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PACK WOHT EIA'THEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 1948 Baseball Standings SOUTHEJt.S I.BAGUE W. L. Pet 31 15 30 -a 28 27 25 15 NATIONAL LEAGUE New York . St. Louis , . Pittsburgh . Boston Philadelphia Biooklyn . . Cincinnati . Chicago . .. I,. Pet. Rocky Graziano and Tony Zale In Third Middleweight Title Scrap in Newark, #. J. Tonight I ' Br J«k C«d«tT , United PTM* SporU Writer NEWARK, N. J., June ». iU.P.>—Veteran Tony Zalc, will try to recapture the world middleweight crown from Rocky Graziino at Ruppert Stadium tonight and thereby iquil Stanley K'tchel'* feat. In the 81-year history ol lhe middleweight division, only lh« late frrat Ketchel came buck to regain th« til!'. Ketchel was only M when he* —— turned the trick at the expense of Billy Papke in 1008. But Zalc is 34 as he again faces the 26-year- old Brooklyn slugger who stopped } him at Chicago last July, thereby ! avenging Zale's knockout victory at ! Nashville'. New York in September, 19W I Mobile . .. Although each registered a sixth- : Birmingham round triumph in their previous . Memphis . thrilling brawls. Graziano was lav- ' Atlanta X 31 ored at 11 to 5 to win tonight. And i Chattanooga »J 30 .444 the price was « (o S he would win 1 Litlle Roclc 30 11 3t». by a knockout. He was favored only . New Orleans 30 M .377 because of his youth. Graziano expected to weigh 157 pounds, Zale 1591*. Promoter Andy Nlererrclter expected a crowd of 22,000 to pay »350,000 to witness this clash between muscular, shaggy-haired Graziano and the "man of steel" from the steel city of Gary, Inri. Fight Shunned In Xow York The weather forecast is "fair and • mild." More fans and more money unquestionably could have been attracted had this promising "rubber Cleveland ' 23 12 match" been staged at either site Philadelphia 21 38 of their previous melees, But the , New York 27 18 fight became taboo In New York ; Washington 32 24 and Chicago and in several other j Boston 30 Ja citiea because of Rocky's conduct. \ Detroit 21 24 The "dead-end" guy is barred InjSt. Louis 18 24 New York state and unwelcome In . several others. j Their previous encounters were ' elaA,tlcs In savagery. When Rocky first tried to win the 160-pound diadem from Zale and New York's Yankee Stadium. Zale floored the challenger in the first round; Rocky floored Zale In the seronri, and then gave the champion a brutal beating until lhe sixth, when Zalft amazingly knocked him out with a right jolt, to the solar plexus. Grailano Wln« Last Match In the sweltering indoor heat of Chicago Stadium last July. Zale massacred tht ' challenger In the first three rounds—closing his l"'t «y« and nearly blinding his r! 11 eye with blood, anrl driving him to one knee In the third. Rocky, apparently on the verge of « knockout, rallied magnificently, and came on to score a technical knockout over Tony In the sixth. Zale claimed he succumbed to the Kftdlum's terrific heat instead of to Rockv's blows But the betting men who now favor Graziano believe that age caught up with the Polish pounder at Chicago, and that it will catch up igftin tonight. Boudreau's Circuit Clout Wins For Indians 2-0; Cords Win 7-5 By Oar] I.undqulst Ullltr^ I'rwss Sporti Writer NEW YORK,,June 9.