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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 12, 1947
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TUESDAY, AUGUST 12, & (ARK.T COlrtttER Garibaldi, Welch Win Tag Tangle Canny and Lipscomb Play Villain Roles But- Lose Decision 'V Officials Agree on 3-Game Elimination in Softball Series •Kill Canny and Buck Lipscomb met their downfall at the hands of Ftoy Welch ana Ualph 'Garibaldi last night at the legion Arena find none of l-he fans appeared sorry that the la;; mat"h ended as it did. Playing the villain roles with I'AiMo, Canny and I.ipseumb displayed one underhanded (rick after another and though they woii the second fall. (: ot no farther than that. Tin- match opened rough and stayed that way till the lust pinning. Lip^cD!!.-!) was hard to break, as us- u;*l, and e.ave Ihe referee si bad liiije, ii.s usual. Referee last night was Fioixl I3yrd. VHerun Hiaunaii Irrni niriniiig Ala. M'kc 'Meronoy spent Hie evening at the ringside ami even so. Canny felt he ;vas aiicgctlicr too near to the mat iii'ocei'dinss. Canny took time out yt several points to nmm- l)le and glare in Mike's dircclion. At one pcint, lie ihished across tlie iii!;j and \vii,)i malice aforethought, fitompcd Mike's hat, which was ly- iiiK on the edge of the mat. The four yrai ; ;>!eis were in and out of the rin^ like rabbits and partners were sv,'ap])«l as alien as I rinht ITOEKPS. Lips.-oinl) sni-nt ir.ost of his Imi3 •JeinoiistratiiiK the latest in •Uran- Kulation i)rc^cedii.''e : ; and this .sparked several frce-fcr-alls. He didn't last innn in tlie Uvst tall, though and newcomer Garibaldi— who is no f;Iou:li at wrcsnlitif: ousted him a!- fer the first three minutes witli n deadly -.Japanese leg lo?};. Alter ;>. yliij-jiii;; d.vel between Welch and Canny. Garibaldi put the flushing touches on the re- mainini; foe, again itsiiiK the .Jap le;; lu:k. Fail timtr was K) minutes. The second fall v;ar, a swift spcc- lacle of four--.vay righting. t\vo- on-onc maneuvers by Canny and l.ipscainj) and much assistance given lioin prtrtner.'i otitside the ropes. 'Welch \vent fivst in tills .sU\H7.a as l:i]isc:oir.b got MIC pin. Garibaldi held liis own against the two for a .short while hat the odils were against him and Canny pinne^l the big Italian after a kr,-.i:kdosvn. Tlie second liill went l~> 'Tinntes- Tlie deciding lull started off with a tone' and a treo-for-all. A second frec-'or-ali wasn't long in coming and exjitcdcd w'neu Lipscomii .spent too much time on Garibaldi's windpipe to suit Roy Welch. When the smoke cleared, Welch and Canny were battling and it wasn't. Ions heltte the OklnUoman. i.rxlv platnineti and pinned "Wild Willie." 'Ijipscomb was soon felled oy the combined blo.l's of Garibaldi and - Wc:lcii, : v.'itii the former's Jap le' tr . : wiiinhi!; the fail alter IB min- P)ay 111 the City Softball Lenutie's*- [lost-season play-off which opens at Walker Park tonight, has been changed from single rllmlunllon to best two out of three games. It was announced this morning by J. P. Gnrrott, secretary of the Blytheville VMCA. the sponsors of the league. The revision of play was made At a meeting of the managers of the four teams participating in the. play-off in the V rooms yesterday afternoon, he said. Under the new 8874^0-1 set-up It will be necessary for one team to win two games of a tlu'ce- gume series with another team bo- fort It can advance to the Jinn! round, Gnrrotl