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PAGE SIX BLYTHKVILIJB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS All-Stars in T Softball League To Play Winners Friday Night An all-star team, to be cliose.i' from seven teams' in the Blytht- ville Y's City Softball League, will oppose the league winners hi a )x»t-season game at Walker Frl-. day night, rit was announced todny by J. P. Garrcti, secretary of the Y's Softliall committee. The team will be composed of t'.ic best players from each of the ,-.c- ven te.ims and will be picked later this week, Mr. Garrott said. Game officials, which include Johnny Flletz, umpire, nnd George Cbrk. scorer, along with members 3f the Softball Committee will choose t'w! all-star team. Managers for Jhc honor learn will be named at the same. time. The opponents for the league all- stars will be decided this week lol- lowlng the ending of the regular season Thursday night. At present, Ihe Saliba Wholesalers, last year's champions, arc out in from in the leag.ni' standings but '."111 need a v;in over Charlie's iUeclri': to cinch the flag. A loss yb the Wholesalers would throw first place in a twn-w.iy lie between them and cither I.ov E!rh or Earn Johns, who meet tonight in their final game.. MatmenMake Birthday Fete A Short Event Hill Ciinny nnd Duck Llpscomb defeated Tex Riley nnd Joe Wolfe; two stmight fulls to cop Lhc lat? j fen til re of In? I night's wrest linj; ; proyrnin at the American Legion Arena, Atlanta, looga Share Low Spot Both on Bottom Rung In First Division; Crax Lose to Mobile IVV WIII.TAM A. SHIRKS [,'nilnl 1'jrss Spoils \Vitlcf (ATI A.NTA. tin.. Am;. 5. lUPI Allantn lid f u t 11 o j \ U (I \ vere lit'lil haS: whrre litcy \w:n' la.sl wt'i-k sharing lh'> [junom r!.n< ot till' laddir in I lie .S:mti;oni A: .sornlion s I i s tli j i jn J/ i in Ti i 1 n (.1 s I to/ j its preseason favorites to cop ihe The two mcanles spoiled tlic (lay|mxi c Imntin:;. were shoved ntcli for the hundreds of Inns lliat h;]d|j v () ,,t ni in u < i In i 1 I i t gn'.hcrcri to :u-!j) Promoter Mike i v.eck i't i ni i in thur dl Mcroney officially begin his 40th year Iti the wrestling trade hy completely out-wrestling their much favored opponents. Canny and Lip.icomb copped the match In one of the fastest limes recorded :it th 1 ? arena here In Hie past several weeks, for the entire tag show ran mly 40 niinutos. The oven-like temperature of tlic arena was the cause of the hastened victory. In the first fall, Lipscomb dlrect- ' ed his body to a sore spot on Mr. Garrotl stated tha'. In the | Wo][( ,, s back - an(| ,„,„„„, lhc <len(l . ly crab hold to do the trick h- M mhnilcs. Canny eliminated Jlllsy six minutes Inter with two body slams and a pin The second fall slarlod in unsual fury with Riley ana Wolfe going to work on Llpsconib's back and !n cipht minutes had Ihe dinilnr.tiv.e grajiplcr ready for the kill, bi^, Huck slipped away and tagged his partner. yVolfc with his back still sliff from his first roiind licking, WHS an easy victim for the much heavier Canny who again applied } Cu lu s c h ( ice 1 ' of a s'l'/lim 1 v.in .-:( n r ( i n lu [ did I i I (i ci •ml - - und on!.v Shribj Kjnnry's nn-hil e:\ns .Siinuav si comp i ti H not in profited (roni a .* nnd opened lust place I.ittlc ncrk a:s hi qui h I f-iii <!' i It d . came in N event Saliba should l~s-i to the Electricians Thiirsdav ni'ht. thus throwing the !c-gue-lead in a lie. n. team will be chosen from these two teams to oppose the all-stun. In consideralion of the fact that the Wholesalers have but one pitcher, should they win the pennant, they would be allowed to choose from the other remaining teams, a pitcher for their use hi the all- stnr affair. Gnrrott said. This would not eliminate that pitcher from being chosen on the honor team even though he would he hurling a- ' gainst the all-stars. '15 