fAGE BIZ BI/YTIIEVILLE (ARK.)' COUIUEH NEWS PflSIIEIIBE IJOJOJIEIE Legion Sponsors Northeast Arkansas Loop; Service ^ Teams To Play •JONE3BOKO, A}'}:., May 3. — Baseball niay soon come back into the' picture' here -under sponsorship of the' American Legion with Array Air Bases loams playing the participating roles, It was indicated today. From Walnut Ridge comes news that the Army Air liasc at Hint point is anxious to schedule games to be played bore on Tuesday or Thursday, night or Sunday afternoons. Tile Blythcville and Newport ait bases nre also planning to enter teams in the loop, and elforls are also going forward to interest the Army Administration School nl Arkansas Slate College here In the plans. Independent teams arc also sought, but little interest apparently has been nmnitested In tills end. A guarantee of 40 per cent of the gate receipts will be given visiting teams. Managers of clubs interested should communicate with Capt. Felix Simon, director of physical training at the Walnut nidge air base. Tccli Students to Swim ANN AK13OR, Mien. (U!>>— ID less tliaiv a year more than 1,000 University of Michigan students have been laiight to swim as part of the school's compulsory physical training program. Atlanta's Hitting Beats Smokies 11-9 «y United PITM Although the 'smokies got to Cracker Pitcher Cbnrlle Coznrt early linri often In the first game of Sunday's double-header In Knoxville, Atlanta came through with some noble hitting to take the contest 11 to D. The Crackers wcren'i so lucky In (he second gnme, and despite a nlnc-nm rahy in u;e last inning, bowed to the Smokies 11 to 10. Manager A! Lclu got a homer -ith the bases loaded In the final inning rally, but the Crackers still ended the game with the one point deficit, Nashville and New Orleans each scored a double triumph in the day's set of twin bills. Birmingham sijtit ft pair with Memphis, but. clung to the Southern Association lead. The Barons .swept over the Chicks 18-5 on 24 lilt*. In the opener, but fell down in the nightcap when Memphis won 8-3. Nashville marie It four out of five in the scries against Clial- lanoDga. 8 to T, and 3 lo 2. Eldon Undscy allowed the Lookouts only four hits In the .second game. Ullle Hock Jind New Orleans went 15 innings in their first game before the Pels were able lo break n tie nnrt take the game 2 lo 1. In the second game, New Orleans won 4 to 2 In short order. The first game was three hours and 21 minutes long. Monday is travel day in the Southern Association and no gnmcs ire on schedule. An improved design for a bomb fin in mass produciton will snve enough steel to build two Liberty ships. A Complete I ; iuc of HAN US Underwear at Joe Isaacs, Inc. Clad for swift jungle action WITH llicircoolopni-naksliirls ami lightweight trousers, our Iropical soldiers arc dressed lor comfoit iind unhampered fighting cQiuicncy. 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'' ' BANES UNDERWEAR F0« MEN AKO' SOTS FOR EYtRY^SEASO N * I) you tmnni ttlnays-ff,•four- laconic ll\M.b sf)7c, phase re' member Him much aj oar jirot/iic' lion is going u> our Armed forces. Buy HAIN'ES Underwear At Palms 'Down* . •~^*<*!^'.>*^-*«x^ti«^,;»Vf.Kw^i*.,:!!.mK^ Danny Miirtaunh of Phillies slides home safely palms down to com-' l))c'li; double: slcul willi Don Norlliey as Hiwklni Dod^ci's win 4-2 J Jt Shibc Park. Mk-koy Owen's dance makes it obvious that A1|W \.....