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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 21, 1944
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'COURTERTNEWS Detroit Again Romps On Yanks New Yorkers Now Four Games From Top Spot In-American League >•">-'By Culled Press A little Jeft-handed Richer v,llh a long; racmoiy. Stubby Q\emilre ol UieSetrolt Tigers, Is going after the New Yoik Yankees today The J Tigers, made tiie American Lcgue pennant race virtually a two- club affair as Dizzy Trout gave them their second straight triumph CtohvEfitryls Walking Horse Champion In Mississippi Show JApKSON, Miss,, Sejit. 21 (OP) J Senior PJve-Gnltcd Slaillora ant) —More than 3000 horse show fn»B Geldings: W. S, Hcwllt, Alberts crowded the fair grounds grand over she : Y^nks at Detroit, this time by a score of 8 to 2. That dropped ihe third,place New Yorkers tot four enines , away [rom the 'top, and the fourth place Boston Red Sbx yfelL sjx games away by losing ilo llic Cleveland Indians at Cleveland.*-' ••"''••-•• .-The tribe,.woii that wild contest H. to 10 In 1) mm'ns.wWi Jim Bagby beating Yank Terry. tefty Overmire of the Tigers goes against the Yanks remembering that the champions won the 1943 ' flag by beating him 3 to 1 at the Yankee Stadium last Sept. 25lh. Spud Chandler topped Stubby In a H-Iiinlng duel that day, and this time L Overmire has n chance to drown: Ihe Yankee iwnnant hopes. Tlie^eamcJ place SI. Lo'uls Browns bounced back against the Washington Senators at St. Louts to win their'night game 5 to 2. Jack Kramer won that game for the Browns to put them 'oiin and-a-half games behind the lending Tigers. diet Laabs canic back into the Browiiie outfield in place of Al Zarilla, and the. veteran delivered three 'hits >.j lead his males at bat. • .-:... At Chlca'go the White Sox blasted across'six runs in tiie seventh Inning to defeat the/Philadelphia Athletics C to 1. ; :'••••'-,; - . In tjic National league the PlHs- burgh.Pirales kept their mathematical chances of Lying for the pennant alive by downing the Brooklyn Dodders 2 to 1 at Brooklyn. The Cincinnati Reds and Philadelphia Phillies divided their doutalehcacl- cr aUPhlladelphla with the Phils taking, the opener 3 to 2 and the Reds winning the nightcap C to 4. The Chicago-New York and SI. Louls v Boslon games were postponed. Clear Lake *News Roberta Lunsford, daughter' of Mr. and Mrs % Walter Umsford, is recuperating after a fall from a moving tinij^r,'£J B ,j v ;h[elj| |iiB 'Buffered h broken' left leg'.' The' Woman's Missionary Union of cifar take Baptist, Church will meet jach Sunday afternoon at 0-30 o'clock until further .notice. All njemhers aie urged • lo jttcnct these meetings. .J \ '. ' stand In Jackson last nlghl to see awards mnde in 18 classifications among some or Ihe finest show horses of the South. The fifth annual Mississippi show will coi^Inue tonight with the showing of eight additional classes. Here arc 'first place'winners —• names of owners only: :. Model—walking: B. H. Shannon"; Jackson. Modol-gaited: Mrs. J. W. Beasley, Alexandria, La. Walking Horses: J. H. Grain, Wilson, Ark. - . . : Three-galled: Lorraine- Gnlnes, Crossvtlle, Ala. •"<' ; Ladles Horsemanship: itis. p. II. Eddy, Grcenacres Farm,- ^Jefferson Parish, la. '.'