The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 16, 1944 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

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r;PA<JE EIGHT 1 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ii___^ BLYTHEV1LLB (ABIC.) COURIER NEWS By Two Games r New Yorkers Bunch • . Eight Hits To Trim 'White Sox, 10 to 2 By United Press The world champion New k York Yankees have taxen a firmer hold on tlie first place In the American League. They trounced 'he Chicago White Sox 10 to 2 and moved two games ahead of the St. Louis Browns. It looked like -the old days in (he Yankee Stadium M .the New yorkers bundled eight hits for JO runs. They scored three runs in: the fourth frame nnd put the gome on Ice with five more in thc seventh. Walt Dubiel. with Yankee power behind him, won his second game ojf the season. 'The Philadelphia Athletics staged s spine-tinellng last minute uprising to wallop the Detroit Tigers 6 to 2. The score stood at 2-2 going into the last half of the ninth. The bases'. were loaded with two out. Then Frankle Hayes, who won Sunday's game with n homer, stepped Into the batter's box. Bob Gillcsple served up the .gopher ball, and Hayes lilt a round-tripper into the stands, good for four runs. The Washington Senators came up from behind to ease out the Cleveland Indians 4 to 3 in an overtime game under arc lights, The Indians led 3 to 1 in the ninth, .when the Senators' Puerto pfcan catcher, Permin Giierrn. blnsl- ed n homo-run with one aboard- tying the score. In thc llth inning. t)ic Senators scored again to take the game. Johnny Nlggeling, who went the route for Washington, allowed 10 lilts. Ed Klicman, who relieved Mel Harder in the ninth, was the loser. Cincinnati's southpaw pitcher Clyde Slioun, the guy who was supposed to be through in 1942, hurled the Reds to n no-run, no-hit victory over Jim Tobln and the Boston Braves. Shmm defeated Jim Tobin, who turned the no-hit trick on April 27, 1 to 0. Tobin..spoiled a perfect, game by taking n base on balls In the third. Chuck Aleno made the only run of the game with a homer off one of.Tobln's flutter balk In Ihc fifth. The Brooklyn- Dodgers turned In a fair imitation of Yankee power yesterday, ns they slnimncd four Chicago hurlers for 17 tills nnd 14 runs. , The Brooks clinched Hall Gregg's 14-to 3 victory when they tallied seven runs in the sixth inning. Dick Barrett, (ho Philadelphia Phillies starting hurler, took n'tcr- Bass Fishermen Go Into Action As Season Opens Bass fishermen were astir early (Ills morning as the senson opened In Arkansas after being closed since March 16. Many members ol (lie Armorel. Fishing Club, who liave boon anticipating the day when they would no longer have to I brow I lie greedy blg-moutlis buck into (lie wnler, took oft nt an enrly bour with mlimow buck-. •els, cnue poles ns well ns Ilyrods and costing rods. Todny, too. the ban on artificial ball, was lifted and tbose who throw the feathers, KquliTel-tnllK and oilier forms of lures awoke with visions of a Held <!ny. Not only did Annorel attract Us quota of fishermen, but lakes and streams nil over this section suddenly became unsafe for the dark green bass. During the past few days, the forbidden bass has taken any sort of bait in stBht, but anglers who know the ways of the finny tribe were not too certain -of an easy limit today. Today's Games SOUTHERN'LEAGUE Chattanooga nt Memphis, night. Niisliville uL Birmingham. AllDiitji nl lJUIc Rock. Knoxvlllc ill New Orleans. NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn nt Chicago. New York nt Pittsburgh. Boston nt Philadelphia. Philadelphia nt St. Louis, night. AMEIUCAN LEAGUE Cleveland at Washington, night. Delrolt at Philadelphia. Chicago nt. New York. St. Louis lit Boston. 