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THUKSDAY, JULY 24, 1047 BIATHEVIM/b (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Pirates Defeat Phillies 6 to 2 Pitching Power Plus Team Offensive Brings Six Wins in 9 Starts NEW YOHK, Jnly 24. (UP) — 'Pittsburgh Pirate pitching plus power premised peeks of uerturbi- tion but probably no pennant today. The Pirnles, who started the season with a new own?r and virtually a new team, based on the long-distance hilling of iHank k Grecnberg and Ralph Kiner. prompt-'y dived into Ihe cellar when the hurling proved weak and hold Kiner and Grecubcrg started slowly. 'PiUsturgh sun is in last place in tin: National League, but. like Peter Piper, who .ate a peck of pickled perwecs, the Pirates ar" hot now. They (live won six of I heir last nine g'imcs, and in five contests the Pirate startim; pitcher Im fnsie ( i tlie route. Jim Ba!<- lj.v and Mel Q;:?on each went thc route as. 'Pittsburgh heat I.ea;iue- leading Brooklyn three of 'four panics. .:nd Kirby Higie nnd Fritz Oste>.:ruellcr piichcd' lull <n:i>es as the 'Burs won two ol three Irr.ii scer.'>d-r.'!acc Boston. Frank Giistine. Hue third taso- inan. is second in the lenyi baiting will) 352. and Kiner hit- tinu over .350, is k'moiiK the toji five in home runs, runs hatted in and runs scored. Litest payoff ccnibiimion of pitching and ,power came last night as the Pirates whipped thc Phd- fies. 6 to 2. on two two-run homers bv K'ncr—his 21th un : i 25th ti tie him for seamd in this de- par'-ment wilh willard Marshal'— •and v fourbagger bv Gre«nbprT his IC'li. CSmline got two hits. E*-' ii'iB JBonri'.i) scored his PAGE:'SEVEN < The Grazianos Take a Bow Additional Game Warden Selected Cecil Graves Named To Work in First Congressional District -hah.):.,! ,,i •.l.VVlV'c a-JauTimi I'i Hi C;IM::;>>. i, m aiimuin::cd tn- <1>V the ;•!•;; ,,,i,,,.r.-. ol GVifl arnvrs. ni iM'.ihi'vibV. as mi addi- tloni' i-i-.-i; . w.nden tcr First C,)ll- i;:-ess:c.-1>. n,.,,,-,-.,. Trip !';.'P--.ii!Ui.|-.i ,;f additional I'anie UMtdi'u-, was r.ulhori/.^d by pCsHjon awarded [ a j,,,, Whit'V" of Hly'hcviVr. as supervisor of till hiltoi oil Roclj Ci i/i.iiio. diiifjitci Atuh(.\ .md wife N .irnui " cw niidUIuwfii-lu champion's Now Yuri; lower cast stili ou'lo^o the plaudits of the and UrouMyn constituents. Ride 'am, Injun! Pelican First Baseman is Soc/cer »-| Of Fame as Stars Trounce Bears MOBILE, Alu., July 24. nipi A! lUi.iadwayl Flair was the toast u! tl)e Southern Association today after clipping Mobile pitching fur four hits and a perfect night at the plate as Kiki Ctiylcr's ail-stars humbled the Hears 11 lo 5. ' The brawny New Orleans fiisl-sackcr led a 17-hii Mar assault which crushed the league leaders at Ilartwell Field hi-ri; l:i:;l night, be lore 0 TJt spectators. Nashville's freshiniin righthander. Hen Wade. who fannc'l three and gave up a lone base hit in working the first three iimiivs w is the winning hurter. *— 11' ^_" t While Wade was checking the Bruins, however, the Stars were slugging away at the curve-hall —-...