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KGHT S1YTHETTLLF, (ARK.) COURIER NZTTS MONDAY, JUNE 2, 1932 Brooklyn Back at Top Again, But Fans Eye Climbing Bosox Ancient Ellis Kinder Shuts \ r ~. , Door on Chicago for 20th Time JLLinmer hlin /Of Kids; City's Parks to Open Three of Blythevlte't playground? open this voek under the *- rrcllcm ot rwrearjon supervisors, J. p. G«rrot, director of tin Blythe'/)l!e V. r*-vcnk'd f/xlrw. By JOE HEICHI.ER Associated ftest SporU Writer Brooklyn is back in the lead in the National League today but. all eyes are nn the Boston Red Sox and their ancient righthander, Kills Kinder. Boston climber! tn within onp ;ame of thn American T.rnf.'ne pare-souinp Cleveland Indians VPS- tcrday as Kinder hunc up hu, 18rh consecutive triumph over Chi- cngo'f While Sox with a 3-2 victory. in relief. The tall Tonne;;sean. who will he 33 nrxl month, would lie Ihe best i Is Jersey Joe Hearing the End of the Line? NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet. GB Brooklyn 21 10 .730 ... New York 27 12 .fi!)2 1 Chicago 23 17 .575 5!i Cincinnati 3d 31 .483 0 St. Louis 20 22 .476 8',j Philadelphia 18 21 .4f>2 10 Boston 14 23 .178 n Pittsburgh 11 34 .24420 MangrumStudy In Steadiness pitcher in bn.scbfiil If he cnutd face : I 'T" / ' /"\ ihe \VhHe Sox fl!l (he time lie if] / QK/HQ \JDQf] owns fl 20-3 lifetime record against ^ • AMERICAN Cleveland Boston Washington Chicago New York St. Louis Philadelphia Detroit LKAOUE W L Pet. GB 25 17 .505 ... 17 .575 .550 .524 .514 .455 6 .441 6 .333 t< 23 22 18 22 20 18 17 20 24 15 19 13 26 1 2 3 3 la SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Mobile Kew Orleans Atlanta Chattanooga Nashville Birmingham Little Rock: Memphis W 31 28 26 24 34 20 13 .510 .500 .41)0 .271 TESTERDAl-S RESULTS National League fit. Louis S-B New Yorfc 1-3 (second game called end of 7^ innings, darkness) Brooklyn 3 Chicago 1 Cincinnati 1-4 Boston 0-9 Philadelphia fi-1 Pittsburgh l-» his winriy city "cousins." They haven't henten him Fince the middle of Ihe 1048 sensnn. nesting me particular tram cou- slsiently is qinr.e the [aihinn uifh Red Sox hiirlers. Mel ST. LOOTS 'f\— IJoyd Mangrum. nnm KainUly Mio'A'tMB The cnllcry whnr, makes a frear, pro. wrapprd !]p his flr.M. Wc:ilrrn Opr-n Golf < rhompmn.ship tn a $2.400 teammate of Kmder's I !f rrl ^ after iBnorin,: the comprll- c™lent a iy oa'ns""!?" siraiBht""vic-; " nn an " ft ™*\ n * a ™ (or hls par ' torics over Washington's Senators, j '>"*'Ki»K 1.-hole Intnl. who have,,'! beaten him since' ""' Mr '" 1y cl »«'co yetewn fin- 1043 • ishrd o-iinrtPr-fvir, ibr only cuiry m 1 bpru Oin rrpiilfit.lnn limit, ' To dr> so MaiiKrum scored a tir 1 '' competitive courts record .touring the subborn West wood Country Club In a six under 6V Thp record en me nn a !n/y 5-foot putt <hnt hn rrly drnpprri on the 18th ^refti. It was his seventh birdie of the A home run by >'rcd Hatfielil, j Ms IirsV ol the season, snapped a 2-2 'tie in the seventh and SUVCM Kinder his fourth victory of tho i season. Kinder replaced starter | Bill Henry In the top of (he seventh' when ihe rookie southpaw raised. a blister on his pitching hand. Sauli Ropovin was the losor. j Meanwhile, The St. Louis Cnrd-; inals cauphl up with their nom-| flste. Dave Koslo, bftltorinff the! lefthander for six runs In fiv-i in-! ntngs as they swept n double-head-' B.T FRANK ECK Al Newataiturea SpoH« Ertllor NEW YORK—Jersey Joe Walcott started the seventh with a left uppercut to Ezzard Charles' Jaw, Charle* countered wii.h n left and right to the