1 OKLAHOMA CITY (UP) — LU- Gov. James E. Berry has'announc- ed Uial he will not resign his slate ofilcc to make the race for U. S. S e u n t c Democratic nomination against Sen. Elmer Thomas and a dozen other aspirants. Berry still hns two more years to serve as Lieutenant-Governor. rifle ninulliig nl i)i c hands of the St. Louis Cnrdlnals. They rapped him, and cliel Covlngt<m wlm 'ie- llevcd him, for nine nms in the first inning. The Cnrdlnnls. wl"> now stand four games ahead 6t the second-place Cincinnati Ucds —walloped Iho Phillies 11 to G: Harry Gilbert got credit for the win. 'Die New York Gtnnts nnd the Pittsburgh Pirates fought It out neck nnd neck nt.Pittsburgh, with th c GlnnU winding up on the long end of iin B to 7 score. Ace Adams, the rubber-armed relief rmrlcr won his fourth game against three detents. D. P. LI 4 Cottonseed 1 3-32 to' 1 TVs Inch Staple Early Variety ALSO ARKSOY SOYBEANS 2913 See EARLMAGERS DOPE BUCKET BV 3, F. FBIEND OFFERS SUGGESTION The "Dope Bucket" Is a public service . . ; We welcome any and 'every criticism, especially those that are designed for Improvement . • . It is complimentary when one takes enough time to write in nnd offer a suggestion . . . One of the bc.st and most highly appreciated suggestions came ia.st weekend from Pfc, Orval Shancy- fclt, former Chick linesman, who Is stationed at the United Slalcs Marine Corps Air Station at Cherry Point, N. C. (V. M. B. 613, M, A. G. 62—P. M. P.). Pfc. Shaneyfcll said, among many other Inlercstlsg things in n lengthy letter, that lie thought It would be a good thing i( I would Include thc addresses of the boys when I used letters, either in whole or hi part. Thanks. Orval. that is a rather llmely suggestion and I .slarleil the practice with your letter, hop- Ing your friends ivlll pin it to good use by writing. Orvnl never became any loo well known to- thc Blylhcvlllc random for thc rdnraii of two guys, viz.: Adolph Schlcklcgruber and Hlrahilo. Just when he appeared on the brink of becoming a crack guard under the capable and painstaking direction of Coach Joe Dilcly (now Lieut. Dildy, Crldcr Field, fine Bluff), thc war came upon us and Ihc 195-pound handsome youth took off In Die footsteps of an older brother, Vlr- gle, also in thc Marines and overseas ... He definitely was one of the better grid prospects. His letter follows: "It seems ns if I am thc only one of the fellows from Blylhcvlllc stationed In Hits part of the States. (Don't you believe it, Orval ... Frank Perkins, a Gosncll boy, Ls stationed at Hq & iiq grid ETC No. 10. Greensboro, N. C. . . . Phillip McKay Is over nt Ft. Bragg-. . . Lieut. Leon Stafford Is nl Camp Davis, and Bert Dougnn. Jr., is headed for Camp Maxoh, N. C.) Having rend (he 'Dope Bucket' I believe you are Just the fellow who can help me. I have read several nice letters you have printed from ex-Blytho- vllle men from all parts of the country. May I suggest that yen have their addresses printed when you receive letters that way. so the fellows can keep In touch with each other. NICKNAMES NEW ROMHER '•'After having been through two mechanics schools I end up 'mccli- Ing on a B-35. We have n new name. for the B-25, H model, lliat carries the 75 mm. cannon in the nose — (juote: 'Cannon Packing Mama." "The last school I attended »'as operated by the army nirforce and located just 15 miles from Hollywood. That was quite a setup for the fellows nnd It proved to be u swell liberty town. Thc best place, nnd quote a delight for service men was to dance from the music of Harry Jnmes at the Paltidlum. "Oh, yes, I ran Into Sonny Lloyd's running mate nt Georgia by life name of King. He asked me for his address but I couldn't give his whereabouts, f would ap- prlate it very much if you would send ills