The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 16, 1946 · Page 6
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, July 16, 1946
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PAGE SIX BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS T Plans County Net Tournament . Blytheville Invites Tennis Players for Contests August 3. Plans for n county-wide tennis tournament were announced-today by members of the Blytheville Y's tennis committee and (he competition will Include doubles events for Junior and senior girls, doubles for Junior boys, and singles and doubles for boys over 14 and icr men. The tournament will begin A»s- ust 3, tu each of the seven brackets ar.d anyone in Mississippi County is eligible to enter. Final matches will be played August 7. No entry fee is contemplated, and registrations cnti be ma<le now nt,the 131)-thcvillc Y In the City Hall. Winner.-; in each of the brackets will receive an nwarrt. The events !or juniors will be for boys and for girls 13 and under; for senior girls, 14 and older; for senior bays, 14 to 17, and for boys past 17 •men. J. L. Thompson is chairman ol the Y's tennis committee. Serving willi him are Robert Smith, Wilson Henry and Kendall Berry. Mr. Berry was out of [he cily when the committee held its meeting to arrange the _ tournament. He Stifi Won MONDAY, JULY 15, 1946 The crash above looked like the c;;d ol lh: for lius Wilbcil of Indianapolis, Intl., entered in races at AtUinln, Gil. Hut he made a few repairs on his racer and wont on to win the hual. Cards Trounce Brooklyn 10-4 Cubs Stay in Race With Win Over Giants, Yanks Lose to Tigers NEW YORK. July 10. (UP)—For n manager who hus given up eiiouijh players to populate a first r.ite ma| Jor league team, soft-talking but liiird-working Kddle Dyer of the ^Cardinals was doing all rl'la toriny. Crltlcl/.cd by the Becoiid-guessers almost from the day lie assumed UK; man-si/.i'd responsibility of MIC- cccdliiK Billy Suulliworth at St. Ixjuis, Texas Eddie kept i>lu:;f,lng and now that he Is getting n little shi(;gin^ from Cardinal bntterK to help liim out, he may complel>3 Y-Sponsored Cardinals To Play Yarbro Lions The Blytheville cardinals softbMl team, sponsored by the Blytheville "Y".' will play the Yarbro Lions in Walker Pnrk tomorrow at 2 o'clock. Buford Hopper or Marvin noss will start on the mound for the Cardinals while Jr. Holland will handle the pitching job for the Lions. Norman Bralcher will be behind the plate for ll'.e Cards and Willard Ash \vill catch lor the Lions. The starting lineup will include: Yarbro 1'os Blytheville W. Ash c N. Bralcher K. Griffon lb Hopper or Koss R. Thompson 2i> L.Baker B. Smith sa J. Phillips J. Hollingstvortli 3b D. Bvown J. W. Baker 1: p. Baldwyn H. Kelly cf T. Mabry M. Lindsay rr T. Phillips Jr. Holland p Hopper or Eoss Jewelry Store, Hustlers Win Softball Games The Fltzpatrlck Jewelry Store learn defeated the J. C. Penney Co. girls team 11 lo 0 and Ihc Ixiy Uieh Chevrolet Hustlers edged out the Owens' Dni£ Slorc Cowboys 8 tu 0 last nielli at Walker Park. Pankey pitched a one-lilt shutout for (he Fltzpatrlck girls while Aired allowefl five lilts for the Penney girls. Hopper was the only girl to B<;1 hit oft Pankey and led th hitting with one hit in two tries. Pankey led the hitting for the Jewelry Store team with a lilt in o times at bat. Joe Ferguson wa.s tile winning pitcher for the Hustlers, alknvinij only four hits while Ted Fisher suffered the loss after being nipped for nine hits. The score was lied at six runs in the sixth Inning and the game went an extra Inning. Tn Ihc eighth Glenn Bunch and Bill Delong singled, and then scored as Dan Calcl- wcll singled them liumo to win the game. Glenn Bunch led the hitting foi the Hustlers with three hils in five times at bat. Ralph Patton and Tec Fisher led the Owens' batters with each getting one hit in three ir Golfers Enter Semi-Finals , Of Tournament Heading for a Crash Pebs Rally Tumbles Vols, Chicks Gain Baseball Standing? I,Ei»«UK W: I,. Atlanta Memphis •hiittnnooga . ... Nushvillc . New Orleans Mobile Birmingham . ... Little Rock NATIONAL 47 44 39 as IVt. .