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PAGE SIX Seminoies Trim icks,6to4 Cotton Pogue Nicked For Total of 9 Hits By Osccola Batters .OSCEOLA, May 3—The Osccola Seminolrs won llieir rouilli straight softball gnmc ot tlie season, Sim- day afternoon, at Osccola. as they defeated the Blythcville Chicles, 0 to 4. Blythcville started things oil ivilli one run In the Initial frame, fee-red another in. the lifth and two in the sixth. The Seminoies tied the ball game up In the first inning with one run, tallied two In the second and pushed over three in the fourth. Pitcher Cotton Pogue of the Chicks was touched for all six runs and nine hits that the Semlnolcs collected. He struck out five and issued seven bases on tails. Relief pitcher Hugh Atkins pitched two Innings of dittos and rimless ball. Boliby Watson, Scminole Inirlcr, Kavo up nine scattered blows, struck out two and allowed no walks. Thompson, Chick catcher, led littters with three singles in fpur trips lo> the plate,-while Austin Moore, Bobby Watson, and Dudley Lynch paced the Scmlnolcs with two baje hits each. • Line-ups— • Osceola A)) B H Moore If 3 2 '2 Roberts II) 4 0 1 Whitworth st 4 0 1 Wntson .p 4 0 2 Cook ss 0 0 0 Snriatn rf 3 00 Wilson 3b 21 0 • Butler c 2 1 0 Lynch cf 2 1 2 Kramer 2b 3 1 1 Totals . 27 0 9 Blylhcville Ab R H Thompson c 4 i 3 DeLong E.? 30 0 Johnson Ib ;.. . 3 ] i Gill 3b , 3 1 1 O. Cnldwell 2b 3 1 3 Hampton If 3 o i Lancashire ,cf 3 o o Pogue p 2 l 1 Atkins p 1 o 0 D. cakhvell sf 2 o o Huff sf 1 o 0 Lulcs rf .-. ; 3 0 o Stafford rf .. i Q 0 Totals . ' Yesterday's Results , : .SOUTHERN I,EAGUK Atlanta 4? Chattanooga 2. Night games: : Birmingham 5, Memphis 4 Knoxville 12, Nashville 0. New Orleans at Little Rock, wet grounds. . NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn 7, Boston 6 Philadelphia 5, New York '> Pittsburgh 3, SI. Louis 1. Only games scheduled. It* DOPE BUCKET AMERICAN LEAGUE New York 4, Philadelphia-1. Washington 5, Boston 2 Detroit 4, St. Louis 3. Chicago 3, Cleveland 2 B**<J Courier Hews wsn! «0k. TFTTFP • C,l I G.|f caused) CHECK ITCHING-BURNING ' ' " n 0 "'"?' """]'. Bl « ck ""'' tlEoonlynadirccIal. o Black nn j BLACK »!» WHITE Ay J. I*. FRIEND HAVE COMI'ANV Lieut. Marvin (Soak) Sanderson and Corp, George Hunt aren't the only Blythcville boys stationed nt Camp Callan, Calif. Recently 1 had nn interesting letter from Corp. Jimmy Parks, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mnx Parks, In which he gave additional Information concerning other locals who are there. His letter fn part follows: "1 see that Corp. George Hunt, who is stationed here at Camp Callan, spends part of his time In the Army defending Arkansas. 1 sure wish I had known he was In Callan because 1 have some pretty rough times defending the home state myself. Not so much with .he other fellows from (he south, but J. P., these Yanks really give us trouble. Not only do they laugh at the way we talk, but have some crazy Idea that we arc all hillbillies. "But one night last November five boys from Arkansas put them straight on that Idea. Two of the imys were c.x-Chlcks whom you know very well, Pfc. Sonny Lloyd and Pvl. (now Pfc) •Jlmmle Allen, the other three being Billy Culll- son, Allen Stacy and I. PltAlSliS l.OVAIt OFFICERS "Speaking for Allen Stacy, who was at Callan for four months, and myself I'd like to. say that Corp. George Hunt of the 53rd Bn was right when he said that Lieut. "Soak" Sanderson was a "swell Joe". He's all that mid more, too. Hut he Isn't the only Blythc- ville officer at Callan who is a swell guy. Foy Atchlson, unit per- lonncl officer for the 5Sth Bn. Is really swell, too. I've visited them both a lot in the last 10 months ami I'd like to say they don't come iiny better. "J. i'.. keep up the good work In the 'Dope Bucket'. I used to read It n lot nt home but since 1 have been In the Army I can hardly wait to get to Foy's house to read the 'Done Bucket' and find out where the boys arc and what they're doing. "The Army must think these boys Irani Dlythevllte are used to shooting at planes the way they put them in Anti-Aircraft. Varnc'l Deal, Allen Stacy. Soak Sanderson, Foy Atchlson, George Hunt, and 1." WINS CHAMPIONSHIP Lieut, John F. (Wimpy) Burns, who recently was transferred to .Camp Sirlfl, Texas, put