The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 5, 1943 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 5, 1943
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WEDNESDAY, MAV 0, I'M3 BIiYTHBVILLB (AKK.)' COURIER NEWS Fielding Gem lexas Rookie Dodgers Sold To Phillies Hurls Masterful Game, 3-1 By Unilcil I'rcss Mo mailer where you live, It's highly probable you ran hear lhe moaning from the Brooklyn Dodgers' baseball office todny. And they moan wlih good reason, loo. '•'or yesterday. Kookie Jack Kraus won his second game from lhe beloved Bums, 3 lo 1, ill a twilight, contest, at Kbucts Field. Kraus, you know, is the boy tlie BrooHlyns sold "down the river" to llic Phillies earlier this season. And he's beaten them two out of three since. The tall Texas rookie would have a perfect score against his former employers If some slinky fielding hadn't spoiled one of lhe games. At 11 Is he ruined the mound dcliul of Rube Melton, former I'hilly i iiHiiiiulsman who pitched n no-' hitler ngalnsl his former males until the sixth inning. Earl Naylor. however, settled the issue by clouting a'homer in llie .scveiilli and lhe Phillies went on from there. Elsewhere In Ihc National circuit. Jim Tobin pitched a neal- six hitler against the New York Giants and Wits lhe big noLse at the plate liy <lriviiiR home three runs that contributed to Boston's 5 to 3 victory. Bill Lohrman was lhe lo.ser. Xavier lU'sciRiio pitched the Pittsburgh I'iralcji to nn 8 (o 3 triumph over Cincinnati as Riiy Starr suffered bis third straight loss. Two of Pills- burgh's runs came as the. result, of n home run by Vincc UiMaugio in the first. The Chicago Cubs performed dismally to <lro)> their fifth straight lo the St. Louis Cardinals, 11 lo U, in a scries opener at Wri^- ley -Held. Ernie While won his first, same of llie year aided by a home run off the bat of Whitey Kiir-. owski. In lhe American LenKUc, power look a holiday. Three contests were .settled by one run iinrt Ihc fourth by tv;o. Jim Hagby hurled his third slraighl triumph as Ibe Cleveland liulians beat Ibe ChJinuo While Sox. l l lo 1. Bill Dietrich w;us the lo.sinsj piklier. The Indians pounded Dietrich for ten hits, three of them doubles by Jeff Heath. 'Hie New York Yankees stayed a hall a came in front of the Indians' by downing the Boston Red Sox, 4 io 3. Spud Chandler racked up his .second triumph in holding the Sox to six hits. Jess'Flares look a stride toward being the rookie -sensation of the year by limiting the Washington Senators to three blows .is the Philadelphia Athletics won a three to one decision. Flores now has won two panics and lost otic. The Detroit Tigers, aided by , some poor ficldinc on the part of the St. Louis Browiis. won a four to three conlos(,'."Vir«ii Truck's' was credited with lhe win and Al Hol- lingsworlh was the loser. Bascball Standings Hirminyliam xAUanta xNashville xNcw Oilcans xLitlle Itock Chattanooga Knoxville xMemphis W. L. Pet 7 3 .700 . • Ii -I .GOO G 4 5 5 •i 5 4 5 .fiOO .SOU .'H-l •I .429 I wo- 1 iine Conqueror of Count Reel Keenest Rival o( Derby Winner NATIONAL IJiAGim W, L. I'd.. Brooklyn ............... 