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EIGHT BLYTflEVILLE (ARKJ COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1347 VolS Defeat Pebs ^lytheville Sportsman Named l$oflballer$ MOYC • it ii-iV Sportsman of the Week by In 43-Hit Game r. Nashville Extended Into Extra 'Inning > To Break 13-13 Tie i,ATLANTA, Ga., July 12. (UP)— "Southern Association (lingers who sometimes make like firemen did n double take of the latest casualty itsts today and sent up a cry of i'keep us on the bench a little loriger." I Two nights ago, Chattanooga's 'Alex Zukowski rushed ln : in .the tenth to help stifle a Memphis blaze »nd moments later found himself blamed for a loss. It was the same tune, only second verse, for At la'nta righthander Shelby Klnney. who spun only briefly in the ninth against New Orleans. 1 And last night at Nashville, Little Rock righthander Al Picehola felt the snme way. He was summoned from the bullpen in the ninth, his wnrniup all right. But jhe Vols touched him for one rur In the tenth, just enough to break BR 13-nll deadlock, win the bnl game and hand Plechota a licking i SIdcarmcr Pete Mallory was luckier. He wheeled in in the tenth for I Mort Stern, United Press sports British Columbia anil many states writer, in his weekly column "Hunt- lot the United Slates, ing and Fishing In Arkansas" no-1 Ward credits Berry Brooks of mlnatcd l> L. Ward. Jr., or Bly- Memphis with first Interest Ing him :hcvllle, as the "Arkansas Sports- (In using the camera. Urooks Is prc- iian of the Week." sently heading nn expedition In the Ward, owner and operator of the i African veldt. Red Top Gin here, was praised by | To the potential camera hunter. Stern for his ability as a wild game photographer, as well as a hunter. He aas termed by Stem as a "camera hunter deluxe" Tlie article follows: For Arkansas's Sportsman ol the Week, we nominate L. L. Ward, Jr., of Blythevllle who hunts big and little game with a movie camera and Smokehouse Boys Advance by Licking Electricians 23 to 6 16-millimeter color film. Ward has done his hunting In many places over the world, and his plans include a lot more. But the mosl Important aspect o( his hobby Is the possibility it holds for hunlcrs | right here at horns. "Every citizen of this state has ample opportunity to hunt and photograph some species of game. Ward says. "Nothing Is more beautiful llinn movies of bird dogs on point or mallards pitching Into the blocks, a deer hunt in Stone, S',. Francis or Lee Counties or near Elaine. "And never let. anyone say when i ,. . ..x,,, vou net a picture of a fine gobbler pashvllle and got credit for the J™ 8 £, ,, t , [|mc [ln<1fclo t s of win. Before that, Ihe Pebs had used Ward recommend* this equipment: The ^ hotrtco f or first place a Ifi-inllllmeter camera wilh maga- '" ,, lllc »iy»>eville Y*s City bo "ine loa nt Vast one Iclepho'.o"»'" ^^ ""'become about :,s <M. 102 am!I 152 mlllmele.) nnd it. complicated as the natton's fore^n ' •*idc angle lens (15 mllll- )ollc S'' a , ml u e , *=™ Jol 'n* Smoke- good light meter; « ",<>»•« nine added their bit to mus- b sing up the affair by drubbing Charlie's Electric 23 to 6 In :i innk-3- up game at Walker, Park last night. By virtue of the win, the S/tickc- | house Boys moved Into a first place lie with Ihc Salib'a Wholesaler.': and Loy Eicli, and left the Owens Druggists wiili sole ownership cf second place. The Johns' nine scored In every inning but the sixth and usn-J every player on the bench in hanging up their seventh victory of ilin sea- least one mclcr); a good light meter; a strong, waterproof carrying case: and above all a thorough knowledge o[ your rlflu and hosv to use it. Forrest City Nine To Play Osceola [Team Tomorrow OECItOLA, Jlliy 12, ola Indians wiX be — The Osce- secking three hurlers and the Vols four. All together, they let 43 smacks go for hits for both sides. .'