(521 .552 .500 .478 .4 Ifl .391 Brooklyn . ... St. Louts Chicago Cincinnati . Boston New York ... Philadelphia . Boston . New York . Detroit . .. Washington St. Louis .. Cleveland . . Chicago . Philadelphia By mjRNS HENNETT United Tr.-ss Staff Correspondent ATLANTA. Ga.. July 10. (UP)— Little Rock's Travelers pulled me Mirk in the eighth inning last night and scored seven times to trounce the Nashville Vols. B to 0. Although the Vote onthit die Travelers in the contest staged in _,.,. . . Little Rock, the one big liming pll 's bur B h enabled Rc'ief Pitcher Al Hazel AMLKICAN to chalk" ii]> the victory. Lee Anthony. \\ho relieved Vol hurlsr Al Treichcl during the seven run uprising, received credit for the loss. In Memphis the Chicks also had a six-run rally. In the sixth Inning. to frame a 7 to 5 victory over Chattanooga's lookouts. It was the third straight Memphis victory over Chattanooga and Fred Biggs was the winning pitcher. Al Jarlcit, who relieve^ Bob Callan for the 1-cokouts in the sixth, was the Icser. The top-spot Atlanta Crackers split a twin bill In New Orleans. Tile Crackers hammered out two hits lo win the first game, 19 to 7. T.V.e Itls blasled back in the tcven-inning nightcap nnd look 9 to 8 decision. The Birmingham Barons 'won doublehcader from Ihc Mobile] Bears in Mobile, taking the first I gome 4 to 2 and the second game, 12 to 8. I 1cm Keill, the league's leading hitter, hcmcred with one man on In the fifth inning to '-sin the Ean:c for the Barons. The Barons slugged out 17 hits In the second game. Mike Shuba homered iof Mobile with .the. bases loaded in the final inning of the last game. LKACiIIK W. L. 49 31 48 Pd. .Gnu .593 The seinl-flnal cliampiotuhlp light pairings In Hie Blythe'.llie Country club golf tournament pit Poland Illshop against James Guard, •incl George Hubbanl Jr., agaln:a James Terry lo determine who will be in the finals » week later. Bishop defeated 13111 Pollard Lhreo nnd two lo reach the s flnals, 'and Hubbanl eliminated Frank WhiUorth, two nnd one. James Guard defeated B. A. Lynch, two and one. nnd In the ollit r championship flight round last week James Terry eliminated John Leiili, lour and three. Other flight results announced yesterday by Wendell Eaton, club professional. Included: Championship Consolation: Doc Ciillilinn defeated E. n. Gee 2-1. Doc Calllhan will meet U. fci. Branson In semi-finals. First. I'lljtlu: C. M. Duck defeated Charles Crlggcr 5-3. C. M. Buck will ineL E. B. Thomas In scml-flnals. First night Consolation: Jim Harding defaulted to J. A. I-cech. Second Plight: Hubert' Wilson defaulted lo Lynn Eaton. Lynn Eaton will meet J. E. Stevenson in Mini-finals. Second Flight Consolation: Hurry whlltis defaulted to James Kit tany. James KlUany will meet Bob Porter In scml-Ilnnl.i. Baskcthall Pays Off For Madison Square Garden II job that would make him managci of the year. I/anii-r in Slainl 1 ; Last night (he Cards romped to n 10 lo •] victory over Llio IRlery Dodders jit St. I,onis. trimming tiic-ir lirsL place lead lu a KL'.nr. 1 and a luilf. Dyer, making ^outl witli a IStnnblL'. pjtchc<l Harry nrcclietiii out of turn and nvon Itinii^h llic oiyJJsll lefty wasn't tip lo Ills usual form, ho got h.v sali.sfaclorUy hccnuso his team mates bnnuccl out 13 hlls. T,cd Ijy Shin Muslnl, v.'w made four liils IncludhiK a )i'.ire.