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PAGE EIGHT BLYTHEVILIJB (ARK.)* COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, JULY 19, 19-17 Mobile Wins While Pels Lose > >. New Orleans Team '• 'Leads League for v » I, Pay .Then Topples 1 .-. v-» • • . . ' i JVrLANTA. Oa.. July 19. <V P ' — Mobile "iisenlor AlToad wasUreath- ped standings squcakh decision Pelicans 11 to 10. . ± • f+ *i*^,^o 1 Doctor i u Jaycees Announce Committees operation ' . _ -^ _ - I £* f ^ •"' ""• For Annual Osceo/a Horse Snow OSCEOLA. July 19. — Plans for County Livestock Association, who Hie Osccola Horse Show to be held ' sponsored the even: every year u:i- the high school athletic field at here the last week in August, were near completion today ivlth Die selecting of the committees to serve during the two-day event by W- R- Nicholson, president of the Osceola Junior Chamber of Commerce, who is sponsoring the show. til this year, will serve in an advisory capacity to the Jayce?s. Mr. Nicholson stated. Members of the livestock association Include L. C- V. Young. Charles R. Colemnn, J. H. Grain. Ben mitjcr, W. J. Driver, Jr, and Steve Ralph. The committees, their chairmr-n lhat will be responsi- Doctor Turns inFme on Mound in Lot Gome Detroit Hurler Upsets Yank Bid For American League Record VIOLA, Alk,, July 19. (UP) — Eluyu (Prciidier) Roe, ace htnler! NEW YORK, July 19. (UP) — major leaguer to do that, and rats- for ' .the Pltlrfjurgli Pirates, catnc New York figured Itself the spoils tile second inning onrt George Sllrn- by his ))it.:licr prowess naturilly. ca|>IUil of the world today — but the lolks here decided today. couldn't decide If Ilocky GrazUmo. file's fallicr. C4-vear-old Dr. C. Ralph Branca or Wlllard Marshall E. Hoc. was called from the grand- is the president. ctiuKt yesterday to hurl for the Fred Hutchlnson couldn't even be team when its "imported" elected doKcatclier. ic In- mid got. a tumultuous welcome, am! i jj ul ^ throe then the sports fans hciuted for the g a |n h a( j the Bayo, For the first tihic in the history show, the Osceola Jaycees will act as sponsors. Otlior civic Including tlic Kiwanls nercli by — —.---Bonders Tlie B?rons hcpiied off. oi'Eanlzntlon. to a one-ru, lead in tlie ball i-aim] Club, Rctary Cub, Chamber it Slaglown ami Mobil? came back Commerce. American . Lcelon. nn<l to tie it up at 1-all in the fifth. on and Roy Whitaker. Frank Orphal From there Bruin lefty, went {ilong even. * Powerful Pat McGlctliin came on in (lie ci^'.th clincher for Whiui- kcr and continued to sti'l the potent Birminsliain olfensive. A three-rim outburst bv Mobile in the 'top; of the Ilth ' docided Ihe contest with Gene BnbbiU. cominsi on in-relief too late to .ifltd th=| outcome. • i . /TivS .. Donnytjrork at Atlanta's Pence de L.-on p'rk wss a <llf-| fercnt niattcr entirely us tlie Crackers rushed off .to a 0 to fi lePd. But New Orleans cmmtcrc.-i >'ith four markers in tlu"r hall of the ninth to go nlicart 10 to 9, only to have the home forces rally. "«">_«' and tie it up. i .A Cracker to v v In Ihe last Veterans of Foreign Wars, will co- opcrnLp in staRine the show. Members of tho South Mississippi icsl Thompson In i:ie ji'.ivth. wa.s the winner. Curve-ballnr .lira Sli'."i. who entered tin- fray in the eillhth for Jim Atkins, was charged with Sam Concession committee-Dill Mi- Miilli, chairman; Joe Tliomas, Fred Hendrix, Frank Edrinijton, J. W. Taylor, and Slalcy Fletcher. Grounds committee-James Mc- Garrlty, chairman; M. C. Styles. John Ford, C'ne.stcr Walker. E'l Clilsenhall, Aiilnir Ayres, Clyde