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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1947 Memphis Horses Win at Osceola Magnolia Farms Entries Take Top Honors in Big Event By C1KOUGI-: C1.AHK (Courier News- Sports Kdilor) OSCEOLA, AUE. 11. — Show lioiM-s from the Magnolia Farms Maljles of Memphis copped lop money for their ouners in the rin- al night's competition of Osceola's Jaycce-siionsored iiflh aniuiulhor.se •'•how !lt the Osceola High School Athletic- Field here Insl night. Noted for their fine walking horsrs. Magnolia Farms can-icd off lop money hy their entries placing first, second, and third in the line p-gaited championship .stake and first place in Ihe fine harness division of last night's competition alter winning two first places and a second place in the opening nishl's program. Highland's Honey, a Ijcaitlifnl line harness mare, paced Magnolia c-nlrk-s by winning lop honors in Ihe fine harness event on both night's. Garland Bradshaw, tlie MaLlc's trainer, exhibited the mure <<n both nighl's program. Nellie pidgcon. exhibited bv Mr. Hratlsluiw and owned by Magnolia I'jirms. won tii|i honor!) in lasl night's three-galled championship stakes after copping the same honor in tbe three-nailed open competition Monday night. Illinois Exhibitor Wins Runner-up honors for the two- night event went lo John C. Dale, of Ml. Vernon, III., who liad several entries in the roadster, hackney, and Shetland and fine harness coniijclilioii. His entries won two first and two second places in last night's competition after wln- nhiir two firsts, two second and a Ihird in Monday niglH's events. Results ot last night's competition were: Jumpers — Pegasus, owned and exhibited by II. R. Bele'.v. .Jackson. Tenn,. first; Roma-B, owned and exhibited Ijy Junmie Exum, Jackson, Tenn. second; and Sunfhc. owned and exhibited by Mr. Belcw, third. Hackney championship stake- Dicklield's Mystic, owned and exhibited by John C. Dale. Ml. Vernon. ML. first; Pleetwood Reveler, owned and exhibited by Mrs. John C. Dale, .second; Carnation Flash, owned and exhibited by Mrs. Ester lleimer, Marion, ill., third: and Duke of Bi-aishfield, owned and ex- hibiled by L. E .vViKemle, Sandoval, ill., fourth. Pive-gaited amateur only one entry, chami:. exhibited by Charlie Cameron and ov:ned by Ewing Friedman, Paragould. Ark. Shetland Harness — Miniature Maid, owned and exhibited by John C. Bale. ML Vernon. III., first; Wee parade, owned and exhibited .by Mrs, .John. O... Daje, second: Silver Queen, owned' nnd exhibited by L. E. McKinzie, Sandoval. Ill, third: and Hint!", owned and exhibited by Mrs. Ester lleimer, Marion. III., fourth. Northeast Arkansas pleasure class — Order's Jolly, owned by J. H. McCrary, Forrest City, exhibited by Helen McCrary. first; Delta Dnll. owned by E. F. Still. Blytheville. exhibited* by Eugene Still, .second; and Cyclone, owned by Will C. Terry. Cleveland. Miss. exhibited bv Douglas Stanford, third. .Walking stallions nnd Holdings — Glorious Black Allen, owned nnd exhibited by E. L. Burgess, Sherd]!, Ark., [irst; Hiram Walker, owned 1 BLYTHRVII.T.rc (ARK.)' COURIRR NR\VS Arkansas Boys In Hollywood Seeking Title HOLLYWOOD, Aug. 27. lUPI Sun Diego was regarded loclav as I lie team to beat in the American Lotion's "Junior world series" baseball evenl which opens a four-d.iv run tomorrow, The California nine, champion of the West, will be opposed by three 14-orn other sections of the country — Cincinnati. Manchester N H nnil Little Rock, Ark. ' ' " The four young teams will tangle in a. six or iwssiUly seven-gann so- rics. with two games to be n'aved tomorrow. 