The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 25, 1943 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 25, 1943
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^ f \ BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIEB NEWS THURSDAY/MARCH 25, 1043' Cardinals Return To Sandlot • t. en, Enh'ies Expected For $10,000Feature; Ocean Wave Favorite |"HOT SPRINGS, March 25—With the fl!),OGO added Arkansas Derby a couple of elavs away. Indications »cre that a field of not more than nine or 10 3-year-olds will BO lo thq post In the OaXlawn Park classic, which will climax the 30- day meeting. Dus to a recent vlctoiy m a six- furlong prep event here, in which he defeated most of Mi chief contenders, the Cnlumct Farms Ocean Wave was scheduled to go to Ihe post the favoril? Aflci winning the preu, Ocenn Wave went on to wcrk a mile In 1:40 easily to show that he is In top shape for the mile and a furlong Derby route. ,• * Beau of Mine Ready Mrs Janet Kellcy's Kentucky bied Beau of Mine, second to G:eaii Wave In the sprint and vlc- tbrio'us in four previous races here, is also considered a cerlain starter. A mile workout In 1 30 2-5, thvee- fitths of a second faster than the Oaklawn Park track recoid, makes Beau of Mine a threat R«ent long workouts have also Hiked the v Derby stock of Mrs. M. Finch's Modest Lad.which recently extended Beau'of Mine to tile limit In a mile and a sixteenth event. Since then Modest Lad was clocked at 1 a mile and an eighth in 1:52 only two seconds slower than With Regards, which won last year's Derby. And Modest Lad v.t-s well in hand throughout the wprki At the mile he was clocked'in sensational time of 1.38, but pulled up In thc last furlong. ' Others expected to go to the j: Uiclude the Brown. Hotel Slat Seven Hearts, which 1 iccei norked a mile in 1.40 handily: the Murlogg Farm's Take Away; 0. E. toelsbn's Uncle Billie's, winch hns fieen running close in recent races; the,River Divide Farm's Di Rush, a fast finisher; J W Rodgcrs- Memphis owned Dove Pie, winner of a recent mile and a sKtcenlh event against a classy field, anil $iraM> and Petrucci's Suartlstc, tone filly in the race, and which fias won three distance e\enls here. ; ;' " Pops Picks Out 1 Racing Secretary Eugpne W. Bury. announced that B F. Whil- aSer's Pop's Pick, thhd to Amber tight and Ocean Wave In the Louisiana Derby, would be unable to come here for the lace because of transportation difficulties. \ Mrs A R Smith's fleet Through Bound, winner" of the Inaugura Handicap here against oldei horses,'was also declaied out of the' Derby* .Through Bound recently .^injured himself in his stall. Nine of the best 2-year-olds In training at 1 Oaklawn Paik Will match strides in a ttvrce-furlong dish under allowance conditions Thursday afternoon, the race sharing the day's spotlight with n six- furlong allowance race for 4-year- olds'and up. ' In the Juvenile event such rpeedsters as. Ogham, Pics Pat, Country Dude, Didcrod, Count. Foray, Jons, Rail Hawk, Harvc Aelher and Ballacolas have been named Ogham, because of an easy E PHILADELPHIA, Mar. 25 (UP) —Perhaps you 'didn't notice thtil ttle item In llic day's news to ic effect that the Montreal Roys of the international League ave soltl pitcher Lynwood Thotn- is Rowe to the Philadelphia Phll- es, It may not be very Important, 'he deal probably didn't Involve lore Ulan n few thousand dollars, War forces St. Louis Cardinals back lo simple life where loose boards in fence snvc walking to the gate. Whltey Kufowski nnd Hurry Giunbert lead world champions'throiLsh hole ami onto practice lot at Cairo, III. 1 ' olorful Pitcher On Comeback Trail; Sold .By Montreal To Phillies- . didn't do too well in the series—he won one game and last one limit wasn't the fault of his pitching, What actually beat him was Iliu merciless riding he got from the Cardinal players. They made thc words, "How'm I doin' Edna" a household phrase. The ichool hoy was alleged to have bragged to his licsl girl about his prowess on the mound in those words—and thc Curds .picked them up. They made him blush from Ihe beginning of the series to the end. But, nevertheless, the 22- year-old kid was the toast of the baseball world. Arm Fails In '31 , 'llic following year Howe was less impressive, winning 19. and losing 13, but the Tigers won the American League flag just the .same. He was 'credited with IS triumphs again in 1830. But the following year disaster struck — his arm went bad. nd |)cihaps the acquisition won't Thousands of dollars were spent o the E'hillics first division drive " r "owe'.s nrm-bnt Ihe best, doc- ny good, nut