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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, August 9, 1947
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PAGE EIGHT (ARK.T OOUWBR NEWS SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1947 King Coif on Golf Tourney Opens High-Ranking Pros, And Amateurs Play In Blythsviile Event More than 100 Mid-South golfers Including some SO IcrP-ranVing oi«t of town pros i>r.c! amateurs, *ecd oil ol noon today, for (he opening rounds or Uic Blythevlllc count':> Club's second annual King Co.ton Op£n pnlf meet. Heading; (h« lisl of nmatenr »n- tries i« Wilford Wchrle. of K i- cin», Wis-, nnrt Louisville, Kv« twice winner of the Western Opou and one ct (lie in top amateurs •f the tuition. Wfhrlo arrived in Blrthevllle late yesterday even- Snc to participate m the meet. Amoner the oilier leadlnir tmn teurs partlcipatmu hi (he loiirm- mctit is Jolin Busick Jr., of Mo netto, Ark., nnrl a, member of i>i - ! | Jonesboro Country Club, who p?- j cently won-the Arkansas Amateur I Golfers rro'vn at Hot Eprlncs. imi H. P. Ciiildrcss, or Memphis, lust year's Tennessee amateur Icim! Pre-tcurney rankings have \\ r r'.ivlo ani Chlldrcss needed to ball!? 1 out for the S150 trophy to be :i warded the winner of the aim'eu division. Wehilc'a record nives hl'n -a s'ittht edse over the entire fl»ld. 194S Champ llusy in Memphis Jimmy Wlitttenuerg. list yc'ii winner of the King Cotton, an nounced yesterday that lie would • be unable to participate in ttv tourney plav this year ns lie will be busv on the Memphis links Sun clay. Gftrt Spoin. last year's runner-up Is on hnnrl and cnterert in the tourney competition. Several Memphis professional: nave arrived and arc busy firing their practice lounds. The grcatei part ol today's play will bo in the professional division. The amateurs will shoot 18 holes today and 18 tomorrow but Uui prose may shoot their entire 36 -holes today if they desire. Cash awards In the pro dlvision . total S2CO with the Utl(sl rccclviiiR S100 In cash, the• rmincr-up rcrelv- Ing $75 inrash and the third place winner receiving $25. Pliy -will be M-liok medal. Entrants wiil be allowed to chooso tlielr o*n partners for Ibeir thrcs- sorncs tDElay tomorrow's with pairings to be made ill accordance ti today's scores. Champ Enters King Cotton Tourney CrackerShut-Out Avenged by Pels Bayou Bombers Win 6-1; Chicks Defeat Chattanooga 4-2. Boston Yanks Give Bill Godwin Big Welcome in Ranks of Pros John Biisick Jr., of Monrttc, Ark., the Ark:i!isa.-i anialeur K.SH kins, was one of the first entries to arrive for the opening ol the Hlythc- vill Country Club's King Gotten Open, tluskk recently bla:;U>d a Jtiltl of seme 200 Arkansas aui.'Ucnrs in the Arkans-A". Oull' Astwti-.ition's state meet in Hot Springs to annex the amateur crown, lie arrived it tilvlhcvillc Thursday to start firing practice rounds. Branca Beams; Belated Bums Bounce Back, Beat Phils 5-0 Tigers to Play Yarbro In M/ssco League Tilt -. The re-juvcn^tod Mead's Blylhc- villc Tigers \vill cntcrtnin LJic bro nine in a Mississippi COULUV Amateur Baseball League Rnino ,TH Ihs Air Base Oianiund toinoiTO,v afternoon. Ccniposed mostly ol former men;- tcrs ol the Blythcvilic American l_c- gibn junior squad, the Tigers 