'Festivities start with the arrival today of Babe Ruth, u lc game's greatest Mlugger. Mltjoi . Tlelchn Bowron greeted him ul » Cilv Hall c-eremony. Members of the four ••scries" teams also were welcomed by the mayor. Rut], mccls wjtll of . ficials tonight for last-miiuite •»•- raiigements for the games Dr. Shotton Iiy Walter Wall. Greenwmvi MI...* exhiWted by j. n. tZm™*^: Mr. Mac, owned and exhibited bv Lemon Kint, Osceola, Uiird; and Cram's Black Ave. owned by J H Grain. Wilson, A rk.. exhibite<l' by Rnlph-IIensley. fourth Two-year old walking class _ Miss .Vfcu Gray, owned and exhibited by Charles Ore K oi-y. Scna- tobia. Miss., first; Ace's Silver I -u-c owned by Pa iron k Farms. Jackson' lenn, exhibited by Gene Grimes, second: Shirley Dale, owned by Homer Icduc, Aurora. Mo exhibit cd by Harold wise, third- a.i'l Jan Driver, owned by j. H. C r?i-i Wilson, Ark., exhibited by Ralph Hensley. fourth. Fine harness chiini])ionship slake- Ifielilands Honey, owned by M.v- iiolla Farms, Memphis, exhibilcd by Oarlancl Bradshaw, first- AS- uHI Knight, owned and exhibited by L. E. McKinzie. Sandoval ill second; and War Smoke, owned by Tip Top stables. Memphis, exhibited by Oscar Heinrich, third Walking championship slake — China Girl, owned by Fairoaks Farms. Jackson, Tenn.. exhibited by Joe Bobbett, first: Glorious Black Allen, owned and exhibited by E. I,. Burgess. Sherrill, Ark second; Owen Wilson, owned, by j M. Harrison, Winona, Miss exhibited by J. B. Smith, third: Mountain Gold, owned and exhibited by Harry Rodger.s. Hughes. Ark., fourth; Miss Pitty Pat. owned by C. G. Smith, Blytheville. exhibited by Harold Wise, fifth; and Mr. Mac. owned and exhibited bv Ben ton King, Osceola. sixth. Three gaited championship stake —Nellie Piclgeon. owned by Magnolia Farms, Memphis, exhibited by Garland Bradshaw. first Kalamara Delight, owned by Magnolia Farms exhibited by Everette Pidgcon Jr second; Mfirilyn Hill, oAiied b.v Magnolia Farms, exhibited by Ruth Mary Pidgeon. third; M|dni«ht ainse, , owned -and exhibited bv Martha Folk, Meni|)his, fourth- and Sunshine, owned and exhibited by •I- E. McKiiiKie. Sniicloval' lir fifth. " Roadster championsliip stake — Dark Mystery, owned and exhibited by John C. Dale. Ml Vernon. Ill first; Miss Bntciiclor, owned and exhibited by A. W. Laslcy Jackson. Tenn.. second; Volitlo'n owned and exhibited by L E McKinzie. Sandoval, UL. third- Kentucky Volo, owned and exhibited by Jack Rice, Little Rock, fourth- Dia- moiuj Scott, owned by Tip Top Stables, Memphis, exhibited b v Pat McLaughlin. lifth; and Black Magic, owned by Kcnzie Baker. Jackson. Tenn., exhibited by J. E. Bing- START ROLLING THOSE SLEEVES Ncnrly ;ihv;iys you'll sec a farmer roll up his sleeves when there is ;i hard problem to tackle. This Fall will lie no exception . . . (hat's why we say "Start IlolliiiK Those Sleeves Now!" Let's tfel thai vital farm e(|tiipment ready for the task it has to perform. You can't risk breakdowns at Ihe season's xcnith . . . so bring i( to us now for competent repairs. Kasy Terms Arranged! 