The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 19, 1948 · Page 8
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, June 19, 1948
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TAG* EIGHT Shoun Goes Route as Braves Top Reds 6-4; Cardinals Hand Giants Sixth Straight Loss 12-8 Bf C»rl I^indquM Un(i*4 rrww SIMH-U WHUr HBW YORK, June 19. (U.PJ-The 33-year-old Ditching »t m of Clyde Shmm figured vitally today in the pennant p]ai« of rha Boston Braves not b««U5* he )iitppened to via r. be." gnino, »u< becaus* lie pitched his •econd oofliulel* game In two seasons. «houn, > calculRtliiK lefty from Mountain City, Tenn , lopped thi, R*d*. S to < »t Boston last nlfihl. snd apparently it was » well-laid jilot because his last starting snd fini B bi,, R assignment also wan a victory orer ilie Reds Kith whom lie once pitched * no-hit, llo run game. Usually Shoun works only In re-» ' lief roles but because lie begged Manager Billy Southworth for a chance, he got It—against his old team mates. And even though he was. battered in (lie late Innings, he still stuck it out for his thud victory against no defeats and gave Sombwor;)! a chance to rest his .to-called aces. Should Shoun con Mr. Boston limie (o •*(» sixjl assiRnments, the Braves would have a "triple S" pitch line of-Shoun. Sain, and Spahti. although as yet Clyde rtoes- n't rate with Johnny and Warren. The Braves, winning their sixth game in their last seven slaris, remained a half same ahead of tile second place Pirates as they knocked out ciucmnali are EvieJI Blackwcll with a three run surge In Ihe sixth on three hits, two walks. a sacrifice and an error. Blachweli fanned eight batters before his had luninp. IMrale* Slml-Oiit i>liVils 1-0 The Pirates, with "Mr. Comeback," Eimer Riddle, winning his eighth victory and his third shutout, topped (he Phils. 2 to 0 at Philadelphia. The loser was rookie Robin Robert.";, up from Wilmington. Del., who pitched creditably In his major league debut, giving up five hiU. ; Washing The Cardinals handed the Giant* SI. Loim their sixth straight, defeat at New Chicago York, 12 to 8. in R fantastic sln K -1 pins bee in which Joe Garaslola I hit a three run homer and Stan i Musia), Ron Norlhey. and Marty j Marion contributed roule smashes, for the winners. The Giants, who ' put over live runs In the ninth in ' a vain effort to tic the score R ol 1 homers by Scotly Thomson and Will Marshall in that frame. The Cubs rallied late to overcome » 4 to 0 deficit, and defeat the Dodgers, 6 to 4 at Brooklyn. Gil Hodges hit R Dodger homer a.s Hank Borowy wns credited ivlth his second victory. A'» (Jpsd Indians The Athletics upset the fnciians, 5 to 4 at Cleveland and moved within n game of first place, cashing hi on 10 walks to gain the triumph on three htU. The white Sox also needed only three hit* to top the enators. 6 to J at Chicago although one of the blows was t three-run homer by Tony Lupien which enabled Je'e Haynee to score his fifth victory. Cliff Fannln of the Browns hcfd. the Tanlcees to three hits and would have had a shutout except lor a homer by Tommy Henrlch In a J to 1 decision at (, Louts. The Boston at Detroit game In the American was rained out. Yesterday's star—Tony Lupien of thc While Sox. whose" three run hom«r topped the senators, 5 to 2. Baseball Standings S(MITIir.RK I.EACU1K W. 1, Nashville 4j 3Q Mobile :)6 25 Memphis 32 28 Birmingham , 3) 30 Atlanta 30 35 Little Rwk If, 34 Chattanooga 37 y-j New Orleans 25 36 NATIONAL LKAftllE W. [,. Pet. 31 2-2 St. Louis New York Philadelphia. . Hiw.klyn Cincinnati Chicago AMKRICAN Cleveland . ...... Now York Detroit Baston . ..... M 27 26 W. . 