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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, July 20, 1946
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fAUE SIX BIATJJEVILLE (AUK.) COURIER NEWS Yanks Face Slim Pennant Hopes Boston Club's Lead Virtually Assures - Team on Pennant NEW. YORK. July 20. <UP> — Time bcgnn to run out on the New York Yankees today, niul the impersonal figures In the standings column showed that the Boston Rcxl Sox, whose victory yesterday over Chicago was their 13th In 15 games, can lose (he pennant only complete collapse. Boston now leads by UK games with 67 yet on the Bosox schedule. The Yanfes have 68 games. If the £ox continue at their present rate it «111 be a breeze, of course, but . ., (hey nuiy crack, although there is 1 no reason to suspect such disaster. But suppose they win only half their remaining games, and ended with 99 games won.' New York, lo tie, would have to win 48 of OS games—a pace of .706. Their present percentage Is .593. Manager Bill Dickey, wlio is paid 10 think good of his club, may have hopes of a -700 pace, but his athletes have shown no inclination so far for such lilgli geur. Boston's a lo 2 victory yesterday carried important implications concerning Ihe Red Sox staying power. Bill Zubtr pitched a four-hitter to win, Ills third triumph since coining to Boston Irom the Yanks. Me hasn't yet been associated fcilh a loss for Boston, and appears to be a dependable fourth Etarter lo so with Dave Perriss. Mickey Harris and Tex Hughson. His first win was a thrcc-!iillci over Cleveland, then he started a marathon game which Boston finally won from Philadelphia, next was au eight-hit victory over Cleveland, although he needed eighth-inning help from Fcrrtss, then yesterday's lom-hiltcr. The fuming White Sox, goaded by (heir fourth straight loss to Boston, look it out on Umpire Red Jones, who .thereupon look the White Sox out—period. Fourteen Chicagoans were banished Irom (he bench for their pointed comments on Jones' vision and Ju<!g- nient. The Yankees and SI. Louis Bruins were Idle. Hal Ncfthouser, the host lefly kuseball, got disrespectful tietit- Inciil, for five innings from Washington in a- night game, hut Newhouser had the last laugh as his Detroit Tigers made up a five-run deficit and then won, 10 to 5. Hank Gveenberg hit u bases-loaded triple and Birdie Tcbbetts Batted In lour Detroit runs with Iwo hits. It was Hal's 18th win against three losses. Pat Secrcy, the Cleveland o\it- lieUKr \\l\o is built like Babe Ruth nnd occasionally hits like him. Nashville Vols In Double Win Over Memphis ATLANTA, <3a., July 20. (UP) — Tlie Nashville Vols look both ends of a Southern As.soci«(ion doubleheader 1)111 from the Memphis Chicks In Memphis last night, winning the first. 4 to ), and the second, 6 to 3, Vol sluggers got lo six Memphis pitchers for an nGBregate 20 hits in the two C'Mitcsts. In Mobile, Atlnnln'5 first-place Crackers performed erratically, but turned hack the Bears, 7 to 3. Chnttanocga's L'ookouts took ft' 2 to I victory over the Travelers hi | Lltlle Hock, pushing across the winning tally in the sixth Inning, after the game had been tied al from the second on. In New Orleans, Hie I'l'llcnns downed the IJInnlnyhiun Unrolls, ! to 2. New Orleans scored llu'cu runs in the first Inning and nu- othcr in the seventh. ritrinliifjhnm countered both Its runs In the top half of the ninth. In Ihe only game .scheduled in the loop, Mobile plays hi New Orleans tonight. Tussle Champ Baseball Standing? SOUTHERN l.KACDK W. I.. Atlanta ............. G2 Chattanooga ........ 