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PAGE SIX BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) -COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1944 Browns Oulslug Yanks, Take Lead Senators Lose To Detroit But Stay On Heels of Leaders The Unfee-conieicd right for American League leadership finds the St. Louis Browns out in front this morning. , Behind t!ie Browns come the New York Yankees and tlie Washington Senators. Yesterday's games left all three loams bunched so closely tnat today's play may re-arrange the standings. completely. Ycsie'rdav afternoon the Browns defeated Ihe Yankees G to 5 in n slugging bee nt New York. Mark Chrlslmiin •'won the game with his home run In the eighth. Nels Totter dtnggcred through Velkas And Pedigo To Play Tag With Szabo Arid VVisfaor •- to win over Alley Donald. Ilie Detroit Tigers beat the Washington Senators 4 to l. Johnny Corsica.bested Early Wynn — \\lio had poor support in the field. Mike Ryba—Boston Ucd Sox relief pitcher—won his own gamr over the Chicago White Sox n Boston. Mike drove In a run In tin 12th Hulling to defeat the Whlli Sox 3 to 2. Ralph Mallzbcrger wa >haigcd \\lth the loss. 1 The Cleveland Indians faltene< their bailing averages by walloping the Philadelphia Athletics 9 lo 1 at Philadelphia. The Indians got n hits off three pitchers. Luke Hainlin was charged with the loss while Al Smith won for the tribe. In the National League the Bos- Ion Braves squeezed out 'a 3 to 2 decision over the St. Louis Cardinals at St. Louis. Jim Tobin tucked that one away for the Braves. Mort Cooper started for the Cards,' but the St. Louis star lasted Jiist three Innings. He was charged with the defeat. The Chicago Cubs beat the New York Giants 3 to 2 at Chicago. The Cubs'came up: with three runs in the seventh to knock out Cliff Mellon and tag Ace Adams with the ' defeat. Hy Vandenbcrg got credit for his first victory ol the season. The Cincinnati Reds supiwrtcd Clyde Sboun with seven runs to defeat the Philadelphia Phillies 7 'to 5 at Cincinnati. Tile victory gave Cincinnati second place. The Pittsburgh Pirates came up with fou rruns In the seventh in, nlng to whip the Brooklyn Dodgers 5 to 2 at Pittsburgh. Rip Sewell coasted through to win. • In today's National League Barnes St. Louis entertains the New York Giants. The Cubs take on the Boston Braves, the Cincinnati Reds play host to the Brooklyn Dodgers and the Philadelphia Phillies visi Ihe Pittsburgh Pirates. -In the American League the St. Louis Browns piny the New York Yankees at New York, while the Detroit Tigers meet the Washington Senators at Washington. At Boston the Chicago White Sox meet the Boston Red Sox, and nt Philadelphia the Athletics entertain the Cleveland Indians. For t lie second successive week 'remoter Mike Meroney will pnr- adc fivo different nationalities on Us wrestling aliow Monday night t the American Legion Arena. They are: Chris Bclkns, wrestling .nstructor at the Blyllievllle Army Air Field and former Junior Middleweight champion of the world, Greek; Joe Sznbo, ruogh-tough neanlc, Hungarian; Gus Wlsbar. fugitive from the Nazis. German; (Blacksmith) Pedigo, cx- mtddlcwelght > champion of the world, Italian; and Promoter-Referee Meroney, who has held four world ring titles during his 20- odd years In the ring, Irish. The promising card features a tag match with the nsunl hour nnd a half time limit, two best falls out of three. For preliminaries the matchmaker will pair off the opposing team representatives in single matches, each with a tlilrly- nilnute time limit. Bclkns, who teamed with Roy Welch last week to defeat Szabo and Wlsbar in as rough nnd thrilling a tag affair as has been staged here in many months, has been paired with the clever Pcdlgn against the losers of Monday night's bruiser. Belkas faces Szabo In one prc- CECIL (BLACKSMITH) PEDl GO, former Kentucky horse sho specialist who rose from Ihe furh ace to the middleweight wrestlln championship of the world, rctun Monday night as one of the prluci pals of Promoter Mike Meroney all-star card, featuring n tag mate He teams with .Scrgt, Chris Belxa against Gus /Wlsbar mid Jo BAAF Wins 8-5 JverRidgers Local Team To Play Fourth Ferry Command At Memphis Monday The BAAF Baseball Team turned n their hitting iwwcr and dctcjil- d the Wiilmit nidge Army Air Icld nine by a score of 8-5 In a ;nnie played there yesterday aftcr- 10011. It was a wild game, replete witli bobbles on both sides. SlafI Sergl. 