The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 1, 1943 · Page 8
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MCE EIGHT BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS K-r-r^r-r-r-r-r-Qcing Fans! Five-Hit Pitching ; of Fitz- simmohs Enables Dodgers To Stay Head . By UniUd Press Fat'Freddie FUzslmmom, one of <he oldest of Brooklyn's "Nine Old Mai," had the last laugh loday. Through Ills five-hit pitching (he Dodgers were able to slave off Ihe rapidly pursuing St. Louis Cardinals and..retain their hold on first place; .'-. .• • Freddie pitched lib team to a 1 lo 0 victory after they had droppued the first game of «i double header 7 to 0. 'The Pirates and the Braves split. Boston took the first game, 6 lo l, behind Jim -Tobln's five hit mound effort.'Bob Klinger won the plight- cap ns thc Bugs shut oiit Hie Braves, 4 lo 0. Cincinnati failed to win two but got through a doubleheader without losing a game for Ihc first time this year. The Reds look tlic opener .from the New York Giants, G to 4; Tha nightcap was called In thc sixth inning a scoreless deadlock. .Phillies Win .The Phillies 'snapped a six-ennie josing :streak 'by beating tlic Cubs, 10 to 4, in Ihc first of two games. But the Cubs came back to lake Ihc second, .8lo 2.-The double bill was featured by five home runs, two off the tat of Bill Nicholson, Chicago outfielder. tin the American League, the Yanks split with Ihe white sox lo remain on lop.pt the . American League."Chicago ..won,.the opener, 10 to 5 with, a five run barrage In the lOlh Inning. The Yank's -took Ihe second game, 10 lo 4, aided by homers by Charlie Keller and Joe Cordon.'.' '..'"' '•;.'• .'.,,' .iThe, Washington Senators and the Cleveland Indians .also split it pair. Thc Nats cbppcd thc first, B to 7 and the.Tribe won the second, 7,\ to 6. Alex Carrasqtie! won the first game and lost the second af- tcr;being called on for two jobs o( relfefing. Cplricldentnlly enough. 1 Earl Center, Cleveland hnrler, did the same thing in reverse. He lost the first and won Ihc second In a double relief role. Red Sox Win In 131h -The Boston Red Sox.- scored Ihe day's-only, clean sweep by'beating the Browns in Iwo extra Jnnlng /.w^ GehrigV Parents Lay Wreaths At Plaque In Yankee Stadium NEW YORK, June 1 (UP)—Thc .tine, Memorial Day. The scene, Yankee Stadium. The vast, stadium was empty. Smply Hint Is except for two cltlor- y people who strolled out lo ccn- er field and. placed two small vrcnlhs at the tool ol the placiue erected in honor of Lou Oehrig. The two persons Mr. and tfrs Gchrlg' parents of one nt baseball's nil-time ijrcals. Later that ndcrnoon tlic largest crowd of the' year thronged lo Yankee Stadium to witness a dou- ileheadcr. And out of thc more than 50,000 there, It's doubtful K a 100 noticed * thc wreaths and s'ondercd ,'ivliy they .were lliere. Tomorrow is the second nmilver- iry.of Lou's death and on Unit his memory belongs to the From June 1, 1925 to April 30, 1939, Columbia Lou never missed a same with the New York Ynn- kecs. His amazing consecutive game record of 2,130 seems certain to stiintl for all lime. big follow lo a 10-year Icrm as a member of New York City's iiirec man parole commission, 'i.ou was grateful foi 1 tlic opportunity and worked hard to establish .something constructive in the minds ol erring men and boys. Then, .on June 2, 10-11, tlic entire world was stunned anil saddened by ills death. The spirit and heart of Lou Gehrlg will linger on and stories ol his feats will be told us lung as baseball Is played. Tomorrow is the second anniversary of his death. Ills way of life was such ihr.t he was Inspiration lo the youth of America And for thai, us miicli as his baseball greatness, lie is remembered and honored. t-oii would ]>nve liked (o be re- nwmbcrcd for that. struggles. The veteran AI Simmons, M™,, n t ti, drove ma run in the 3th. frame L, '?