minutes. Mr. Garrolt also announced plans for the post-season play-off which will get underway Aug. 12. The the crab hold (o eliminate him , , , , Llpscomb returned to the ring and ' defeated Hiloy <ivc minutes bter O vcd 'liciii from 1 h IOOK ) i tnd i:i Mempiti; I ijlt Ml I 1 t in Cbalt;m<:o;:a. th"ir late r.illy IIM sh \ 1 play-off series wil be • payed ' in Ehaughnessy syflem with the first place team meeting the third place team and second playing fourth. In order for a team to remain in the play-off it mu5t win two out of three games. Regular play in the league will enter its final week tonight when the Smokehouse Boys meet Loy Eich in a batCr. for second place and Owens Druggists meeting the Ark-Mo Kilowr.ttcrs in the after- piece. Loy Eich and - the Smokehouse boys along with the Whole with n bar-arm to end the match. In the two one-fall preliminary matches. Wolf- 1 defeated Lipscomb the liapltvis Dicke.vimin little mcrny :uul the Lookouts triumphed r> to I. C 11 I nikpH i I i b'i si u ft i was charged wilh the Ifrs. i i 1 /L i I ni Ci f n Guylcr :-i'Ui uoilsidi'r Thompson. ;'ce of hi moi nd 1! !„ un t Ii i in}; M:. L lnli; \vlin used I Hull I Ul I hi IIIK s in mo: 1 piom in f ' \ 11 U i Tin' Cracl-rr.s led 2 ID the sixth v. lien tlir Dears home two tallies I'.nd went ;-. a In 2 viiMnry. II:ill !;avr hits und chiilki'd up his 12'.h -x:\\. Thompson was tilled nine ti'iK-s and was chained with his .'iihth fetbni'h. The yinne vns in .\!o':xl'. L . 'Aihvi'le s'.renstlifiied !hc V;il third place spot by iriminini; 1 lie Mcni|lllis Chicks IP t:) 1 i;i a :i:rii'S opener in Sulphur I)L'll. Tote M:il- lory stjitiercd U! hits clfc'Clivcl;,' to marl: i;p his l r >ih v.'ui. Vol Kln:;:;evs landed on r,d Weiland and " ' Papa Knows Best in 15 minute.'; with n rolling body Appleby, lhc hitter makins his scissors and R!!cy defeated Canny first start in ihe Sjuiheru thiv in 10 mlnnte.s with a kangaroo kicks and a double jack knife. Ferrier Wins Crown In St. Paul Golf Meet ST. PAUL. Minn.. Aus. 5. CUP) —Jimmy Ferrier hurried Wcsi lo" day after winning; the SKU03 SI. f*M.'^.^^^ |Jr.. of New Orleans. •1 he PGA titlist season, bciiif; ilmv.s with Weil;'lid ^harped with II".. loss, -.c'i' Crufs, lean New Cr:c:u.s riijlithandiir. tunsed Wrmuudiam L'aron butlers back with six hits as the Pi'licatls Iriuniplii'd *> lei J. The iiiiviiu uniiiVjers landed «u Frank Nelson -lid Altx Kellncr lor IS s:llelics v. ith Nclsim l:i'i:l.; ch:vii;ccl v.itll the iti.s';. Ml series me rcsumrd loiii^lit. Musial's Comeback Sparks Cards bu,t Worries Dodgers TUESDAY, AUGUST 5, 1947 BASEBALL STANDINGS SOUTHERN LEAGUE W. L. Pet Mobile 72 <U .621 New Orleans 70 49 .5E8 • mth inrl Ins quarlerbackinp son Jimmy pilolid I nrlilo CLiilcnniil llij'h lo -in nndpfealod season and Ibe ( i loi ido pup school ill mipio isl ip hist fall. They'll do another fnlln'i- :ind son |>oiTorniiincc in Ibe slate's annual liiRh school all- I n (,11111- in Dduu Alif, 22. Young Jimmy will direct an ill-sUue squad, \vhich.his dud will help coach, against a picked combination of Denver metropolitan placers.-. 73 Letter men At Shawnee on Roster for '47 in the play-off hut It will be ne- cesjiiry for the Druggists to win tonight's contest in order for them to be assured of competing. Louts to Fight Wolcott > In Non-Title Bout Nor. 14 PJT53URGH. AllB. 5. (UP) — World Heavyweight Champion Joe Louis laid his cards on the tr.ble today and gave Jersey 'Joe Wolcott. r^zard Charles and Sweden's Ollic Tandbcrg the lucrative if not completely healthy honor of picking them up. Louis said last night that he will .ireet Walcolt in a 10-ronnd non-title match in New York Nov. 14. and will fight the winner of a "Charles-Tandberg bout in a 10- round non-title affair next March. He said the opponent who muUcs t th6 test showing against him will get. a crack at the title i:i a