'rands Hiilli, rieht-hiinded pltch- T for Blytlicvlllc, allowed only live hits, but four errors by his team- nates helped Walnut Hldgc score Evidently, Dick DOPE BUCKET BY I. V. FB1END The AGA1N I "last thrilling feature to "Little Tipton boys, Lieut. Col. etc" was that the cinema slur Travelers Score Double Victory; Barons Win 20-1 By United 1'ress The Birmingham Barons finally got started against Nashville, hut it was loo late lo do any good. While they were dropping games earlier In the week. Little Rock's Travelers went to the fore in the Southern Association. But last ntght the Barons broke Tnc'U. S. Marine Corps has acquired amplilblous gliders of molded plywood designed to land on wa- Icr or land. James Balril (Jimmy) and Major Hicliard Paul IDick), have met again this time overseas. . . . Major Dick V-mallc<l thc Earl Buckleys from somewhere in England that he has been visiting Col. Jimmy and found him "sassier since lie became a married man" clerk. Squadron, Local Boxers Score Victory Over Maiden Two of the ace fighting men o .the BAAF Boxing Team failed to see action when the locals met the sluggers from the Maiden Army Air Field here last night, but in spile of this Blythevllle won n unanimous decision over Ilia Mtssouriiuis. Staff Sergt. Jack Paisley, heavyweight, and Tech. Sergt. Bill Spencer, novice 110-pound champ of thc MldSouth Golden Gloves Tournament, were unable to find opponents on the Maiden slug-team and. therefore, spent the evening watching the fray from ringside. It was an action-packed boxing show, nevertheless, with Blythevllle achieving victory in five exciting bouts. Sergt. A. J. (Cherokee) Hendricks, local middleweight, laid down a barrage of left Jabs nnd right crosses to defeat tough Joe Baldyga, 160 pounds, in the main event. Hcn- drkks, apparently much more experienced than his opponent, bit thc Missourian at will and, wlien the latter took the offensive, cover, cd nicely, taking most of Baldyga's punches on lib elbows and shoulders At the end of the three round scrap, the Maiden boy was still throwing leather gamely, but Hcndricks got tlie judges' nod for having landed the most telling blows. The other bouts sent Negro sol- .dlcrs of. both stations into action. In one of the prelims, lanky Harry Rucker, BAAF 152-pounder, and Pvt. .Tu'll'y Gibson, Maiden middleweight, tore into each other like a inlnary, while Wlsunr anti I'ecngo i, re slated for thc other, the order "- f appearance to bo decided by t oss of coin. Has Feudal Tinge The program not only will have n International, but feudal tinge, vhlcli Is 'expected to add to the ntcmlty of the battle. Szabo and 3elkas hooked up In n beautiful tstlc scrap nt thc conclusion of he -second fall! Monday night. It \as stopped bclore a decision wns reached. So Promoter Meroney. to oblige both .who Indicated they iad scores to settle, rc-schedulcd hem .on opposing sides to get It off their respective chests. It all started Just before Belkas and Welch won thc second fall lo even the match at a fall apiece. During n brief flurry Bclkas clipped Szabo with a vicious right cross thnt set the Hungarian on his trunks in the center of thc ring. It wns evident that Joe didn't like the sock, even though he had done everything to Belkas except bang him over thc head with a ring post. So, after the fall had been declared, Szabo lost little lime