• .11 :>vjn:u ins curiuh offerings of southpaw R ( ,y whi- .orv and fifth OVC1 . piii!s),<e!phia.| taker. In tlie opening frame,, n walk ire i 'ifiir 1 T'? Pi ''' atcs " a '' v ' to Chattanooga's fleet Gil Coan. lo^VbH/;,TV 1 : >" seventh- Hal Jeffcoafs blow to right, which r in I i , r. , Ci " Abl ' alns retrieved sloppily en- The Cil- Mn^° SC , "''" , abli "B "<*» '•»"»<»•' to move up threat To the nrl'" •" IC ',' t * C "' nnoltm bilsc ' "'"' Mlc "cv nmner s th" Giants"'G ^Twitl,' • X'r" f 'V° «=«"» wHlch scored Jeff- tun rally in the ninth in, mi coat> l"'° <Ulccd two lllllil - is Boston •ove)im' the clanls , Thc Slars hit l>ayd!rt " 81lin in into second plane five B'imet out ' l " C fhml ns Fla "' """ LitUc R< "*' s bv drubbing the "c'li-o-o Cu'-s 12 ! Bcn C!intl ' cl1 singled and "liroad- to 4. Bob TTlliott, hit a ~«rand"smni wny A1 " reachcil home on Roy homer in the first innin'» and'phil East "'wood's ringing two-bagger. Masi Ret a three-run "fourba-«cr Bn:in lncntO! ' Al Tod(l yanked in (he sixth inninfr as "Jo'lirmv Wnitaker aftc i' the little lefthand- Sain rcasled (o his !»th victory " er Bot '»' the f ollr th and suhmii- Dixic Walker drove in tliree rinc Pl ' ank L^t' 11 camc °» t« hold runs as the Dodgers defeated the! lhe rampaging Stars in check in Cin.-innati Reds, 5 to 2. In the' " le next two chuckers. American Leg«ue Boston's R;d Sox j George (Shotgun) Shuba spank- won a 14-inning 8 to 7 victorvjed a homer, the sole circuit clout over the ChicaRo White Sox Don ° r the contest, off Walt Cress '•• GuWeridse's .uerfcct sciueez» bunt bronaht Bob Doer winning ran. the sixth after Tom Stinkcl, second he'mc with the of six star twirlers, headed for the chowers. But th( "dream team" made it o-l in the seventh as they racked up n trio of tallies oh singles by Coan, plalr, Tom Wright (subbing lor ' the injured Cllarley Trippi and Roy Walker). A wild I heave by centeriiclder Homer Mat- ] ney allowed Flair and Wright .to | Deadline Posses For Sorting Soft-baS! P layers With onTy !wo weeks l:-i"i in the 1C47 softbnll season, t:. o. Rertinau. resident cf the Dlythcviilc Y's City Soft.r.i'l iL^i'KHP anncinu-c<l today Ihtit t!ie deadline Icr signmi'. ,•:•'avers to lenjuc (e::ms ended ill Tlu- dca^TltK 1 fcv sicn ; n-^ pl-r.ei Irr tlie rcir.nintlnr n! Ihe current season i r , i>. protective measure t.-ken bv the soft'r-ill ccminittei. lo orevc:'.'. nny possible illa.vcr c!;>al prior to the pennant race or thc P'av-olf. Hfd!i:?.n st'lcd. All cc.nlracts signed j\- p'.:iver w.ho are rev: pnrti-jj'yitiiij: in lea plnv will ;e euclilrd. h? rsaii <if Mr. v"rcr, Crai- t |..'i KlnniiiiJIniii"' iif .Dlytlirvilli'. .. v; -, ap^ninicd („ sm .. encd Whii!e v as ';. :; ,-iu> wurilcii. Onvps v. r.s ai'Mri! n s a warilcn lu rrdfr ^t:> •!•,:' (his scclion m.'re I .slrtrd. The !:<•« , vile \v udeiis wi'l —- * | leave Ihi'i v,.ri;r:i,t :<:r Riyc'llcvillo BASEBALL STANDINGS \ l °^^L^:^^J t 'C^ SOUTKrKN LEAGTTE Arkansas rv-ne anil Pi-'h Cumillis- W. L. Pet ' lln11 ; ' ! '' • »:'.'