31 . 33 . 39 . 28 2:"i . 24 . 21 . 16 #LYTHEVILI,E (ARK.) Yeiterday's Results SOUTHEHN r.EAGOE Nashville 13. Birmingham 12 Little Rock 7. Mobile 6 Memphis 6. New Orleans i Atlanta 13-*. Chattanooga 5-5 NATIONAL l.KAGUK St. Louis 12, New York 8 Chicago 6. Brooklyn 4 Boston 5. Cincinnati 4 PittsburKh, 2. Philadelphia 0 p«i ! .0:13 i '''he Keel Kox and Draves are eii- .6'.'0 j KaKed in a lively bidding spree for .558 | tlin criil.'iicl of Cieoi'Kc Doslon. s 1(] | Swift and with au accurate arm. .WD ! " 1R H'«loii University center fielder .411 • K R i n e<l a reilutution for his defen- 430 I s ' vo abJIily while balling .,'i7t), ffe 31-J i ! lla >' c(l irrorlc.'is ball Hie [last college .season. Boston has one more yea'r of collcBiiXle elit'ihility. but Terrier nllllrtic officials say he will foreRo this competition for a professional career ' I AMERICAN LKAOUE St. Louis 2, New York 1 > Chicago 5, Washington 2 Philadelphia 5, Cleveland 4 Boston at Detroit, rain Today's Garnet SOUTHERN LEAGUE (All night gamesi. Atlanta at Chattanooga, Mobile al Little Rock. New Orleans nl Memphis. Birmingham at Nashville. NATIONAL LEAGUE Chicago al Brooklyn. SI. Loui* at New York Pittsburgh at Philadelphia. Cincinnati at Boston might). Travelers Defeat Bears in Mobile Pcbs Win n-lnning Contest in Fast Climb From Cellar Berth l».v fleiie fane.,*,,,, II luted Press S|iortH Writer) ATLANTA. 0,1., June n, iup,_ Knothole fans n, Na.slmlle t(Kl ., v stilJ limilM for | lH . slx heal-,,,) bnscbulls thai. soilml ( , bo.ue run wall ,,u,| lt !(s lhi ; Vols sailed ,,«,iy one more victorv «"„,"" U '° ir 1Cns " e "-"I «™l tiUR show at Nashville" 13-l'.T'.So s'<-«»i<l-|.lacp Mobil,, went a full Memphis Bainmi j,, tll j R , ,,-,,,, • IIOIHIIII! NCW Oilcans i}-5, ;,,)< Atlanta and Chattanooga pum.,,,,. omul in Die .second division split- is; a double-header, j l-t-o Twardy became ilm second \ land Norman Brown of Atl'inti .' the 'jihcr IO-IMJIIC man . has'drop- ! I'rd Imir. Ho uuhij, Leo stayed the ' ' loops t«|i liiiilei'. : Chailey Gilbert »,„, Charley Workman kept up their battle for Hotiinmi Association t.oine run hoiun-s. They i, olll ], u ,,„. , 1|r> ( . jy _ uiil oiirc lust night, ;,inl Him made llirminjjliii nrs George Wilson bashed iwo lorn-tanners i,, ,,„• w.kl • biittimr bin^f nt fiiiipMur Dell The VIMS' Roy R.slcr-Aood hit ,mc anil Uall Dropo. the IUIKC Baron fi rit - saclvcr. broke bis slump win> a Brand slam homer in the eighth. • Tr.-u-.-lcrs U in in I ltd Inning I Mobile was stubborn about yiflcl- u>s 10 Little Rock. Tim '„•>,,,,. Slamming On the Brakes Hopefuls Woo Delegates Prizes, Music, Dancing l!y Dean H 1 . Ditlmrr llinti-il I'rcsx Staff Corresiiomleiu PHILADKLI'HIA, Jane. 10 IUP)-. CIO prr.siUeiilial hopefuls sot sci todsi.v to woo flcic w «i(>.s intJi door l>"'-'.s. miiMc mid danciiiK, j-cce|)- soiis, mid at least one fashion show lor the ladies. __ Women visitors '.o Gov. Thoniin E Delvey's headcjiiiincis will Ij^. -:vui shopping bass comniiiijiy •heivinj; ijum, nuu;!iis, silver nol- i-n, cisiii-ettc holders and any oth- ' i .irticte.s Hie women's conimit'.CL' lor Ucwey can .scrape tosethcr E:i,-li 200th visitor to Uewcy s , Dmcs in ^.