Ice for use againsl alrcralt during the war. : I I U' TERMINIX TERMITE CONTROL Triple Guarantee 1. Guaranteed by Bruce Tcrminlx Company. 2. Guaranteed by E. L. Bruce Co. 3. Guaranteed by Sun Insurance Office. BRUCE TERMINX CO. Licensee of K. I,. Bruce Company Box 1270 Memphis, Term. Phone 931 for better TAXI S E R V I C E [• For lon£ trips—5 or more to Memphis or Little Hock, near [ (rain fare for round trip. LOCAL CALL . . . Twin Gables. . . .35c Midnight Inn . 50c Golf Club 50c Manila $4.00 Osceola ... $4.00 Other places la comparison. J. R. Payne, manager Lake and Main DIGGING AT YOUR SCALP WON'T HELP C!ct rer\l help for dry itcrliy sculp with Moi.iHno Hair Tonic. Aiila natural oils, lictps remove loose dandruff. MOROLINE HAIR TONIC WRESTLING Blytheville Legion Arena Monday, July 15.- 8:15 p. m. Adults, 36c, Tax 9c—Total 45c. Reserved Scats IZc, Tax 3c—Total, 15c. Children's Seats 12c, Tax Sc, Tola), 15c. Reserved Seats on Sale at the Legion Arena Every Monday From 6 p. m. on YAG MATCH ~ Tex Riley and Tommy Ward T*. Barefoot Ballard and Gus Raap Also 2 One-Fall 30-Minute Matches TEX RILEY vs. BAREFOOT BALLARD TOMMY WARD vs. GUS RAAP Save Money Today, Any Way STOP AND SWAP KLBERT HUFFMAN'S SWAP SHOP 401 E. Main Phone »59 You Must Be Happy or No Deal Announcement Dr. J. L. Guard Dr. J. C. Guard Optometrists HHVC Moved lo Temporary Offices Above Guards Jewelry Store A LOCAL LADY SPIT UP ACID LIQUIDS FOR HOURS AFTER EATING For hours alter every meal, a Local lady used to spit up a »trong, acidulous liquid mixed with pieces of half-digested food. She says it was awful. At times she would nearly sti angle. She had stomach bloat, daily headaches and constant irregular bowel action. Today, this lady eats her meals and enjoys them. And she says the change is due to taking INNER- AID. Her food 'agrees with her. No gas, bloat or spitting up after eating. Slie Is also free of headaches now, and bowels are regular, thanks to this Remarkable New [ Compound. INNEEl-ATD contains 12 Great Herbs; they cleanse bowels, clear gas from stomach, act on sluggish liver and kidneys. Miserable people soon feel different all over. So don't go on suffering! Get INNER- AID. Sold by all drug stores hen; In Blythcviile. ^ ^ Refrigerator Service Fred Lawkr ADAMS APPLIANCE CO., Inc. J W. Admis MKT. l 2«6-M W. M.in ACTS ON THE KIDNEYS T« menu* B*w rf vriM ni relieve irritation tl Ike UtMcr tnm ctccn »cidity m the mint ATS you suffering unn»«s*ssT7 distress, fort from enesss ncldltjr hi Iks urlns> Ar« you disturbed nlffkts By a frequent dealt* !• psss water) Then JTMI should Vnw • bout tkst fsmsuft doctor's dlscoTerjr — DR. KILMER'S SWAMP ROOT—Ih.l tturassnds «r (lyes blessasl relief. Swrmp Root Is » e.rtfullr bltndod cMlklnotlesi ol 14 k«bs, roots, TCfetsbls*. kolssms. Dr. Kilmer's Is not bsrsh sr kaBfl-fsmlm !• •ny way. Msny soy Its mor«x7*«s effecl Is (ssoshtf. AU dn>||lsts soil »»smp RsX. F. L. WICKER MACHINE SHOP Has Just Installed LARGE METAL LATHE METAL SHAPER AND EMPLOYED Well Known Local Machinist With Years of Experience WE ARE NOW EQUIPPED TO DO AMY S? JOB ELECTRIC AND ACETYLENE WELDING Is Our SPECIALTY ALL WORK IS GUARANTEED 215 N. Second ^J COMING TOWN with a load of WASHING MACHINES 105 West Main Street. Blytheville, Ark. 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. Open 7; Starts 7:30 p.m. AIR CONDITIONED Last Time Today 'VALLEY of DECISION 1 Grecr Garsuii, Grecury Peck Paramount News ALSO SHOUTS \~4 Tuesday PAL NITE "BEAUTIFUL CHEAT" Rnnita Granvillc and Noah Ileery Jr. Kcriul "Hart Ilarrifan" Chapt. I ALSO SHORTS FELIX A. CARNEY City Rocf/o Repair Radios and Appliances 324 E. Main St. Phone 2407 ~^*~*^^^^*~^v^—^^m*t-^^-*—*^im^,ir RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. J Box office opens at 7:00; Plctara .tarts at 7:15, Monday & Tuesday "THE YOUNG WIDOW" Jane Itusscll and I.ouis Hayward KKO NEWS AND COMEDY CASH BUYERS for YOUR PROPERTY! For a quick sale see me. I have buyers for homes. List your properly with me. My commission is 5%. 1 have no sidelines. H. C. CAMPBELL Office 120 So. Second Phones 446 or Get 6 days plowing in only 5 dayi Wednesday & Thursday "HURRICANE" with Dorothy Lamour, Jon Hall, Mary As (or SEA MELODY and PARAMOUNT NEWS New Theater. Manila's Finest fihows EVERT NIGHT Matinte Saturday A Sunday Box Opens Week Days 7:»0 p.n. Sat.-Sun. 1 p.m. Cont. Bhowlnf "Comfortably Cool" Last Time Today "GILDA" itli Kila llaj-worth & Glenn Ford NEWS AND COMEIIV The scir-clcnnin K OPEN CENTER keeps lugs open ;it Ixilh cuds. Gives each lug an entering edge lo sturl the !>itc. So, the whole lug digs down deeper, gels more (jiip. Ask any neighbor now using Sure-Grips. He'll confirm what tests prove . . . You get up tii 22',' more work with less fuel when you use Goodyear Sure-Grip Tractor Tires. DELTA IMPLEMENTS, Inc. Tuesday "I RING DOOR BELLS" with Robcrl Swaync and Ann Gwynnc PLUS 5KRIAI. AM> COMKHY id miss.on lOc and MG CHICK THEATRE "Wftere Happiness Cot& So Little" D»js: Start! »l 7:3» P. Last Time Today "Around the World" Alan Carney, Joan Davis Also News and Cartoon Tuesday "She's a Sweetheart" < I-arry Parks, J»mcs Kraice Also Shorts

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