(•:Hi'.; Mondiy. 05 i» .u:n Api'i; xinn'io'v :ID ni'v.' i;ann> ivar- C3 .(3 .[91 din's an- ixpi'trd ui parthiiia!" in 5.1 si .519;" 10 SH ""' ! "I'd they wil 51 53 N.'W O:''i in N-j.shviilo ! I'ii iniiifjiain l.iitle Hock 51 r.l .S03 £0 5> .47:^ -13 !i1 A'M ^7 C!) AJHEKICAN I.FAGUF York V Chi(-ni',o W 'sliinut .. G~ :tn . . 'H 3R . . 47 43 . . -M 44 . . 311 43 . . M S3 .. :m 47 Pet, .CG7 , arrs. .•r!ii!:i:.-.: jciniiKi -ution. (-iisiii 1 and fish !'\i . nnd pri'SL-n(:it!nii of cave.s in roni'i Horse Show In ,'PARACOVLD, Ark., July 24.-More ,tlun 103 horses frpm E;Mth•n end Middle-Western slates' *l!l oirpele for lhe SI.50D r.riZ2 jnon- rnd trophies at the seventh hmni'i Klwanls H-rsrsc Show to' te io'd here July 2B-27. A tDte! cf 23 clasECS will ha hown during the two-night eve:it' vilh the bulk of the prize money bs offered on lhe fhi) 1 night. Orris Collins Is manager of the how. '.(mixes for the event are David I. Neil, of Cleveland, Tenn.. fine nirness. Railed and roadster judge; >•'. Heiivy s. Alex'jiulcr, of Olin- on. Ky.. walking .horse judge;.find I. D. Muson of Union City, Tenn, linger judge. 82:11 A. Lcalh, oi J .iraB<,u!d, will tc poddock tiinstpr. Ii ininiini;;, Canada's Sloney Indian!! slni;o Ihoir nf hfo on ihf rnnjjc. A^ nianv as Ml lino Uivi'i'out to .-how:, in a nainiid s.-llin,; .'.n Mm l.^v i .'s.-rvalniii. Winneis yel nnly cuwlmy eiini|»nir.nl. This si,.. T has none the ui'si ul il>is iarehaclt liilor- y<i. Hoys Grocers Ii Defeat Wilson Softball Team NATIONAL LEAOOE Urockiyu IlO'ton N'e\v York ?'• l-"'.:is Cincinnati . Pilt.sr,ur.;h \V. i,. Pc-t. .(iO-l .552 .542 .SM .417 .40 B .420 .414 Two run Ihe f-vnuh iiinini; Ihe Hays C":r(K'ers •••"e-n>n iec<| i.n,| I lie lasl hulf of wis enough for to o\'ercome a defeiit a soM'onl] nine at Walker Yesteixlav"? ' All KOIJTIIKRN'I.EAOUE .Stirs II. Mobile ft. . .-.I -Mid ii::tion will be taken nussinsi te'.'i-s tlial are found tilLiyini; in- e'ipi'r'e p'nyjrs. en players not siirned to contract.. Two su'ine-s arc KChetiulrrl to bt- vli\~ r<l tt^ the league tC'.iisht. with 'l-o o.vrr' L)rt;<r,!!s(s''me!'linB chir- 'ie's Flerlrir in lhe first tilt at ? 'o'clock and the Sam Johns &nekphnus!> .jiovs plavinH the Phillip; Motoriiien in tlie nii.htcap. The p.t. I/mis Browns toroed the Yankees. 8 .to 2. on hard 'irt- tiHK by Jsff Heath .arid Willard Brown. -Heath whacked a two-rim hcmer in the first inning and Brown, newly-acquired Neoro qot Jour hits in five trips and lotted in three runs. '**? Srai'borou^h <*ave im nniv ^» i>-i six hits to «ivc Wa°hiii«ton is M °bile hung on gamely nnd to 0 win over Detroit ecl back with tluce in thc !lo!nc host's ^Uiree-run Corner ™, ^'^ f J^base »£ • j | down the left-field line by Chuck =~OUTH BEND. md.. .