«,?• tllc ,? mc ? wcrc P Iil >'of thc opener to give tlic Sox a 2-£L° , sh f, 8rJl "'I' 1 ™ r " c " im to 1 decision. Boston pushed over |Lo , 1 flh « ' ckllllmc ° f ll( »' M»»-" two runs In the lenlh inning of Ihe't" ' the m , c " °, n t \ e ri1m ' iniul ' second game for a 7 lo G win I „? , v ™ s c ,°!"! clcrctl lho onc tm: * 3 The Philadelphia Athletics split S l ,° . fo -' ll|) °V«'nl 8 hl from with the Detroit Tigers. Detroit won -|['j th •* houscr's two hitter; But Roger Wolff i cit i, ni<l - . -.' fcunckle-balled the Tigers Into a 1 "• w"s not until after a week of Infirmity. But he did— 4 to 3 defeat in. the nighlcap. Baseball Standings .SOUTHERN LEAGUE W. L. Pel. •Birming ...............' H-14 .041 examination at the Mnyc Brothers' clinic at Rochester, Minn., that a shocked baseball world learned that Lou had' n form of Infantile paralysis; That" he ,would Yesterday's Results .SOUTIIKKN I.UAUUU Knpxvllle 10, Birmingham 1 Night, Games: Allnnln Jit .Memphis. Nciv Orleans at Nashville. Chattanooga nt Litlle Hock. ,:•- ASIKKICAN LEAGUE Chicago._10-4. New York 5-10, scc- SEES POSTWAR COLLEGE BALL AT NEW HIGH: PHILADELPHIA (UP)—Dr..Waler C'nrlsK. velciah coach -of .the University of Pennsylvania .baseball team, believes, college baseball will rise lo new licighls In bo*h spectator and player interest after tlic war. . .. ' ..;-. Dr. Cariss, diamond coach" at Penn for .23 years, said the college brand of thc sport would recelye'Us greatest .impetus from scrviqe men returning to college with : a \deslre to maintain Hie association-they maintained with baseball Iri '.the service. . . , "With the experience they-':will liavc gained In camp mid thdr'na- lural desire to play the rsribft, those returning, to college- af'er tlic war should give us a brand of baseball .that will be far. superior lo wlial we have lho past 12 or v > years," lie said. ' Cole' in Armored Division CAMP CAMPBELL, Ky (UP) — jTolin Cole, former fullback 'for thc Philadelphia Eagles and a veteran of, 13 years in football, is now a lieutenant in the 20th'armored division here.' • Dodgers Put Servicemen ' In Charge Returned Balls NBW YORK (UP)_Thc Brooklyn Dodgers have Instituted a new plan lo facilitate. ; the return of baseballs hit into the stands'^! Ebbet Field so that- they cari ; .bb distrilmted lo service units end 10 luiilngs. " ' " v " ' Two servicemen arc put in charge Boston 2-7, St. Louis 1-li, first 13 of thc receptacles for returned balls cadi day and prior 'to, the l-'nme ask the fans to co-operate by throwing balls back to thc';field'. innings; second 10 innings Detroit 7-3, Philadelphia 0-1 Washington 8-0, Cleveland 1-1. second ' J3 Innings. never play baseball again:" He remained the Yanks 2314 .VII through the 1940 season. But af- xChattanooga 19 12 .G13 ter l " nc Brjiix Bombers had won JtLitlle Rock ............ 18 13 5811 ' h <* Ann III .straight World Series .......,.... xAllanta . . . . ____ -. . ..... 1718 .48fi xNew Orleans ...',• ...... ' 17 22 .436 .Knoxvlllc ............. 13 22 .371 XMemphis ............. 3 25 265 AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Pet, -. , . . . New. York . ......... ,.-;. 19 13 Washington ..... ..... ;. 19 16 .594 .5*43 ..... ..... . Philadelphia ............ 19 17 .528 Cleveland v ....... ...... 1817 [514 Detroit , ............... 1C 1C .50C Boston ................ 17 19 .472 Chicago ................ 13 16 .«8 St. Louis ...... -.' ---- '..I'll 18 379 NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pet. Brooklyn ............... 