. Meanwhile, New Orleans nncl Mobile kept up Ihelr neck-nnd-neck race for top place. *, The second-place Pelicans blasted Atlanta 11 to 1. George Diehl. recently traded to New Orleans by Jthe Crackers, turned In a four-hit crusher, while his mates were getting 15 off Byron Cook, who lost, and Roy Bush, one a homer by George Stumpf in the second with one aboard. Ralph Ellis matched that in the third for Atlanta with pone on. i In Mobile, the Bears got sweet 'revenge for those two defeats at the hands of Birmingham by whitewashing the Barons, 0 to 0. This, despite the fact that John Hall gave up eight binglcs, just one less tha the Barons got off Jack Teagan. failures." Ward says the least populated and least hunted areas In Arkansas offer Ihc best possibilities for camera hunting. But even then It Uc- penrts upon what a person wants ,o photograph. Ward is not merely a camera hunter. He learned to use a gun while he was quite young. But he has found his extra versatility at both kinds of "shooting" has paid well in the satisfaction that only n spurtsman can realize. In his collection of trophies live white tall riccr. mule deer, lion, juguar, wolf, coyote, javlllna, rtis- sian boar, black bear, brown bear, cinnamon bear, giiraly bear, Ijnclgcr, coatl-mundl, elk, bobcat and many others. He has "hunted" In South Africa. twelfth win.of the season and tlioir *<"'• '" W. KHzhugh worked on the Ililrd straight in lour days, to-' mound for the- Smokers aiul gave morrcw aftcrn.Dn when thcv meet way to Dick Uoark in tlie fifth ;n- ihc Forro-l City independents at nlnis after Ihey had collccu-d all Ihc O.sccola lllgli Schol athletic; H'clr 23 lalllcs. 1 field at 3 o'clock. \ Lloy<l KoonU, Johns' calclie:' Lefty Alexander will probably paced the victors at the plate wiMi work on the mound lor the In- a home run, iwc- singles and iwi. dlans with 'P.V1 Ccniicrs on hand wallu in five trips. His circuit blow in can5 d relief 'job is necessary, camu in Ihe second inning '.viUi Very little is known of the Forrest, l;\o males aboard. It was ills first Cardinal and Giant Players Tired Bunch After Twin Bill NEW YORK. July 12. (UP)— which St. Louis got five runs and Nc*' York G'.aivt, Manager Mo". Oil New York got eight. Sid Gordon was/ :back where he started today, hit * three-run homer before Hai'- woiKlerinu if Clint Hartung Is a tung blasted .his fourb.xggcr, iurl pitcher, an outfielder—or neither. Hill Rlgney fo'ldwed Hartung will) The Texan, who came out of another .homer. Oordon, Rignev the Army to the Giants in sv bla'« and Willard Marshall later hi', of publicity which indicated he two-run homurs as the Giant;; was the holiest thing lo hit base- scooted to a 117 to 9 win. St. Louis ball since Pepper Martin's rnudcnt won the first BMiic, 4 to 3, on hand, gave Oil fits as lie 'played three-run [hcmer by Dei Rice and he outfield like I/con Errol on a homer by Ron 'Northey. Dave roller skates. But he did hit haul, Koslo, who started the first game is per publicity. He had won '& for the iGlants «nd was lifted, \voi ics as .an army pitcher, so Ott the second game in relief. HaiuniR on the hill. The "phc- Brooklyn ran its ''.eaguc lead to no:iv" won four in a row, then lost three rr«nes by whipping Chicago': three. Cubs, 5 to 0, on Vie Lombavdi's He started against the Cardinals four-hit pitching. Every Dodger go Thursday night and was bitted out, nt least one hit as Brooklyn woj n the second inning. Yesterday he ,arnc on in relic I in the second game ol a. twin bill and again was batlcd out. lint while he w.