It does mark the lors etuin to the majors of one of the I liml) - All(1 '» 1038 flvc i' cms . aU ? r nost celebrated players, of modern lines—Schoolboy Rowe. For the kid who pitched Ihe be- rolt. Tigers to the American League pennant in'his first full 'car- in the big time—is back to tart all over. : Started With Tigers The schoolboy came up to the leaving the minors to achieve fame with the. Tigers,' he was back at Hcaumont. Rowe's arm seemed to gel better llicre, tint! the next/ year he .was recalled by De-troll, rn 1940, when the Tigers won lhe : pemianl once, more, the schoolboy surged back into prominence. He had the best rigors in 1033, after one season in 1>«'I«'>B percentage in the league (be minors. He'd been -the .,(.„. 11bat senson, .842. iation of the Tigers' farm at Bean- I The old arm trouble' bothered inonl the year before, winning 19 him again the ncxl year, however, ' ' ' ' lames and losing only .seven. But :lie young right-hnnder didn't get iiuch work at Detroit in '33, and it .vasn't until the following season lliat he really got started." ' Thc l!)3'l campaign saw Howe score 24 victories on the mound for Detroit, carrying the Bengals into tlie World Scries against the , St. Ix>uls Cardinals. The Tigers were defeated in that series, four • games to three. As the , Dean brother?, and Ills record was poor. When he didn't Improve last spring, the Tigers sold him to the Brooklyn Dodgers. The Dodgers look a gain- Ijlc that he'd recover Ills former-effectiveness—but he didn't. He finished the season with Montreal Thill's where the Phillies found him. .They need pitchers badly. and they're willing lo gjvc Schoolboy a chance. He's 31, years- old now—still young enough'to .reach Dizzy and Paul, ran the show from the heights again, provided start lo finish. t arm Ls buck in shape. - . [ his By HARRY GIUY'SON NKA Sporls Keillor NEW YORK.—Willie rep lost his irsl fight In 03 at Madison Square Garden detent the other rilght,' uut "the really shouldn't be held ignlnst him. Any good wrestler' can beat any good fighter, and Pep actually was thrown for ii loss by the grappling cbmcbiick, Sammy AnyolL. Toklng for grunted that it was lo be n boxing mutch, 'the bcttini; element made Pep the favorite nt 3 1-2-to-l. At the finish, they would have made Angott u 'J 1-2- to-l choice over Jim Londos. It v:ns a lively shindig for four rounds, or until Angott resorted to his favorite Pier Six tactics. From there on there wasn't a half dozen clean punches landed: Thai is what 11,000 people got for. paying $70,000. Angott gave a remarkable imitation of running guard .turning Into a tnckle hole and taking the backer-rip for a ride. He. threw every block In the football book, including the shoulder, and occn-, sionally. tossed in n. battering'rum for good measure. . .. • j i Angott fastened more hammers, locks and scissors on Pep - than you can find in a hardware store. Angott. even tried the airplane spin. Once Angott grabbed Pep around the ankles. He did lite' utmost lo carry out all Ihe fine old traditions of the in his string , of |82 victories. You .asked yourself, : wlmt -Jem Diiscoli,'Owen Moran, Abe Atlell, JohniH Dijiidec Bcnnj Leonard, Tony Canzohcrl nhrt .ft dozen others Would do to Yoii answered your . own question. They'd feint, mnkc hlm, ; lcad aiid jolt' him with uppcicuti jii, he lunged In Boston the night . before, Jackie Culluru defended his hi. 11. A championship, simply by using Pittsburgh Jackie Wilson- as a tackling dummy, and bulling him nil, over the Joint. Mnybe it's the" commando Influ- Mr. Farmer See Us For Farm Equipment Of All Kinds! Two Horse BREAKING' PLOWS (No certificate required) dice. I Whatevci it is, the vailous boxing commissions had better jnck up their referees. Wicslllng finally got do bad performances had to be billed ns exhibitions.. Horse Drawn, 1 row PLANTERS (No certificate required). All sizes new A-C TRACTORS (Need certificate) All sizes Clipper SEED CLEANERS Need certificate). - ; Horse ami Tractor DISC HARROWS (Need certificate) ... See us for FIELD SEED of all kinds. PAUL BYRUM 122 E. Main 1'honc 404 previous victory, is expected to go «» P ""= ° lu , irnump is 01 • nu to the'post'as the favorite In the """'"B r « c , kc . t . ,T but ^ . thc , i the'post fifth race such sprinters ns Ball'y- amet,. Mixer, Here She Is, Sun Pharos and Maxiekm will clash. Mixer drew top \ycighl of 118 pounds v Business as Usual • ^DETROIT, Mich'. (UP)—A U. S. Army sergeant volunteered as an elevator operator in the USD club here. Soon after he went to work, he'posted'a sign which read, "Permissible to Tip the Elevator