Sinter., Hill Joe Edrlngton, W. B. EdrhiKton, John McCravln. Charles Anderson, Vernon Aston, J. J. Best. Jr., n. D. Mears, Joe Shippcn, and Loo £chriet:k, Jr. Advertising and program committee-G. L. Waddell, Jr., chairman; es, Fri'fl Smith, Jimmy pitcher failed to report. . j Hooky came home yesterday with lie held the opposing Salem, his new middleweight boxing title Ark., tir»)i 10 two lilts in nine nings and gave up only runs, none of them earned, as n | B ht ball games at Ebljcts field Viola won. 4 to 3. , am i t] le ])0 i 0 grounds, but thch 1 ' Roe pitched In college and in portable radios were tuned to the the minor leagues before seUlma y al ,kce twilight fame at Detroit. down to medicine. He continued t Tllc yanks, winners of Ifl in n row to tic the American League record set in 100G by the Chicago White Sox, were trying to set a new record by beating Hutehlnson, a sore-armed right-hander who liadn't started in a month, nut Hutchinson spoiled the Yankee party with a two-hit, 8 to 0 victory that ended New York hopes of matching the major league record of 20 in row set by the 1916 Giants. Joe Dimagt'io lined a single in \vclss got a safe bunt ill the .seventh, but meanwhile Detroit pounded Handy Gumucrt and Karl Drews [for 18 hits, largest total o( the year off Yank iiurlers. Leading the Ti' gcr attack was the exhuberant Hut- to play semi-pro ball until he war, injured In on automobile accident tight yours ago. Mot Newcomer Booked for Monday Night ,lht re'/crse. ClwttanooEa. made It three in row over Memphis last Ifnsswccd Pu-k. rdyiiiu Ihe Chicks 7 to 5 in another free-hitting encounter. Ike Pearson, .second or !onr Lookout twirlers, wns credited will! tlie victory, while Chick darter Frank Uoerst was plastcr- i'rt willi the defeat. I \ '1 to Ej victory over Little Rock | Nashville to rel-.viii its 1-2, l-amc ni.insln over' fonrlh-rrtice of' Chattanooga. Hnl Quirk's two-run Ki win, and D. K. Young. Ticket Sales, Ray Morgan, Jr.. chairman; D. B. II. Blodcelt. Minor Ailler, E. 1>. Hradloy. riill Bowcn, EclRiir Young. J. w. Hall and Sam Edrlnulon. '; I'ublicily committee-W. v li. Nichol- chinson with two doubles and single and two runs batted in. the New York fans soon a- Bomelhlng to cheer about. Branca, star Dodger righthander, pitched a one-hit 7 to 0 conquest of the world champion St. Louis Cardinals. For seven innings he had a perfect grime and the packed stands cheered each out as though It were a home run by Brooklyn. But Enos Slaughter opened the eighth with a clean single. and Branca relaxed enough to walk a man later. It was liranca's 15th victory, George MmiRcr was the I loser, being cuffed for five hits and five runs, and Al Brazle later Rave up a two-run homer to Jackie Robinson. Ed Stanky got a trlr which was marked by seven miscues nficld—five by the winners. Bats Ellis stroked a three-run hcTrcr for the Crax and Dcwey ...c-— . Adk'ms who relieved - stirter For-1 Ro=k and Ncsv Orleans al Mobile visitors aided Vol vet Pole Mallory lo notch his !3lh conquest, of the campaign. Two g;imrs arc scheduled for tri- r.Wit. with Memphis nl Litile Hurt, and Junior Weslbrookc. Contestants comniltlce-IBob Graves, chairman; Fred Davis, Jimmy Ervin. John Nicholson. Don Hammer, Milton Clinton, ami Jimmy Kittnny. to the Fishing Public: It has been reported that I hnve no minnows. This report apparently was made by soniooiio who docs not visit niy place. 