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COURIER Long Clout With Bases Loaded Gives Number Nine 10-9 Win Over Chicks in Missco League A «fel|»'dom double In tt* ntniii Inning off th« bat of Ted K»her MgplM »h« aumnry run* for th« L»n«stor. Store nine of Number Nine ~i» BOM out HM BirUMTilte chick* 10 to I hi a Mississippi County Seml- »»o BurbaU Ln<u« (crap on the Niiwt 1 rtismond, yesterday aJternooti. Ftahtr'a double wmc under a* iwi«ct »etttog with the base* loaded in the Jut halt ot the ninth inline with two out and hie team trailing by a » to « count. Tlie lone hit ball wiled deep over the Victoria left fielder'* head for what linked Osceola lik« a home run, but he was credited with a double only, lor that va< all that the Nineri needed to push acroEt the two winning runs. The win took the Niners out of (he league's cellar scrap and hoisted them into undisputed fourth place, leaving th« Chicks and Dogwood to share the close quarters of the „„;,,,,, basement. It was the Nincrs' third Mobile . win of the season against five losses j Memphis BasebaR Standings Number Nin« Dogwood . ... Blytheville . l.KAGUE W. I, S 1 ; t i 4 I Pel, .857 .750 .571 .375 J « SOUTHERN LEAGUE W. Nashville ..39 and It was the Chicks' sixth loss in eight slarls. Little Lefty Lopei O'Kane. work- Birmingham Allanta . Chattanooga 34 30 . no 28 •2G 23 22 i.. Pet. 18 .684 23 .590 27 . r 'U 28 .517 .452 .441 •411 .379 ing in relief, was credited with the Litlle Rock victory. O'Kane entered (lie game ! New Orleans In the second frame aUer the i . .Chicks had sliowered starter Char- .VATIO.S'AI, LFAGIJC lw "Doc" Barger for their fivst six w (| Pct rum. Bob Mullen opened for the ' New Yoric 27 21 j r j Chick! but run Into trouble in the j Boston ". 27 •>] 503 jixth Inning and was replaced by j Pittsburgh 26 Jack Holmes. Holme* was tagged (St. Louis ' •Jth Ihe lo«, his second of the •eason. VlcUri* D«rraU Ha.Ts 7-t The Victoria Red Sox retained *heir position two and one-half (amei back'of Lutes In thlrd~place by nosing out Ihe Hays Store nine of Dogwood 1 to 6 at Victoria tn the league's only other conlest yesterday. L«« Weldon waj the big boy for t»ie R«d Sot, pitching seven-hit ball and then ilapplng a three-run houi- *r la the ihird Inning to lead the Victoria hllter«. Weldon went the dUtanc* lor th« Red 8ox ami wax «r«dlt«d with hit fourth win of the Heweomar Lynn nton. a left hander, openad on (he hill for Dogwood and luted until the fifth when h« wa» pulled for • pinch hitt»r. Ofn« Beard took over the mound ehorM at that point, just in HUM to *H tagged with the k>M. The Red So* collected a tout ot II hiU off tht two Dogwood hurlers whllt Weldon was giving up only i»veo binglw. Kubanks collected two »afe Mowa In four official times a* bat to lead Dogwood'i hitting. Lute* and C«ceola wer« idle yes- *«ro»r due to haring plajed a night ••me l»rt week. On thU week's •ch«duk tht Chkki return home KWay night to meet Dogwood un- d«r KM llghU of Walker Park. All othtr ttanu an slated for action Kinder with CveeoU playing »t Kwnber Nnw and Victoria at Lute«. Phlliuielphin Brooklyn . . Cincinnati . Chicago . .. . 19 2,1 25 25 28 30 .531 .510 .•IS I .388 Pull ing Teeth AMERICAN LEAK UK Cleveland . PhiJadcljy la New York .. Detroit . .. Washington Boston . St. Loulj .. Chicago . .. W. L. Pct. 24 22 19 13 M 21 X 28 *! 