opening up on Bclkas with lefts nnd rights, while Wlsbar Joined In with an attack on Welch, in the ensuing- scrap Sznbo was run out of the ring -by Chris, the finishing touches being a resounding kick in the scat of the soiled trunks that ' graced the mat. Welch picked up Wlsbar and dumped him on the ring apron. Apparently, that ended that and the fans settled In their scats to relax. But when Bclkas cliinbcc down from the ring cnroute to the dressing room he was met with n roughouse right swing fromSzabo znbo. - I'' 1 hrllllng fight much to the picas- Sc ire of the howling mob. It was wi everal seconds before order could He je restored. Be Expect Scientific Duel ic Now,, they have n good chance lid to settle their differences. In case le hey do not get it over with dur- ng the preliminary they can cn'rry over Into; the tag match. The match between Wlsbar and ' Pedigo comes as n result of numerous requests from fans who have in- seen the scientific marvels in ac- tl tlon.And from past performances, o these two evenly-matched speed w merchants should stage n whale A of a demonstration. Both are n strong, clever, elusive as greased w pigs, nnd fortified with nil abund- B ance of ring tricks thnt shoulc delight the fans who have thrilled r during the last several weeks dur- " ing matches between Wisbar and c Long, Wlsbar and Bclkas. j There seems lo be little choice • between them. Wlsbnr has the " edge in youth. But Pedigo counters with superior experience. Both arc fast and hard to hold. There Is but n pound or two difference In their weights. Both prefer the scientific and seldom resort to the modern style of punch nnd piill. except when 'forced to by the opposition. The. tag match itself is certain to be not only fast and furious, but rough and double tough. Szabo will sec that the rough sill starts. That will automatically draw In the smaller fellows, am they can do their share of the socking, and how! The card gets under way prompt- That-set off the spark for another ly 'at' 8:30. ' Stall Scrgt. Chris Bclkas, physica Instructor; and Scrgt. John Fill, for mcr Olympic weight-lifting chain plon; almost stole the shov/' froi the boxers with an amazing hand balancing act. Three referees officiated at' th bouts. They were Mike Mcrone froni meeting since 1D39 wlien ihe \ . last session wns held in London, but . the members have kept in touch ! with each other through, clrculir _ letters. "Sigfrid Etistrom, president of thc c International Track and Field Or• f gani'/ation, has assumed direction of . Hin rnntmUIrp sinrr^ ho Uvps In lieu- Ihclr five runs. The opposing pitch- with England, cr was also, hurt by four bobbles, jut allowed 12 lifts, several of them for extra bases, The lending hitters of the Blytlu- ville team were Sergt. Max Vlckcm, shortstop, who got three safeties out of six trips to the plate, scoring three runs; Mr. Fred Swan, second baseman, who got two hits out ol lour trips to the plate; Sorgt. Stan Wlolko, outflcMcr, wlio got two out of five and drove In two runs; and Sergt. Frank Sprout, outfielder, who lilt a home run with two on In Uie first Inning. The BAAP's next game will bo ayed with the Fourth Perry Comand id Memphis Monday. Teah. crgt. Ralph Nixon, right handey, II start the game for the locolo. o will bo opposed by Lieut', Johnny eazley, former St. Louis Cardinal ce, or Hal Tocncs, a young right- wasn't impressed _ _ . "This place is "mits", even the girls speak English" . . .ON DUTY—Lieut, Carnoy Giaham Laslie, who couched the niythevllle Chicks from 1934- 3li, when they won 28 and lost one is on duly somewhere in the Southwest Pacific, according to a Icttei lie wrote to Frank Whltworth, city •His address Is: Fleet Air Wing, HQ Flee 1 that he was on Ne 1 However, I may 1: amlcr with considerable ague experience. ' minor AAF Aviation Cadets 'o Graduate Tuesday Aviation Cadel.s of Class 44-E 111 receive their commissions aiid le