9 :t .TSo t>l. Louis ............... 7 •! .63G Boston .................. 5 a .C25 Pittsburgh .............. 7 S .583 Cincinnati .............. Ii (I .50(1 ; Philadelphia. ............ :i G .;i:»3 Chicago. ................. 3 B .27.1 New York ..... • AMERICAN W. L New York 8 Cleveland T Detroit '.'.'.'. 6 Washington . 7 SI. Louis ^ Philadelphia 5 Boslon i Chicago :..'.,. 2 Pel. .m 'fiOO .538 .•H.I Yesterday's Results SOUTIIKKN U;,\OUK Challanooga 9. Knoxville 7. Atlanta al Nashville, iiigliL name. Birmingham at New Orleans, night e^mc. bitllc Rock at Memphis, night «amc. NATIONAL f.KM'.UK Philadelphia 3. Brooklyn I. Boston r,. New York 3. Si, Louis 11 C.hicago 3. Wllsbnrgh R, Gincinnali li. AMERICAN I.IIAGUi: Cleveland 2. chiciiKo 1. Hc\v York '!. Boston li. Philadelphia 3. Washington Uctroll •!. St. Louis 3. loday's Games SOUTIIKRS I.KAdlJi; l-itllc Rock at .Memphis, night. Atlanta at Nashville. Birmingham al New Orleans. Only gamrs scheduled. AMERICAN LKAGUK Boston al New York. Washington at, Philadcl|)hra. Chicago at Cleveland. Detroit al St. Louis NATIONAL LEAGUE New York at Boston. PDaclcIpliia at Brooklyn. Pittsburgh nt Cincinnati, uoaht giimc. SI, Louis at Chicago. iVol One illcCloski ANNI5TON, Aln. (U.P.)-Notre r,Uame and Fordham football coaches please note. Company A of Fort. McClcllan's 10th Battalion lias a Softball team whose players are named: Wroblcskl, Weslowskl, Grie- bltski, Oalslcrowski, Bailkosvski, Radzlejowskl, Kmpinski, Swiderski, Wasngeskl. Zlolkowskl, Zatorskl Biirkowskl and. Buranski. (linked as defensive player in American Association circles with Eddie Miller, Phil Kirailo and Pee Wee Reese, Dick Culler, above, rounds out Chicago White Sox infield us third baseman, lie rrcd nt shortstop and second for at. Paul, I* el i can a Defeat l!\ t'm'tiMl I' The. !mul l>ai;s of (lie Hirininuhain Karons were .silciictd Tuesday nlfjhl in New Orleans and the Pelicans nudged the SlaRloivn nine by a one to nothing count. The narron sluggers were limited Hy UnltMl I'rcss 'I'o nil who linvc awardcil the thrce-yenr-old championship signed, waled and re'adv for delivery lo Count Fled, (his Ls'a icmliuU.r. A two-llinc conqueror of the Kentucky ix-rby sfinner is now ready for a comeback. 'Hie horse in niicstioti Is' Occii- lialion. He's owned by'John Marwh and was lhe easy winner of the juvenile crown a season ago. Occupation hiisii'l gone lo lhe barrier this year of un injury suffered late last season. i)ut he's bring worked regularly at Churchill Downs and will be ready to bid lor the rich summer slakes. Occiiuaiion and. Count Fleet met three limes last season. CK'Ciipalion was first to the wire in' the rich lielmoni fnlurlly. with the Count third, hi the Washington Park Futurity, Occupation mis tho winner and the Count ran second. The derby winner's lone decision over ibe Marsch colorbearer came in the Pimlico Futurity in laic October, it v/as this race thnl temporarily ended Occupation's rnciiiR career. lie was out. of train- i»i! from last November until March 1. and ..has been brought Trainer Bin-Icy Parke says: "We arc working Occupation about twice each week and he appears as sound as ever." The cult won nine races last Swedish 'Runner," Now A Finmum, Trains tor Rico STOCW10UI. Miiv'.