«/ Cjlofsr;j)s throw is liijjh Uiibe i'mclli is umpire, jy. By IIAUItV (iltAVSON NKA SimrLs .Ifrlilor LOUISVILLE, May :i._The G9th lunlns ol the Kentucky Derby, like nil other ovcr-pubHulzcil .sports events, (javc rise to the o.iii;.s!imi ol whether there Is a war ellort on tlic pint of seekers of plush entertainment. Jits-hearted Matt winn had h| s inauc in hi.s cheek last winter when he said l!mt llio historic Run for the liases would l:c held I Iheie were only two horses entered and nulmdy theic but the lies ieiinlng over the fenee in the backslrclcli t« scr ft. Winn pvotessetl lo be blubbering with seiitinictu. uiinoiincc-d dial ic wns ready to [nit n|> 575.000 just for the Rlory n»tl tmrlltton of the nine Grass and tlse Derby vlth which he grew rich. There is no paint to nnminj; race unless the stiekers turn out n force, however, and Winn wiis- I't born yesterday, lie was barn the Unv before, knows hor.s players. Give them hosse.s and they'll find tlieir way. The joint \vas nnckotl. Tlie ODT asked, almost not clown on its kncr-.s with the pnblie .o avoid congestion of transpoila- .lon, esiiecially avounii Louisville, tlennlsely a ivnr mnn. And. as usual, precisely nothini; happeneil With all the talk of a streetcar Derby, Derbylown was full of outsiders. Thonsnnd.s got hero by joarding Louisville-bound trains 'u Cincinnati, for example, \vith- onl a ticket and paying the conductor who, obligingly tnM them space lo Uli/abctlilown, about 50 miles farther down (he tracks. U was none of Ihp conductor's business when (he train slopped in ^xmisvillc with jerks—and lioss The governor of Delaware eoulrt- n't convince two railroads that operation of inaccessible Delaware Park wouldn't nceivsitate overburdening the lines. The mayor of Saratoga insisted on business as usual. Long Island Railroad put on "relief" trains for Jamaica when specials were fciliidden. Bill Kync and Ooim>ii.ssloin>r Jerry Geisler look their troubles LO \Va.shinyton when Hubber Uivcc- lor Jellcr.s requested llic cancclla- lion of the Buy Meadows meeting. They won their point and now Kync asks 20 additional days, jive 'cm a furbin; and thei-'ll take tlse Derby distance. "We .should have the opportunity of preseiilini! our case in full before rcnchliiK a conclusion on such an Iniportnnt question," James E; Dccley wrote Christopher Del Scsto when the' Kliodc [sleuid director of the OPA requested that Nnrrngan- scll's parkini; lot.s hi: closed. President IJooley slnlied. rctjiicstcd a iT.nfcicnce. Oh, yc.s, the North African cmnimlBii and the Japs dig- Bint! in in the Pacific nrc hnporl- int. too. Our blocd bntli obviously is too fur removed t:> be plainly' evident to many who aren't personally touched, but these examples of conniving lor the vanity and profit of raclni! will surely bring about Ihe clcsins of liic loopholes through which .--cbeiiiers are always stlck-- ing their heads. If the muttiel milkers nud their accessories persist, the Golden Goose of racing is '.joins lo lay one more c:as. nml it won't be the kind buried al Fort Knox. Yesterday's Results XA'I'IONAIi [.iiAOUE Uoslon 3-5, Philadelphia 1-C. second 12 Innings. I'itbbinsli 3-1. Cliicayo 0-0. nrooklyn 3-1. New York '2-2. St. Louis 7-fi. Cincinnati 0-3. AJIKUIC'AN I.EAGUi; New York il-t. Washington 3-i. Boston 7-1, Philadelphia G-8, Cltvdnnd 5, Detroit 2, second postponed. St. Louis 3-5, Clilcnijo 2-1, first )ltnnlni;.s. Keiinclt Athletes Finish Second In Track Competition Saturday KENNE'IT. Mo., May 3.