The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 30, 1946 · Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.); COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, JULY 30, 1946 Atlanta Crackers Increase Lead Memphis Chicks Lose in Game With Birmingham Barons ATLANTA, Oa., July 30. (UP)— The Atlanta Crackers, already nine fehhies out in front in the Soulii- *r'h Association pennant race, could figure today on winning plenty ot .bull games during the remainder of the season without having to bank oh their three aces. Bill Ayers, feirl McQowan and Shelby Klnney. After lefthander Forrest Tho:nJ>- istjn. hod throttled Memphis wlfii five hits In the second game ol Sunday's doubleheadcr to Fcore a 5 to 1 win, newly acquired Clinrlie Wlstos, another southpaw, took the mound In the opener of the series against Little Rock Monday nig!" *hd came up wild another live- hitter to shutout the Travelers C tO 0. :'• . the Crackers, unleashing a H- hll attack, handed Mlstos a toiir- run lead in the first Inning mid the Travelers never K°t back in life game. At Birmingham, (he Barons ex- Itnded their winning streak to sev- tn straight games by taking an 11 to a aecision from the Memphis (3hlcks, Blackic Thompson homer- 6fl for tlie Chicks in (he fourth with the sacks empty but the blow proved lo be just wasted effort. At Chattanooga, the "Lookouts came from botiind to edge out the 'Mobile Bears 5 lo 4. The Bears scoPcd a pair of runs In each of tne first two innings to lead 4 to 1 but the Lookouts came back wiUl t\vo in the sixth and Uvo more in the seventh to take the game. At Nashville, tlie Vols pounded Dick Cnllahnn for 17 safe blows to trdiince the New Orleans Pelicans 12 'to 4, Joe Slrlngfcllow homered for the Vols In the sixth with iwo liieii on while Danny Doyle coljcct- Ccl one for the 1'els in the fo'urlh ivith one mate aboar<l. Drawing Cards Joys to PI ay Two Softball Games Tonight "Gee, it must be wonderful to have a real fishing outfit like that!" Ever-Ready St. Louis Cards Try Again to Overtake Dodgers twiii bill Softball tilt to in Wnlkcr Park the o. K. In light :ah boys will piny the Ark-Mo 'ower Ilccldy Kilowatts and the Phillips Motor I'hillles will play he Hays Store boys. The Ark-Mo team Is holding down the cellar position In the league with one win and five losses while the Cabbies are next with one win and three losses. J. C. Whittle, will be on the mound and Mcthcny behind the plute for the Kilowatts. McNair will pilch and Hlldred Bunch wii catch for the Cabbies, The Hays Store boys arc tlec in third place with Montgomery Ward will) three wins and tjw. losses. I'hlillps has won two gamob and lost three. Marion Gay will pitch and .la McChne will catch for the Phil lies. Welch will be on the moimcl and Hiidlvy Itay.s will catch fo fhe Hays boys. These panics were scheduled he the last games before the play off begins but there will be aov eral mril:c-iip (,'amcs played tha have been rained out or post polled before' the play begins fo the city championship. Ming-Blakely Team Wins Tag Match Swimming Class Formed For Cub Scout Group .fwcnly-one Cub Scouts met at Walker Park yesterday afternoon with Mrs. Jessie Webb," den mother, and Al Stabler, scout master jftcskling. After playing numerous games the boys enjoyed watermelons furnished by Mrs. Webb. "Eight -Cubs meeting for the first time, from the Air Bnse Housing Quarters included Roy McCny, Charles Wilford, Lanny Fowler, William Moody, James Bevele, Arvel Kog- crs, Jewell Price and Donald Fowler. Mr. Stabler nnnoxincert tlial he 'Will teach each cub to swim, the iserics to take over. Manager Ei'l'ie NEW YORK, July 30. (UP>— What radio spellbinder Dizzy Ucan no doubtcdly" will describe as the fifth crooshicnl series of the year" opens tonight between the Carrts and Dodgers and once a&ain It Is the same old story—Brooklyn Is hi first place.and St. Louis is trying to get there. In each of their four previous meetings tills year, the