THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1917 Doughboys Down Blyfheville team Powerful Little Rock Legion Juniors Lick Cotton Pickers 6 to 0 Behind (hi- two-hit pitching of 1-ouis Schnntcle, the state chrun- inoii Little Rock Doughboys coasted lo a a to o victory over Ihe Blylhe- ville Cotton pickers at, the Air liasi- dininoiul ycsterdny afternoon. "Uie Louie" wiis never In (rouble Ihi-oujjliom the nine inning fracas and never had to bear down after the first livo innings as he scored Ills .second, victory over the Cotton Pickers. Schnufelc struck . out five, and \\-alkcct only one mail. Adding insult to injnV.v, "Bi(> Louie" slammed out two smiles iiurt a .doulilc .in four official times at hat to lead the Doughboys' IC-liil atlacik. Ihirold Ward find Bob Mullen accounted for the Pickers' two biUBles. Bob Mullen went the route for '.he Pickers and displayed gooil form bul tlie his l>a(s of the Doughboys were too much for him. He walked three men and struck out two. Yesterday's victory nave the Capital City crew a clean sweeu of (he three-frame series with Mississippi County teams. They defeated Osceola 1-1 to (i Sunday afternoon, am! Manila 3 to 0. Tuesday afternoon. They have lost, only two games this year, lioth to oiit-of-state teams. The Cotton Pickers will eiitcrtiin the Pine Bluff Zebras here Saturday afternoon at the Air Base din- mond and will journey to Manila for a Kamc with the Manila Lcgion- naires. 'Hie Tickers defeated the Zebras 6 to r> in pine Bluff last week. Score by innings: K II U little Kot-li- 2SO 130 100 G Hi :i IMvtlirvillc- coil «r.!l oto o '< :i lintterics: Little Rock— Schaufcle and Iiamillon. Blytheviile — Mullen and Koontx. Dixieland Flag Chase Reaches Pelican LA'J n • A lA/'It. LA L'l -r I CIIUJll Mid-Point With Mobile on Top BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE '» LJijV'V HY.WAUKKX w, scnwi-:i> • United 1'rcis Sports Wriler ATDA'NTA. Ga., July 3. <UP) — The Southern Asociation pennant chase readies Hie., halfway nnrk tomorrow ami traditionally the nine anchored in the lop si»t is tile favorite to remain in front. Mobile has youth and verve and D'.jte imm-h. Al Todd has til Bears hustling ami (hose six start- pitchers have Ijeen unbeatable. No point to break wUh tradi- Uon or Mobile. H has not been a pleasant | todny ti spriiiK for veteran Berl Nlehoff at at New Chattanooga. Tlie Inuling has been hapha/.ard and the hitting less « Louis to Meet Winner of Bout In Stockholm Solve Vol Puzzle Now Orleans Takes "(2 to 11 Decision as 'Noogons Lick Bears ATLANTA. Cla., July 3. I UP) — Now Orleans' furinidnhlc iirriiy of i.sluggers today had -solved a bin STCCKIIOtM. July ;!. i u.l'.i - i Problem- I lie tlghthimded slants of Joe Haksi, heavyweight cnu'.fiidiT Nashville Vol twirler Hob Hush, fro I Herculean. Hut the Lookouts figure to ease the furrow in Nie- liolf's brow and c.iptnre the place money. A one-man hurlitif; corps—even wlien tlie athlete is New Orleans' class-; one-eyed Lefty Tom Siinkel -can not cop a pennant. Tlie in Kulpmonl, Pa., w.ts .signed Alul '>y fi> doing they boosted Ihe lay to light Champion Joe Ixjuis' nn>i-nle of Crcseenl City diamond " york in September if lie. i nddicts 1)(J per cent. heals Olle Tandbers here naksi, who has been lo ncccpt a Louis match, was cured for Hie Scptetuurr bou'. day when his iiwiuwr. Nate Wolfson of New York, signed a contract profli-rcd by t.i'w liur.s- lon. represent liii-. M>ke Jacobs' Still Century Club. TamiberK. Swedish chiimpion. .Sunday.; Tl11 ' ''«ish (ineslion posed Itself on reluctantJune 21 when the bis fellow hand- . . •- '•- ........ "- -."i i .LiiY.Mt i k, ouiui.Mi canti>ij showed early speed in get- signed yesterdav to clmlleni'e Lotii U. S. Golf Stars Suffer Upsets In British Open F'IOYL.AKR. i-:m;.. jViv 3. <UPI — The U. S. chances of winning tlie British Open golf championship faded today when Prank Stranahan of Toledo. O.. who led (he U. S. contingent yesterday, shot a second round 79 for a SB-hole aggregate of,. 150. The American amateur star, who was only two strokes off tlie paco yesterday with his first round 71, couldn't get his clubs functioning properly today and needed 40 strokes tin).' away from the barrier, and their power at the plate should make for a third place finish. 1/irry Gilbert's Nashville crew terrorized tlie Southern with awesome offensive prowess, tanging tlie ball for a better than MO team balling mark. Hcln from the Chicago Cues' farm orftanta- tion lias ttivcn Hie Vols an fidc- :imitc infield. A trio of talented newcomers Al Walker. Ila] Jeffro-it and Ben Wade — helps '.o briehlcn the picture at Sulphur De'il. Move pitching and Nashville would he higher than fourth. <,'ra>: Can'l lirprat •Punv stickwork and a mediocre hill staff have combined to erase any .cln.nce for Atlanta lo repeat their; 1946- penn:int-wiiming . performance. In.a lacklustre cfst. fly- t-haspr Charley Trippi and beefy Forrest. Tlicmpson stand out xharnly. Tlie top of tlie second division for the. Crackers despite n noble'try by skipper Kf Ki Cny- !er. riiere has been real improvement ivt Birmingham and Ihcslap,- towu fans have turned out in fine sly!e to watch the upturn in Baron fortunes. Sixth tor Dick 'Porter's charges but the future even better. Tlie enigma of the Dixieland diamond entries over the first. half of the season lias been the dismal ncrforninnro of Doc -Prothro's Memphis athletes, given an outside chance by many observers lo cop thc honors in the preseason forecasts. The rookies simp- Iv have not come through for tlie Chicks. A disappointing seventh appears to await Memphis despite thc prodigious tells of towering Ted Khiszewski. There is no liner gentleman in baseball llinn Bill Dickev. who was in case he seorr.l an up-.ctvi.-t. over Baski in their KundV.v lialit. BASEBALL STANDINGS Mobile . New Orleans Chattanooga Atlanta . .. Nashville . Hiimil'.i;ll:nn Memphis . . I.idle Rock Brooklyn . . Boston . New York . St. t.onis ... Chicago . .. Cincinnati . Philadelphia Pittsburgh . New York . Boston . . . Detroit . .. Iooks| Cleveland . Philadelphia Washington Chicago . . St. Louis .. sc-1 culled tlie Pelicans wllh only Iwo i n . Milts in liis first appearance before Manager Fred Witlli-rs' crew. La:,l night ii was a dill'crcnl .slory. The Uayon Homliers drove huint! six urns In live innings on' Rush and then blasted iiim from Ihe nioimd in I he sixtii with a five run outlnnst as they look a 12 lo 11 decision at Sulphur Dell park. The Pels, themselves, hail lo call for twi> firemen lo slop an 111 hit Vnl onlbiust. including a seven run I'xplosiim in tiie last half of the ninth. Walt Cress was the winner, although llarney (,M»k and IVIe Mudica pul IHU tlie