28 31 .608 .511 .510 .462 .458 .306 .295 Yetterday'* Results MISSCO LEAGUE Number Nine 10, Blytheville I Victoria 7. Dogwood 6. (Only Games). SOUTHERN LEAGUE Memphis 11-4, Birmingham 8-3 (tecond game called end fifth, dark- new). Little flock «-9, Allanta 1-3. New Orleans 8-1, Nashville 6-5. Mobile 9, Chattanooga a. Blythevile 'T Midget Teams P/oy 3 Games Th« Tl««ra defeated tot Leo- JwnU t-J, Tarbro walloped Prom»•« t*nd 1Z-T and Lutes Store trimmed the Travelers 12-tf in the opening gune, of the "Y" Midget Softball League Saturday. In th« Intial game at Division •treH diamond the Tigera had one ,bi« Jnntng In the third to chalk up aeren runs and 1« the ball game The leopards scored one In the «r»t and one IB tht third, getting onljr two hit, off Wayne Burn- ham'i pikhing. Burnham also »ieW«l tht big bat for the winners with two doublea In four tlrrws »t Bat. The Tigers rapped LeDon Gilbert (or eight hits. T-Mte*' store sluggers connected «or il binglea fn beating the Travel«•« .12-9, while the Travelers were getliot only 2 hiU for nine runs •hannon Langley hurled for the Trareleri «nd Daniel tossed for the winnen. Daniel also connected for *""• J*" 1 ** ln " many times ,t bat while Rosa rapped a triple and fcoror In three official limes at bat In tht third game played «t Walker park. Promised Land took an early lead on four markers In the opening Inning but saw Yarbro oome back for four in the third and lii In the fourlh to take * I*** ' hat w " never seriously threatened. Both teams had some b»d limts In tlie field then redeemed thcm- Mlvea with some fancy ridding Outstanding [ielding feat or the day wa» R. Ducloe' running catch off the bat of oracey in lh« ru lcl l frame. Next games In this league will b« played Saturday morning. NATIONAL LEAGUE Chicago 3, Brooklyn 1. Philadelphia 8-2. Cincinnati 7-3. Boston 8-10. Cincinnati 7-5 New York 8-v, St. Louis 7-3. AMERICAN LEAGUE 8t. Ijoiiis 7-1. Philadelphia 5-3. Detroit 3-9, Washington 3-2. New York 5, Cleveland 5. Chicago at Boston, rain. Today'i Games SOUTHERN LEAGUE Wight games: Memphis at Atlanta. Little Hock at Birmingham. Nashville »l Mobile. Chattanooga nt New Orleaiu. NATIONAL LEAGUE Ko games scheduled. AMERICAN LEAGUE Wo games scheduled, Jack Tuero Annexes Southern Tennis Title MEMPHIS, Tenn., June H. (UP) Tuero. Tiilane University person who called himself John ace from New Orleans, today held ! Esrlc died June 6 in the county the Southern tennis championship liospilal." Tlie grandmother's lel- Ihat he nprrowly missed winning in '"" '" ""' " Carey MlcUllecoff forsook a dcntnl carper to tour with the gol( professionals, but blasting out ol a trap i.s .mil like pulling teeth. Cotton Pickers Lose 7 7 to 7 to Memphis Team lite. Blydicvillc Junior Legion Cotton Pickc-rs dropped their second game of the scnson yesterday afternoon when they wfcie defeated 11 to 1 by the Wcona Food Store nine of Memphis. Tlie jjainc was plnyetl oti the 'rrcndwell Junior Hilih School diamond in McmuhLs. Moiilroe Holland started on th,: hill for the Pickers but was relieved in the fourth by Alvln Ulirlos. Tlu! game wns restricted, to only seven innings of play. The Pickers will play their next RBine SVfdne.sday night, mcetiiu the Forrest Cily Junior Legion nine under the lights of Walker Park. Loretta Young Se/ievves Man Who Died in Charity Ward May Be Her Father HOLLYWOOD, j, me [4 , UP) _ Actres.? Loretta Young, 19-ta academy iuvard winner, snid todny Hint " 5«-yoar-ol(| man who died in a hospital charity ward on June 6 may have bccu her lather. The father of Miss Young nnrt her i actress sisters. Sally Blane and Poli ly Arch Young, has been missing since he left their family 31 years 11RO. Miss Young snicl she was informed of the death of John V. Earle, ,''• J'cr 92-vL-ai-oId grandmother) Mrs. Laura Young, Ingiewood, Cal. Ic ten you that Detroit Tigers in FourtfrPlace After Twin Win Over Senators MONDAY, JUNE U, NBW YORK, June 14. (UP)—Now that dormant Dick Waketield has come to life and that famed"T N.T " formation o( Tiout, Ncwhouser, and Trucks is explosive again tliere ai<> The Tiueri were well anchored In fourth place