{'"! Connors and seconcl-sacker Bddie 'UP)—National rnlercoiieoiiui-Teii- ly --" -- -- - - • -- - -tnis chaniriDn Hrrb Echrens o? AMERICAN LEAOtl*! St. L-uis H. Nc.v Vork C. Phll'ule'-hia n. Cievfinnd :i. iHcsion 8. Chirapo 1 H4 innings). V/ashinptnn 5. Detroit 0. NATIONAL IJvAOTJF Vr~, k'_ n 5. Cineinnnti 2. •Kt. f.oii's (j. New York a. ''RoMon 12. tihicni:^ 4. ' Pi'trlnrgh 0, Philadelphia Wilson Park last The ii!t \vas a sec-saw -.iffiir v :t!l tli;> lead c.ham;hi!; h.mds a luuuher <-,i tiii-.ts llirouKlinMl. thtt sei'cii-innhr; roule. The Grocer!; - jtuiinud Into the lead nn'v by srarlnfi two ruu« in I lie first in- :iin" on three walks innl n sliisde. Wil^cn K-orcd its first run ill "ir second f,n a boar.' run by Trinnnicll. and went ahead the next innintc. ; :niini! two inns on !wo liti.s and :•, walk. Thc 'O'ro- r"tfi added another tally In the fciinlli 10 knot (lie .score" at 3-3: The Wilson nine added llu>lr final four nms in the filth when ,thc Gvcrrrs tnfln'd blew ii]i and ' ' lour slraislil errors. The Hays nine b^imccd b:'-k in the fifth ?ml f?c:)iT'd two tallies, added Eddie carried the Athletics" to a G tn h over the Cleveland 'beating Don Black. j Doubles Partners May iincly nnd roar- _ . . _. ' Battle for Singles Title pitched previous no-hitter start Mgainst in his last. the A's stY "i"-«all>h Kiner , *ho batted in four , Abrams' bat. I But Coan, Jeffcoat and Flair, Cuyler's murdedcrs 1 row last night, erupted again in the eighth against ,loe Powers, who took over from Laga. Hal Quick started the three- run burst wilh a one-bagger. Coan ! walked, Jeffcoat doubled and Flair Your Credit Is Good at DELTA! Bring Tractors or Combines to Us for Repairs Gel. ready for Hie fall rush l )y usinir your credit wilh us. We arrange long, easy payments on ail repair work clone on farm machinery. Here you get Die best in lYictory-lrjiinecl mechanics to properly condition your machinery for th c coming season. See i; s today for an estimate on all work you need done! INTERNATIONAL" HARVESTER 3/2 SOUTH 2ZP ST. Ft. I.-iutlcrd-rio. iF!a., aprejired u>- dn y to be hpided for a Iwttle with iiis doubles partner, nick Mouic- 'lous cf New Orleans, for ;he Western Junior Singles rrr.wn. |Bshren3. sc?detl fir,^. in the •.ni:rnrn::nt. l;rcez.'d into the qunr- tc-r-finals yef.crday losing cnly one £fimc. >?le tlefryte<l Bcrjiev Se:-al T-yiipa. Fla.. 6-fl, C-l. Today's Games I-EAGUF scheduled. NATIONAL LEAGUE Fhi!:ulr:phia at Pittsburgli, two. Drcoklyn jl Cinrinnali. Uoslon iiL Chicago. New York at et. Louis. i flashed another two-ba^'cr. The ] Stars added two more in the ninth to go ahead 11-4 as Conn's sinsle | chased home Forrest Thompson and Eddie Lvons. The Bears added a consolation tally in tlie ninth on singles by 5lai Maupin. who entered the fray In lhe seventh to run for Mat ney. Connors and Hnl Younghniis' force at second. Flair's four screaming bingles broke the previous rec.ird hiph ol three hits for the Southern's eij;h( previous all-star engagements. Alex Roiiay. Birminpham fireball- er, Thompson and sidearmcr Pete Mallory split up th? hill duties for the final three frames for th- Stars. No games are scheduled in the Southern tonight. AM Stars 201 000 332 11 