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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 2, 1944
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__BLYTHBV|LLE .(AUK,), fiOWllEJl NEWS MONDAY, OCTCWHH 2, 10-14 ^^& '--— — _ _—.—. muiNUAl, UUIUWW 2, 10-14 BiowitsjniipYankees L 8^oJ2,Jo^ Win^ Penncmt • • For Tag Match Here Tonight TIH: JIAIN' KVKNT All-St;ir Tag Match Detroit Beaten As Season Ends : Two Hornets By Laabs ; Give Brownies First -Pennant In History By United Press -The .Washington Senators, who were picked last spring to win the American League pennant, did just that on the final day of the season, but • they won for the St. Louis Browns. ...••',. • j ' Tlie cellar-dwelling Senators pick- j Mass production wrestling, cured on the pennant-driving Detroit • rcntly l;no\vn nx lai; matches, oc- - Tigers behind the pitching of Dutch cupy Ihe spotlight of Promoter Leonard to down the Bengals 4 (o 1. j Mike Moronc.v's weekly ring pio- 'Meanwhile the Browns earned | duetlon lontijhl at the American I,e- ennanl B in " nrcna on North Second Street, starting at 8:3(1. 1 Calerlni! to the iwpular likes, tho matchmaker Is bringing In four of his mnjor-lengue performers In another prospective action-studded las; mateh, plus two Individual .... ...... *.•(, ..»>»*>. jur i,m wLjiiuis or tHiiLl iJiem- •lied" llolK-rls (ZI5) anil "Stocky" selves or the opposition. That usual. <195| versus Hoy Allen, ly results In n knock-clown-aml- 11.18) ami Ocorse ItennrU (191). drnf,- out scrap wlilclVls"made"lo"dr- ftO-Mlnulc Time Limit, two hesl clcr for the local lails falls o[ Ihrcc. rrHlmlnarhy; ver.sus Allen; llobrrls versuii Ilerinclt 30-inlmilc Hint limits, single falls each their first American League pen • by whipping the New York Yankees 5 to 2 on heavy hitting by diet liinbs. ,Laabs, who has seen only part-time action this season, brightened his otherwise dingy record with n; pair of homers when they were needed. War worker Slg Jakuckl turned hack the New York sluggers on linlf a dozen hits lo post victory No. 13 on his personal record, against nine defeats. . Jakucki pitched some beautiful ball while holding the Yonks for the last six innings after the slugging bat of Herschel Martin had put the Bronx Bombers nhcad with n ' run In the first'lmiiiig and another in .the third. ' "Laabs came up with Mike Krcc- vlch aboard in the fourth frame to even the count, then the same pair pushed St. Louis into the lend during the filth. Only Kreevlch anil Laabs were able lo hit. off rookie Btnr Mel Queen, but Iheir four hits handed the Yankee hurlcr his third defeat In eight starts. . At Detroit Bis Dutch Leonard applied an effective halt to the Bengal drive by checking the roaring bats that have piished the Tigers to the lead during the past few weeks. matches. Hendinif the list Is tlie colorful and dynamic villain, "Red" Roberts, who returns to local scenes niter rm absence of several weeks, during which he was entertaining customers down on the const. Roberts joins Ihe beaver-like "Stocky" Knellscn, former chnm- Iilon of Uncle Sam's 1'aclflc Coast licet, as one team. Powerful Team Opposes In the opposing corner will he two other high ranking members ot (he wrestling profession. George Bennett, nnd Roy Allen. For Bennett II will mark the first appearance here in more than n year, but local customers well remember him for his villainous lactlcs and mat cleverness. Allen likewise Is no stranger lo lilythcvlllc wrestling enthusiasts. Featuring Hie powerful kangaroo kick. Allen has leaped Into local favor. Tall, nt'llc nnd unusually clever. Allen is a colorful Imslncss- v.