The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 2, 1948 · Page 7
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_ WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 1948 Ark-Mo Softballers in 8-7 Win Over Hays Grocers to Gain Top Rung in City Loop Competition BIATHKVIU-E (ARK.) COURIER NKWS Rose Breaks Speedway Record the ague's ladri^r VHP Store Groc^. gSM£^SJf ti . "^ them from a fir.st— place e into the league's No 2 spot. •Three little slips, an tnm wlld -Jitch in moon,, flipped exlr" an<i a Passed ball, itinins; fiave 1!)e '«!-lcnighl victory Grocers after they Kilowat rally In' Bame " Ho an Roush Scores Wnnlnt Run Buck Roush, Ark-Mo's center fielder, scored the winning tally in the overtime period. W ith two out. Roush was safe at first on Ert Bunch s error. He stole second Cincinnati worn to third on „ wild pitch by Brooklyn | w | New York '. 20 St. Louis 20 , Pittsburgh 20 Philadelphia 19 Boston 17 ... IS n ;> u T ""l" "" " wml Pncn DV oiuuKiyn Ifi Pitcher Jack Whittle and scored Chicago 14 when another pitch by Whitlle car-l -'" reeled oft rather A. C. Bunch's; AMtRlCAN LEAGUE The game was by far the best to 'Cleveland . 23 be played in the league so far this .Philadelphia 26 year with both teams battling nlp' New York 21 and tuck all the way. Billy Demon Detroit 10 started on the hill f or the Killot- Sl - Louis 16 waiters and pitched lillless ball for I Washington IS tnree and one-third innings before : Boston 15 he weakened. He was relieved In Chicago 9 Die fifth by Stewart Gurtey. j Ark-Mo opened the contest by j pushing across lour runs on three hits In the first frame and then i coasted until the third with a 4-0 lead. With one out in the third: jjjfame, J. S. Whittle lifted one of! Tienton's offerings Into deep left field for a homer scoring one run i •head of him. Grocers Lead In Fifth Nashville 39 Mobile 27 Birmingham . 28 Memphis . 23 the ! Chattanooga .- j Atlanta . . id ' New Orleans id Little Rock the ; Mauri Hose a row. Ho drove Hie second .4871 .485 I .355, .257, Yesterday's Results SOUTHERN LEAGUE Nashville 6, Atlanta 5 <H innings) Memphis 8, Mobile 6 Chattanooga 5, Birmingham 4 Little Rock 4, New Orleans 3 NATIONAL LEAGUE i.rucers i_ead in ruth New York 4, Brooklyn 4 (U inning The Grocers bounced back in the • tie. called allow teams lo catch fourth to score five runs on two train). jtlJ b hits and three Ark-Mo errors to take the lead. The Kllowatters tallied again In the bottom of the , fourth on Demon's triple to right! field and Charley Moore's double (o left. They added their sixth run in the sixth when Burl Wilson singled to right field and was advanced to third when Paul Lipford, Grocer second baseman threw his elove at the ball. Wilson scored from third. on an outfield error. The tying run came in the seventh when catcher Bill nounsavall walked, advanced to second on Long's base on balls «nd scored on two infield outs. Whittle went all the way for the grocers giving up eight hits three bases on balls and struck out seven. It was his first loss for the season. Denlon gave up four hits in the live Inlngs that he worked and Gurley only one In his three frames. Gurley was credited with trie win. his fourth of the year. Bottlers txwr 3Z to 8 In last night's second ganre the I ni Eullivan-Nelson Chevrolet nine had; w IQV «. flelri day nt the expense of thej _ - * Coca cola Bottlers, mauling the lHAre Bottlers 32 to 8 behind the five-| hit pitching of Harold Ward. The Chevrolet boys scored In coming in the sixth when they batted around twice scoring 15 runs Bill Hawkins started on the hill for the Bottlers but was spiked on * play at home and was later forced to retire from the mound with just about every member of the Bottlers taking turns at hurling after that. Two league contests are on •chedule for tomorrow night with Phillips Motor meeting the Razorback nine In the first game and Blythevllie Motor Company play- Ing the Jaycees In the nightcap. Better Eating Given by Science - Only games. AMERICAN LEAGUE Boston 8. Philadelphia 1. Washington 4, New York 1. Only games. Today's Games SOUTHERN LEAGUE Oper. date. NATIONAL LEAGUE New York at Cincinnati. Boston at Pittsburgh, night, Philadelphia at Chicago. Brooklyn at St. Louis, night . AMERICAN LEAGUE Detroit at New York. St. Louis al Boston, night. Chicago at Philadelphia, night. Cleveland al Washington, night. [Cotton Pickers All But 2 Top Golfers Eligible For U.S. Open By Steven Sniilrr United Press Sports Writer NEW YORK. June •>.