^ MUJ Because Papa Promised modest side. A dozoii men are busily cngar, w | ,, ihcrcm sorting nciiiions invm- del i "' b - - esaies to vole for MacArthur."ria-y « , :ls ll . u ' y ' li! ' l ' [L ' '-- 3 w »'<'" the Kiioerncr's reached thc CHICAGO (UPi Leo Knoerzcr, mmmoiul, fnd., drove his family 10 ODIcago for :i dinner parly in th c cloud room restaurant at tlie mtm- it'pal airport, where they could the bis )>l;ijics lake off and SATURDAY. JUNE 19, ( ~ " rand. An examination showed, however hat It would b* some time tefori the kittens were born. Polt c r ad vlscu Tlioniiiso,, to call the Soctrty" for thc Prevention of Crueltv ta animals next time. RiTZ THEATRE Manila, Ark: Saturday "CROSSED TRAILS" willi Johnny Mack Brown Cartoon & llth Chjpler Adventures of Hex A: Kinty- Saturday Owl Show "SPEED TO SPARE" with Ulchard Arlen anil Jean Rogers Also Cartoon ur.ay «,, «»d the petitions would be so: tea ,"'"'" lll <-' Knoeracr's readied the "y states mid di.tiicis and <'iven all ' |lon tllp y '<»»"1 a long line wait- to the delegate.s. A s|x>ki'smau° s ^i-I " '? Rel " uo ll!c ucvv «stanrani. "'-w.,^^ .uu[ yi^eu lo the delegaie.s. A sixikesmau s u I he had more- than 1,000,000 signatures on petitions published in newspapers in nine states. There is no headqunriers to: darkhorse Speaker Joseph W. .Martin. Jr., of Massachusetts, jiprmr- Marlin la ''' iIKl " ° f tlle tonvl -'" tio 'i- r NCAA Probes Open Buying Of Athletes MINNEAPOLIS. June 19 lUPl —The National Collesiale ADiletic Association today planned mi in- vr.stication of reported "buyini; of athletes on the open market. 11 i The NCAA named a 33-man panel representing all pacts O f the country, to study violations of Its new "sanity code." The code, adopted Jan. 1 was designed to eliminate professionalism In collCKe athletics. Stiff penalties were provided for institutions and individuals violating It 5 provisions. liill Hart homered for Mobile and '• I-ee C.ltitrell hit for the circuit lor the pehhles • The Memphis Chicks looked [ike .sure losers polng Into the ninth two runs behind But they \vhini"rt nil three tallies in n hurry mid'won a li-:> decision. ly ai Dewe.vs iieadtiuartevs with sn ll-wccc orclie.s:ra doing Us stuff at niyat. The Uewny \vonien will stage a ia.shion show Tuesday. A live, taby elephant was flown .. "i Irom the Dailcy Brolhcrs cireuo Atlanta mauled chnltanoopa 13- '" c ' llll ""i ) >i^. O., last niBht by Sen. in the first mime wi: h " ,i,.i,,, . Robert A. Tuft s snpixiriers to grace then headtiuarters. They also had on hand un ohi-lashionctl 15-jMece oiaj.s band which will try to tootle Tali into thc nomination. Han'Id E. Stamen's boosters have Ilirce hc.ulquarleis. At one, you got FO«e Looms hng bag." j ror Heavyweight Title »iii be movjdeci tfai- Bout in New York City h :in ' NEW YORK, June t -j <ui>< — Gross receipts of «ell over si,000,- 10 <U!