\M uvuuig LUU jjiiai- lew WLLX.S — — — , Diz Trout, seeking his 28lh vie- iliko ml >tniim and has one of the bcsl tory of the season, was the victim ' "cords of any Ki-npplcr to reuulnr- 'In Chicago the White Sox towed' '>' slimv llerc ' !Us " 1O5 ' ouLitamllni; (6 Boston 3 to 1 In the oucncr of L rl " ra " h wns .. 0 ™' Sci 'B l - ch F ls to Boston 3 to l in the opener of ;:",;'"' ',, "",' "-• bv - "•••••• their twin bill but came back to H?* ns ' willing Instructor at the • - •- Blytheville Army Air Field, snapping a 10-mntch winning streak. This quartet of behemoths tangle in the feature event, for the usual 90-mlnute time two best falls of three. Prelims Are Impressive take the second game 4 to 1. And in a:.doublc»cadcr at Cleveland the Tribe bowed twice at the Phlladcl- phia Athletics 5 to 2 a)ul 5 to 0 In the Nalioiml Uague the New York Giants took n 13-inning game from the St. Louis Cardinals 0 to 5, will then dropped the second game 10 to 6: The-nightcap was called at the end of the sixth to allow the Cards to make train connections for St. touts. •••'.• ...In Bost6n Ihe Braves dropped the opener to Chicago 4 lo 3 but imbued the nightcap 7 to 6, while at Philadelphia the Phils lost the opener to Pittsburgh 9 to 1, but took the last game 7 to 1. In a single game the Brooklyn Dodgers ended their season by shad- Ing. Cincinnati 6 to o. NATIONAL LEAGUE : (How They Finished) .. W L SI/ Louis 105 49 Pittsburgh 90 53 Cincinnati OS 05 Chicago 75 79 New York 57 s? Boston 05' 82 Brooklyn 63 91 Philadelphia 01 93 .Pet. .682 .588 .518 ,487 .435 .422 .409 .390 Whi] e this affair Is certainly due lo be one of the roughest and most exciting of the year, the individual mutches which precede It arc expected to furnish ample fireworks and fiction and get the customers in the groove for the free-for-all that likely will descend. The Roberts-Allen collision perhaps holds ma]or attention, especially since they hnve met several limes during tag mulches and honors have been just about evenly divided. Better still, they have always come through with bruising battles, fairl v reeking with cloublc- rougli action. Bennett ami Kncllsen also are down for n single fall preliminary mid which won't be lacking in activity. Both are stocky, well built, FOR COtD STUFFED NOSES |2i'lrop9 in racll nostril I open clogecd iioao, you IliroMho Ircrr. Cnutloti: JUao only nn 'liroctod. IFENETRO NOSE DROPS * FOOTBALL * Saturday, October 7, 2 p.m. Crump Stadium—Memphis BH!¥E1S!TY of TENNESSEE vs. TICKETS NOW ON SALE FOR TULSA UHIV.-OLE MISS Oct. 21-, 2 p.m. UNIV. of ARK.-OLE M6SS Oct. 28,2 p.m. MISS. STATE-UNIV. of KY, Nov. 4, 2 p.m. . Buy Your Tickets Early • Mail Orders Filled Promptly Reserved Seals...S2.50-S3.00 Service Hen _$l.20 Box Seats $3.60 Gen, Adni,.... $1.20 (All Prices Intlmlc Ta.v) Tickets on SaJe at ELLIS A'JDITOHIUM and LAWSON-GETZ, 9 North Third Plan Ho * 'o See the South's Best Faolball Games at Memphis WRESTLING Legion Hut, Monday, Oct. 1, 8:30 p. m. Lowest Admission of any Wrestling Arena in America Adults, 3Ge, Tax Oc-Tolal, J5c. ttcscrvctl Seals. )2c, lax 3c-To- lal, 15c. Children's Scats 12c, TJX 3c, Tolal, ISc Reserved Seals On Sale at lhc Legion Arena Every Monday from 6 p. nu on TAG MATCH ROBERTS & KNE1LSEN BENNETT^ ALLEN 2 30-mln. RED ROBERTS ROY ALLEN STOCKY KHEILSEN GEORGE BENNETT Osceola Beaten By Marked Tree Suffer 20-0 Defeat; Will Take On Hughes There Friday Night • . -it .1.... wnoum !iwiiy uv ll UCRVy OSCEOLA, Oct. L>.