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Iv, ,— Hough Bout In Prospect At Arena If Promoter' Mike Mcroncy could capture lile Wild Man from Borneo and put him In the same ring, with Red JSobcrts, the chances are the fans would not see any more slam-bang action Ihan they »ill 'tonight at the American Legion arena. Tills is Ihc nlglit wlion Leo Newman and stocky Kiiellscn, two solid cl I bens of Maldom, undertake the uninviting, task of taming Itough Red Roberts and ills lenmmnle, Mickey Barnes. | Tlie tar Ls certain to fly when I llifse fpur performers congrcgule for the fentine match tonight. lie gardless of which pair wins the first . toss, it probably will be a case of shove at first sight nnd as the match progresses the fans can con- I fldeutly expect almost anything to happen. Mickey, who Is no mouse, will undoubtedly prove 'nil aid and comfort to Roberts In the execution ot Ills torture : methods, but those who have seen Newman and Kncllscn do their stuff well know that this pair caii turn on the heat whenever. the eoini! gets tough. Both Newman and Kncilscn can wrestle like collegians or can behave like knaves, : ns the occasion • demands. (hey won't he Fielder Jones' Wizardry As Strategist Screened His Ability As A Ball Player BLYTHEVILLE (ARK,)'COURIER'NEWS By HARRY GRAYSON NEA Sports Editor Fielder Jones' parents must have known something when he was christened.. Many believed Fielder was a nickname, bul Fielder Aridl- £on Jones was Ihc square moniker of the cenler fielder nnd managei of Ihc immortal Hlllcss Wonders of 190G. Jones was. a handsome fellow, standing 5 feet 11 and weighing ISO pounds. He hud a heavy .shock of well-kepi brown hair and sparkling eyes lo match. He HI one clear Havana on the butt of another, Jones' ability ns n player was screened somewhat by his billli- mice ns director of the Chicago White Sox from 1004 through 'OS. when he retired while still In full stride. Fielder was n much mow for mldablc left-hand hllter Ihan his averages Indicated. He tailed n .smacking ,230 when the I'alc Hose came down In front la (ho American League with Ihe record low tram average for n winner, .201). nnrt beat (he vaunted and iliil Cubs In the World Series. Hit could a bat, suit , It; Is safe, to say caught napping. ' . ..•Individual' matches will open the weekly mat program, beginning at 8:15 o'clock. In one bout Roberts will swap grips with Newman and in/the other Barnes and Kncllscn will get acquainted. Yesterday's Results ,'SOUTIIKIIN I.KAC1IJK Little nock 19-3, Memphis 3-5 Nashville 7, Atlanta •!, Ilrst postponed, weather. •• Chattanooga 10-9, Knoxvillo 8-9, second called, darkness. New Orleans (j-l, 'Birmingham " NATIONAL LEAGUE Chicago 13-4, Cincinnati 2-3. St. Louis 8-3, Pittsburgh 1-3, second called ninth; Sunday Law. j Brooklyn.8-1, Boston 4-2, first .10 innings. •Philadelphia 3-3, New York 2-1. AMERICAN' MJAGUE Washington 3-8, Boston 2-2, first . 10 innings, I New York 13-3, Philadelphia 1-4. I Chicago 3-1, Detroit 1-4, second, 11 innings. Cleveland 6-5,'St. Louis 5-7, first 13 ; innings, second, called sixth darkness. do everything for distance, hit to all fields, hlt- iml-nm, drng, bunt, U:AKM:I> KKOM OKIOI.KS Jones was an exceptionally fist uul graceful outfielder who cov ered Ihe vast territory between I'lp O'Neill nnd Pal Doutjheily in efl and Halm In right like n circus lent. He had a powerful and accurate right arm. His Icft-liand- Mlness was confined lo killing. Jones learned