Nashville lire in Ihe Ibml frame. The Pelican win edged llieui a game closer to league lending Mobile, as Ihe Hears dropped a li to . r i decision to .Chattanooga last iiiglil In thc lir.st of u Hear-Lookout series at Chattanooga. Tall John Hall succumbed lo a four-nil) 'Noogii attack In the fourth and was charged with the loss. Alex Znkowski was hit for 13 safeties but went I lie roula and in his nrsl slarl- ing role since May 4 chalked up his fourlh season win. Sidearmcr L'd Weiland scattered .,,,, 10 hits circclively as the Memphis ' 4 .'> 0 i Chicks downed Rirminghnm 7 to :) Vjjj.,, before n hometown crowd at Russ. ' ' wood Park. Alex Honay snirered his AMERICAN LEAGUE j KixUl s ™s"» loss, being knocked W. It. Pet.' r '' om tnn oiound In Ihe sixth frame. LEAGUE W. L. -5S 2!) 51) :M -1J 41 41 •10 •14 4") . '10 . 38 . 40 . 32 . HO NATIONAL LEAUOE W. Li. .... M 29 . ... 37 20 Uli 2b .... M ;12 .... 33 33 .... 31 3f, 'M '10 25 -10 Pet .040 .r>nr> .012 .49-1 .•W7 .471! .41C .3GG Pet. .57-1 .501 .M5I ..WO ! .'193 James Guard, Advances in , Golf Tourney Seven [list-round innlc-hes In Ihe Hlythevill" country Club's city «oH. lounmmi'iu were plnyed yesterday afleniuon, four in Ihe championship fliBlu c in the fh.sl. flight one in the second flight and one In the third fll|;lit, Wendell Eaton, l>ro al the club announced today. James Guard, who Is considered "Ihe man lo beat" In (he (ourney l>lay, shot a four under p.ir 70 lor 118 holes to defeat Jimmy Terry "! and 0. Guard shot, a 33 for th? |lirsf iiini' and a par 31 on the second nine lo claim medalist him- [>rs so far in Hie tourney p:ay. IU-.HMIIS <if olhei- matches yesterday wore: championship fllKht- liili CioiUvln upset llurvey T. Kidd •1 ami 3: Dudily Terry won over W. A. All lick one-up and l-'nink Whllworiii tlefealed John T.enil 5 nnd -I. l'"ii-sl IliKlit-Harry w. Ilaines defeated Dr. Ci. W. Iltnttland. fi and •I. Second nielli-Muck Williams, Sr.. deli-aled Jim Stevenson -J and 1. and Ki-uin Jones deieatetl Darrell Crane U ;uul n In a lliinl UKItch. Youth Movement in Brooklyn Pays Dividends for Dodgers Osccoia Indians Win Game From C«ruii-hersviUe OSCKOLA. July 3. _ The Os-eohl Indians defeated CanUhi'isvllle 2 to 1 al the Hli'h School Alldelic Fiiilii here,last niiiht. Paul lilackwood went Ihe r.inle for the Indians (jlvlns up-only two hits. The victory was [lie V.lnlli slralu.hl fur the Indians antl bic.ke an elylu i;ame winntni; streak of Ihe carulliersvlllc nine. 34 . 30 33 IM 2ti .GIB . >.. .„ lt .,, I'iven the task of guiding Little going out and 3D coming in for his 1 Rork r ™'n the cellar this you- 11 over par total. I Regrettably, the former Yankee While bis Iwo round total will be' acc llns had a hodgepodge squad Rood enough to qualify him for the''" fashion inlo a winner. That'the low -!0 who will play the final 30 Travellers .snem ccrLiin holes tomorrow, it was sure to be a;, least a half dozen, strokes, nnd probably more, from the lead. Johnny Biilla of Phoenix, Aiiz.. recovered from has bad round of yesterday, when he shot an 80. and carded a 72 today, which gave him a two round total of 152 and a sure spot in Ihe final play. Bulla, twice runner-np for thc open, needed only 3fi strokes for each nint today as he regained his touch. j A third American. Staff Sgt.' Charlie Jennings of Mcclford. N. J..' had another bad day. shooting a I 