Dodgers have managed to hold the lead, much to the consternation of the expert* who have been wrong on two counts. First, they predicted Brooklyn's collapse; second they insisted the Canllfials were a team with enough potential power to give even 'the Red Sox a ride for their money. In the first Card-Dodger encounter at Brooklyn in May, St. IjOUis 'came In to win two In row and liquidate a two-Ha lead held by the Dodgers. At St. Louis in June, the Dodgers had three-game lead, but St. Louis won two out'of three to cut It to two. At Brooklyn, later In June, the Dodgers tal by only 1 1-2 Rallies, but this time they won two out of three to fatten thp.t margin to 2 1-2. Then came the dramatic series two weeks ago at St. Louts when the Dodgers saw 4 1-2 game lead all but wiped out as the Cards took four straight. Tills time Brooklyn boasts 2 1-2 game lead, which mentis the Cards must sweep the three game first lesson being given Saturday 5 p.m. at the city Pool. A|l Cubs are invited to attend this swlm- irilhg icsson. Baseball Standing? SOUTHERN LEAGUE W. I,. Ptt 'Atlanta 68 40 .630 dlinttanooEa 57 Nfcmpliis 58 Nnshville 54 toeiv Orleans 54 Mobile 49 Birmingham 48 Little Rock 38 NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. 58 36 !. 55 38 47 52 •51 53 ,50 59 68 .546 .527 .514 .505 .405 .443 .358 Brooklyn S'l. Louis ^Chicago Cincinnati Boston Ne'w York Philadelphia 51 45 44 42 39 Pittsburgh ........... 37 42 47 49 53 51 55 AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Uoston 69 28 New York 57 30 Ibeiroit 54 40 Washington 50 45 Cleveland 46 51 St. Louis . ..., 40 54 'Chicago . ...." 38 57 Philadelphia 27 G7 Pet. .617 .591 .548 .4B'J ATJ .442 .433 .402 Pet. .711 .5!) 4 .574 .&.:« .474 .41)0 Ml Dyer thinks he can do It by giving Brooklyn a strict ration o left-handed pitching. His ace, lefty Howie Pollett will BO tonight with Ilnrry Brechcen ready for Wednesday and Alpha (Soft-Stuff) Brazlc on Thursday. Dodger boss Leo Durocher. who lins been contemptuous of the Cardinals, sale! he saw no more reason to think they arc ready now to bid for the lead than they were when they first met the Dodgers. "All season I've been hearing thnt the Cards are all set to go, but just when are they going to make this terrific drive?" he asked. "They look to be the best on paper, but they won't win the pennant." Tlie Dodgers primed themselves for the occasion yesterday by cel- ling some rare long-distance hitting licks In a 7 to 3 victory over Cincinnati. With'out a home nm since July 21 . they got two one from Dixie Walker and a hrcc-rim insldc-thc-park blast by 'el Hleler to hand Kucky Wallers ils first defeat after six straight victories. Hank lielirnian saved the 'ictory for starter Hal Orcgg with 'our Innings of scoreless roller pitching. Homers defeated the Cards at Boston, Johnny Bcazley serving ip two fat pitches In tlie second Inning which Tommy Holmes and Garden Glllenwater unlsled for the tallies that produced a 2 to 1 victory. Morton Cooper, showing fine control against his ex-team- malcs. pitched six hit ball, struck out seven and walked one batter. George Kurowskl ruined his shutout with a ninth inning homer. The Cubs edged the Giants, 5 to 4. at New York in 11 inninss when Ken Trinklo wlld-pilchi-d and Don Johnson scored from third. He had walked and gone to (second on n sacrifice, awl lo third on a long fly. Washington look a five game hold on fourth place by winnl n double header nt Cleveland. 2 to 1 on Buddy Lewis' loth Inning homer, and i) lo 4 with a lusty seven-run third Inning rally. Relief pitcher Walt. Mustcrson gained the first game victory with only two Innings of work. Hank Edwards and Bob Lemon wasted second game homers for Cleveland. Earl Caldwel! pitched fourscore- less relief Innings then delivered a game winning single in the 12th as the White Sox defeated the Yankees. 