The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 22, 1946 · Page 8
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 22, 1946
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PAGE SEC BIATHEVILLE (AKK.y COURIER NEWS MONDAY, JIJ],Y 22, 19'IC Valuable Player Awards Cinched Ted Williams and Stan Musial Seem Certain Winners. WTW YORK, July 22. (UP) — Baseball's most valuable jilnycr awards won't be handed out mull afUr the World • Series, but Ted I Williams of the Red Sox nnd Stan ! Husial of the Cardinals were doing | all they could today to innkc the Anal announcement n mere formal: itT. 1 A lot could happen but probably won't to alter their positions U>e stretch wtfcks of the pennant campaigns, but their work to clatn stamps them as heavy favorites to gain the award. Yesterday was a typical day for both as they led their learns to double triumphs. Tlimnpln' Theodore, getting seven Successive hils in Boston's 5 to 0 and 7 to 4 victories over the Browns, boosted his batting average 12 points to .3(i5. taking over the American Leagiw lead again. Slamiuin' Stan made live hits in eight tunes up to pace 111? Cardinals to 2 to 1 and 8 to 5 victories over the Braves nl St.,Louis. In Boston's opening victory, Williams hit two singles and a double 1 , going out only in his first time u;>, to give Dave Ferris key hitting support in achieving his fifth shutout and his 15th win against four losses. He really opened up in Hie second game, hitting a homer triple, double and single. He now is major league leader in homers with 27, runs batted in with 90, and runs scored with 94. He leads the American in hits with 118. DiMaggio also hit a Huston homer and Walt Judnich delivered one for St. Louis. Musial's first game home run with a man ou base gave Howie Pellet the two runs he needed for a four hit victory, his llth of the year. The slender young swnlliT from. Donova, Pa., \vlio \vou the player award with the 1943 Cards, raised his average six points to .309, second in the National. He now leads the majors in hits with 130. and the National in doubles with 27, triples with 1C, and runs score with 71. ted In with 67. Another Cnnlinal lefty, Harry Brcchcen, won the sec-1 ond game, scattering 10 hits while! Musial with three led n 13-hlt Red Bird attack on six Boston flingers. Knr Dusak hit a tiiree-ruh Cardinal homer. Cards-Hodgers Status Unchanged . Brooklyn stayed exactly even with the Cards in the first, place deadlock by topping the Pirates, 3 to 0 and 6 to 5 at Pittsburgh. Vic lx>m- bardi became the first Dodger pitcher to win 10 games pitching his flrst big league shutout, and holding the Bucs to three hits. The third place Cubs dropped five games behind by splitting with the Phils at Chicago. Hank Borowy going the distance for the ECCOIH time in 15 starts, pitched a 3 to ( eight-hit shutout, but Hie [Mills woi the second game, 4 to 2 behind Kci Kaflensberger's cool pitching. Hoo kie Del Emus hit a two run home to give him the victory after delivering four singles in the first came Rookie Ewell Blackwell pitchet his third shutout, beating the Gi ants 5 to 0 at Cincinnati ou flv singles. The Giants then 'ended - seven game losing streak, Oinn .Johnny Gee pitching a 2 to 1 gam - lor his flrst victory after a lat start chic to arm trouble. •The Yankees lost ground in thei virtually hopeless task of chasm the Red Sox and now trail by 11 games after dividing with Chicago. Cardinals Forge Ahead 'Y' Calendar Lists Variety Of Activities The Y Calendar lor ihls week Includes Ijc'BlnnlnK of Ihc boys' )int! poiii! loiirnninciit; mcLHliiBS if various Y i;rou])s, Including the lewly organized Knay KniHsmcn <lub; and «lrls boys' mid men's ollljuil i>amcs. Tills morning, Y Day Cam]) \\'KS ii'UI al Waikcr Park and Ihls a f- cinoon. 