79. which gave him a M-liole total of 1G2 and appeared certain to elim- • mate him from ihc final 3U holes of play. Travellers .snem certain of retaining their deaih grip on the bottom runa should he no reflection en the Arkansas Traveller at the helm Yesterday's Results SOUTHERN LKAGUK Memphis 7, Birmm(>hain 3. Little Hock 12, Atlanta 7. Chattanooga 6, Mobile 5. New Orleans 12. Nashville NATIONAL I.EAGUK Brooklyn 11, New York 3, Philadelphia C. Boston 6. Cincinnati 8, Pittsburgh G. AMERICAN I.EAGtm Philadelphia 7, Boston li New York 8. Washington 1 St. Louis 7. Chicago I. Detroit G. Cleveland 5. Allanta faltered before u IB-lilt Little IJock assault in (he Wonder "y,. A ! Slate capital and Ihe Pebs look a Ml)' 1 12 to 7 wi " olr thcil ' 1>)(l enemy '; )15 , rieltlhaiider Dewey Adkins, The 4 7( .! Rrackcrs blasted Ken Ncwlln from 47lii tllp lnc "" K ' "ill were unable to solve ' . Len Pernie who " victory. 11. took over fm- th" All series are resumed lonlujil. CaruthersviHe Nine Plays Armorel in Holiday Tilt me Imilaiis will meet Ker team of Memphis at lilusvvau- the ll's'i School UMil tomorrow nllernoon nt ', o'clock to lil[;lill[;ht the 1'omlii of Ju'.y celebL'i'.lion of tlie Amerli-an Legion. The liinswaBBcr Is considered as one of the slioiiKCsl scml-p>o nines in Memphis. The Indians will meet the -lien:: Parkin Independents In a i-etinn Kainc Sunday afternoon at Ihe hiiih school diamond. As a preliminary lo tills contest, the Osccoia Legion team will meet the Nart.-i Lilllc Rock Wildcats. Little Rock Banks Show Sharp Drop in Deposits I Parker Defends Net Title SALT LAKE CITY. July 3. CUP1 — Champion Prank Parker of Los Am-elc;; went Into thc qinrter finals of the Naltonal Clay Court Tennis Championships today ns top-heavy favorite to keep thc lil- le. In results yesterday. Jack Tuerro Tiilanc. trimmed Richard Warner Salt Lake City, 6-0. 6-3. and Vic Seixas. North Carolina, defeated Bob Goklueck, Texas, 0-2, G-l. Freezes, Stores 385 Pounds off Food Today's Games SOUTHEKN I.EAGUE Night games: Birmingham, at Memphis. 'Atlanta at Little Rock. Ne-.v Orleans at Nashville, Mobile at Chattanooga. NATIONAL LEAGUE New York at Brooklyn. Boston at Philadelphia. Cincinnati at PiUsbunth. St. Iflnis nt Chicago. AMERICAN LEAGUE Detroit at Cleveland. Philadelphia al Boston. Only games scheduled. CAnUTHKHSVILliE, Mo., July 3. —The C.inilheisville baseball team will go lo Armorel. 'Ark., tomorrow afternran. for a game- there Manager Jim Jeffress pronoun- LITTLE ROCK, Ark.. July 3. (UP ced his team "ready" for Armorel. —Little Hock's hankers were Ics'i With the acquisition last week of cpnccrned than anyone else loday Overturf. a righthander -'ami in- over llic-reiiorted drop of $lii.500.000 fielder, lie no\v Ii.is four'.starting in.dcposHs tills year. pitchers. Southpaw l!aird, Overturf. 1 . They said there was no cause to:- KtiK!c nnd L. Scolt. I3ii«le and alarm', attributing tlie slump to two Stott are both righthanders, and major sources: withdrawal of fed- fast bill piu-her,,. I i,. ral W!ll . 1)om , ncnol1ll , s> „,„, ,„„ CanitlK-rsvillc lias won six and shrinkage in tlie deposits of eon-cost four tins yen. The latest, vie- spondcnl bunks throughout iV lory \vas 8-7 in 13 innings last sti ^ c Su:>day over Ihe fast 'New Madrid ' T ,' ,, , , ,, , .| cnoslL , ,1111 ,.