— IUPI -Being the best shortstop in the American league Isn't enough for Lou mortals of the diamond—a cinch for baseball's "hall of fame." V»nk$ Down The Yankee* moved into a second Sullivan-Nelson Scores an Upset Ark-Mo Kilowatters Defeated for First Time This Season They may not rental their feat of last year when they copped Ilic City Softball League ponnant but ily against" him, the playing pilot of , today tin? Sullivan- Nelson Chcv- tjie pace-setting Cleveland Indians " Newhouser won rolc-l soflbnllers arc the talk of the still had a belter chance of ac- stral « ht same and his sixlh of the loop lor they snapped the Ark-Mo rompllshlng his aim today than any ycar wnen he severed seven hits Kllowallers victory string at four other man In baseball history '" a 2 to 1 Detroit victory at Plill- pamc-s last night. And they diil it I First of all his Indians now en- atlel P nlil I 1 was the fourth straight, by pushing across five runs in the joy a 3'.; game first, place lead over de ' eal ' (or the As, their longest frame to win by a narrow Hie Yankees and Athletics, who Io5ln lf streak of ln» year. place tie at New York when Bobby Anderson 5,000 Votes Ahead in Senatorial Race SANTA PE, N.M., June 8. (UP) — rormei Secretary or Agriculture Clinton P. Anderson ran almost 5,COO votes ahead of former Gov. John ,_ „. .„„ J. Dempsey today for the Dtrno- ] announced" today the bodics"of"aH linal frame to win by a narrow .712 16-5 margli) .517 j The Chevrolet nine grabbed th r .MB i flag* year with a last-of-tlie .Mil j seh.ion spitnge after only a itudi-. '"'core beginning, and If Ijusl nielli's' performance means anything, then j W. 24 . 24 . 23 . 22 . 24 . 20 . 20 . 15 .585 .585 54S .537 .51: .476 444 .341 , ! are tied for second, and that is the The Senators came from behind widest margin a pace-setter has yet three times to defeat the Browns, enjoyed In either league this -sea- 6 to S at Washington, Gil coan on driving In the deciding run with H was attained last night as the a sixth Inning single, Rookie Vern Bickford, apparent- d never been pounded Uns Indians topped the Red Sox, 2 to 0 i in Hoston in which Roudreau's two-r answer to his quest for a fourth | run homer gave rookie left-hander : reliable starting pitcher, held the i Gene fiearcfcn his sixlh victory 1 Cubs to four Mis at Chicago as the j against one loss. Boudreau got two ! Braves breezed loan 11 to 1 vic- hlts In three times at bat,, boosting i tory. H was Chicago's seventh i his batting average to .368, second '. straight defeat. history is well on its way of repeal- I !? .* brilliant pitching battle at | ly manager Billy South'worth's ing itself. Led by shorl.stop Bill DeLoug, who sparkled !>oth at, bat anti afield. Sullivan-Nelson pounded Ark-Mo ace Stewart CHnley as lie UAH lintel uicu ij'jiiiiuuu ut:Avnc 1111-1 1,1 ,it- , j ,, i .season, rapping out. a total of ,, | "ehest In Ine league and cci'taln-: . . ' ' . . . l\' H'I/)|)>J vlr'lL.fiiCT Hicinn/.*, rrf 'I'ftl I Dodferv 4, Red* 5 safe blows, live of them in the AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. inning. Ueljoni; had a feel duy M b"t garnering three ;al- et-ies in a.s many trip.s iinu he handled ihe short-stop chores nlce- j ly, robbing the Kilpwalters of sine ng distance of Ted f The Dodgers cashed In on the * , Williams, the Boston boppcr, who : fine relief pitching of Willie Rams- leads the way at .384- dell for a 6 to 5 victory over the nondreau has led the league in Reds at Cincinnati, hittins before—he did It tn 1941 j Erv Dusak's two run single In with a .321 mark—and he has long the fifth gave the Cardinal: the All 28 Bodies Found in Navy Launch Sinking NORFOLK,'Va,, June ».