kl5-round match next summer in I New York. The champ, in Pittsburgh i'or the Negro "Frog Week" celebration, said he will retire in 1948 if he still is cliampion. pcstcd a C8. four under par, to 71 for Haa-i. Ferrier forced the play-off hy storming from behind "Sunday io tie Hans in the regulation ineri.il play at 212 on the 72nd—and l;\tl —bole, nnd took $2.000 first plucc money with yesterday's victory. Haas wan J14",0 for second place. Today the Australian-born ;n 3 king, who plays out of Chicago, hustled West for the S100.CC3 tonv- nnment beginning Thursday at Spokane, Wash. Rodney, Undefeated Bay, Favorite in Hambletonian 'GCSHEN. N. Y.. Aug. S. (UP) — Rodney, a bay speedster who has not lost a race this year. w:ir> a heavy fa.vorite for tomorrow's r;in- ning of the $5j,030 Hunnlctoinaii as thousands of visitors sivm-nwl lo Good Time Track today for the opening program of the ;;r;md circuit meeting. Osceo/o Horse Sfoo\v to Be August, 25-26 Or-CKOLA. .M'!f. 5. — Dales for Cscrohi's fii'ih r.nini'il horse sho'.v have been set for AUK. » and 2G. it wns annoiinri'd today by \V. R. Ichnlson. ]irc' ; :i(lr-n! of liie OsC"O- Junior Chmnber of Commerce, on.sor of the e\~ent tilts year. Scene <if the show will be the hU'tic field «l the high school (MX . ho said Entries have ul- e^dy bt'L;an tlc,'\\:n^ into head- i.'irtrrs and the total is expected i top nil former figures. Nicholson ild. A InIM of S1500 iii cash prices being offeree". The Read Courier News Want Ads. frowning Victim Buried HEHEU sfPRlNOS. Ark,. Aue. 5. UPi Funeral servicps were held ere today for Lewis Jllukenev. Jr . 13-year-oid Hidden rcsidnu, who 'as drowned in 1.i'.i'u' Rni River is! Thursday. I'iniciLil SITVHT.S \vrre chiycd. ptndir^ arrival o: a broiler from California. These units ate reconditioned strictly in accordance with factor)' methods—clutches, brake shoes, crankshafts, and many others. They give the same service and long life as new units. You can buy International Exchange Units from us and put them in yourself, or we'll do the installing. For any kind of truck service —from a simple lubrication job to a complete program of preventive maintenance —come to us. Our skilled mechanics use International-Approved equipment and precision-engineered International Parts. Our service provides real ton-mile economy. Phone or stop in today. 'effcrson County former liain; Suspect Arrested UN'CrLANn. /Vk.. All!; :,, illl'i fleiMm Coim'v otfiri'i., lf^!.iy :ir:' inldini; ,1. Otis Hull, nlxin! .'iO. fol- ini; tiio shot-mm killing of 25- vear-old LLV/LCI H;r^ ;hoi i:^ on lhc F. Hun;e5s f::rin nt-av Coy Into vcstrrduy JOI'N'ER, AUK. 5-Coacli Chai-lcs O. Mnoro ni the Sliawncc Hh;n Scl.ct,-: Indians here •iinnoiinccd 10- day Uiat football practice Cor the Indians would begin Aug. 20. Moon; .slated that 13 lust ycnr If ttmnrn would return lo ' ihp fold this ivear nnd several noxv- s to the .school here ;irc i-.\Ui fill the Indians u-oslfr. Indians will compete in Ihe )3 district play. ui'iiini; Icttcrmcn Include. ends. Hilly Halpli. a/HI George Kel- Iv; taL'klc.s. Frank ^iool•inf;, Grant Collar, and Bo Hiegcubottom; Jim Brooks. Qnoii Jew. u nd Pan; Win';: center, Paul Bell; JUKI back field, Charles Walker. Willie James. Lowell Coffinan, and Johnny Harrison. List year reserves and nev.vom- er.s include v.itdie Adams. Kobert Adams, William Bell. Bill lions- man. i\;r'.tcn Felts. Greasy Hnssett. Pnn Hi!:s;cii5. Larry Hummock. nrxl Wnllcr Glover. ': Coach Mcore also stated tie Indians \s-oiild piny 10 s his year. foi:r oJ them \vit.h I! schools in the district. schedule is complete \vilh th cepticns of one open date, whicn Expects lo fill before: the open- in;: of the football senson. The schedule: Sert 13 — Eiii'lc (liere (Ci £e]it. 2G — 'West Memphis here (C) O:t. :t — Kfiscr here tCt O:l. 10 - Walnut Rhl;;c here Oct. 17 ..... -Marked Tree there Get. 2-1 — Hut-lies here (Home- romin;) Oct. 31 — Parkin here No\ p . 