The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 17, 1948 · Page 9
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MONDAY, MAY 17, IMS .BLYTHEVIU.K (ARK.) COURIER NEWS. PACK MINI'. Osceola Indians Win Fourth Consecutive Game to Maintain Narrow Lead in Missco League The Osceola Indians continued to cling to their one-game « ad in the Mississippi County Semi-Pro Baseball League by hipping Number Nine 7 to 8 in a game played on the Osccola High School diamond yesterday afternoon. The wih-wiis the fourth slriughl. for the Indians against no defeats and it was their J'irst over Number Nine. Drew Conners went the full route for the Indians to hang up his Yankees or A's Safe Bet in American; But In National It's Anybody's Race first victory of the season. * ..Number Nine opened the game »'ith a single In the first liming on consecutive hits but the Indians bounced back 111 the second frame picking up two tallies. They added two more in the third, two In the sixth and one ill the seventh for the winning margin. Number Nine Korcd its other two runs In the sixth frame. Lefty Lopez O'Kane opened on the mound for Number Nine and hurled eight full Innings before being relieved by Higgenbottom. O'Kane was charged with the loss. Billy Bowen naced the Indians hitting attack banging out three safeties in four trips. Pete Bennett homered for the Tribe In the Ihird inning with the bases empty. Lutes Defeats Victoria The Lutes Store Bulldogs kept Elizabeth, Philip To Attend Official Affairs in Paris PARIS, May 17. (U.P.I—Elizabeth and her consort, the Duke ofEdin- btirgh, were scheduled to spend the fourth and last day of their unofficial Paris visit tcday in a round of official functions. The princess and her party dined last night at the Tour D'Argent, one of the fine restaurants of Paris, and later visited a night club. There they viewed a fashion parade staged by Jacques Fath and Lucicn Le- Long. Elizabeth danced until the early By Carl lAinrtqulst United Frcu S|K>rU WHUr NEW YORK, May II. tUP)— Th>! Yankees and Cardinals are the teams tc beat but the Indians and Athletics In the American mid practically everybody but the Reds :n Ie National are going to bear plenty ol watching, It appeared today after one month ol major leaguj competition. T.ie fii-al conclusion is that there will be no runaway races. The National League, particularly, lookv wide open with the edge, if nuy, going to the Cardinals i( <hcy can hold their first line strength together. Weak on reserves, they lire getting the pitching that bogseci down last year and slammin 1 Stan Muslal looks like a good r.et to regain the b.ittln; crown he surrendered to Harry Walker of tl;e Phils. The Gihiits are still gelling tc.'- Atliletici, fUH look and 'act llk-i champs. There Is great team spirit., the players are cocky and noisy suul Ihcy .ire Rood In nil departments. The Athletics cun'l be laughed off with what looks to be llw best pitching stuff In buseball and «ood. solid piinch, The Indians and their home run mania mitsl be reckoned v.'llh though the pilchlnx beyond Hob Feller and Bob Lemon Isn't •strong. Trie Red Sox, olf to a .slow start In which poor hitting mid s|x>Uv pllc'.ilr'g held them back, lire 1m- provlnt; and should gel better. The Urowni fl'.e a lively club. \nteresV ing lo w:it?h, one thai makes mtJ takes but which will be more tro'i- blcsome llitm last year's sad a.s- somblaK« The Tigers are the dts appointment or the bcnson to dal£ tine! may slay In tho second division, if as reported, Hal Newhous- cr's fn.