The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 23, 1944 · Page 6
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Yaijfo Move Up In Flag Chase Johnny Niggeling SK«t» Out Browns In Night Affair B } United Press jrhe.1 New York Yankees — still claiming a- chance: for first ulsce- beat the Detroit Tigers, 9 to 1, and mined Into third place The New York Yankees, once the slugging Yankees, looked like foi j IV mer sears lodaj They knocked /O- Jf' game winner Hal Newhousei qU and went to work on the oilier Tiger pitchers Oscar Gi lines, usiral- Ij & bashful battei, slummed out a homer with two men on base The Cleveland Indians bent the Red Sox of Boston on a seventh Inning pinch'single by Jeff Heath, winning 5 to 3 Manage! Lou Boud- rcau was icstlng on base when Heith singled him home Philadelphia-kept* right- n|i with (he Indians, winning its third game In four stalls from the Chicago White Sox, 5 to 1 It «is Russ Christopher's seventh straight win —and he held (lie Sov to Just slv lilts Ohio State To PardaeGreat Football Squad ThteFall. .. Thanks To Navy VJ2 Program t *• *O J* i * ^0Mk ,, . * T*^" '"--**•-"' , f _ A.v If the'.St.. Louis Browns linve slumped ; this season—this is it! They dropped Inch' fifth game In six starts, losing to the 1 Washington Senators,. 3 to 0, as Johnny, Nig- geling shut them out. A player squabble started' when Potter tried to field George Case's bunt down the first, base line, lie and Potter traded words—and then traded punches. Both benches enip- iled and the Browns and- Senators rushed in Case and Potter were Dut c off the field Relief pitcher Rube Fischer struck out De» ei Williams with (lie buses lo-ided in the ninth Inning, and the New York Giants outdis- By HAHRY : OKAYSON• NHA Sport? Iditor- Ohio St'ftte inlenils to strike irtclt fhls fall! ..... -«• ........ •• . , ene, enl im the niftiest CHICAGO — Lacking Nn.vy V-1'2 back ever l'o' com i! out of 11 vnllcy and Mm hie blood, a splrlt'cir young thiU'-hns been nn • • Ohio State team \ias limited' to outstanding plnyers. fiiii ihcwlngs and pLuck'y : slnnds last iiitumn , '. , • But wrii<or' no > war',. Ohio State liltcndb to stilkc back this fnll, of- feis eailj proof that college ' fooi- In its third vai year, can :i;et r quite well without help from the N.ivy '. .' ' The refyil from Columbus Is t'lia't acting coach Cnrroll Wlddoes finds himself womleilng hov, to (It together nil Mi go&t backs.': By the end ^of six weeks of sum- mci practice four hlgn school 'graduates had woiked themselves liitb" the first slilntf :., tanced the Chicago Cubs, 9 to 8 - ou The Cubs rallied laic in the game Ohio tttO UinillSS ' StfLincl ofinii The St • Coins Cardinals won the L0 it "Bvior \flem,-, *\u^f,-«M«s ®£UA^ i £?$> «,s£ ftSSr r? ?«j»«r ±j ^ sr-^ •'" - «>'> Mirty Marion home anis In the second game the high fljm' ~ • - J ine. Lanier.'.p'itcheii a f'-lil'b „,.„,.ball' game', beating hard-luck Al Ja\ei> aid the Braves 2 to 1 It uas Laniers 11th win—Ja\crys 16th loss. Buster' A'dains clouted a ptiti of home runs as the Philadelphia Phillies \\oii the twilight half of a Cincinnati dolible headei' lifaflng the Reds 4 to 3 Ron Nofthcy smacked otie for the Phils later— and Big Moose McCormlok paiked on eo\er thff wall loi the Reds Tomnw de la Crtia held the Phils lo just fi\c lilts tn the second feature' as the Clnclrinnll Reds banged out 9 hits to \Un 5 lo 1 Buttcrball p'tcliei Rip Sewell won his Hth game of