| <1J1>) - Omider Hn Bt! , | )lo ' 8vfva ^i } dl ,. Innce slar who blBiu-rt his \v»v to "hie world records last year.'has Minted on n four-day week at llic ivlc. Sweden, fire tivpimmrnt. more s u reason for Hie .short workweek. II will uermll liliu (o spend more line trnlntni! for his auilelnalcd' Junket to llie United suites to ornate niiiilnst (ireit Idee, Amei'l- is toil distance runner. United press Corres]iondeiit JncK Reseller says the l-'lyii)(j l-'lienmn fBiin his Irnlnlni; iirogfani with u CK) lllHer Vlrlljri' Ill Mn,li\,.,,,,,ln season, was second llnec times and failed to place only once His earnings iiggrcgtcd more than SlfW.OOI). ' to seven hits by Pol Jiurlcr Utlle I °" ly ( ' IK ' two-year-old In' history, (jhtj, | '!'<>]> l'"li'j;ht. ever surpassed tlnit held '"oney winning lolal as a'juvenile. )jnylrim's K ni Alenowas nn. liir walloper, Cliiick 11 it less. In downing Knosville nine seven. Tuis;d!iy. the Ohntlan rolled up nine rims lo the first four Innings. Steve War- elm!, who yielded a ( hits 1" the four fraiiKs, was the losing Ditcher. Hur-ky Jone.s went the route for the Lookouts. MonlcKiiclo. of Cliultanoogii, batted in five runs-one, homer in lhe for throe Al Moran hoiilicd the Chicks as the Travelers turned the Memphis nine back four to nothing. Moran he-id the chicks hilless until the Of course,' it's hard to sec how any horse Is uoing to beat the Collnt . cvcn if "c |1|ms backwards, In l;l11 Oi-cupaiion has done It before ' fourth inniiuj accounting scorr.s Nashville went into a lis for the Southern circuit lead by whipping Atlnntn fi to 3. The Vols got. to Pep Rambcrt for fourteen safeties. Glenn Garner held llie Crackers to six hits. ' Nashville scored three runs in Ihc opening inning and tile Crackers not both of theirs, in, the fourth — one on a wild throw. Wrdnealay's schedule has three ni^lit (james listed: Atlanta in Nashville; llirinlnglinin in New Orleans, and LUilc Rock in Memphis. roirr SIIKKIIM.V COI/KSE Fort Sheridan. III.—Mrs. B. J. Rosenlhal has given funds for llic construction of a sporty pitcli-ant!- initt nine-hold golf course at Fort •Slieritlan. nni ' ' lc ' s ready for another go. Cciuih (.lets the 'Works' PULLMAN, Wnsh. (U.P.)—When Buck Itallcy, Washington Stale baseball coach, reported lo St. Mary's pre-fllghl school for indoctrination, a number ol his "boys" were waiting for him. 'Jliey rushed him through a faked two-hour physical examination- and found so many imaginary things wrong with him thai Uallcy landed In the sick bay. When lie learned It was a gag. only liallcy's sense of humor saved them from joining .him. i.fd-r nrUlii Illllllf Lemon Juice Recipe Checks Rheumatic Pain Quickly fr'.nr rhV'iiiiinlir. nrfi: lry:lf,}.t simple - l-||,tl lllrML- s;,hlls n s .. ilhlii):, (ict ii pncllL-r nf Ilil- K\ I'oini ..... nil, :l levt.Wfek 'sul'i.!;. to- <l.iv. Mi^ U vvilli n quart uf (v^iior, -i'il llic jnirc of -1 Icnuins. It's I'm}-. No ,1'f.nlil,. i.l ,,11 :,l.,l |,l fl>w iil. Vim n. l:.l nnly .'