52 Memphis ............ 55 Nashville ...... .... 51 New Orleans ........ 49 Mobile .............. 45 Birmingham ........ 40 Little Tl"ck .......... 'JO NATIONAL LEAGUK W. //. St. ixmis ............ r>o 34 Brooklyn ............ 50 34 Chicago .............. 44 37 Boston .............. 42 43 Cincinnati .......... 39 4'2 Philadelphia ........ 84 44 New York .... ....... 36 47 Pittsburgh .......... 34 48 AMKKICAN l.KAtillK Boston New York Detroit Washington Cleveland St. Louis Chicago Philadelphia W. . 63 . 51 . -11 . 42 . 40 '. 33 . 25 Vet. MM .54:; .53 il .526 .5CO .474 .412 .375 ret. .595 .595 .543 .494 .481 .43C .434 .415 IVt. .721 .593 .566 .iVl'ti .471 .43ri .393 .301 SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1946 Blythevilie 'Y' Net Tournament Newcomer to Go " d ™ Registrations Get Under Way Wide Interest Is bclnsj shown In ings or the "Y" headquarters in the lllylhcvllle "Y" tennis lounni-l the City Hall during afternoon. And Arkansan Scorch fairways at Medinah nient which Is .scheduled for August 3 lo 7, J. lj. Thompson, chairmen of Ihe tournament coinmU- :e-e, said today. 1-nr (he convenience of those ivlio have not registered for the tournament, a rc(;lslralion form is being printed in Ihe Courier News today. The entry blank, pro|>cny signed, should be delivered to Hob Smith lit his office In the R<;il Top Gin, or will) Miss Alice Salt Walker Park during niorn- Harbara Clllllson and June Stlres were the first to sign up for the Senior (jV'ls doubles while Chiirlcs Crlguer In the Senior boys wns the hoy to enter. John illiilU'i- wns the Initial entry in Ihc men';; bracket. 'I lie number of Inquiries coining into the office regarding the tourney (jives promise of n wide interest i" the event, Thompson said. olcdo Ohio as the "greatest B< '" e 1>:lcc ' l ; '' cs l'knt: Mike Hughes, cur since Hobby Jones" .is vlcc l»'™<'ent; Dorothy Lolt. sec- second round of Ihe $10000 ''c""'}': Sammy Hughes, reporter; ENTRY HLANK HLYTIIKVJLLK "Y" TKNN1S TOURNAMENT I'leiise register me for lh e following events In the Ulythcvillc "Y" tennis tourney, August 3-7, l!M<». Mildred Burke, Champion Ija Wrestler of Ihc Wo: Id, will be thy highlight on Promoter Mike Me- roncy's weekly wrestling program Monday night when she meet: Juanita Caughman in lhe Legion Arena. lioy Welch and Tommy Ward will meet Gust Johnson and Hill Collins in a tag nialch also on the program. Jr. Ciiils doubles (13 years & under) St. Ciiils doubles CM ft over) Sr. Boys doubles (14-11) singles Men's doubles (18 & over) singles .Jr. Hoys doubles U3 & under) Name Phono Address Age. Cab Girls Win Four Softball Games in Row belted two home rims and battrrt in five tallies (is ihe Indians whipped Philadelphia C to 1. One homer came M'ith lhe bases loaded. Brooklyn pulled Into a tic wil'n St. Louis for the National League lead by trimming Cincinnati, 8 10 4, while the Cardinals ami Phils were rained out at St. Louis after three scoreless innings. A two-run The O. K. Cab girls softbull team defeated the FiUpatrlck Jewelry Slore girls 4 to 3 last night hi Walker Pnrk. Pankey allowed three hits for the Fitzpntrlck team while Mary Lou Whittle, O. K. Cab's pitcher, gave up four hits. Pankey scored first for the Jewelry Store team In the second Inning after she