body, forcing Walcott to » neutral corner. Walcott *tae- gp.rpd the champion with a loft, honk (o the Jaw. Charles drooled and MR eyes had that glassy look. He fell forward to his knees and then crumbled flat on his stomach, A?, lh« referee counted, Char In Hiowly p>i!lI'd hlm£«lf up but at the ronnl of JO Tharle* fefl flat *>n his hark. The time was A5 »ec«nds. Walroll officially became world hft&vywrSght rhampion. Thlfi was their meeting in Pittsburgh iRKt July. Walcott hasn't j fonaht sinre. You can hardly blam* — + Maloney Park vk-il] b< open in thfjhin] for he has boen fighting on mommas from 8:30 >si 12 and vill; 8 "d off for 22 years or since 1930 be under the direction of: Mrs R, ' '*'he'(i he S:nocked out a chap callrd I,. Kirk.sey. [Cowboy Wallace In the first round D^vid Acr&e Park wilJ be open dunnKr the aftcrnoom. It will be n\ r ailable from 1:30 under the di- reninn of Miss Minnie Foster. Rrifh of thrse opened today. Opening WedneEday will be the Division Street Park under the direction of Mrs. l.itliam Frank. Its hours will br frnm I:fX) to 5:00 p.m. The Negro playground at Robin:-on School has already been open for more than a week, rra YoHnp. Harrison High School j ihi^nSht"?"!™ Ihoi^h" 'hi list' roach. iR direclnr of the Ne?ro; HP was rul in plRVKi'ound and he to on duty from ' 0:(M1 fo 12:00 in thp morning and from 4:00 to 7;00 In (he evening. Co-A boy at Vmf-land, N. J Walcolt has seen better days, bet-, t**i days ffstically but not finan- jciaHy. HP Is 38 by Nat, Fleischer's Ring record book although he looks j much older and the fight mob says i he if rilder. I Walcott and big money were | strangers until 1947 when he almost Ihrat Joe I.nuis in Madison Square, ! Garden, although Louis got the split decision. round. The previous rourso rrrnrd was a (55 rnirted by n,-\lph Oiihlriahl. Bobby 1/)cl:r finished In necond place with a 2«? to T :il Johnny Palmer of Chariotfp. N f . ZcllbaU, horseshoes, checkers, dominoes, card ea'»es, soltball and baseball are among the activities whirh will be featiired during the su mm er a t t n p. v a r ion s parks. eral places and onr pyp was closed. He starlEd In leave the rinp btit his handlers pushed him hark as If lo say "wait Charles- 38 195 Ibs. 6 £t. 74 in. AGE WEIGHT HEIGHT REACH SO 135 Ibs 6 ft, 74 in NECK 17 in. 161/2 in CHEST NORMAL 40 in. 39 in CHEST EXPANDED 43 in. 35 in. 13 in. 16 in. 7V, in. 12 in. 21 in. 14 in. • JoeWaJcott \n - on the de- for annmmcemrnt. funny American league Washington 4-3 Detroit 3-8 Boston 3 Chicago 3 Cleveland at New York, postponed rain. fit. -Louts at PWSadelphla. 12) postponed rain. er from the Giants, 8-7 nnd 8-2, to, c - u ' a , 5 , knock New York out of first plate. • Koslo, who has won his last 10 : decisions over thp Cards, esraporfl defeat, however, when the Giants I battled back to n 1-7 lie in HIP! eighth timing. St.Louis then won ] the game In the bottom of the j ninth agninsl George Spencer when ! Enos Slaughter hit n home run j with two out. Al Brftzle was credited, with win. Gerry SUley, backed, by a i: attack, won his ninth game I .he nightcap which was called after 1\*a Innings because of dark- third and tied for fourth i?re DlrV Mayers. S> Petersburg, rift., and Dow Finslerwald of Athens. O. Dutch Harrison of Ardmore was behind the first SO on rounds ol 77-71-72-11 for 201. Southern Association Atlanta 7-8 Ghattanonga 5-7 Little Rock 6-1 Memphis 2-0 New Orleans 7-8 Mobile 8-8 TODAY'S GAMES National League Brooklyn al Chicago New York at St. Louis (night) Boston at Cincinnati (night) Only games scheduled. American league Cleveland at New York Chicago at Boston St. Louis at Philadelphia (nlghl) Detroit at Washington (night) Southern Association Atlanta at Birmingham Nashville at Chattanooga Memphis Et Little Rocfc Mobile at New Orleans Luxora Takes Manila Game; Play Thursday Pels Cop Two ^iFrorn League dn Leaders By Thn Assnrlafrd Danny Miirtaiic Press I's victor v Brooklyn swept post Ihe Ginnl.s into the Nn. 1 spot by edging Ihe formtiln for his oowrr-ladnn Chicago Cubs, 3-2. The Dodgers \ Orleans I'elicsns: Whpn the pitch- scored all their runs In the second; ing falters, slam 'em with the innVng, two ol them coming onj shlHelatjh. Gil Hodges' two-run homer. | l"he formula worked lo perfec- The Boston Braves won their i (Jon last night. While a constant first game for new manager Char- parade of Pol pitchers tried with lie Orimm wit.h nn IB-hit 3-4 vie- vnrytn? Mirrrss to .^Inni Mobile tory over Cincinnati nftpr veteran I hittprs. Murtniish's muscle men southpaw Ken Rnffenpborger had i produrrd .MifflciRiK bat-havor to pitched tt>e Reds (o A 1-0 master- <sqnee*o out 7-fi nnd ft-fl decisions ptec« in the opener of thn twin nvnr the Ipncuo lp,ader«;. Thp sweep biH. I pulled rhe Pfllrnns tn within a Ed Mathews rripped hte eighth; half-eaine of the Southern Assocla- home run and Sam Jethroe co3-| non top spot. Jecled four singles for the Braves ..Atlanta M'lns Warren Spahn coasted to his BlythevUleY Team Defeats Osceola, 7-0 Blrthevllle'F T lenm, behind the three-hit pitching of Jan Rayder. cnlneri a 7-0 victory over the O.- reo!n Junior American Legion team yesterday in a game played nt Osceola. Rayder struck out nine while Franks, osceola's pitcher, (anned seven. Garner, Bvnum and Halslead all sot two for four for Blytheville while Children got two for five. Wllbanks, Tipton and Gentry chipped In for Osceola's three hits. Osceola defeated Blytheville. the lust time the two met when the defendine stale legion champs tied the V outfit in the ninth and went on to win in the tenth Innin?. In yesterday's came. Rayrtcr got nearly perfect support from his mates. They committed only one error behind him. Osceola made four misciies rapt throne. Charles cision. — w happened In boxing before.' 7 I O j '\Q$I~ Lhey^pu^'the 5 show' i Afterwards. Louis agreed to give [road and Charles again won Valcott another title chance, hop-' to wipe out, the stigma of the questionable, verdict. ; So the follow in? summer they n-€t in Yankee Stariiimi and Wal- "OLt bctjan to clown. Ho stuck hi.s chin out and Louis hit tt, not once jut, a do7.en time. 1 ; and Walcott saw hi5 second title shot end in an 11- round knockout. Then the next year, 1949, Louis announced hf« retirement. The 'xorld was left, without a heavyweight charupion and Charles and Walcott m^t In Chic.aeo (or the VR- FOKEARM BICEPS WRIST FIST THIGH CALF ANKLE 42 in 33 in 12 20 in .13 Si/a in * Mi-rrliautvillc, N. J. V/alcotl had such a hard road to the title he thought he rm^ht keep. _ hile before putting it on the ; may not draw Ezv.ard Charles for the first Dcmpsey- ?l ,8115.7:13 Titnney fii But this one, even at 520 tops, 40,000 fans, Promot- Wants to Coach Clair Bee Says NEW YORK (flV-Clalr Bee. one of the country's most famous bas- Atlanla-ietl into Ihlrri place de-ikfitball coaches before the scanda fifth success. Raffensberger per- spite a 15-0'conquest of Blrmlng-1 hit, thp spnrt last year, snld todn> milled only five hits an he rlownert | ham in Ihe only single game of i he hopes to be hack al the helm of Vern Blrklord In