>._ .,the heavyweight title bout Lollls "»" "»' m-st K amc- wish John i Myers relieviiiK 13ob KM/, for Hie Crackers in thc (irst, inning u, he the winner. But in thc nightcap the Lookouts turned and pasted the Crark- i ers 5-4 with 10 lills and a ninth InuliiK run to split. Ihe twin bill i Vcrnon Curtis, fourth chiitta 000 for Jersey t today b; tor of tl "" — --.. ^i-nvul% 1_'IUCJ, W said thc advance gate aire/iriv i hit 5700,000. Armorel Tigers to Meet Corning Independents f>o Knoec/er, averse to having a family oiitiiiK spoiled, bouglit tickets TO the afternoun plane to Detroit for himself, his wife ami their Iwo children, Ni.nlne, 0, and 1'eter, rs. They had lunch uboc.rd lhe' plane and dinner aboard the evening plane conihig back. Knoci-zcr kejn his word. If his lamily couldn't cat In lhe cloud room, they c,ould eai in the clouds —even if the outing did cost 5111. Police Contend Stork Call No Cat-astrophe Two Georgians Battle For Amateur's Title Among Southern Golfers ATLANTA. Ga.. June 19. (UP>_ Oflne Dahlbcnrfer, Jr., of Atlanla and Oeorge Hamer of Columbus!, Ca., cangled today over 36 holes at the Capital City Club here for thc southern amateur golf title. Hamer was trying for R repeat of hit 1946 win In the Southern, which i h« narrowly missed last year when he lost out in the finals to Atlanta's i Tommy Barnes. I Dahlbender was shooting for his' nrst major tourney win. But the stocky Atlanta golfer k rated nearly unbeatable in the South when he ts in thc midst of a hot, streak, and he certainly burned up the course yesterday in clim- AMKRICAN LEAGUE New York at. St. Louis. Washington at Chicago. Boston at Detroit. Philadelphia at Cleveland. MISSCO LEAGUE (Sunday) Osceola at Number Nine Victoria »t Lutes Net Stars Compete NEW YORK, June 19. (UPi— Bobby Rig RS the duck-footed little giant, of the tennis world expected stiff competition today from professional tournament* arVamed Forest Hills- . In another semi-final r ra y, bj R Jack Kramer of Los Angeles also anticipated a tou K h engagement with veteran Don Budge of Hollywood, Cal. Read Courier News Want Ads. Minnesota Track Stars I j Conceded Dark Horse in ' NCAA Track, Field Meet MINNEAPOLIS. June 10. (UPI—! I Dark horse Minnesota wns expected i to give favored Southern California ! n strong nrmimcnl in the NCAA Track nnd Field finals today. Both schools qualified six men in yesterday's rain-soaked prelimina-1 ries. The weatherman promised I brighter skies for thc finals in n events today. j Alllwiiiih Southern California and ' Minnesota topped the field, many other schools still were In lhe running for team honors. Ohio State Illinois. Stanford, nnd Texas had lour Qualifiers, and New York In-, diana. Notre Dame, and California i each placed three men. I The first six finishers In o,.,ch' final event qualify for the formal Olympic trials at Evanston. Ill ' July 9-10. ' near oryan music. The takei care of correspondence - -.. Carl Unrt-j H"d telephone, calls. Stajscii his quist on the Atlanta mound, not ! family and advisers arc at the third the loss for his trouble. ToniKht, Atlanta will plav a=uln at Chattanooga and Mobile a' Lit'Ie Rock. New Orleans v.ill rmialn in Memphis for tonislit's hostiliiies and Birmingham will sisrht acat'n al the close-in right'field, screen at Nashville. .