The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 22, 1944 · Page 6
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PAGE S1Z BLYTHEVJLLIJB (ARK.), COUB1EB NEWS Belkas-Carlin Win Tag Match Belkas Displays Fine Work In Win Over Pedigo Staff Scrgt. Chris Bclkas is'tack on the victory hand wagon. His winning streak shattered several neeks ago, the popular. Blythc- ville Army Air Field wrestling Instructor slipped back Inlo the groove by winning from Cecil (Blacksmith)' Pedigo In tlieir piellmliiary, tlicn teamed with Johnny (Swede) Car- )ln to down Pedigo and Gus Wis- bar !u the feature tag mnlch'of Promoter Alike Merouey's weekly ring program last night at, the American Legion'arena. .';•,•< Oontrary to tlie expected, the show was not Just » parade of scientific stars. There was science on display, aiid plenty of It, to be sure. But these four small giants pooled their various ling talents to stage one of the wildest, most rlpsnort- Ing-and thrilling shows of the year. From start to'finish-it was a varied assortment' of skill, .speed, action, arid comedy that kept the overflow crowd In stitches and sent them away singing the praises of all. Carltn Makes Impression Making his deuiit to local random, stocky Carliri, one of the deans of the wrestling.profession, made a favorable impression'; Though defeated by Wisbar in the second preliminary—which Isn't a displace by any means—he showed tremendous skill and power and pla>cd his part in the'.•winning .pattern .cut Into Hie , main evenl. The customers want to sec more of him The fans had hardly settled back in their seats in anticipation of a fast moving, scientific tag match when the explosion broke loose. While rough enough, the preliminaries had given little Indication'of 1 what fun really was In store. The boys had milled around for a minute or so when Wisbar was caught in the, throes of a leg lock administered by. Belkas. Looking for an avenue of escape Cus grabbed Referee Mike Mcroney by the hair mid drew him Into the pile. That brought' the impulsive Pedigo into the ring, followed quickly/by Carlin, For the next three'or four minutes the cus- tom^rs weie treated to one of the niftiest free-for-alls ever staged here, n likely subject for any scenario script. Despite the fact that he was suffering from n cracked jawbone and was warned not to enter the ring, Referee Meroney finally restored order without loo much harm to himself. The fans wanted more And they got it throughout the match, all 83 minutes. It was n classic all by itself. , Plenty of Stunts t The chief comic stunt, .one of many, was pulled by Carlin. During a \vl\d scramble the Swede rushed ln"to' the aid of ticlkas. He dove under the pile, cnmo up with a double wrlstlock and started clamping while muttering "now kick, darn you'" He had snagged Mike's arm by mistake nnd was pulling on too pressure before the official could reveal that it belonged to him and not oce of the-wrestlers. Carlm supplied the first break in the match when he ballered out Pedigo In 14 minutes, using an nlr- planc spin and body pin. He mid Vo/s Nucfge* Atlanta Out Of Lead By United Press The Nashville Vols rcassumcd th,e lead lit the Southern Association last night wilh a 10 to 3 victory over the Chnlinnooga Lookouts. Their win, coupled wilh the Atlanta Crackers' 1 to 5 setback at the hands of the Mobile Bears, left the Vols a half-game ahead In the second- half pennant race. The New Orleans Pelicans displayed more of the fight that has brought them from eighth to fourth place in tlie standings by coming from behind to down the Birmingham Barons, 6 U> 4. And Memphis scored a run In thb last half of the ninth limning to take a close one from the Uttli I?nck Travelers, C to !> Today's schedule remains the same except Allnntn nnd Mobile play a double header. Yesterday's Results SOUTHIIKRN LKAGliE Memphis 6, Llltlc Rock B. Mobile 1, Atlanla 5. Nn.OivllIc ifl, Clmllniioogn 3. Kcw Orleans 6, Birmingham 4. AMERICAN I.KAGUK New York 5, Detroit 1. Cleveland 1, Boslon 0, 13 Innings. Philadelphia 3, Chicago 2. St. Louis 5, Washington 3. NATIONAL LEAGUE New York 4, Chicago 3. • Pittsburgh 9-1, Brooklyn 7-fj, first 10 innings; second, playoff ot unfinished game July Q. Boston nt St. Louis, postponed, rain. Only games scheduled. Dodgers Lose 2 To Pittsburgh Browns Go 12 Innings To Gain Decision Over Senators By United Press The Brooklyn Dodgers receiver! another grain of humiliation fit Pittsburgh, where they lost two games for the price of one. The suspended Piratc-nodgcr game of July 9 was concluded—Just a half Inning left—and Pittsburgh won, 9 to 7. This stretched the former .Dodger losing streak to an even •16 games. ; ' Brooklyn lost Ihe regular gamo •which followed, a 7 to o match which lasted ten Innings. Brooklyn smacked out five runs in the first two Innings, but just couldn't hold he lead, Kmte LombnrdI managed to whip he Chicago Cubs nil by himself, driving home all the runs for New rork as the Giants beat Chicago, to 3. The big Giant catcher wundcil out two home runs ami single ns Johnny lien pitched his hird win. 