PAGE SIX BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.j; COURIER NEWS SATURDAY JULY 20, 19'IG Barons in Double Win From Pebs Southern's Leading •offer Leads Big Attack on Hurlers ATLANTA, Ga., July fT. (UP) — Slugger Tom Neill was the loast of Birmingham today. Slagtown boasts of only a second division club, but Baron fans forget tliis in their praise of the leading batter In the Southern Association. Neill added new laurels before the homcfolk last night v'Hli Iwo homers, one with the bases loaded, as his teammates trounced the hapless Little Rock Travelers unmercifully, 6 to 2 and 10 to 3. Jlinmy Hopper and John Mckeli coasted to victories behind the offensive help of Neill. Russ Mcsscrly and Sid Peterson were the hurling victims of the clouting, both getting credit for losses. In other games last nighl. Mobile cut short a nlnlh Inning rally by Nashville and eked out n C lo 5 victory, Chattanooga had four and five run innings to defeat New Orleans, 9 to 2, mid Allnnln gained a full game on the Chicks with a C to 3 win. The Crackers' Bill Ayers won his 18th game of the season. Today's schedule includes .Memphis at Atlanta and Little Rock at Birmingham. Saliba Team Moves Nearer 1st Place Tie The Stiiibn wholesale boys soil- ball leniii defeated the Ark-Mo Power Reddy Kilowatts 9 to 5 last night in Walker Pun;. The win l>ul the Snllba boy.i in IJOsillon to tie the lx>y Eich Hustlers for first place in Hie "Y" softball league. The Hustlers llu- Ished the regular sca.son with live victories and two losses while the Saliba boys have won four and lost two and have one more game before the i>luy-off for the CHy Championship begins. The Saliba boys got off to n Hying sjnrt. in (he first ImWie ns they racked up seven runs olf low hits iirTd went on to get two runs each in the second and third Innings. The Kilowatts staged n fifth inning rally In which they got lour runs. They pulled one run across Hie plate In Ihe seventh. Jack Whittle, of Ihe Saliba team was the winning pitcher, glviny n\> seven hits while his brother. J. C Whittle suffered the loss afler being ntckcii for eight .safeties. Freddy Perry was the leading hitler for Ihe Ark-Mo lenm with three hits In four limes nl bat Cliff lievill got Iwo lilts In loin me.s up nnd Andy Bcvlll got OIK Deadline Nears -or Entries in Tennis Tourney With a lilllc more than one week •cinalnlng to register for the "Y" lentils lourmnncnt lo be held August 3-7tli. (lie men's brackets were in the lead In the mallei of "umbers entered, It \v«s reported today' In the singles 'muckel. Ihe fol- 01*Ing men have registered: Eilscl Harber. Frank Nicholson, J. 1- Thompson Jr., John 1). HnnieU Hick Roberts, lllnk Wctcnkainp, "'.n Lancashire, Ployd Heay. Rus.el Dnrhnin, Hob Smllh and Hildrei Hmieh. Several of this numlX'i also are signed for the doubles. In tile boys divisions. Ihe lol- lowlng boys nre sinned: HiicU'/ I-'P- pltt, liuford Young, nan caldweil Cliiirles CrlBger, Chester Cnlilwll James Westbrook and Frank SVag tier Jr. Signed up In the senior girls ell vision wore Eunice Hrogdon, Barbara Clllllson, fat Wikon, MurinI Knudsen, Carolyn Luwter, June Stlres, Virginia Swearengen, Iv: 1 . Sony, Ruth Eeay and Evelyn Ashley. Thus far I lie Junior boys and Junior girls enlrles have come in very -our Mat Men Selected for Special Event