„ team, ^,ich rcronlly defeated the conSr b y ' b< ve ?c-wa lev L stroni; Mart.ni. Tenn., aggregation. : ' NE.W YOIIK. July 3. (UI')-Klds bccnihe veterans in a hurry In Hie Krooklyn Dodger "youth mov:- menl," so II wasn't sui-pVLsIng to- ilay that Iwo rookies, placed recklessly into the lineup at critical limes a year ago, were leading them In their pennant drive, in which they have regained first place. First there was lini'ce Edwards. Just off a I rain from Mobile. Ala., lie caughl the first major league game he ever saw and struck a- ipund to handle the Dodger back- slopping reins In !)•> games, missing less than a ilw.cn ul'lcr his arrival, and netting general lurlnlm j ns the best catcher In the loop. | Then Ihere was Ralph Drancn. He hiHl been out. mo.sl of (lie sen- son wllh a sore arm when he gol a sinning assignment against ihe Cardinals wllh instructions lo pilch lo one bailer. Thc Idea was to remove him and Insert lefly Vlv Ixiiu- bardt as i\ means of i-ounlerhn; Ihc h<l(-handed power In Ihe St. Ixiuls lineup, lint i.e o Uwwher, tlien the boss, saw Hint llratica was "in Ihe groove" so lie.daringly lei him I slay and tlie young rlglil-hauder came through \vlih a three-hit .shul- oul. Liisl night n was llic llrancii and Kdwards eoinbimillnii vvhlcli gave Hie Dodgers an 11 In 3 victory >ver Ihe Gianl.s al lirooklyn. Hdwards hit a lln-cc-rui) homer to spark a utne-nm fourlh Inning, llrancii, ulio would liave had a slnil-out exi-epl for hoiuer.s by Wll- lurd Marshall mid i.loyd Gcnrhnail, struck out U) bailers in scoring his llth victory. The Phils knocked Ihc liravcs out of tlie lead at Philadelphia, winning » lo 5 in the ninth inning when Skeeler Newsonie .scored from third mi Phil Musi's passed bull. Karl Torgeson hi! 11 two-rim homer for tlie Dravcs. \ Tlie lied scored eight runs In Ihe fifth In which 13 men batted and Unbe Young got Iwo htls lo dc- fcal Ihe Pirates ul I'itl-sbnrgh, 8 lo (i. liddlo Miller's base-clearing double was thc big blow off oldster Krllx Ostermueller. who hud pitched one-hit ball until that frame. Thc Yaiikec.s falteoed their America n League lead to. B',:_. games with nn easy II to 1 victory over Ihe Senators al New York. Joe Dlmagglo lilt Ills Kill) homeland n single to puce the ll-hit Yankee attack for Alllc- Reynolds, who won his seventh game. Stan Spence hti, a Washington homer. The athletics beat the Red Sox. 1 to 0. at Philadelphia, winning when Sam Chapman singled home liarncy McCosky In ihc ninth. Ted Williams and Bobby Docrr hit Red Sox haulers and pctc snder gol one lor Philadelphia. Hal Ncihouser won his ninth game barely oullnstln K the Indians In a (i lo 5 Detroit victory at Cleveland. A four-run rally In whie.li Kddic Lake hil. n homer clinched Ihe victory for Detroit In Ihc first. The Ilrowns ended u six-game losing slreak at SI. l.ouls. topping the White Snx, 7 to 1 as Jack Kramer scored his sixth victory. He was supported mainly by Jeff Heath and Walt Jiidnich who hll homers. Heath's coming with two on base. St. Louis and Chicago had ipen dale In Ihc National, Once Fee Assumes Role Of Grant Kitle* The, Ark-Mo'«Jlowatt«t..,»i)o have upset two of the Clty 1 8o*t- b.ill Leagues leading tfims.