his baseball under Ned Hanlon when Dio JJrook- lyn and Dalllmorc clut>s were merged in 1809. Himlon's Orioles had revolutionized Hie (same, and.' while he had (o give way lo Jimmy Shcckard, who was flanked by Joe Kclley nnd Wen Willie Kcelcr In rlat- Ijush. Jones obtained a Brand idea of whal baseball'wns nil nljoul. His cducalion wns completed under Clark Grimth tn Chlcafjo. Me wns on three successive pennant winners. Jones, whom not n few old-Miners consider the greatest of all .strategists, got there with the Brne for Fjrm Crops NEW YORK (UP)_A redlining drive is under way at Hunter College here to register 1,000 students as a \oluntccr laud corra to help run the Columbia county farm T project, 'Farm foi Fieedom," under college auspices. College credit will . be. i offered'. for' some of llin work in agricultural biology In Baseball Standings SOUTHERN LEAGUE W. L. Pot. Chiitlnnooga . Birmingham . Nashville . ... Little Rock . . Atlanta New Orleans _ Knoxvllle 4 Memphis . ... 7 irj o 4 G I! li 1 8 1' 4 10 Gas -NATIONAL LEAGUE W, L. Pet. which the studcuts'will part'ldpatc" D 0 sto Brooklyn 13 St. Louis ...... Cincinnati 'ittsburgh . ..;. CHICKASAW f , Wrs( Slain Near 21sl SI. Sat. starls 12:<5; Sun. slarlb 1:45 Night shows 5:45 Except Monday, ojrcns 6:l!> Continuous shows Sat. and Sun. Last Time Today "TIN I'AN ALLEY" with Alice Fayc • &. IkUy Craulc Universal News Sclcclcd Shorls AMERICAN LEAUUK W. L r ew York 13 5 levcland 10 C Detroit e 7 /ashington m g t. LouUi 7 7 'hiladelphia n n Boston 5 12 :ago 5 10 Tuesday BUDDY NITK Two tickets for Ibc price uf one. "NO ['LACE TO GO" ivilli Fred stone & Gloria Dickson Comedy •1'allic Ncus Open 7:15 Show. Starts 7:15 Ad m. Always lie ami 25 U Monday Niglil ; ONE SHOW ONLY ' Box Office Opens 7:80 p.m Picture Starts 8:00 p 'The Fores! Rangers' with Fred MacMurray & 1'aulelU , Godiiard Nen'S of the Day SelccUd Shorls Tuesday PAL NITE l UckeU f*r 25e Girl From Alaska ', "with Say MhMfciwi & Jean Parker Selected Shorts .............. 'hlladclphia .......... 7 .500 .500 'Icago 7 10 .412 'cw York 6 11 ,353 Pel, .722 .625 .533 5'2fi .500 .421 .333 .333 Arc Cocktails '(leverages'? LOS ANGELES. Cal. lyp)—Arc ocktnils nnd other mixed drinks hcvcraycs" Is the qiicslion on •hlch Samuel Lcask Jr., Southland dmlnistrator of the OPA is Iry- ig lo get a Icijal ruling. On tiie Iccision dc|Kii<ls whether they will come under price control or not. yielded no more Ibnn four hits lie danced a Itlllo jig und clap-' ped his hands as Ihc ball arched toward (hem. Thai might have been comuing chickens, etc., iml he was always sure of himself. H C was pleiLSed. That one was In." Jones was 11 master at. getl'lnu Ihe one inn so Important In those day*. TJio Sox plnycd close to the vest. A base on bulls, n sncrlllcc, a parsed iiall and a long fly was a rally. Fielder's men ran the bases They swiped 20!) bases In 'Od' ,loiics purlolnlnj! 2« himself I'l.AVUJ* Cl,OS« TO VEST Jones was also a chnniplon um- |)lri! Ijiiiter. Ilo wore a path from his outpost to Ihe plale jawln- ilKiul decisions. Whenever ho si;.s- nccti'd his side had been ylven lhc worst «; it, down would (jo his Elove, and he'd slnrl for the um- )lro-ln-chlef wllh a dclcrmlned !ook on his face. Ficqucntly he was Mispemlcd for days. Follow- l»« one .siu'h .siis|ic'iislon In the nldst of a Iliihl race towar<l lh c fa« end of llu; campaign, chnrlcs A. C'omlskcy received a basket of >aw from llyinn Danerott Johnson, founder and president of the easne, wlio was iisliinsj In norlh- i I'ieldcr Jones, Ihe slralcgial. " least power because he knew how .