today after sweeping a four-game series with Washington which they climaxed with a to 3 nnd 9 to 2 victories yesterday And tliouBh they are •jtill eight names behind the pace-setting Indians, it U well to remember that Tiser teams directed by Manager Steve O'Neill are traditional late carters. O'Neill usually gels his pitching primed to near perfection lor the stretch weeks of Die season. which could be a bad sign for virtually every oilier club. Yesterday. Detroit's "T-Men " Dizzy Trout and Virgil Trucks, pitched witli speed and finesse and Wakoflcld, who was on the bench for weak hitting and Indifferent play until last week, contributed M5me lusty batting. Trout's six- hiUcr in Uio opener was Ms seventh victory. by Eddie Upon who had two triples and a single. Trucks gave up sev^ en lni.s In the second game in which Wnkcflcid smashed a two run homer, driving in three rims with two hil.s. WaVrfielil lilts Well fn Die tow-game Washington sweep Wakelield boosted his avor- ifie 77 (joints to a respectable .297 with cinlit hits in 14 times at bat. The Tigerjp headed for home and a Jong stand with Eastern clubs wilh a plus, record of seven victories nnd five dcicats on a tough tip. During I he trip Hal Newhouscr, the ois "middle man' 'in the formation won three straight games and now has n winning streak, of six. AfterHlirt-c straight defeats to the , omwa. uniting i Indians, the Yankees celebrated | leading total to 19. 5 to 3. is Yogi »era and zuto each hit two-run wos Feller's sixth defeat against live wins and on a baslj of percentages now makes him th« stv- A »ix-nm liming nave the Brown* a 7 to S victory at Philadelphia, but yoiDig Carl Seheib silenced their bats In a 3 to 1 victory for the A'* in the second game. Brave* Wla Two Th« Braves, showing tlie bounce expected of a pennant , contender, retaliated agaliut the Red* »t Cincinnati by winning t to 7 and 10 to 5 decisions after losing a pair on Saturday, The twin wins put Boston into a first pl&ce ti« wilh the Giants. nalph Kir.er's 16th and 17th homers sparked the Pirates to a t to 2 victory over the Phillias after the Phils won the opening slugfest » to 7. Elmer Riddle won his seventh game for Pittsburgh while relief pitcher Walt Dubiel wa* tht Phtlly victor. Johnny Schmitz lopped the Dodgers lor the third straight time this T Frt ,,, rir . ,. , ^ v "- iu ' * 11 ^ ii"iQ auniguL tune inis PMI i^ Ut •''"I'l' 01 ' 1 lctl * c;ui - 3 I" L <" Chicaeo, giving up ,' Kflfilc* T.nrvn u'k^n li.i,i ,.,.,. «..;.^i n ^ ,.. ».... ,.,, a , p o «*- Golf Team Lot»t to Miisourion* A team of toUtrs from the Bly- Ihevllle Country Club wan defeated * to J by • te«m from Kennett, Mp., jrwUrday afternoon In an InUr-c'.ub match played at the, Kennett Country club. Wendell aton, pro' of the Bly- thevllle club, accounted for all three Blythevllle point* defeating D Provow 3-0. It was tht only match won by Blytheville. Results of other matches follows.«,•,?"", °' Kennett . defeated Bill Afflict of Blytheville 3-0' D Cannon, Kennett. defeated Father Francis McDevitt, Blytheville, ' 3-0' L. Mile*, Kennett, defeated Rudy Verska, Blytheville, 3-0; and 13 Thompson, Kennett, won over Hubert Seymour, Blytheville 3-0 8 Karstew, Kennett, defeated Chtt Councllle, Blytheville, 3-0- C Jennings, Kennett, defeated Frank Wagrwr, BlytWeville, 3 -0; B. South- em, Kennett, defeated James Klt- SX'W"™" 1 *- 3 -°: '"I D. MUcs, Sk"' 3 o HuBh Tate ' Bly i. Stevens, Kennett, flefeated Bob '' 1 *' 3 -° : and L G »»n Kennett golfers are sched- * retUr " ma '° h here , y Hodges. It was his sixth triumph. The Giants split at St. Louis, winning 8 to 7 to extend the latest Cardinal losing streak to five games, but the BeUbirds made three first inning runs stand up for a 1 