17 2 Mobile COO C01 301 574 Wade. Sunkel '4', Cress IG». Ronay (7), Thompson i3>. Mallorv 191 nnd Eastenvood. Walters H i , Walker <7i. Whitaker. Lapa if)!, powers 18' and Dapper, Soph 151. Home runs — Shuha Gth - none on. Winniiu: pitcher - Wnrtc. Losing pitcher- Whitaker. AMERICAN Cleveland a^ Phfadelphn. Sr, LcuLs nl New York. Chicago at fJcston. Detroit, at Washington, night. Mcmphian Is Favorite In Puhlic Links Meet MINNEAPOLIS. Minn., July 2^ iUP>— Shedrir MrKain. a slim. tanned Te::ncssrean. moved into Mic favorite's circle today as Ihe National Pnb'ic Links golf tourna- :!icnt headed to.^.ird Lhe quarterfinals. | The 2R-yrar-oI(l Mempiiis meter' lender won the respect of the 1'nllcry at Meadowbrook Oo:f Cou:?e la:e yesterday as lie overcame the metiitidic'illy precise Kfllf of Lou Stafford. Portland, Ore.. Ihe 1945 finalist. PlayiiiK liis first mnj^r tournament, MrKain .swapped the lead with Stafford for 17 holes. Even mi nt. the cncf of the. regulation lo luilcs, McKain w'.is 5 over |>ar liKiiref: and Stafford was 4 over. ai?r!'hrr in the sixlh ami the wlnniiH; two in the seventh. .1. C. Whittle worked on Ihe mound for the Grocers and save i.i) only fciir hits while he and his IccniT.ites were collectiiiK five off C. K-jll.v, huricr for the Wilson team. A'ramme'l paced the visitors nl (.he p'.ale with a hcaier sin'ilc in four trips uiul Whittle led thc Grocers with a hoiicr rivl a sinele in four trins. Tn last night's first. B:vi-'i a Rirls feam frr.-n Kennelt, Ma., pr-l- duccd cii'ht runs in thc first in- nini; to dcwn the 'Pitzpattick Jewelers B to 7. Thc Jewelers rallied iii (he ''asf three innings of the five-inning ll!t 'cut fell one run short of the needed tallies. Clendonin hurled for the visitors and held the Fitz- r-iti'ick te:cn hid'e.ss for lhe first | two inninxs. M^argic fievil pilclied Hartman Heavyweight Boxer Wins Over Texan CLARKSVILLE. Ark.. July 24. 'UPI — Rogon Kinncy. Hartman heavywei«lit today holds a technical victory over Tommy Charles after their scheduled ten-round iKiul was halted in the. ninth r'oimd last night. Kinney knocked the Texas lad lo Ihe canvas 11 limes diirlr • Die fieht. Cooling Off Period If blue Monday plagues you on Sunday, call 474-475 NU-WA LAUNDRY CLEANERS f wo Memphis Painters Lose Their Jobs Just Because Policemen Err MI-Mi'HIS. Tenn.. July 21. kUPi - Two |;uinl(Ts l(jdny ctiilmed I hey wpre OKI, of jol);' bceuusc they \vrre fired when held Incommunicado for ui houi.s liy Meiu|>hl:i police MoneX'v. William A. Doiomus mid lik brother, ir:u>l, s:lid they were ai'- resled and i,»ld wilhoul ch:i]|!c by .Memphis poll;'!', hisu'ted a* "Nnsh- ville rKs" and I lien released with the (.X'.hni''tion that it \vr; all a inlslaXe. While I hey were In Jail. I heir l>r.:s fired l!n:n b_'.-.