ami several others I knew who attended Blythevillc higli. school. (Lloyd's address Ls: Pfc. Mayfield S. Lloyd, Co. B 3rd Ampli Tr. nn, Corp. Troop H, 1st Marines care of Fleet Post Office, 'Frisco, Calif. Others will follow via mail.) "Speaking of football, I had the pleasure fit seeing the Rose Uowl game. I found the surroundings and scenery more Interesting than Ihc game. (Pfc. "Peanut'' McHnncy said almost the same thing.) Remember the game between Pine Bluff nnd Blylhcvlllc In 1941? (Who doesn't?) I have never seen n ^college i>nmc that interesting. "Since joining Ihe Marine Corps I have met several of the fellows In uniform from home. Standing in the recreation area of the Y. M. C. A. building, San Diego, Calif.. I met Elmer Stone, my ex- Cliick captain. That was In March of '43. since then I haven't been able l:> locale him. (His address Is: E. E. Stone Mo M. M., 2-c. MTU. Hot) 35, FPO, NYC!) I also ran Into Harold Simpson. Sonny Lloyd nnd .several boys I know from Deli High School. WITH SCIUiKN STAR "While In 'boot camp' nl Snu Mega. Corp. Tyrone Power (r,ow 1st. Lieut.) was a drill instructor. He fired on the range at the same time I did, also Glenn Ford. Bolh ex-stars cnme up through Hie hard way. Another ex-Chick I ran Into was Arthur Conlcy, still iu civilian life and working ns an engineer. He was planning on going to Alaska to help with army engineers. "If you happen to drop by 'Pop' Moslcy's home tell them hello for me. Tell 'pop' I have met several fellows from different parts of the States tliul remember Herky. Russ and Monk when they were playing for 'Hnmn. "Well, Mr. Friend, every day after work, greasy from keeping 'em flying a gootl shower, a mail call always.a Courier.- the first place I turn is for the "Dope Bucket.'. The fellows all enjoy it, so keep up the good work and it will be very well appreciated. ; "Mail call tills afternoon conies a letter from Edgar (Sugar) Cain, former Chick, some where in England (T-5 Edgar Cain, 38449*71, 4th Aux. Surg. Gr. APO103, care PM. NYC.). "Sincerely, "Orval Shancyfclt.'' 1 ' It is estimated thai 02 per cent of the world's population above the age of 10 years is illiterate. Snakes sleep with their eyes open. MEXSANA JOOIHINC MEDICAIEO POWDER GULF'S II Mewl* 1 ! I fo*6nfo I' t/laintenana \ BEFORE THIS WAR is OVER, there mny be only two kinds of people in America... 1. thon who can itUI e» la work In automobiles, I 2. ihoie who ar» (orcftd fa walk. I If you want to be in the fortunate group who will still be riding to work in automobiles, join Gulf's "Anti-Breakdown" Club today. How do you do it? Just come in for Gui/'s Protective Maintenance Plan! This plan was conceived by experts in car cure. Gulf developed it because car maintenance is a most important civilian job. ftfjtvtecfs your ecu- at 39 cfanyerpoints! GULF'S Protective Maintenance Plan includes GulRex Registered Lubrication which reaches up to 39 vital points with m. different Gulflcx Lubricants that reduce wear, and lengthen your car's life. ii fafis keep your motor in, /}-/' f on AN APPommiHT To HELP YOUR Gulf Dealer do a thorough Job on your car— and to save your time—make an appointment In advance. V ,' Phone or speak to him at the tlf «ation.Then you should encounter no delay when you get Gulf'k Protective Maintc- IT S IMPORTANT to give your car a good motor oil and change regularly. Gulf offers rwo outstanding oih . . . Gulfpride, "The World . Finest Motor Oil," and Gulflube, an Mtra-qudity oU costing a few centi lew. d ft sfre&fes your gas cou/w/ts/ AlR.FlUTER and spark-plug cleaning, and radiator flushing liclp give better go> mile- I ogc. A dean air filter makes gaj bum more economically; clean plugs increase power; a • clean radiator prevents overheating. OASOtlNI POWERS THE