—Disappointed downpour of t -n(ii. A retiii'n cngaec- )ut far from down hearted over tho menl likely will conic off early next downs nnd adde f | n couple of cxtrn l»lnls to defeat the homclinj;s In '.heir first championship start of •lie new year. The first "break" ™ne on the Initial piny following the klckoff. Osccolu fumbled on their own 20, the Indians recovering. VK-O plays later Hondrtx went over for Ihe touchdown »ml Waril converted for n 7-0 hnlftlmc lend. The champions scored a tonch- lown each In the third nnd fourth lunrlers. Hcndrlx clknaxed a 50- yard drive liy plunylng the last yard for the second score. As n parting shot Marked Tree opened u|) n passing attack nml Kicked up Ihe final touchdown. Walker JIIIKS- .ng to Dickerson for the murker. ^Ickerson took a hcnvc from Shaw for the extni uoitit. Denver Wilson, Hoberl Driver, :icne IMitler und Stan Krumcr wcr c outstniultni; for the Scminoles', while Slmw, llenflrix, Ward, Carlc- '.on and Gammill, all veteran hold- ivers, shone for the winners. powerful glnnta who pack pow< jalore mill !m p c little or no n'K.- for the welfares or either them- /Season Thursday Papooses Will Meet Scminole Reserves At Haley Field With Iheir blg-hrolhcr Clhlcka- sntt'K sclieduled away from home Ilils week, Sylvester 'Pop" Moslcy's Junior HlKh paiiuoKcs take over ami provide the football enlerlainincnl lor litythcvllle funs. reason 'llnuMlay night when they lake on the Osceola reserves under the Hunts nl Haley Field, starling :it 8 o'clock. The local Jimlor.s ami Semlnolc I'esi'i-res were booked for the opener lust week at Osceola bin, Ihe ' lilt was washed away by a heavy umilng 20-0 defeat by the defend- week In the Seinlnolc ug Champion Marked Tree Indians Chief ttfoslcy Indicated ast, week, ihe Oseeola Scmlnolp ' wigwam i>,,,, ia ,,•„„ ( ., llir , c 'u(jhes outfit Friday iiluht. ^ ^^ (iii The (jnnic, to be played at Ilnshr.s, I mnirof^Tirchiefe."lw' l lm spent will mark the Ihlrrt .successive trip nppraxlnintcly three week" KC-11 IB noiimf?', 1 ! n" f .°'' C ° aC " llomor - llls « re »' Winestci'., In sliape m d nourns niul his diiuws. ' (! ivln K them some football f,mcla- ... ,. ,, : —.o.... i,,vu lh; iiurm .->o]no looiuan J Cnpl(olly.lii K on tile "breaks", the mentals. His entire squad Is coin- Indians pushed over three loud,- , )OS n<l of untried voutl ?lvho havo IflU'lIt (In^l n/lr]A.I i. nn.llll^ ,. r ,...!.... - . . . • "'"" "tlu I IU V k. Rf«<1 Courier fiowi wuit aov never played in n single competitive Junior game. Although Junior High formed a team last year, there was no organized training and no games. "Pop", an Institution here nnd father of the famed Mo.slcy trio Ifcrschcll, liusscll and Norman, who made glorious alhlcllc history here wild Inter a(, the University of Alabama, lias never played' football bill is n keen observer and has a lot of gridiron savvy, having been In on tlie ground floor when Coaches Carney Las-lie nnd Juc Dlldy whipped the Chicks Inlo championship line and caused other state teams many anxious moments. Komclliing in a iVamc PORTLAND, Ore. (UP)—Here is one fellow who is sticking to the "letter" of his name. Roving Williams, Vanporl City, has been missing since July 29, his wife reported to police. «nd is apparently roving somewhere In his blue 1937 Ford sedan, license unknown to her. Four Powerful Grapplers Set J un j ors J 0 Open Happy Roads Captures Feature rdf I aa Match HPI-P Inntnni _ D~~~ A~ kt~.~*. r._J_ V __.