1 — Leoanto theie 1C) 'No\'. M — Hcxie there Nov. '^'--Gprn N'ov. 27— Uycss here. <Ci denotes class II teams in the district. Williams Kayos Bobcat Montgomery to Win Title PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 5 (UP) — Ike Williams, undisputed \vorld liRhtweiRllt champion, snarled today Hint he was ready to lefend his new, fnll-fledRed cro'.vu on Dec 5 "or any other date" against Bob Montsomei y. the bitter ri> - .il whom he knocked out last nicjht \vith an explosion of vengeful fu f y in Municipal Stadixmi. The explosion came in the sixth round, and Bob;at Montgomery th.it was counted out at 2:37 01' session when he was on the vns tiic second time. c; i n - that anies class The e ex- Today's Games SOUTHERN LEAGUE Night games: Memphis at 'Nashviile. Atlanta at Mobile. 'Birmingham at New Orleans. Little Rock at Chattanooga. NATIONAL I.KAGUK Cincinnati at " Pittsburgh. St. Lcuis at Chicago. Boston at Brooklyn, night. New York at Philadelphia, ni^ht AMERICAN LEAGUE Cleveland at Detroit, twilight. New York at Philadelphia, nis Boston at Washington, night. Chicago at St. Louis, night. By CORNELIUS RVAN 4 (United Press Sports Writer) NEW YORK, Aug. 5. (UP) — Slan MiLsfal, who does everything In a thorough manner, was in the midst of a comeback today — and the Brooklyn Dodgers were worried. Mnsial, the National League's most valuable player last year, Is the bellwether of the St. Louis Cardinals. When Stan rings the bell, the Cardinals pick up the winnings, and of late the 2G-year- old first baseman has been playing a sort of basehit carillon. And the Dodgers, who might otherwise have the pennant In their pockets, find themselves with a seven-game lead which doesn't look too big with two months yet lo play. When Mnsial had a slump at the start of the season, it was just as throughgoing as Ills good hitting in 194G. He was bouncing around .150 in the averages, and the Cards were sputtcrln« in the dank confines of the cellar, a very embarrassed set of world champions. Hut In 'the past two weeks the Donora, Pa., lefty finally began to lit in the style to which he is ac- utstomed. and it couldn't have come at a better lime for St. Louis or a worse lime for Brooklyn. The Rcdhirds almost kept pace with the Brooks during a 13-game Dodger winning streak, and then alter Brooklyn defeated St. Louis in three stralgh 1 ., Musial's bat picked up the dropping Cards and led them to four ttraight since then, picking up the three games Brooklyn had gained. Now Has .424 Average For the past 13 games. Musial has 25 hits in 59 at bats, a .424 average, and that included five doubles and two homers, with eight runs batted in. Twice in the streak Stan has hit four-for-five. He belted a homer, a single and a double yesterday as St. Louis trimmed the Chicago Cubs, 8 to 1, but yielded honors to Marty Marion, who got three singles and four runs batted in. Howie I'ollet pitched the route despite 100-degrej heat, while the Cubs used five pitchers. Brooklyn held its lead" with a 10-inning 4 to 2 win over the Boston Braves achieved on Dixie Walker's home run after Pete Reiser doubled. Hugh Casey, who relieved Vic Lombardi In the sixth Inning as Boston tier! the game with two runs on three lilts, was the winner and Bill Voiselle was the loser. Cincinnati de'eatcd Pittsburgh, 7 to 4. witli a' IS-'hil attack that included home runs by Grady Hatton nnd Ed Lukon. Each batted in three runs. Lukon also had a double and Hatton a single. Hank Greenbcrg batted In two Pirate runs. The Phillies and Giants were idle. Only one American league gEimc was scheduled, and in that one the Philadelphia Athletics surprise:! I the New York Yankees. 