3Jl back in tile win cohimn by 'Iniij- bin? Huffman G to 5 last week >K- himl the hurling of Dig Kenny Merrill. M.errilt will probably work im the mound for tlic Tigers lonvjr- ro\s r . ' The lengue-Ieaciing Lookouts from Blythcville Route T\vo will journey to Lutes for their league s a mc tomorrow. Tlie Lootouls came from behiad last Sunday to defeat LilUs RivW 16 to 14. Fritz West aiul Jcihu AIcHaffey probably \vill be jlvcr. the mound assignments. Other league games tomorro:v arc as follows: Ai'ir.orel at Little River Manila at Number Nine, and HuCt- man at Coots:'. I!y IOI1N CiUlFFIN (V'"Ui- S'ress Sports WrittO NEW YORK. Aug. !). I UP' — liuoyod by tne night Kir in Brooklyn, or perhaps. Jiisl by the rlyht arm if Ralph nraiicsi. Hie Doilgers to^kntl forward today lo their rcmnlnhiK 3 pnmes at home witli increased )ni)Cs that these tills would I'.rove "manic carpet" to tlic peDi Losers of six of their last ssvcn Barnes on the mad, Hie Bums urncd to Ebbcts Pictd lust night. nir! exei'cisftl their usual r.t-homc iuR touch to beat the Philn- c'lphia Phils, 5 lo 0. behind isht-hil ]!itehlng ol I3is Uranc:i 3ci»viiiml th:U they ran'l lose ii heir own baeli yartl — and the record would .sri-nl to bear then out — I lie Dodgers ho;ied that (his was only the be:!iniiiny of aiioihe inning splnrgo. Branca, the staff's "stopper", was at bis bsst. pU',:lui!i£ UElitly in the pinches and walking not n single battur. as he registered his ntti victory, and his lifth shut- oul.- His mates helped him by belting Dutch Leonard and Charles Schanz for 13 hits. Bruce Edwards showing the way with three singles. But, in reverting to winning ioym. the Dodgers could not add to tlielr onv-iiame lead because Ihc St. .cuil'i CaHiiialr, bowled over pitts- :m'F.h. (i to 0, [or their strnisht "in. OCOI-BC (Ko<;> MiniRer Ravf the irntr^ only three hits and did lot allow a baferunncr to reach second. Like Ilr'tncri lie was credited with his fifth shutout, althou^li lie las a total of only nine \1ctories. The Ca'ds tni'ied on an olil ne- merjs. Fvi^ Cslerniiieller, and his winner. ISV WILLIAM A. SHIRKS United 1' Sports Writer ALANTA. C5a., Aug. 9. OJl>) Ck'iid.-r -Shelby Klnney's spell cvr the New Orleans Pelicans «'» r.rtk-.'n today and the Bayou Bom hers boasted a decisive vi'jtoi over the AtliinU ucc who '„«• tlie .Southern 'Association's Ilr.a of the season a^.\ip;A tliem in pelican Park last SnucMy. Last iiislit the Pelicans cam'; lo I'otKc Ue Leon in Atlanta, rawly to avenge their rto'.uifnll ;u K:n- iiey'.H hands. And Kiki Cuylei- .i.'l.t :lie yctuia Pali-fax, Ala., &t:ir^iinst the second j:lacc visitors in a Lry for two \\in.s in n rfi'.v. Klychasci Tom Wright ,wh<> si;f- krt'd :i l>c;m-bail from the lui;;- (T.s of S.tju nc.'-se in IVI.tle Rock moie than a week a^o^lcd off the r.iiradi' acainst Kinnc? by bla^jn? a three run homer in Ih': fifth mnjiitt an-1 the Felican.s marched o a 0 lo 1 victory. Jim Atkins hurled eiaht-hit bal', .r the vvinner.s—and in Hit ll.e Cleans tagged Kinnoy for 16 .c'.vs. Mkins marked ui> his slx'.u win ol the year and Klmioy was larked with his ItiUi less. By the '.oss ihe Crackers failed lo ,f>un groui'.d in the j>lruv'!le wit!) fourlii-placc Chattanooga i=l- h the Lookouts dropped a close contest to Memphis ir. a fi'.uff City series opener. Fire':aller Hal Tocncs allov,v.