2 o'clock, boys practiced ! ;o(ll)jill. Ton^lil, 7 o'clock, Junior .I'iidcr.s will mccl al tlic Y cfenlcr, utii ihe K.K.K. lo meet there at 8:10 [>in. Al Walker Park, 8 [>.:n., ;\ere will lie a soltball game bc- Iwcen Ihe KlrlV Icnms. Hart's Ua- k<-ry :md J. C. Penney Co. Tomorrow morning from 10 to 12 o'clock, swiimnlni! classes will be htld at Municipal Pool and tomorrow afU'rnoon, 2 p.m., Ihc Seoul KofUjall tcatns o( Troops 30 and Troop si will play nl Wnlker Park Adull .swimming classes arc lo l)o held tomorrow niylit, 7 o'clock, at Municipal Pool. From 1 to I) o'clock, III-Y members play In Ihe Y yame rooms. Wednesday morning. rcgislratioii Baseball Standing? SOU1IIKKN LtAtiUK Atlanta Memphis Chattanooga . .. Nashville New Orleans . .. Mobile Birmingham . Little Hock NATIONAL St. Louis Dro'oklyn will begin fur the boys' tournament to hu held ping polls; Saturday. Cincinnati Boston New York 1'lilladclphla 35 47 Pittsburgh 34 51 AMERICAN LEAUUK W. ... 03 .... 50 .... 52 .... 01 .... 81 .... 46 41 37 LEAGUE W. I,. ....53 34 .... 63 34 ....47 38 ....41 43 42 4(i ....37 49 .... 35 L. I'd. 38 47 45 46 50 52 58 61 Woman's Champ To Wrestle In Preliminaries wo- .024 .54-1 .53h 5l)b Mildred iJurkc, champion 4i;a mlm wrestler of the world, will ' 4H |hold the spotlight on Promoter ' I Mike Moioncy's weekly mat card tonight at the Legion Arena when she takes on Juaiilta Caughman. Another feature on the program Boston . .. New York . Detroit . .. Washington . Cleveland . Si. Unils . Chicago Philadelphia W. 65 53 49 44 41 38 34 26 Pet. .00!> .OU'J .553 .438 .477 .430 .427 .400 Pet. .722 .5915 .571) .512 .400 .432 .31)1 Cardinal trainer "Dor" Weaver, dons an Improvised Indian garb, for his victory dance in the Cardinal dressing room at St. Louis, Mo,, in celebration of the Redblrils flight, into first place In the Nation;;! Lcugiic race. Left to right: Mike Gonailc K . coach, Manager Eddie Dyer,-In background, and Doc WcWavcr. (NBA Tclcphoto.) Lowly Travelers Go o Long Way To Set Some League Records ATLANTA, G.I., July 2>. Although the ISMti baseball can't end loo quickly for a (Ul'l — season lot, of ..,.,, , i Little Hock fans, their Travelers He is third in runs hat- : wcrc insc nbed for all lime 0:1 Scu- They lopped Ihc While Sox, 3 lo 2 lor their sixth straight victory as Floyd Sevens pitched seven hit ball and won his game with a two run homer. Then the roof fell in and the While Sox pul on an clghl-nm second inning rally to win Ihc nightcap, 9 lo 3, ending a six game losing slreak. [ Stan Spence led the Senalors 2 to 1 and 7 to 5 victories over the Indians at Washington. :: The Athletics, beaten 10 straight times by Delroil, put over Ihrcn runs in the ninth to win, •! to 3 after Hank: Orecnberg's two run homer had given the Tigers the lead in their half. Alton Benlon wild-pitched home one of the runs, then Russ Derry drove in the clincher with a scratch single. The Tigers retaliated with an H to 7 second game victory, gelling off lo a fast start in the first ninning Jim Outlaw's three-run double. liicrn Association records today lor participating in the fourth