1 have While Kivur Shinors al lie each; Gold Fish Minnows :it HOc per tlo/on. Don't be- "licvc;what you hoar . . . come and sec! C. R. Collins, Owner THE DIXIELAND BAI1ERY 511 Chickasawba 10 Big Arkansas River Projects Dn Truman List WASHINGTON, July 19. (UP) — "ollowlng In a list of proposed pro- Don Knecne, a younger brother of Charley Kccne, will make his ln- | Itial appearance before Blytheville | wrestling fans Monday night when i he teams with Joe Welch agalnsl uill Canny and Buck Lipscomb In the titg match feature of .the American Legion's weekly wrestling show. I Very little Is known about Don [sidcrcd as a tough opponent, very ; in North America, attempts to ex- fast and has a knack tor getting | lend his domination over the en- rough when Ihe situation gets out J tire Western Hemisphere today of hiind. He is in the 200-pound | when he meets seven other tho: c iass.' I roughbrecls, including two invaders Canny and Lipscomb teamed up from South of Ihe Equator, in Ihe ast week for the first time and Inaugural running or Ihe $100,000 slugged their way to a victory over ] International Gold Cup at Behiiont Joe Welch and Ace Freeman. The Park, two mcnnles were booked again this week upon request of several of the fans. Welch and Canny, who have been enemies for years, held" the limelight in last week's match and will renew their feud in one of the preliminary matches this week. The Assault Favored to Win Today In America's Gold Cup Races IJy KAY AVKBS ing n hands high, and Juan Pe-lro (United Press Sjinrls Writrr) I Arlisas, the jockey champ from the NEW YORK, July 10. (UP) — guacho country who accouipanic'l Assault, the outstanding race horse tlie horse to the United Slati. 1 .;. guides, his destiny in the Go!cl Cup- 'Francisco Irigoyen rides En- sueno and both horses break from outside the starting gate since they are unfamiliar with the barrier. Their chances were held at 8 to 1 while the veteran Stymie was se- ed his tolal to 24. John Mine ami Hob Thompson also homered as tlie Giants whipped Clncliuiatt, 0 to a, and took second place, three games behind the Dodgers. 11 was Mice's 27th homer and Thomson's IClh. Boston fell to third place when Kirby Illgbc of the Pittsburgh PI- . rates pitched a five-hit 2 to 1 vie- j tory made j>ossil>lc by Boston er- . ron Boots by Nanny Fernandez and Connie Ryan gave the Hues a run In the eighth inning. Bill Voi- At the Polo Ground.;, tlie tans cheered po*cr rather than finesse. Marshall hit three consecutive homers, becoming the 25th modern two doubles and scored three times as Robinson batted in three tallies, selle was the loser. The Cubs beat the Phils. 7 to ~>, with a IG-hit attack that included a pinch homer by Marv Riekert and triples by Harry Lowrey ami Andy Pafko. Jim Tabor homered | for the Phillies. I Don Black pitched the Cleveland Indians to a 0 to 0 win over the Washington Nats, allowing live hits as he won his eighth victory • nnd third shutout. Black batted in three runs with a bases-full double. The triumph ended a six-game 5 !° ""I 1 Indian losing streak, iile and ' " , ., , \ Joe Ilayncs hurled a four-ln- 1 to 1 victory for the Chicago While Sox over Philadelphia, losing a shutout, on Don Kolloway's ninl'i- inning error. Ilayncs also starred at bat with two singles that figured in the scoring. The Browns, of all teams, ou'.- ho:tiero<l the Boston Hal Sox and won. 0 to 8. Ted Williams bit two foul-baggers, one with Uvo mm 0:1 base, as tlie liosox lollgfu Lip io a 7-C lead, but a walk and successive homers by Jeii Heath nnd Paul Lclincr won for St. Louis. Hay Colcinan also lilt a Brownie liomcr. Williams batted in five with five hits. chinson, Detroit righthander, whose pitching and batting broke the Yankee winning streak, and Ralph Branca. Dodger righthander, who almost had a perfect game and ended with a one-lilUcr over the world champion Cardinals. WEDDING* RECEPTION PARTY .