| ll.c Civ.As only eight, hits. incUtd- iilK a Uvo-nm homer ?:y Freddie Hancock in ttie third but his mail's failed to make 11 liit.s off Frm* count and the M?mphiaiis ti iim\i)hed 4 to 2. lir;-.i£ Ucat IJarons In 14 Innings Mcbue and Birmingham battled for M innings last night before the Icae.ue-'oadeis triumphed over the hometown Barons '12 to 11. After the Hears knotted tlie count in the ninth by pulliir; a kmr-rim rally uoth teams .score.l three runs in a hvild and \vooiy tenth frame. Tlic (Baron ca'.:"e was aided by pinch hitter .I'.'c l'.iautt's l:onie v\m with none ou— after which (most thought liie name was over. nut the illruius lashed back three counters, and both scored cnce in the eleventh—'..he Mobile tally being a home run by Men- Connors. Then the Bears :;ci>rt'fl one in the fourteenth off .-eiitM^r Johnny Orphal who was chart'?:! \\-ith the loss. All iUi all. the 'Barons tagged five of the best iBear twirlcrs for "'i base-hits while the 'Bruins cornered 13-hits off four BlrmhigVin-ii hurlers. 'Hoy Whitafcer, who took over in the 13th frame, was the "Big Bill" Godwin. Blythcville's i ide and joy In the football bus- j Iness, liad scarcely arrived at Ihc Boston Yankees training camp In Danvers, Mass., before sports writers and pro-season dopester.'i started laying their odds on him. Godwin, f, native of Blylhevillc, resigned as head mentor of the Hlythcvlllc chicks and accepted n In 194S at Hanover, N. 11., when George Barclay, Tarheel who was coaching til Dartmouth, told Art Sampson, of the Yankees' front office, he rated thtc University of Georgia's Godwin as the hottest thing he had seen off his 1941 Orange Bowl and 1942 Rose ISow! performances against T. C. U. and .,., v —, .,, U. C. L. A. A year later came a bid from Al McCoy, a Yankee scout. I phone call from Chicago from Tuss to piny on the 1947 edition of the , McLaughry to Sampson and Ihc In- Boston team, I formation that Godwin was going He left Blythcville July 30 for, great guns for the college all-stars, the Yankees' camp and arrived there i Scout's Third Trip Wins last week. George C, Citrons, a Bos- „„ „ , , . ton sports writer, sought out the 1 , The Yanks general manager later learned how Godwin backed up his Promised Land Softball | Teams Register Two Wins Two Softball teams j from the Blythcville Y won and lost games to Promised L-E.nci teams on the Promised Land diamond yesterday afternoon. The Promised Land grade school learn tlefeulcil the Midgets 18 to 11 and the Btylhevitie Juniors defeated the Promised Land Juniors a to 5. much talked about Godwin, and watched him work out under the sweltering Massachusetts sun and came forth with a story about Godwin, and h's possible effects on the Yankees. i Greeted with Acclaim "No stragglers, no alibis and only the of hopes greeted Clipper Smith as his football Yanks checked in at Danvcrs for training, and of the 47 men to report the cynosure 1 of all eyes was Bill Godwin, center from down Johnny Saln's way in Arkansas.. This is a new phase in Ted Collins* noble experiment with the grid-play-tor-pay brigade: it could be that Godwin will lead the Fenway Park Fall tenants into the promised land," the article read. Carcns went