3/2 SOUTH2»PSr. PAGE PiVK I, SS ! S-r^^^^ house^ Fervsecon i h-,^,;'-- V "''! ] '' f ' 1 ' J:l11 ' in KI>M * l' - '«'l.U.|i,l- _ ^>J.«.or^^as^in. l rMsjr<vainj{ museiilai- aches in his Jciis. Memphis Negro Pounded As Pirates Whip Dodgers 76 fo 3 IS liYAN (United I'ress S|iinl s \Vrltrr NRW YORK. Aug. 27. U)P, _ Individual baseball stuis linally had a chance for some attention today after a season of unprecedented emphasis on learn action Johnny Mine of the Giant:; with his prodigious home run feats has been the closest Ihint; to a consistent individual headline!The pennant races marked tm u . yesterday as the Dodgers. Cardinals and Yankees last and the Red Sox (jot only a split, so the spotlight went onto the individuals Mize led the headlines with his 41st and 42nd home runs. Ted Williams, with a minimum of fanlnre, ha.s climbed to the lop of the American League in hitting despite the defensive shift, and hi! three hits in seven tries in tiie doubleheader left him at .:«:! a 12-puinl lead over Lou Uumlreau or Cleveland. Harry Walker still led the National League with .34>J and Pete Reiser of Brooklyn was a distant second at .318. Most glory weiil lo Phil Marchildon, Athletic righthander, who had a .perfect garni- for eight, innings against Cleveland and lost a no-hitler in the ninth, then won Ilis 10th victory of the war \vitii a 121h-iiming double. Ill Brooklyn, the Dodgers didn't know whether they li:ui a new star or not Dan Bankhead, ->6- year-oid righthander who became the lirst Negro major le:u;uc pil- cher. His hurling was slnnimed [r,r 10 hits and eight runs in thri-e innings, but he iiimself retaliate.-! with a two-run homer. Pittsliui-gn walloped the Dadgers. Il> lo 3. making Hal Circus ' the icser and bringing l!ankhe:id on in the second inning. They drubbed him just a- hard, chasing him during the course-of a seven-run filth inning. Bank-head's homer came on his first major league at-bai. In justice to the Negro, it must be mentioned that Gregg and R?x Barney were hit just about tis hard, so the whole tiling may have been in the Hue bats rather than Bankhead's arm. St. Lonb stayed six games behind Brooklyn when Bill Voiselle stopped tlie Cards with three hits as Boston won. 5 lo L Mize's two home mns and two singles balled ill five runs as the Giants tripped the Chicago Cubs. T lo ii. Mb.e's iilnth-innim; single drove in two runs and won Hie game. Andy I'alko homered for Hie Cubs. The second game of the Iwin bill wn.s rained out. Cincinnati and Ihe I'hiis were idle. Marchildon had a perfect game against Cleveland unlll Ken Kcll- ner walked on a lllree-aild-l \o pitch, a close decision by umpire- Bill Yo.Kinlcy that inhaled Mnr- childon deeply. George Mclkovlch linally broke nplhe no-hlller wilh a one-out single in the ninth. , and scored after another single | and ah out. sending; the game into extra Innings. I'eic Siuler singled and Marchildon doubled in tlie I2th to give the A's a 2 to 1 victory. Paul Lehnor's single In Ihe ninth inning drove in the winning run as the last-place St. Louis Browns nosed the [irsl-]/lace Yankees, 4 j to :). 1 Detroit walloped the Hcd Sox, 12 to 1. and then the Red Sox walloped Detroit, 9 10 1. Williams batted in five runs in the second game with a home run. his 2(itli, and a double. Washington beat Ihe Chicago i Whit.? ;-:ox, -1 lo :), de..pite a double, two singles and two runs baited in I by Chicago pitcher Ed Lopal. Yesterday's Star — Phil Marchil- I don. Philadelphia Athletic pitcher ' who had a perfect game until the , eighth inning and a no-hitler until the ninth, and then doubled home the winning run in a 12- Inning. 