••.:" iSenlor Walking'Geldings: -ICent Stnblas, Pinker, Ln.' • < vllje, Ala. Senior walking Stallions: Mr. and Mrs. Goff, Fayctlcvlllo, Ark. Junior Fine Harness: Mrs. R. 3. Wheclock, corsicana, Texas. Tliree-Galtcd Mare or deltllng: John Robinson, New Orleans. 'Senior Five-Galled Marcs: Mrs. K. 8. Whcelock. Coislcajia. Roadsters: 13. and M. Stables, Blantan. ' .Three-Galled cojnblnatlon; W. S. Hewitt, Albertsvlllc, Ala, ^cgro Grooms Riding Walking Horses: Al Green, Alexandria, fa.. Amateur Boys and Girls: Girls: Joaji Robinson, New Orleans; Boys: Pi }3. Jane.s, Jackson. ';J(in(or - Fivu-Gaited: Spencer H|irk,'Balolf RougC'. '.Anintpur /.Walking llorse.s: Kent Stnhlcs, Fiuker, La. DOPE BUCKET VISIT HEUE Capt. James -Ace PuckclL Is ' n pati.cnt nt the Foster cscncrnl Hospital, Jackson, Miss. The /or- mcrjlocnl junior coach ami later di- S'cclor of athletics at Slmwnce, writes tlmt he is okay but hns been sent lo the Mississippi institution (or a complete physical checkup. It seems that one of his ears hnil failed to fimct.'.w - prop- caused quitq probably from being too close to n couple of explosions while in England. Jt will oc recalled that a Nazi robot bomb destroyed tlic hotel where )ic was staying and came within a few feel of eliminating him. Then another time he was in n pub that was struck by one of the missies, and between the Lwo explosions his oar became injured. Ace says he Isn't, even a bed 'patient and can go to town or any plnce nearby as lie wants to. He feels sure thai he will be dismissed soon and expects to drop aver Blylhvill-way for » chance to tee the Chicks and Shnwnee Indians in practice, if not In. battle. ,Ace i( still has, that ol 1 fcelln' 'for"tmj "pigskin' 'sVorl and longs for the 1 day when this war shall have ended'mid he can return to lake up-where he left off, likely at ShnWn\e.r| "1 urn in the pink of condition," he writes; ; ''Have been, play-, Softball around occasionally. And do yon know; Ji'P.,.-j never evil on the grounds Hint I clon'l llilnk of the old limes back Ihcre and at Shawneo. Besides, it Is September, isn't It?' his next move is since he has been lo n replacement cenler may mean thai desired trip homo.., . Sam slices, who married Connie Sinltli, writes Ihe missus lhat he. has qddctt Ills first rocker under his sergeant .slrlpos, making |t Staff Sergeant, Slkcs. Ho Is stationed nt Gundnlcniial, Cell tral America Personal, to Corp. Raymond.'Cook illi]. Del. S. U. 2155, APQ 83C care I'M, New Orleans, LtO: Thanks, chum, for those kind words you wrote Sam Oiyens at/out the "Dope Ducket. BECOIfl) IS DKUVEO Transferring Don Bcsharse from the Ohicknsaw squad lo Coach "Pop" Moslcy's Papooses, Coach' Arvll Green has delayed the possible setting of n new record for THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1{)44 Nashville Wins Southern Title Memphis Is Beaten In Contest Featured By Heavy Hitting MEMPHIS, Term., Se|)t: 21 (UP) ., ,•,, -Tiie Nashville VoJs are the 1844 Ula " holf , Southern Association champions. .