silver wings of the military plot In graduation exercises May 23, liilc civilian pilots of Class 44-2. VIC. will be accepted into the Ar- post Office, New York City. IOCATED— If comparative APO' mean anything, I have figured ou where WO j.g. Mitchell Best Is lo rated in the Southwest' Pacific. . He Is at New Calenclonla. . . Hi APO Is 502, the same as Scrgt. Mel vln Lapldes,' the former Osccol (lash who told Game Warden Jo N. Whltley Caledonia. . . — - - . dead wrong. . . For Instance, Die Tipton's APO is 050 and he is sta tioncd In .Italy, believed to t) around Naples. . . Lieut. Kowai Frlsby has the same APO, yet 1 Is flying from the isle of Corsica. IMITATES BIRD Fred Boyetle, No. 1 tonsorial ar 1st of the Red Ball—he's at tl first chair—told me tills week Hi his son, Corp. George (Buddie former Tribesman, is In the hospital at the Greenville (Texas) A\r Field, this time as n patient, . . It seems that Buddie went through picture by L. G. a few series. And Little Rock, Uter 1 5MJ& 5S£ ;=„!,, was ?,^n1n ,Uj3S iivell fellow and good sport" . .e sounded a note of warning to is "mom" about after-the-war ectalions. . . He said the Brlltsl: cople where he Is staying are jolling him. . . They often serve won the opener (5 to 5 by stopping a ninth-inning Atlanta rally at four runs. And In tlie nightcap, the Crackers blew up Hie tune of six errors, and let NEW THEATRE ( Manila's Finest Shows Nightly at 6:30 MATINEES Saturday & Sunday at 1 icli>cd to make athletic history Blythevllle High school, writes from I he Boat Croupe Pool at Coronado. liillf„ that he has passed his over- full. Nine Baron oral in their half of that frame. Chattanooga beat Memphis 4 to and New Orleans won over eas physical examination with fly- K'<°xv!.lle 5 to i-by v'''t«c of Jewe ng colors and has. his eyes peeled Banna's pitching and five Smokit be or siNbiNC.I cm BLUES —T-Seret. Charles Holmes,, cousin 16 Russ and Starling Bunch.' llle ex-Chicks, Is down in the dumps. He failed to pass his physical for overseas duty recently at Orlando, Fla., and is resigned to his fate. . . "Guess III have to tell my children about thc "battle of Orlando" nflcr this Is all over", he dcjectly writes. iy In ceremonies here May 26, it|j ome sorl O f training course that 'as officially announced nt the j [hc b | n (llc mc( ji ca i corps at ilythcvlllc Army Air Field today. Ui a j ora field are supposed to take Residents of Blytheville who. have t nm [ didn't fare so well. . . Every- ooms available for rent by faml-| thing WBn i. all right until thc para- ies of the graduating cadots andi c | n]tc j um[ , T | ia t part was all Ivilian pilots arc urged toSreport r|l>ht Io0] excc ,, t t |, e landing. . . his fact to the USD or the Chafu-. Bmld [ e came down jusUlikc a bird ber of Commerce as soon as possl-|_ nl a j rec nn[ i w itn disastrous blc. Yesterday's Results SOUTHERN LEAGUE Night games: Chattanooga 4, Memphis 2. ' Nashville 0, Birmingham 20. Knoxvlllc 2, New Orleans 5. Atlanta 4-2, Little Rock 6-1 AMERICAN LEAGUE St. Louis G, New York 5. Cleveland 9, Philadelphia 1. . Boston 3, Chicago 2. 12 innings. Detroit 4, Washington 1. NATIONAL LEAGUE Cincinnati 7, Philadelphia 5. Boston 4, St. Louis 3. Chicago 3, New York 2. Pittsburgh 5, Brooklyn 1. Blythevllle wrestling promoter; Jackie Byrd, and Sergt. Robert Mor- tral Stockholm and can correspond gnu, 1943 nbvicc Arkansas AAU wel- with members in most of-the bel- SEATTLE (UP)—A "mechanical master mind" thut will answer a thousand questions riboul traffic accidents Is the latest addition to police department equipment. By pressing a button, traffic officials can learn in a few minutes data from traffic accident reports, including the cause, number of persons injured, and age, race and occupation of drivers involved. tcnvclght champion. ligerent nations." Judges were W. F. McDanlcls, W. Bnmdaec recalls that the 1940 A. Dobyns, and J. P. Friend, all of Olympics