=• WE'I LIB! CLAD TO TEtl YOU WHAT WINES YOU NEED AND HOW TO SERVE THEM Foster's Liquor Stores Mr. 1'ostcr - Mrs. Foster IOU N. Broiitlu-ur 107 \\. Main rhonc -aCM Thone 2127 New Theater Manila's Finest 8ho«» KVI:KY NIGHT Matinee H;itnrdiy & Snndar KOI Op«D9 Week Dayi 7:*fl P.M. Bat-Ban. 1 p.m. CanL 8bo«r1n« cond choice al ects in Arkansas which are included in President Truman's proposed j 5250,000,00(1 additional flood control program for fiscal 1948: I Retl-Ouiichita River Basins —' Narrows reservoir. $1,400.000; Blake- , ly Mountain reservoir. $2.81)0,000. Arkansas-White River Basim. Bull Shoals reservoir. $4.800.000; McLean Bottom levee district No. [i, $435.000; Coiv.vay county levee districts I. 7. and 8. $400,000; Little Rock to pine Bluff, levee, $800.000; I Vtin liuien. $210.000; Crawford' county levee district. $800.000; Carens bottom drainage district No. . SMO.COO; Roland drainage ctislrlc--,, •cst of Morrillon, $1,000.000. picnmmaiy mutnica mis^. I..L A] , d lnc vast lna j ol -jty m (.VlC two mayhem merchants have nursed crow() Qf „„_(,„„ who j ammetl „,„.. The chustnut colt who was voted | the "horse of the year" last, scaseri when he won the Kentucky Derby, | Prcakness and Bclniont to become the seventh triple crown -^itiner in! American turf history, has bi.'.;n unbeatable this season. And the vast majority in the la grudge for almost, a decade and on several occasions when they have appeared on the wrestling program the match ended in a near riot. In the other one-fall preliminary. Lipscomb '.vill meet Keene. Starting time for the fracas is 8:15. Match Play Begins in State Tourney BASEBALL STANDINGS SOUTHERN LEAGUE W. L. Mobile 62 New Orleans Nashville . .. JluUhmooga Atlanta . .. Birmingham Memphis . .. Little Rock . 62 50 52 48 49 30 36 37 40 47 50 M 53 5G lili Brooklyn . New York . Boston . .. St.. Louis .. Cincinnati . Chicago . . Philadelphia Pittsburgh NATIONAL LEAUCE W. L. 50 35 -14 45 44 41 38 30 34 Pet .02B .608 .615 .510 .400 .400 .411 .356 Pet. .588 .557 .54!) .524 .488 .458 .429 .410 New AMERICAN LEAGUE W. York 58 Immediate Delivery A Gou/d's Automatic Wafer System Gives you the most for your do/Jar Farmers Terms Part this Fall-Part Next Fall HARDWARE CO.lnc. HOME OF FAMOUS .BRANDS * _< I26W.MAINST. • :PHONt5l5 Detroit . .. Boston . .. Philadelphia Cleveland . Chicago . . Washington St. Louis ... •15 44 41 31 38 . 35 . 29 Pet .082 .563 .537 ,48B .481 .447 .432 .303 tiful Belmont for the milc-and-five -furlong race expected him to continue unbeaten despite the presence of Jorge de Atucha's Endeavour, the Argentine champion, and -\\^\-.> i. £cabra's Ensueno, the kingpin Iron Brazil. On the strength of thu 1917 from assault looms a 1 to 10 favorit-: in pre-race sijeculatlon The South Americans were given j little chance when they arrived l week by air from I'.i'.erios Aires and Rio dc Janeiro, hi:! their \vorKout3 indicated they need no excuses. Both arc 111 tip-top condition anr 1 . their handlers say tl«y Are ready HOT SF'FUNGS, Ark.. July .10 for thclr bes t. (UP>—Match play In the annual, Do t n Endeavour a ncl Ensueno arc Arkansas State Golf Tournament SOI1S o[ British Empire and wciv began this morning, with . 'o,ur 1 ^.