got on base with n single and scored as Jglchnrt don- homer by Dixie Walker nnc\ a lw<'- run triple by Pec-Wee Reese were the big blows. Walker scored three runs himself. Warren Spahn allowed the Chicago Cubs only six hil.s as he pitched the Boslon Braves to G to 1 victory. The cx-ai lef'-y . helped his own cause with n 5tii-, n ' n B run. glc that batted in a run. and scored This game marked the Cab girls a run himself. ' (fourth straight win against no loss. New York and Pittsburgh Idle. bled. Tho team's next score camn ir the third as Wanrccii Hawkins doubled and scored on Bemlona Hney's single. B. Whittle and Bolin scored in the thirrt Inning for the O. K. Cab team's first runs, and M. Bcvill scored In the fourth for the win- Blythevilie "Y" Softball League Team Standings Standings In the Hlythcvillc "V sponsored learns arc: City League softbiill Loy Elcli Chevrolet.. Phillips Motor Co. .. Owens Drug Store ,. Montgomery Ward .. Snllba Wholesale ... Hays Store Ark-Mo Power Corp. O. K. Cab W. .. 4 Pel. .«UU .'iiili ,500 .Mt) .501) .SOI) Hays Softball Boys Win 8-4 Over Ward's The Hays' .store boys defeated lhe Montgomery Ward Cracker- Jacks II to -1 hist, night on the Walker I'ark diamond. The Hays team collected eight hits off Wendell Eaton while in:; Cracker-Jacks got four hits off Welch. A. T. Hays led Hi,, hitting for tho Ituys team with l;vo singles in three times at b:it. The Cracker-Jacks had a had first liming with Hays Icatu getting five rims off two hits. The win tied Wards ami Hays Elurc in Ihc "Y" league standings. Each have won two and lost U Leo Stevens was umpire ind Harmon 'Taylor was base umpire. the $-15,000 in ( i. ai slake in the nc.xl week. Golf Notables Prepare For Chicago Contests CHICAGO, July 20. <UP1 — Byron Nelson, who won the Victory Open a year ago, set out today to duplicate that performance as the nation's outstanding colters teed off in the fourth renewal of tills 510,000 links event. Nelson, at tile peak of his brilliant game In the 19-15 victory, won Ihe tournament, by .seven strokes. Willie he rules among tho favorites this year, Ihc competition Is certain to be far suffer as the field possesses greater balance. A single IH-holc round is scheduled today, another Saturday and a double round for Ihc wind-up Sunday. The Victory is the first of Lw» major tournaments here. Tin; linksincn will stay over lo fire off M-iiics Hint will be All-American Open Memphis Girl Golfer Meets Champion Again COLORADO SPRINGS. Colo. July 20. (UP)—Italic Uidriksbn harias of Denver and Margaret Gunlhcr, Memphis, Tcnn.. cross clubs in the shadow of pike's J'fak today to battle for Ihc Broad moor Women's Invitational Golf championship. Mrs. Znhiirias, who swept easily through preliminary matches, was favored to retain Ihc Broadmo"!' Croun she \\oll last year. Playing (lawless !;olf all the way. "The Babe" downed Klinor Jones of Albuquerque, N. M., (J awl 5 in the scmi-finats yesterday. Miss Gunthcr. Tennessee slate champion, had an easy time wiili Mrs. PalU JJlantoti of Enid, Okla.. winning Ti and 'J. CHICAGO, July 20. (UP)—Professional stars today admiringly stamped young 1'rank Slranahan of Toledo, amuleu: lhe second round of lhe $10.000 Viclory Open Ciolf .tournament started at the Mcdlnah Country Club. There was ample reason for the pralso Hie pros heaped on the 24- year-old son of a millionaire spark >lug manufacturer, for lie fired a threc-nnricr-par (is in lhe