in a plug I for his athletic outfits in his last letter. They won the basketball championship, and have started the ball rolling in baseball. He Is a candidate for third base. > "We have several good boys lo put on the mound," he confides. "One boy here was a farm member of tile St. Louis Browns a couple of years ago. His name is Mctcalf. Another Is a Pltsburgh Pirate farm hand—Arvel Pauleg ...By the way. 1 saw Bcnrtonna Huey the last time I.went home. She Is stationed at .the Coast Guar barracks and office In Houston. She likes the 'SPARS' and Is now up for promotion. She was to take her exam lor ycomnu 2nd clnss last week. Hope she made it. She always was an attractive young lady and that 'SPAR' unifrom brought It out all the mere .., The Game Official Expected Here For. Meeting T. A. .McAinls, executive sccrc- tnry ol the Arkansas dime and Fish commission, Is expected Merc tonight to lussLst In the organlita- 11)11 nml perfection of the local chapter ol the Wildlife Federation which will he attempted at the Mississippi County Court House, starting nt 8 o'clock. H. A. Nelson, ciiDirmnn of the membership committee, stated at an estimated crowd of 500 Is expected to be on imiul for the first general meeting since (he original session several weeks ago, Almost 300 memberships hui'e been secured In Blyllievllle, and at le.ist tliat ninny more have been sold in other comity cities, he nmllcl- ed. Election of officers, appointment of committees, mid a definite program of action are the principal Hems of business scheduled for tills Important meeting tonight, according to C. G. Redman, temporary chairman. He said the time has come for (lie club to take definite action to assure protection for (lie wildlife lu this section and this organisation Is expected to take the initlalvc. The members also will gel a report of the committee v/htch attended the Arkansas Wildlife Federation meeting at Little Kock, Simdny. The proposed plans lor the state group likely will ho adopted by llic local chapter. IBERVINO NATION-WIDE SELECT A LOT IN BEAUTIFUL MEMORIAL PARK Terms On Family Cemetery Lots HOLT FUNERAL HOME I'lionc 571 for Details Have Your REFRIGERATORS, WASHERS AND RADIOS Overhauled and Repaired For the Hot Months Ahead! We have three expert repair men: FRANCIS THAXTON, with 13 years experience as a refngeralionscrv.ee engineer on commercial, domestic and air conditioning units. HERBERT GRAHAM, wtt h 23 years experience servicing,washers and gasoline engines. WESLEY (Pig) ANGEL, with 10 years experience m radio and electronics. Guaranteed Wort! Reasonable Prices! HARDAWAY APPLIANCE COMPANY Yank Hitting Beats Newsom And Athletics lly United 1'rcss The New York Yankees boosted their stock in the American League pcnnuiit race yes.terday. They defeated the Philadelphia Athletics 4 (o 1. Yankee batters pounced on.Bobu Ncwsom for two runs In the third and another pair in the seventh. BUI Zubcr, who allowed only four hits in the eight Innings he worked, was the winner, The St. I/Mils Drowns took another drubbing—this time at the hands of the Detroit Tlfjer.s. liookie Chuck Hosteller paced the Tigers with three hits, Including a triple. The Tigers won 4 to 3. Johnny Nlggellng pitched the Washington Senators to a 5 to 2 victory over tile Boston Red Sox. BUI Dietrich starred for the Chicago White Sox. He hurled a flve- hlt game, and then knocked in the winning run In the tenth inning ngnlnst the Cleveland Indians. Tin: Sox heat the Tribe, 3 to 2. In Hie National Lengue, the New York Giants ran Into trouble when they tangled with rtookie pitcher Charlie Schanr. of the Philadelphia Phillies, ' The Giants were leading 2 to 1 going Into the ninth on Joe Mod- wick's two-run homer in the seventh. Then Schanz, who hurled i\ one-hitter, broke up the ball jjaine, clouting u three-bagger in the ninth with three men aboard. The Phillies won, 5 to 2. ' Tlic Phillies now are tied with the Giants tmd the Reds In secor place. The Brooklyn Dodgers ended Boston Hurlcr Jim robin's hitlcsi! inning streak. But the Braves weren't pushovers. The Dodgers went eleven Innings before Curl Davis singled home n run lo win his own ba game. The score was Brooklyn 7, Boston G. In the only other Nntlonnl League game, I he Pittsburgh Pirates came from behind to defeat