25 13 .658 St Louis . ............. 22 12 029 Boston ................. IB 15 . 5 i 6 Cincmnali ............. 17 18 .486 Pittsburgh ............. 16 n .435 Philadelphia ............ 1619 .457 N ew York ............. 1521 .417 Chicago ................ 12 23 .343 . title, Gehrlg rclircd. Mayor LaGuardla appointed the Today's Games SOUTHERN I.EAGUK Atlanta at Memphis, nighl. Chatlnnooga a Little Hock, two games. New Orleans at Nashville. Birmingham at Knoxvillc. NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn at SI. Louis. •"'•'. Nc'w York at Cincinnati. Boston at Pittsburgh. Philadelphia at Chicago. AMERICAN LEAGUE. Cleveland nt Washington', night. . Detroit at Plilladelphla, night. Chicago at New York. St. Louis nt Boston. WASTE FATS Are Urgently Needed-In The Manufacture of Munitions! Mrs. Housewife: NATIONAL LEAGUE Cincinnati G-0, New" York second called fifth, weather. Boston 0-0, Pittsburgh 1-4. Philadelphia 10-2, Chicago 4-8 St. (Louis 7-0, Brooklyn 0-1 •1-0, Read Courier ivews want adj. 32 Froni Squad Join' ':•<;'. MILWAUKEE, WiS tUP)-Of tl» •ID men on coach 'Tom Stiriham's Martuieltc University football squad last fall, 32 arc now in the service, with 10 still on the campus. Most of those remaining arc meriv- bers of the marine and naval: re- I serves. . \ _ ASPHALT BOTTOA COTTON PICK SACRi THElOMESTMMIMGCOTroKPICHOiai MTHE MARKET. OUTLASTS TKOOB.' THfiEE DUCK BAGS - BY ftCTUBLTESTJ' THE ASPHALT BOTTOH MEBBSllllE IMK ' PLENTY OF 9FT.SftCK§ FOB SALE BY LEADING JOBBERS 1. Save WASTE FATS And GREASES- 3. Keep In COOL PLACE- Mr. Dealer: 2. STRAIN Into CLEAN CANS- 4. SELL It to Your MEAT DEALER! NUNN PROVISION CO. Phone 583 DEFE FIRST Make defense against heat and fricliou your first thought when you buy motor oil. Ruy Sinclair Opaline. Opaline contains no "5th Columnist" wax and petroleum jelly—non-lubricaliug substances that thiu out in heat and cut down on oil's lubricating ability. Wax and petroleum jelly are removed from Opaline by an extra refining process. Play safe. Use Sinclair Opaline Motor Oil. It lasts so long it saves you money. B. J.ALLEN Phone 2005 -. A^ent - BlytkeTilIe, Ark. Gomez Is Eliminated Early In Tag .Match; Lawson Displays Class Pedrp Gomez looked like anylhing Init a wrestler In his first ami the lust TUKSUAY', JUNK \, 1943 All Set poralbly, only exhibition at American Legion arena here ,,.»t night, but as a boxer he might have Siren the' fans Bn cyrtul. in fact, Gome?, actually was a boxer who /ought to divert his activities Into the game of tug and slug, accord- In to Prompter Alike Mcroney. At any rate, Gomez was less than impressive In the company of the other three iKrformers and his inability to give his teammate, Buck Uiw.son, any real help accounted for the relatively easy victory of .Jack Bloomfieid and Charlie Laje In the feature match, The deaf-and-dum Gomez at-' tempted to.'play fisticuffs with' Bloomfieid and-for hLs trouble received a black eye. Bloomfield eliminated'.Scrior Gome/, quickly Slid that-left Law-soil to battle the other- two. •' : • 'Ihe great ..exhibition of Inwson saved the ..show..He refused to quit battling, although he knew Die odds- were loo great for him and it took the combined efforts of Bloomfieid and Laye..to : wln'the match. Lawson finally, was .eliminated In 24 nlmilcs with a body pin after absorbing a - considerable Amount of! 