ATTACK ... DON'T WASTS A DROP/ car avoid 6f&z6dotvn<$ Welch, Belkas Win Tag Match Wisbar and Szabo On Losing End In Wild Show At Arena Here Sergt. Chris' Belkas and Roy Welch outlasted a us Wisbar and Joe Szabo to capture the feature tag match of Promoter Mike Meroney's weekly wrestling show last night at the American Legion nrcna. After dropping the first fall, fielkns anu Weld) haimnered out thc second and third falls In another superlative action thriller and chiller that ran the gamut. The fans were treated not only to one of the roughest and most bitter battles c ver staged In thc local ring, but came In for some cx- tni sights. Included in Die wacky category were: Two free-for-all battles, one inside the ring and the other outside and !ii the isles, at (lie conclusion of a fall; Partners swapping blows In live- fashion, instead of applying Hielr energy toward thc defeat of their opponents; Three men—two wrestlers and thc referee—lying prone on Ihc mat it as cold as a snlt mackeral; A wrestler nil tangled in the ipes and the referee trying vainly to get him untwisted and nl the ime time keep the opponent off lin and the ropes; Countless times when all four, 'l"s the referee, wen' In n stage of milling that strongly resembled a jattlc royal. Instead of wrestling. Battle Each Other As funny and exciting ns most vere, the most amusing sight ciimo vlien Wislrar nnd s/abo. on thc ;amc side, began fighting each other. It all stnrtcd early in the third fall. Belkns had subjected vvtsbnr to some knocking from Welch when in the throes or a full Nelson, in retaliation, Gus turned tables, secured a full Nekon on Clirls and marched him over to Ins corner* where Szabo had ills right arm poised for a haymaker As they cnmc close enough Szabo ft his fist fly. But Chris ducked intl Wisbar caught the full impact of the punch smack on the chin, was floored and all but knocked out. He immediately rushed ».abo an t | clipped him with rights mil left.' Joe moved Into the ring md thc two went at it hammer md tong for several seconds before Referee Mcroney could pry them apart. Belkns and Welch had slipped out of the ring and stood on thc outside enjoying the unusual •spectacle. Uses New Hold Szabo, a rough ami tough mcanie introduced a hold seldom used to TUKSDAY, MAY lij, ill gain an advantage in thc Ing match. He forced Hoy to surrender after 15 minutes of torrid milling with a reverse face lock. Five minutes later Joe applied the same dose to Belkas with the same results. Roy and Belkns altered their lac- tics slightly and paved thc way to even the count at one fall apiece. Instead of sticking to the scientific as they did in the first, they bcuan matching their fists and body with their opponents. In addition, Roy opened an assault on Wiibar's ears, (Gus has n horror of caullflowered cars). Actually, the fall was decided when- Chris and Roy staged a "Cnsey Jones Spc- cinl", bumping the heads of Wisbar and Suibo headon. Chris eliminated Wisbar only a few minutes Inter with a iKXly slam and pin In JO minutes. S/abq was mauled considerably before going under wlUi a body slam and pin by Bclkas In 10 more minutes. Ajlack The Winners As the winners were leaving the ring to go to the dressing room Szabo charged them and a free- for-all battle ensued. Apparently, all had died down after Szabo had been kicked out of thc ring and Wisbar heaved overboard by Welch. Hut Szabo intercepted Belkas at the southwest corner and the two locked horn-s again, this time in the isles.. Welch and Wisbar continued their fight inside the ring. The TNT-Iaden fists of Belkas and Welch proved too powerful in the final fall. Swibo was the first to fall by thc wayside. Welch battered him all but into slumbcrland, then turned him over for a jackknife to make