the Ilrst place Saint Louis Cardinals 3 to 1 Preacher Roe captured his second major league victory. Long Island, commuted in a red- winged Fall-child 21. which he parked on the East lliver at the fool of Wall Street, Hitchcock did not le^vc his office before '1:30 p. m. even during the polo Bcuson. When his team was scheduled for practice during the week, the club manager, knowing Hitchcock would not \x available ,'arller, scheduled the match for i:30. Hitchcock broke away from the office for a couple of weeks of polo at Alken, S. C., in April,'but that was the only time the game he played so well came ahead of business. in; (,'iiAi\<;i:i> TACTICS Hitchcock starred in international combat in 1921-IM-27. In 1028 he succeeded the artist, Devercux Mlllnirn, us captnin 'mid Immediately met a severe test of strategy. Argentina shipped a remarkable team to Meadow Brook. America barely won the first match Y-(i, How good the Argentines were iK'came apparent when they bagged the second, 10-7, That was something new for the Americans . . . losing an Intcrimtlonal match. It hadn't happened since 1914. Hitchcock decided long-hilling power was all that would match the whirlwind game and fast mounts if the South Americans. There are approximately 07,000 tenements with 2,000,000 tenants in New York City. morning mail jjust came with a V-mail letter from Lloyd iToar) Wise, somewhere in N. G." (New C-;:'.:;cs, I suppose.) PETROlfUMJHlYTHISWAV Tress Morolino Wtivecn llmml TEST ' jr - <lji .. |I!K!» ouslily, I'or minor cul-i burns, bnuseg. 5c, (riplesif c, lUo PRESCRIPTIONS Freshest Stock Guaranteed Beat Prlceg Drng Stores Midwest ICE CREAM Pints 20c; Quarts 40c When You Buy Your Groceries—Take Home a Carton! CECIL LOWE Grocery & Market We Deliver P"k g, N. Hwy. 61 rhonc 597 Slave Fan & Refrigerator Motors Cleaned For Summer. New Location 116 N 1st J. T. (Charlie) Stalcup Phone 2953 or 2598 Elmer Cunningham VULCAMIZIRG Tire & Tube Repair Collon Btlt E.R. * B. Hwj. II j with Kniter Am. PU,) _BLYT1IEV1T,LI!! i(AKK.) COUlUBIt NEWS WKDNESDAY, .MAY a, 19-M Po/o Only Hobby With Tommy Hitchcock; He Practiced Sport After Business Hours »y HAIlltV GKAVSON NKA Sports Kdltor Tommy Hitchcock, the daddy of (hem all, never permitted polo to IK more than a hobby. Young Hitchcock always could have had sufficient money to penult n life of leisure, but when lie attained Ills majority insisted on paying his own way in :i costly spurt. Oil, coul, securities, hanking and air lines, polo was not allowed to inlorfer with his business. The year round, 9 n m found iiiin In his office, 'Mils was especially true following Hitchcock's marriage In 1928 to Mrs. lcxandci- J.uughliii, Jr., grniulnlccc f Andrew W. Mellon. In the win- er, he resided In New York, traveled o his office by subway. In the sum- er, he lived nt'Sands Point on Receives Commission Ernest P Barrett, son of Mr. and Mi.s. William T. llnrrclt of Cardwell, Mo., recently was graduated from the Army Air Forces bombardier school at Kirkland Field, Albii(|iici-(|uc. N. M., where he was commissioned a second lieutenant and awarded the silver wings of the aerial bombardier. Lieutenant Barrett was graduated from Cardivell High School in 1942, where he was outstanding In athletics. Prior to being sent to Kirkland Field, Lieutenant Barrett was stationed at Las Vegas. Ncv,, where he graduated from the Army Air Forces flexible gunnery school as an aerial gunner. Recital Is Scheduled At Stee/e, Monday N/grifc STEEIJ3, Mo., May 3—Mrs. O. T. Coil will present her voice pupils in a recital Monday nignt, B o'clock, at the auditorium of Stcele Methodist Church, when proceeds from the sli'-'ur offering will be used to start n fund for choir robes for the church. Participating in the recital will be Mrs. Ncwherry Johnson. Mrs. Har- bcrt Hudgens, Mrs. Maridecine Peterson, Miss Olga Konry, Miss Iliith Stallings. Mrs. R. C. Steele, Jr., Miss Mnry Ellwibelh Sloele, Miss iietty Wallace, Miss Marilyn Dates, Donald Alichle, Miss Virginia Hud'gcns and Charles Johnson. In his -lOth year, Tommy Hitchco at 10 goals along with (h ck, the ton rated' ° He benched Mil:e Stevenson,'who had been one of the top No. 3s (or years, but who stressed short passing, fitness and defense. Eurlc Hopping, Jr., only W but a tremendous hitter, was