The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 10, 1947 · Page 4
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PACK SIX BI/miEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWB Mound Duty is Greater Factor Than Home Runs in Deciding Who yW// Be in '4 7 Wor/d Series By CARL LUNDQUIST (United Press Sports Writer) NEW YORK, July 10. (UP) — Baseball's all-stars came down to earth today, leaving the skies free to'flying'saucers and (he fans free to figure 'out'—If they can.— who will win the National League flag. if; anything was proved in Tucs- <ia>''s. mlci-seasoi! "mcllerdrama" at Wrtgley Field In. Chicago, It was tln't even in this year of home runs ,to? practically everybody, good pitching still provides the iHithoii- tj'-ivhen tlie. chips .are down. The greatest 'sluggers in the game yWcre In the all-star classic, but so were the greatest pitchers nut! at the '.finish It. was the liuvlers who were the heroes as the American League chalked up a 2 to 1 victory I over the Nationals. Paradoxically,' it was. the lowest scoring game in the 14 years oj'the series. That being the case, it appears I logical that the team best fortified [ with--pitchers from here on out should worm its way to the front at the. finish in the weird National League race in which six cluta still are very much in the pennant running. And because the defending: world j champion St. Louis Cardinals and ] the consistent Boston Braves seem ; to have the most solid selection of i front line pitchers, they are likely to -liave an edge that the but-happy \ New York Giants and the young and spunky Brooklyn Dodgers cannot surmount. | For the Cardinals, still In fotirOi pla'ce despite a fine home stand" i:: which they won 13 out of 17 gamc3, their Eastern road trip which begirt tonight against the Giants in the polo grounds may be a "make or'break" junket. Beaten seven out of nine times by the Giants this season, they must play them five games in three days "with double headers on Friday n nil Saturday utter which they must play a (hiril straight twin bill with the Hraves in Boston on Sunday, Dyer Has Four Star ITurlcrs Manager Eddie Dyer now has -"oiir dependnble ilingers In Goori'c Mitnger, wlio has won 7 and lost I, Harry Brechecn with a 0-5 record, Al- Brazie at 8-4. and rookie Jim Hearn, his s'n-pri-re package wi'.h 5-3 mark. Murry Dickson, one of his best last year, nlso appeared 10 be coining out of Ills early'season doldrums, having hurled a four- hit shutout in his last start, but Howie Pollct, the 1940 ace, remains ; question mark. 'Billy Soulhivorth's Braves, who apparently were helped tremendously, by the deal in which they acquired the sulky Bill Voiselle from the Giants, how have four front Uric pitchers in Warren Spnhn iu 11-3. Johnny Sain 10-5, Charley Barrett B-6. 'surf Voiselle 3-S. The Dodgers, setting the NntlonM League pace one gs-me uhenri of the Braves, have had only two dependable moundsmen in Ralph " Branca 12-6, and rookie Harry Taylor 7-2. With the third place Giants it is strictly a case of (he hitlers overpowering "ie opposition and the hui'lcrs going along for the ride. In the American League the Vankces, rifling an eight-game winning streak, start a long Western trip against the Browns in Si Louis and if they continue at something close to the pace they have set recently, they may make a runaway of the race. .'they have mi eight gainfi inuri;m in first place and what helps their cause is that none of the so-called contenders, the Tigers, Red Sox and, yes iliat's right, the Athletics, can t*et off on a good winning streak. The /Uliletics opeij at Cleveland, the Red Sox at Detroit nnd the .Senators at Chicago in other American Le.-ifeMie games ivhlly in the National, besides the Giant-Cardinal series, the Culxs play at UroDk- lyn, !bc Pirates at Philadelphia and the Hods at Boston. 16 Pro Linksmen Tee Off in Annual Inverness Meel TOLEDO. O-. July iO. I UP) — Professional golfs most exclusive sho-.v opened today when n; ol Ihe nations top pros teed off in the 10th annual Inverness Invitational four- ball (ounmment. Under the unique Inverness system, the field was divided into eiiiht two-man tonms. Each team will piny every other team a bcst-bn'l match, with the tournament winner determined by the total number of holes won minus the total number of holes lost for the seven rounds. Two of the duos in this year's field are past winners of the $!