* ami Lrljiki, Uie Cards batted Hn^Ii CJa- sey nut of the box in liie first in- nlnij and kept uj) their attfick on four other Dodger hurlur.s. While the Cnrd.-i rj;nt LUc Dodjjoi-s for the third .strnlelit time and the eighth time In II b'.nrfs this year, one of the most Interceded siicctntors was cx-Cardinnl Max f,a- nier of the Mexican Leayue, whc» used Lo beat Brooklyn inoro regularly tlinii any other pitcher. Tlie presence of Laiiier, visiting in St. Louis, wa.s significant, because lie .symboll7.cs the talent Lrm.t Dyer has lost, others who have gon-j .since he took over are pitchers mix I Donnellv nntl Al Jiirisich to the Phils. Ernie White to the Braves, and Fred Martin to Ihc Mexican League; catchers Ken O'Dea to the Braves and Walker Cooper to the Giants: infieldors Jimmy Brown to Bus Wilbcrt of Incliannpolis, Ind., n race-track driver entered in n program id Atlanta, On., begins lo skid, above, at a lurn. He cvashcd into the fence a second later, but made a few minor ic- pairs and went on to win the heat. Yesterday's Results SOUTIIKitN I.KAGUi; Memphis 7, CiiaiLanooRa 5. Atlanta 10-8, New Orleans 1-9. l.lltle Eoek 10, Nashville G. niimliiBliain 4-12, Mobile 2-8. NATIONAL l.KAdUK Chicago 3, New York 1. Cincinnati 4, Philadelphia 2. St. Louis 10, Brooklyn 4. Boston 3, Pittsburgh 2. AMKItlCAN I.KAfJUB Detroit 2, New York 0. Philadelphia 12, Chicago 0. Washington 4, St. Louis 2. Only games scheduled. Yarbro Yanks Win Game With Barfield Riley and Ward Win Tag Match Toe Hold Artist Loses In Weekly Battle by Strong Muscled Men Today's Games SOUTHERN I.EAC1UK Chatlnnuoca at Memphis. Nashville nt Little Rock. Dlriiilnyham at Mobile. Atlanta at New Orleans. NATIONAL LEAGUE New York at chiciigo. Philadelphia at Cincinnati. Boston at Pittsburgh. Brooklyn at St. Louis, night. AMERICAN LEAGUE Chicago ill Philadelphia. Cleveland at Boston. St. Louis at Washington, night Only games -scheduled. 37 40 39 -12 35 n ... 32 « 32 •!? LEAGUE W. I.. M 48 -45 41 3G 32 25 the Pirates, Emll Verban to the i """'t try to dodge lightning Phils. Kay Sanders to the Braves Ils , stl ' okcs tnlvcl ^OOO.WO '"» p: and Lou Klein lo the Mexicans; mid ."" "° 1 "'' millielders Johnny'oslek to the I " Phils and nanny Lilwhiler and'the American League, getting some Johnny llopp to the Braves. To-1 much unneeded help from the Ti- Cetlier they would make a first ratC|gers, who beat Yankee ace Spiu ball club, yet Dyer lias kept the I Chandler, 2 to 0 at New York, while NEW YORK. July 1G. (UP)—Mnfl. iscn SQoarc Garden, one of the world's most famous .sports, .481 found collegiate basketball its Wg.•181 gcsl sports drawing card during the .4311 fiscal year from June 1. 1945 '.o .427 May si, ia4(i when it played host .405 to a record total of S.2(i!).5<i4 fan's for all events. Garden President Gen. IVl. John Recci Kilpalrick revealed to- .120 ilny. .578 The smash-hit year at the box- .5U3 i office marked the Nfiw York arena's .519 20th anniversary in business. The .444 77 days of Rlngling's Circus drew .444 the most patronage, 923:i42, bill .•IDS 1 nski'tball headed the sports list .31G wilh 028.718 paid admissions. Cards In contention without them. Cubs I-'orRe Ahead The climbing Cubs trimmed the Gianls. 