-..,., .,,!,, NEW YORK (UPi— Police «ot an •L- nu,L-Mi was predicted ! emergejicy call from a man who SOI Strauss, net ing dircc- explained in broken Kni'lish that. thcir help was needed at an im- Pt-nding birtii. When olliccrs arrived, they found Willie Thompson, a Chinese, excited over the condition of his black eiit. A few minutes Inter an ambulance arrived on the same er- • ^..,u.. vj»in.->. iiiuiin (jiijma- ^^"'.i. aim nuiii 01 ya noo S a pitcher, won and Shelby Kin-1 ^ocond take-, care of c ney. who relieved starter carl Unrt- i »"cl telephone, calls. rtjiicf ni, n,« ,*i^..*. , ' famii\ ailri advi or<; TV in .nioactMaciiau „, llre „„,„. .uienuxm. at 2:30. Marion D'-ei Iivtiy girls vvnii beribbotied bas. T>sei- manager announced to-t-iv heL, lull of DuttoMs roam the \i- • This will be the Tiger's"jirst ho'ii Cllllty of these hefirimmrtfM.c Tf amjearnnco in iu.« ...^u.. \ _.. Corning Independents in game at the Armorel Park afternoon at 2:30. Marion ty Matman to Make First Appearance In Legion Arena Jack Hunter, a 200-pound veteran grappler. will make his initial appearance here Monday night when ne teams with Dale Wayne in the tag match feature of the American LcKion's weekly wrestling prosrnm. Opposing Himlcr and Wayne will be Jack Hader, a returnee from the pini-sized'bad" boy D '" y Br °° ks Margaret Gunther Battles To Retain Golfer's Crown MEMPHIS, Tenn.. June 19. iUP> — Offending Champion Margaret Ounthn was to meet Mrs Eiiivird Lawler in th c all-Memphis finals of the Tennessee Women's Off lournamcnt today, following hril- liant M-mi-fina! \irtorics in --;'m-!i Bobby Loc?^e Hof !n Victory O^en For Goifdom's Pros CHICAGO. Juno ID. I UP i— Bobby Locke, who came Irom South Africa lo pick up some of lhe professional gold that linos America's golf courses was nine strokes ahead of the field and raking in the coin in thc Victory Open lounwmcnt today. It is possible for a pro to win SI,300 for H week's work in the Vic cinity of these headquarters. If ihey find anybody not already adorned witn a red, white and bin • "Stasscn lor" button, Uiey correct, the situation. I Tails people have a green four-i T1 'e 4.000 prisoners at Ohio Pen leaf clover button to bring luck to '•• ' tc »'iiiry consume IG.OOj riotish- s o-ne appearance in two weeks. Last ivc»k they defeated the joneiboro Red ^ox 9 io 8 in n game played al Jonesboro. Ur ; So!h stassei-j and Dewey pruvioc television lor their visitors. Tile Dewey iicaclquartcis will have lour television sct s installed, by ihj lime the ccnvention opens. The efforts of the dark horse candidates are more modest. Bn; 1 almost nnysvhere in town you may imu someone handing you a. papoV lapel ribbon saying "V for Vanden- ; bei-g and Victory—Vote." '. Sen. Arthur H. Vandenberg, still silent, on hi.5 intentions, has no nuLs each week. They also Bet 8000 \viil' cookies, 8.000 rolls. 