-s in tiie gf.inc 'ho hit H two-run homer. Martinis Hits Homer Hiu'tuiiB'.'i homer cumc in the course of a wild first inning in ning provided tha winning run. Tlie 'Athletics ended a six-game losing streak with a 4 U) 2 -victory over Cleveland. George Binks horn- red for the whmer«, ami 'the tie- idi>iK run scored in the seventh lining on Sam Ohapman'fi single. :d Rcbjison homered for the In- iiin.s. Yesterday's Glar—:Vic Lombard! H Brccklyn, who shut cut ihc Cubs in four hits to gain his first vic- or.y as a starter this season. City club, nitiimgor Steve Ralph stated. The Indians defeated the Lepau- lo Independents 6 to 5 behind '.he brilliant s'x-hit hurling of Mclvin | Waggoner Wednesday night. They defeated -the Memphis Tower and | round-tripper of the season. Charles Moore paced the Electricians wilh two singles in three trips- Langlcy homered for the losers wilh the bases loaded in the sixth inning. The Phillips Molor-Ark-Mo Pow- Llghl semi-pro teem by the samejcr make-up game scheduled to he ;;core Thursday night. Paul Mick- played last night was postponed CROTCH ITCH - AfonlilnR, Itching torture from Croull ,ttch iPrurltusl Faa[ Itch (Athlete's Pool). Barber's rich. Factory Itch, nlnffwrnm. 'RlTiKwarm c[ the Scilp knd other Itchlnf 'due to runRUt InterUoni !» relieved tt •oner on cont«rt. vElh spcrl.lly prepared. : icitnrlllc Randrate. A Itquldr eEein la use. orliilnaled by • D«Tm*t'Jlagl»t. First hotrif guaranteed to please. 8ect prepaid, 'upon --'-» 'M f'trr Mle. ' ' ROTHROCK DltUG CO. Prescription Specialist* •20o West .Main . 1'hono 4S1 Homer Malncy nailed down half of Ihe Bears' lallics with', a three- run homer in the first. Hal Toenes put a six-hit hex on Memphis at Chattanooga as the Lookouts ma.de the most oi their nine hits and won going away. 0 lo 1. Jack Snnford, in the third with one aboard,, and Gil Conn, in the fifth with Ihc sacks empty, ho- mered lor Chattanooga, and the Lookouts coasted the rest of the way. New Orleans at Birmingham Is the only game scheduled tonight. weed went the route for the dians in this centrist. Yesterday s Results SOUTHEKN I.liAClUE ChnUar.caga 6. Memphis 1. .Nashville 14, 'Little Rock 13 (10 innings). New Orlnins 11. Atlanta 1. ' Mobile C, Birmingham 0. AMERICAN LEAOtTK Boston 4-0, Detroit 3-3. Philadelphia 4, Cleveland 2. New York 3, St.. Lcuis 1. Washington 4. Chicago 3. 1 NATIONAL LEAGUE Tlrooklyn S. Chicago 0. Pittsburgh 1. Phi'adelphla 2. St. Louis 4-0. Nu\v York 3-11. Cincinnati .10. Boston 0. until a later d,tte. Ace Freeman Stages Return To Mat Arena Arkansas Outstanding ENIERUINMENl MIDGET AUTO RACES Mississippi Co. Fairgrounds July 13, 2:30 p.m. Sponsored by DUDCASON POST 24 of the American Legion Admission 60c Today's Games SOUTHERN M?AOUK New Orleans at, 'Blnnlnt'iii'.m. Only fitmc scheduled. AMERICAN LEAGUE New York at St. Louis (2). <Wn.th1r>Bton at Chicago. Boston at 'Detroit. Philadelphia at Cleveland (2). NATIONAL LEAGUE St. Louis ut New York (2). Chicago at Brooklyn (2). Cincinnati at 'Boston. Pittsburgh oi Philadelphia. Assault and Stymie Vic For Earning Leadership NEW YORK, July 12. (UP), — Assault and Stymie, vying for the all- limc leadership in earnings, were pitted against three other thoroughbred stars today in the $50.000 added Butler handicap, a mile-and- Ihrcc-slxtccnthK test at the Emph City-at-Jamaica meeting. Stymie is the current leader ii winnings wilh $595.510, a sum h reached by winning the Sussc: handicap last week. Assault, wlv I had been leading, now is second with $510.670. Ace Freeman, a big Syrian who hns wrestled here on many occasions, will return to the American Legion Arena Monday night for the first time in nearly two years, Mike Meroney, Legion matchmaker and rcferrcc, staled today. Freeman is' a senior heavyweight in the 200-pound plus class nnd for i a number of years made his bread and bulter money by keeping company with some top rate boxers; The I f'ery tempered mayhem merchant i will pnir with Joe Welch In a lac I mulch'' with "Handsome Willie" Innny and Buck Upscomb as op- lonents. Meroney denied reports that Canly would appear on the Memphis aid Monday night, stating that 'Handsome Willie" .would definile- y wrestle here. Llpscoinb,' who made his . before Blylhcvlllc fans three werJks igo, Is of French-Canadian des- :cnt and has a temper that is ms lot as a depot stove. The diminutive neany lias emerged on the short end of every match that he has ap- carcd In since his arrival here. He and Canny have a lot in commoi inasmuch as they both have no idea what a rule book looks like. In the two one-fall preliminary matches, Canny will meet. Freeman r.nd Welch will swap with Lipscomb. its fourth in a row and sevcnt! straight frc-in Chicago. Ewell Tlladtwell of Ihe Cincinnai Herts staggered lo His 1.1th victor) In a row, bv/Jng 'Boston 10 lo as the (Brave?, fnadc 1 six. errors am allowed -six unearned runs. Tlx Reds got 12 hits off loser Joli Sain and il-.'s successors and Black- wnV, allowed 11 hits in winning his i5th victory iicainst two losses. Yiinks Strcnsthen l.racl Pittsburgh brat the Phillies. 1 Lo 2. on 'Ernie Ronham's six-hit .hurlins. Ralnh Kinder hit a two- run honvcr for the •Pirates, bis 21s 1 . foui-baggcr. and De: Enni.s and An<lv Scminick go' Phil homers . Tils New York Yankees stretched their .American L?agun lead to nin gaincs \vitli a 3 to 1 conquest of U-e St. Louis Browns. The Yanxs p.ot only three hits off Ellis Kinder •iy.it. cue b'ow was John Lindell': two-run double aftei- a single aiu ; a walk. Allie Reynolds held St Louis .to six hits. Detroit and 'Boston split. The Red Sox won 'the cpenor. 4 lo 3. rn two-run doubles by Bob Dccrr I get auto races would be held at and 'WKlly Mos&s, but the Tigers Walker Park tomorrow afternoon. regained second place—by one por- The Pickers defeated the Zebras (i to 5 in Pint! Blurt June 25 behind the brilliant relief pitching of Kenneth Merrill, the Pickers' ace hurl- cr. Merrill will frobably start against the Zebras in tomorrow's contest. Butcalis will probably start A1)O1")K)N NOTICE John B. IVj'not 1 shall take notice that on th? lllh day of July, 1C4-1. a petition was filed by H. T. LeAls in tlie prcbite Court for llic Chirkasawha District of Mississippi County. Arkansas for Ihe ntioption of a certain person ivcncd Antcncttc Rnynor. Now. unless you iippc-'tr wibhin L'O days after the dato of tills notice ami stiow cause against such application, the petition t:hall be taken os confessed ami a decree of adoption entered. Dated this 11th day of July. 1D17. ELIZABETH 'ULYTHK Clerk. 