Four of Uic most lilt-lily rale on ever to wrestle In Blyllievlllc in: Iwokccl t-i\ aiipcnnuicc at the l<cijlon Arena next Monday night. Kadi wrestler Is noted for Ills nyisix'sslvcnoss and Ills ability "to mix It with his opponent. Promoter Mike Mcroney -went to coiLsldoruble trouble to get these four mat stars together for tills date for Mike will »e r,l years old the (lay following tilts match. Each near Ills birthday, Yesterday's Results SOIITIIKHN I.I:A(;IIK BhmlHBlnim 0-10. Little Hick 2-3. Mobile 0, Nashville 5. Cliatlitnootjn 9, New Orleans 2. Atlanta 6, Memphis 3. NATIONAL I.I;AGUK New York 3. Cincinnati '2. I'iUsljiii'gh 5, Urooklyn 0. Plilliidelphla 2, Chicago 1. Only games scheduled. AMKIUCAN I.KAGUE Detroit 4, Philadelphia 3. Washington 5, Cleveland 4. New York 6, Chicago 2. ISoston 8, SI. Louis 5. puts on mi especially good picked rough year, Mike card and this time he has picked four of Ihe most scientific, and tumble wrosllws ever seen In Ihe local ring for his birthday card. j Hoy Welch, a veteran of 251 years of experience In wrestling,, Is rated one o[ the smallest niat- nii'n In tho game and It is indeed a smart wrestler lhal Itoy canno^ outwit, Hoy's parluer, the agile, versatile Tommy Ward, is one of Ihe best c.rowd plensers ever lo appear in lllythevlllc. Tommy coiHinu- Sun.-Mon., July 28-29 Box Office Opens 1 p.m. Continuous Showing .slowly. Hoys and girls under H j ously bores In, swupping liolds and are ui'nc<l lo rcgtslin 1 at the "Y".! blows till he gets his opponent at the Red Top Ciin or with Wilson I just where he ivaiil-s him, and Tigers to Play Sunday Game With Yarbro The Hlylhevlllo Tiger Tmlcpend enl baseball learn will go lo Yar bro tomorrow for a game wilh lh Yarbro Yanks. G rover Whittle probably will start on the mound for Ihe Yanks while Prank Ellis will handle Ihe mound dulies for Ihe Tigers. The Tigers have had an Impressive record this season willi leu victories against three losses. The game Is scheduled to start at 2:30 o'clock. Henry at the planters Hurdw;ire Co. Hustlers Hold Narrow Lead In 'Y' Softball Although the lay Eich Hustlers arc leading the "Y" soflball league with only two games left to be played in the regular season tin; Hays' Store boys or the Saliba Wholesale outfit have a chance lo catch the league leaders. The .Hustlers played Iheir last game Thursday night as they siifi'crctl their second defeat of the season at the hands of a strong Saliba nine while the Saliba outfit nnd the Hays' boys have two games to be made up after the regular season is over and before the City Championship playoff begins. cither team wins both gariies tliev will tic the Hustlers for first place in the league. The Hustlers have won five games and lost two in league competition . this season while Hays' and Saliba have won three and lost Iwo. Standings ' W Ix>y Eich Chevrolet 5 2 £aliba wholesale 4 2 nays' Store 3 2 Owens Drug Store -4 3 Montgomery Ward 3 3 Phillips Motor Co. 2 3 O. K.. Cab 1 3 Ark-Mo Power Corp. 1 5 il in two limes alibn batters. up to lead the Baseball Standing? SOUTHERN I.EAGUK W. I,. Ulnnltt C5 39 Uemphls 57 40 Chattanooga as 4G Mashvillc New Orleans . .. Mobile Jirmlngham :l c Rock NATIONAL Brooklyn St. Louis hicngo •inclnnatl fioslon New York Philadelphia . ... Pittsburgh AMEIMCAN Boslon . .. New York . Washington Cleveland . SI. Louis . Chicago . .. Philadelphia. r,5 53 .... 