The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 24, 1946 · Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 24, 194C .BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Detroit Tigers Set Fast Pace Champions of 1945, However, Have Slim Chance to Win in '46 NEW YORK, July 24. CUP) — Those forgotten world champions of 1945. the Detroit Tigers, who are traveling! at u faster pace than the one which brought them the Blytheville High Coach to Play In Collegiate All-Star Game "Big Bill" Godwin, University of I Georgia star center who has taken over the job of coaching in his home town, will play In the Collegiate All-Stars and Los Angele:> Rams football game Aug. 23 in Chicago. The Blytheville High School ath- lelic mentor will leave Aug. 3 for Chicago lo begin practice for tiie 13th. game of the series at Soldiers Field. Chicago newspapers are publlsh- a year ago, were perfect (In8 B | ow i ug accounts of the talent ixamplcs today of the vast change u ssem bled for the benefit game, wr.h brought to the n< idefd co i ov t 0 include ' that peace has major league scene. At this time last season, the Tigers were in first place with a three game lead over the second place Senators, yet. Ihey had won only 41 games anel lost H(5 for a .566 percentage. Today they are in third |:tace, 1:1 ijame.s' behind the loading Boston Red Sox. ahhough they • huvc won OC games and dropped 131 lor n .575 percentage. The '] igei.s went on to W'in last year's flag witli a final percentage of .575 on 88 victories and (JD defeats and at their present clip they '/ should e([Ual that figure this .year, yet their chances of catching the lied S« seem about as remote ; as bringing down a B-29 with a '• he-ail bag. '. There might even yet be some • hope of catching the lied Sox with ; I heir great array or stars who came j I'ljiu-k irom military service, ii there •• were more perfoimer.s on the Ti', Her rosier like Hal Newhouser. ; The lanky lefty who pitched De> troit to 54 victories in the past ; two seasons, seems bent this year by to lV5-piece perform- all-college unces jiind. In u column devoted to Godwin, a sports writer declared the Blytheville man "starred on the 1942 Geor- Icam which perhaps was the strongest in the school's history ' The former Naval officer, who returned home from service last Spring to fulfill a longtime ambition to coach at his high school alma maler, played on Ihe Foil Pierce, Flu., Amphibious eleven in 1944-4-3 for his last football playing. But he's been getting ill shape all Summer, while operating the Municipal Swimming Pool, and believes nhnost three weeks of training mid practice will put him in top fonn for the game. The Collegiate All-Stars will have these player.s: Backs—Bill Daley. Minnesota; Klroy Hirseh. Wisconsin; Jack Breslin, Michigan Stale; Allen DekdelM-nn, Cornell; Bill Hillenbrand, Indiana; Blake Walker, Yale; Pat Harder, Wisconsin; George Ceithami, Michigan; Bell Garnaas, Minnesota; Jim Reynold anel Cecil ..on lopping Ihe performances which hiankins, Oklahoma A. and M. •' made him Ihe American League's Ends—John Youakcr. Noire Dame; most valuable player in both of Max Morris, Northwestern; Paul .those campaigns. l Walker, Yale; Niek Susseff, Wash* i inglon State; Ralph Heywood, Sou• Yesterday he gained his 10th vie. • lhenl CilU f onli ,,. defeats by de- Ilill Godwin Southern and Alex *lory against three jfealing Ihe Washington Senators fat Detroit on five hits, (i lo 1. That, •'put him foui victories ahead of his •pitching lime table for both !