'Hie Cleveland Indians almost roil Ihe game with home rutis In The. swoidfish doesn't carry « sword until II Is grown ui). As a' youngster, its Jaws are of equal length. Belkas then put the pressure on the rampaging Wisbar and eliminated him in nine more minutes. The tempo was increased slightly In the second with all four of the grapplers spending much of their time In the ring at once. Wisbar and Pcdlgo s conccnlratcd on the smaller Bclkas and kayoed him first In six minutes. A series of flying Inckles and kangaroo kicks sends Carlin under In four more minutes. No Tca-l'arty The third fall battle was anything but a pink tea party as the toys squared off for the flnnle. But thanks to some very fine and accurate punching, Carlin and Belkns wore able to win. Officially, Carlin tossed Wlsbnr with <i body pin, fallowing two vicious body slams. Actually, It. vvns the rock and sock that "dood" it. The same holds true for Belkns 1 win over Pedigo. Tlie ex-Ulacksinllh made tlie misluko of trying to slug It out with Chris. He didn't make it. The combined time was 25 minutes. Bulkas and Pedigo duolcd beautifully for 17 minutes before tlie soldier took advantage of u mistake to take the Initial preliminary. A from crotch nnd body pin /was the clincher. Wlsbar's alert and netivc kangaroo kicks were too much for Carlin in their single fall prelim. A double jack knife did the Job in 15 minutes of extra-super wrestling. HAVE YOU GOT ANOTHER DR. PEPPER WITH YOU? m B C D I /^ I I 10 Year C t\ L. \J U Guaranteed Moothproofing ^ r n ™ CLOTHING— RUGS—FURNITURE— DRAPES-BLANKETS-etc. Ask for tha sched- ulc of reasonable prices. HUDSON Cleaner—Tailor—Gothic* FALL.PLANTING SEEDS WINTER WHEAT BARLEY, OATS, RYE and HAIRY. VETCH. Roclcanod. High Purity and Germination, Blytheville Soybean Corp. s s- « 1 800 W. Main. the eleventh inning, but things got nil lied uj> and it look a J3U) Inning Indian homer to defeat Boston, 7 to 0. Mickey nocco jwlcd I he circuit clout to win the game In Ihe lllli liming pitcher Jim linghy and Outfielder Pat SSercy drilled out successive homers for Cleveland, uut the lead was tied In the last half. New Yolk's 5 to 1 triumph over (he pennant-driving Detroit Tigers was a home-run-madc affair, led by two Yank power blasts. Russ Derby and Kennel Marten led the Yanks to llic win, while steady Walt Duhlcl Just missed a shutout when an error set up the lone Tiger run In the third inning. Don Gutlerldge of the IC«EUC- loDlnff St. Louis Broiviw picked the right game and Inning for his first liome rim of the year. Gutterldgc smacked his four-baser wilh 1 obonrd In the twelfth Inning to give the Browns a 5 lo 3 victory over Wrtshlngton. Sig Jakuckl was the winning pltclicr, Mickey Haef- licr the loser. PhlladclDhla ouldlstanccd the Chicago White Sox over u ten round selling, pushing a run over In the tenth to win tlie 3 to 2 game. Don Black was Hie winning pitcher for the A's, and held the White 8ox to just six hits over tlie route. Native hunters of New Guinea make arrowheads from Ihe bony iiiilk of the ciuisownry. 6AAF Smothers Stuttgart AAF Fliers Push 19 Scores Across To Coin 28th Win of The Season STUTTGART, Aug. 22-Explod- Ini! 17 hits off three pitchers, the Illyllievllic Army Air Field Fliers defeated the Stuttgart AAF Filers, 13-9, here Saturday afternoon for ihclr 28th victory of the current season. ; : . Max Vlckcrs was the big ' noise In the terrific but explosion .that limited [he game to only seven innings by request nnd led to cancel- lalloti of the Sabbath contest. The hard hitting shortstop had a perfect day with the willow, He opened the game with a lusty home run drive, was hit by a pitched ball, singled thrice and wound up just like he started—with another home run. In all his offensive record "bowed five hits in five official trips, six runs scored and nine more batted In for noc of the blg- nioro balled in for one of the blg- Fral (Hoss) Swan, returning to his ]iosl at