\ii'.e of a -•tiuidlni: rule of autcnnallc dls- irl.vail when iinlnteis laV to show up on the Job Monday inomliv:;;. IJorcmus snld he couldn't verv well esp''iin his absence, since he. Livestock for (he Jewelers. W. Hawkins hc:nercd for the -Icwclei.s in the third Innhii; willi Iwo mutes ubraid lo p:ice her lonm In hltlhiH. Clcndonln pa:-cd the Kennelt li^im with Iwo singles .!» -ihrc'e I rips Dei'in ciivn rp on'v five hi(- nll or il-r-i- in ihe fir-, two !n- niiiKS Di-:l CVcndanln allowed only three biiii.i'('.s. ST. 1.OUIS IIATIONAL STOCK YAlintj. July 24. lUI'l—(USDAI- l.lve.'.toeki lions li,r>[)0; salable (i.OOO; vcrj iicllvc. sue to 'ifie hlnhcr than Wed nesday's nverime; extroines up $ and more on MIWS. Top and bulk i;ood and choice no lo 2^0 Ibs., on price 21.7T>: LM() to 270 !bs. 20.1!fi 27.fiO; MIJO III MO Ibs. 2-l.'l5-25.1S some :i2r> Ibs. IM.OI); i;io to 1,10 Ibs 2R.2li-2li.15: 100 to 120 Ibs. 2;!.(l(l 24.50: be.sl lliiht sows. 21.riU; hul under >|5I) .Ibs,. 10.50-21.50; Jicnvlc IU.00-lil.dO. Ciiltln: :i,rit)0. Suliible 2.000; cnlvo 1,100. All .salable. |.'cw lots stec'i and hellers about steady; beef cow little clmiiHcd. Uanner nnd cii.tlci slroiiB Id 2;>c hlnhei; bulls and veal ci'K steady, l-'cw lots nicdluin lo lo 1 ehoicc steers Ul.flO-aii'.OO; yood I low eliolce ticifers and mixed year IliiHK 2fi.IW-2K.OI); nicdluin kind 1(1.00-2^.00; eoiiunoii and picdlui beef cows ia.a5-15.7n; einineis nn cutters mostly I0.00-12.7fi. Hciul Cinii'lor NCW.H Want Ads. j his brcthcr aii;i thre^ other me had been ui rested without cspln nation. Hardware Mutual i Insurance Company ' of Minnesota ! Larije Dividend RnvhiBs i lj«v Net Co.it Protection i For fjcrvlic i W. L. TAMKE I <08 K. ]);ivl's St., I'. O. Box «1 ' I'honc ^487 Blf IhcvHle, Ark.! I New Theater Manila's Finest Shows EVIiRY NIGHT Muthicp Baturdaj 4 Hnndur Box Opcnn Week Dayj 7: DO p.m. Bak-Bun. 1 p.m. <Jont, Showlzu Last Time Today 'The Beginning or' End" wiiu • Hubert Walker and Turn Drake. ^clecled Shnrt>i ^ C'O.MINO SOON! David O. Sclznlck's "DUEL IN THE SUN" with n-sjiry IVck and Jennifer Junes Saturday Night 9 'til 1 Air Conditioned Mirror Room Adm. 60c Incl. Tax CANDID €r < i ii i it \ Natural, unposcd pictures made in the familiar surroundings of their own home . . . Phone 461 today for an ap- pointment . . . you'll be delighted with thc finished pictures. COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY WEDDING PICTURES Fair companions ,-irc shown how lo slalom by co-coach of U. S. Olympic ski learn Alf Enccn on Boulder Mountain, Sun Valley, Ida. Mid,. ccuciec at the Friday "Luckiest Guy in the World" A ,M-<;-;\r Piciuri! Seloclcd Shorts R TT T/ 7 1 1 Z< THEATRE Manila, Ark. : Lasl Time Today 'The Private Affairs of Bel Ami" wilh CcnrRC Samlcrs and Angela Liuislmy News nnd Shorl Friday and Saturday "Saddle Serenade" with .Ilminy Wakcly ('arlooa anil !Hh Chapter ' Mruiluint on Mystery Islam!" Open at 7:00 p.m.; Starts 7:34 p.nt Last Time Todaj- "Home Sweet Homicide" with Peggy Aim Garner, Randolph Scott Fox Movietone News Also Shorls Friday and Saturday "Thc Desert Horseman" with Ctus. Starred and Smiley Bnrnette Serial: "I.osl City of thc Also Shorts

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