on lo tell the importance of a good cetiler to n football loam, and how the Yankee:! had Improved over a three-year period. Then in closing his article, said: "No Yank has come to Boston with a greater build-up. H all began All-Stars Down Champions By 7-2 Margin R. Garibaldi Signed for Mat Encounter Ralph Garibaldi, a 20<l-noum nippier of the Memphis circuit, wil make his initial appearance before Blythcvilic funs Monday nifjlit wliei he teams with Roy Welch in a win ner-take-all lag -match with Bil Canny and Buck Lipscomb. Mike Meroney, the regular rin official, will be just another spec tator of the match and another rcf crcc will bo appointed for Ihc tir.vtcl Meroney gave as the reason (or his not appearing in the ring Monday niijht "because of a request made by Canny." The HUB official for the- fracas will be announced later. Garibaldi, prominent throughout the Memphis circles as a very scientific wrestler, is a veteran of the grunt and groan business. lie has appeared with Welch on several occasions in the Memphis rins hut never in the local ring. Monday night's match will l>e fi. n life-long friend. Scribbled at the, |,| no( | .due to an ill-fe.-lii!" that top of the article was a note writ- : | las been rc-lBiiileil between Welch len by Godwin which read, "Just a; atlll canny. The two winners of the little write-up that was in the pa- 1 affair will receive their opponents play e de- .side of the line .so well last August that the Hams' attack was ruined, and he also got added quips from Leon Culbcrson and Johnny Pesky that Bill was "dynamite". Tough part was that Godwin was on the Cardinals' negotiation list and had agreed while in service to with the Scahawks. in case I cided to play pro ball." "The Yanks cleared that angle by getting Cardinal "rights" in the deal thnl \ook Doris Dimanchel away from iierc. Even then there was no certainty that Godwin woult capitulate, but on his third jaunt I to Blythcvlllc. Ark., the blandishments of Scout Al McCoy broke through the objections of Big Bill, whoso 240 pounds arc.', now at work for the Yanks." A copy of Carens' article was sent by Godwin to Frank Whitworthi ud Col. Jim Wilson of Montgomery, la, -it 1:00 p.m.l Starti 1:30 p.m. iMst Time Today "VALLEY OF FEAR" with Johnny Murk IJrown ;incl Ilaymrnul Hut ion Scri;il; 'Tost Oily of the Jungle** Also Shorts Saturday iMidnilu Show Starts 10:J5 p.m. 'Crime Doctor's Manhunt' witli W:mier liaxtcr anrl Ellen Drew nml Sliort mnfl Mnndftt 'Partners in Crime' with l.nm ami Aimer Paramount News LI ml Sliort per. relief. Jim Bnsby. for nine hits, Mu:ii;cr himself drivini; h\ I wo runs \viVVi n double 11 ml n slivato- TIiP Fission Eravr.s pushed a- c»os5 {NO runs ir. tho intn i»nin™ (f> ht?nt thr No'.v York GmiH;;, 7 to 5, and (Iron iHr Ginnts from losinp; in reguliitinn time, bn', Jolinny r. opo'.^ s(HieL',:o bunt- nntl Pi-f\nk NVcConulck'5 single <lrnvn in the two brave talWor. i]i Hie I0th. CSyde ^hoiin nml C'nrrnco * llonkt loll hnth np|>e:inr.£ in iTHof, \vcrc tlio winning nncl losing pitchers rcspcc- Uvely, Aidfd bv B3)l Nicholson's HtV liotncr nnrl In- a Irip-c piny, tlic Chic»co CitUs boat Cincl\\nati j^nrt E- \voU !31ack\vc31. 2 to 1. Nicholson's Mnasli, cotiiinc; \vitn otio out in the Ht'n Inning, cos'. ElarkwcH his third piivit:tit. ciolo'it an:i UMVO LcfLy .Johnny Echm:!