^ get their chaflce for a third "g killing' tonight when they ineet Red Sox. Yesterday's Slar — Sam Chapman of thc Athletics, whose nlnlli In- get their chaflce for a. third "gftht nlng single drove In the winning killing' loiil^ht when they meSThe MIII In a 7 to 0 victory over thc;Sallba Wholesalers .at •• Walker Park \ ' Thc Kllowatcers sUriec the w'i',' jso'n off by, immediately retlrjpi I to Ihc league cellar and fempinM the.re unlll nbotfjt tlire* We«l^ ^fl.i, when they stumbled across Stewui Curky, llielr cuivq bajl arflst Qrk- • ley has «on his la'it t»o slCts ngnlnst, Uo of the leflgue's,,strorig- ' est teams, Loy Elch and tlii"! Indians Purchase Second Negro to Join a Major Niiie CLEVELAND, July 3. (UP)—T|ie Cleveland Indians loday announced vhe sinning of 22-year-old U'lY- ry Doby. luivd-hllllng Negro first baseman from the Newark ('New Jersey) Kagles of the Negro Na- Doby Is the second Negro In history to be brouijht up by n major league Icani. following (Irsl basp- •ri'mi'. Juckle Hr.binson who Joined thc Brooklyn Dodgers tiiis year. Manager Lou Domlreati, In announcing the purdinse, said "In my mind tills is u routine purchase." Doby Is leading Ills league In home runs with lit, and in doubles wllh 10. lie also has slugged, elchl triples nnd has u season batting iiveram> of .456. lioiKheaii lidded thai' "race, creed or color, are t'.pL factors In baseball success, whether it. )>o In thS major leagues or minors, Ability and character arc Ihc only fac- lors." "Doby will ;bo given every chance In prove that, lie has tlie ability to make good with us. The report.s we have received on ills ability lire rjuUlundlng, I hope he can succeed With us UN ho has with other teams." . i Owens Druggists. 'In the second game tonight 'fhe, Slim Johns nine will meet H»y» Store -,j, Auburn End Joins Lions AUEUpN, Ala., July 3.. (UP)— Sim McCltnHn, pass-snugging end ' of the 1940 Aubuin gild team signed a lonliiicl wllh the Detroit Lions of llio National Pro Leaijne. l it was announced lodaj 'S .MrCliukln caught, n pisses from aerial tossct 'In vis Tldwel) for, ,a ' total of 100 imds during the pSik ,' sea.son'lle uccived a degree.,;«' aeronautical e n g i n e e ring this " Spring. ' Sri" !&.-" Mew Theat Manila's ituwi EVBET , Mttlnee S Box Opcni W«-k SO lild. YKT SO MTTl.li Mounl- Whitney, highest nloun- uln in (he United Slates, would not be the \vnvld'$ lilyhesl moun- Inln if it were Ulce Us present lielglit. The average miles on his car iottnlst puts 8COO In a normal ycnv. Legion Fair Racing Dates Set for Missouri Event CARUTHERSVILLE;. MO., juiv 3 —Secretary Harry 'Malloure of'tlie American Legion Pair Association loday announced completion of the 1947 Legion Pair racing program, lo be held at the annual Legion Fair here October 2. 3. 4, and Slii. •Four racing dates are carded, with five races O:t. 2. four O.-1 3 five each Oct. 4 and 5. inchidin;; the Merchants Derby O.-t. 4. offering a purse of S2J0.03. and thc Lerion Derby Sunday. Oct.. 5lh, of- ferin.c a purse of S3M.cn. Tliregmorton and VanClcve are liie s])eed sti"erintcnden!s liiis year, and \v. II. Groves will I.e st.irter. There is no entrance fee. no deductions from purses .and no stall rents. Purses are divided into four monies—50, 25. 15 and 10 per cent. The stall starting nate will again be used. Secretary Malloure stated. Holm-makers vilh frcc7.crs no! only enjoy a plentiful reserve of delicious Irrsli fuml. bill lire alplo lo serve many fruits ami vegetable* onl of regiilnr srn- . - iun. 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