— (UP) — Fifth Nival District Headquarters announced today the bodies of 28 marines and sailors lost In liberty launch disaster last week have been recovered from Hampton Roads. LI. Cmdr. S, J. Warnom said the 28th corpse was found early today. Search will continue, Warnom said, but only 28 were believed lost when the liberty launch foundered in choppy, rain-swept seas May 31. To dale, IT of the bodies have been identified. They were among The winner of the Democratic I 92 men thrown into the «•» while nomination will face Maj. Gen enroute to the carder CSS Kear- Palrick J. Hurley, former amhassa- isarge after a last night on shore. son, Miss Joan Gray, MiS6 A | Ie . Kay Young, Mis» Jean Glenn, Ulu Ruth Simmons, Miss Betty Nell Lehr, Miss Dorothy Rozell, Mlu Jean Owens, Miss Prances Rozellt and Miss Helen Hisiett. ' ciatic nomination for US. Senator from New Mexico. Anderson's lead wai growing a* the returns rolled in. The Anderson-Dempsey contest was seen by political observers a-s a test of President Truman's influence on Southwestern politic. When' Anderson resigned his cabinet post to make the primary campaign, Mr. Truman endorsed him as a candidate. New Theatre Manila's finest 8how« tVKRV S'lGHT Optni Week Dan 1:M tM Matinee SaUrday * Sand*; Sit-Sun. 1 p.m. coat Showing Wednesday & Thursday "THE FLAME" with John Carroll, Vev» RaIsU» | Selected Short Subject dor to China and former secretary or war who was unopposed in the Republican primary. Revelry on Fishing Boat Stumps Law Enforcers MONTEREY, cal. (UP)—Members of the destroyer U.S.S. Thomason anchored In Monterey harbor „... -.«,.„..„ ^ „„„ ncara sounds of a joyous party judges for the show, acoard the nearby purse seiner | Petrina F. Then they noticed the fishing vessel was adrift. A boarding party was sent out The Kearsarge sailed for the Mediterranean the day tfter the disaster. MISS OSCEOLA (Continued from Px(e 1.) BID Ingram, ot West Memphis were Pel. .700 .600 .603 .41il after the lirst inning fatal .seventh when Gurley blew a [ ycn ,. tle hns ni5 ^^ chancc an(1 5-1 lead anil was tagaed will) his I it |, c should come through, he would been acknowledged as the lop margin for a 1 to 5 victory over f om th * Nav y shl P to remove the - - .. - [revelers from the Petrina F. But ,,i, I they overlooked the seiners' engineer, doing his celebrating below. Soon the Petrina F. got under way and began an erratic course extra base^ blows on two occasions. S i, or i 5 top In the But because tl.e Phils at St. Louis as Harry n-i tVi : , r ' """ d '' u I his Indians never came up to c.x- i iThe Cat) Breecheen scored his lilt Kilo»h..ers led all the way , ,,,,(.,„,,„„_ he , lcver was )„ iine (or s(x th decision. Four Innings of hit- "manacer of the year" laurels. This less relief pitching by Ted Wilks •«J ! worst inning of the season. They e 'o"rto™ as" one"of tmVaii- •**>' took over in the second alter spot- ed it for him. New York at Pittsburgh in the Im- national was rained out. 12 30 .285 Yesterday's Results .SOUTHERN LEAGUE New Orleans 12. Chattanooga 0 Atlanta 9. Memphis 5 Birmingham at Little Rock, rain Nashville 12, Mobile 2 NATIONAL LEAGUE Boston 11, Chicago'1 St. Louis 7. Philadelphia 5 Brooklyn 6. Cincinnati s New York at Pittsburgh, rain AMERICAN LEAGUE Cleveland 2, Boston o New York 3. Chicago 2 Detroit 2. Philadelphia 1 Washington «, St. Louis S Today's Games SOUTHERN LEAGUE Atlanta at Memphis. Kew Orleans at Chattanooga. Birmingham at Little Rock. Mobile ai Nashville. ting Sullivan-Nelson one run in cne 1 first inimc, sron.'iK Uvo runs (in t\vo KJpvty OrlpnilC Hlirlpr Bflr^tv Ml«C#>C hits. !i wnik and :i Chevrolet, enur. I^CW VSriean^ nUriUT Dareiy ITllSSeS They added two more in the fourth and one in the sixth while holding Sullivan-Nelson scoreless during live straight innings. Sullivan-N'eLson slarled the last inning uprising on a walk ijivvii to Pelc Burnlmm. Consecutive tiuyles , - — - „ ,— —--- 0 -- — ,.-.„ ~.. nB ., „ . UJ .