lhe jear as Ills' Pittsburgh Pirates bucked him with T tuns lo defeat the hobbllm: Brooklyn Dodgers V lo 5 Tlic Pi-, rates are tightening up their grip on second Tom' Itraiw was moved to miar- leibnck «ltorc |i(s ' loss- lie ran; He is such a hard runner the crash echoes all-over the field when an •opponent torliigs him down: He knocked out two would-be tacklei's llic; first .two weeks. '; Bob; liruggc Weighs 190 pounds and adds a quick change of pace '16 his- spi'lnllng to make him an Ideal iiirtn on sliurlc-wlmj 'reverses and Wide. T stuff. Bull! of lhe back-field will be 195- pound- Olllc; Cline, 4-F' because of iriip'alred hearing, cilile Jills aiid drives'; like 1 Gene Fekete ol the 1042 champions and is even more elusive. .This' Combination, besides being Baseball' StaifdifljS SOUTHERN LEAGUE Atlanln 34 Nashvljle TJ Memphts' New Oi'leom Mobile. Liltle Rock Birmingham Chaltan6ofja Sergeant Invents Tester NASHVILLE Tenn <UP —An in genious- auMllarj generator and power regulator tesler invented by F R Fulcher Jr of Nashulle, a former engineering student and now ail Army s'cargeanl, has been adopted by .the. Air Service Command _ The (estei, used in icnair- Ing airplane motors, was fashioned bj Fulolier fron* 'pire and reclaim ed parts It ci!n b e used without dlsasseihbllng : units to be 'tested and has saved considerable man- hours in repur and maintenance work since Its adoption. Pet. 16' ,080 3$ .588 21 TI ari 23 29- .442 20 28 .417 20 2!) .408 10' 34' .320 NATIONAL LEAGUE " St Lollfe PitUburgh Cincinnati Chicago- New York Philadelphia Boslon Brooklyn Pet. ,o'oo .570 W "L; 86; 39 69 4(i 05 4D 51 60 .'.45!) . 53 OS U49 45 67 .402 48' 70 ,.398 45 74 ,348 AMEBICAN LEAGUE w: t. &t Louis 09 5] Boston 04 55 New York 62' 55 63 50 56 -63 Detroit Chicago Clevelind Philadelphia Washington 57 51 51 Pel. .575 .538 .530 .525 .471 .407 .467 .429 Ware Ammunition For Hunters To'Be Released LITTLE ROCK. tUP)— Secretary T. Ark., Aug. 23. McAmis of best utilized. .Folks in his old home town, BeJlnlje, enll him the niftiest ' for . ^Trained 'football men n.vsert tlmt, .the. 180-n-Mmd Kcanc Is the boy to put- terror into'lhe Buckeyes' mod- ern.'i'-forinatioil offense 1 . ENTWKLY TliH'LK THIIEAT .Kcanc becoming, the m'an down under cleared the wny for redheaded,' 192'-pouri[( Dick Flanagan to tak c 'over at' tailback/ Columbus residents not on the premises nishctl to storm cellars when he entirely triple threat, averages 189 poiinds. Bf.cklng up- the remarkable' frosli are a doxei) others, and there's the- probability that Les rforvrith star' Atlanta Moves Into First Place Double Victory Puts Crackers Back In Southern Lead By United Press The up-and-down fight In the Southern Association continued today. The Allnwa Crackers again moved Into first, place by a half- gninu with a double victory last, night over the Mobile Bears. The Vols could do no better than dl- tvlde n pair with the Chattanooga Lookouts. Dick Mnuney and Francis Cronln pitchc<j steady ball in" whining the Crackers' games, 0 to 0 and 4 to 2, rt'.sijcctively. The Vols got off to a bad start, losing the opener to the Lookouts', 6 to 4. nut they came back to win — ,— —^..., defeated the Little Rock Travelers, 3 to 2, In a 13 Inning contest, Chick pitcher Fr«nk Vovc'rku hurled the entire ,13 innings and accounted for the Hie winning run with n homer lii 'the last Inlug. . Meanwhile, the : Birmingham Bri'. ron.s collected 22" runs from " es