7112-19 Zebras to Play Cotton Pickers Here Sunday Two Barnes will be played at the Air Bnse diamond lotnorrow afternoon with the Blythevllle Cotton Pickers meeting the Pine BluII Zebras in the first game at 1:45 and Mead's Elylheville Tigers playing the Blytheville lioute Two Lookouts in the nightcap. j V'lie Tiger-Lookout came was j transferred to the Air Base" dia- [mond after it was learned thai mid- tor the Zebras. The big righthander started tiic season ofT with a bang by holding Hot Springs to 13 innings before dropping the game by a one-run margin, but lias had considerable trouble in recent games. His last start was against the North Little Rock Wildcats July 5. Other members of the Pickers jrobable starting line up are Leon Ashby, first base; Alvln Duclos or Charles Keller, second base: Jack Duclos, shortstop; Clifton Wixson, bird bass; Lloyd Koontz, catcher; Harold Ward, left field; Bob Mul- cn. center field; and Bill Long, right field. The Pickers will enfer the Amer- can Legion Junior Baseball District tournament' to be held at the American Legion Park in Joncsboro next Thursday, Coach Moe Whitley announced today. Pairings in the tourney play have not been announced. The Mead's Tigers and Blytlicvillc Route Two contest will feature the probable pitchers duel between A. W. "Prit?," West, of' the Lookouts and Frank Ellis, oi the Tigers. This will ue the second meeting of the two teams, with the Lookouts having defeated the Tigers 2 to 1 in 10 innings May 11. Both teams arc members of the Mississippi County Amateur Bascbrfll League. centage point—as Frank Over mire shut out Boston on four .hits In the nightcap, 3 lo 0. Hoot Ever.s batted in two runs in the sixth inning with ei sinff'e, and Hal Wanner homered. • Washington took sixth place from Chicago fo}| edging the Wiiite Sux. 4 to 3. Doubles by Joe Grace anil Mickey Vernon in Die eighth In- IT'S ME FOR: quick jnd simpb, ysl nilrac- live rneals. Timo for Irosh serving ideas lo p?rk up willed summer appetites. So lake nolo of iheso timely features in tlio July Belter Homes & Gordons: JOUV MEflLS FOR JULY- DRESS UP YOU!) FSESH-flir; MCC.LS ACCENT ON WORKSaVERS Your July Boiler Homos & Gardens magazine is a gala issue-benl on speeding you thru summer doldrums in sparkling good heallli and good humor. ON SAtE AT YOUR NbWSSTAND TODAY Ferrier Defends Crown PEORIA. 111., July 12. (UP) — Jim Ferrier, PGA champion, teed off in defense of his Peoria Open crown at the 1941 renewal of the annual tournament today. The competitors will v>!ay 18 holes today with Ihc final 'JG holes"scheduled for Sunday. Prize money lor pros totals $5,000. Parker Faces Moylan In Net Semi-Finals SPRING LAKE. N. J. July 12 (UP) — Top-seeded Frank Parker of Los Angeles faced young Edward MoylAi of Hollywood. Cal.. in Ihe semi-final round of the men's singles in the Spring Lake BalhhiB and Tennis Club Invitational tennis tournament today. The othcr^ semi-final matched sc- cond-scc<ied Gardnar Mulloy of Miami. Fla., and Ihird-smlcd Billy Talbcrt or Wilmington, Del. Parker won his quarter-final round yesterday with surprising case Irom I5i:: Dob Falkcnburg of Hollywood, Cal., 6-0, 6-2. BASEBALL STANDINGS SOUTHERN LEAGUE W. L. Mciilc 53 Orleans .......... 58 Nashville Chattanooga Binraigham AtV.nta Mempliis Little (Rock 45 48 4!i 43 3^ 32 33 35 •13 Pet .6'll .617 .511 .511 .439 .473 .402 .318 t-5v>^59 {^15 ^& Vw55 Wi'vJ Vv^J Ww5 EAT COOL FOOD at the DIXIELAHD Representatives Meet For Diamond Debate WASHINGTON. July 12. (UP) — House Republicans anrl Democrats take time out for seven fast (?) innings of baseball loclay but any Senators on the field will be playing 1 hookey frohi tile tax bill. Tlie game marks the revival of. the Congressional Baseball IjCae'iC which passed out of the picture a- lons with tires and full gas tanks nt the beginning of the war. All tlif: proceeds — even the players will have lo pay tlieir way Into Griffith Stadium — will go td the Washins- on boys clubs AMERICAN LEAGUE W. I.. Nc\v (York 49 Detroit . Boston Cleveland . Philadelphia. Washington Chicago . 