to 3 victory in the second contest. The Giants made 16 hits In their victory, Willaid Marshall, Buddy Kerr, Sid Gordon and Bobby Thomson getting three each as Harry Becheen suffered hl s second defeat against six victories. f Chicago at Boston was rained out in the American, Yesterday's star — Bookie Hank Saner of the Reds who hit two homers In a losing c»use againtt the Braves, bringing his major league °»ly' four hrts,"one"a"homer"by Gil 1 Manila Score in llth to Defect Armorel Chicks Move Up in Southern Lpop With Double Victory Over Barons By Jack Harvey (United Prcsj Sjwrts Wrllcr) ATLANTA, Cia., June 14. (UP)— The Memphis Chicks moved up into third place In the Southern Association todny after a double win from Birmingham, n nd the slipping Barons, once In Ihe Ihick ol the pennant fight, eased back into fourth place. The double loss yeslcrdny was bitter medicine for the Barons who lire struggling desperately to regain the power that made them the hottest team in the loop for a t.'tne. In the opener, the Barons went Into the, ninth Inning with what, looped like a safe 8-4 margin. But they fell apart and let the Chicks score seven runs In the ninth to win 11-8. And In the second game' the Barons scorrte three times in the first only to see tlieir lead slip nway and Memphis get one final run In the fifth Just In time to take n 4-3 decision as darkness ended an ab- . Red Matins, Ernie Logan and Cl i lie Clock all hmoered In that fra • leach time with a mate aboard to score six runs. The game ended 7-6 with the Crackers ahead and Kave Ralph Brown his ninth win ol the season. ] In the nightcap, though, Len Pcrme shackled the Crackers on i six hits and the J'ebs plastered four Allanta hurlers for 11 safeties and | a 9-3 win. Seven runs jn the sixth • spelled the PebS'ictory and Atlanta's starting hurler, Carl LIndquist, i was the loser. '; Today Is switch day in the Soui therh. All teams begin new series ! as Memphis moves Into Atlanta, i Litlle Rock to Birmingham, Nash| ville to Mobile and Chattanooga to | New Orleans. The Manila Cardinals pushed across a run In the llth Inning to nose out the Armorel Tigers 4 to 3 In a game played on the Manila diamond yesterday afternoon McWhlrter pitched lor Manila , giving up only five hits and -itrlk- I Ing out eight Armorel batters. J. L. Johnson worked on the hill for the Tigers giving up five hits and striking out two. Ben Hogan's 276 Sets Hew Record In National Open LOS ANGELES, June 14. CUP) — Little Ben Hoyan Just kept trying until he finally won. H took six attempts, atartin? in 1939. But all th* effort wa* north it for the mighty mite from Texns who IcdRy started a well-earned rest after winning golfdom's most precious title—the National Open championship. No»- at the ripe old golfing age of 38, bantam Ben had begun to despair of ever winning the open crown. He had never been very close. His first time out he finished nearly last In the final field of 50 qualifiers. H e was firth In 1940, third in 1941. Tied for fourth in 1946 and tied for sixth in 1047. "But when the}- picked the Riviera Country club for the 1948 championship," says the. 137-pound links star, "I knew I had my best chance." The bronwd liltle man with the o-ooked smile wasn't leaving anything to chance when he was on the course, however. He tied for medalist honors with defending champion Lew Worsham on the oixmlng day. He slipped a bit the second round with a 12 to fnll oiif. stroke behind Slammin' Sammy Snead, the half-way mark leader. But with the chips down on Saturday, he pbsted IB-hole cards of C8 nnd 69 to slip into the lead early In the day and then hang on to hold off a determined last-ditch stand by his pal. Jimmy Demarct, i to win by two strokes. j His total for the four rounds was i 2Z(j—five strokes better than ever i recorded In the 48-year-htstory of the tournament. The former, mark of 281 was 5 et by Ralph Guldahl in 11937. liis home town a year ago. The darlt-linired netmnn wound up t week ol gruelling play yester- ilay to come from behind and win » live-set, match Irom National Intercollegiate TiUisl Oardncr Ijim- ed or Rollins College and Chicago, 5-7. 