opening ound here yesterday to u e with K. J. (Dutch) Harrison of Liitlc Hock, Ark., for the lead. A single brilliant round such the bi{; youngster shot, yesterday wouldn't be enough In itself to cause the professionals who make the tournament circuit lo wcrry. Coming, as it did howcvei, on top of 'the 14 under par. 274, with which he won the Kansas City Open Insl week, il hiul [he tongues of links' veterans wagging. Yesterday's Results SOUTIIKllN LKAUUK Nashville '1-ti, Memphis 1-3. Atlanta 7, Mobile :i. Chattanonga 2, Lltlle Rock !. New Orleans 4. Birmingham NATIONAL I.KACUli Brooklyn H, Cincinnati 4. HosUm (>. Chicago i. Philadelphia a l si. Louis, rn Only games. AS1KK10AN LKAUUK Boston !). Chicago 2. Cleveland C, Philadelphia 1. Dclp'it 10. Washington 5. Only games. Huffman 4-H Club Elects New Officers Tlie following new officers wsre elected Monday at a Huffman 4-H Club meeting to replace the officer:; who graduated this Spring: "Eu- Charles Moore, song captain, W. O. Ilazcllniker, assistant conn, ly agent, discussed stock judging. II. 13. Sheppard, Farm Labor Assistant, was present a( this meeting and discussed the recruiting of farm labor. Doyle Hatcher reported three in Ihe pig club, layti Gootilow reported one in the corn club, He 1 ,' y Sor rolls reported Iwo hi the clot"i- ing club. Nancy Kayo reported lour in Ihe poultry club, and Marie Moore reported ihrec iti the cook- cry club. Clinrli's Moore led the 'J4 members :md two visilor.s in singing. Eugene race presided. Ncals Seek biVorce JONESI5OHO. Ark., July 20. (UPl —The Itev. David Jasper Ncal. 75. and his 20-year-old bride today plumed divorce a,I ions ;tmi ;>il- mitU'tt Hint their seven-day June- Demnlx'r marriage last week was a failure. seed thai produces All types of fur hair. them. 111id wool Opals arc cetit water. from one lo H per Terry Abstract & Realty Co. Today's Games SOUTHERN LEAGUE Mobile at New Orleans, night. Only game. AMERICAN LEAGUE Chicago at New York. St. Louis at Boston. Detroit at Philadelphia. Cleveland at Washington. NATIONAL LEAGUE Bcston at St. Louis. Brooklyn a£ Pittsburgh. New York at Cincinnati. Philadelphia at Chicago (2). Don't Get Excited "JIMM1E" PARKS Quality Cleaners Prompt Pick-up and Delivery Service * Phone 3555 for Bolter C f can ing-Press ing 428 West Ash HOW'S YOUR RADIO We Give 1 to 2 Days Service on any Make. We'll Make lji H Work! Fred Callihan Phone 2642 We Call For and Deliver Authorized M*toroU r**U s*tet wd Service 106 South First, St. Over Summer's Hot Days! Bring that choosy, clioicy appetite of yours to (he place that pi - cp;uo.s foot! especially for these Iiot. humid suiniuee <Uys. Food yuu'H enjoy without the heal. For a cool men!, conic in today. Salad Sandwiches Steaks - Chops - Chicken "Where People Meet and Eat" The GOFF COFFEE SHOP DALE CAGLE, Mgr. Abstracts of Title 213 W. Walnut Lands — Loans Phone 2381 Enjoy Your Vacation At SKY-1.INE RANCH, overlooking .like Norfolk, , r i miles nordi of ,lcmnl;iiii Home. Ark. New clean •ottaKcs to rent—tlay or we^k. \Von- Icrful view elosc to lakn-.guuil isliing. See Mrs. Wendell Eaton Blj'lhcville Country Club Deer K''o\v larger aullcrs hi ycar.i of tmii'h sunshine. CHICK THEATRE 'When Happinen Costi So Little" Week Days! Starts at 7:3» p. m. Last Time Today DOUBLE FEATURE "CANYON CITY" l»on "Ked" Harry "The Missing Juror" Jim Jlrannon, Jatiis Curler Serial: "The Mastvr Key" (-hup. Also ('iirlooiKs SATURDAY OWL SHOW