^ hj , A t uc i la |,i Argentinn. Eu- toursomcs—rpntaining souic oj ,the Sue1 , 0 W as sold to Scabra lor s:>0,top golf tnlc'nt, in the Bonder 000 ]lnd now rcprDS - en t s 'Brazil, state—teeing off at 9 o'clock ,f<J]n Endeavour is a huge horse, jtnuu- thc cl-.innpionship flight. . ,. i ^ Tlie course at .the Hot Springs > Cr-\intry C.'u'o was reported in cx- ce^Ient condition. ' •Yesterday's qualifying round was highlighted by the marksmanship of Hot Springs sharp shooter Jack Martin, who shot a sihorching four-unrter-par 63 to bag the vncd- »3lL r t lionors^ Today's matching* show defend-- ing champion Richard "Bnbba" Smart of Pine Bluff playing Gordon Henderson of Hot Springs. J. Doric! ot Hct. Sprinss playing James Bitro of Hot Springs. Prank Heimeyer ot «ct Springs playing Ed Graves ol Caindcn. playing Grady Holloway of LitUe I Reck. Wii:is -Noll ot Fnycllevillc playing Paul L-ivinsston or Hoi Springs, and J. W. Bczick o , Jonesboro placing Charles Wood i nrd of Magnolia. I Today's Games SOUTHERN LEAGUE Night games: Memphis al Little Rock. New Orleans at Mobile. Only games scheduled. SATURDAY "ROARIN' LEAD" a He-public Picture Also yhorts : Saturday Owl Show "Mysterious Doctor" A Warner liros. ricture Stlcclcil Shorts Kunday and SCoiid»» "In Stallion Road" with TEunahl He^an, Alexis Smith Also Short Subjects R1TZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Last Time Today 'West of the Peeos" with Kobcrt Milchtim and Rarbara hale Cartoon anil 8th Cbapl. "Manhunt on Mystcrv Island" NATIONAL LEAGUE St. Louis at Brooklyn. Cincinnati at New York. Chicago at Philadelphia. Pittsburgh at Boston, night. AMERICAN LEAGOK Boston lit St. Louis. New York at Detroit. Washington at Cleveland. Only games scheduled. Cotton Pickers Jonesboro Yesterday's Results SOUTHERN IJCAOUE Chaltanuoga 1. Memphis S. Nashville 7. Little llnck 5. Mobile 4. Birmingham 1. Atlanta 11, New Orleans 10. NATIONAL LEAGOT Brooklyn 7. St. Ixiuis 0. Pittsburgh 2. Boston 1. Chicago 7, Philadelphia 5. AMERICAN LF.AGOT ' Detroit 8. New York (I. Chicago 4. Philadelphia 1. Cleveland f>, Washington St. Louis n. Boston 8. BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING LOWEST ADMISSION PRICE ANYWHERE! Reserved Seals or. Sale at live Legion Arena from 6 p. m. Every Monday M)ULTS '15c — CHILDREN V5c Monday, July 21st i' r " «"=»"<<"» n Tournament JONESBORO. July 13. — Rnln nshr-cl out firsl round piny in tlic [strict Five Ain'cricnii Lrnimi h:\sc- \11 tournament lirre yesterday, orcing H 24-hour ilrlay ill the iirliug of tourney play. The Blytheville Cnllnn Pickers ..ill meet the top-seeded Jonesboro uniovs in their first contest at 3:30 his afternoon. This pninc was slal- ;l lo be plnyed nt 1 p.m. yester'lny Manila and Osceola opened firsl round piny this morning ill 10 o'clock. This contest \vns also slntcd o be played yesterday ndcrnoon. Forrest City will meet Corning at o'clock this afternoon for the nly other first round camo. Mr. Plcasnut failed to show up for tour- cy couipctition and there-lore Melbourne was awarded a bye in 'S'es- crdny's drawings. Quarter play will befln lonlpht vlth (he semi-finnl rounds and the inals scheduled for tomorrow. Lands Big Bass LEPANTO. Ark.. July 10. (UP) — O. A. Crowcll. Lepanto, today is brassing about a record-catch ot bass at Petit Jean State Park. Cro- wcll caught the lake's largest, bass of the season, a Dig-mouth weighing eight pounds and 14 ounces. Tlic ish measured ZW> inches in length and 18'i Inches In circumference. : compression, timing, fuel-air ratio ami a dozen other things. Then we check and adjust ignition, carburetor idling speed, mixture and all else that needs attention. Then your engine delivers top performance oh minimum fuel. . . . We're truck service