<J44 jnhel 1945 when in each year he had •'a 15 and [i record at this time. : NewhoViscr, who hasn't been beat:'en since he went in for one inning relic i nppenrnnce on June 25 gainst the Yankees, chalked up' Yiis seventh straight win; striking *ont nine butlers in the process. ^The only Washington run was un- 2 earned, coming in the eighth on .(an error, a wild pitch and a dou- 'jilile by Buddy Lewis. Third Base- liian George Kell made three hits to pace the 11-hit Detroit attack on IDuiil i Dutch) Leonard. •.. The Rrd Sox. who dropped seven ); out of nine games at the start oi their last western road trip off to a bad debut again time at Chicago, dropping a 1 to 1 decision to Johnny Rigney of tlu White Sox who held them to five nits, blanking league leading hitter Ted Williams. The victors madi five runs in the first inning, teeini, off on Bill czuin Zumi Zubcr. win had won three straight for Bostoi since being waived away by Ihi Yankees. Tliurinan Tucker homer in the big. inning. . The Yankees missed a chance to Tackles—Martin Ruby, Texas A ml M.; Ernie Blandin, Tnlane; Mitchell Olenski. Alabama; C. B. Stanley. Tulsu; Paul Mitchell, Min- ncsota. Guards—Norm Verry, California; Nick Burke Kapler, Northwestern; Harold .luiu;- nlcliel, Texas; Jake Colhouer, Ok- ahoma A. and M. Centers—Mcrv Pregnlinan. Michl;an; Herb Caleman, Notre Dame; Bill Hiirrls, Auburn; Bill Godwin, Georgia. Godwin, who turned down several oifcrs to play professional football. has an enviable record «s a player After starring for the Chicks lit high school here, he entered University of Georgia in 1940. His football career there was ended Jan. 1, J943, when he starred In the Rose Bowl game at Pasadena, Calif., prior to his graduation. There Is a possibility that God^ win's playing may be witnessed by several Blythevilie fans who me discussing a trip lo Chicago for the game. Hustlers Trounce Phillies 15 to 6 Hays Store Softball Team in 6 to 4 Win Over Reddy Kilowatts. The Hays' store buys edged out the Ark-Mo Power Kcddy Kilowatts (i lo 4 last niyht in Walker Pfti'k and the I.cy tle.li Chevrolet Hustlers continued to run wild In the league as they trounced the I'hll- lips Phillies 15 to U. Welch lu>l<l the Ark-Mo batters to six hits while his opponeiu pitcher. Whittle, allowed only foil, scattered hits and never more thai. one In nn liiningj. Hale led the hitting for Ihe Kilo, watt.s with two .singles In three times at bat. H, Hnys led Hays' Store baiters with two lilts in four tries. ' Whittle hit n home run In the first inning with one runner "n base. Bear pitched a seven hit game for the Hustlers while Marion Cla., of the Phillies was nicked 1 eleven. Johnson led (he hitting attack for (lie Ilnstler.s. He got three hits In three times at but. Billy Drown carried the big bat for the Phillies with two hits in three limes up. li<>\ Seme (Vlrst Cianir) Ark-Mo Power Ali U 11 E. Ford, ef .1 o 0 P. I'crry. ab-ib :i i l 'r. Hale, s.s 'i t) y Whittle, p :i l l J. B. Henry. If ;i. rj 0 3url Wilson, c •/. i u fl. Burns, :tb ;i l 1 B. Mchurg. lb-3l) :i 0 l> J. B. SI n bus, rf PAGE F1VJJ National League Managers Use Rainy Day for Worrying 11V OSfAll I'KALKY I'nltrd 1',,'ss Sports Writer NEW YORK, July .24. (Ul'i—A dreary rain und iiionrnful, low: clouds provided funeral gloom und inndi 1 It a perfect d«y for worrying—whloh Is exactly what i he | luve lop inannuers tn the National l.i'inuie were doing. Eeldie Dyer of the St. Louis Cardinals was IrettinK over the | slxlh-])laee New Yolk Giants In- \ stead in til,. Brooklyn Dodgers, with whom his team Is tied for Hie lead. Hrraklyn's 1 eo nurochei', to make it I'cn.slsienl. \vas worrying about the ChlcMi'o cubs Instead of the Cardinals All. five Yesterday's Results KOUTIIKKN I.F.AtUlt! Memplils :t Little Rock 1. Nashville 4, CluiUunoonu 4. Birmingham 