-jP»e yew; o{ 8/g, Experienced Line Gives Missourians Edge Over Chicks The pennant Thi* Bljtheville Chicks may have picked it lartar In the Caruthcrs- vllle Tigers to open llic 1944 grid tomorrow night al Haley 'Tills possibility loomed upon re- ceipl of the rosier of Ihe Tigers which Includes 23 names, more rf Iheni will) at least experlejjc; five fctarling season Field. E| CARUTH^RS^LljE ROSTER Player Col eman Hudgens Dorroh Tlnveat D. Shult Pos . C .. C . G G G Carrel! T Nceley '. T Stroiid T Nashville club bundled up the lhc-ir -lliird grid campaign, tit .last night In an IT to Ifl' 1 T11L ' Caruthersvllle mentor hasn't win over the Memphis Chicks It revealed his probable starling liiie- wus the sixth consecutive playoff "I 1 f>11 ' lll!s contest, which olso victor v for llic Vols, ' marks the initial s|arl for them, Bpth lenms used Jour' pitchers Jn but . !, f , lle so . dcclte , lle cal1 l""l lhc.25-hlt haso jmth marathon that, a fu!1 tcnm of experienced hands saw six runs divided 1 Jit the first ' ' average near the ) 76-pound B. but the Vols swept ahead ' n:ll ' k '" tho linc a » d 155 Pounds 3 In the second ' Inning and in (he 'backfield. -This would give around 105 fa the line and 7 to . . ._ uddcd another marker In ihclliird" thn vLsllors a tremendous weight "I'ho Clilck's retal'laled In'lh'e'eame ndvanlage over Ihe homellngs who box lo wliliUc thc.Voliead lo four .scale r ' •-' •-•••• , I' 45 In Talinadge Abernalhy heM >nent> his ground In Ihe fourlh while his Memphis teammates drove across three runs to drop tiie Vols to a 8 to 7 lead. Four singles In the first of the Ihe ball carrying depurt- Ilave K\K Tackles Ilcadlng llic Tiger squad Is Boyd, this week made the final selection which Includes: J. L. Johnson and John Bruce Wilson, ends; Gerald (Corky) Blomeyer and Joe Nell „„„„„ Ratcllif, tackles; Jlmmle Stratford'Boyd .,, .','. T and Charles Roy Lutes, guards- '{Ing " w Jerome Grey, center; Stan Hood, CaldWi)".'."" E Jim smart, Prank Nicholson and Hooker " E Harvey (Cotton) Pogue, fullback. Breaks E Team In Shape I Clay B- Witli exception of-Nicholson the' 0 ""*™ 1 ' B entire group is In fine fettle' and iHlrwkwell .... B apparently ready for a gruelllii" l Kantor p expected struggle wJlh the Mis- (McCoy B kmrlans. Young Nicholson wiio 'Morgan has been one at the p'leaiam,. s,ur- ""''"" l)rlse bundles of tlic training period, lias been : bothered with a-bruised neck but is considerably Improved. Anxious to give his reserves as much attention as,passible, Coach' Green tossed them .against "Pop" Wesley's Jui»Io.{; in 220-pound tackle, who has earned put letter and is said to be one of the better linesmen in Southeast fifth Inning' netted the Vols two' Missouri circles. Coleinan,' sterling additional markers, but Memphis' ccnteiv'scajcs 195 pound's and bc- Pete Gray and Smith crossed the gins his second year of coinpetl- plalter In the sixth. tjon. Ifudgciis,, 155-pound snnpper- frashvlllc went ahead 11 to 0 In b>ck, is a junior. ll) n eight)) and Memphis mndvtlielr j " Cairell, Boyd's tackle running llnal bid for glory in the^same mute, also is a Junior and tips frame when Gray scored on Char. Hie beam at 180 pounds, and lie Mead's left field double. Istroml, 175-pound Sophomore, giv- I ic game ended with no'scores („(, i| lc Tigers ample power and in the ninth when Ossie McClure 'wc-igbt at the important positions' hit Into a double play.' -.- ' • Baseball Standings AMERICAN LEAGUE Detroit . St. LOUls -, New York Boston ... Cleveland , Philadelphia W. I/, .pet, Dot-roll at 175 pounds with two years of experience under his belt hearts the probable starting «guards. Tmvcatl and D. Shult at 155 and 152 pounds, respectively, are start- Foster WtT 195 155 175 155 152 180 150 175 220 158 157 H7 149 145 155 '130 150 HI ICO 143 No. Expr. 31 50 59 SI CO Gl 50 62 64 >33 53 '52 55 82 0971 10 72 *.' 