— (UP)— All but two of the nation's name golfers who wanted a crack at the U. S. Open championship were eligible today for the top tournament on lhe -American schedule coming up at Los Angeles June 10-12. While more than 1.000 pros and amateurs battled over qualifying courses in 26 cilics. Jimmy Thonl- son of Los Angeles and Bob Hamilton nf Landover, Md.. the 1944, Professional Golfers Association champion, failed to.quality. Tliomason missed out by one stroke in the San Francisco section. Hamilton withdrew from the Fort Worth, Tex., field. Otherwise the trials were strictly I routine as the record entry list I shot two qualifying on the basis of 1947 achievement and 28 others qualilied'in earlier tests at Los Ange!e and Honolulu. A total of m will tee off in the championship proper at Los Angeles. , The total entry of 1,418 bettered the previous record of 1,402 set in ! 1937. Upsetfer Cyrille Delannoil, above. ui\. heralded Belgian, scrambled Ihe middleweight situation liflinc the European championship from Marcel Ccrdan by takinr a highly debatable 15. round referee's decision in Brussels. (lose Gets $42,800 In Prize Money for Winning Speedway INDIANAPOLIS. June 2— ( —Miiuii Hose uockclc nmrial Day race and said he would lie back next year lo i,.y | or |,| 5 third conscciulve win. He cut from Ille snivri'.vni Rookies Play Part in Majors UP Poll Shows On. Out of Every Fiv« Play«n It frttnman B.v Curl l.undqul.l I'nltrd Prew Sparfi Writer NKW YORK. Jim, j. njr,,^ About one out of every five major league ball players (his ,„,«,„ rookie, m club by club roll coll Uert today, Imllcnlliie || m t kfds are Koine lo have • bigger stake In Ihe pennant races thin' n anv lime since the war. Tlin-e are plenty of candidates for "rookie of 11,, ynt -< \, mors allhoiiRl, some or th« Spring morn Ins glories are sure In fade as Ihe season wears on flm) ,,,, ,,,,„.,.„„ players around the lr« Rl ies RH • rqiMlnltil with u,rlr weakness,-., But mill) |)ul happens the ''you- user generation" 1, havlnj u, fling «nd ,3 O f llow (h , kld! . S|e holding down (heir share of honors In the various rVparlmenls of the (fame. j The National League lumw run ' lender Is rookln Hank Sailer of ] lhe lii-ds with 1.1 and lie Is also J second In runs batted In with 32. eight, while second baseman Hunk Scheiu of the Cubs set.s the pace In two base hits with 10. Short- Mop Virgil Stallciip of (he Reds I and outfielder Johnny Blnlnlk „/ ' the Plills are next In doubles wilh nlno each. Young Herman Wch- nwler of the reds with * ;l-o ,,. Rookie, l.mrf Amrrlnn Tu In lhe American league the roo- ( kit lenders are Gil Coan of Wnsli- PACK SEVErf No Housing Shortage . _: I | Ths Blytheville Cotton Pickers' Fisheries In West to Study Salmon Habits CLEVELAND (UP) — John L. Hennessy, board .chairman of the Henne,«y reported on food experiments he had seen at Massa- chusetls institute of Technology, the Army Quartermaster depot" at Chicago and other research labor- NOW! mann American Legion Junior" nine under the lights of Walker Park in their second home appearance of Boasting a record of five wins against no losses, the pickers are at present the only Junior Legion team in this area claiming a perfect record. The Pickers defeated Osceola 2 to 1 Sunday lor their fifth win of the scason- This will be the Pickers- second meeting with the Trnmann nine. They defeated the Poinsett Countv Legionnaires 6 to 1 in their first meeting three weeks ago. his fifth victory of the season Mcr- ritt limited Trnmann to three hits in the two teams' first meeting. "Ffshfni Cat" The fishing cat of India U one of the little known animals of the world. This feline crouches nightly near the edges of rivers and scoops fish out of the water with its paw.s. Seals and whales of the Arctic regions have normal temperlures as high as 104 degrees , deep sea fish along'the West Coast. The denizens of the seas won't have any more privacy than gold fish in a bowl. The fisheries departments nf California. Oregon and Washing-, ton have formed a tri-slnte com- ion to study the habits of fish of the study will concern on. especially silvers and Part chin< C. L. Anderson, assistant director of Washington slate fisheries, said that the five species of salmon which make up the $3B.