-"••"•"•>• ^n iiuuiust in me club 16 handle pitchers niul flaurcd cv- Jancs ''ethcd lollowinjj Uie cxcil- "''" ''""•"• "ig campaian of 'Oil to look after Umber interests in the Pacific. ' rl 'c Federal League ery batter. "lie wa.s « fiery competitor and Imparted his ticmciuloiis cnthusl- ns,m to his men," says Connie M:\ck. "Hi; was (lie highly stnniB tyiie, lint as cool as a lime rlckey in a tight spot. "I recall Jones calchlng the fly ending lhc first World Series Uiime of '00 and (-inii B Nick Altrock a 2-1 victory over Three- Fingered llrown after each had Wittenberg Wins State Golf Title Fielder Jones would have been (UP)_ hc l> o blokes like Ihat, and done' . , . snmeihlng about it. : LITTLE Tf.OZK, May 10 Jimmy Wittenberg ol LSU, defeat- , cd Earl Stewart and won the championship of the Arkansas Slate Golf Association's invitational tourney. Wittenberg, a native of Memphis, holds the Tennessee amateur lille and Stewart WHS winner of the 1941 National lutcrcolleyiate title. Wittenberg won over Clyde M. Grimes of Litllu Uock, and Stewart defeated Sonny Ellis of Columbus, On. Today's Games SOUTIIKHN LKAGUE Now Orleans al Memphis, nlijlil. Atlanta at Clmltanooua. nirmlngrmm at Little Rock. Knoxvlllc at^Nnshvlllc. NATIONAL LEAVVE . New York at Philadelphia. Only £H!iic scheduled. AMEUICAN LUAGUK Open date., To eel scrap metal for national dttensc, some Pennsylvania cities dug up abandoned street car rails. MINOR SKIN IRRITATIONS MOROLINE • TlWHITE PETROltUM JEILV 3 TIMES AROUND THE WORLD DAILY ON SINCLAIR PENNSYLVANIA MOTOR OIL Three times around the world—more llian 75,000 miles-is the mileage flown daily by American Airlines' giant fleet of Flagships. And every ship ig lubricated wlh Sinclair Pennsylvania Motor Oil. When you use Sinclair Pennsylvania in your car, you're giving your engine the t same protection given costly airplane motors. So take a tip from American Airlines. Uso Sinclair Pennsylvania Motor Oil for safer, quieter lubrication. B. J. ALLEN — Afeat — Bbrttaflle, Ark. "Wlial docs he want me to do" iske/l Owner C'omlsltcy, "play the Isli In center field?" This caused Die flr.sl branch bc- .wci'ii the Old lioman ami liau In live years as manager or the I'alc; llase, Jones won a world uhiimplonshlp, was barely beaten on two oilier occasions, once when Ihc.club ran third, and finished Ihlrd the other two times "• Illil'lISIil) 1NTK1IK.ST IN CI.UI1 Refused nil Interest in Ihe club Phillies Win Pair From Giants Ily United 1'ress If he cliose lo run, nucky Hnr- would have n good chance of elected nfilyor of Philadelphia today. At least lie probably would draw the votes of every Na- lloiial League follower In the City of Brotherly Love. Fur ycslcrdny Harris guided his charges, Ihe Philadelphia Phillies, lo victory In both ends of a dou- lilelieiirtcr against, the New York Giants. As doormats' of the National fragile for a good ninny years, the Phillies have had trouble harnessing enoiijib power to win a single game, much less two in one afternoon. !Jut the rejuvenated club did Ihe .trick 3 to 2 and 2 lo I. Schoolboy Rowe pitched Ihc opener and Jake Kraus won Ihu nightcap. . Elsewhere in Ihc National League the Boston Braves split a doubleheader with the Brooklyn Dodgers. Hobo Ncwsom relieved Rube Mellon in the ninth inning of Ihe opener and went on to win.in the tenth, 5 lo 4. Jim 'robin of the Braves knncklcbiillud Ihe Dodgers Into submission lo lake a two lo one second game victory. 