Operator." Most'of his customers were enlisird men No rcporl is avail- 'able.'oh his '.'take." RHEUMATIC PAID •ltd i HHktH Hill nlll Fun Hull If you suffer from rheumatic pain or muscular C-2223 today for real pain-relieving help. 60c.' SI. Caution: Use only as directed. First Hartford lad Into Ihe Inps of riiia- sictcis. Angotl would hit nnd grab Pep under the-arms and then wrestle ..._ - more, and Billy, Cavanash stood Idly by hi a poor exhibition of refereeing. A capable referee would make Alight stand \i|> and fieht or toss him from thc premises, yet the rough young mini from Little Washington has been eclting away with everything but nmyheni for several years. This is something in the way. of evidence that ref ereelng has deteriorated with thc combatants. 'Davanagh Just let Angott ami Pep go, and in tjie end had no Idea how lo unravel Iheni. As it became evident that Pep was lotaliy unable lo do anything about it, you stamped him as an . .. . overruled onc-trnck fighter. You bottle purchase price refunded by suspected that there must hint druggist if not satisfied Get C-2223. been n synthetic stretch or two A TIMElif SUIT IS ALVl/AYS RIGHT/ WEAR IT MORNING, NOO^ OR NIGHT! 'Strictly A White Face Sale 250 Head of Heifers and Steers Consisting of 70 HEAD OF HEIFERS 15 BULLS and BALANCE STEERS ranging in weight from 375 to 600 Ibs. -TO BE SOLD AT AUCTION- Saturday, March 27 .Startingat Ten O'Clock i Mile South of Central Hi. School Caraway, Arkansas PAUL DOWNS Owner LKO SWIFT Auctioneer I r's a great convenience to have ,i sine that so perfectly tailored, made of such line wool fabric that you can wear it around 'clock! Yes, Timely Clothes shed wear laugh off wrinkles... they always keep looking well-groomed, no matter how fast the pace! . . Merit and Pennwood Suits- For Spring $40 up 125 up ;ill- the and you R. D. Hughes & Co. T I M 1! I. Y M K S S A G U . . , n U Y M O ft E WAR BONDS Spruce Up Your Home While Doing SPRING CLEANING Our stocks are still complete on the following items: Complete stock of all-electric Tattle ami Floor Model Radios, with four different models in combination Radio-Record I'layers. 3 different makes of Hattery Sets, equipped with 1000-hour batteries in I'hilco, Crosley and General Electric. CHOICE OF IJATTKHY SKTS, OOQ QC COMl'LETP] WITH UA'ITERY VlW.W Electric Ranges - • ' ''i. Latest model Universal Electric Range Standard Model $18?.50 Deluxe Model ..:....... $192.50 •' ,G, E. Studio Model $114.95 Kitchen Cabinets Complete stock of Showers Cabinets with Masonite tops. . . a few models with porcelain tops, one by Showers and one Hoosier. SHOWERS CABINET with porcelain tup, ';" /Our leader at Heating Stoves All models in Warm 'Morning Heaters and a complete stock of Florence Heaters except the portable models. . DINING BREAKFAST SUITES Complete showing of Hreakfast suites from inexpensive sets to the higher priced chromium sets. ' '" ! . Complete Dining Room Suites in all styles and sines. . . '..,.. LIVING ROOM SUITES-STUDIO (OUCHES ROCKERS IJeautiful showing of Karpen 2-piece Suites and "odd Settees, 'ajl ,>yilh spring construction. , , .-.•.-.:• . In Cheaper suites we have the new Victory models with all colors and types of upholstery. : A . . 'STUDIO COUCHES are mostly in Victory models but we still have a few styles with spring construction. : ••• .-..'.' : A complete, stock of Rockers with spring scats and backs. BEDROOM SUITES 40 patterns in the latest designs and Period styles... the largest display we've ever shown. Poster or panel beds. Solid walnut and mahog- jiny, .veflcers and imitations. Any type you want at prices the same as March of last year. , 'ODD BEDS, MATTRESSES, SPRINGS Complete showing of wood and iron Beds in all sizes. A few IJeauiyrcst Box Springs . . . full stock of cheaper Box Springs, in all sizes. . '•'.•: A few Inncrspring Mattresses . . . and a complete stock of felt mattresses including the nationally known Scaly Tuftlcss and White. Knight made by Simmons. FLOOR COVERINGS '" Axhiinister Rugs • • • $36.50 to $72 Wilton Rugs in all sizes . . . choice of Alexander-Smith or Mohawk. Special orders in any size and quality . . . complete samples. Gold Seal 9x12 Rugs, all new patternss. $6.95 Gold Seal yard goods in fi foot and 9 fool widths. CONGOLEUM CRESCENT RUGS V ; S4 1000 Maritex 9x12 Rugs S3 95 Good stock of Armstring's 12x12 and 12x15 rugs. Also Armstrong's Felt Base yard goods in 12 foot width. ,^-^^^^» MIRRORS, large stock of newest designs in all sizes and shapes. HUBBARD FURNITURE COMPANY We liny and Trade in Used Furniture

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