orv star ' « ,, ••right halfback of 1942 vi V be - a'raM '^ Orleans pitchers to capture a ' lo 8 'es - -able. The Army htis . a Plans to discontinue it< ei|- training In dentistry. r .,,,, v « ul , lu return Morvath to civilian student status. LINE TO «(> WITH HACKS ; Paul' Davis, regular fullback, and reserve • backs of 19-13 are iii trie' third string-. Chunky Bob Dove, one of the finest punting prospects to I up liis lath The pairings remain Howard- Fo x -al'" thc 9th ln "'" g - lhe same for More than 300.000,000 people he worl'd use'cocoamits" in oi'ni every check in n't Ohio State in'-" years', tinsses almost as well as Keaiie. He wns credited with n • KW-yarS' punt for Asblnnd against Gallon 1 Joe Masclo ran the 100 In 10 flat to win the event in the state high school meet last spring. While the linemen hardly match the backs, Ohio Stale will not be weak ui> front. The forwards average 135 pounds, ana Include five reeiilnrs of last year, two substitutes and a sophomore front the 1942 freshmen who stuck out'. Willis Is nn All-America candidate at, tackle. In these draft-torn days, Ohio State Is so good it. hurls-. er'n Association of Giimc and'Plsli Commissioners; says he has been advised that a larger supply of' ani- riiunitlo'ii for hunting will be re'-- lensed by i!ic War Production Board this fall. McAmis says the Southern Association 'of Game and Fish Commissioners has made a relentless campaign to secure more small arms and ammunition for southern hunters since'; the group's, meeting last May. Yesterday's Results SOUTHHERN LEAGU1! ; Atlanta 0-4, Mobile' 2-0. Memphis 3, Lltlldliock 2. Chattanooga 0-3, Nashville 4-5. Birmingham 22, New Orleans t). AMERICAN LEAGUK New York fl, Detroit 7. Cleveland' 5, Boston 3. Philadelphia 5, Chicago 1. Washington 3, St. Louis 0. NATIONAL LEAGUE New York 9, Chicago 8, Pittsburgh 7, Brooklyn 5. St. Louis 7-2, Boston 4-1. Phllndclphla 4-1, Cincinnati 3-5. Connie Muck Prizes Bat EAST BROOKPIELD, Mass. (UPI —Connie Mack's trophy case Is filled with souvenirs of his 50 years as a baseball manager, but his most treasured trophy isn't In his keeping. It is a silver bat that hangs WARNING ORDER 111 lhe Chancery Court, Chickasaw- liu IMslrici, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Joseph Jublc, Plaintiff, vs. No. (3740 Nellie Jublc, Defendant. The defendant, Nettie Jublc, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of tl\e plaintiff Joseph Jublc, Dated this 15 diiy of Aug\ 1944. HARVEY MORRIS', Clerk Percy A. Wright, Ally, for pit. — ••', .-t',f - .--'• - 8|23-30-91Grl3- • —• - - _^ ;/* ..v Today's Games ' SOUTHERN LEAGUE .S Lillle Rock at Memphis, night. Mobile at Atlanta. Chattanooga at Nashville, two. Birmingham at New Orleans. NATIONAL LEAGUE Chicago at St. Louis, night. Only games scheduled! AMERICAN- LEAGUE ;No game scheduled'. lihirk Market I'cnaliw,! BCSTCN (UP)—Black marketeers In New England have paid a total c-f $500,000 to tub government as penalties for mtlanlrii;. violations, a recent survey showed. Itte DOPE BUCKET BI 1. p, FRIEND MAKE QUICK CONTACT It didn't, tuke Lieut, clarence ]° ng l ° ";?, kc Connection will h Z C 'M ' te (B1I1) < , g , New Gul " ea - 0 '" 8 W " h c "' Cro , , w, me msi Armored Division of the ?.&• h Z C 'M ' te (B1I1) 5t " «W. 