/ hi 1 * seventh win. Lr:i Mci-uHo an si Kd Wniihns en- cincci'cd i 'in 1 riplc p'fty. \\*'i'T<?n, with men on nnt^ second. Mcr- nllo rnnght n line <h*tvp. .siopprd on ?cronri lor tvcn tui. anrt tnvcw lo \'Tttiu3s for tht* third. The Bn:,!i.n Fed -Sox took over ccnud ntuce iu the Aiuoru-;iu rnc liy boa tin;* (he Yntikr^.s. 0 lo i. white the Detroit Timers \\cre. osinj: to the \vhilr Sox, 4 lo 2. Mnrrc!! Jniifs. Bobby n:)on*. and i m Mclr Ic'ri I'n.s' cui \vilh htnnct'5. RucJy York IK a* hi.s nkl m-ilcs. .he Timers, with a two-run homer i the 10th ii.-iim:. r I1ir C'lnvdni'.c! ln:!i:ms nindr four Nashville smothered Little UocS n the first "t^ame of a Lwin-oill in UUle Tta:k. winning 8 to Q^l nind Pete -Mallory's two-hit ch'U;S- ins in the abbreviated fray. . The Vols climbed on two Pco- blc twirlcrs for 15 hits and seor« five of tlieir tatlics in the flrsi Iraine, scndins Yclovic to the Pet ... In the nightcap, youn? Bob Rush followed through with another brilliant pitching perfonn- ri)lci , _ allowing the Rocks only three binglcs as Die Vots made a clean swccji 4 to 2. Bill Evans and Milo Jolinson Uvirlcd for the Pebbles witu Evans bcitii; charged with the loss. All series are resumed toni'ihl. Ohioan Leading Field Is Esmeralda Golf Meet These units arc reconditioned strictly in accordance with factory 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 —conic 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. iu oi\c itv. t\vo \vnlt\:> Louis Urowns. -1 ;i if> ijca' the St to ]. Ailrn Ot'Uel S'.trr to b- the win- Kinder, ivlr-) surren- runs, w.ts the lor-rr. SPOKANE. \Vi\sVl., <\lli;. 0. <UP> — Herman Kpisor, veteran Akron. O., profcssionnl, held a two-stroke lend on the ficUl Uiclny as Goltdnm's big guns Iced nff on the home stretch of tlic S10.000 Esmcnilria O]icn golf tournament. With two rounds bc-liiml him and two more to go. Keiser h:id 134 strokes on his card six tinder par for 36 holps and two strokes ahead of his co-medalist, lien Hognn of Hershcy. Pa. Second place wns n throc-w.vy lie bslwccn Hogan, who went one over par yesterday. Etl Ftircol. Pontiac, Midi,, and Ted Npist. little-known Walla Walla, Wash., pro. All-Star hnrlors Jack Whittle iind Ted Fisher turned back the City Softball hcague champions, the Sa- tiba Wholesalers with three hits the league's honor team waltzcti to a 7 to 2 victory over the pennant winners, at Walker Park last night IL was easy going all the way foi the All-Stars as they slammed the offerings of J. C. Whittle and Har- Dorris. SiOtba hurlers, all ovei park. Mnrlin Griffin. Loy Eich r ? atchcr supplied the game's long st blow with a fifth inning home: o deep center field. Jack Whittle suited ou the hil ir the All-Stars and in the fou nnings that he worked, lie gav ip only two hits, an JIT field sinpl by Roy Hon in the first frame an •\ single by Andy Bcvjl in the ssconc Fisher took over the mound duties the fifth and gave up only one lit in the remaining three- innings, mother single by Andy Bevil in Uic seventh Irame. Salihas Only Scores in 4th Both of the Saliba runs were unearned i>m\ came in the fourth hi- . niny when catcher J. B. Williams I threw wildly to third oasc in an effort to pick Son LedheUcr off the