rwasn BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1943 Biooklyn Again Loses To St. Louis As Both Teams' Close On Leaders Jumping To I.C.4-A. Triple By l)nli«J Fress • Tfce barn-storming!Boston Braves are*»hooping and hollering right on the heels of Hie leading Brooklyn-Dodgers in the National League. Boston clipped the Pittsburgh Pirates lii; both ends of a doubleheader yesterday' afternoon, as the Dodgers dropiwd their second in a row to the St. Louis Cardinals. Brooklyn now nns but a one- game lead. The'Braves won the first In 11 innings, 2 to 1. Johnny McCarthy i got hit Number Four for the day »lih one out in the llth, stole second, "and/ scored when Whitey Tietelmaim singled. The Braves had things a little easier in the nightcap, as they won 5 to. 3. Boston came up with three runs In'the'first inning and coasted: on through from behind five-hit pitching Uy George Jelt- coat and Al Stout. The : world champion Cardinals look the measure of the Dodgers, 3 to 2. It was the case of too much of that left hand pitching again. Manager Billy South^'orth tent Max Lntiler In to start. He got in a little-Jam in the seventh and.'for the second day in a row, Harry Brecheen went to the rescue. Some more of Hint IcH-hahd- eds stuff. The Cincinnati Reds whammed Bill Lohrman and Van Mungo for 12 solid blows but the Giants won 3 to 2 Mel Oil, the little Giant manager, clubbed a homer in the very first inning with one aboard What proved to be the winning run was the result of Gordon's triple and Orengb's fly In the sixth. For the first time this season Johnny VanderMeer failed to finish', for the Reds. Chicago at Philadelphia was postponed All, games in the American League, were postponed. i. Joday's Games SOUTHERN LEAGUE 'Memphis at Atlanta Nashyill$ at New Orleans Little Rock at Chattanooga, Knoxyille at Birmingham. <- NATIONAL LEAGUE St' Louis at Brooklyn. Cincinnati at New York Chicngo' , at Philadelphia, games. Pittsburgh "at Boston.. . tw Marshall To Meet Bivins June 8th CLEVELAND, O,, May 20 (UP) —Jimmy Ulvlns will risk Ills "ilur- alicn" National Boxing Association light heavyweight title in Cleveland on June f). He has been matched with Lloyd Marshall In.a -round bout at Cleveland stndi- uin, • The fight bctwc.cn the ilwo.CJcvo- IIIIKI Kot'i'oc.s is what. Die trade likes to call "n niUlirnl."'Marshall trounced Anlon Christoforidis, the Greek liuhl heavy. Anton was barely beaten by Bivins last Fall In a final bout of an elimination tournament to'determine the duration champion. Fvt.'Alfred lUchmond (l)oo) Morcom of .New Hampshire sweeps jumping, titles. 1 at Trlborough Stadium;' Randalls Island, New York, for first time in 07-ycnr history of Infercolieglate A. A.. A.-A. •: Left]' 23 feet 10 Inches in single nUcmpl in broad jump. Upper right, 14 feet In |X>le vault. With ri«]U . foot bare, 0 feet 4 inches in high jump. Attle Rock Protest Jisallowcd liy Evans ATLANTA, Ga., May 20 (UP)— 'resident Billy Evans of the Southern Association today illsiil- owed Little Rock's' protest of llic econd game of a doublcbeader wllh New Orleans lust Sunday. New Orleans won-B to 4 but llic Ytivelers proles.l(;d .on grounds hat Umpire Kober iwniiiUeil 'ellcans pllchcr Jesse 'Danna lo deliver u third strike while bailer ho?.eu was out of Hie butter's MX. Eva as said Kober maintain^! hat Chozcn twice had stepped out of the box without asking that time be called to grant such permission. Yesterday's Results SOUTHERN LEAGUE Night guinea*. Knoxvillc at Atlanta. Memphis al Birmingham. Only gnmcs scheduled. NATIONAL LEAGUE New York 3, Cincinnati 2. St. Louis 3, Brooklyn 2. Boston 2-5, Pittsburgh 1-3, game 11 innings. Chicago at Philadelphia, poned. . firs post AMERICAN LEAGUE New York at Detroit Washington at St Louis, two. Boston al Cleveland, Iwo. .Philadelphia a,l Chicago, two. Baseball Standings : AMERICAN LEAGUE Boston at Cleveland, |»stt)on6<i Philadelphia al Chicago, post pdned. ' Washington at St. Louis, postponed. ' : New York nt Detroit, postponed. SOUTHERN Nashville . ^Birmingham Chattanooga Little Rock New Orleans xAllanla ^Memphis .. xKnoxville . . LEAGUE W. I,. Pet . 