stated. The play-off system was changed to give encli team an even break by allowing them to play more games, he said. The original plans for the post-season series would eliminate a team when it was defeated the first time, except in the championship series which was to be best two out of three games. The schedule for the opening round of the play-off will find the BASEBALL STANDINGS SO1ITHKIIN Mobile New Orleans Nashville . . Chattanooga Atlanta . ... Birmingham Memphis . .. Little Rock . I.KAGUB W. L. Pel. IS 4« .CIS 74 r.s .592 (53 CO til r,u 42 NATIONAL I.KACUK .MO .•ISO .48B .455 .331 Brooklyn St.' Louis New York Boston Cincinnati Ciiicn-',o Pittsburgh Philadelphia . .... AMKItlCAN -New 'York Boston Detroit Philadelphia Cleveland Chicago Washington St. Louis W. iiO 02 . 57 . 58 M . SO w 70 4!) f>0 40 38 L. Pel. .HOC .570 .553 .537 .109 M'J .413 When Emery Thomas holed an ace at the Forcsl Hill Field Club, Blooinficld, N.J.. Iho professional rewrote the statistical history of the Ncsv York World- Telegram holo-in-onc tournament, mutle the odds against the execution of such M shot 8874- o-l. :Pct. .MB .54H .535 ,5111 .•IflO AM .451 32 Women Begin Western Amateur Golf Tournament EVANSTON, Til.. Aug. 12. (UP) — U|.iols were expected t ( xlny ns y> 01 the best women golfers" in the u! ;s. Tn the first ]irelim. Wi-loli dcleat- etl L'lisccnib in 15 minutes usiiu; n stfi:o\ei- tee hold. Canny took a sai-p-ise win over Garibaldi in the second prolix ailer a six-minuto j;t;-romul. Yesterday's Results SOUTHERN LKAOUK Memphis 4, Nashville 3. Chatlanooga to. Little Rock 3. Atlanta C. Mobile 3. Birmingham 4, New Orleans 1 NATIONAL IiKAXUlK St. Louis 3. Chicago 1. New York 3, Philadelphia 0. Cincinnati tj, Pittsburgh 3. Only games scheduled. AMERICAN U'.AGUF. Chicago.5-4, St. Louis 2-8. Detroit i at Cleveland, night. Philadelphia 3, New York 2. Boston 1. Washington 0. Suspended Pro Football Player Leaves tor Canada] HAMILTON. Out . Aug. 12. (UP) —Prank Kilchnek, suspended from American pro'epKional football for failure to report a briue attempt, has been signed by the Ifnmi! Tigers of the ni P your Canadi-in fjotbnll league. Today's Games .SOUTHERN U-:AGUE NiE-ht Games Nashville at Memphis. Chattanooga at Little Hock. Mobile at Atlanta. New Orleans at Birmingham. Crackers Defeat League Leaders But New Orleans Pels Lose Opportunity to Gain in Standings ATLANTA. Ga., AUK. 12. (Up) — Tull righthander Harliey Cook, veteran of cntupalgns \vil-h three-Southern Association Clubs, could hnve been a little peeved nt his former leaimimtes. the New Orleans Pell- cuns today. C'ook, oblnined by Allanlii from New Orleans earlier Mils season in exchange ror'Qeorge nielli, .sentU'r- cil 11 mix l-.iRi nttihl us the Crackers defeated the league-londlni; Motile Bears 0 lo 3, here lo glvo the M'l-ond place Pelicans n golden opportunity lo rimb to within two famsx <il first pluce, Put the Poiirans -lacing iDlrmlng- hcm in SliiBtown—were baffled by Alex Kellner, a big sonllipaw from TUSCOII, Ari/vwho still wears n ten I'.iillon oil his days oft. Kc'.lucv gave up only two hits as Ihe Humus Icok u 4 lo I decision. In other games. Memphis Vdyed Nashville 4 lo 3 In a series opener and ChaUunoouu climbed higher in the standings by licking Ullle Hock 1C to 3. In Ihe Pellran-Craeker fray, 11 wns sturdy Charley C'rloek who gave C'ook his third viclnry in an Atlanta uniform. Jfe previously wor seven for the Pelicans tills year Glcck blasted n three-rim honie-r