«._.. t Race As Meet Ends Yesterday Huppy Hearts, owned by Kenneth Weiiing, Gaysvlllc, ill., :md ridden by KM CraiB, won tlie Mississippi County Derby yesterday afternoon lo bring down the curtain ou the four-day racing program at the Mississippi County Fair, but shared lhc .spotlight idlii Jockey "I'inkcy" I'hikstuff. 'lhc Illinois veteran almost mur noiKilizcd the final program by riding tin; first three winners, Ijnt misud out In the blue chip event as Good Penny failed to come In inside Ihi: muiiey bracket. C'dines From, llehim! Craftily holding hi.s mount well In cheek Ci'iiij; cave Happ y Roads the reins down lhc stretch" to nose oil! ucautlous Plain, K ( | Tea;;ue's MB buy am! (mother favorite, In til,, mile and seventy yard iiuiuuil feature. 11 was n thrilllnu nice all the jockey. 1'inkstaff had plenty of competition in the 5-8 mile ran, open lo horses uhfch ilkl not win first or second places dnrini? Hie inecl, but It didn't mutter, Strawlwskel Jiiinped out in front, made the first Hint ahead and finished ahead of lhc lii'ld of )0 for n (.'ouipanitivrly easy ruin]). Mrs. Craig's Big Chariot was second, Wont Lie, owned by Kiffuii, w;is third and Luck, fourth. Baseball Standings St. I.oui: Detroit Ho.ston Cleveland AMliEilCAN I.KAOUK (How They Finished W. L. 89 05 m 11 way wllh four horses. Knppy Roads, t>hll<uk>lnlil'<i " lieiiulioii.s 1-lnln. Mental I) lm ker »n<i ""•" ltl "" l<l • . . Foil Knox. buttling it out most, of the way. Hut the distance began lo tell on lh ( . lust two ami they faded Ciuc;'i;>o i Wwslilngton Pet, .578 .571 .5:10 .GOT ,'iua AGH .•ir>n AK a mo,r*^"~«i£^^c^ ta ^- the in I'lukslaff had a field day first three events. He brought Do Not. Mick Warren's speedster. nhc.'ul of Wilmington, owned by Jess McMahan, iu a driving finish to lake ihe opening half-mile run. Joe Usher, Dude Lellcr's «ray .sl.'illion, was llilrd ami Lady Fair, owned by Kenneth Weiiinj,' was fourth. iMaltr.s Strong Hnish The 4!i-furloiii; nni was almost a duplicate as far as the winner was concerned. Hiding Bell Halma, owned by Lloyd Johns of' McLcans- IKIIO, 111., I'lnkstaff roared <lowu the home streleli from behiml aitnin to beat Carlsbad, owned hy Mrs, Ed Craig ami ridden by her husband- New Theatre Manila's Finest Shows Nightly 8:00 I'. M, Matinees Saturday & Sunday Best Washed Air Cooling System Last Time Today "HOME IN INDIANA" with Walter Brenmm Fux News & Short Tuesday . 'EVER SINCE VENUS" wllli Alan Slcnvbray ,t Ann Savage Serial <t Sllorl Yesterday's Results AMERICAN I.KAOUK St. Ixiuis 5. New Vmk 2. Wasliinuton 4, Detroit. 1. Boston 3-1, Chicago 1-4. Philadelphia 5-5, Cleveland 2-0, Oast 10 innlnij.s). NATIONAI, I.KA«UK Niw York 0-G, St. Louis S-10 iflrsl same is innings, second (i innings u> let Cardinals catch train). PlltsbnrBd 9-1, PhHadclphiu 1-7. Chicago 4-5. Boston 3-7. Brooklyn 0, Cincinnati fj. From where I sit ...-fy Joe Marsli A Duty We All Owe •Jo Democracy Tim Scuta sure asked for it when Sum Abernclhy overhenni him boastin' that he hadn't voted at tho last three elections. < "I just didn't seem to have the time for it," ho explained. "Didn't have Uio time, oh?" snorted Sam. "There's nolhin' you do that's more imporlanl! Pity is, there's lots o' misguided folks just like you. "This Inclc o' gumption —or wliulcviT it is —is llic reason why ii lui <>' Inws llinl shouldn't go on the books at nil, ^ot by. .VK "Tim," Sam continued, cool- ing off a little, "I don't give o tinker's dnm / vote. But if you're tho good American I think you arc, you'll bo at tho polls on election day—even if. you hnve to go an crutches" From where I sit, Sam's right ns usual. It's mighty important that every