'Here art a few of their ' <mm May 23 to 8,m; till , , ' s "'° (her ' Ml ' s ' nrsl Wounde(l Tl, ., „ "iivlllcl , KllS. Ull]ltf>, -M PelllK W M Crowe of Huffman, sent him 60-ton Tigers; the new APO and address of Clarence, As soon as he received the letter he realized that Clarence was clcscby, So he Immediately placed a_ call, and after two vain attempts slipped by thr.ee exchanges and roiir extensions, finally got htm on the Ine It seems (.hat he too had Just heard from his folks and already Imd made' arrangements to make throug!). the call p smc getting his Stan Musial of Cardinals swings five bats .cnroutc to second sti'aiglil National League bal-\ ling championship. , t lit'* •-•«».. t>tVl.llJg ItlA letter today, which was written AUK 9, I learned through another source that they got together and had quite a bill! Session; ... it was the second pro-son • from Blythevll'lc that Bill had seen In more than two years overseas. While In Australia he was fortunate to see Ser"t .Charles (Peck) Hardin in u football' game. Now "Peck" has been transferred into New Guinea and they have the same APO number 503 Bill is with the 343rd Q.M, Depot .Co.; Charles with the '2 51th Re'il Co., Base B. ' IlLA'CKARD IN HOSPITAL Rumors have been flying thick and fast of late concerning the condition of Marshall Blackard Ever since he was reported to be in a hospital in England I have heard at least a half dozen different reasons for his .hospitalization but" none seems to be logical. Perhaps the most persistent was that he had suffered the loss of an arm and a' leg-. His mother, Mrs. Idell Blackardj received a letter from him yesterday that was written Auij. IV. He tdld her that lie was all light; (hut he hod suffered a recurrence with his chest and expected to be "all right soon." Capl- Gene Bradly, who was with him in France, wrote that Marshall hart been sent to a hospital back In England and should- get" "all right", but added that "he would not be sent back' where he was." What he meant . by the statement is not known., of course, due to strict cen^ sorship, . . . Mrs'. Blackard pins her hope that Marshall' isn't seriously Injured oh the fact that it has been ihor e than a month since he has been In the hospital and has' received no word from the War DeOTrlment. MOPS €P TINAN Jlmiiiv (Tuffy) Allen, the former tough little guard on the' Blyllie- vilte Chick's, now a" member of Uncle Sam's' fighting Marines, writes Mama ana Papa B: J. Allen that- he and his Marines have just finished cleaning up the Tinan island. "I am happy to repsrt that everything went fine and still !«nfoy!pfr perfect^ health", he added. . . .'Pfc. Allcffwas also in on the Invasion of Salpan, as wns several other Blytheville Marines, including Fred Boyett, Jr., and Staff Sergt. Jack' McHaney. Charles Smith marked a recent copy of the Slars and Strices. Italian campaign edition, calling special iilLe'ntion for his mother, Mrs. J. p. Smith, to a few accomplishments of his outfit, lie First Armored Division of the J '" y killca ° r 43 , destroyed 135 lhe Bunted German 31 self lank guns; destroyed 188 trucks. . . . These boys haven't cloii c half bad, have they?. , . . Charles lias been overseas since May 1942 snd hopes for a boat ride east In dlrcc- Annie Oakley Although only 18,, Skipper Winski is defending queen in two events in Grand American Irap- shoot at Vandalia Field, Dayton, p. A. year ago Wellsburg, W. Va., miss became first to win both Preliminary and Grand American Handicaps for women, breaking 90 out of 100 each clay firing from 17-yard line. .?