•),500 tournament, lien llofjan 'uul Jimmy Demaret won it lust, yeru- nnrt in 19-11, while Lnwson Little and Lloyd Miuif-rinn'werc the 1942 victors. The winning combination of 10M. Sam SnCiUl ami Vic. Ohezsi, buth were in this year's field, but with different partnere. ancad will play with Gary Middlecoff. the Memphis dentist who recently turned pro. while Ghcitfl has been paired with rotund Eil Oliver. 'Biggest and Toughest' tVRDN'RSpAY, JULY 9, 1947 Rubber-tired steam locomotives limy be' seen on the highways of England. They are used lo pull freight trucks. City's Champ Step Nearer to '47 Golf Title C-.'ori!i' Hu^'-i-ii'd Jr.. Blyl''-evillc's h's*. -.ear city ?.olf chair.pion, took! ci:e muro step toward .succo-ssfully! <lefemlini; liis life yesterday when' he -left-ted 'Hill Godwin 4 and 3 in ^ cjuartcr-final Jiiateli of the Bly- l)»!Villc Country Clubs '1947 city Grii Toum-mi-Mil. Ifiibh'iid will meet. Dr. John Culia'ian of Smelt-, Mo. in a senil-1 I in-.' n:.''_c!i next week. Call'x'ian' ^dvai'.'X'd to Uie setni-rounds by virtue of a 7 :-.;K| 0 win over BudcK- Ten-;' in ;i -jii-irlcr-rouml matcii >i'st(!rd;iy jiftcrnoon. In othsr nvUcliWi yostt-rtriy. Ijoyj B. -Eich :idv:in::ccl to iho somi-1 iin-.ils of the ciiampionslii]) fli-!lil| roiiMjliition Ijy defeating Kav. liar- ' vcy rr. Kid-i -1 and 2 and Dr. O. \V. Illnj-hind of -Stcele advanccil in iho x?nii-fi!'.-.!.'s of the first flisnt < insolation by dcfCMtinj; Charlss CriLV4Cr Jr., 4 and 2. <w \ ^^,4«Kfc%#vT'•->..« *.,»r - ^'^ J *f ~* ' !,f"" ' ' - *"'^- • „? ;, nTircn«a'm i i,?Brrnni n r Jt ;h i ;! 1 v's cs ' cic this Ark-Mo Softball Team Seeking Another Upset The Ark-Mo Kilowntlers. the most unpredictable tc.-ini in tiic .City 'SafU-all Lc:i|;iie. will meet ihe Sum Johns 'Smokehouse ninn in Uic. first (janic of tonight's Ipn- Ijiio -'lily sit Wn'kcv p.iik. l-.'jnnai-l-ed nt the beginning ol HIP EtasMi as the Icnguc'.s weakest tei>ni. the Kilownttcrs thuinbe'l tlieit- noses nt the so-called cxpcr:.-i when they unset the Loy Eieh nine it few weeks ago nncl bounced buck the 'nHowii-f- week to do the Siime to the itot-Lic-lcading Owens Dnig- "ist'i. ProL'ajle smrters in this conle.'t are Stewart Gurley tor the Kilo-, waiters mid L. W. IPilxInigh for the Johns nine. In tonight's second gsmie the top-seeded Saliba Who'ostilers, la^t year's lenf-iic ch'nnpion.i. will meet the Icngtic-lcnding Owens Drnj-- gisi.s. The DniBgisLs defeated 'the Wholesalers 5 to 1 in their fii.it moi'lit!-- last May 22. 12 to Rocket Roster CHICAGO. July 10. (UP) _- •!•!••• Chicago Rcckets of the All-Ainc-i- cn Professional Football Lentjiie -ui- nouncerl today that it liad a<l'U- 1 t \\'c can ri-lnn'lil x shoe fnnn »lieel to toe — ^i-iiicb jircoiints Jfor the oxiH'i-tncss of our repair • ts'ork. \Vitli new shoes costing Jso much, lake care of nil ,vour ,shucs—exti'ncl their wear — have • us rc|Kitr. | HALTER'S ! Quality Shoe Shop 12 men to the roster of players wl'o will converge on the team's TWJ Rivers. Wis,. training i:amj> July IS for .10 days of drillinc under He.ul t'nacli .Jim Crowlcy before opening iho season's play. THEATRE Manila, Ark. Thursday ;i nl ) Frida "THE BEST PICTURE OF THE YEAR!" — Heddo Hopper Good All the Month of July Come to Our IS ALE Get One for Ic $3.25 Two for Only $326 NOVETY COOKIE JAR $2.95 Get One for Ic Hibbard Golf Balls ; < Built for Long DisJ-ance Drives <tu(oina(fc Hcat-C'onlroilcit iron that will turn tun your fhu-st fabrics willi tlic iirr- focl fiiiiili. One for $9.95 two $9.96 MOWIHG MACHINE OILER \ TftJRDY CASTING ROD 15c $1.00 each Two for Only $].( COPING SAW dimpled teddy fceu- leads m double li cookie j«r ornament. Get one for Ic Get one for Ic Get one for Ic Get one for Ic Plastic Tank Floats PlasHc Two Cell Kvcry home needs and depend able. specially for J low or narrow Get one for Ic Get one for Ic Get one for Ic All Soles Final AM ni r I :i V. n i wlii IP cirutii^l- iWTf' cfl ^"n'un'' mW^-Jji ihrlfVsivc U" xt.V. $1.95 Get one for Ic No Exchanges No Refunds . Samuel Goldwyn's The BEST Years of Our Lives' starring Myrna Loy. Fre'dric March Oana Andrews .Teresa Wright Virginia Mayo Hoagy Carmichael Diretred b r William Wyfer s^een P h r b r Robert E. Sher wood News and Slmrl Admission 50c and §1.2(1 New Theater Manila's Finest Shows EVERY NIGHT Matinee Saturday & Sunday Box Opens Week Days 7:W p.m. Bat-Ban. 1 p.m. Cunt. Bbawta) Last Time Today "LOVE LAUGHS AT ANDY HARDY" with Honila Gram-ilk-, Mickey Rnnnoy Also Shorts Friday "DRIFTIN' RIVER' ;i PKC IMcliirc ivitli Kclilin Dean Selected Sliorts Open at 7:00 p.m.; Starts 1:30 p.m. T.iisl Time Today "THREE WISE FOOLS" will. 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