longest game in league history, for pulling a triple play and for leammMeLew Flicks own league record of col- 'cting nine consecutive hits in one aine. For 13 Innings, the Pebbles vnl- uilly baltled Sunday against Ihc Memphis chicks but finally went own by an 8 lo U count. It was a icarl-brcaker to lose for Sitl Peteron, who cumc on in Hie cf^'iiUi vith Ihe score lied and pitched a complete scoreless game, nnd then seme, before the Chicks pushed access a brace of tallies in the 19th Incidentally, another league record was set when the Traveled lejt 26 base runners stranded. Tlie two teams banked out a total ol -17 hits In the gruelling cn- durcncc lest, that lusted four hours and four minutes. The Little FlocK triple play came In Ihe sixth and blotted out a Chick rally. . Outfielder Flick lined out In hi ICth appearance al the plate but collected three straight hits in the second game for a total of 12 In 13 times at bal. It was the Southern's lirst rc- ,orclc ( i 19-Inniiig gume. Elwoad Knicrim, a former and fifth Memphis pitcher to sc> action Sunday, received credit lor Ihe victory although he worked but three innings. Undismayed, Ihi in the same Inning. In Nashville, the host Vols slid lo a muddy lei to 5 victory ovrr the ChallanuiHa Lookouts, brcakinn the season record lor most runs in one Inning with 11 in a (,-oocy eighth. -Four Chnttnnoogit pitchers including K-servc inflclcler Aitnand Gillali saw service l<l the big Inning which was climaxed by Porky Pawelek's second homer . of the game, with two on. The sccjiut game was postponed because ot the soggy field. The teams ate lined up tiic same way in single gumen tcnight. Camp for High Hchool studciiUs uill lie 'held at Walker Park. At 2 p.m., the Y Cardinals go to Yarbro. Hwimming classes are held at Municipal Pool from 10 to 12 o'clock Thursday morning and al •i p.m. the Scout sollball game be- Iwfeu Troop 37 and Troop :i8 will be at Waikcr park. Adult swimming instructions are given at 1 p.m. j nay Camp for the first, second and third graders will be ricld Friday morning, 9 to 11:30 a.m., and at '2 p.m., boy.s practice soil- ball al Waikcr Park. Girls softbr.ll games of O. K. Cab vs. J. C. Penney, will lie held al 8 p.m. £atunlay morning, 10 o'clock, the boys ping pong tournament begins at the Y center. Game rooms are open cacli day from !l a.m. to 5 p.m. Swimming instructions arc in cooperation with American Red Cross and lilythe- vllle Athletic Association. Hegtslralion has already begun for Ihe Y leiinis tournament. Aug. 3-7. Today's Games SOUTIIlCliN' I.tiAGUI-: Memphis at Little Hock. Chattanooga at Nashville. MufcUe at New Orleans. Atlanta at Birmingham. NATIONAL l.KAGUE No game's scheduled. AMKHIOAN I.KAGUU No games scheduled. Yesterday's Results SOUTIIUKN I.UAGUE Memphis 8-1, I.itlle Rock G-(i i First game 13 innings.) New Orleans 5-11. Mobile 1-3. Birmingham 3-4, Atlanta 1-S. Nashville Iti, Chaltnnooga 5 CSec- oiui game. rain). NATIONAL LEAGUE St. Lsllis 2-B. Boston 1-1. Brooklyn 3-(i, Pittsburgh 0-5. Chicago 3-2. Philadelphia 6-4. Cincinnati 5-1, New York U-a. AMKKICAN I.HAGUE Boston 5-7. SI. Louis 0-4. New York 3-3. Chicago 2-D. Philadelphia 4-7. Detroit 3-11. Washington 2, Cleveland 1. Promised Land Wins 8-2 Over Yarbro Yanks The Promised Land Independent I)E.<<l-nll team ilcfiilcd the Yarbro Vr.nks yesterday af'.