( l:il,lc ?l ....... (ills l«'n lilies n ,1,1)-. IJfH'ii inlnm .IH liiiur, — M)ni|.|iini,s Kvrrnl^lii — ^l,l1•llllllt . ri'SiiMs ari> uljtiiiii- ?:L If tin- [.niri-, ,li, n<,t f((iickl.r le;ivi' »iul il }' ........ iint !.'H lirlliir,' riilnrii HM- rill|ily |iark:l|!i. Bull U»-K* will coll ynll nullililK In ir.v JIH il ii irilil ]>}• j-imr ilm^u'lNt inifkT an n|isiiln1i! inunoy'lini-V Viiiir;nilL'i-. Hii-l'^x Ciiml'ilunil i^ fur ynlo iiii'l ITC ....... n ....... il liy Kirby DIM. , ml ilmK yl.iri-s tvcryvvhvrc. Sunset Gold No. 370193 The Stallion of Perfect Conformation AT STUD IBff'I ""•••yjfj >lr » !1 -' 1 ".™^™ l ™~«"'.«-i""ii««iiii.i.4!:; Wilson Allen s Sunset Gold WORLD'S FINKST WALKING STALLION A Ftdl Itrollier'lv d Champion-Pride of Memphis Sired by the Famous Wilson Allen ., Allen'* S.insel (Jnld is ;i Dark Che.sfnttl, l w « Ki,^ (()t!ii "K- s Ui'liind, \\ : liilu Slur and Snip, and is /! Limited Number of Selected Registered Walking Marcs Will Be Accepted Several Real Walking Horses and Bred Mares for Sale Phone or Write J.H. GRAIN, Wilson, Ark. '"'Rl! prunml across lhe tlnlsh "><' In 23 minutes, MI mul two- iinlhs seconds, onlillsliiiiflng |ii s neaiesl rlvni by 80-ynrds, Noverlhe- li'ss. (JwirtiT sail! he was dlsap- 'inlod with lhe nice. "'•Voin uuw on," iiiiisn declared, Ml trulii (liree limes a week on m.v iluys off n.s ii fireman." ""HH. 'o whom a lrl;i In America '"""is boil) meeting nice ami In«'s (BatIn 8 the perplexities of the U» led Sliilcs. said he still Is un- ci'i'liiln nbout Ills uiflits. Said lie; "i haven't received any ui'Hnlte word. l!m If u u , |,'lj> renl- l.v develop I want to be sure of a return ticket because U would bo •WKvit aimoyiinj lo ut« In lhe United otMi'.s If .Sweden, meantime, uo- mine Involved in (lie ivnr. 1 floverrmu'iil iiilhorllles an- re- L^^-^rac^^ «s. «;'•£' ils. Secrcliny id II,,. Nulonal AAU, says Until', prulmbly will leave lor Ihls country Uy the cint of lhe JllOlllil. Uijtig was Insistent (hut (ho trip be divorced from ixillilntl consld- rallons ui uny son. "I inn strictly neutral. 1 ' |, ( . Ku | ( | •«n< t wunt („ | K . ,. (|lml | y wt , k ,,, nu . n the so-i-alled Axis I'mmtrles ut in AlUcil cotintrlc*," I'aiMIe 3l:isl,.|- [,, Defense MAMAIIONKOK. N y uj |> ,... ,. coimlry raddle master f,,r Hi years. luis liikeji a lul: on „ <|,||] |, ri , w (u an ulriTuii prixliiclUin iilant. "We mvo more (bun SIX) oiul.lln a-al- f , H, ,'"' n ' '•'"•' »' orl(l wlll > ";" Illlhlini; fours and I'd f n .f uti ip] ;|'' >S , lct '';;«, ''".''» <iowii a i didn't do my lili, 11 snld. /toxinf/ dots To 15 Camps NKW YORlClJay 5 (UP) - Mlku Jacolw 1 plan to ulve boxing 'uipmcril lo nu'ii in service Is illy Inking effect. The additional allotment of sports ci|iilpment lo 15 moie-army camps lodny rnlses lhe lolal of jxists given such assistance to 18. The Idea was conceived some lime 111:11 and funds were solicllcd ifroin every iwxliig pj-omoter In the nallon. I'ramlneiH men In sports dxik It ujion themselves lo handle, the hu'omlng cash and equipment, and lij allocate If to Ihu vailous rumps. Tlie orgiinlxalloti Is known as llie Musing Service Athlcllc Illinois Sludcnls """ Copy