a pitching durl | thp dav. HIE olher twin hills also! a team in September, lor his seventh triumph. A single \ pvodured sweeps N a s h v i M e i Ree resigned as conf roller of l/mg Seminick with the scored Bob only run in fliA — Timely hitting and Manila miscues helped Luxor a gain Its second victory in a row over Manila here Sundaj'. j. Killel paced the victors with double and two singles Tunney Quails was the winnin? pitcher, scattering eight hits while Jock Taylor was charged with the loss for Manila. Luxora and Manila play a sain Tuesday night for thp, third game in the five-game series. Taylor and Ashabrarmer led Ma- Tula at the plate, Each sot two lor lour. Luxora raked Manila pitching for ten hits. by Andy Borkowskl the ninth. Rnlph Kin&r cloulnd his sevrnth homer with two ovit In the ninth inning (o give tho Pittsburgh Pirates i against Curt Simmons pitched B sevcu- hliter for his (mirth triumph In Ihe Phils' opening-game, 5-1 victory. In Ihe American League. Lou Sleater won his third straight for Washington and Ted Gray gained his fifth for Detroit as the Senators and Tigers divided n doublcheadcr. The Senators won the first -i-3. nnd the Tipor.s tho second tinme B-H. Rain washed out othor scheduled, games. bouncfd Chattinnnpa T-5 and 8-7 Rnri I,it'.le Rock topped Memphis S-2 nnd 1-0. Rookirn Alex MrNellanrp and John Wr-iss lutned In top-flight fsland University yesterday—a desk job he hns hnd ^Ince the schoo dropped *\IP. sport.. "I juM couldn't go on with R Job like that," hr said. "AL First 1 ciMon, this time in Detroit, There was no reason for a third Charles-Walrolf fight other than the fad that Pittsburgh hart never .«en them. A charity shared In the prf*-«*ds and furthermore Charles figured Walcott iva*; an easy touck. d g_| line He said something about it be-j er Herman Tyler 'expects "something In? *he I ord's wishes That he : shoulci barnstorm as champion. , He madp liUle money on public anpparoncps and you might say he's' getting ready to give the title back to Charles, At 33, he doesn't figure lo beat Charles again. \Vliy their 15-rminri lioul tin HR went easy in training, they say. | Ttiursilay [June 5} Is befnjf held Walcobf surprised Charles and ev-i Philadelphia's vast Munlcltmi Stad- eryone else. The odds were some- thint like 10 to 1 because Charles ha-i never been knocked out and on days out of 100 iie could box nner arnm\d the veteran from luni Is a mystery to many people. The place hold:- 102,000 for the annual Army-Navy football game ami can seat many more frir a Hunt, a= H did in 102R when 120.7i>7 paid like a =.400,000 gate but it may EC thnt high unless you count $175,000 hpin? priid for television righis. In New York there is not a great dral of Interest except among^ thn hie wheels who sit In the first few rnws nt nearly every heavyweight k tillr bout. Thn average New York fight fan. the fellow who pays SD and J10 for 2 ficht.. will see this one on televi- s>on. In Philadelphia and a T5-T«i!6 radius TV will he blacked out. May. te when the fi^ht is over TV viewers vill say "it should have been blnrVrn out entirely." 