^« | by Harold Ward. Sonny Ledbcuer, i ahead of the Southern Association until the fifth, bore the loss as the ' [". lol l e and Ed Bunch, produced the lying (today nftcr beating Mobile again chicks sank to the bottom of the! " mber ' en °" nn-.s and Dick Day drove in the ' !«st night. But. the talk of the first division. '*' winning tally with a single :-J left league centered on the cellar where Atlanta will play again in Mem- ficld which took a bad hop and I N <w Orleans turned up a pitcher p hj 5 tonight. Birmingham remains scurried between the lelt Udders named Lee Howard. at LitUe Roek New Or i eans Ho-Hitter Downing Lookouts 12-0 By Gene Palterjon iKatz on the mound for the nine In- llnllcd Press Sports Writer nings and three Atlanta runs in the ATLANTA, Ga., June 9.—(UP)— eighth sewed up the 9-5 victory. Nashville galloped seven games Southpaw Bill Briggs, who lasted Dance At Community House The winning beauty was sponsored by Osceola Products Company, Miss Langston by Ben T\ Butler Company. Miss Richardson by John Ford, Miss Pop* by Hart's en- Auto Parts, Miss Martha Lucas, by Osceola Insurance Co. Following tht coronation ceremony the queen reigned over the Coronation Dance at the Com 111 — —"" j ~-~"^ vio-iu s ^ a munity House, with music by Elmo line aboard to keep the seiner off Donre and his orchestra. the beach and then sent the bottle-1 Tim Bowles was masteh of cere- happy engineer ashore. monies for the event. Police couldn't do a thing. The | All queen candidates paraded vehicle code doesn't say a thing ] across a stage banked with shrubs about drunken driving In a purse and flowers to music by the orches- semer. , tra [ Other candidates were Miss Sally Costly Fir« 'Travis, Miss Dorothy Moore, Miss around the harbor. .The Coast I Guard's 83-foot rescue'craft got a Friday "Adventurs of Silverado" Selected Short Subject* Forest and wood fires destroyed t30.OCO.COO worth of ;h to build more than 215,000 five-room houses, in 1946. leg.!. The KilowtuU'is came to ba', in Howard barely missed becoming Cbaitanooga. and Mobile at Nash- famous via ihe no-hit path. He ville. their half ol the seventh, bent on j gave up one safe blngle as he liter- i gelling lhe nms back, but Harvey j ally baffled Chattanooga batlejs DorrLs. Sullivan-Nelson hurler. | who have been notorious lately for forced tlie first two men to face ; shoving pitchers around, him in that inning i o ground out I Meanwhile the doormat Pelicans and the third to pop out to end the , climbed all over three Lookout ame. hurlers for n blows and a 12-0 Dorris went all the way for Sul- | walkaway. Pel catcher St. Claire llvan»Nclsrm giving up nine hits, , sent Bill Toenes packing for thf \valking only one and striking out'showers in the seventh with two. Gurky was touched for 11 : three-run homer. Sncad and Horbcrt Lead (J. 5. Open Warm-Ups LO6 ANGELES. June 9. (UP) — Long-ball hitters Sammy Snead and Chick Herbert held th« attention of bulging pre-tour,ney galleries today as Americans finest golfers took final practice rounds for the U.S. Open which starts tomorrow, Anead and Harbert showed no •oncern over the long, narrow, Bar- Mne*-line fairways yesterday as they boomed out their long desd- center wood shot.s. . Approximately 2500 tain fallowed NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn at Pittsburgh. Philadelphia at Cincinnati, highu Boston at St. Louis, night. New York at Chicago |2). AMERICAN LEAGUE St. Louia at Washington, night. Detroit at Philadelphia, nighl. Chicago at New York. Cleveland at Boston. MAJOR LEAGUE LEADERS By United Pres* Leading batsmen: Amerlcan League Player and Club AB R H IS ! or Gen. Meyers Faces Suit by ^Ex-Secretary safe blc,'.vs. he walked fou • anti struck out. live. First