53 47 43 .... 38 1.1 Adi W. 55 .... 54 47 43 42 .... 'ID .... 38 .... 30 LEA<iUK W. I,. .... (57 27 ....55 37 51 M ....47 43 ....44 48 3D 52 30 55 26 B-l 4!) 51 55 50 03 /i; t,. 35 30 .41 44 41) 50 48 53 IV.l. X'Ki .538 .545 .520 .510 .-Hi I .422 .370 Pel. .611 .GOO .53! .4U4 .407 .444 .142 .434 Pet. Cob Girls Pile Up 17-0 Score In Ball Game The O. K. Cab girls Softball learn won Us fifth game of Ihe season last nlghl as they Irouncefl the J. C. Penney girls team 17 to 0 behind the no-hit, no-run pitching of Mary Lou Whittle. It was also Mary Lou's fifth victory as she pitched her third shutout of the .season. Aired was Ihe losing pitcher, allowing M hits. The Cab t;lrls starU'd earlv with a two run lead in the first inning. They scored another En the second, nine in the third ami five in the fourlh. Sophia Ilcvlli icrt Ihe hitting attack for Ihe Cub girls with three hits in three times at bat. then he makes the kill with kangaroo kicks and flying lackles. Gene fitakely. Ihe headlock arl- Ist, is rugged, a ready mtxer when the rough stuff slarls. and can hit like a horse kicking. Once Illakely obtains his favorite hold, the Strangler Lewis headlock, the end of (lie fall is not fur away. Last, but far from least, is the one and only Chino Ming, half Chinese and half Japanese. Chino uses the deadly Jul Jilsu ladles to a great exlcnt, and doesn't care wltclher the going Is rough or smooth, for he can wrestle any -slyle. rough or clean. .si" Ell swo rth V i nes •522 I •I? Hits Stride in t. 1'ct .71 .Gfi .CUD .511 -.501) .400 tloual Bank. Blythcvillc, Arkansas. This the 10th day of July, 10W. HERMAN CAULTON Ancillary Administrator of the Eslato of Uoy A.-Bcnn, Deceased. 7|20-27-«i3 .'250 .107 Today's Games SOUTHERN LKAGUE Memphis at Atlama. Little Rock, at Birmingham. Only games, scheduled. NATIONAL LEAGUE St. Louis at Boston, night. Pittsburgh at Brooklyn, two. Cincinnati at New York, two. Chicago at Philadelphia, two. AMERICAN LEAGUE New York at Chicago. 1 / •• Boston at St. Louis, night. Philadelphia at, Detroit. Washington at Cleveland. Golf Tournament CHICAGO, July 27. (UP)—Ellsworth Vines who abandoned Career as one of the worlds greatest tennis players bceau.se Ihere were not uny imcomiuercd net fields, today reached the goal set for himself six years ago when he IN THE I'ltOBATE COURT VOll THE CHICKASAWItA DISTRICT OF Mississirn COUNTY, ARKANSAS. !• the Mal:.-r of Hie Estate of Kay A. Bean. Deceased. NOTICE TO CKK1HTOKS Notice is hereby given Hint the undersigned was on this day appointed Ancilliary Administrator, ol the Estate ol Roy A. Bean, Deceased All persons having claims againit said estalc are hereby notified to exhibit them to the undersigned An- cilliary Administrator, properly ;ui thenticated, within six (6) month from the date of the first public:! tion of this notice or they will b forever barred and precluded fron Uic debts of said estate. The address of the undersignc Ancillary Administrator Is First Na WRESTLING Blytheville Legion Arena Monday, July 29, 8:15 p.m. Adults, 36c, Tax 9c—Tolal 43c. Reserved Soafs I2c, Tax 3c—Total, 15c. Children's Scats 12c, Tax 3c, 'Total, 15c. Reserved Seats on Sale at the Legion Arena Every Monday From 6 p. m. on determined lo become one of the