16 B- .667 -.' 16 9 .640 .. i* 9 . 14 10 . 12 14 . 10 13 .. 7 16 . 5 15 .009 .583 .402 .435 .304 .286 BYBQSIQNCLUB Karons Knock Chicks* Into Cellar Position Paragould Horse Show To Be Held June 22 l'AKAOOUr,D, Ark., Mny 20 — Al ii iwelliig of llic I'arayouUI Horse fc'how Committee al tlic Chamber o( Commerce' hciuloiinr- ters. il was voled lo hold ; the local Ktwimis Club -' sponsored, .show Tuesday night, .lime 22, in; orilcr to •ntlincl hopes that 1 .will ;!ippca'i nl shows to be hold nt Texarkiina, Aik., Shelby, Miss., and Mcinpliis II tiLso wus'volcd lo,iiu'rcnsb;-Ihe irlzc money .of-llieishuw 'siibsian- .inlly above the original $700: There will'he al leasl 12 or i:i daises. "Mcnibcrs of llic coniiuilli!e dLs- ciiKKi'd n Iwo-day show, but. finally iljrcejl on the. oiie-niijIU event, to ie lioltl at • the llnrmon Playfield. It will be the third annual horse show here. -olorful Baseball Figure Given Unconditional Release By -Braves ;'. TiOSTON, May 20 (UP)— Gome/, appears lo have just aboul •caclied Ihe end of his days as a najor league pitcher. The Boston Halves' front office announces Hint Gomez 1ms been elcased uncondttlonnlly. Gomez iolned the Braves this year after long iierlod of service with the Mew York Yankees. For li : years— from 1931 to 1942— I*fty was one of the mnlnntays of the bomber pitching staff. : But this 'season, he hurled only, n couple of exhibition games for the Braves. Then he developed n' sore arm and was forced to 'tile sidelines. The release of Gomez cuts the Braves' rosier lo 2C. Anolher playr er must be dropped by midnight tonight when the 25 player limit rule goes into operation. By United Press Only a Imlr-lrlBgen line percentage separate first place'Nashville and second place Birmingham.'In Hie Southern Association. The Barons topped the Memphis Chicks Wednesday" niglil—9 t<>"8— although outtlit !5 to 12. •< -'• The loss - sluiUlcd the Chicks to the cellar. Knoxville former oc- cupiuit of Hie last" place spot' defeated liie Allanta Crackers' fi" Id 1 in Atlanta.. • It .was a night of unortliodox b'useball. The two games—llic only ones played—produced 42 hits and nine errors, New series begin today with Memphis-iii Atlanta, Knoxville-llu' Birmingham, Little Hock in Chat- tunoajp.,'iimj Naslivillc in New Or' " "'•'- By 1IAKIIY CiKAYSON NKA Sports Keillor NEW YORK— Louis FVustc) reuses lo compare Count Fleet with Man o' .war. Tliat would be un- 'nti', for the man who trained Big :Jed Relieves he could have given from 10 to 20 pounds to any horse ever foaled and Ijcsten him. He (linibls tliat the turf will ever see his equal. Feustel Is of the opinion, however, that Count Fleet will go down n- the books as the best horse of the era. Feustel, like everybody else, was 'ooled on Count Fleet a year ago, when John D. Hortt was trying to jeddlc 'the Kentucky Derby and Pronkness winner for $4500. It was not until he snw him down the Wldcncr chute at Ijiilinout one morning that Feustel was sold on Count Fleet. It wns- n't the lime although the son of Heigh Count worked • five furlongs in a record figure. It was the long, closc-to-the ground stride which enables him to set and maintain such :i terrific pace and show no distress :it the finish. Breeding -iiul action 'are essential requisites in. a fine horse Feustel stresses! Other (|iialitles are necessary, of course, sinil while mast- tiipnolchcrs nrc . distinctive ' ordinary conformation such us that of Count Fleet. Beauty is only skin deep in lorscs, too. Northwestern University is to stage the National Intercollegiate Tennis