PAGE SIX BLYTHEVILLB (ARKO ^COURIER NEWS ' 2 Top Southern Teams Defeated Bears in 6-2 Win Over Atlanta and Vols Trim Chicks. ATLANTA, Ga., July 18. (UP) — Ragged defense lust uiglit COKI lioth the lending Atlanta Crackers and Ihe second : place Memphis Chicks a chance to gain ground in the Southern Association pnn- nanl race and the Crackers still lead thq Irague today by a six :\n^ one-half game margin. Southpaw Forrest Thompson toil. «l on the mound for the Crackers last night and turned in a six- hitter but his mates fell apart at the swims in the second imiliiij and tossed away 'he game to the Mcbilc Bears 6 to 2. Mobile scored five runs in Ihe second frame and although Pat McGlolhin \vaa nicK- ed for 10 hits he was never in danger. The Memphis Chirks also cracked wide open In their (same with the Nashville Vols and \voun<1 up on the losing end of a 5 to 2 score. Southpaw Dutch McC.il] was the winner for Nashville and Sonth- paw Herman Orefs the loser lor Memphis although neither \va^ nivumri at the finish. At New Orleans, Don Kerr shaded Southpaw Hilly Hogers to give the Birmingt'itm Barons a 4 to 1 win over the Pelicans. At Little Rock, southpaw Larry Erimke scattered nine hits to pitch the Chattanooga Lookouts to a IJ to 2 win over the Travelers. THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1910 Second Division Teams Deal Much Misery to St. Louis Cards NEW YORK, July 18. (UI'»-.-13e- cause there must be second division ball clubs in any Irasuo. there still was a ray of pi-mianl hope today for rhc othcrwi.-v <ii>moralized Dodgers. It Isn't, because of what lliv Dodgers do to the second divi'.iu:i teams, jt Is on account of what those clubs do. to the niniii'i'-u]) Cardinals. Defying logic. the Cardinals diopiX-'cl a 10 to 7 i;nnif lo ilie sixth place Phils last ni[:ht tli- rcctly after beating the Doil'.vrs four straight i>atm's nmi rcrhn ing their lead tu a hall t;aine. However, hecaiise IJi'oo!:lyu al^o lo.-:<. f> to 2 lo the fiftli place Kinls at CiA'elnnati. St. Louis didn't 'Hop behind in the pennant nu:c. Failure of the Cards' to IKMI second division clubs is nol!iin<; new. They have won 25 0111 of :i:> games jjlayeti with first titvh'ii'it teams this yea] 1 . iK-atii^-, IJvoukl', a nine out or 1^. Chicago scvrn out of 11, and Ho.ston nine out 01 1'2. Hut against tlie National l..ea</u<' lagnarcls. they have just hrol'.eii rven. winiimK 2-1 and losiiii 1 . ^1. They have a 5-0 ft cord agalii'ii Cincinnati. 5-8 against the Gi:i'Us (i-5 against the 1'lills and B-fi against the Pirates. with Skeeter Webb's single, a sac- itlicp. and Jimmy Outlaw's doubhi in Ihn 12th. Relief pitcher Al lienton was the v.'inner. hurling five hilless Inning". The Indians took over fifth place from the llrowns. Iruunelng the Athletics, 8 In 2 as Allie lieynolds won his tliird straluht gam/. The A'.s made only five hits. Two Softball Games Planned For Tonight Democrats Show Concern Over Defeat of Wheeler in Montana Baseball Standing? SOIITHKKN' l.liACI!!-; W. Atlanta ............. C'J Mcinphis ........... f>4 Y's Cardinals Trim Juniors From Yarbro -The Blytheville "YT' Cai-dir.als tkfcaled the Yarbro Junlory on the Walker Park diamond 11 to •» yesterday afternoon in soflbali. Two big innings did the trick ns they scored five runs each fci the second and sixth. They also pushed one across the plale in I ho fourth. Yarbro sent one rim each across in the first, fifth, sixth and seventh 'frames but after tlie locals' big second never threatened seriously. The visitors collected four hits off Kopper and wuiit while the "Y" outfit rapped out five hits oft Holland and Smith, including Billy James' triple. The latter scored three runs to lead the local rtin- selting while, Bobby Smith was out standing bot'h at bat -and afield for the Yarbro nine scoring three of his team's four runs. Yaibro was handicapped by the absence of three of their regulars. Jimmy Phillips is manager ol the Cardinals and Jerry Iloriius- worlh is manager of the Yarbro nine. 4-H Club Teams Begin Play in Softball Series Nashville New Orleans Mobile Hlrmini-ham . . .. Little Rock NATIONAL lirooklyn St. f.onis Chicago Hoston Cinelnnall Philadelpllla New York rillshiirgh A.MI:IMC.