38 SO 33 37 33 3) Louis 25 21 33 34 33 38 38 42 45 Featuring Delicious / Chicken-N-Basket With Hot Rolls & French Fries • Steak • Chops • Delicious Seafoods DIXIELAND CAFE Highway 61 North at Holland, Mo. Phone Steelc 17F22 NATIONAL LEAU0E •W. L. Brooklyn ........... 45 111 Bristol) . . .' ............ 41 31 cw York ............ 3D 32 t. Louis ----- _______ T>9 30 linclnncUi ........... 39 3D Chicago ............. 35 39 hilado:phia ......... 32 45 iltsblirgll .......... 23 45 Hogan and Demarct Lead Inverness Golf Tourney TOLEDO. O, July 12. (UP) — Defending champions Hen Hogar nnd Jimmy Demaret. lending the Inverness best-ball golf tournament had a ehance to virtually sow ur Ihc lillc loday as they met Ihc second-place Ed Furgol-George Sch- onx learn in Ihe first of two daU rounds. Hognn and Demarct had a plus 1 lioinU for t'»o dnys plays and Fnr- gol-Schoux had plus 10. Closest of the six other star two-man teams was Lew Worsham of Oakmont. Vfl., and John Palmer of Badtn. N C.. \vllh pins one. Pet. .Ci3 .515 .S31 .510 .403 .!fS .455 .357 Pet. .592 .554 .519 .520 .50i> .481 .418 ,39'J Help Wanted Office Maiinitfr anil Bookkeeper. Man preferred, food salary, noud working conditions and permanent position. Job requires person that is A-l bookkeeper. Call 801 or see Tom A. I.iltle, Sr. BlythevWc Motor Co. New Theater Manila s Finest , i, Show* KVI;RY NKiHT - 1 Matinee Saturday A 8tnd*j Box Open) W«k !>»j« 7:«0 p.m. Bat-Bun. 1 pan. Cant Bhowliu ; Saturday BORDER FEUD" I.altur, Al (1'uCT.y) St. Jolin Selected Short Sulijecls . Saturday. Owl Show "GORILLA MAN" :i AVarner Bros. I'icture Also Shorts Sunday and Monday "Alexander's Ragtime Band" , With Alice 'Fave, Tyrone Power Also Short Subjects R1TZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. News and Shurt Admission 50c and $1.20 Saturday "UTAH KID" with Hob Stcclc and Hoot Gibsnn Cartoon and Chapter 7 "Manhunt of Mystery Island" Turn Yours In Now! That FAKMAU, TKACTOU you've Ijccn waiting so anxiously for . • . will be hero a lot sootier if everyone—farmers and oily folk alike—would turn in their scrap metal If you have any •discarded scrap clutter- ng up your property—ttivii it in through the regular junk dealer in your neighborhood. You'll be paid J'or it, too! •- i DELTA IMPLEMENTS INCORPORATED 312 So. Second St. Phone 863 Saturday Owl'Show 'Queen of the Yukon' with Chas. Hickford and Irene Kich Musical Sbnrt Sunday and Tuesday (m FIRST UVE-ACTION MUSIUl MAM&i\ f) SONG-SOOTH DNtLE REMOS (In Technicolor) KK() News and Short INTERNATIONA' HARVESTCF Read Courier News Want Ads. ; 1 Notice to the Public: " -,l have moved my office Upf 'y. Hothrock Drugstore % : Dr. C. E. Wilson,, ^ BLYTHEVILLE LEGiON ARENA WRESTLING LOWEST ADMISSION PRICK ANYWHERK! Reserved Seats on Sale at the Legion Arena from 6 p. m. Kvcry Monday ADULTS <i5c — CIULDUtiN I5c Monday, July 14th R()X s ^ A V s " cl ;t" )KXTRA TAG MATCH BILL CANNY and BUCK LIPSCOMB versus ACE FREEMAN and JOE WELCH ALSO 2 1-FALL, 30 MINUTE MATCHES Bill Canny % Joe Welch vs. vs. Ace Freeman Buck Lipscomb THEATRE LUXORA 'PR1DET OF THE COMMUNITY Open at 7:00 p.m.; Starts 1:30 p.n Last Time Today "Bad Men of the Border"| Kirby Grant, Tui/.y Knight Serial and Short Krrial "The I.oxt Oily »t Ihc .TunBlcr| Saturday fllidnite Show Starts at 10:15 p.m. "SO DARK THE NIGHT" I wilh Slcr.in Gcray, Michclinc Chcrltl Also Shorts In Technicolor Sunday :iml Monday "GALLANT BESS" ! (The horse with the human mind)| wilh Marshall Thompson, George Tobias| Clem Bcvans News and .Shorts

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