6-3. 3-6, 6-3, 6-2. Tuero was seeded number one in the Southern tourney on . [tig strength of his runnerup per(orm- ter to Miss Young said. Enrles body was claimed by Mrs. Laura Lund. Hermosa Beach, Cal., sister of his late wile. Miss Young was unable to attend the funrr.il beciuise of plctuie commitments but her sisters did attend. Miss Young said she was first informed 10 or 12 years ago. by her parish priest, that a man calling himself Jack Rule claimed to be >&"• ui mo i mind up jierinriii- UIJIIM:LL JIU:K r^ine clfllnled to DC ance at New Orleans Inst year, j her father. He had asked the prie.it Larned was second-seeded. lor help. Dave Barclay to Defend Title in NCAA Tourney brevlated tilt. Three Chick hurlers held Ihe Barons to six hits In the opener and John Pcrkovich got credit for the win. Rob Schultz allowed only four safeties as he \von the nightcap. The twin win gave Memphis the series, three games to une. Mobile, iti second place, picked up half a game on the league-leading Nashville Vols. The Bears won a single game from Chattanooga while the Vols were dividing a dotlWchcader with Nev Orleans. I Bears 9, Lookouts Z j A big fourth Inning In which i they scored six runs gave the Bears i a 9-2 win over the Lookouts. John i Riz/o homered for the defending I champs hi the second with nobody I on. At Now Orleans, the Pels carnc from behind nnd trimmed the Vols in the first game, g-fi, with n three- run eighth Inning providing the margin. The Vols milled five in the Ihird. but Hor.scliel Held homered i in the fifth with the bases empty ] nnd then Freddie Vaughn's three- i Two Games Scheduled \ln Women's Softball Play In the Blytheville Y's Women's Soltball League will be resumed tonight with two games on the docket. The Hart's Bakery nine will tangle with the league-leading Fltz- patrick Jewelers in Ihe first game at 8 o'clock with Peerless cleaners meeting Rice-Stix in the night cap. Tonight's games will mark the end of first half play In the loop, with the Jewelers the only undefeated team. Peerless cleaners wiln two wins against one loss arc holding down second place In the league standings. Women Golfers Meet MEMPHIS, Tenn., June 14. (UP) —The Tennessee Women's Golf 1 Tournament opened today with a field of 78 prepared to complete j their first round before nightfall, including Mrs. John Home, of Endurance Battle Looms For Wrestlers Tonight • Red Roberts ande Dale Wayne, two of wrestledom's toughest members, will team up against big Jack Moody and Jack Hader lonight in the tag mr.tch feature of the American Legion's weekly wrestling program at the Legion Arena. Roberts and Wayne made their debut as a tag team here last week when they fought their way to a win over Buck Lawson and Bill Stcd- dum in the main event. That was both Roberts' and Wayne's first appearance here tn several months. Tonight's bout will be strictly a battle of endurance, and the participants are notorious for their catch-as-catch-can operations. Tho Roberts-Wayne duo is the more ag- grrsslve ol the two teams but Hader and Moody will hold a weight advantage which could easily spell the difference between victory and defeat. Preceding the main event the four grapplers v.'Ill pair off for a couple of one-fall preliminary matches. Roberts 'will tackle Hader in tha first bout with Wayne