in the sixth.Inning which touched otf u rally Ihul netted two more Cracker lallies in the seventh. l-'rank Laga. nee Bruili subnuirln- er, was charged wilh the loss and Itoy WJiltaker and Joe Powers fin- ismxl the yume. for Mobile. In Birmingham, only Kcllner':; brilliant, mound perfouimiici: saved the day for the 'Barons. The Slag- towners tagged three New Orleans Uvirlers for six hits—and wero. lucky to bunch them for runs. Pel Manager Fred Walters used Pete Mod- k-a. Walt Siaotn and Harry Kim- Ijerlin. •Nvishvillc . stcmdhys this season bested lliek Hoover, young southpaw fresh from Jersey City, in the Football Days Are Here Again Cards Slash Brooklyn's Lead To 3 Gomes; A's Beat Yankees ia',lon_tcc<l off in first round match play of the -nth annnnl Women's Western Amateur Golf Tournament at, the Evanslon Golf Club. , | There was only an eight-stroke iread bclwec-.i the best an<t the poorest in the in-hob qnr.iifylng play yc.steuiay, .-.mi an otr day for any or Ihe stars miglit mean defeat. Today's pairings matched the top 1C scores in ounlilying with Ihe lowest 1C. hut in no match did the leader have more than a six-stroke edge in the qualifying round. Tims several good scrap;,* wore indicated. The lop match was expected lo be-between -Mary McMillin. Wisconsin state champion from Green Bay who fired an 80 nunlilying score, and Dorothy Kirby, Atlanta. -.1)10 had an 34. Miss McMillin was [ni:mr-i-up to Lcuise Suggs for Ihe estern Amateur crown last, year vhilc Miss Kirby loSt lo her rellow jeorgin player in the finals or (he Western Open last June- ti'.!, nt Memphis. Sc'hercr gave up eight blows. iniliKlliii: a two-run homer hy George Byum—another former 'Pelican, mid Pi.iover wns ta^cd for nine safeties. G'halUmoosa's plate power showed in streniith »(• Ulllc Rock us Uu; 'Lookouts nnimdcd two Pebble twirlors for 1C blows, including n two-run homer by galloping. Gil Coim who is-lhrealcnUii; New Oilcan;;' Al Flair for home inn honors. The 'Rockers garnered only .seven hits off Bill Kennedy's portside slants as they bowed miserably. The Di:kcy crew yjp.s charged with three errors. Milo Johnson was the loshiB pitcher. IA1I series are resinned tonight. Hy ('OK vi-:i,ms it VAN. Uidti-il I' Sports Writer NEW YOKll. Alia Vi. (Ul 1 ! — There wns no cheer for tlie lirook- lyn PoclBi'i-s today In the .score of last nlgln's Cni'dliinl-Oub game, won by St. Lonfc. 3 lo 1. but the truly UMI nrws for the Dotigers didn't shdiv iiv the score. The runs thai didn't come Home wore lite ti[i-mr to the Brooks llml t will be a tough Sc|)lemlier. St. Lmiis. ofi lo a 3, lo (1 lead on cxlrn-lHise slugging In the early linings, snw Chicago come buck with nil eolith-Inning homer hy ., Anrty Pnfko, with none on base. In | Tig' tlie ninth IJob Sehelfing 0|H.'iictl for-Chicago wllli a single and Hill Nicholson doubled him lo third base. Then Hurry Creclicen, often called the gmiteit clulcli pitcher in baseball, and the Cardinals, the ed 10 hits, three hy Mclc. Hoslon I pulled to wllhl'i M"_- games of New -The Ploy in Tennis Tournament to Begin Friday Young ftet Star 'Defeats Frank Parker in Newport York. The Yankees, still wavering dcs- plle lelnrii of Joe UimiigKlo to Ihe llno-lip. were heaten-by the I'hiln- ilnlplilii Athlelle.s. :( to 2, Rookie., Hill McCalnni Kcalcercd seven Yank, hits, stranding nine Now York I'miner.s, and I'.ot oCCi>iislv« suppoit from Ham Ghi'.pniai.'s iiiiiner nml Pete Slider's two run triple. Detroit bent C'levelnnd, 3 to 1, although oiithll. by the inainiis. nine l» sis. A «-nlk, t\ slni-le, a sncrlfice and two onls gin'e l!ie :crs ivyo 1-iin.t off Mel Hurdei 1 In the second Innini; mid Vlrftll Tniol's protected the lead. Lou Moixlienu luul Ciimigu Kcll fcolh went liitless ami stayed tied fi'i 1 the U'ligite tini! leml at .:i:i(i. limly York hit two home rims, one In each g.mie. as (lie White ncver-sny-<llc lenm. showed their'.Sox and SI. Lonl.