\N' IV. 4!) 1!) 44 -10 'M .')! :i« l,. 37 44 •1-1 •15 •1C .481 57 Hi 11. :ci 31 35 •i a 41 •n •in IH In a double fratnrc soflball lilt tonight In Walker ]':uk (lie; o. K. Cab train will play tlie Owpn.s | <!:iy l<> ihi> ilrft-nl IJi'UB .Store Cowboys and (lie Mom- I K. Wlii'Cli i' in II) KOHH'ry Ward Cracker-Jocks will nniry wiis: It play tlip Snllba Wholesale ou'lil. 1 Hush or McNalr will .start un l hi- mound am! Mildred Hunch will lie behind the |)l;ile for the CLI«J- blcs, and Tetl FisluT will plieh and Stabler will eatch for the cowboys. The Ciibbli-.s liuve '.von oiicgiinu- «ncl lost two while the Cowboy-; '''• have won two niul lost tluvn. ';•' Wendell Union will handle the ';'., I mound <luile.s ami Johnson will " t' catch for the Cracker-Jacks. The !„_ hattery for the Sallba outfit v. ill be made it]) of Ward or Whittle. The Cruckcr-Jacks have u'onoue fame and (IropiU'il one white the Kalil)a outfit has won two iur.1 lt,..t one. WASHINGTON. July Hi. Hi.P.) .confirm (he inipm-slon (Ml 'lie ,he ,^:S;;^,;S' i ,,rr r?" • ni ' e dc ", n " ciy "" nc wiui ol Srn. mirlon lMl ' lllol " s »> "" (1 <>'<• clc-lcriiiiiiecl • Montana prl- i l " kee]> world peace through world too bad High Wages Buy Less Cleveland I Kt I.onls lioston . . New York urooklyn, on the other hand, has ' unroll -eaten the .second division teams Washington !8 times and lias lost only H games to. them. The Dod|;ers, stand 10-0 against the Phils, (i-i against i the Pirates, 0-5 against the <-<iant.i nnd B-5 against, the Reds. liul iigainst first division teams 'hey :ire only a shade more than even with 21 wins and 19 losses. The Cardinals couldn't stand prosperity and tolded n]i lust against the Phils. who pu.-a»:il across lour runs in the first inning and coasted thereafter. Ron Northey hit two homers and Catcher Andy Scminick came throush with a yrand slam homer in *>hl seventh to account for the Philly victory. When the score of 13 t k- lyn's defeat, at Cincinnati wjs posted on (he Scoreboard at i!i. Louis, the Cards tried hard and lint over four ninth inning runs but couldn't close the Map. The Dodgers dropped their filth straight at Cincinnati as tint Reds won their sixth straight j-;f?me at niyht behind Hucky Walters, -in old pitcher with new iriuks. .Wallers. who hurled a six-hitler, v.i'i his fifth straight Ramc, eilncliiiii! it when the Heels made four runs in the eighth. Orady nation hit n homer for the Reds in the uiird. Rookie Ralph Kiner's three-run homer provided the 8 to 5 margin or victory for the Pirates over the Giants at IMUsbmph. Johnny Mt/e hit a giant homer oft Nick Strincc- vieh who won his fourth luuno. The Cubs made eight runs in the first inning to lop the Hravcs. 10 to 0 at Chicago. Phil Cavaretta hit a homer for the winners as Bob Chiptnan pitched six-hit to win without difficulty. W. . (H . M . -m . 4! . :ia . av . 3:1 . 2f> I'd. .!J9S .•I'M Am I'd. .'I 1 !( .5S8 AW A02 .309 uniry was: It is (on bad (hat ]>niU!iMil Truman Ivid anything lo ^ay ubuut ihe (rontesl. Wlicck'i 1 was defeated for , (he I>!ii<:rr;:lie renoinhiatinii ijy i.eil Krieksoii, furincr Montana" Slaty .Supreme Court jjustice. Mr. Truman definitely entered Ihe primary riant uii the side ol \Vjiieler lust week. i j him ii!!«ln.sl charges Hint Wheeler was «n enemy of railroad labor. | Al Hie same time, firieksou \r.\a the foucklni; of the CIO rolltii.-a) Ar'ii'ii Committee and CIO I'M 1 . 1 !- ilei. t Philip Murray, plus James Di.iisevelt, son of Hi" late ";evident. 'Ihe Ericksnn victory produced coopdanmi. 