Loss fur Ark-Mo The loss was '.lie first for the Kil- owatters this season and it. whittled tneir league lead down Io ^nly And New urieans oaiters kept' NEW YORK. June 9. (UP) — lacing Toencs' successors Jack Me-! The former secretary of Maj. Gen. Klnney. Ramon Garcia, and in the'Bennett E. Meyers sued him for three-run ninth Joe Murray. I S250.000 today charging that he The Lookouts waved their bats ; defamed her character by telling feebly as Howard built his brilliant ,a Senate War Investigating Corn- half-game. It was Sullivsn-Nel- ! plichins teat. And for the first mittee that she was his "girl friend. son's lourth win of the season against two defeats. In last night's second game the Razorback Drive-In nine r.jr.s up game, their second win o: the .sei^on with I .1 19 to 11 victory over thb cellar- | pj rq dwelling Coca Cola BottJers. The game was a combination .sluufes; lime anybody can remember this; Mrs . Mildred R. of RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Ann Boney, Miss Marcia Cole, Miss Joan Boughn, Miss Beverly John- Monday & Tuesday Lamarre, It in Fed .mey iJidjeu an errorless j District Court against the former Chicks Lose 9-5 , procurement. Meyers now is ser- Firsl division trams, evcepf Nash- ving a jail sentence of from 20 ville. continued to show miserably, months to five years for perjury . i j , i Birmingham moved up to third : during the Senate war fraud hear-I ana comedy ol errors and la ?t ed lor , place over Mcmphis without even j ^ ng me benile * ar Iraud hear playing. Memphis lost to Atlanta, BWTHEVILLES ONLY ALL WHITE THEATRE Show SUrts Weekdays 7:00 p.m. Saturday 1:00 p.m.: Snnda? 2 p.m. Tonight (DOUBLE FEATURE) Warner News and Short Ihe near record nme of iwo hours. their favorites around yesterday , Williams, Boston 1S4 43 with Johnny Bulla, Ellsworth Vines, Boudreau, Cl'land 152 28 Lloyd Mingrum and Vio Ghezli ' Brown, New York ISO 33 »l«o carding Tls. j Mullin, Detroit 14-i 31 Skee Rtegel, national amateur : EariiU, St. I/nm 1*3 !8 champion, dropped four birdies on j National League the first nine, covering the full 18 } Player and club AB R Pet. S3 .,184 56 .368 Carroll GUsson started for ihe ' ^ and ' ihe"BaronrgaT,, e d"sin« ' Th . e suit ""^ «v«al "deJama- Razorbacfcs but was relieved in the [ th(, ir ,IH W ith Little Rrx-k »-a« i tory statements made by Meyers • —' -' -• — e R ^ m ^ nvhile testifying about his relations in fifth ' ^^^ ^rs- Lamarre's husband, Bler- i ioi. the 451.50-a-week dummy pros- Wednesday & Thursday "THE WESTERNER" with Gary Cooper Warner Newi and Short sixth by Billy Bob Elliot-. Elliott ; ra med out. Atlanta, incid was credited with the v«:ory his; dimbcd over Chattanooga first of the .season. Gerald Hancock j S p Q i i opened lor the Bottlers f.m lasted, Mobile chamn last vear in the lclent °' Meyers' Aviation Electric ' Corporation. M -34' (until the fourth when be was re- ', Southern, lost to the 'league's top, « .3M i lle ved by Kellow. Bill Hawkna, who pitcher on the league's top learn. in 99, lowest score of the tiiy. Seeded Players Move Up In Memphis Tennis P/ay MEMPHIS. Tenn . June 9. (UP) — The goinf was due to get rougher today a* the favorites moved into th« third round of Ihe annual Southern Tennu Tournament here. The four top-seeded players ad- Taixed yesterday with easy victories. Top-ranking Jack Tuero o'. New Orleans beat Harry Wellford ot Memphis 6-1, 6-2, and secoud- Keded Gardner Lamed of Roll Holme«. Boston 127 | Musial. St. Louis 170 Ashburn. Phil'pha ISO Weitlake. P burgh 107 Guslint, P'burgh 177 43 Home Rum Saner. Reds—16 Keltner. Indians-rH Kiner, Pirate*—H Williams. Red SDI—u Musial. Cardinal*—12 H 