meeting Moody in the- second. Mnryvllle, who registered a 221 yard hole-ln-one during a weekend tune-up game. EXTRA! I See E. H. FORD Before You DIE! Fin» Glenmor» wh i ik 1 * i are blended with ch oiceit grain n*otral spirils but fn&tead of being botH ed imme- dialely,, "Thomp- K* 1 -" Is put back info barrels Jo tnok« ft smoother, lastier. — =»==—— Blended Whiskey 86 proof. The straight whiskies in this product are 4 years or more old. 70% grain neutral spirits. '' LHtle Rock .Arkinsn U.S. Engineer, Ask Bids \ ^ St^ln^e^ntn^: In Levee Improvements will be on hand lor the NCAA Bolt cliiunpion.ihips in Palo Alto. Calif .Tune 28 to July 3, and NOAA sootaB- imin said today. Ted Faysnir. Golf Committee secretary, said 22 schools. Including defending champion louisiana State, had entered full five-man teams. Payseur said Dave Barclay, ' of Michigan, would be back to lie- '] lend his individual title against 140 i other shotmakers. r * lhu « ™ ^ "™J l T^^l £ charge of the Memphis District. Bidders may obtain detailed information concerning tlie projects fron onel Foote s:iid. ' Read Courier News Want Ads. cd things. The second game was different a pitching duel between Art Cuccurullo niiri Lloyd DIcu. Each allowed •• live hits, bill the Vols punched theirs lor lour runs in the sixth and a 5-1 victory. I'chs-Crackcrs Split At Atlanta, the Crackers proved in Ihe first game of a double bill with Littie Rock that the seventh frame is really lucky for the home JNOW! Hot FOUNTAINS! j! 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CUNNINGHAM FREE TRANSPORTATION To Air Base Swimming Pool Via Airways Bus Line Pool Open Daily -10 a.m. 15c & 25c $5,000 Liability Insurance Carried On Each Person LIFEGUARDS Bill Walker Miss Mary Gray Citation Heads West After Belmont Victory NEW YORK, June K (UP) — With racing's honor-Jeweled lrlul« crown sitting Jauntily on hi* head, Citation today pointed for the West where IILS next race probably will be the Dick Wells Stake rtArtlug. ton Downs in Chicago July 31 The cheers had hardly died 'down after Citation'* eight-length victory in th« Belmont Stakes Saturday when trainer Jimmy Jones began eyeing new worlds for this bar bullet to conquer "We'll shin Citation to Chicago Wednesday," Jones said. "Our main objectives are the Arlington classio July 31 and the American Derby Aug. 28, but his first warniun wii probably be In the Dick Wells" And when Citation doe* 'carry .hose Calumet (arm colors to thi post in the West. Eddie Arcaro will « be atop him once again, just a»M Eddie was during those victories in the Kentucky Derby, the Prcaltnes* and the Belmont, Jones said, Connie Mack Releases Veteran Nelson Potter PHILADELPHIA, uJne 14 (UP) —Nelson Potter, 36-year-old veteran relief pitcher, was fired by Connie Mack, manager of the Philadelphia Athletics yesterday. Potter, who needs only 40 days to become a 10-year man, was discharged after losing the first gamg of the Athletics' double header with the St. Louis Browns yesterday. RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark; BJonday & Tuesday BLYTHEVILLES ONLY Show Starts Weekdays 7:00 p.m. Saturday 1:00 p.m.: Sunday ^ p.a». Tonight noUBLt FEATURE "RENEGADES" with Larry Parks an [1 Ev e .> n K eyes 'HOODLUM SAINT' with William Powell and Esther Williams Also News & Cartoon Tuesday and Wednesday (DOUBLE FEATURE! "SING WHILE YOU DANCE" with Robert SUnton and Ellen Drew NEW ORLEANS" with Billie Holiday ' and Dorothy Tatrick Also Short New Theatre Manila's finest Shows EVER* NIGHT B«x Opens W«*k .D»j* 7:H pj» !H»tirn* SatvnU; * Sindm; SaU-Snn. 1 p.m. Cont Sbowtaf Tonight 'TO THE ENDS OF THE EARTH" with Dick Powell and Sign* Huso Selected Short

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