brought into his first important polo overnight. I'UT I'HIJMUIM ON PUNCH The Americans went out Unit afternoon before 40,000 spectators to put on an exhibition of power that would have made George Herman Ilnth and the old Yankees envious. Unshed oil their smooth game, the .rgentincs were bewildered, walloped, 13-7. Averell Haruman, at No. 1, could have sat in a rocking chair itld scored ns Hopping, Hitchcock md Winston Guest flailed the willow ball up lo him. As BalK Huth and (lie Yankees :hangcd the, trend of baseball, to put llio jiremhim on punch, so did Tommy Hitchcock transform A- mcrican polo with this one daring move. i Burdettc Child Injured In Fall On Waxed Floor Her rl«hl leg broken above the knee when .she slipped and fell Monday at IICT mil-finite home, Hetty Lou Cook, two-year-old (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Cook, was moved from Walls Hospital to her home yesterday. The child's leg was placed in a rust Monday afternoon. The accident occurred when she fell on n waxed floor while playing. Baseball Standings SOUTHERN LEAGUE W. L. Pet. Atlanta 2 1 .1)67 Knoxville 2 1 .GOT Birmingham 2 l Ml Memphis 2 2 .500 New Orleans l l .500 Nas\ivillc i a .3:n little Rock 1 2 .333 Chattanooga l 2 .333 Only United States coin bearing the likeness of a foreign ruler Is the Queen Isabella quarter, minted in 1893. NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pet. St. Louis a 3 .150 New York 7 4 .G36 Cincinnati 7 4 .G3G Pnllndelphiii 7 4 ,335 Brooklyn c C .500 Pittsburgh 4 5 .444 Boston 3 9 .250 Chicago l s .100 AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. St. IjOiiis , 10 3 New York G •! Philadelphia 5 5 Washington 5 5 Boston 5 7 {Cleveland 5 7 Detroit 57 I Chicago 4 7 Pet. .7(1!! .600 .000 .500 .417 .417 .417 .304 Arkansas Golf Tourney Slated At Fort Smith LITTLE ROCK, May 3 (UP) — Arkansas golfers, along with outstanding golfers from neighboring slates, will have their field day when the Arkansas Golf Association's annual tournament gels under way on the fast Hardscrabble Country Club course at Fort Smith June 2. 'Ihe slate's golfers seemed to be out In the cold as far as a tournament was concerned when the Little Hock Country Club cancelled Its annual contest a week ago. Hut Hai-dscrabble's directors took advantage of Little Rock's misfortune and decided to Invite the A. O, A. lo hold Ihe tournament on the Fort Smith course, 'flic invita- lion was approved by A. G. A. officials this week. ' The tournament Is a wide open affair. All amateur goiters, regardless of residence in the state, are eligible to compete. This includes service men. The last stale tournament held on Ihe Fort Smith course was In 1941, when Richard "Bubba" Smart, I'ine Bluff's wonder boy, captured his second .straight championship. Today's Games N LKAOIJK Memphis at, Birmingham. Atlanta at Chattanooga. Nashville at Knoxville. New Orleans at Little Rock. NATIONAL LKAUim lioston at Brooklyn. Philadelphia at New York. St. Louis at Pittsburgh. Cincinnati at Chicago. AiUKUICAN LEAGUE Nciv York at Philadelphia. Washington at Boston. Detroit at St. Louis. Chicago at Cleveland. Read Courier Ne?.-a want ftde 5,000 MILES IN MISSOURI .ARKANSAS. OKLAHOMA TEXAS • KANSAS • TENNESSEE MISSISSIPPI • ALABAMA • FLORIDA Have a "Coke" = Eia ke ola (HERE'S HEALTH) ...or winning a welcome in Wailuku Here's health is the happy expression of Hawaiian hospitality. Just as friendly is the Have a "Cake" of the Army flyer. In a few words he says, We are pah. la Wailuku or Wichita, Coca-Cola stands for the pause that refreshes,— has become the symbol of friendly-minded folks in many lands, just as it is when you serve it in an American home; UNDER AUTHoeiry of IKE COCA-COU COMPANY BY COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. of , BLYHEVILLE "Cokc"= Coca-Cola It's nanir^l for popular names to acquire friendly abbrcvia- i lions. That's why you hear I Qxa-Cola called "Coke". WHAT CAUSES EPIUSPSY? A booklet conloiniriB Ihe opinion ol fa* mo«> doclon on ihii Inlereillng iubi«l will be lent FREE, while Ihe/ luit, la ony reader wriling to rh» Educational DWIilon, BSfJflhAve., No^York, N.Y., Dcpt. E-124 (ill lirid Lemon Juice Recipe Checks Rheumatic Pain Quickly " '™" rllc ...... 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