7.000 Dubs Beat/Bantam' Ben Hogan Ben* mound Jobs as Little Rock topped | was a challenge, but sports i= In [ 3-1 victory and a split i Memphis- The nightcap went nn • my blood and I've yoi to get back! the Philadelphia Phillies. | extra Inning before Peb outfielder [in it, 11 I .Johnny Gnrp coiinled on JimS Brc saW he hart received several! Atkins' My for the only score of the! offer? from small colleges and that; gamp. WPIPR throw n -t-hiUer in | hft had an offer to become director outdtielline Tom Hnrrt of thp. of nthtet.lc5 at an Army post, hut Chirks. McNp.iiR.nre yielded, five-that he hadn't decided on anything safeties in iho first g?me while \ yet. his mates raked Woody Rich and Don Robprtson for a dozen. In pome M-ilny bridceroom's party mu?i cnc; bndf's protpclors In mimic nnd n^v mock random. wedding the u?i cnc;aE:e the battle With Tiger Scout Looking On, Charley Keller Wins for Niners McCarthy to Get 'New Audience' for the N'mer? The Nnifi i the No. N'ino Go/s' Tourney Set EL DORADO. Ark i.*pi — The 6-day Arkansas Women's Goli Tournament opens here June. 8, Mrs. Gordon Perrip of E\ Dorado. 1951 champion, is favored to win the tourney, which opens s-ith Scolch foursomes. Baseball-basketball star Charley Keller of Ihe University of Km- fr-red several lucky led Nn, Nine'. 1 : Nlners to a 3-2 win over Monetlft at No, Nine yesterday. Wuh Detroit. Ticrr Ivory hunVr Howard Camp Inokinc nn. Keller sewed up the came rn 'he njth Inning when, alter a fielder's rholre and an error put two men on b,i?e, he tripled. Keller was a frf?hirmn nt Kentucky IR^' year, wn? i mrinlx?r of the basketball (/-am end marie all- conference as Wildcat Orst ba:e- man. He starred in basketball at Jonesboro High -Srhoal. McHprfey wa? the winnincr pitcher for (he Niner? rt,- "he wcnl all the ivay, allowing ?cven hus Little was slated to pslch, but has not WASHINGTON to— Sen. Monroney <D-Ok!a1 satri today a Senate Rules Subcommittee will sjlve Sen. McCarthy (R-Wis) an early npportunity tn expand in public | hearings his charges against Sen. [ Brnton ID-Conn. Monroney satd recovcrrd from nn arm Injury suf- . lhe cro " 11 Riso wU1 Publicly hear j Bcn'on'? reply. j Thf subcommittee, of which Mon- ronfy Is a member, already L- Invnp- tiiratinc a resolution by Benlon 1 .ninird at having McCarthy expelled' from the Senate. t On ^ third front in Iheir fcurt. I MrCarthy in sulnj? Bpnlon for TMO' wpfX5 aeo. r w-i? tho hitfin- ^tar HP go*, thrpe for four wil; pi .TV Manila at park Sunri-iy. WRESTLES TONIGHT — Dot DoUTon will be one of the participants tonight in a double main event at the American Legion's Memoiral Anditorium. Dot wilJ take on Ida May in the first feature in a one hour time limit, best two out of three falls. It'll be Roy Welch and Lee Fields n gainst Walter Sirnis and Henry Harrell in a 90-mSnute time limit, best two of three falls. tag event In the other portion of the weekly mat show. NEW YORK 'jp—Who said Hogan csn't be beaten? More than 7.000 golfers, most of them just duffers or weekend golfers, ran say today: "I did." Nearly all of them, however, did it with handicaps. But there were a few that topped Hogan's score of 71 without a handicap. The Nn- ional open champion turned in his par 71 at the Northwood Country Club course In Dallas where he'il defend his title starting June 12. A total of 7,511 of the Sfi.lOS reported in ».he beat Ben Hogan National Golf Day Saturday turne\' in better cards than the mighty mite from Texas. All who participated paid an on- try fet> of 31 m the. event .sponsored by the Professional Golfers Association and Life Magazine with all proceeds coins to the National Golf and U.S-O. funds. John Haine, 79-year old Tres Plnos. Calif., player had the lowest. He shot a 74 and with a handicap of M turned in a 0. Eight- year-old Diane Wilson of Kansas City had a in-48-RSi. Genera] Omar Bradley, head of the joint, chiefs of staff, scored an •35, which was reduced to 74 by his handicap of 11. Sen. Robert A. Taft (R-Ohio) had a 94-I6--78. Andy Sowrd a policeman of Dallas had the lowest net, a G-i. There were nine holes-in-one re- reported. Four Games This Week in CSL Play In ^hp Connncrcinl Softball League," continues this \veek with four games on tap First, contesf, ^U! be this afternoon when the Courier News Dirty- Sox will take on the Duro Chrome Leather Pullers. Tomorrow Planters Hardware Juveniles will meet the Kilowatts, Thursday, the Dirty Sox return to action neainsl the Juvenile,- and Friday the Farmers Bank Money Chanccrs wil meet the Leather Pi! Hers. pionship when Woodal! and Russell McCollum Jr., defeated Robert McCaughan and Billy Greenwood of Crossed, Ark., 6-4 and 8-6. Chlorophyll, which causes the ?rcr-n cotor of plants, ip found In a brown coir"" in certain algae. Stuttgart Boy Is Tennis Champ ARKADELPHIA. Ark. (jPi— Raymond Woodall of Stuttgart. Ark., is the sinQle.K champion of the State Jnyree. BO.VK Tennis Tnurnnment, Woodall defeated Glr-nn Lane of Jonesboro. Ark.. 6-\ anri 7-5. here yesterday. Stuttgart took the doubles cham- Kincr Likes Righlies million dollars damages on ligpl- pjft^htjr^h '.-P' - Ralph KinrrX^ ?landpr char ^ e - i; McCarthy has "set Karnf-win inns: home run off phi'la-' tnrnnrrnw f°r a new Jit,Trt in hi? rirlnJi'ii',- Knri Drcwf In vrMrr- ^ ? »"hfriit1rrt pre-trial examination nf dav's nichtrfln UM^ thr PHt.-burch ! npnton in conncclion with the sul*. >Miecrr j sr-.riirh Joe Walcott Is Pound Heavy ATLANTIC CITY, N,J. UP) Hea^-weight Champion Jersey Joe w,ilroH is one pound over t h F. weight he hopes to carry into PhHa- rlefphla'f Municipal Stadium Thursday night In his Mile defense against EzTard Charles. He'll try losinp some of that, today in a workout b*>forp the watchful three- man Pennsylvania State Athletic Commission, In nearby Pleasfintville Charles ere 1 ; through his last sparring ses- Mnn today in preparation for the bout, Goldfish Increase Noted DU QUOIN, HI. (j?>—This Southern Illinois city's treasury was so low It had payless paydays this spring but Its p^rk ponl produced more Rotd than ever before— goldfish that Is. Workmen giving the poo! its spring clea n in? cou nted 392 gold fish, 2 to 10 inches long—150 more than last vear. best bay in boys' shoes FINA FOAM Ihe .Vewlv- V,l\Devclnn€(I Rubble for Fine SfnFabrics, Rugs anrt L-nho!slery tines a s needy foam clenning Job. ARKANSAS PAINT fc GLASS CO. E. Main Phone 2272 Courier Ne\vs Classified Ads. hanom. hnrnrr " his sixth off 1 the right- 5m< ?. Hie TT. S. Mint opened in 1732 11 rp.s !^uck cold, stiver, and minor corns valued at more than *T billion. BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING Monday, June 2 8 p. Adults 50c—Children 15c WOMEN WRESTLERS Miss Dot Dodson vs. Miss Ida May One Hour Time Limit Best 2 Out Of 3 Falls 4-MAN TAG MATCH 90 Min. Time Limit, Btsl 2 Ou< of .S Kails L«« Fields & Roy Welch Vs. Walter Sirois & Henry Horrell The whiskey with ^4 in its flavor.., BOY SCOUT BOYS * Built of Brown Eik lealher atop a lough Cord sole, this is the oiii- cial service oxford of lha Boy Scouts of America. For schoo], for regular , Scout meetings or for irail, ~ it's the best boys' shoe value you can buy. For ; all boys . . . you don't :* have to be a Seoul. Kelley's "Yoiir Friendly Shoe Store" In BlythevUle Ash for ' * double A " The Straight Kentucky Eourbor for "double d'"hosts. .. It PHOCf. ANCIcNI AGE DISTilliNG CO., fiy-.NtFORT, KY. 'Your Exclusive LION Dealer in Blj'thevUle" WILSON AUTO h A 2nd SERVICE Plione 16

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