2 to 1 conquest of Clcve- Pelicans Gain On League Leaders Only One Gome Behind Mobile As Southern Race Grows Hotter ATLANTA, Cla.. Ann. 27. (UPI- Ru lyliu-. u, win in an extra-lnnlnii nsl nUjhi while li'nnii«-lraillM B Moi M l ". >lv ," l " %l >' "lopped two Biunes lo Nashville, tin- New Orleans Pell- i-mis w-n-e within one name of Ihst place lo,;ay „,„[ |, 01 ,lng llu , lr ,,, k »ml Illlhtlni; spirit would hold out Ihe slim one-Ha me nini'Kln brouuht it,,. DlxU, ,| ll( , ( ,| |[|)j(l , (> while.li.,1 heat, after it had simmered Ilit-oii).), „„ uneventful two- weeks while (]„, Pels tried vainly lime iitui again to cut the lend to within sliikiny dislaiH'e. Hut with every dick of the lurn- slile now Hi,. | 00 |, js spiii,,), m , w iillendiinee records and fans are seeing wl 1;ll ,,,., v )„. ,,„, ,„., bl|]|| _ hit; battle m i,,,,p |,i.,toi- y , 'I'he IVIleiins Kiilned a full imme "»<l » hah lusl nlniii lo enl Ihe' margin fnun i wn , llu | „ ]lllU Bulm>iS| | to one only alter they faced alimisl • certain ,telem at Ihe hunds of the! I ClmlluniKi|;a Uiokouls for the second cmiMTuilve night. Tlu ' 'N»» is bioke a 1-1 He bv punching 'hire runs across In a big sevenlh Inning rally. Hut In "' «'iKli(li. (]„, Pels- who showed their frinhl by makhu. four errors --.mm-lK'd i heir rally wllh „ circuit elmit off ihe but of bi,; Al I'lair. Two runs came across Dial frame and ihe Bombers knollcd the ••"•<>'•<• i't -1-4 i,, , (u , ,,|,, u , wl(U „„: oilier tally. TWO nms lu (hl , (l , |1(|l incnnt victm-y. (| u> .|. George Di,.;.; j, nvc W11> , ,„ J]m Shea on ihe hill for Ihe numbers hi the nlnih and Shea was ||,,. winner. Kolaml Miller went (he roule for Ihe Liiokoiils, ulvlng m> 10 hits, one less than his males gai'm-rcd. In Nnslu'ine. Mobile battled three exlrn frames wllh Nashville before losing l In. first game of n twin bill •1 lo :i. The Veils bent down a near home run barrage lncliuUnu fuui 1 masteis Iiy r.n,i- ec shulm and Merv Connors and look advantage of two nriiin ei-iurs alleld. Pete Mlnner wns eliartinl wllh the loss nnd Fireman Neil Hiiulln got credll for Ihe victory. youthful Dick Conycr hcsled the Hut us in the nightcap fi to I alinosl sinBlchamled. allowiny t|,eni only four hits The Vols rappe<l three Mobile twlrlers for nine bluws-ln- ehiclmi; ii three run sui-fe In the ilhi-d. l(,,y Whllaker was cluir ( .,.d i with Ihe loss. I The Pelican-Hear squabble wns I seen as an almosl efiiml lilt—(he j !3eais bnuslliiii more effective nilch- 1 mi; and the advance "f youth light and vluor. New Orleans dell- nitety toasted experience ami hit- urn! nnd had a slight lulvnntnur in defensive [>lay. " In f.ittle Rock, the nihnlimhnin Uarons continued their hid for the iirM division by maeiii|. rclhi- Ixiun.l Litlle Hock 1 lo 2. Atlanta and Memphis were rained out in Memphis. All series ate resumed tonight BASEBALL STANDINGS KOm'HKRN I.HACillK W. L, I'd. Mobile tkl 5:t .1111) New Orleans nr> 51 .<!!:! Nashville 15 (I .| Mn Cliatlaiiooisi, TJ tm ;,n| Allama CO 70 .-I8!i lUrmliujham us 7.1 -m Meni|)lil9 |)| 7ti .||f, I.illle Itock -H j)7 npi NATIONAL LKAfillK Hrofiklyn St. 'ixiuls Boston New York Cincinnati Chicago . . I'lllsbmiih . Philadelphia W. I,. Pot. 71 411 .