4 to 3. at Chicago. Bob Kennedy had doubled pre- cMllnpt Caldwell's hit. Kennedy also lilt a home run and Luke Yesterday's Results SOUTHERN LEAGUE Birmingham u," Memphis '5.. "i Atlanta 6, Llttl c Rock 0. Nashville 12, New Orleans 4. Chattanooga 5, Mobile 4.. •- • NATIONAL I.EAGUK Brooklyn 7, Cincinnati 3, Boston 2, St. Louis 1. Chicago B, New York 4. Only games scheduled. AMERICAN LKAGUE Detroit 4. Philadelphia 1. Washington 2-8. Cleveland !-•! Chicago 4, New York 3. Only games scheduled. Today's Games SOUTHERN I.KAGl'K Memphis i't Birmingham. Little Rock at Atlanta. Mobile al Chattanooga 12). New Orleans at Nashville In one of the roughest, toughest iiul most cxfciting JLag matches singed In the local arena, Chlno ,llng and Gene Blakely defeated Tommy Ward and Billy Ilickson ast night. Roy Welch was booked lo be Ward's partner but since Welsh was unable to he there Promoter Mike Meroncy substituted Hlckson In Ills place. All four of the wrestlers were consistently in the ring slugging away instead of tagging their partner. The referee suffered as mud punishment as any other fighter nnd he helped dish out some he tried to make them break and keep only two In the ring at the same time. ... j , Ilickson showed some nifty kangaroo kicks as he eliminated BlaKc- ly In the first fall and used them throughout the matches. Hickson also eliminated Ming after he and Ward had worked him over with Rolling short arm'scissors to win the first fall. Ming was tile main cog of Mie Ming-Blakely learn In tlie .second fall. He pinned Ward after slugging him groggy and then pinned Hickson after he and Blakely had worked him over with back brcak- n Monkey Flips. Tlie last fall turned out lo be a slugging duel witli slugging the de- terminating factor in each case, tilakcly pinned Ward after slugging and Ming used the same nic- ies in subduing Hickson. Hickson also showed some fancy flying tackles to keep his opponents on the lookout. Ward gave Ming \\ body slam, flyinri tackles and u kangaroo kick then pinned him to win the first preliminary match in 15 minutes. Ulakcly used his main hold, the rangler Lewis hcadlock, following back body slams to subdue Hickson In the 'second preliminary bout. Businessmen Golfers Tee Off on Denver Course DENVER COUNTRY CLUB, Den- r, July 30. (UP)—A battery ol club-swinging businessmen spread out over the rugged Denver Country Club golf course today to qualify for the 43rd men's Trans-Mississippi tournament. The second day of medal play dawned over the tree-decked lair- ways after an ojwnlng round which saw four strokes sliced off par by O'Hara Watts, Oklahoma City. Okla., Insurance man. Watts paced qualifiers with a four-under par 07. His performance was expected to be challenged today when three former Trans-Mississippi title holders tee off for their qualilying round. Johnny Goodman of Omaha, who hitch-hiked to Colorado Springs In 1927 to win the championship and become golfdom's boy phenomenon, was shooting for another Trans- Mississippi litle. With him in the 1046 lineup were old-timers Join Dawson of Los Angeles, 1936 cha'm- plon, and "Chick" Evans of Chicago, Ii)i2 winner. John Kraft of Denver was sharpening his clubs to defend the title he won at the last Trans-Mississippi meet In 1942. The defendnif champion docs not have to com pels In the qualifying round. (21. Applinc made two doubles and two singles. Freddie llutchinson gained' his seventh victory at Detroit, holding the Athletics to seven hlt-s in a 4 to 1 decision, the 15th for the Tigers in 18 games against Philadelphia this season. NATIONAL LEAGUE Chicago at New York. St. Louis at Brooklyn, night. Pittsburgh at Boston, night. Cincinnati nt, Philadelphia, night AMERICAN LEAGUE Philadelphia at Chicago, night. Washington nt St. Louis, night. :>New York :vt Detroit, night. Boston at Cleveland, night. RIT cwtts AMD fEVER'w t. KAUMIAT New Theater Manila's Finest Bttom EVERY NIQRT Mallnec Saturday & Sunday Box Opens HVrk Days 7:H p.wi. Bit.