At 11:30 "Rough, Tough & Ready" ('hp.stcr Morris, Victor McLaglen Serial: "Captain America" Chap. 5 Also Cartoons Sunday and Monday "The Impatient Years" Charles Coburn, Jean Arthur News & Cartoons CHAMBLIN SALES CO. STUDEBAKER Sales — Service We Buy and Sell GOOD USED CARS Bill Chamblhi — Chanibliii Railroad & Ash Sts. 2195 FISHERMEN! We have just brought in Ten Thousand Minnows for Your Weekend Fishing Come in and Get Yours 2 1-2 c each The DIXIELAND BATTERY "Old Collins" 511 Chickasawba WRESTLING Blythevilie Legion Arena Monday, Ju!y 22, 8:15 p. m. Adults, 3fic, Tax Oc—Total -1Sc. Kcsen'crt Scats 12c, Tax 3c—Total, 15c. Children's Scuts 12c, T-J.K 3c, Total, lac. Reserved Seats on Sale at the Legion Arena Every Monday From 6 p. in. on Go? 6 days plowing in only 5 dayi~] 3 Monsters NEURITIS, ARTHRITIS, RHEUMATISM These three monsters have caused more pain and snf- during the past 50 years Mountain Valley lias fousht terlng than all other human ailments combined. And them day in and day out; and has to Us credit many notabie victories. Probably 6 lo 8 glasses of this natural alkaline water may be the greatest blessing you have ever known. Try It for 90 days. Phone for interesting literature. Call 31-3653. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main ud Division Blythevilie, Ark, SPECIAL MATCH Mildred Burke (Champion Woman Wrcsllcr of the Worlil) n. Juanita Caughman 1 Hour Time Limit Match, 2 oul of 3 Falls Tag Match ROY WELCH and TOMMY WARD GUST JOHNSON and BILL COLLINS FOR 122 E. Main PAUL BYRUM IMPLEMENT CO. Deep Freeze Units Attic Fans Electric Water Pumps Farm Wagons Farm Trailers Phone 404 FARM DITCHES DITCH BANK LEVELING PRIVATE ROADS Tho .si>ir-olt>imins 0 1> B N C K N T K It keeps I»J;K open ;il linlh emls. Gives each lug an entering etl^c to ssliirl the bile. So, Ihc whole hit; tiii,'s clown deeper, j^els more urip. Ask any neighbor now using Sure-Grips. He'll confirm what tests prove . . . Yon set tip to 21!'; more work with less fuel when you use Gooilycur Sure-Grip Tractor Tires. DELTA IMPLEMENTS, Inc. OR. ANY S.J.COHEN Contractor LVNCH BLOG.BLYTHEVIUEARK. Open 7; Starts 7:30 p.m. AIR CONDITIONED Last Time Today "ROARING RANGERS" Charles Slarrctt, Smiley HliineU Serial: "Jungle Haiders"; Shorts SATURDAY MIDNKiUT SHOW" Starts 11:00 p.m. "LIVE WIRES" Leo Corcey, The Dowcry Boys Also Shorts Sunday »nrl Monday Cimtimimis Show Sunday "BACK TO BATAAN" John Wayne,- Aiifhuny Quinn Fanimount News Also Shorts New Theater Manila's Finest Shows EVERY NIGHT Matinee Saturday & Sunday Box Opens Week Bays 7:00 p.m. Sat.-Sun. 1 p.m. Cont. Showing "Comfortably Cool" Saturday "Sunvalley Cyclone" wild Hill Klliott as Kcd Ryder SERIAL AND COMEDY Admission H c and 30c SATURDAY OWL S11OW 'A LETTER for EVIE" with Marsha Hunl :ind .Inlm Carrol PLUS COMEDY Admission He and 30c Sunday and Monday "One More Tomorrow" willi Ann Kheriilan, Dennis Morgan NEWS AND COMEDY RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark: Box office opens at 7:00; Motor* •Urts at 7:15. Last Time Today "Under Arizona Skies" with .lohmiic Mack Brown anil lOlli Chapter of "Haunted Har- lior' 1 ; Cartoon / V SATURDAY OWI. SHOW "Falcon Out West" with Tom Con».i>- * Barbara Hale COMEDY Sunday and Monday Tuesday ' "Great Man's Lady" with Barbara Stanwyck, .loci Mc- Crca & Brian Dnnlevy HKO NEWC LOUIS-CONN FIGHT Every Minute of (he Fight in Film

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