The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 12, 1948 · Page 9
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 12, 1948
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MONDAY, JULY 12,1148 BIATHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS $wppn Twin r/oy in City Golf Tournament •*nvv|J I nlll ' i f\ r* i Moves Into Quarter Finals Bill From Crax Diet* Hurls One-Hitter In Nightcap; Chicks Take Noogans Twice By Edwin Pop* United rexs Sports WrIUr ATLANTA, Ga., July 12. (UP) Lloyd Dictz, the slowball expeit from New Orltans ruled as the Ivv est. star pitcher In the Southern Association today after a brilliant one-hit < to 0 shoutout ot the Atlanta Crackers. Diett struck out only one Cracker in the seven-inning nightcap game, ^iut tlic Atlanta batters were unable ^o lay into his tosses for anything worth the box score. Only Jack Hoi!is could do H, for a trip to third base where he died. Tnc sterling exhibition came after a wild hut dragging opener, won by the Pels to the tune of 10 to 7, in which the winners piled up 17 Islts mid the Atlantuiu 15-plus live errors. It went for 11 Inning; before three New Orleans runs settled the contest. The- right-hantlrd Dicta did better on the score siicel, but with Ibs opposition takdn Into account his performance mi£ht rank below that of Neil Saiilia, the Little Rock star nunmcUman. He limited the first-row Nashville Vols to three safeties over the full route, in setting them down 3 to 1, aided by Sjl Taonnina's home run. Vols Get One Homer The Vols took Die second game, 8 to 2. with EU-ocd GrnnthBm il\°. only Nashville homer-hitter of the day. That gave the.-n a split for Ihe day, and a lead of only two and a half games over Mobile and Memphis, ticii in second place when the Bears broke even- and the Chicks ,l*ijtwice triumphed over Chattanooga. '^ Roy Bueschen struck the happy note for Memphis when he homered with a mate aboard In the I Play In th« championship iilght* • • — of th* Vyth«vl!le Country Club's 1 _ , _ .. annual City Golf Tournament Ba««n»ll Standings moved into the quarterfinals today MISSCO I.KAGUK following the completion of first-1 yv. round matches yesterday. ' Oeteola Dr. John Cillahan of Steele, de- i Lutes fending champion, survived first victoria round play when he edged Georee , Number Nine .. Hubbard Jr., 1946 city champion, | iJlylhevllle . . . 1-up on the 19th hole to move Into I Dogwood the quarter matches. Pel. .818 .6 'it .500 .455 .M3 .300 Production Lags In Soviet Plants Government Expert* In U. S. Soy Russians Fall Short of Goo It PAGE NIN| Arkansas Gets In Spotlight At Convention Lynn Eaton, brother of the lily- thevllle Club's pro Wendell E;uon. who iooms as the tourney's No. 1 dark horse, jumped into the quarterfinals when he won over Frank SOUTHERN Nashville Memphis W. . 53 .. 50 Whltworth by default. Dr. James C. [ Birmingham Guard, who was hot in the race for ' New Orleans medalist honors last year, also won | his first-round pairing, defeatii^; Bill Pollard 1-up on the 19th hole. Other results in the championship flight «r« as follows: J. T. l-enti defeated Herman llolf 5-4; Roland Bishop defeated Cliff Coun- Mobile 50 « 33 36 35 Atlanta Little Rock Chattanooga Rjr Vtnwai Burk* (Ilnlltd l-rrx, Stiff Correspondent) WASHINGTON. July 12. (UP>U. S government experti said today Russia's indvistvlftl production Is not forging ahead as fast as the £09 Krrmlln had planned. '535 In reports circulated within the government, these experti noted ^^ ^^^ 1. Russian output of four basic 50 .438! materials—Jiteel. pl{ Iron, coal and 49 54 .393 NATIONAL LKAGUE Boston . cllle 2-1; Dick !3cal defaullcd to ' Pittsburgh . E. B. Thoma.s; Tye Adams defeated. St, Louis .. Harmon Taylor 1-S and Louis Me-I New York .. Waters defaulted to Father Francis ] Brooklyn , McDevltt. I Cincinnati . Quarterfinal pairings In the ' Philadelphia championship flight pit L. Eaton vs. i Chicago J. P. Lcntl; R. Bishop vs. E. B. Thomas; Dr. Guard X's. T. Adams; and Dr. Callahan vs. Father Mc- Devitl. First round play in the first and third flights was also completed yesterday with two first-round re- W. 46 30 36 , 3S , 31 , 36 . 33 L. Pet. .591 .527 .537 .493 .486 LITTLE ROCK, Ark., July li. (UP)—If noromor Lniwy of Arkansas Is nomlimted ns a canilldale for president at the Dcmocrallo National convention In Philadelphia, he will be Ihe Arknu- «an so honored by either of (he major politic*! parties. Only once before has Arkansas liRcl a cnndldalc for president. ! WlUinin H. IColm Harvey sought » third party nomination from his Arkansas headquarters at Monte Ne In 1932. He ran on the Liberty Party llcket. The state's nearest approach to ... .... „ havliiR a native son as a prcsiden- U. S. producllon today than It did | "'') nominee tor either the I>m- ocratlc or Republican party, was In 19.