9 to S. | belting lour Yank pitchers for Ii i hits. Sam Chapman led the A's i with three hits, three runs batle.l Nothing to It Nashville Atlanta . ., Chattanooga Birmingham 58 59 57 59 Memphis Little Rock J E. Ellis, Jr., four, of Beaumont, Tex., makes unicycling look easy. Young Ellis started at three on a ten-inch job. but recently graduated to this man- size 16-inch unicycle presented to him. by Mel Hall, veteran w unicydist in, three runs scored, A fivc-r'.n fifth inning st'Uled the outc and made Dor. Johnson the loser Carl Echieb, who relieved 3nl Dietrich, was the winner. Joo DiMii.;gic suffering u stiff neck, dH not pin for the Yanks, but said he v:ouli be back in action soon. Yesterday's Scr.r: — Sa-n Ciia;; man of the Athletics. v:'i > balie the A's lo a D to 5 \vi i over Ih Yankees wilh three hits, iiirce run batted in and three scored by Him self. NATIONAL LEAliOE W. L. C4 39 rooklyn Louis 55 e\v York 52 oston 52 ineinnati . 51 hicago 41 itlsburgh 41 hiladelphia 40 .572 Ml .SCO .«2 .439 Pet .(>22 .050 .517 .515 .486 .470 -.4C6 .400 AMERICAN LEAGUE W. ew York . oston . .. Detroit . .. J hiladol|>lii;i level anu . Vashinglon Chicago , . t. Louis . 68 51 51 52 44 . 43 . 44 33 Pet. .067 .541 .537 ,510 .476 .452 .371 Yesterday's Results SOUTHERN LEAGUE Nashville 9, Men:|ihis 1 , Chattanooga 6. Little Rock 4 Mobile 3. Atlanta 1 'New Orleans 6, .Birmingham NATIONAL I.KAGUK Cincinnati 7, Pittsburgh 4. St. Louis 8, Chicago 1 lEircoklyn 4, Boston 2. Only games scheduled. AMERICAN LEAGUE Philadelphia 9. New York 5. Only game scheduled. ATHLETES FOOT ITCH NOT HARD TO KILL. IN ONE HOUR, Tf not pleased, your Me back «t tiny dmt store. Tff-OL. ft STRCWO fungicide, eon- tnlnJi 5C% alcohol, IT PENTTTnATFB. Pcachp 7 MORE ccrmi to KILL the Itch, TotUy »t Thone 476 Kirby Druff Store Ebb H, Carson Tax Consultant T;tx Reports—Account ing Room 21, l,ynth ISItlfj. Write P. O. IJox.939 Phone 2940 Blythevillc Open at 7:00 p.m.; Starts 7:30 p.m. • Tuesday PAL NITE Jiggs K Maggie in 'Bringing Up Father" Serial, LOTS OF FUN FOR ALL AT THE RACES tvf': ;is ynv'ir.i; l!iat he Hoit is ind llau i* COST' rtjvrr.sv ovri hiTini s for Millie 1 time*. He n>!cl filli that h** ,s:o;>pi(l ;ii HnwUio iirf yf.-tcnhv ami 'haL Ihry Mlhoi nr rradivd insider I!IOU:A!I in !:''! ;t l'i'\'nl- .nd. hr (iri'd ;i sijaimin XOTK.'K 'Notice is hereby Riven that Paul Kirkendall lias made appiicalijn for a permit to operate uvo l.vxi- cabs Irom HU of tire at 303 W. Main St.. Klythcvillc. Any protest should I)? ill wr.t- ing and filed itv lhc office o! the- Icity Clerk. Frank Whitwovlh Guy Clerk j „>. :R-.;.;.":;«"S'" l: ::;.::":',:'r~-;*ssss^ ' Notice lo the Public: \ ;I have moved my office loji f' Kothrock Drugstore ^. '' Dr. C. E. Wilson \ "The Vigilante" Shorts Wednesday and Thursday . "Paris Underground , with Constance Bennett and Gracie Fields Fox Movietone \ews al.srr Shnrfs New Theater Manila's Fines' Shown EVERY NIGHT Matinee Batarda; A Sunday Box Opens Week D»T» T:M f.m. -Snn. 1 p.m. Cent. Bh«wtn« INTERNATIONAL" HARVESTER 3/2 SOUTH 2".° Sr. PHONE863 INTERNATIONAL Trucks Immediate Delivery A Gould's Automatic Water System Gives you the most for your dollar Farmers Terms Part this Fall-Part Next Fall OLD CAR DERBY At the Mississippi Co. Fairgrounds Sunday, Aug. 3,2:30 p.m. AND EACH SUNDAY THROUGHOUT THE SUMMER THRILLS! SPILLS! FUN GALORE! • Full Racing * Stock Model Program! Racers! ? " See the Jalopies in Action! <">" ADM. 60< Sponsored by Dud Cason Post 24, of the American Legion 1'uc'sday "HIDDEN CRIME" Susan Peters Guy KihVe Also Shorts Wednesday and Thursday David O. Sflinlrk's "DUEL IN THE SUN" Gregory Peck and Jennifer Jones — AHMISSIONS — Matinee 7Sc Kvcnins; l.£0 Also Shorts RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Last Time Today "RAMROD" Joel MrCrei, Veronica t.ake KKO News & Shorts Wednesday & Thursday "SAN QUENTIN" with Lawrence TicrntT and Marion Carr News * Comedy

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