specialists-specialists in high-standard International Truck Service. We use precision-engineered International Parts. We're al your service for a single engine time up-any make of truck-or a complete preventive maintenance program. Phone us now, and let us help you get the lowest possible cost per ton- mile for your trucks. DELTA IMPLEMENTS, Inc. 312 So. 2nd Phone 863 Saturday Owl Show "Devil Thumbs a Ride" witn Tinrncy mid Nan Leslie Also Short Sunday and Monday Tuesday DOUGLAS FftlRBANKSJr MAUREEN O'HARA WAITER SLEZAKV SINBAD THE SAILOR .,.Ati[liONYQUIW(-G£ORGE!OBIAS INTERNATIONAL Trucks I?OX SEATS 15c EXTRA TAG MATCH BILL CANNY and BUCK LIPSCOMB versus DON McKEE and JOE WELCH ALSO 2 7-FALL, 30 M/NUTE MATCHES Buck Lipscomb Bill Canny vs. vs. Don Keene Joe Welch NOTICE OF AVAILABILITY Surplus Government Airport Property •n, 'w^r Assets Administration, Office of Real I'vopcvly Disposal, l.illlc " ''office, hereby gives notice that it lias available lov dis- ' ' of 19-11, sis amended, WAA Ke- nllicr }ipi'tit"il>lc regulations a |1( ' African Golfer in Lead In Canadian Tournament TORONTO. Out,. July 19. (UP) .Bsbby Locke ot S.-Hilh Africa led the field in the Canadian open golf tournament by one stroke today at the start of the final day of competition. The knickcred ace had a 54-holo loMl ol 201. one stroke less thai the scores of Ed Oliver ot \ minelon, Dol.. ar.d amateur Nic!c Wisnock. Canadian playing out of Detroit. Bob Gray, the home pro of the Scnrboro course, was in fcnirih position with 203. Herman Kciser of Akron. O.. was next at 2CS. Bill Kiry ol Lcs Anselcs. Ellsworth Vines of Clv.c.ipo and Fxl Rugol of Detroit veto tied at 3^6. L-c\% Worshsm of Oakmont. PP. was tied with Clsyton Hncfner of Charlotte. N. C.. with 207. Gcorzc Kchmnc ol Chicago cnme in at SOV Tied at 211 were Lnwson Little of Ovc'anfl. Fred Hons. Jr., of Xciy Orleans, nnd Bill Kcrr of Toronto. ii.H'k Re IKI;-.:II muter Ihe Surplus Property Act vised KoKuliUion 16, as amended, and --.--,•- - , orders, the following airport property which has bee,, declared & ui plos t,, the needs of tlie Federal Department or agency liavin B control of tlic " BLYTHEVILLE ARMY AIRFIELD Approximately 'two miles Northwest of Hlythcvillc. Mississippi County, TcrmTaml conditions of disposal antl all other necessary information concerning I he proi>crly will f>c furnished upon request at the ahovo Keuional Office. . ,. AcquisiUon of such property is subject lo the following priorities .n the order indicated: 1. Agencies of the Federal Government. Reconstruction Finance Corporation for resale to small business, and State and local Governments. exercise of priorities shall he a period of ten (10) (lays :ifter the dilte of first imhlicalion of (his notice. To he entitled to consideration, all proposals, both from priority holders and non-priority holders, must ho .submitted on forSis obtainable al the above Regional' Office, and must arrive at said Regional Office willim ten.(10) davs after the first publication of this notice. WAR ASSISTS ADMINISTRATION Little RocTt Regional Office Porbcck Htnldmg 515 Kast Second Street Little Rock, Arkansas Open at 7:00 p.m.; Starts 7:30 p.m The time 2. 3. for Time Today "SUNSET PASS" with .lames Warren, Nan I/C-slic .Serial: "Lost City of the Jungle" Also Short Subjects •Saturday IMidnite Show Starts at 10:45 p.m. "KILLER AT LARGE" with Kolirrt l.oivcry and Anabel Shaw Also Shorts Sunday and Monday "RAGE IN HEAVEN" with Ingrid Bcrsman. Robt. Montgomery Paramount News & Shorts

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