'Iliey'ie noin B (o he exln-mely critical of (] K records of ineinliers tif f.'unaress, lr> Kr( , Yeslevclay's Results mobile (i, Atlanta 2. Nashville f>. Memphis 2. nirmiiiBhain 4, New Orleans 1. Chattiinooua li. Little Hock 2. NATIONAL I.KACUi: Pittsburgh H. New York 5. Chicago 10, Boston 0. Cincinnati 5, Urooklyn 2. Philadelphia II), St. Louis 7. A.MLItH'AX !.KA(illl-: New York :!-8. St. Louis 2-4. Boston 3-6. Chicago l-l. Cleveland it. Philadelphia 2. Detroit :i. Washington 2. Truman Offers To Take Stump For Democrats Georgia's Petite Golfer Turns in Excellent Score CHICAGO, July 13. (UI 1 ) — Johnny liulla. Little Hock. Ark.. and Louise SIIKKS, petite Georgia yolfer, shared top honors today in a three-way team tune-up for the Victory National Open Tournament beginning Friday. Hullii .shot a si/./liiiK G7. four under par. yesterday, but Mis^ tuygs stole the show with a -nifty 15 over tlie famous No. :) cour.se lit the Mcdinah Country C'lulj which up lo now has been ndjiids- I much too Icmj; an<l too hard j ,-,i mn ,, imernalionalisl the women. Her mark was ,>. | U,mi|jht the oiiteome ' «• competitive record, for ihe simple reason that the course neve;- before bad Ijecn used for wou:-:vi> tourney play. There isn't even a women's par for the layout, but it seems sale to figure Ihat Miss Slips' 41-3-1 was well under regulation figure.-, for women. Tier score was every bit as good as that carded by Lloyd Mnngrum, N'at.Vnal Open titleholder, and only a stroke ew two behind such experts as Byrou Nekon, with a 74. and Ben Hoyan. ?;!. Bulla had only t'.vo male companions in the sub-par ranks- Harold Ungt McSpaden and amateur Geort'e Dawson of Chicat;o. both with 10s. WASHINGTON. July 18. (UP> — President Truman said today he would take the political stmm» actively late this summer if necessary lo help Ihe Democratic Parly in the full elections. The Presidenl said'he luul not made any specific, plans for a ram- lirii^n. tour. He said his de-'isnn would append i»n the necessity .Vskfd v.'iidiier he planne.l lo .-..'Kf: sevc :il speeches in bclnl: cf The Yankees came out of a Ull , ,, a] . ty> Ml . Trllm . m sni(1 ,,,, a eiij'iou. 1 ; political silualion with-i an fiiclent follo\'.-er In the Democratic Party. The''-aid -H seems as' if 1're.sidcnt aliened himself wilh an people have final]. , fivid anti-Key; Healer and o!>i>on- " fill of most of President j;o',<c- vi'U's warlinie policies. On the otbcr side was Murray, who ha.s supported most of Mr. Truman's lefi:ilalive pi oj;ram, Tims, same of the party chiefs weie happy about Erlckson'.s victory, bul very unhappy Ihat I'm: President had championed Ihe cause of the loser whose isota- ticaiist recovd in tile Senate has been under attack by H'wrs-l Democrats since before Ihe war. Congressional reaction to the Montana primary centered on isolationist and international issues. Reimlilicans ill.iv Win Sell. Claude Pepper, n.. F!a . a how they sleand on this subject " Pepper emphasised ihat he was commenlin^ "jolc.'ly on (lie issues not on tlu> personalilles involved.'' Sen. l-Mwin C. Jolmson. D.. Colo like Wheeler a pie-Pearl Harbor 1. 1 isolationist, said lie was "terribly •disappointed" in the Montana veteran's defeat. "This is merely a case of (he fenner fljjlilliiK supporters o i i Wheeler in .Mon!nn;>. turnin" on him," Johnson said, "i feel (hat they have eliminated theirstaunch- cst sujiporter and best, friend " j Hen. Adoljih J. Rahath. D., j'u of Roosevpli! tlie Ameru-r-n realised that "M...,,. opiinsed lo the Uoos-^velt f'Ji'piKii policy must linv^ been swaved against the besi interesi'; of America and Democracy •• »'•]). Charles A. Ilallcck. R I"'!., chairman O f the licpubllcin Congressional Campaign Oominit- Ice. said "I think we Rppiibllran senator in Put. he added have anyway." T 7',9 7>^3 36 GOODS AND SERVICES 1946 $42.67 GOODS AND SERVES Although uno hut ono •. , up osci li)3C I'.'Vfl •. the extra money ihat workers jrol now \vcn't buv Ihcm much num.