-8. ,\l that thne Sen. Joseph T. Robinson was Hie vlec-presldiMi- llal nsplranl when Al fiinllh of New oil— compares less favorably with AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. before the war. This does not clude output from the Russian satellites. 2. The evidence Is mounting (hat Russia cannot hit Its 1050 production targets on many Industrial fronts. The experts said that sleel hai .4621 years the No. 1 bottleneck In Rus- .434 , sinn Industrial expansion. Russia's 1050 was set up York Hoover. The move to Republican Herbert in (o nominate, liiioy threw Arkansas In- 486 The. experts said mat sletl has ;; - •- ' >•"*-* AI-KHIUIU m- 481 been, and will continue for some t'° V, lc nnllonil1 l»Ht1c*l 5l»tllshl - 'or the second time this year. The name of aen. DoiiKlaa MncArthur, who was Ijorn In Lltllc llork, was malnlng to lie played in the second De(rott . flight. I Washington First flight results are: Charles St. Louis Crlgger deefated Bill Godwin 3-1; Chicago . Boh Graves defeated Hush Tate 4-3; O. E. Knudsen defeated G. M. Buck 4-3; ftc-rrmrd Gooch defeated G. G. Hubbard Sr. 3-1: Dr. Joe Beasley defeated Rev. Harvey T. Kldrl 2-up; Hay Whittlngton defeated Rudy Vrska; and Hubert Seymour defeated Bob Porter 5-3. I Second flight results: Harry Hall defeated Charles Moore 1-up; and Vernon Thomasson defeated Wal- Cleveland t5 Philadelphia 48 New York 44 Boston ils fourth "five-year Kremlin ordered the In 1945 In Pet. I plan." The .616 Russians to whip (heir war-bat- .600 tered Industrial planti back Into .579 shape and exnaud production far -527 beyond |>re-wnr levels. .513 Though U. S. government experts .4471 concede (hat Russia ha.i made .384 i great production strides alnce V-J placed In nomination the lie- publican convention last month. Laney's decision to permit Mystory Plon« ! Crashes Killing Pilot and Woman *AH ANTONIO, Tex., July 13. tUP)—Official »*crecy today cloaked tlvt Identity of a "mystery plara' 1 which crashed Into an tparlment bulldlnjt and killed two |>ersons at. t«r a wild flight across town. The plane zoomed low over th« downtown area shortly after mM- niBht Bundiy, wraplnu a dnxen bulldliifi and narro»ly\f. iwo hospiUls. Wh*n U crashed Into the apartment building It exploded and set flie U> the building and two other dwellings. The pilot and Ethel Maine*, 00, trapped by flames In one of tin bmldhiKS, were killed. The plane was reported to Imva been an Army AT-8 trainer, but when quelled about It, the public irlitllons officer at Randolph Field ."aid ttM-Mly, "we have no statement to mnke'M this time," and. cut ;>i lurlher questioning. The plane loomed down over Ihe business illstrk-l, then careened away toward a residential ar«-a where It criikhcd U blocks from tht center of town. It w»« feared at first that many In the raging tires caused by thu crish, but all the occupant* nl Ihe l;urnlnK building escaped but Miss Halues, who Uv*d In an i stairs apartment. flrginiant Mutt Kegitter Their Machineauns and 0*n»r Heavy Artillery RICHMOND, Va,, July IJ. (UT>)— Virginia &tat« Police Superintendent O. W. Woodjwn today aaktd all cltlMO* to register tlwlr machine- guns, *ubm»chlneguni and other heavy urttUcry. He uid the order had nothing to do with a threatened Southern revolt. RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Monday & Tuesday 'wanna .319 Yesterday's Result* MISSCO U:A(-.UK Number Nine 8, Lutes 3. frame of the opener, and from then [ lace Hoke 4-2. Matches remaining to on matters were left in the hands i b« played in this flight are J. M. of pitcher Goodwin, who permitted Williams vs. Frank Wagner Sr, and only six hits for an eventual 5 to 1 Lenwood Lewis vs. U. S. Branson, score. In the nightcap Bob Sclmltz Third flight results: C. W. Affticfc pitched the Chicks to a S to 3 ver- Jr. defeated Lloyd Stickmon 7-6; diet. 1 Jamee C. Davis defeated Ollie Russ Oppliget yielded seven runs to Birmingham in the sixth inning, as the Barons trounced Mobile 8 to 5 in their first engagement. The Kcars recovered in the finale and with eKn Olson winning his llth victory, on five-hit pitching, beat the Barons 7 to 2. Tonights games: New Orleans at Atlanta, Mobile at Birmingham, Nashville at Little Hock and Chal- tanooga at Memphis. During the. century, certain ] t uuiuig me. lam ueni'Hij', ..tin.n* English theaters met the popular demand of the unusual by putting on acts of madmen who had been borrowed from nearby asylums. Storey 8-7; Jtmmy Stevenson defeated B, L, Blxler 5-3; ami