3 to 1 behind the .steady pitching; of Hank Wysa, who gained his 10th victory. Dave Koslo's string of five straight victories was snapped when the Cubs touched him for two inns in the third on a walk, nglps by Don Johnson and Eddie Waitku.s and a long llv by Phil Cav- aretla. after which they protected the margin. Grady Hallon, hard-hitting rookie, won another game for the Reds wilb his home run hitting when ho delivered wilh two men abase to provide (he margin for a 4 to 2 victory over the Phillies at Cincinnati. Rookie John Hetki did his part with a steady pitching job. Castoff John Niggeling, picked up by the Braves when the Washtns- lim Senators had no further use for him, came through wilh a six-hit, 3 to 2 victory over the Pirates at Pittsburgh. The Braves gave him a good working margin with three inning runs. Without lifting a bat, the Keel Sox moved 11 Vj games In front in Tex Rllcy. junior heavyweight champion of the world, mid Tommy Ward defeated Barefoot Ballard and Gus Knap in the main event, a lag match, last night on Promoter Mike Mcroncy's weekly wrestling curd. nilcy and Ward worked Ballard over with body slams and back body slams, and then Ward pinned him after sonic vicious back body slams. Ward displayed some fancy kangaroo kicks to subdue liaap and win the first fall in l'j minutes. Billiard eliminated Ward with the Jim London loc hold, after weakening him with back body .shuns. He carried out the san-e plan of aclion as he subdued Rilcy with the toe hold followhij back body slams to take the second fall. Ward and Hiley worked Jtani j over plenty with body slams an< Th Yarbro Yanks defeated the then Hiley pinned him in 10 min- Barficld baseball learn 15 !<i V). nule.s witii a jackknlfe. Ward tool- Sunday at Yarbro. Grovcr Whittle vas the winning pilcher and An- :erson the loser. Marlin Grllien lit a home run for Ihe Yanks. Fred Hulchlnson turned in a two- littcr. Hulchlnson, at last fulfilling Lhc promise that made'him a greatly publicized rookie, yielded only two singles and struck out nine in his top performance of the year. It was Chandler's fifth defeat against 13 wins. lie gave up but seven hits, but got no support at the plate. War hero Phil Marchildon, ex- Canadian Royal Air Force flyer and German prisoner of war. also turned in 1 a two-hit Job, pitching the A's to a 12 to 0 victory over the White Sox as his mates made 14 hits at Philadelphia. Sam Chapman and Buclcly Rosar each drove in three runs, each hitting a triple. The Senators made it threi straight over the Browns at Washington, winning 4 lo 2 as Mickey Haefner outpltched Newman Shirley. The Nats clinched It with three runs on three hits anil a passed ball in the fourth. 'Y y Leaguers To Play Two Games Tonight The Hays' Store boys will plaj 1 the Omens' Drug Store Cowboys and the Ark-Mo Power Recliiy Kilowatts will play the Loy Eicti Chevrolet Hustlers tonight at Wnlker Park In the "Y" sixmsor- ed Softball league. The Hays team has won ono mil lost one in .the league competition while the Cowboys have won one and lost three. Welch will slart on tile mound and A. Hays behind the plate for the Hays' Store learn. Ted Fisher will pitch and Llndscy will catch for the Cowboys. The Hustlers w r ill have Joe Ferguson on the mound and P. D. Foster behind the plate. Batteries for the Kilowatts will consist, of Hawkins and Cullison. Announcement Dr. J. L. Guard Dr. J. C, Guard Optometrists Have Moved to Temporary Offices Above Guards Jewelry Store BaUiiid for the final full .some of his fancy kangaroo kicks Wiird. the kanjjni'oo kick artist, pinned Raai> in 10 minutes following sonic kimgnroo kicks to take the first 'preliminary match. Da I lard was able to pin (.he champ wilh a *jear hug, body .slam and jackktiift. lo take the second match in .seven niinute.s. Riloy had lils championship bull prr.sunl lost niyht :uid Promoter Meroney showed it in the rins. Baltitrcl, the big man who uses his musclc.s to break holds, \voars a Ifl 1-2 collar. We Kill Your Pests furnish labor, jimeiit. Tost is material and — Cull I for free estimate. With DDT I'Miininiilc Flics, I Roaches, Wafer bugs, MolIiH nnd other insects. DEAL'S Paint & WallpaiitM 1 Store 107 S. 1st St. Phone 4G9 CASH BUYERS for YOUR PROPERTY! For a quick sale see me. I have buyers for homes. List your property with me. My commission is 5%. I have no sidelines. H. C. CAMPBELL Office 120 Bo. 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KELLOGG'J- rBBAN crcry day as a deli V tereaj, or in muffins. COMING TOWN Th«y'r» cut <o fit flght fatigu»l with a load of TIRES See Owr Big Opening Ad on Page 8 GENUINE REIS I When the old bus hits the highway I with an all-time record load, Vll^MIII HII-VH, Open 7; Starts 7:30 p.m. AIR CONDITIONED Tuesday PAL NITE "BEAUTIFUL CHEAT" Honita Granville and Noah Beery Jr. Serial "Hap Harrigan" Chapl. ALSO SHORTS Wednesday & Thursday "Having Wonderful Crime" Pal O'Uricn, Carole Landis News of the Day & Shorts • i i T RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Boi office opens at 7:00; Flctor* •tarti at 7:15. « Las! Time Today "THE YOUNG WIDOW" Jane ItusscI! and Loui£ Hay ward RKO NEWS AND COMEDY Wednesday & Thursday "HURRICANE" with Dorothy I.amour, Jon Hall, Mary Astor SEA MEI.OHV and PARAMOUNT NEWS New Theater Manila's Finest Shows EVERY NIGHT Matinee Saturday & Sunday ttox Opens Week Days 7:00 p.m. Sat.-Sun. 1 p.m. Cont, Showlpjv "Comfortably Cool" ! Tuesday "I RING DOOR BELLS" with Robert Swaync and Ann Gwynnc Tl.US SriKIAI, AND COMF.DY Admission I0c and I4c FAMOUS FOR FIT AND COMFORT, TOO • Come in today Jor Rcis Scandals—the tnanly undcnvear. Scandals give the mild support that helps fight fatigue Are more com for table, too, because they're scientifically designed to follow male anatomy Drtrr-stitclied, non-sag: pouch. Full cut seamless scat. Concealed no-gap fly. "Hi-Watsi" design for perfect fit. - -$1.00 MATCHING SHIRTS Specially shaped at bottom to follow *'fcRUne* of Scandals High quality knit fabric, long-wearing, Absorhs perspira- shirt f .ceps outei t fresh. Joe Isaacs, Inc. 22,'J West Main St. Blytheville, Ark. Make sure your tires are ATLAS — the kind that "make good on the road!" f O* KIASUti AND SAFITT, you need good tires on hoi summer ; highways. If yours are doubtful, ask nbout ATI.AS Tires at your neighborhood KSSO Dealer. Inspect the special ATI.AS tread, designed for extra wear and safety. Read the generous ATI.AS written warranty of satisfaction. It means what it says—and it says plenty. Whenever you drive, stop at the liSSO sign regularly. H stands for high gttality in motoring products. Motorists from, Maine to Louisiana rely on it for i: Kappy Motoring"—you can rely on it, too! NOTE: H your dealer does not hove the siie ATLAS Tire you need, place your order now for future delivery. Wednesday & Thursday "Janic Gets Married" wilh Joan Leslie and Kobt. Hutten Tke Sip. of *N«pn Mottling' CHICK THEATRE "Where Happiness Costs So Little" Week Dajs: Starts at 7:3* p. m. \ Tuesday "She's a Sweetheart" Larry Parks, Janes Fr»ie« Also Shorts STANDARD OIL COMPANY OF NEW JERSEY Ctw.lSlO. Krtolbt. Wednesday ft Thursday DOUBLE FEATURE "The Song of Bernadette" Charles Btckford Jennifer Jones 'Sing Me a Song of Texas' Tom Tylrr, Carol Matthews Ab« Short*

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