AncienVGacls By Tin-owing 'Oal)er Uy NK/V Sciil<« , , ',- ( ; ' CHAMI'AION ^.''j-ne 'ftiiUenl uacls In trials of sliciigth- were wont to throw the caber, a IIUKO pole mjuliiiiB n real man'to heft. Illinois Is levlvlng the Use of the califr In a couiso In mllltaiyoth- icllcs. Vou don't jilsl go tq'a.siiofp hlK goods stoic and say: '"Half a clown cabeis,", so samples are being constnicted from which a stnndard will lj c evolved They will weigh from 35 to 60 pounds,,- , / —-_— u , -t The wiciis plant of Billtsh Clulnnn depends upon bate lo cjtrv- its imllon. ,, ^ 0 .0 .m "THEM CREMLINS" ARE RAD, I>ESKY I'RAHKSTERS . . .HUT THEY'RE JUST PANTY-tPAl'ST PIKERS C0M /'.-/ R £,'''/) TO TilE "FATEEG-A-JEEBIES" n> ANGUS McOGGIN Wliat! You ain't heard of "Them Gr«Mlin»" —also Vifniellasaiul Wuigcts? They're in th« heiidliiics; read about 'cm in Collier's, Tim«. other magazines and newspapers. R.A.F. »nd U.b. inlols can tell you plenty. To Gremlins, bomber-hopiiing is grfat sport.' , l hey ye b cen plaguing pilots over the North ' bea. fhey re sore at-fliers, 'cause fliers laughed uL this so-called ' r myth." Ridicule infuriates Gremlins. Dut they forget th«t U S ' anil British fliers laugh right m Goering's face... even in the face of death, ' GremliiiB are just one of many kiniii of "little - J "'l 01 !;'! 1 ^ 0 , 0 ' 011 IcEcrui «xpl»in* Grenilins. A wicked laird hanged innocent people, buried hem standing un. Their spirits eKaptd in me form of midget beings lo h»unt »nd plagiie Immatiily. You can laugh, but you'd UMtcr not. Gremlins resent it and licccal press reports about Gremlin* h»v« created a flood of comment nnd letter* to editors; weird tales of dozens of kinds of Mllo people" are.cropping up n>ht »nd . leu. Mysterious specie in llic U.S.A.; long«x- isleiit, but just discovered, arc the "t'tlttg- i a-Jccbies." They're.reallv loujh. , They're .really lough. "KUccg-a-Jcc-licK," siVreportcrs,"are mile- siicn, lut miRlity...somc ."V 'tennitey'." They enjoy Rood mean fun. They prey only upon human beings., .siiine M morale. Their iiiosl potent weapons arc hunger, Uiirsl,«nd faliRur. Danger! l!c«ari> of "F»teeg-»- Jcebies ',.. they'll get ya if ya don't watch ni»4 • • . .. , PUBLIC ENEMY LIST OF PESKY "LITTLE PEOrilS" KATKKG-A-JKKHIKS CREMMNS-FtKINEtLAS- WIIXIKTS PtXfES & BANSHEES HOI'HCIlNEl'DKUS SASKWACHTS FORMORANS FEtVOURKKS TELECOATS | BV THE L.g.E. (THEUQUIOBITETOEAT) f (w I ,"Fatccg-A-Jcebics" are ornery lictlc bums. They nag and drag at .your nerves in fidgety Jiuie ways. They're sneaky, pesky and bad. Don't tolerate 'em, friend. Walk out on 'em. Go to a Dr. Pepper cooler or soda fountain. Fortify yourself with a quick lift of new energy... and watch "those "Jccbics" scram. TIME OUT FOR DR. PEPPER IS Dr. Pepper is a liquid bitc-io-cat... energy • in instantly usable form. Its ctijoymcin ifc 1 - ' laxcs you. Its nutrition perks you.riglit.,u[>. •;.. Try Dr. Pepper nine times... three a day for three days. It'll become a habit... but what a clean, fine, wholesome and helpful habit.. ~ a plenty g-o-o-d habit to get. Yci, stth! Try it! 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