-.l ball Is gone. Washington Hope Trial on Two Charges HOPE. Ark., May 17. — IUI 1 ) — The stale WHS ready today for « preliminary homing on two charges against Mayor Albert Fink of HOIK. The mayor was released on two bonds or $500 encli on charges of conversion of public funiU lo private use Riid grand larceny. Prosecutor Jnmc.s H. PllkliiRton did noL elaborate on tile conversion clmiRC, but s»lil tlie griuul larceny charge Involved the dls- of a quantity of wire from the Hope Municipal Airport. The liciulnn was lo b« held be- fore ley. Municipal Judge W. K. Lem- Dr. W. F. BREWER DENTIST OFFICE 20»',i W. MAIN ST. PtoONE 2172 Blylhevllle, Ark. ride luting, fine outfield play nntl is okay when It gels Rood pltctitng better pitching than expected an-1 but st.'ictly mediocre on days when considera- it doeJ-n't, The White Sox undonbt- wlth the Indians by Irounc- | inornfnp hours. The party let shortly before 2 n. m. and returned the British Embassy. Tho royal ccuplc will visit Fon- must be fclvcn serious lion. The Braves have excellent Pitching and hilling, a nifty infield, but the outfield is slow for a pennant tct.ni. The Dodgers should get rolling shortly but clissensio.!, loo nijvh lineup experimenting and rdly ;re the worst, club In bolli •jncertain pitching have held them j drill Nip J'iralfs The Cards piayed like men of destiny yt.skrciay in a 6 to 5 10-in- nln.", viclciy over the Pirates at 81 tainebleau, about •K, miles outside' Paris, this morning and will lunch restaurant amid Fontainnbleau Woods, the famous The original scheduled called for a picnic, but French police objected on_°rounds of security difficulties inspect the gardens and used by Na|K>leon, returning to Par! slliis afternoon. To- They will apartments • Ihe Victoria Red Sox 11 to 1 al Victoria. A five rim outburst In the ninth Inning which was sparked by consecutive homers by relief pitcher Charley Hicks and Charles "Ruff" Lutes, gave Ihe , Bulldogs the winning margin. The score was tied at six-all going Into the ninth frame. Lee Weldon, the Red Sox' ace, vent the full nine-inning route whiffing 13 Lutes batsmen but was touched for a total of 14 hits including the two homers. It was Weldonj second loss of the season. I as guests of President and Mrs. Billy Dcnton started on the 1 Vincent Auriol. mound for the Bulldogs but lasted i ' only until the fifth when a Red so* Banker Resigns Position rait chased him from the lull. He | . , ^. _ was relieved by Hicks who held the j I O Manage Big Plantation Red Sox scoreless the rest of the •way. Hicks was credited with the win. Wayne Dill sparked the Bulldogs hitting attack with four bingles In six trips while Moss led the Red Sox with four out of Cour. night they attend the opera hack Urns far. The Piriitcs are the surprise team and will cause trouble all the w*y with their "old man" pitching staff ami 'cF-pa'-iie players bartered and oougVu from other clubs. The Phils They came from behind wl*.h have good plenty of ?.lp, occasionally pitching and solid hitting Charley Grimm Is getting a lot J[ help from his rookies with his Cubs, gut the Reds just rton't have it. Even with Ewell Blackwell, their ace pitcher, they were only so-so, but .without him they are terrlb'2 and IIE may be gone some time with a shoulder injury. Tanks Look (iOod Tiis Yankees, despite Saturdays double deieat by th« astonishing CARUTHEHSVILLE. Mo., May 17—Announcement was made tlil'si week that Delbcrt Johnson exccu-' live vice-president of the First State Bank of this city had tcn- .... - iderert his resignation to the board In the other league contest the of directors, to become effective as Hays Store nine of Dogwood soon as his successor is named, shoved the Blytheville Chicks Mr. Johnson l s to become as- deeper Into the league cellar with a sociated with M. R- Rowland, in narrow 1 to 6 win: It was Dog- , the management or his extensive »ood's first victory of the sea- j farming, ginning and other busi- son and the Chicks' third straight I ne-ss interests. efeat. I Johnson had been with the local 'ejct weelc'a schedule will find bank about 18 months. He will con-i ie Indians invading Blytheville, Lutes playing at Dogwood and Vic- Unlverslty. Columbia has been elected vice-president of the Alpha Nu Chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha, national social fraternity. He Is a sophomore .at the University, majoring in music, and has been pledged to Phi Mu Alpha, national music honorary fraternity. He Is a member