iiiition'.s ranking golfers. Vines \vns bidding for one of ljii;-tlinc BOlf's niosl coveled and liicrsillvc cluiin[ilaiislil|xs ns the field tccd off for the third round of the $50.000 nll-Amorlcnn tournn- nienl ill Ihe Tani O'Shniitcr Country Club. 19-1G. oiler for siile nl public auction, to the highest, biddei 1 . upon ercclit of three t'A) months, t'.io fullowlny liinds bcluniiiiiK lo I'.ie said Estate, to-wil: Lol Tweoty-two (L 22), In Block Two (U 21, of the Westeml Subdivision to Ihe CHy of Blytheville, Arkansas. Said sale is ninclc for the purpose of paying the, debts ol siild estiue. nnd purchaser of such Kile will In: required to i;ive note, with approved security, for Ihe purchase price. Da.ted Ihis Ihe 10th day of July, 1940. Rosic Lee Little-John, Adniinlstriilrix. ' 'l|13-20-27 IN Tin-: riioBATi: COIIKT FOR THK CHICKASAWItA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTV, ARKANSAS. In the Mailer of Ihe Kslalc of Anderson llullins, Deceased, No. 161)'! Hiisic I.ce Litflcjolm, Administra- trix. NOTICE Notice is hereby given lhat Ihe undersigned, ns Administratrix of the Estate of Anderson Bullins. Deceased, will on Ihe 30th day of July, CHICK THEATRE "W/iere Happiness Cosfi So Little" Week Days: Stirt* al 7:30 p. m. PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Guaranteed .U«>st Prices Kirby Drug Stores Refrigerator Service ADAMS C Ap a pUANCE CO., Inc. J W. Admas M(;r. Phone 2071 2M-08 W. Tag Match Roy Welch and Tommy Ward vs. Gene Biakely and Chino Ming Also 2 1-FaJl 30 Minnie iMalchcs Roy Welch Gene Blakcly Tommy Ward Chino Ming : Last Time Today i IWTJHLK FKATUUK '|Light of Old Santa Fe" toy Rogers, George (Gabby) Hayes "LET'S GO STEADY" Jimmy I.lnyil, Pal rurrish Serial: "Muslcr Kty" Cliup. 3 Also Cartoon Open 7; Starls 7:30 p.m. AIR CONDITIONED BAD BASCOMB Your fiivorile hiulman :in<l the (liirliiiK <»' the screen 1o- nelhcr for Hie first lime in M-G-M'.s spectacular outdoor, llirillor- NEW THEATER MANILA, ARKANSAS 11 New Theater Manila's Finest Shows EVERY NIGHT Matinee Saturday & Sunday B»x Opens Week Days 7:00 p.m. Silt.-Sun. 1 p.m. Cont. Showuif "Comfortably Cool" Last Time Today "Blue Montana Skies" Gene Autroy, Smiley Htmicltc SAT. OWI, SHOW "Phantom of Desert" wilh Charles Slarrcll "Mysterious Intruder" Richard »i\, Harlem McClcan OWI. SHOW 11:30 "TAHITI NIGHTS" l>;ivc O'llricn. Harolil Matthews trial: "C:ipl:iln America" Chap. ALSO SHOUT . Last Time Today "CANYON CITY" Don "IScd" Itnrry, Helen Talbol Serial: "JuiiRle ll:iii!ers" Also Shorts Sunday and Monday "CAROLINA SKIES" Victor Monrr, Anne iMnl.i Xcw.s & Cartoon SAT. MIDNIGHT SHOW Starts H p.m. "Grisley's Millions" Tuill Kcllny, Virginia Circy Also Shorts Sunday nnd Monday Cont. Show Sunday Tarzan and the Amazon Johnny AVrissmullrr, ttremhi Joyi Johnny Sheffield rani mount Xcws Also Shorts Sunday and Monday "BAD BASCOMB" Wallace Uccry, Murffarct O'Brien RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Box odice opens at 7:04; Hcton (tarts at 7:15. Last Time Today "KID RANGER" wilh Boh Slccli: Lulu Comedy anil lllli Chap. of "Jlixunlcil Harbor" OWL SHOW "The Crystal Ball" wilh raulcllc Gmldarcl Hay Milland Sunday and Monday "DICK TRACY" wilh Morgan Comvay Aimc .TclTrpys Selected SShovl * KKO News No Waiting! No Delay! 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