b:i£. The throw sailed aU tlie t way (• t left field and al-nved Led- beller and Andy Bevil to score. J. C. Whittle, the regular hurlcr for the Hays Grocers, received the starting mound, assignment and was credited with the loss Tor giving up seven hits nncl six runs in three innings. Harvey Dorris took over the ruovuui duties in the fourth Ivame ami was tabbed with four hits and a run in the remaining three innings. Fn n preliminary game the Fit/,pa trick Jewelry Store girls team was shut-out G to 0 by the stroncr Humko All-Stars of Memphis. Fuble. the All-Stars' ace huricr gave up only one hit in the seven innin; affair. Margie Uevil, the Jewelers hnrler. singled sharply to left field in the third Inning for the Jewelers' only binglc. BASEBALL STANDINGS SOUTHERN LEAGUE w. ; Mobile Mew Orleans Nashville Jhattunooga . .. Ataliiln . . ... v .. Birmingham .' .. Meniijhh . Little Hock 75 73 G3 (il 58 . 53 •il .593 .529 .5011 .492 .481 cut of the gate receipts as their bounty. Preceding tthc bloody main event will be two one-fall preliminary matches. Garibaldi ami Canny will pair off in the first match and Welch and Lipscomb will tangle in the second. Starting time is 8:15. AMERICAN New York .. Detroit, Boston . Philadelphia Cleveland . Washington Chicago . .. St. Loui'i LEAGUE W. L. CD 30 •10 . . 45 .. 41! .. 30 NATIONAL LEAUOE W. L. Brooklyn St. Louis Now York Bosltm Cincinnati Chicago -18 Pittsburgh -M Philadelphia 40 05 59 55 56 51 Yesterday's Results SOUTHERN LEAGUE Memphis 4, Chattanooga 2. Nashville 8-4. Little Rock 0-2. Mew Orleans 6. Atlanta 1. Mobile 12, Birmingham 11 (14 in- ninys). AMERICAN LEAGUE Boston !), New York G. Cliiciigo 4, Detroit 2. Cleveland •!, St. Louis 1. Washington at E'hiladelphia, rain Osceola Semi-Pros To Play Forrest City .44.-, OSCEOLA, AllB. D. — The Os:".333 ola Intlianr, will invatlc FOITC*;' Ci'.y tomorrow t.ftcraoon for n name wi!h the Fovicst City Giants. Steve Pet. Ralph, manager of tlic Indians a:i- X,yt nounced today. .535 Ralph stated that he- was is yet .530 undecided as to the starling iiur- .510 ler in tomorrow's tilt but in .\\\ .479 probability it v.-ill be either Paul .459 Blackwoort or Lefty Alexander. .457 , , ' ;Alabaman is Favorite In Southeastern Meet COLUMBUS. Or,., ,M1S. 3. (UP) * Press Thornton of Dothnn. Ala., a member of the LouUinnn State University leiiin became the hot favorite today in the Sondicastcrn Invitational Golf Tournament by virtue of his one Up in 19 holes triumph over defending champion Tommy Barnes of Atlanta. Joining Thornton in quarter-finals were George Hnmer of Columbus, Jack and Sonny Swift of Columbus, Bob Lowry, Arnold Blum, and Gardner Dickinson of Mnc.ou RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. .356 Pet. .607 .573 .55fi .533 ,4li8 .-162 .419 .385 Last Tim* Today "HOPPY ENTERS" with Hnp;ilnii£ t'assidLiy Cartnnn and Hlli Cluiplcr »t "Manhunt nf Myslery Island" Saturday Owl Show 'WOLF CALL' with John Carroll anil iVInvila and Short Smulay and Monday ner. and Ellis dcvcd nil four niirlu K:unr in the Amrnran t.r.iuue was }>c.s',ponrcl tai ai-fount'of rain. Yrslpvilny's Star -- Gcnvuc M\m- !'0r of thr Pt. Louis Cards who II-.VP up on!v t!ire^ hits \\Ucn he shut out Ihc ['ittslnsrjjli i-irates. Semi-FirmJs in Easter/i Net Mccf Get Under VVoy SOUTH CHANGE. N. J.. AMI:, fl. <Ui*' -The men's ^iiicl:\; sfnu-fin-ils in Ihr Kastrru Courts tennis because nf rain, wore rc^chcxlulccl for Loctay with Tc<l Schrocrtrr meeting Bill Tnlbcrt nnti Oardnar Mulloy facinR I3nl) Fnlkctibnrv;. Margaret Osbornr of Ran Francisco ami Louse. Brniiuh nf Ilrvcrly Hills, Calif,, advanced to JUlr linnl round antV will inert today for the title Jnck Kramer n\wl Schvtird^v. U. S. IEMG Davis Cup aces, upended Krnn- ci.