11 48 3« 63 M 66 X 38 Pet. .37 S .371 361 364 ->p learn, j "I'll tell you how I came to set Ben Wade dumped the Bears on tip aviation electric for Bleriot 1 over the hill duties in the sixth and j seven hits to take his seventh win ' Lamarre." the suit quoted Meyers. was tabbed with the lo.v. i ajsinst one loss as the Vols iri-;'His wife and I had an affair over! umphed 12-2 to make it two a period of eight years. You know straight over Mobile. how it is. I make no apology for i Charley Workman added six more bleeping with the gal—you know rbl's to his loop-leading 63 by how those things are—she used to I Li nuTsin;; & sprained ar.l-i'.e. The R.^^orb.^^k5 collei:eri a to- _ tal o! 11 hr.s wi:h '.he Bottlers zeiun? only ei§ht. Two leazue Barnes are on oeck for Error in Listing Score For Girls' Softball Game tomorrow night with the Ha;.:. Groc- . whammir.g two round-trippers for be a pretty girl in those days, ers piayin? the Jaycee.s zl j o'clock Nashville. —-- - ; -- - 1 ' • each aboard, f and the Philhsv. Motors p;a\-n? Russ Oppliger. who was relieved Bjytneviile Motors in the nightcap, on the Mobile mound after Workman bomtrcd in the fourth, was Colleg «nd Chicago blanked Wen-! etas-Peerless Cleaners «of:ba!: ford's brother Lewii in straight sew. ] game played Monday night wa. er- ': 6 "°- s "°- ! roneously reported ir, ve^ertfavs Qeorge Pero, rated tbird in the' edition of the Courier News JL: 28'TO tourney, moved up with a 6-2. 6-4 > 7. The correct score was } ^ 7 lr . win o\er Jack Sunderland of Duke > favor of the Jewelen : University and Indianapolis. And i Tht Jewelen scored" n;n« ruru on fourth-seeded Buddy B-hreni. na- five hits and the Cleantr. twcd '• tsonal Junior champ from Fi. Lau- } never ruru on seven hit* Pe'rv - Leachville Independents ' Seek Semi-Pro Contests \ l~ne Lc-achville Independents, re- tentiy organized bastball team in Lef.cir.llle. is -' eair^s with ! other ir.dependcr.t cr 'en-.i-pro The score of the Fitipatrick Jew- 'teams in NortheaM Arkari'is and Southeast Mis.sou,-: 7 L XJcHancy. >et."t'.ary o' the b?.£^-bali crjb an- My wife knows I used to sleep with the gal. I told her the whole story. I was keeping this gal and | charged with the loss. His record , ! ^ ha .\. k ^?!"5,.'k a=rna " e ' T°°'" ^ nriM- re- ^r K 1 I ilCiC Atrf.teirieili5, IViTS, lj 11713 IF 6 n C5 6 ' 3 ' j said in her suit, were "malicious -,"cond anti lnt - ende(1 t° Injure my good Mobile In Second 50 ^v £ a "d muAer^ co^ge ' ".me. brln, me into pub,ic sc.nda. piace for ton::rht'.s re: urn engagement ol the POH Office in L-each- and disgrace and cause to be sus- with me murderous Vols in"Nash- P«t*«< 'hat I had been guilty ot • unfaithfulness to my husband." Atlanta p'ayed cagy baseball with its r.:ne hns to whip the Memphis Chicks, who collectect 16 olf the Cracker?' Bob Katz. One Memphis hit -.v?.-: ?. circuit clout by Grover B'jitrs w ; ;>i one ab-Dard in the fifth. But Manager Ki Kt Cuyler kept Read Courier News >Vant Ads. It's Not- Too Late for SAFE FUR AND WOOLEN STORAGE Nu-Wa Laundry Cleaners 220 North Second Street Phone 4474-4475 •Automatic Washer derdale, Fla., eliminated Potts of Memphis, 6-|. 6-1. Steve pitched for tht Cleaner* and M. for the Jp^eiers. BOOKKEEPER WANTED Permanent position for experienced young laciy »o take full charge of General Motors set o[ hooks «nd handle olher office routine. Only those with experience and proven record and thorough knowledge of bookkeeping need apply. Good salary, (rood working conditions. Apply in person or rail for interview. All applications will he treated ronfidentinllv. SMITH PONTIAC CO. 124 S. 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