| RHEUMATIC PWN With l Hiiiclni Ikjl »il] Pr>» Itull If you s'uffer from rheumatic pain or' muscular aches'buy G-2223 today for'real pain-relieving help. 60c, SI. Caution: Use only as directed First bottle purchase price refunded bj druggist if not satisfied. GetC-2223. Wednesday & Thursday 'Johnny Does a game between East Brookfield mid Have a Coca-Cola=Let's work refreshed ...or a helping hand on the farm Hefping' to feed America means long hours ia the folds ... endless tasks to perform. All the more welcome' then, is the friend!/ pause for ta ice-cold : Coca-Cola. Hit, a «&U>, Says a farm companion, add it means Let's work nfrattJ. In country home-Or city dwelling; frosty bottles Of "Coke" belong in the icebox. Across Ataerica, Coca-Cok stands for tbep aHSe ,h a , rel m / Jes _ . a symbol of kindly hospitality. AUTHbrity OF TllE C6C'*-C<JIA COMPANY (y COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. of BLYTHEVILLE It's natural for popular names to acquire friendly abbtovla- rlons. That's why you hear Coca-Cbh called "Coke".- America's Largest Airline Relies On Sinclair Pennsylvania Motor Oil Exclusively Brie Tionpwn, I'.rxirdi,, „/ Ammun Airlim, Int., irlalc plana tin Sinfiiir I'tnnll/tttnia jrolor Oil flc!i:i:,,l-j. America's largest airline, American Airlines, Inc., relies on Sin- X clair Pennsylvania Motor Oil exclusively to lubricate its great fleet of Flagships. Give your car the same protection given costly airplane . motors. Ask your Sinclair Dealer for Sinclair Pennsylvania Motor Oil. It lasts so long it saves you money-gives your car-safer, quieter _ lubrication. B. J. ALLEN PkueZIIS Af«» -, , Art 'V,' AUGUST 23, 1944.' Softball Tournament Gets Under Way Friday LITTLE HOCK, Ark., Aug. 23. (UP)-—Dates for (he Arkansas Slate Amateur Softball Meet have been changed lo Aug. 25 through 31. Slale Commissioner Otto Smith announced the new date so there will be no conflict with the regional dates, -> August 29 through Scptemborai. had been set lor the annual tft-l fair, but the Amateur Softball Association of America notified Smith that the regional tourney for Ar- k'nnsas, Mississippi, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Texas will be held at Oklahoma City Sept. 2 through 5, The state mei't will be held <it Little Rock slnrtlng Friday with double elimination rule prevailing. Oatmeal was eaten with wine, strong beer, and ale as well as milk In England in the caily nth century . lion of these United States, particularly Blytl'.evillc. ±— Manila's Finest Shows Nightly 8:00 I'. M. MiiUnces Saturday & Sunday Best Woshed Air Cooling System Wednesday & Thursday "TAMPICO" with Ktlward (J. Robinson Fox iN'ews anil Short Open 7:30 Show Starts 7:45 wilh Siiuone Simon, ,I;unes Ell William Terry News of the I>ny Short WEEK-DAY NIGHTS Box Office Opens S—Show Slarls at 8:15. SATURDAYS ,t SUNDAYS J!o* Office Opens 1 Show Slarls 1:15 V u. Last Time Today 1 "GILDERSLEEVE'S GHOST" Hill! Harold IVary, Alitrinn Martin & Kirlmnl LcOranil ItKO News ,V Sliorl Thursday and Friday "SEVEN DAYS ASHORE' irilh Wally Ilroivn A- Alan flarncy l\lnimonn( Xcirs Sliort CHICKASAW West Sl.iln Near 21st St. Sat, starts 12:45; Snn. starta 1:*5 Night shows 5:45 Exccnl Monday, opcna 6:45 Continuous shows Sat. ami Bun. k Wednesday & Thursday Double Feature "THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER" with lictlc Davis & Monlc AVotiWy and "HI, BUDDY" wilh Koberl raise

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