- . 000,000-a-ycar. industry, only sil- , Suggs and Kirby Meet In British Golf Tourney ST. ANNE'S-Oll-The-Rca. Kag June 2. i UPl America's two top- ranking women polfcrs. Louise fitiy^s and Dorothy Kirby, clashed loriay In the quarterfinals of the British Ametller Golf Tom nament, renewing an old rivalry that last flared up in the finals of the U.S. Nat- ionnal Championships. Then U was Mis.s Suai;s who strode to victory, and today she was favored again as the fit;ht for Babe Didrikson Zaharias' throne reached the crucinl .slasie. Dorothy KieJty of Los Angeles, the only other American surviving in the tourney faced Mrs. Adrian McGee in 'another quarter final today. cessory prlv.cs posted by various nrnvi I ;,,,i ,-,,„,. |i e , ecc | ml „ lo(B , of SJl.-l.iil for winning t), e Speed-, way race. • Hill Holland w,,s given SIS 100 ! for roiirini- in second, maklnc . total of SSI.CKJ,, fol . ,,, c |AVO mcjj driving Ixm Moore's two Blue Crown Sji.iik plug specials In Hie grueling contest. I Moon- said ],c had signed both Rose and Holland , 0 ( , nv| , , us \ in the 1!MO race. Dose would l;e go- I ui» after Ills third straight win l a foat never accomplished before.' Doctors Report Louis In Fine Physical Form POMP'l'ON I.AKKS. V. J.. June! ^—(UP!—They separated the facll from the fldion today and came to ! lhe conclusion that Joe 1,0111.5 i, ] n I great shape f,ir his heavyweight title bnul wilh Jersey Joe Walcott m greater shape. In fuel. IJ,,T,, a( IBIIV time since before the second j Billy Conn light. i The "they" u-ns Dr. Vincent ;Nar<iicllo. chief physician of lhe New York nosing Commission who . rxnmincd l.ouis thoroiiglily nc i R | ve.stcrtlay nfccr a raft of rcixirls | that Hie champion was not In good I with the June ;i:i match. Plait of St, Louis in Hire, base lillx wilh eight apiece, and Vic rtaschl of the Yankees among ihe Rookies nccompllshed nil |] u . nm-maklii(t «t Brooklyn as ihe Cllanlj «nd Dodgers fought to > 4-4 H-liiilfng tie hi n game called lo let bnlh tcnin.1 CHU:h trains for Western trips Whltey I.ockiuan hit two homers, one with two on base for New- York whlln oil Hodges gol , three-run homer and drove In lhe fourlh run' wilh > long fly for Brooklyn. At Philadelphia, ElIU Klnder's seven-lilt pitching save u,e ned Sox jin a (o l triumph that knocked Die A's out nf first place. Eddie Joost. who had gone 41 gamen wilh- out an error lo set > new American League record nt shortstop, , Famed Grid Enthusiast Dies After Year's Illness SIIKI ; BYV1LI,E. Tenn, June 2.- 'tl|>i- 7 »aln siewari. CO. one of II,, iiallon s best known football [«ns «"« "I the soinh's best known "llcr-dlnm-r jpeiikers. arid <>„, of leniK-ssee's bf.sl known ))0 |ltical workers died ln.n n\t\\i jiier » yc*i s illne.v. Mineral services for the state jimonnel director will be held In III* Stewart residence tomorrow fternoon »t two o'clock. Stewurt h»j been 4 | a | c personnel itheclor since IBM. having been ap- IMlnlKi i, y i,l» fellow lownsmeii, dnv. Prentice Cooper, und contlii- Mrt In office by c-.ov, Jim MuCord. Me Had nol been nctlve. however, .ijnce March. He manaxeil Lewis' I'ope's siicci'sslul race for governor I" I9LH and I wo yearn later success, fully inniuiged Nulhuu Bncluimii'» camtwiun^fur the U. S. Senate. In <hc foiir-ruti third. Walt Masler.son. pllchiug super- Inlh'f five-hit ball, led the W»sh- hmloil Senators to « 4 to 1 victory over the New York Ymikecu hi « night fame. YMlerday'a .-iUr—Whlley Luck- lie with the Dodgers. RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. y & Thursday "FRENCH LEAVE" wilh Jackie. CUOOM and J»<:kl« Cooran , Ntw» md S JI He told of cakes baked in sealed j I \ tins to retain their freshness. 