it legal-likc. Belkas and Welch then survived a brief butting orgy by Wisbar to beat him. nelkas received credit with a "crucifix". Thc combined time was 20 minutes. Wisbar and Welch captured the single . fall preliminaries. Wisbar cleverly turned apparent detent into a brilliant victory to beat Belkas in the opener that went 20 minutes. He caught the soldier coming in with an Intended fourth flying tackle. Ife quickly applied a flying body scissor and rolled Chris over for the fail before lie or the fans realized what had happened. Welch oulsiuggcd Szabo to take their match in 10 minutes. The •larger, boys put on quite a fight before Hoy clamped on n crab that forced Szabo to holler "cnlf ropu". Baseball Standings SOUTHERN LEAGUE W. L. Pel. Birmingham 13 5 .722 Atlanta 10 c .025 Little Rock 0 1 .5G3 KUoxvlllc 8 7 .533 Nashville 8 8 .500 Memphis 0 9 .500 Chattanooga 511 .313 New Orleans 3 12 .200 NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. St. Louis 18 C Cincinnati 13 a Philadelphia 12 o Pittsburgh 10 10 Brooklyn 11 11 New York 11 13 Boston 11 14 Chicago 3 n AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. New York 14 G St. Louis 14 10 xWashlnglon 13 9 Philadelphia 1210 Chicago 10 13 xCIevcland 10 14 Boston s H Dclroll 915 x—Night game. Pet. .750 .501 .571 .500 .500 .558 .440 .150 Pet. .700 .583 .591 .545 .435 .417 .417 .375 BOWL for fun ;in el health! HIU/S and GttOHGK'S ROWLING ALLKY 120 N. Second Mcnly of WOOD For Sale! BARKS5ALE MANUFACTURING CO. Plume 2911 Yesterday's: Results .,-1 S OUTl'i&it'N LEAGUE • : '' ' • -" ' Birmingham 10, Nashville. 3. NATIONAL LEAGUE New York 8, Pittsburgh 7. St. Louis 11, Philadelphia G Cincinnati 1, noslon C. Brooklyn H, Chicago 3. AMERICAN LEAGUE New York JO, Chicago 2. Philadelphia c, Detroit 2 . , Washington .4, Cleveland 3. /jL< --- J85 NEW THEATRE Manila's Finest Shows Nightly at 6:30 MATINEES Saturday & Sunday at 1 Tuesday -AMERICAN LEGION NIGHT— All Proceeds, Less Actual Cost of Picture and Tax Go To Herman Davis Post American legion For Completion of Hut. 'GHOST THAT WALKS ALONE" M'ltll With Arthur Lake AJ.SO SEKIAI, Of All Kinds. BARKSDALE MFG. CO. Klyihcvillc, Ark.' FISHERMEN! Register Now For the Big Fishing Contest IN CASH PRIZES! Contest Ends October 1st All contestants must register at our store to become eligible for prizes. Fish must be caught with hook and line, fly rod'or casting rod, live or artificial bait. Those caught on trot lines, in seines or nets will not be considered. Fish must be caught within a 50 mile radius of Blythcville between now and October 1st, 1944, to be eligible for a prize. BASS SEASON OPENS TODAY! , „. See us for Casting and fly fishing lures and equipment of ail kinds. f f ** For the Biggesf Bass! For the Biggest Crappic! For the Biggest Bream! For the Biggest Goggle-Eye! Weighing of nny fish submitted for a prize must be done ill our slore or in thc presence of an employe of Hub-hard's on approved scales. H U B B A R D HARDWARE CO. Wednesday "HOLY MATRIMONY" Wit/1 •illoniy Woalcy * tirade Fields l-'ux News and Short Thursday LIONS CLUB SPECIAL^ SHOW and NEGRO MINSTREL Open 7:30 Show Starts 7:45 Tuesday PAL NITE 'Get Going 7 ^ with Kobert I'aigc & Grace McDonald Selected Shorts Wednesday & Thursday "—' out of U» Heart oi to Give Your Heart ij.if \ CHICKASAW Wast Main X'cnr 21st St. iil. starts ]2:45; Sun. starts' 1:45 .Night shows 5:45 Kxccpl Mnmlay, opens 6:15 Continuous shows Sat. and Sun. Tuesday BUDDY NITE 2 Tickets Tor the Trice ot 1 "SOUTH OF SUEZ" with Uremia Marshall i- OcorgD Brcni IMus Cartoon Wednesday & Thursday Double Feature "THE MAGNIFICENT ! AMBERSONS" with Orson Welles & Joseph Gotten nnd 'SQUADRON LEADER X' with Kric Forlman A- ,Vnn Dvorak

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