had been scheduled for Blythevllle. The announcer was Helsinki, Finland, and Ihe J944 Lieut. Allen Hurley, assistant physical training officer. The 051st Army Air Forces Band, under thc direction of Chief Warrant Officer Bcrnhnrdt M. Kuschcl, bandleader, furnished music for thc occasion. Olympics May Be Held Next In 1948 i results that he was taken to the hospital with a back injury. . An operation was performed and, oarring complications, should put him back in good shape. . . HAS LUNCH—Credit the "Dope Bucket' with another assist. . . Major Albert Ridings read where Capt. Calvin (Hickorynut Head) Moody was stationed at Abilene (Tes) Arms Air Field. . . So he cranked uv a C-78, took off from the Galves- lon (Texas) Army Air Field, where he is an instructor in the veterai fliers' combat school, and had luncl with Calvin. . . Former teammates and Incidently, rivals for a guard post with the Chicks, they hai )uite a session during the few hour they were together. PINUP BOY ' Service boys overseas likely hav different choices as to who is th No. 1 American motion picture tor. . . But after a recent trl James Cagney gets the vote as pin up boy from the 893rd T.D.Co., sta tioncd in England., . . Lieut. Loirt G. (Little Pete) Thompson write his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pete, glowing and enthusiastic account Cagney's visit with them. . . Tl Baseball Standings SOUTHERN LEAGUE W. L. Pel. Little Hock 14 7 .GOT Birmingham 14 8 ,630 Memphis 1310 .5GG ashvillc '.• 11 S .550 llanta 10 11 .416 :noxville 10 10 MO ew Orleans ...; C 14 .300 hatlanooga 0 15 .285 -AMEUICAN LEAGUE •W. L. Pet Washington 15 11 .577 t. Louis 17 12 .586 view York 14 10 .583 Philadelphia 13 13 .500 Jhiaceo : 13 14 .48: Cleveland 12 16 .429 Boston H 15 ^Detroit :. 12 16 .42 x—Night game. NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. t, Louis 10 8 Cincinnati :.... 15 11 Pittsburgh 12 10 Philadelphia 13 11 Boston 14 15 New York '.. 12 14 Brooklyn '.11 15 Ihlcago 5 18 x-Night game. Today's Games SOUTHERN LEAGUE Allanla at Little Rock.'. Only game scheduled. AMERICAN LEAGUE St. Louts at New York. Chicago at Boston. Clevelaind at Philadelphia.. Delrolt at Washington, night. NATIONAL LEAGUE New York at St. Louis, night. Brooklyn at Cincinnati. Philadelphia at Pittsburgh. ^ Boston at Chicago, ' today. But Sunday's double irs match Chattanooga Rock, Atlanta nt Mempl a.shvilie at New Orleans l noxvillc at Birmingham. Ocean-going version of the jeep the "duck", an amphibious, Vk- in Army tiuck used to assls urges and oilier units in estab shlng beachheads on ciicm; lores. , Britain had produced lanes at the end of 1943. S 0.00 Bl DOLE EXTERMINATORS Contract Service in 1'csf Control. Free Estimates. 115 S. Third Phone 2751 Saturday "CALIFORNIA JOE" with Dun Barry Kcri.U & Shorts Saturday OWL SHOW 'SING A JINGLE" with L Alan Jones Selected Shorl* Sunday and Monday "GIRL CRAZY" with Mickey Itooiiey Fox News &, Short I'lcnty of WOOD For Sale! BARKSDALE MANUFACTURING CO. 1'lione 2911 Open 7:30 Show Starts 7:45 CLOCKS REPAIRED Electric or Stem Wind. . Work Guaranteed. A. B. FORD At P»t (VBrjint'i Jewelrj Friday and Saturday 'West of / Cimarron' with the Three Mcsiplifccrs SK11IAL:. "King of the Mounties" BOWL lor f im and health! BILL'S and GEORGE'S HOWLING ALLEY 120 N. Second Saturday Midnight Show Starts II p. m. 