of the select University Singers, and also at the University Bnnd. tour runs In the eighth, then won rhe game when Terry Moore's pop liy feli safely between outfielders Ralph Ktner and Johnny Hopp. enabling Ralph LaPointc to come homo all the way Irom first wi'-h the winning run. Kincr lilt a Buc homer. T.ie Reds won a battle of b v a;s from the Cubs, 13, to II, at Chicago in 10 innings when Johnny Wyro- steV.'s- triple, a long fly, a walk, a-i | error and Virgil Suilcup's single j i provided the winning margin. Gin- i J cinnati made 15 hits, the Cubs get- ' i ting n. « I • Rookie Whiley Platt had a bU J time in Detroit, hitting a hoinor, triple and double as the Browns edged the Tigers,' 3 to 2. He scored the winning run in the ninth when he hit a 440-foot triple. Bryan Stephens got credit for the vtctoiy in e. reiiel role. Art Houtlcman suffered his fifth straight defeat. While Sox. Indians Split The While Sox ended a nino- gatne losing streak winning 6 to 4 in 10 innings at Cleveland but the Indians came back to make 13 hits i and give rookie Bill Kennedy victory in his first major league :;tnrt !n Ihi afterplere. Ken Ki'lt- ner got h;.i rilli IIOIIHV and Allle Clark. Eddie Robinson, Joe Gordon and Pal fieerey »Lso homered for Cleveland in Ihe double Uill, bringing the club's total lo 36 to 10 yamcs Hoi> Kennedy's single wi'.h the sacks loaded gave Chicago tho opening victory. The Red Sox got 19 hits to top the Scjinlws. 14 lo 5. at Boston, Birdie Tcbbfcts and Vc'.uon Stephen* settuij Ihice apiece. Relief pllchcr Earl Jahmon wlio gave lip two hits and no ripi.-. hi six Innings wax the I winner ) The New York at Philadelphia ' double-header and Boston at Brookr [ lyn \\\ Ihe National and Philadelphia r.l New York ami the sccoirl WashliiRlon-Hostoii B"mc at Boston '.vere rained out. EXTRA! ,4J*», STUDEBAKER . Y'.slcrdny's star — Whltey Plntt. who hit a homer, triple and double to Itiul the Browns to n 3 U> 1 victory ovei Ihe Tigers, [THE TOT SHOP FOR AM; NEEDS JllO g. Second Phone 2308 ! Close*! Wednesday afler- ! noon torla at Number Nine. Shinwell Asserts Free Enterprise Is Out in Britain tinue to make hLs home here, as i most of the extensive business in- | terests of Judge Rowland are in i this county and immediate section.' Elected Frat Officer CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., May 17—Friends of this section have learned that Randall Workman of Holland, student at the Missouri SCARBOROUGH, England, May n. (U.P.)—Emanuel Shinwell,..na- tional chairman of the labor Party. told delegates to the opening session of the Party conference today j that there can be "no return to: unrestrained free enterprise" In Britain. He refuted the suggestion that American aid to Europe would place Britain »t the mercy o the United states - j character, thai, he has never been fir NOTICE ' Notice is hereby given that the undersigned will within the tims fixed by law apply to the Commissioner o e Revenues of the State of Arkansas for a permit to sell beer ht retail at 1100 Harmari, Blytheville, Mississippi County. I The undersigned states that he is I a citi&rr of Arkansas, of good moral "Neither in this country nor else-1 convicled of a felony or otner crime where Is it likely the people willj , nvolvillg „,„„-, turpitude; that no accept harsh conditions or strings, to „ b b th under . ce y attached to any offer of material welcome any Rid honestly given by • anybody toward restoring Europe to sanity and to a self-respecting life " Seated Shinwell . signed has years i signed «en revoked within five ;.and that the under- ."er been convicted ol on the platform with were Prime Minister] Clement Attlee, leader of the House; of Commons, Herbert S. Morrison.!" 1 " """ Minister of Health, Aneurin Sevan and other Laborite leaders. | (SEAL) domestic policy, Shinwell I M y °° 1 of alcoholic liquors. THOMAS Y. CHIU Subscribed and sworn to beforo , Elizabeth Mason . Notary Public. 0 " ex P :rcs 4 l. 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