-Sun. I j.m. Cent. Showin "Comfortably Cool" "Z THEATRE Manila, Ark. Box office opens at 7:00; Pictura •tart* at 7:15. Tuesday "CHINA SKIES" Kulli Warrick. Kanrlolpli Scott Mighty Mouse Comedy UKO News -FARMERS- We would like to antiotificp ihe connection with our firm of H. P. IJSTOfyVuri'own locally for many years iis an EXPERT TRACTOR MECHANIC. MR. LISTON will ht happy to see his many friends in his new capacity as our mechanic. See Us for Tractor Repairs PMJLBYRUM Implement Company 116-22 E. Main St. Phone 404 Wednesday & Thursday "Adventures of Marco Polo" with Gary Cnnpcr Paramount News Comnly FEED AND SEEDS Feed Oats—Wheat and Barley— Scratch Grain—Soybean Meal HAIRY VETCH Seed Oats—Barley—Rye—Wheat Blytheville Soybean Corporation :>lionc 856 1800 W. Main I'honc 857 Oftn 7; SUrts 7:30 p.m. AIR CONDITIONED Tuesday PAL NITE "She Went to the Races' James Craig, Frances GirTord Serial "Hop Han Also Shorts Tuesday "FLYING SERGEANT" George Zucco A Hope Krcmer Wednesday & Thursday Universal Picture "LITTLE GIANT" with Bml Abbott and Lou Coslcllo CHICK THEATRE "Whw* Happiness Costa So Littf*" Week D»T»: SUrts at ^•.St p. m. Wednesday & Thursday "Lights of Old Santa Fe' k«) Rogers, Geerre "Gabby" Hayes, Dale Evans New* of «he Day Also Short* '• Last Time Today 'ROOKIES IN BURMA" Wally Brown, Alan Carney Three Stooges Comedy Wednesday ft Thursday DOUBLE FEATURE 'Rocking in the Rockies' Jay Kirby, Gladys Blake •(. and 'A Guy, a Gal and a Pal Kwss Ilmnktr, I.ynn MerrlU Also Shorts BLYTHEVILLE'S FIRST Ancl ONLY Government Approved PRIMARY FLYING SCHOOL Our Field is now approved for training veterans un'der the Gl Bill of Rights This is the opportunity to learn to fly that you have been waiting for. HOOD FLYING SERVICE v )v STEWART FIELD Dial 2717 Highway 18 East CASH BUYERS for YOUR PROPERTY! For a quick sale see me. I have buyers for homes. List your property with me. My commissioo la 5%. I have no sidelines. H. C. CAMPBELL Office 12* So. Second Ftwnc* 4M «r ztM J. LOUIS CHERRY Bepraentlac York Life Insurance Co. Nrtbevllle. Alt New HAL PRESS BLOCKS In Stock BARKSDALE Manufacturing & Machine Works South Kroitdway Lone Oak Boy Scouts At Camp This Week The I.utes fitrjre hnschiill te.nn <lole.!tpa I'ic Holland '.o:u:i 10 to Sun<iay :>n Ui^ losers '!i:unuii',l. McHaffey «;ir. Hie winning plldi- cr and Chiiiul'-j-r was ilu- loser. Each pitch 1 :.- gave up ecv«n hi'.s. Jewelry Store Girls Defeat Bakery Team The Fitv.pnlrick Jewelry Sl.orc Birls Softball tcnni edged "out the Halt's Bakery girls 2 to 0 Insl nlKhl ill Walker Park. Pnnkcy pitched Iier third slml- out of the year as she held the Bakery girls to only one hit. . Dorothy Conley pitcher! for "the Bakery girls and Reynolds caught. Wilson was the only batter that got a lilt off Pankcy. Read Courier Newa Want Ads. "J I MM IE" PARKS Quality Cleaners Prompt Pick-up and Delivery Service * Phone 3555 for Better Cleaning-Pressing 428 West Ash A NATUUAL AH) FOR Rheumatism Kidney, Bladder 1. Stimulate Kidney function, 2. Soothe bladder Irritation. 3. Neutralize ui'ic-acUUty, 4. Discharge systemic \va.btes. DISORDERS Why not K 1 v e MonnUin Valley » (rial! It )i«s |irl|*oil in A ii y lUmiFnnils. Deltb'hlful to drink. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main and Division Blythevffle, Ark. Terry Abstract & Realty Co. Abstracts of Title — Lands — Loans 213 W. Walnut Phone 2381 FELIX A. CARNEY City Ra'dio Repair Radios and Appliances 324 E. Main St. Phone 2407 Where Your Flowers Are — You Are! One call to us will arrange to have your remembrances sent; not just once, but month after month. Ask about this plan. SHOP *".TJ>. Berrfcn We Dettmr Aojrwhera Ph. Ul Mra. I. M. (Mm*) Winim, mmr Ol PLEASE MOTE! MEAD'S CLOTHING STORE will be CLOSED ALL DAY THURSDAY, Aug. 1 for the Purpose of Taking Our Semi-annual Inventory Store will re-open for business ^ again Friday morning, Aug. 2. | Remember— If it's for a man MEADS will have it tvr "".^ "• *. '"*)*<,*"* •> *• ,.^% *» », % * 4 % , MEAD'S 1 ** " -^r* ..^ 121 MAIN STRUT

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