=;co (Pancho> Sc^ura of Krun and Enrique Mnica of Argentina, in U\o hard-foiiRht sols, fi-1, 7-5. and Ron McNeill of Verona. N T . J.. oud Frtmk Guernsey of Orlando Fla., topped Giinlncr Liuiied ot Chicago and Bernard nartxcii of S:m AiiRdo. Tox.. 8-6. G-^. Committee to Decide On Site for Stadium LTTTLR HOCK. Ark-, Aut,'. 0 (UP» — AI- Inst t]\rcc 'Arkatisn, cities pinttucd Iticlay to lay t'»'i bids for the SI HOC.000 war memorial stndiwn before Eho .slndrm conmussion meetrng here with Gov Ben Lancv. Little liock, Korth U!tle f^ and Hot -Sr-riri^s have rai.sfil Ttutory $'250.ORO as a prcru<]\'isit bidcii/p;. b\it I hoy are hoiciin der \vrnjw what other concev INTERNATIONAL'HARVESTER 312 SOUTH 2»P ST, PHONE863 INTERNATIONAL < Trucks CITY LOANS Repayable in Small Monthly Installments Low Interest Rates Quick Service '"^ BLYTHEVILLE FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION T 24 W. Ash St. Phone 3545 NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn 5, Philadelphia 0. Chicago 2, CinclmiaU 1 til in- inrjsi. St. Louis fi, Pittsburgh 0. Boston 7, New York 5(10 timings). Today's Games SOUTHERN LEAGUE NijOit games: Chattanooga at, Memphis. nt Little Rock. •Mobile at Birmingham. New Orleans at Atlanta. NATIONAL LEAGUE Boston at New York. Philadelphia at Brooklyn. Cincinnati at Chicago, two. HUsburgh at St. f.:>uis, nijhl. AMERICAN I.KAGUE New York at Boston. Washington at Philadelphia. St. Ijoui:; at Cleveland, two. Chicago at Detroit. For Sals Rebuild 8-ft. Hus.sman Meat Dis- Displny Case complete with new ;oils and comnres.sor. Delivered intl installed with ninety day junrantec a ml frL'c service. $565 De!! Refripenition C'o. i W. Main !'h. 22fiO sions they \vill make Inr Uio nth tic arena. It is not known if West Memphis — me.iutoncd earlier ns a possl bidder — hmi raised Ihc money n: ir it will make ii bid. Clean Reconditioned USED CARS Await Your Selection at SH ELTON Motor Company 119 W. Ash Phone 438 BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING I.OWKST ADMISSION PRICE ANYWHERE! Reserved Seals on S.vic at U»c lAJgion Arena from 6 p. rn. Every IHortilay ki j A 1 -| (Tax Tnclntlcd) Monday, Aug. 11 nOX SKATS 15c. EXtUA TAG MATCH RALPH GARIBALDI and ROY WELCH versus BILL CANNY and BUCK LIPSCOMB ALSO 2 1-fALL, 30 MINUTE MATCHES Ralph Garbaldi Roy Welch vs. vs Bill Canny Buck Lipscomb New Theater Manila's finest Shows EVERY NIOHT Matinee Saturday * Sunday Boi Oiwos We«U «»y« »:•» »•' B»».-5uil. 1 »."- Cont. 'Thunder in the Desert' IU)1) A Horiuljlic Viirtiirc widi Slrt'tc ;iml J.onisr. S Splcclwl Shorts Saturday Owl 'BLACKMAIL' A KciiuWic riclurc with Kdward O. Kobinson and Uutri llwssty Also Slior's Sunday and Monday 'CHEYENNE' with nir, Morsan and .'ana \Vyman * Also SluM-ls

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