the keystone sack after missing the two louriinntenl victories, fattened his halting average with four hits In six tries, on a terrific triple. Jie tatted in five tallies. Bert Dares, at third taso in the absence of Leonard Travis who Is on furlough, came through wilh two singles and a double, scoring four times. Catcher Walt nialek bagged a pair of singles. With exception of the fourth Inning when he lost bead on the plate and was tagged for six runs, Staff Scrgt. Francis Huth had no trouble recording h| s seventh win of (he campaign. He yielded only eight hits In all, but generally was unsteady. He walked six and hit two batters, but settled down after the fourth to grant only three hits. Score by i'lnlngs: mythevlllc .104 324 .5-11) 17 0 Stullgait ' 001 BIO 1-0 8 0 Huth and Blalek, Milcnskl Williams, I'yburcck »nd Morcy. TUESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1944: Baseball; SOUTHERN LKAliUE W. ,1,. pet. .............. 32 -10 .007 Nashville ............ 33 lli .013 Memphis .......... ;. 29 21 SflO New Orleans .......... 2 0 Z8 . 497 Mobile .' ,:. ; 23 37 Little Eock 20 21 Birmingham jg 23 Chattanooga 113 33 AMKKICAN LEAGUE W. L. St. Louis 69 50 Boston (J'l 04 Detroit 02 55 New York 01 55 Chicago no 02 Cleveland 58 eij Philadelphia . 50 65 Washington 50 08 NATIONAL LEAGUE W.' L. St. Louis 84 29 Pittsburgh 08 40 Cincinnati . C4 48 .400 .444 ,380 .327 Pet, .580 .542 .530 .52fi .475 .4C3 .403 .42-1 Pet, .743 .590 .57! Swore at FILES! But Now He SMILES! YOU miy inrlle too. HBO doclora' formula for ilUtma of lilies, fiamft KB used JuUimeihely l,j Bliulallstit Dt noU-iI clinic. Hi- nnmz,i] us |>aln, Hell, voitHdKi get Kiti-li QUICK relief! lift £1.00 lul>e Thorn ton d JJhior's llKtnl Ointment MIIJ. Or Ktt tlio e:iKj'-lo-ti^ly Thornton A Minor H rein I Suin.nMtork'S, tatty R few ctuta uiye, fij DOOTOHS' wjiy TODAY. At nil good-drug stores everywhere —In BlyUicvillc, at Ktrby Uru», DON EDWARDS OOHONA, RKMlNOlvm ui n. Where were you Chicago . 51 5S .4<M New York 52 05 .414 Boston 4G G8 .4(11 Philadelphia 44 CO .400 Brooklyn 45 73 . 38 [ A pair of Army avlntor's gloves j can be made from Hie leather In an average-size woman's leather purse. CHSCKASAW West Main Near 21st St. Bat starts 12:45; Sun. starta 1:45 ' Njjflit shows 5:45 Except Monday, opens 8:45 Continuous shows Sat, and Sun. Tuesday ttUDDY MTR 2 Tickets 1'or the Price of I 'ESCAPE FROM CRIME' with Illohartl Travis 3 Slooges Comedy Wednesday & Thursday Double Feature "THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER" Will! Belle I) : ,vis & Monlc Wuolcy anil "HI, BUDDY" ivilh Koticrl 1'aigc New Theatre Manila's finest Shows Nightly 8:00 P. M. *' Matinees Saturday & Sunday Best Washed Air Cooling System Tuesday "SUBMARINE BASE" \iiiii John Lylcl SERIAL ft SUOKT Wednesday & Thursday "TAMPJCO" ivllh Edtvard G. Kodiuson : l''o.\ Ncivs .-mi) Slmrl Could you remember, if you were squirming on going up. You have a lot more electric appliances f-lir\ *iril'nj"»co nf-rt»^ylQ Ti^.^.1. ^,1^1 j_<^__ • « •* s-t t * * ^- *.— . ,_._ - <. the witness stand?, Probably not. 15 years is a long time. Maybe, being August first, you were writing checks to pay tlie monthly bills. Do you remember how much" you paid for electricity?, _ ; ,, ' .That's a tough one, too, isn't it?, Actually, if yours is an average household, your electric bill may have been a little less then than it is now. 'But to'day you're getting twice as much elec~ 'tricity for your money! How come?, .Well, while the 'price of electricity was coming 'down, your use of electricity was in 1944 than you had in 1929. But you enjoy all these added comforts at little, if any, added cost! Even if you're Hazy about everything else that's happened in the last 15 years, remember this wartime bargain. It's due to hard work by all our people-and sound business management. .ft'sOurSusiness toSerre ^ — OWA/M TO S£W£YOl/£E7T£fi/, DON'T WASTE ELECTRICITY JUST BECAUSE IT'S CHEAP AND ISN'T RATIONED! Open 7:30 Show Startj 7:45 Tuesday PAL NITE Three of a Kind Will! Billy Gilbert, Sheinp Howard & .JUaxic licsciiblnom Selected Sliorls Wedntsdfly & Thursday Any More' with Simonc Simon, James Kllisoii & William Terry Mews of the Day , Sliorl THEATRE^' Manila, Ark. WEEK-DAY NIGHTS oi Office Opens 8—Show Starts at S:lj. SATURDAYS & SUNDAYS Bo* Office Opens 1 Show Sfarts 1:15 Tuesday & Wednesday "GILDERSLEEVE'S GHOST" wilh Harold I'c.irj-, Jfarioji Martin >V Itichnnl I.cGraml :• liKO News * Short

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