^rr.oo'i un the victor's diamond by an I) to J score. Joe Young, Promised Land rishl- hander, was backed hy fast and accurate Held play by his teammates as he gave up eight .'cat- tercd safeties and iJerlormed nicely in the pinches. Marlin Oriffen, Yank starter, was tabued with the loss. He save up nine lills and all of the ci^ht scores before being relieved by J. I,. Johnson in tile sixth. Johnson was touched for three hits. Promised Land's hitthii; attack was led by Johnny Duclos. Ha'-llcy Hays and Young, who each got two saletics for five times at but. Bunch and Hall led Yarbro sluggers with two for 'four each. Drug Store Cowboys To Play Osceo/o Team Manager Tvlayfield "Sonny" Lloyd will take his Owen?; Drug Store Cowlioys' softball team to Osceola tonight for a game with the Osccola Independents. Ted Fisher will pitch and stab- ler will catch for the Cowboys. Not man "Monk" Mo.sley has been Required to play second base for the Cowboys. will be a tag match featuring sinking Roy Welch and Tommy W:ird opposite Gusl Johnson and Bill Collins. The champion woman wiroller lias never lost a bout and can do EO body bridges In succession, according to Robert nipleys Believe It or Not article. Miss Caughman Is a newcomer but is reported to be plenty tough. Oklahoma Roy has wrestled here many limes before and J: an old time favorite of local fans Ward made his initial appearance here Monday night when he displayed some fancy kangaroo kicks. Collins never' has wrestled here, before. Johnson, the Swede, has. I Bishop and Hubbard to Battle For Country Club Golf Title Roland Bishop literally putted ils way into the finals for the clurj championship yesterday -when he scored a sizzling 34 on the bacx nine to eliminate long-hitting James Guard 3 and 1. Using only 10 put.s on the back nine Bishop gave a fine exhibition, from all distances, liishop shot a 74 while Guard was taking a 17. In the other semi-final match George Hubbard, Jr.. defeated James Terry three and two. Hubbard gained a four hole margin on the out nine, a lead thai Terry Games could not overcome. llubbard and liishop will tec o" nine o'clock next Sunday morning in th c gruelling 36-holc play for the crown, The Rev. Harvey KIdd will meet U. S, Branson in the finals of Championship consolation flight. Save Money Today, Any Day STOP -AND SWAP KLBKRT HUFFMAN'S Navy Orders Cruiser To Mediterranean Area WASHINGTON. July 22. (UI>>The Navy giiid today that. i.l\c 10,000-ton light cruiser Huntington had been ordered from Philadelphia to Ti-ic.ste. The cruiser was scheduled lo leave soon Cor the Mediterranean area-. The Navy said that the HunllnK- tou's arrival will bring to four the number of U. S. warships stationed in the Mediterranean. The cruiser Fargo and the Destroyers E. G. Small ami Power are the others. The Navy said the Huntincton had been given preliminary orders three months tu:o lor a routine tun to the Mediterranean. Four 'Y' Softball Scheduled For Tomorrow The J. C. Penney Company girls Softball team will play the Hart's Bakery girls team and the Montgomery Ward Cracker-Jacks will play the Phillips Motor Phillies boys in Walker Park tonight. | fioth the Penney girls and the Bakery girls have lost, two games and won none. Aired will pitch and Wilson will catch for the Penney girls while Dorothy Conlc-y will pitch and Reynolds will catch for the Bakery team. Marion Gay will be on the mound and Jce McClure behind the plate for the Phillies and Wendell Eaton will pitch and Burl Wilson will catch lor the Cracker-Jacks. The ['billies have won two games and last one while the Cracker- Jacks have won two and lost two. 401 K. Main . Phone 8!