—Hor- ncrsvllle MItsh School, with winners In |)iactic.-illy every event, scored a total of 40 points Saturday afternoon lo win the annual Dunk- lln County (nick and field ineei. Tim meet wns held on the Ken- netl IllKh ficliool athletic field. Homersvllle linlshcd 41; points ahead of last year's winner. Keii- nelt. Only one record was broken, thai being the discus mark set in TO?, by C'riink of Kcmiott. Four lioys bioke the record, the event bciiif; won by Harold Mason of SciiaUi. wllli a heave of !.'(? feet 'C inch. Tin.' old record was 125 foci, 3'i.' inches. Gcveil Pells of Kennctt won tecotid with 31 loss of 134 fce(. 2 Indies, followed by Ilancpck of Kennctt antl Paul Mason of Scn- ulh. both having throws over the old records. Powell of Campbell succeeded in tyini; the 10.4 .second record for the ICO-yiml dash held jointly by three men and Inst hit by Kcnnctt of Uci'iicrsvillc back in 1933. Mason was the high point man by picking; up 20 of his team's 32'i (olid. He won firsts in the 440- yaid dii.sh. the pole vault and the discus, a second in the sholpul and a third in Ihe 220-yard dash. Gcvcll Pelts of Kcniictt with firsts in llic shot and broad jump and seconds in the discus and 100-yard dash, scored a iota! of Iti points. Timlin of •Jloi-nersville won both the low and high hurdles, Powell of Campbell won the ICO and 220 yard dashes, Renilcy of Horners- vllle iron Ihe mile. Key of Hoi- comb the 800 yard run, and Gene Turner of Holcamb won the high jump with a lenp of 5 feet 71-4 inches. SATURDAY, MAY 1, .I'M Newman And Laye At Arena /'remoter Mike Mcroncy offers another interesting lag inalcli at Hie American I-eelon arena oil North S'.conil .street tonight. Tlie bout Is iclieduloil with Rough riccl Roberts, frcrklecl terror of the ring vyho has Ijcen .serving hi Uncle Sam's HI' my, wjih ills partner Karl Von Xuppl arrayed against the formidable combination ol Charlie Lnyo and l.co Newman. Roberts rclimis in the local arena after an absence of several montlis He was introduce) from the ring last Monday iiislu when his match lonif'hi was announced by Mr Meroney. Huberts and his teninmale, Von •ii'lipi. arc regarded as two of the roughest pertoimers In the South Until arc veterans who know their way awitnd and they're certain to provide some interesting liniments for Luye and Newman, also a couple of ca.sc-hiintened customers «'ho can (jo it rough when necessary. Two imlivi(ii[;il matches also are on the card. In tile first Newman will take on KoUcrts in a one fall match, 30 minute time limit. The oilier will Ije between Laye and Von Zuppi under the same limitations. Baseball Standings SOUTHERN u:,V(!UK W. L. Pet. Hirmingham ............ ^ 'J .700 (\tliiulii ................ S 4 .SCO Nashville .............. li 4 .COO New Orleans ........... 5 5 .500 Little nock ............ 4 5 .444 Chattanooga ............ 3 5 .315 Knoxvillc .............. 3 5 .375 \fcmiihis ............... 3 G .333 NATIONAL 1 Hrooklyn St. Louis I'ittsburgh 'Jostoti Cincinnati Chicago' New Ygrk^ Philadelphia W, L. Pel 8 2 ,800 .GOO .fiOfl •! 3 .571 5 5 .500 .300 3 1 2 .300 .280 AMERICAN N'cw York Cleveland .Vashing'ton Detroit St. I.,mii5 Boston Philadelphia Chicago .KAGUK W. L Pel. 7 S .700 .(567 .583 6 3 7 5 4 .556 'I .500 4 0 .400 4 8 2 C .333 .200 0|im 7:15 l.linw Sinrls 7:15 . Always He jtml 250 Monday Night 0\K SHOW 0,VI,Y 1!(>.\- Office Oiicns 7:. L ill p.m. I'it'l tire StJirls 8:00 p.m. 