Frank Wagner Jr., defeated Russell Prakes Quarter final pairings for the first flight tire: Hugh Whilsitt vs. C. Crigger; B. Graves vs. O. E. Knudsen, B. Gooch vs. Dr, Bcsi.slcv and Ray Whlttington vs. Hubert Seymour. Third flight C. W. Afflick Jr. vs J. C. DHvis (already played, won by i " catl ^"^' Alflick 4-3), and J. Stevenson vs. ~~ Frank Wagner Jr. Quarterfinal pairings In the second flight will b« announced upon completion of first round matches. SOUTHERN Memphis 5-6, Chattanooga 1-3- Little Rock 3-2, Nashville 1-8. New Orleans 10-4, Atlanta (first game, 11 Innings). Birmingham 8-2, Mobile 5-7. NATIONAL Lt.AC.UK New York 3. Brooklyn 2. Chicago I, Pittsburgh 0. Cincinnati 1, St. Louis 0. Boston 9, Philadelphia 4. 7-0 day. they maintain that the »d- Herter, ic.. Mass.. vice clmlvman nf name to be placed In nomination the House commluee on foreign came t t a suiprUe to his frlendi lllli - ! and observers at the cupllol. The The united Slates, he said Inn ' governor had aald repeatedly that ' no cause to fear" Hnssln's current i he wnJ not a "national figure" and has not been great enough : steel production. Writing In Sleel- ! not Interested In th« pirfildential oc to fulfill the "plan" on schedule. ) ways, an industry publication, Hcr- Ttnis far. they anld, the Russians , lcr said "carefully weighted" e.stl- have merely brought overall pro- ; mates put the steel output of itns- artelphla best described his reason ductlcin up to about prewar levels, s'a and her .satellites at about JO,- (or allowing vlcc-pretldentlal nomination. Probably hl« nUtemint In Phil- U. S. reduction Soars I OOO.COO tons In 1047. The expansion has been ragged. 1 As against this, he s »ld, the Russia today Is producing slightly ' u - S. turned out. nhoul 88.000.000 hte name to be rcpre- "I am doing it In order that a lot of people In thli convention may -------- ---- , ... ..... ------ „ _ „ . ... ----more oil, but far lew steel than ' tons, and the Miushull plan conn- j have an opportunity to vot« for before the war. Both materials are ' tr l«« of Western Europe about 27.- someone representlnj the atatoa basic to carvytiiR on large, scale' 000,000 tons milltarv operations. I Meanwhile, u. 8. production, un-' Impaired by war damage, haj f«r»- | cd ahead on all fronts to a level high above prewar. dootrln«," h« declared. Warner Newi >n<( Short KCA VfCTOft Rtcard* Uv« •( My Uf*....r*»ty C**M Let Mi Call TM IwwUwui... Perry C*M* May I SHU Hold Y««. Sai At a Sidewalk fa Kay. y Ar**4* My Gnitar Lady »r Spain.. Th« Thrw Sou Jiui (or N.w...Th« Old Faihl»n»4 Cowkoy Old McDoaaM'i B**ci* ..... .................. Johnny Tytar Flddlln' Jo* ....... J«h»aj Tyte Don't forget ..... PM WM Ua ADAMS APPLIANCE Company, Inc. J. W. Adams, Msrr. 208 W. Main Phone 207 AMERICAN LKAGUE Detroit 5, Chicago 4.. St. Louis 3-0, Cleveland 2-5. WastiingUm 9, New York 4. Boston 9-5, Philadelphia 8-7 (first game, 52 Innings; second called end of eighth inning—Sunday law). _ , ., ,„ ... Cmler NeW3 Wimt Ads ' Russia rarely publishes actual production figures, Output li disclosed in the form of "percentages" or previous production. According i to an unofficial evMuntlon of these reports, the United 3tatea last year produced 5.3 tlines as much steel RS Russia, 4.7 times ax much pig Iron, 10.3 times as much oil, and 3-5 times as much coal. The government experts' reports on Soviet steel production were corroborated by Rep. ChrUllan A Education I> Cheaper It is said that the average cost of •one day's education per child in the United States is 50 cen»«, while it costs $1 a day to keep a prisoner In jail. Double Play Movie Bound Youngsters Robbed by Bold Trio RICHMOND. Va., July It. (UP) —City police searched today for three bandits who in broid daylight boldly held up three children and stole their movie money. One of the stickup men, police said, was described a£ six years old and the others, 12. Robert Crowe, 11, Charles Shuyler, 9, and Leonard Magruder, 10 told officers they were robbed of fl.02 by Negro children. They used screw-driver and Ice-pick as weapons. A six-year-old child clutched a "Bilboal as he rifled their pockew, the victims testified. Police were notified by a theatci- manager who ?ave the three penni- ess boys free seats at the movie. Bill Rigney loses no time getting the ball away. The bespectacled Californian made the Giants' infield last season by filling the hole at second base. With Buddy Kcrr, he gives the Polo Grounders 3 classy double play com, bination. 'ew Theatre Manila's finest Shows EVERY NIGH1 Bos Opens Wn* Day 7:** (>M Matinee Saturday * 8«ndaj Sat.-San. 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