'Die. Chicago Cubs came out ol the senior circuit cellar wilu a j-oiir as they copped two from Cin- clniiiill. Paul Derringer—sold to Ihc'Ciubs by Ihe Reds lliis season— pitched the opening win over his old teammates, 13 lo '>. And Bill Wyso's one-hit relief pitching over Ihc lust 3 and two-thirds innings, after lie replaced Bill Lee, clinched Ihe decision in the nlglhcap. Tlie St. Louis Cardinals capitalized on the number "six". They .scored that many runs from six hits In the sixth liming to beat , 0 n e first game ' of a double-bill ..... i...», B.UIH; ui a aouuie-blll Mori cooper «H the BUGS down with six hils. The second game was called nt Ihe end of the iil»m with Ihc score lied at three-all in tlie'American League, It was shades of Joe DiMagglo In Yankee Mtidlum as the big man's replacement Stormy Weatlicrly, got ., homer, a triple and three singles In five limes al Ihe plate. Wcatherlv (11(1 all his hilling in lh c first game as Ihe Yanks humbled' the Athletics, 13 lo 1, behind Spiid (/handler's pitching. Hut, the "A's" bounced back to take .the nightcap, 4 lo 3, with lhc win coini; lo Jess Flores. . , The Chicago White'-Sox divided with the Detroit Tigers. The .Sox grabbed the opener,'3 lo 1, but n homer by Rudy York In Ihe lllh Inning of the nightcap paced the Tigers lo a 4 to l decision. The Cleveland Indians • shaded the Ht. Louis Browns, C lo 5, In a 13-jimh.ig first .eniiic, but the Brownies picked' up a shortened nightcap, 7 lo 5. . Most crooked river In America flows-in Kentucky, it is Die Nolln, which travels 20 miles in advancing only sis. Kill Roaches Hill into cvciy crack, crcvico nnd runway where roaches arc found. When roaches clean their feet, (iii'y tasle pow- ; <lor — nmf die. Complete directions for its safe uao on every p u c k n (! o I Sorry, our Bee I Brand Insect Powder curtailed for tfuritkm. northwest - xi.i..,,. ijttlytlL' htm back in '15, and he ttic Crowns for a couple of years, hut chucked it in '18 Meanwhile, Charles A. Comlskcy underwent a .scries of exiicriments' m manager.'! that did not produce n winner until Pants Uowlnnd guided Ihc White Sox lo a Mug In J\nd Ihe Black Sox scandal would l)Tacf!"c' C 8 " X> " llnscba " ils ''te^ 1 the helm of Ihe cltilj '"'' " C ' "*" ho made MO ASPIRIN FASTER tlian Rcnuinc. pure St. Joseph Aspirin ^'orltl 3 largest seller nt Wi. 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Tax Expert Favors Compromise Form WASHINGTON, May 0 (Ul>) ' 1 »i C ' tr ^ r y' s tax expert »ays cither of (lie Iwo compromise iiay- ?,'- yo "; 8 °, ^x.Wb "» IJcUer ttiin '« ,««'" Sklp-a-yem plan. Rll i,- clolpli Paul, liciisury Genera) Coun- f ' ? . answiatc '">«nee commlt- C , H'", 1 l , he """-^-approved For- niid-Robci-tson uii] foiglvi,,,, lee. I'aul siiys the lUinil plan would tolng In iiJwiu a billion dollars less Mian (lie .House proposal ami about three mid a liiilf blUIon less (Man the Doiujhton Bill. ' Tiic northwest had Ihc driest nnving season on record during Read Courier Neivs want ads. piovidlne 50 DM- meiit ftontlranw wo« § provide more money Ihiin the ««},,,„ ""U '"^"'WyeaK. PUU ,S if" is the Dongliton HID There Is strong support lor Ihe R«"il plan hi (!1E scnalc cominil- ACNE PIMPIES EASE ITCHING-BURNING with imliecplic nint'k mid I Wliclo Oifi(nu>»(. t'so only us directed. Clcnmo uitli I Dhc-k nml WliiloKkm Roaj>. 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