'Wake Island' with lirian Donlory ,v Itolwvl t'rrslnn M.irrli .if Time i-'eln'tcil iSborls TUESDAY I'AL NITK 1 tickets for 25o 'Mayor of 44th St.' with George Muriitiy & ,v,m Shirley Selected .Shorls Sunset Gold No. 370193 The Stallion of Perfect Conformation AT STUD Wilson Allen's Sunset Gold WORLD'S FINKST WALKING STALLION A Full Brother lo Grand Champion-Pride of Memphis Sired by (he. Famous Wilson Allen - ' H'.Snu, »(» .Slni-kinKs Holiitul, White Shir ami .Snip, mid is 1'ive Clears Old. 1 A Limited Number, of Selected Registered Walking Mares >Wi!l Be Accepted Several Real Walking Horses and Bred Mares for Sale ^lionc or Write J.H.CRftlN, Wilson, Ark. 1 oday's Games KOU'I'IIKKN LKAGUK OJK.'(I date. NATIONAL 1.KAGUK New York at Boston. I'hiiadclphia at Brooklyn Pittsburgh at Cincinnati. Only saine.s schediiled. AMI!i;iCAN LKAOUK Chicago nl Cleveland. Boston at New York. Only Kames scheduled. AMEKIO'AiV ASSOCIATION Indiaimiiolis at Columbia. Louisville nl Toledo. MilWiUifceo al St. Paul. Kansas Oily at Minneapolis. StJose ASPIRIN WOfllD'S tABCEST SEtLEH AT Dart Ball. Players Invite Competition Dart ball pluyers of First Christian church liavs Issued a challenge to other individuals or groups interested In this .sport for u match. The 20 players at the .social hall of the church. Thursday night decided lo see!- games with other groups after having had much practice within the group In last week's game, Cicoi-e W liarham was winner with six'home runs made In three inning. l-OKT WORTH, Te^r7tJP)_ Tc v as Christian Coach "Dutch" Mover believes that intercollegiate athletics wilt be conducted on a sr e larger than ever after the war to satis y increased demand ot botl1 " •Meyer said. "Fool's gold" Is a conirjouuil Of Iron and sulphur. CHICKASAW West .Main ,\' C ai- 21st SI. Sal, starts ]?,:4!>; Sun. starts 1:»5 Night shows 5:45 h'vcept Monday, <n*ns fi:H Continuous shows Sill, and .Siui. Last Time Today "MY FAVORITE SPY" Kith Kay Kyser Universal News & Comedy Tuesday Only IWDDY NITE I'wii Ihkets for the price uf ant. "A SHOT IX THIC DARK" Hilh William l.inuliKan Cnninly . .. I'atlic News . WRESTLING *«"« B««l Tlckrt, „„ Salc „ Schnlu , k .. Corner Main and Division. 0(J TAG MATCH- ROBERTS & VON ZUPPI NEWMAN & LAYE M-min. 1-fall mutches I.KO NKWMAN HKO ROBERTS CHAKLIE LAYE 7 vs. KARL Von /,UITI , MSHM GRAM Mon TO RAYMOND SY/ING, Nowi , Blue Mctwoit cloy through nighU, ^P^T^ I I IW t i O ^-«»^_x' SUMMERHE %g^ FOR BEST WARTIME MILEAGE Driving fewer miles at slower speeds may conserve your tires, but it won't save your car. Under war-time driving conditions your motor rarely gets Hot enough to drive off harmful by-products of combustion. During long periods of idleness, lubricants may drain from grease fittings and expose vital chassis parts to excessive wear. To combat this condition automotive engineers strongly recommend that you change oil and have your car lubricated every 1,000 miles or every two months — whichever comes first. Magnolia SUMMERIZE Service offers a one-stop opportunity to replace dirty winter lubricants with' fresh', clean Mobiloils and Mobilgreases. At the same time your friendly Magnolia Dealer will clean your radiator, check tires, battery, filters and other important accessories to help lengthen the life of your car. Drive DUlVi UNDER 35 SAYS RUBBER-SAVE YOU* CAR SUMMERIZE NOW MAGNOLIA DEALER AT THE SIGN OF TH£ FLYING RED HORSE 1WJ— Mgiii>l!« C*.
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