< Drowns divided mettle. The next three Cub bat-1 a donbleheaclcr. Chicago won tin NATIONAL f.EAGUK Chicago at St. Louis. Pittsburgh at Cincinnati. New York at Philadelphia. •Boston at Brooklyn, night. AMKRICAN MC.-.GUK Washington at Boston. St. Louis at Chicago, night. Detroit at Cleveland (21, night. Only games scheduled. Tractor Parts-— And Internationa! Machinery Parts! E-iectric and Acetylene ELDING DON"! 1 WAIT . • . DON'T KISIC BHEAKAGEt Ue- placo, worn |>nvls now and save valuahlc lime during harvest soiison. NOW—i.s the lime lo ready your equipment for fat]. Hriiij? it (o our shop for complete inspection and repair work KKFOKK you actually need use of it. K\- perl fucloi'.v-tvaincd mechanics at your service, l.ihcial Credit Terms on All Ucpair Work INTERNATIONAL ' HARVESTER 3/2 SOUTH2OPST. PHONE 863 \ NEWPORT. R. I., AUB. 12. (UP) —Prank Park'ir's hopes or mnklng the 1947 Dm'is Cup lunnt.s team | were virtually ;-»0]i-cxistcnt tn',':iy Another stiff Jighl wns promised as n result of his stunning upset i>etwi'rn Grace Lertczyk.. who lives at tlie Hands ot young HcrWc Plnm ("o far Bust In be eligible for the yesterday In Hie Newport, invlta- Wosiern, rcgislered from Muskc-, tionnl lcnnl,<i luiinianiciit. il in order in compete. The three medalists for the qual- round nl 18 Tiffin. O.. Beverly Hanson, Fargo. »N T . D.. JUKI Mai-yaret Gnnlher, Meni])his, Teii-.i., each haci :i si.x- strokc edge 0:1 loday'.s rival. I/>.s AiH;cle5 youngster only recently gnu'Mulef 1 from the jm:- Carol Diriti^er, ior tanks, \i|)crult(l Uie former national singles champion from the Siiirc cily. U- 1 ?. 11-0. Parker's defeat, foliowin? Oiirdniir Mulloy's loss to Ted Schroedcr In tlie Eastern gniss courts tourney -Sunday, indicnted I hat Schroedcr nml national chainpitni Jnck. Kramer ot Los Angeles would lie forced to carry the load alone when the U. ieat'iio-champion Saiiha Wholosal- crs meeting Owens llrug in the first UHIMI; in 8 o'clock toni;;iit with the Sam Johns Smokehouse Buys play- ' ing Loy Eich in the ni(;htcap. Play j S. defends the Davis Cup at FOr- will he resumed Thursday night ( est 'Hills, beginning Aug. 30. with Ine same four teams meeting \ Frnmusco (Punclio) SoBxiro. of "n_tler Ihe same schedule and they Ecuador moved up by beating Ber- ters went down easily nud tlie runners dleil on base, Tlie Curd victory cut Brooklyn's lead lo llir^e gutiies. ns the DoiUjers uncl urnvcs took a ilny (iff and wns £51. Louis' llth triumph in Vi Climes since Brooklyn swept n series at St. Louis. The New Tforh Giants, who do not accept Ihn popular theory that they nre out of pciinnnt contention, dumped the Phillies, :i to 0. iilthoiiKh tlml Icat tines not Indicate pennnnl c'lillbcr. Dave Koslo ullowixl five hits In taking l.iie shutout, which wns (he second »uf- h-rtd by the 1'hlls In ivvo Mi/e' t'Ati-run double, followed by Wlllard Marsliall's single, produced the New York runs. ic Gulan. a Brooklyn castoff. walloped a Brand slam homer to lead Cincinnati to an 8 to 3 win over Pittsburgh, driuly Ilntton, young third baseman, also enjoyed the nlKht hugely, Betting n home run, triple and two doubles In his first four trips. The Pirate pitcher, dually getting wise, walked Ilntton the fifth trip. Karl Johnson'.