>9 You Must He Happy or No Deal Enjoy Your Vacation KeaU Courier Hews Want Ads. At SKY-LINE RANCH, overlooking Lake Norfolk, 5 mites north of Mountain Home, Ark. New clean cottages to rent—day or week. \Vou- clerful view close to lakr;-."ooil fishing. See Mrs. Wendell Eaton BIydicville Country Club FIRST-AID FOR SCALP-SCRATCHERS H dry Hcnlp itches rub on a few drops of Morolino Hair Tonic. Helps remove IOOBO, unsiKMly dan<lrufTflnko3. MOROLINE HAIR TONIC Jim Henry Lutes Plays With Union City Club Jim Henry Lutes, local athlete, is playing shop!stop for Uic Union City club in the Kitty I-ciigiic,'. Lutes lias ]:liiycrt for the Fulton Ky.. Icinn in the Kitty LCa this season nnci also for the Bly- theviHe IiKlciicmtetUs ivhtTc phiycd third Dies in Burning Auto COLUMBIA. Tenn-. July 22. (Ul'l —Janic.s, 22, a veteran, \vas burned to death when the car in which lit; was riding caught a five * liist night. Two of the five other passengers receivett burns. Cause of t he fire has not, beei\ dcter- Lnincd. A NATURAL AM, FOR RhCUmatlSMI Kidney, Bladder 1. SLimuliitc Kidney function. 2. Soothe bladder irritation. 3. NeutrnHxe uric-acidity. 4. Discharge systemic v.'asles. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main and Division BlytheviHe, Ark. CHICK THEATRE "When Happiness Costs So Little" Week lUys: Starts al 7:30 p. m. Last Time Today "The Impatient- Years" Churles folium, Jean Arthur News & Cartoons Tuesday "Dancing in Manhattan" with Fred iinidy and Anne Savage Alsn Short ' : V Travelers came back lo win a 5- inning The nightcap G to 1. league - leading Atlanta Hustlers Will Meet Paragould Softball Team The Loy Eich Chevrolet Hustlers softbnll team will go to Paragould tonight for a rclurn gaivc With Ihc Southern Autto Store team of that city. In the first meeting or these two teams Manager Joe Wliitley's Crackers, muffled by John Mckeli's seven-hit, hurling «s they lost Ihc opener 3 lo 1, bounced back lo trim ihe Birmingham Uarons 8 to 4 in the second game or a twin bill at. Birmingham. Lefty Forrest Tlioinp- '•on got credit for the Allanln victory although lifted for a pinch- iiiltcr in the sixth, when the Crackers .'.cored tour runs for their margin. Dcwcy Adkins finished. Char- Icy Mistos. newcomer to the Atlanta staff, was tagged for Ihe deleat in the opener after the Uarons gt-t to Earl McGowan for one run ;u the sixth. The Crackers tied the score in (he eighth but Birmingham rushed a couple of runs across against IMislos in the same I'rnmc. The New Orleans Pelicans diminished the Mobile Bears' threat to their filth-place rating by cooling off tlic Hears in a couple. 5 to I [and 11 to 6. Jim Shea pitched ght-hit ball in the opener and etc Hadcr, \vho relieved George irbeville in the lirsl inning ol lh« cond game, coasted lo victory af- thc Pelicans scored nine limes You- Life Insurance is one of ynur imisl important assets. H is a bulwark against ad- vcrsily. YOU'LL Hi; GLAI) YOU CALLED Hustlers dcfealcd Ihcni In Waikcr Park behind I pllching of Envin Jones. Jones pitched a no-hit game ana struck out 17 21 bailers lo face him. to 0 fine no-run of the RUSH KIDNEY URINE ' Bocfit wooJcrhUjr from iamou» j fccUiT* feCTTery fiat relieve* j WhA>, ru-down fedinf du ' to czctn acidity ia the VUM ir> ffndlnr •m BTinplotill of bladclrr MM from p«faf fcrtaktfen c«u»*4 hr-cx»ai acldtlv {n th DR. KILMSK'3 SWAMP RCKT , MM fail <•> »k» kUeer* to «»« <Sistomt. '•7 BTMMtinf lk« fl«w af urine. This nur W*«l mjitl« U r»ptcl»llr •W. fck44<r Irritation du« , «llHl| fa T»»n»»IM« far - wtleom fc«J «-r r,, i ^ >K M^W TODAY GUIDES MILLIONS Tlic> nrmio "St. JoJvph* 1 nui'lesiuiilinns lons[>irm <]unliiy,5jjri«< I. economy. 