7, Atlanta 3. New Orleans 4. Mobile 2. NATIONAL l.KACUIt: Chicago nt Brooklyn, rain, at. Ixiuls ill Now York, rain. Cincinnati ut Boston, ruin. 1'ltl.sburgh .nt I'hllndclphla, rain AMKK1CAN t.KACIlK. Delroll 0. Washington 1. St. t/ouls a. New York a. Chk'iiKU '7, Boston I. .Cleveland D, Philadelphia 0. Iropiiing an 8 to 2 decision at St. :.ouis. remaining 11 ji games back. Miuius Russo, making his -second start -after being plagued by arm trouble- was no puzzle to the Bro.wnie-s..However, four errors, two by Rookie First -Baseman Steve Souchc-ck, helped bring about his downfall. The Browns made 14 hits. Chuck Stevens, chet Laabs, and Mark Christman getting three each. Allie Reynolds turned in his top j job of the season for the Indians, Owens Softball Team Defeats Wilson 6 to 3 tics. 2 to 0 on three hits at Cleveland. A."double by Hank Edwards and n single by Hems Becker gave him all the help he needed in the first inning. All of the National League games were rained out. Milkweed, once considered a pest, served in the war. Its floss was used in mattresses, avi.ilion suits, and soundproof linings. LET US EQUIP YOUR CAR AMERICA'S FINEST AUTO RADIO We have a complete line of MOTOROLA Aulo Radios in stock for Immediate Delivery. Get Yours Now! Fred Callihan Radio Service I'lionc 2GI2 lOfi South First Street F.lyMieviHe's Most Complete Ilailio Store The Owens' Drug Store Softball | team won a 10-inning game. 6 to 3. last night from Wilson on the ih,> Tnriiiiv: pWils °n diamond. It was Ji hard-, blanking the Philadelphia. AuW j %*** '^Jr^isheftor c < Blytheville. and Wayne for Wilson. The Owens' player.s got off to a poor start when their third base_ man fumbled u liner to allow t'lc first Wilson batter to reach first. A hit, and a walk filled the bases for Wilson and another hit al- owed Wilson to score two runs. Hie next two Wilson 'batters pop- cd out. niid that concluded the coring for Ihe first inning. Wilson ran across one other tally i the second inning which end- d the scoring for Wilson. No one Ise managed to cross home plate mtil the top hnlf of the sixth in- I ing when hits by Tom Little and ] Fisher, ji walk issued to Armstrong incl a hit by Lloyd produced tlirec •mis for Owens' to tic the score. In the tenth inning with the bas_ 's loaded. Sonny Lloyd. Manager )f the Owens team, drove a long riple over the centerficlder's head t 4 Mf £ to score two runs and on the next. Mf^mfVbf^ffW |llay Lloy<1 came in on a wild pitch ^v^^v^v &C^» which made the score G-3 in Owens' ^^•^^ r nvor. The game was over when in he last half of the tenth Fisher )ore elown and took the last three nen in order. Stabler for Owens' and Campbell for Wilson worked a perfect game in the back-stop position. Wilson is scheduled to meet Owens' in n return game al Walker Park, Blytheville. next week. Totals Hays' store B. Baker. :ib Stewart. 2b A. T. Hays. Ib H. Hays, c John Duelos. If B. Mullen, ef .lack Duelos. s s Leon Duelos. IT Welch, p Totals Kctrc. l>y Innings: Ark-Mo Power Hays' store Ku\ Srore (Second Loy Eich Chevrolet P. Burnham, 3b l B. Detong. ss C. Cnldwell. rf IX Caldwell, a l) O. Bim'eh. 21) A . c. Bunch, cf J. L. Johnson. If S. Hood. If Hopne. c 1 J . 13. Poster, c B. Lancashire, Ib Bear, p 2 0 20 4 AB R 1 'i li 4 200 000 2 211 02(1 Came) A'H R H 4 1 4 2 I Charley Cirimni of the Cubs, sanies b:u-k of the two lead- i ers ua-. suspicious of Greeks bear- hi|! Klfls. it bothered the erstwhile Jolly Cluilly that IJuroeher should pli'k In-, chih us the 'train ><> beat. "In the Ulatils we will tackle a I<Min wlileli hus beaten us elt;ht limes In 1:1 jjiuues," Uyer malned. "We huve Ui sweat o\er way:; to l)e:tt ihj. (;iunl.s. As a mailer of lad we aren't half as worried about Ihe Dodgers." . . It may be whistling In the dark, but Ti-'xns Eddie feels that Ihe liun.s are high class "nmslns." In baseball parlance, n "ecutsln" IM n team whleli is relatively eusy lo beat, "We have beuten the Dodger. 