-; three-hit pllchtni; and Siime. Mele's home run combined for » I to 0 Uoston Ued Sox victory over Washington. Mickey flaefner, the losing Iiurler, allnw- oijL'iior, 5 to a. on York's tl\rce-run homer In Ihe st\e-iith liming. St. I-ouls won the jceond iiaiue, a lo with n l-l-hl. nt.l;ii-k. Yesteiday'K F'.nr — Rookie »IH McCnhnn of tli<! Athletics, who I whljiped the Icadlnu New Yoric Yankees for fit second Ume in five days and nl'.owed only ,s(?ven hits' In tnklnj the 3 lo ',! decision. lll.vthevlllo V'H city lonnls loiirnamenl -will'Bel iiiulorway 'Frl- dmy with first round mutches In ft! divisions sliiU'il to be puiycll Fri- dny. 'fjitturiliiy nn ( |/ Sundny, J. Oai'i'ott, .si'ere'tnry-of tJic ulylhcvllla YMOA nml .sniiurvlsur of the cvcm announced today. • • • • • The Ueinili-.ic for wil,i-y Into U» iGiirniimeiil has iicrn set UK In morrow, aarroU.snJd, with pairing: •In be ininounced •'I'luu'.'idav. Qnrral ui'itediillHcnnlK plnversln this vl l(y to rcRlster for tile loiiimiy by lo morrow so tlml pahinns can bi completed. He "Issued n. special nppenl I Klrls 15 yujits of UHR and^youn^c ns very Ullle Interval Is being show by girls o[ this URC, he sftld. "Un less we liiivi an Inllnx of entranl touionow. there will be no Junto girls division In the toll run I. he siUd. Scni'o of Uie troubles lo be awnr'i! ed lo winnerfi In ixll briickt'Ls liny •iirrlvuit mid the arrival-of the olhnrs Is expuclcd before the tourney 'uel.'i nnderwas 1 . he said.. Trophies will be nwnrdod lo first and second place wlmieis In the sln«le5 imd doubles division of each brncket. Read Courier News Wnnl Ads. bou'ke'ys "live" twice ns Ion,} ns's. und this Is one of '..he reu- .':(ins lor their popularity in many sut'tlijiis of tho world. ATHLETES FOOT ITCH NOT HARD TO KILL. IN ONE HOUR, It not plcairtl, your 3fle bncVftt ttnj <tru« iilorp. TK-OI/, n STHOKO fun"lcU!fl. eon. In lu» On r (, nleoliol. IT I'ENRTRA'rFfl, Iffaetlfi MOI!K LOIIIIJ lo Kri.T. Iho llol: rhonV47i; Klrl.y Drue Htorf will play their third game, if necessary, Friday night. Championship play will begin next nard Bartxcn 11-8. of San Antonio, 8-G, Tuesday night with the winners of > i" Ihe opening series meeting in the ' first game of their three game sc-'J i ie.T. The second round of champion- • ship play will lie held on Thursday night of next week, and the third round, if nccsssary. on Friday night. At, yesterday's meeting it was also agreed that new officials would be employed for the play-off, Garrott stated, and I'nnt the games would he played strictly according to the rules drawn up by the National Softball Joint Rules Committee. Several men have been contacted in regards U> official inn the playoff games, he said. Hardware Mutual Insurance Company of Minnesota 1 Large Dividend Savings 1 Low Net Cost Protection • For Service | W. L. TAMKE ! 40* E. Kavls St., P. O. Kef 431 ' Phone 2487 BlJthfvllk-, Ark. YOU CAN BUILD NOW! Prc-Fab Sectional Government Buildings lire 2()-ri. v inO-ft. All in a-ft. sections. lioHcd. Roof section 5' x 12'- \Y:ills 5" x 7'. Floor K«C- tioii :",' x I(V. Sills. :i pit-cos 2" x S". Hnricrs 2" x -I" Trusses. Averiijjfi iiii'liidcs 20 windows, 2 doors. Kasy to (;ilic' ilov.n and |iul up. 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