01 J | lures and light rays in 36 hours in- i j stead of the usual three weeks and , I1 o! jams and jellies with flavor j l esters removed before cooking and j I i Liter restored to produce a better i I1 taste. I i ] Hennessy described a process | -^4 Crtl Ik.i*T* A lki<*- ! I w hcreby fmil.5 and vegetables are i Ql rUufV I AllSj i | Bombarded with 4,COa,C«0-vr,lt cyclo- J L Irons alter canning to kill bac- j , I Icria and preserve their flavor and • •--• color for yr Everywhere I Heretofore, the home life of the salmon in deep water 'has been kept pretty well secret. Where Prom There? "We know about salmon when they hit fresh-water streams What happens then Is obvious." Anderson said. "We want to know where they go as they streak through the salt seas. That's got us baffled." Anderson, said silvers and chinooks are caught from California to Alaska, both commercially and by sportsmen> "But merely CB telling the fish" ocsn't tell us anything. They may those areas That's what we want to know. Where they are hendcd while at sea." Anderson said the commission will start by tagging silvers and chinooks caught by trailers. "We'll send men out on boats." Anderson said. "They will remove a certain number of hooked fish carefully so as not to injure them. The tish will bp tacReri Ihroueh the dorsal fin. then measured and Ex-Ambassador's Loses Alimony Request MIAMI, Fla., June 2. U.TP» Mrs. Annie H.thr Pav.-ley today was denied alimony from William n. Pawley, former U. S. Ambassador lo CHANGE OF BUS SCHEDULE Effective June 2 busses for Jonosboro, Newport. MHIc Rock and mediate points leave niylheville: 7:00 A. M. * n : i5 A. AT. 3:0 n P. M. 5:05 P. M. Thc-sejbusses arrive in Jonesboro 8:0-3 A. M. 2:05 P. M. 5:lo P, M. 7:25 P. M. Husses leave .lonesborn for Newport anrl Kittle Rock: 6:15 A. M. ]0:15 A. M. 2:If, P. M. 4:0(1 P. M. 7:30 P. M. HATHIS BUS LINES, INC. For But Information Coll 4441, • Dixie Greyhound Station released." Like » Toll A comparatively smalt number- several thousand of tnjiactl fish should do the trick. Anderson said. "Gallup takes only a few sample polls and usually can predict, ihe oc\',come of cl-clions. it should work with fish." he said. ' We should be able to tell by (his method where (hey go." When tagpr-ri fish arc caught, (he fisherman will look at Ihe discs and relay the information lo the departments, slating where thev were caught. "Thus, we will be able lo snlvc (he mystery," he sairi. Thrrr nrp been calighl. ".And ur'll knou about them too before long." BASE Theater Daily Show 7 p. m. blamed her for causing Pawley to Rive up his State Department post. Hum also rcconl/.cd an[l declared ! final Parley's divorce decree ob' Inincd in Havana. Cuba, on May j 6. 10-13. The Wi-jiinbassiulnr Inter 1 married Kilna Cadenhcact. i In an 11-page opinion, the Judge' f>r:ii-pfl p/iu-lcy for his coiid-lbul-f r Ion lo the "victorious conclusion 1 of win-Id war two" and branded Mrs. I'awley "a vindictive wife." The opinion said Mrs. Pnwloy conducted a campaign "with the purpose of ruining him (Pawley" i which was "so .TUCCC.«[II! that he was forced to rc, s | K n as ambassn- • rlor to Brazil." Mrs. Pawley had refused lo re- '• copiiK? the Cuban divorce decree ' and ask alimony without consld- i crinp it. New Theatre Manila's finest Shew! KVKRI NIGHT B»i Open. We.lt ritn 7:N fj* Matinee S.Urd.j * Simby call f Get It "' \torn. Wednesday & Thundty "MY GIRL T ISA." with I.ill Palmer ' Sam Wananukef With Select^ Shori* Friday ' 'IN OLD CALIFORNIA" with Inhn W>jiu Selected Short 8ab)M«i BLYTHEVILLES ONLY ALL WHITE A /f-f -\ // \ Week-end & Great Pleasure — Admission 10c-30c Matinee Saturday and Sunday Wednesday £ Thursday The Corpse Came C.O.D. Grorsr Ilioiit ;inrl ,lo:in niniiricll and Third Cbivplrr nf Serial and \r\is -Friday & Salurday (DOrBI.F. FEATURE) . "TERROR TRAIL" C'harlrs Slarrcll "Smifrii-" fturiietlc - Alstl "Hat Box Mystery" with Tom Nr-.il, V.imrla Bl.ik Aller Jenkins Plus Technicolor Cartoon UJPINO H|[ID DEljflllAHD GlNSIREET is yours when your plans . . . NANCY CIMMAN- ARTHUR XENNECf OAM[ MAY WHIIIV • VIC10R FRANCEK C«ff;tfO Sl "RETURN OF RUSTY T«l Donaldson * John LK«I Also Short Thursday & Friday UXH1BI.K FEATUHE) Shuw Start* Weekdiiji 7 :•»>.«. Saturday 1:M p.m.: Sunday t >M Tonight DOUBLE FKATtTM

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