8.000 hot bis- | ciiit-s, 670 pk-s and 3ti,000 pounds i of fiuus. , • SUNDAY Monday & Tuesday woman's strange deception C> ~ . MERLE INDREWS-OBERON -.ETHEL ^BARRYMORE ,,, * lattH CBOMWUL trodncti FOUNTAINSS Kverywherc! ! >',juu lor a weeks work in tlie Vic- Headciuaners have been opened' lory Open, and at thc midway point f °i' Gov. Earl Warren of CaliTornii of the chase. Locke had already \ b i' his state's national committee- pocketed SMO. and apparently was I ""»>. Mclntyre Paries, who said well on the wav to a Jin™ c}jTr/> rt f f there \vill bp "j-.r, hMlic-iir,,!" well on the way to it huge share of I the pot of gold. He tuvd identical rounds of OS on the Midlothian Golf Course Thnrs- , ilcrp "'ill be "::o liallvlioo. The headqiiiuters layout for Gen. i Douglas MacArthur also is on the ............. - - Promoter Mike Mcroncy slated that he knew very lltt'le about Hunter's record but added that he has been highly recommended by several wrestlers and fans who li.ive seen him work. Tliis will be Wayne's third consecutive appearance here. He teamed with Red Roberts last wrel- agamst Jack Hader and Jack Moody In thc tag match feature. Two one-fall prcliminnrr matches are also Included on next wrek's card. Brooks will meet Wayne in the first and Hunter will '•••-« grips with Hader in the latirr was six under par. and each won him S'JOO for thc best round of thc day. But more important, his overall total gave hi,,, a Ilille , stro i; c C(i) , c on Ins nrarcM challenger for the S2.000 first pri,.c f,,r ( he pros. Clayton Haelner of Churlottc. N. C. South African Matches • Strokes With Faikcnburg \ i was an iiH-Amcrican contest, pit- ' j ting Mrs. Margaret Osbornc DoPont | of Bellci-iie. Del., against Doris Hart . of Miami, Fla, j IJNOW! Mls.s Gunther .. June ID. (UPi-Bob 1 ' 1-alkeiibuiK. au erratic but powerful '' ! strokc-maMer from Hollywood Cal 'I .score an easv 7 JftjmtjWs.^ Rcad Cov , rler Ncws Wnnt A(ts er. keepmc her optwncnt from lak- ">e a silicic hole. Mrs. I.uwlcr was Preyed a bit more, but «-on 3 and | i I'om Miss Catherine Flint altci , at FbUNTAINS-i BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA 4H^)^^^b ^^b^^^^^k. ^«»x».i-^^ WRESTLING >: SKATS 15c KXTHA tTax Includcdl TAG MATCH- JACK HUNTER and DAlTwAYNE BILLY BROOKS SPECIAL ON BATTERIES! I'm- .'10 days S(ill & YounR Motor Co. is offering nn exccnlionally lii K h (nulc-in value on your old tottery HKCJARDI.KSS OF CONDITION. So cloii'l \yait for your prosrnl fon'lcry (o fail, if (hat liatlrry is over a year nltl bring i( \ n miw a ,,ri fake ;in\ of this nufstandinjr offer. Buy Now . Buy Now ...Buy Now Still & Young Motor Co. "KvcnhuiHy \Ye Will J?c Kecnmmcndcd to You" \Vab M i( at Ki,. s( • ,, ho)10 1;j . !;j <)r J;wt lf r s flie new A • . . the one and only NEW Car in its field! SEE IT TODAY PHILLIPS mm co. Fifth end Walnut New Theatre Manila s finest Shows KVKKV NIGHT Boi Opens Week Cajg 7.-OO p.n» Matinee Saturday i Sunday Sat.-Sun. I p.m. ConL Showing Saturday "Son of Roarin' Dan" wiih Johnny JJack Brown Saturday Owl Show "i STOLE A MILLION" Selected Short Subjects Sunday and Monday "THE VOICE OF THE TURTLE" with Ronald Reagan and Eleanor Parker BLYTHEVILLES ONLY THEATRE Show Slarls -Weekdays 7:00 p.ra -^unlay 1:00 p.m.: Sunday z p.m. Saturday "Lone Rider irr Frontier Fury" «ith Georfre Huston and Al I Fuzzy) SI. John Serial "Mystery Itivcr Boat- Also Comedy SATtiKDAY OWL SHOW "VOICE OF THE WHISTLER" wHh Richard I>ix nnrt Lynn Mcrrick Serial: "illack Widow- Also Comedy Sunday dnd Munday (DOUBLE FEATURE) >TWO ;> SISTERS ^BOSTON "CITY FOR CONQUEST" with James Cagney nnrt Ann Sherlrtiin Also News A Cartoon.

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