12 tabli'ls costso»ty 10e. StJoseph ASPIRIN HOW'S YOUR RADIO We Give 1 to 2^ Days Service on any Make. We'll Make It Work! Fred Callihan Phone 2642 We Call For and Deliver Authorized Motorola Ra*l» Saks and Sen-tee 106 South Firsf; St. We're making progress \\ on rural telephones ... Jack W. Powell Insurance Counsellor Mississippi County Kcnrcseivliilivc Don't Get Excited Over Summer's Hot Days! Bring Ihat choosy, choicy appetilc of yours to tlie place thai prepares food especially for Ihcsc hot, humid summer days. Food you'll enjoy without the heal. For a cool meal, come in today. Salad \ \ / / // Sandwiches Steaks - Chops - Chicken "Where People Meet and Eat" The GOFF COFFEE SHOP DALE CAGLE, Mgr. Open 7; Starts 7:30 p.m. AIR CONDITIONED last Time Today BACK TO BATAAN"i\ John Wayne, Anthony Quinn Tarn mount News Also Shorts Tuesday PAL NITE ''Pan-Americana" Philin Tcrrv. Anilrcv Lon Scriul: "Hop Harrigim" Also Sliorls New Theater Manila's Finest shows EVERY'NIGHT Matinee Saturday & Sunday Hox Opens Week Days 7:00 p.m. Sat.-Sun. 1 p.m. Cont. Showing "Comfortably Cool" Last Time Today "One More Tomorrow" wilh Ann SUerithm, Dennis Morgan NEWS AND COMEDY .- CAM p *» Y Office 21 Lynch Bldg. Phone 3702 Residence Phone 3804 Posiofficc Box b04 NATIONAL LIFE was one of the first life insurance companies to permit loans of full cash value on policies. If you live on <i farm and don't have telephone service now, you can be sure the telephone company is using every means to speed the day when you c,-i;i have it. Extension nnd improvement of rural service was inlcmiplcd by the war, but plans lo resume il went right ahead. Surveys were made, maps drawn, thousands of farmers asked what kind of rural service they liked best. The result is a 14-millton-' dollar postwar program for improving and extending service lo rural areas in the Southwest. Now the building job is under way np,nin. Our goal by Ihe end of the year is to have -10,000 new rural telephones in service. Within the next five years we expect to add 165,000. There is still much to be done, and it will be some time before everyone has service who wants it. But we are well on our way. SOUTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY WRESTLING Blytheville Legion Arena Monday, July 22, 8:15 p, m. Adults. 3Cc, Tax 8c—Total 43c. Reserved Seals 12c, Tu\ 3c—Tolal, 15c. Children's Seals l'2c, Tax 3c, Tolal, 15c. Reserved Seats on Sale at the Legion Arena Every Monday From G p. m. on "ONE EXCITING WEEK" wilh Ann Sheridan, Dennis Tvlorcun 1'MJS SKKIA1. and COMKUY Admission lOc :unl Me SPECIAL MATCH Mildred Burke (Champion Woman Wrcbllcr of Hie World) Juaniia Caughmon I Hour Time Limit Match, 2 ouf of 3 Falls Tag Match ROY WELCH and TOMMY WARD GUST JOHNSON and BILL COLLINS Wednesday & Thursday "THE RENEGADES" (III C'nlor) wilh tvcljn Kcycs and Willanl Tarkt-r RITZ THEATRE ( > Manila, Ark: Box oflice opens at 7:00; Flctoi* Marts at 7:15. Monday Tuesday "Great Man's Lady" wilh Barbara Stanwyck, .loel McCrea A Brian Donlcvy RKO NF.WC LOUIS-CONN FIGHT Every Minule of the Fight in Film

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