- tlinn their lower prewar p;iy would. That's hec'ai:;:e it !:iki-:: :.vn\' tl<,J- ]:!]•;, lod:i; tr> Ui> n llun As New cunt n«'.'o shows, thcj !',<•'«!:; and setvi'Cb <>u c i 1 luj lot '-.I J 11> in !>.,./, (•<•«'. yuu %-K.i'i'l in May, 1010, au'K 1 n; to t Bui i i <1 L (11 Statistics. Since M;vy, ir.aiiy I.LICCS hj^'c riscii sburply. Courier News Want Ads said "tends Tt is possible to <hy angle\vorms until they are only .in per cent water and still revive them. L-nl they die if they become only one- lifth of one per cent drier than per cent. l ! Th c County 4-H Softball series opened last night in Walker Part with an exciting game in which the Arm orel A boys defeated Promised Land in the last inning 3 to 2. Each team collected five hits. ^luni]) lo bent the Uro\vns, 3 \'* 2 and 3 to -1 :il No A- York. Ijni KHincd no ground on the Red^Enx. opposition to the reelection of "u'ciV. who also won a double bill. Tommy uoycr c. Slanyhler, D., Mo.. »* ITcnricli's opportune bn.sc* running when third baseman Johnny l.au:a- drtlo dropped his toy pop-up ;.c.\ U|i the winning run in the ninth of the opener. Hcuvich ^ot nil liui to third on Hit? error ;uul a throw and Auron Robinson j men! 10 Knos Axle!!, who is njipos- Chnrlry Kt-ller's | ing Skui^hU'r for the Dcmocv.itic noiniuatujii, Mr. Truman's discussion of prr- •niiKi]ii.i'js in Missouri polilic.s bci^an vdir-u ho \vas a.skfd at his nyws ron- way would if nrressary. At the same time, he voiced blunt congressman Jrom the Kansas City District of Missouri. Slaughter represents :s district immediately next lo Mr. Truman's home in Independence, Mo. The President gave his cr.doise- he. the President, was wrong. Ke said that Slaughter r.s a member of the House Rules C'oiumuUe had opposed every piece of Uvvsla- tior. he. the President, had soi:- Sitsi ed. It's c^'.tr 15 bake -.-.-ilh THE MAGIC W1LLEK $ EF.ST FLOUR! And you can u:e the ccicred p'int sack in many W.T/S around the hnuse. Dlslrlbulr.l by MAGiC ' BE5T MAGIC MIU,KK brings you the licsl flour obtainable under the present national .singled hitn home. four-run homer was the blj: l>lr.w in the second game in which lir- nio Bonhain won for the lirsl tuni 1 since May l'\ nttcr » Kinye of arm Alton, Promised Lanei pitcher. weakened slightly in the last inning, allowing' n hit by Nile 1 ; Welch, then walked II." Welch. Lyman Henson, nn Armorel heavy hitter, Ihen collected a hit- to score Niles 'Welch r.nrt win tlv game. Promised Land scored In the first and fifth innings and rallied again in the last inning hut they were unable to make a nm. Scoring for Promised Land were Sketton and .Mullen? Scoring for Armorel were Perry Lee Adkissou Don Steward, and Nines Welch. County Agents. Keith nilbivj and Cora Lee Coleman. said the teams would play each Wednesday night through July and August with a tournament to b- held .probably the last two weeks ol August. They expect about jo teams of boys and girls to participate from all pails of North Mississippi County. trouble. Floyo. Bevcns woti tue opener. The Retl Sox trimmed the Wbile Sox. 3 to I and C to 1 as Joe Dobson and Dave Fei'l'i.ss pitched identical seven-hit lers. nobsim's victory was his ninth, while Ferriss won his 14th. Hobby Doerr ^;uc a second game Boston honurr. The Tigers defeated I!oho Nnvv- som. 3 to '2 in 12 innings at Washington, Lying Ihe score with two runs in the ninth and winning Irreiue \\li.-.i he pluunetl to do I ne Missouri primary—the only primary in which the Pre.ili'eir, had indicated he would take an active ;-art. Mr. Truman said first, that he would vo lo his home tow.i ijt !iu ; c- I'.cmlence to vote. Then h-i was ed whiiihi-r or not he was "inler- i-stetl" In Slaughter. 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