(III) I 70 rill .riliO j till M> .5111 ! 02 SO .nil! I (it) «'! .4721 r>5 (10 53 71 r>u n .411 .-127 .410 AMKKICAN l.HAC.lli: W ]j New York ............ 711 .|f, Hoslon ............... ij.i 55 Oelroll 1'hlladelphla Cleveland rri Wii.shlJiBlon St. Louis r>l 70 .Pel. ,(J:M .MO .517 .111:1 .-till Yesterday's Results SOUTHERN n:\mn: Allanlu u( Memiilils. rah). iJIrmlniihain •?. i.inie u 0 ck a. New Oi-leiins (I. Chnlliiiionitii -I. Nashville -l-r,. Mublle :t-I Hirst :nime 12 Imilniisl. NATIONAL i.t:,u:iii; PKlsbuiuli Hi, llrooklyn ;l. New York 7, Chleimo II iseroml Itame, L'nln). Uoston r>. .St. 1/iiils |. Only names. AMIIItlCAN MiACllK Delrolt 12-1, Huston 1-e-. Washlnulon 4. Cllli:n|io 3. SI. Ixnils 4. New York ;|, rhlladelphia 2. Cleveland I. Today's Games SOUTHERN I.KAflllK Atlanta al Memphis <;>.). lllrmlnuhum at l.lllle Kock. New Orleans at Cliatlaii<iO|;a Mobile lit Nashville iai. NATIONAL I.KA01IK Si. I.x>uls ill New York, nluht. Cincinnati lit lioslon, niuht. ChlciiBD at Brooklyn. Pittsburgh ut Philadelphia, nljihl. AMERICAN l.KAOUK New York at St. Louis. VViishiiiKton at Chlcaiio. Uoston at Dutroit 12). I'hilailelphla at Cleveland, nl|;hl Work to Start Soon on New Bleachers Coiishiicllon of a 200-foot :ill- sli'cl blwichei- seclion on tho East side of Haley 1'leld Is expected lo r,el underway I his week, It was :in- nomu-ed today by o. CJ. Redman, president of ihe Chlckusiuv Athletic Club. Mr. Hedmaii slated that the con- ract for ihe erection of the new bleacher seclion bus been lot lo .I"'! Atkins, of Hlylhevillc, and (he wm ; k ls 'o bi> completed within :IO Tlie new bleacher section will be ol :ill-tilccl sliueluK! and set In con- i-rclo. lie said. The section will be i-luhl foet lilj.h and seal approximately 1,1110. Mr. Redman polnied oil! dial riHisi of the now section will be used lo seat members of the Mijdenl body u| Illytheville Illcli The erei-llon of a new bleacher seellon was nocrssiialed late lasl. I'all when the pu-MMit wood con- slrncled section was condemned as luisnlc. The new seition should be ready for use by fif\. i. he said. Jinx seat salv.s air prourosshu,. rapidly, he slated wllh only n few boxes LcmuinliiK nn-solil. fle.serva- liims lor ila-.se Ixixcs will Iju »,.. ceplcd unlll Ki-]il. 1, and aflei lha(. lime (hey will lie sold for Individual isiiiue.s. Persons liileresled In imichaslnn a box seal for (he 1047 season should contact Mr. Uednian. Sports Insurance Backed by State Athletic Group I'DK.-'COTr. All!.. AI1R-. 27 (Ul') — Disli'ict Seven of tlic Arkunsa.s Alh- lelli- As.MH-iallon has uone on record In support ol the (ithleliu Insurance pro^rinn. Tin.' plan pri>vid,>s Insurance for all hoys playlni; in conch-supm vlscil S]10I t.-i. DiMrlcl President Ed Smith of Prescolf told more Hum (i;! snpc.rin- tcndaiils, ijirlncipals. roaches mill football oilicliils altendlnii a ineet- l"l! In I'rescott yesterday thai tlui insnranee piourain "Is one of ihe best limits possible In an nthlelic. pi'ouram. both for the benefit of 11 H! students and Ihe protection of the school." . The croup nlso approved proposals that schools nimble to fill Ihclr schedule within Die dl.slricl- be pcr- mllted lo seek cpponeiilH onl.side, ham. sixlh. Five gaiteii championshii) —Meadow pam. owned by Wildwood Farms, Germanlown. Tenn.. exhibited by Onrland liradslnw. first: Wood's Fashion, owned bv R. p. Litlcil, Heth, Ark., exhibited by Oscar Heni'ich. second: Astril Knight, owned and exhibited by third; Penny Dare Hex. owned by Franklin St.ibles. Memphis, fourth: nnd Champ, owned by Ewing Friedman. Paragonld. exhibited by Charlie Cameron, fifth. [Little Rock Softballcrs j Enter National Tourney LITTLE RCCK. Ark.. Aug. 27.