1 : uliic- limes In li; KLIIIU-K und tluil ho convincing;" l)yrr ex- plaincd. "Oi|r boys have fine morale und feel they enn beut Ihe. Dudger.s in any given series-hut Hi". 1 ;,. C'.iants." In another section of Ihe eity. nuroeher wasn't, wearing rose -colored ulatws as he contemplated, a visit from those cubs. "The Cubs, and not the Cardinals, are the ones to watch," Loo th,. Lip reiterated. Wldi St. Unils heading toward Khhets Field and milking no hhill about Ihe fact thai it leels It can batter the Bums, Leo. loo. it would seem, Is making comforting noises In the vicinity of a cemetery. This 0 jiiarlJe'iiliirly In view of the fuel that £ th ( . UcHlgors have a respectable sev- * an ( | seven split in M games ugulnst Chicago. On the olheir hand. It niny be a move by Ihe shrewd Leo In bring onl Ihe flatbush fullhlul and i>ro- diit-e tn his pluyers a fn-n/.y which will carry them safely over the shoals ahead. Pcpat-Cotti Company, Low Maud CUy, N. YJ I /nmehised Hotller: I'opsi-Cola liottllni; Co. of Blytheyill* WATER Totals Phillips Motor B. J. Ciean. s s Scribner. If .1. McCliirc. c J. II. Lute.s. 3I> H. liesharse. it) B. Brown. 2b P. IJay, rf Stewart, of M. nc.slmr.se, cf M. Gay, p Homer Be.shnrse, :tr. 15 11 AB n ii 4 1 1 II ph Many Register For 'Y' Tennis Tournament Totals Store liy Innings: Loy Eich Phillips 28 C 7 400 :)1I I) 120 010 2 Mrs. A. E. 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Thompsot was the request on the part of sev eral senior girls for u sinyles lour ncy In this bracket. Date for closing of the entry 11s has been set tentatively for .h;!y 2 Drawing is expected to take plat in August 1. All entries are urge o register as soon as possible, hat tourney officials can maji th )lay In the various brackets. Mis. E. Henry was low uel it , JULY 28-2 iun Blytheville Fair Grounds Adults — 87c Plus Tax Children — 50c Plus Tax icorer, with a net 35. In the first weekly tournament % for ladies at Blytheville Country cub held yo.s- terday morning. Tied for second and third place with net 41's were Mrs. W. A. Af- ilick and Mrs. Wendell Eaton. Ball prizes were .awarded the winners. ^ Wendell "Eaton, club professlonnl is requesting all women now playing to turn in their score before next Tuesday in order that theii handicaps may set so that will be eligible to play in these weekly tournaments. Today's Games SOUTHERN LEAGUE All-Stnr game. NATIONAL LEAGUE Cincinnati at Boston. Chicago nt, Brooklyn. St. Louis at New York, night Pittsburgh at Philadelphia. AMKKICAN LEAGUE Boston at Chicago. New York at St. Louis, night. Washington at Detroit Philadelphia, at Cleveland. WELL KNOWN MAN FELT LIKE SWOLLEN BALLOON FULL OF STOMACH GAS Recently, a well known man slnlor that he used to feel like a swolli'i balloon after every meal. He woiile bloat full of gas and spit up acidii Ions liquids for hours after eating Was terribly constipated. Tills mai is one of llic hundreds In this vie hilly who now praise INNER-AID He slates he was nmnzed at tin results when he took this medicine Now he eats what he wants with' out gas or bloating, and bowels ur< regular for the first lime in years He feels like n new man. INNER AID contains 12 Gren Herbs; they cleanse bowels, cloni gas from stonvnch, act on sluggi^ liver and kidneys. Miserable pee pie soon feel different nil over. So don't go on suffering! Get INNF.K AID. 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