Championship next month. The school takes the position that great number of the parlldpunls will shortly be in the armed forces, and may never have another oj>- iwrtunlty to compete. There was some pressure brought to bear to cancel the National Championships at Forest Hills lust ummer, but they were brought lo a highly successful conclusion. The standard of play compared favor- nbly with Iliat of other seasons The year 1942 will never have to apologize for its singles champion, 1'ed Schrocder. i It was a mistake to call off the ' nnjor golf tournaments. By this time It again has been demonstrated that major sports events serve an even more useful innpose with the nation at war. President Jim Gallagher offers Lou Novikoff $6000,. which isn't much for a second-year man with the Chicago Cubs, but o.«j member of the party tells me lie wouldn't pay the Mad Russian $2000 a yeur as a ball ' player. Another describes htm as ah uncertain outfielder who doesn't hit ' regularly. "'It would be a great break for of Hie pitchers. "Then he'd only have a chance of beating us 22 limes Instead of 154." And all the cubs criticism of Novikoff is not confined to hi.s performance on the field. You quickly gather Hint his teammates have no great affection for him. If Lou . Novikoff suspects the Inst-place Cute pine for him as he huffs and puffs in Los AnydCK, he's sadly mistaken. Shonyo Negroes Raise Fund For Extra Month Of School Seven months of school wasn't enough, so P.T.A. members of the Shonyo Negro School got busy. They raised enough money through public subscription to extend their school term another full month. The school has two teachers, Maude Tohvcv mid Amelia Henderson, pitrt TX»_u>t UK' FLAKES Blytheville Independents To Play At Manila Sunday The lilythevllle Independents are scheduled to go lo Manila Sunday to meet lhal team for the first time. Elliicr Hurl. Wilson "or .Urn Henry Lutes will pitch for the Blyllicvillc club as they havc'shnr- cd mound "duties so far this -year In [our games tins year the.In- dependents have .experienced lltllc difficulty in .overcoming Ilieir opponents, relying chiefly'upon'-su- perior hilling iwwcr. : The gnmc-will.be played at the Manila ball field stalling at 2 o'clock. , - Read Courier News want ad* . and liml) frctpieiHly are hidden by us if he were traded,' remarks one Most.fish have teeth, which they shed many limes during llielr lives. New leelh are always grown to replace llic olil ones. ' ' r- IN CiOOU TA.STE'i - • PORT MONMOUTli, N. J. — nsebiill learn represeniing the inih signal Training Regiment of Fort Mommmth will wear new orange mid cream uniforms, socks and caps to iimlch. Sml1 " 1 wini Menan«, far- ,,,,-rly Mexican Heat Pow OF MINOR (tnr — cuoliitg. uti'd SKIN IRRITATIONS Brooklyn . St. Louis . . Boston ^Philadelphia Cincinnati New^York Phittsburgh Chicago NATIONAL LEAGUE W, L. Pet. . n 14 8 14 B 11 11 12 13 11 14 9 13 1 17 .654 .636 .036 .500 .480 .440 .409 .292 New York Cleveland Washington St Louis . DitfbU "•' . FhUadel)>hl Chicago Boiton . AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L Pet. .. U .-. 13 9 ... 14 11. ... 9 9 .. 10 H .. 11 K .... 8 11 ...SI! .638 .591 .F.60 .500 .476 .4-10 .421 Uidtt Altft Dulii^irVi 8»g Loss For Ptt PHILADELPHIA May 20 (UP) — It looks as though tbc Philadelphia Phillies will be without the services of shortslop Babe Dahlgren. x Dahlgren has taken his draft board physical cxaminalion am doctors say he has no physical dis- abiHties However, it will be scvera days before the board inform Dahlgren of the final results o the test Dahlgren Is leading the Phlllie in batting wllh a .357 average an Is" fourlh in the league standings. He-is 30 years old and Ihe father of « six monlhs old child. MANY NEVER SUSPECT CAUSE OF BACKACHES TW.OUTrMtnwntOften.•. 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