50 MeFall CREAM lira pint Always delictoui. YOU male any Rovor In 2 minvlei. Please aik your grocer for a lengthy Ilia their, football careers but rale 5 go high n.s prospects. They arc paid so 02 .'............,19.. fi4 7Cj G6 .-535 'to k" fnsi aud• xrfiusually adept, nt ' j4 (j'a '.'^jji whirling out of tl!0 line • to lead ../OB 75- .476jthe inicrlercncc, 01 tl ,.1651' ' "'Two'Fast Ends ••• 06 '17 ".-101 Al Hie terminals are n pair of B2 .42C (cxijerleiiccd -lads who will push the ICO-v/oiuid mark. They me scrimmage to close out, yesterday's practice session. -The team was composed of Dan und Chester Caldwell, J. M. McWilliam-v and Owen Harrison.- backs; Ben Lancashire and Joe Ferguson, ends; Frank rtshby anil Junior Stone, tackles; Billy Koonc'e and James SUiison, guards; Kenneth Byrd, center. Others who got. into the lively and spirited fray were George Pollock II), Kay "Keci" Gill, and Tommy Sylvester. For the Papooses "Pop" opened with'Jack Elliott, Billy Wayne Ms- Farland, Dickie Grceiuvell and Mosc Simon, backs; Harvey Eaton and Joe Lynn "Judy" Wheat, ends; Gerald Reagan and Don Beiharse tackles; Bill Elliott and Bill Bracy, guards; R. B. Hodge, center. Harold Traylor got in at the end before it was over. Chicago Washington ........ 01 NATIONAL LEAGUE W, L. St. Louis B6 45 Pet. King, n second year player, and at least a year . . why and how? Did yon ask Well, It's Pittsburgh Cincinnati Chicago . New York simply this. From the best available Information, checking and double checking. II i has been revealed Hint In (he history of football at Blytlieville High School n»t a single .ton of, a Chick letler- Hiah lias ever been awarded the varsity footbhll "B". Don: is the son of Herman Boslmrso; ft star tribesman during the late '20's and. mlglil have seen enough'action to earn a letter' tliisi year. But" the' Chicks were Hpo wi-li .stocked with terminal Jiinterlal'.Innd Don quite probably would not... god to play regularly. So, (he Big Chief•""si-lit- him back with the juniors where he could eiun a regular berth nu'rt be better equipped for next Jcsv . Thanks to Gregory Atkinti jTHEATRE Manila, Ark. WEEK-DAY NIGHTS Box Office Opens 8—Show Starts at 8:15. SATURDAYS & SUNDAYS Box Office Opens 1 Show Start* 1:18 • Thursday and Friday "OH WHAT A NIGHT" with Edmund Lone, Jean Parker, JIarjoriei Rambeau ,t Alan Dfnclmii Paramount News ' Selected Shorts "COTTON'' ALSO HOSPITAL- , A-S, wlio Is In training wlUi/'tlie ;?,'j?' : i: •'," ;"' ! } Navy at Great Lakes, III., for the •Jplcs of die "Grcnl Lnkcs Bullc- In." dregory, who letteretl in" and showed conslder- ,blc promise as a court .artist— ml 1 do mean baseball—got In w the lust hnl/ of a great bnsc- iall season nt Great Lnkcs. Tlic Sailors, under Lieut, Cradr. Mickey :ochran,lheBafcball Officer, won i8 of 50 starts. Their last triumph vas n 17-4 drubbing of the Clcvc- and IiKllans. They won their first 23 stnrLs, then fell before the Ford \ll-Stars, 2-1. Tlic Sailors gained weet revenge later. Lyiuvood ^Schoolboy) Rowe, tlic former El Dorado, Ark., prcxluct who played Herbert "Cott6u''';-:.