single person who is in favor of the American way of life should and must vote—not justat tliis year'selection butat every election. Get out and vote. 855$ -Phillips Wants Cars "> We newl Used Cm-.s to fill the demand ( nm ™ people cngiiged in ww ^ imjiorlanl lo Die war C f_ 40 fort, ][ you release your w car for more essential .service lliaii it may } )0 </> rendering DOW wo will pay yon in Cash liio full "> value undw Die pri cc ceilinj,' regulations ilm | yon do not violate any laws. You do not have t 0 tf> spend money putting your car in .shape to .soil « it. We do that without any comeback on you ^ for repairs. Sell Your Idle Car F or Cash <<> Phillips Motor Co. TH. .ls;i Wall>|)l .,, 5||i « s 5 S S 5 $ v § CHICKASAW West Main Ktur 21st 8t Bat. Btarti 1Z:«; Sun. aUrtj !•« Ntjrht shows 5:45 Except Monday, opens 6:«5 Contlnnoas Bhows Sat. and Bon. ® 1811, BREWING INDUSTRY fOUNMTIQJ! . MKANSflS COMMITTEE I.HUGH WHARTON, Stalo Director, 402 PYRAMID BUMS., LITTLE HOCK 0FWCAX/ <» <» *» <a VI Last Time Today "THE MORE THE MERRIER" with Jean Arlluir * Joel McCrc.ii Short: "This Is America" Universal News j Tuesday BUDDY NITE 2 Tickets For the Price of 1 "ALIAS BOSTON BLACKIE" Milli .• Cbcsler Morris Also Comcily • You may never have to haul your family in a wagon, but government surveys show that 6700 cars are wearing out every day. To help keep your car from wearing out: or breaking down hnve it Sinclair-ized for Winter now by your Sinclair H-C Gasoline Dealer, This special winter change-over service protects hard-to-get parts against excessive wear. It will help keep your car rolling through the winter months. BUY WAK BONDS HOW SINCIAIR-M FOR wnm SERVICE SAVES YOUR CW SAVES WEAR ON transmission and differential gears in cold weather. Summer-grade lubricants are drained nnd replaced with tough Sinclair lubricants of r '6ht grade for winter. SAVES COOLING SYSTEM by cleaning out the rust and sludge, tightening hose connections nnd putting in the right amount of ami-freeze. SAVES MOTOR WEAR in cold weather — helps prevent the formation of dangerous sludge by draining' and flushing the crankcase — refilling with Sinclair Pennsylvania or Opaline Motor Oil —winter-grade. SAVES BATTERY and helps assure fast starts. Service includes checking and refilling battery with water, checking battery connections nnd testing strength of battery. Spark plugs tested, too. SAVES CHASSIS wear ifi cold weather — by lubricating bearings, springs, shackles and other vita! parts as your car manufacturer recommends. Front wheels protected by special lubrication. SAVES TIRES by carefully inspecting for cuts and bruises and valve troubles. The Sinclair Dealer will also gladly cross-switch ,your lites to equalize wear. •Sinclair's Posr-War Program: Better Products, Better Service RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. WEEK-KAY NIGHTS Box Office Opens 7:IS—Show Starts at 7:30. SATURDAYS & SUNDAYS Box Oflice Opens 1 Show Starts 1:15 Last Time Today "JUNGLE BOOK" With Sahn ns Mowkli (Half-Boy an/ Half-Wolf) Armed only with a krUi and the love cf a airl, meets tin; challenge of Shcrc-Kjan, the Killer Tiger. HKO News anil Sclectcil Short Tuesday & Wednesday 'FOLLOW THE LEADER' with The East Siilc Kids UKO News Disney Comedy THEATRE LUXORA' 'PRID? 0? THE COMMUNITY" Open 7:15 Show Starts 7:30 Monday Night ONE SHOW ONLY Madame Curie with Orccr Carson ,v Waller 1'iilgcon Paramount News Short . ^ Tuesday 'Dancing Masters' with Stan Laurel & Oliver llanly Selected Sliorls

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