'punishment. Laye encountered little real opposition '.from Gomez in Ihe one- fall preliminary bout, disposing of the senor. In four minutes with a body plti. -The other individual match -was. won by Lawson, who succeeded In grabbing a dilute jackknife to trim Bloomfieid in 15 minutes' of "hectic wrestling. (.oil KovikolT, violent holdbui' climbs into Cliinijjo Culj monkey suit. Medal Winners Serving IOWA CITY. la. (UP)—At least half Die men ivho ivoti the University of fowa's Big Teh medal for proficiency in athletics and scholarship during'the past 20 vcars are now serving in the armed" forces. • DELTA FARMS FOR SALE 40 A; NE Braggadocio, Mo. Tip-top: land. Poor imprbvc- - ments., S1Z5 per A. Buyer tan collect this year's rent. 160 A. N Bragfadocio. Best ol improvemrnts on (tic hcst of land. »1Z5 per A. Has large loan—small down iiuymcnl can.,handle, , . 80A N\V Steclc. S sets -of ii iprovcmi'nK Nan- resident o ncr. Finest type cypress li ill. Aboul 5(500 down, tel- :i CK M years. ... , •1 A. NW Slcclc. Poor imp ovcnicnls on extra good II nil. S1WI Iicr A. liuycr can collect lliis year's rent. OtKer Farms in'Arkansas and Missouri See Me for City Property Russell E. Riales City and Farm Properly Goff Hotel SALESMEN: - . Phones 2028-2029 lather Gray, I'.lythcville — Bob Green, O.wcoli Sunset Gold No. 370193 The Stallion of Perfect Conformation AT STUD Wilson Allen's Sunset Gold i WORLD'S FINEST WALKING STALLION A Full Brother to ! Grand Champion-Pride of Memphis Sired by the Famous Wilson Allen Wilson Allen's Sunset Gold is a Dark Chcslnul, two }„ nt ' e Stockings Behind, While Star and Snii), and is rive Years Old. A Limited Number O f Selected Roistered Walking Marcs Will Be Accepted Several Real Walking Horses and Bred Mares for Sale Phone or Write J.H. GRAIN, Wilson. Ark. Washington Far A b o v e Accustomed Place and Manager Is One Reason NEW YORK, June 1. (UP)-Last year the Washington Senators finished In seventh place in the American League. In fact a spot on the .second division is nothing new to Clark tjrllfith's club. But this year the team has been in the first division for quite some lime. And the u-ny the Senators have been going they coulrl be at the top when the final average.', are tabulated. Stranger tilings have happened in Boointown, D. 0. The sudden Senator splurge causes some speculation. Anil the ,rsl spot to receive attention Ls ihc managerial post, Ossle Jilucgc, In Ills first year at the helm, is really doing a bang-up job. And that brings u.u the question as to why so ninny baseball managers in their first year on the job have made pennant contenders out of supposedly poor team. Mickey Cochrane, you may remember, won a pennant his' first year as boss of the Detroit Tigers. Bucky Harris, now manager of the Philadelphia Phillies, and Joe Cronln, both took Washington to the top (he first year they hail the reins, Beginners luck, you may say. nut don't believe that luck will win u baseball pennant. Jil probably can be attributed (o the fact that rookie managers arc s o anxious to -make good lliat they never come down en" Ihcli- toes. They're thinking, of (lie game all the time and instill heads-up busebnll Into their charge's. And at the end of the year they have a pennant. Later, perhaps, when the man- nBcr.s become veteran holsmmeii they rest on their laurels and fiji to spark a club with enough j- c , t to force it to the top. Any number of other reasons could be advanced for Initial success, some of which may be sound But if Ossie liliiege comes throu..|i lliis season Clark Griffith prubublv will hire n IICK- manager cvcrv year. It will be lite third pennant under new reins. Hut then re. member, we said If. Die porpoise devours Its own weight In lish about every 4H hours. $25 REWARD fur rcl IIHI of LOST DOG Screw-Tail isrin,!!,, Bull with "bile neck. Weighs about 33 pounds. L B. Chshvood 501 N. Bill. 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