<3i'ahain .Jr., Ihe tow-headed youngster'who was ranked king of Hie caddies when he'was'In knee pants and mnde the rounds ns, nsslstanU lo Ihe regular golfers al the Blytheville Country-Club, whiles his parents, Mr. 1 and Mrs. Graham, lliat he has just been released from Ihe liospilul on Quoin where he is stationed with tlic Sea Bees. Junior did not say whal the trouble, was, if there was any, but did state thai he was okny now. fie enclosed « Japanese ten-dollar wlllinin as n souvenir . . . . and Mrs. B. J. Allen have been informed by soil Jimmy (Tuffy) that he has been sent back lo Hawaii for a bit of rest . The crslwhilc tlnr Chick guard participated In ihe Invasion of Saipan and Tininn nnd, in his own words, "had a big lime." . ... Over, in Italy Pvt. Herschell Beslmrse .whites lhat he has' jutl been dismissed from the rest camp: Herschell wanders what CHICKASAW West Mala Near zirt 8t . Bit rtarts 12:15; Son. »tart» 1:45 Night shows 5:45 Except Monday, opena 6;45 Continuous shows Bat. and Son. v Last'Time. Today Double Feature "A NIGHT TO "REMEMBER" I.orct(a>Young & Brian Ahernc —* - and "MEXICAN SPITFIRE'S BLESSED EVENT" ** ' with Ekz 4. Lion Errol Boxlon . .. Brooklyn . 33 SO 00 03 58 58 .•108 Yesterday's Results SOUTHERN LEAGUE '. i .(Blayoff)i-,', s Nnshvllle fl, 1 Mcmpli|;rid '-. ; N ., AMEniGAN LEAGJUii'' Detroit-8,.fj<>iviOfoi'ir2.'~ , Cleveland 11;! Boston 10 (13 In- nlngs.) • St. Louis 5, Wnsliington 2. - Chicago £,• ^Philadelphia 1, NATIONAL LEAGUE i j Pittsburgh '2r Brooklyn 1. Chicago at'^jew York, rain. 7St. Louis nt fiay s Games -NATIONAL .Chicago nl' New' St. Louis til no Pittsburgh . Clncinnnti. at Phllnderphili two night. '... . ) ('; ASIERICAN LEAGUE ' 'i New York nt Detroit. Ch '-V; Boston at Cleveland. Washington itt St. Louis, night. Only gnmes scheduled. .681 'CfiMtvell, who has performed two .589 seasons already. .507 I Remainder of the line candidates .415 scale in the vicinity of 15S to 105 .450 ijiuimls nnd are listed as without .414 previous experience. •414 Not-unlike UK usual prep ochool, ic hacks .run the scale from 130- I'louncl Blaskwell lo Shult, n shifty IGa-poiiml • back. The four with at leasl one scnson of experience 1 are Cantrell"(155). a Sophomore; Morgan! (180J and. Pierce (153), who were members of the 1943 aggregation, \ t, ;. \ ;..'i .; ' Si'nce t'hi = tigers-are r prying off the'lid just 'like Ihe Tribe 'their Ivuc strength Is studded with [)iu's- Uon, marks. Some may be erased iiroimd Bi'.o'clock when the struggle eels'.puller, way. Goach Arvil- Green s|)cnt inosi'of" yeslbr'dny's" 'drills' with his' selccled " " strihgers ,as - he strove to polllh up the team play and sharj)-- enllhcir timiiiB. The chieftain hns prctly basy trying to get the bestj available combination and only New Theatre Manila's Finest Shows Nighlly 8:00 P. M, Matinees Saturday & Sunday Best Washed Air Cooling System Last Time Today "IN OUR TIME" with Ida I.uplno & Paul Hcnreld i Fox News & Short . • Friday , Of NEVADA' ••••• with --. ,' Itpy Ilogers ; - • Scml i- Short with Delroil nnd Philadelphia in ihe majors, is the leading swatter with a mark of .430, driving In 25 runs with 3-1 hits in 70 times at bat. Among the regulars Whttey Plat, the big blond outfielder, was lops with .429. 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