'Over My Dead Body 1 with Milton Berlc & Mary Belli Hu i nan a i NEW YORK, May 20. (UP)—President Avery Brundiige of thc American Olympic Committee says the Olympic Games may be resumed as rly as 1948. In an article In the new Natiorm ollcgiate Athletic Association Track id Field Guide Brudage also make rce other predictions. He says the Olympic Committc obably will meet very shortly nf- cessalion of hostlllllcs, Russia ay apply for membership, and Arentina probably will hold thc Pan mcrican Games as soon as war games were to have been held in London. He says these cities as well as Budapest, Rome and Detroit all probably will be considered as possible sites for the first games after the war. Thc 5ofl-5|K>ken former Olympic star recalls that utter the first war there was n tremendous development of athletics in nearly every coun- ry. "Unless this war continues until ial( the world Is destroyed, I am sure that the same thing will occur again." The first Pan American Games, were scheduled for Buenos Aires In 1942 and Brundage says these games undoubtedly will be.held as soon as hostilities cease. pair of hungry wildcats and, for three rounds, swapped leather furl- cusly. At.xhe end of the scrap, both men were arm weary arid winded Huclver got a unanimous decision. In the other preliminary bout Pvt. Freddie MouHric, Blytheville 170 pounder, and Pvt. Oliver Lee Maiden lightheavy, tried to tak each other apart with powerful hay makers which they swung from the! heels. Both men absorbed a lot o punishment but they were In goo condition and never quit swinging Moultrie, however, landed most o :his blows-where it hurt and, ac i cordingly, took the bout. In an exhibition bout prcccdin those between the BAAF and Ma den, Blytheville's Jackie Byrd, high-ranking professional welle weight, met Pvt. Frank Divincenzo Maiden boxer with over 400 amateur bouts to his credit, gave lans a lesson In what constitutes good box, ing. Byrd, a clever workman, held , himself .in enough to make the . scrap interesting, but showed flashes bf the ability that gave him victories over such men as Lew Jenkins x ck-l!ghtweight champ of the world Tommy Brltlon, able welterweight and other-top-ranking fighters. The Maiden boy, ' however, wa no< slouch.. Lighter than Byrd, h .was fast and canny and manage< l% £to land several good, blows on th * f' Between bdiits, Lieut. Alfred Kllng -. JCfnior physical training officer i i i i i ii Winter equipment of thc Canadlai army includes the snowmobile, cap able of carrying a half do7cn fully equipiicd men at fast speeds over snowy terrain. nds. Says Brundage I "The war has prevented the In- ernalional Olympic Committee Try our ".Own Made" ICE CREAM Die Hickory Inn Ac rot* (r«m High Sch»ol WRESTLING Legion Hut, Monday, May 22, 8:75 p. m. Loweit Admission of an; WrMtllrjf Arena In America. Adults, 38c, Tax 9c—Total, 45c. Reserved Scats, 12o, Tax 3c—To- tal, 15c, Children's Seals 12c, Tax 3c, Total, 15c, Reserved Seats On Sale at the Legion Arena Erery Monday from 6 p, m, on. TAG MATCH BELKAS & PEDIGO WISBAR'& SZABO Z 30-mln. preliminaries SQL CHRIS BELKAS vs. JOE SZABO BLACKSMITH PEDIGO vs. GUS WISBAR I I 1 I I I I I E.... I'M SAVING WASTE PAPER! 1 IB HH CH 2B !5^ Mi over th« country wlv«« md sweethearts are collecting w«t» pap«i. They underitand that ova fightlnj mw desperately need tni» Sunday and Monday JARZAN FACES HIS FIERCEST JOrSCJ* WUSSMUUtR NANCY KtilV • JOHHHY SHBflZi PrfttMKJ b> S 511'S ** • »Wrt b. WUtkU f JCRtEN PUY of I0*i r 0 T LftVE • *><M H Paramount' News Comedy CHICKASAW West Main 'Near Zlsl St. Sat. shuts 12:-I5; Rim. starts 1:45;| Night shows 5:15 Except Monday, opens 6:15 Continuous shows Sat. and Sun. cr They are making & weekly habit of laving old newspaper*, box**, wrapping*They ere not burning or destroying wute paper — they art leading it to make at wrap raor« than 700,000 different SAVE ABUHOtllWHK war article* used by our armies. Do your part along with thwe patriotic women. Get your clubs, civic and church groups behind this movement Collect watte paper—bundle It-and turn it in,'.''. and help shorten the wtrl Friday and Saturday Double Feature "FUGITIVE OF THE PLAINS" with Billy the Kid & Al (Fuzzy) St. John; "SUBMARINE BASE'" wltti Alan Baxter SERIAL: "Don Winslnw of the Coast Guard." ,(j Comedy VICTORY WASTE PAPER CAMPAIGN Sunday and Monday LOUISIANA PURCHASE"! (In Technicolor) :| with Bob Hope & Vcra Zorlna Universal News Comedy

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