- iUP)—Anot>icr Little Rock amalenr ball leant will represent Arkansas in an oul-of-siale toin-namcnt. j The Worthen Hankers of Litlle. j Reek will leave Thursday for Hous! ton. Tex., to participate ill the i regional playoffs ol the National ! Softball Associalion championship. j The Hankers won the honor by i trouncing tlie Rool Petroleum team ; of El Dorado last niehl by a score ' of 35 to 0. The hero of the game was Banker pilcher Woodrou* 'Woodyi Reel, who gave up only (our hits. for the.U. S. Amateur Clolf ubam- jiionslnp next month with a siw.linj! G-l-72— 13G. .-"Firini! a record 04 on bis oncnin.i round al Waialao Golf Club in Honolulu, Armstrong coasted home out shot bolter Ihan any qualifier in 30 oilier centers Ihroiighoiil the tiallon .vesterdny. The 47th amateur championship is scheduled Sept. 8-13 on the faineil I'coble ncach Course al Del Monte, if!)! x* - ^" c * : * ;c * ;>:! * X!Cc ^ PROFIT t :«; -iiji j i v)) ' % i : * !i»l! • •*• '.*.*> Hawaiian Golfer Leads U.S. Amateur Qualifiers NEW YCRK. Aug. 27. I UP)-Art. Armstrong. Veteran Honolulu tour- nrinenl player, gave Ihe mainland's poll stars something to think about today after leading 191 qualifiers ATTENTION FARMERS The Bean Beetles are again musing much <lc- Ktrurlinn! Now is the lime to kill insects and prevent heavy losses! 'I'he cheapest and most effective way (o control these pests is Iiy Airplane Dusting. Only (>()c per acre will cover tosts of Airpl.'vne service, with a reliable and c.\j»cr- icnccd I'ilol to assure protection of your Ijcan crop. Coll us for full details and latest recommendations from the University of Arkansas. Planters Flying Service Phone 3721 Blytheville Ry Reading Ihe Classified Ads Every Day! PROFIT ' >: rill s * iw; • '*" ' *»v • £ I' i : : ijJj ill ill Advertisinf/ In The Classified Columns When You Want To P.ny or Sell « i*; and that the Athlellc Association be urged to make UK biiskeUkU're- dlsstricting coiiibWo w(t(i tlia basic football district system Another dlslrlet meqtlng, District Eight, was scheduled for today in Monllcello, and Dfslrlct Two is duo lo meet at Newport.Thursday. Overdue Corporation Taxes to Be Collected MTTI,K nciCK. Allg.'27. (i)P)_ T|»! office o( Ally. Clcn. Guy E. Williams will receive accounts of £•18 corporations who fulled to nay Micir I9M franchise tnx, the Revenue- IX'twrtmcnl said today. The accounls sliould have teen paid he- fore nildnlBht Mondiiy. The dcuaiinu'iil suid it received SaJH.uoi from the iiaymcnt of 3.549 lie-counts. Under the law. Williams must collect delinquent taxes plus ii 2B per cent penally. 'I'he 1017 collccllons compared ith $:!09.U3!> In.sl yciir. iin lncron.sc of iiboiit $:ia.ooo. ELBERTA PEACHES $2.50 and $3.00 I'oi- Hiishcl \\ r n .Soil: • By Ilin round • By tho HiiHhol • Tnicliloiid BLYTHEVILLE CURB MARKET I.'IO !•;. Mnin. Phone !)7'i 8 oz 'A' Grade All White Duck 9' and 7i' Bcmis Bag Co. COTTON PICK SACKS RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Wednesday and Thursday "MY DOG SHEP" Tom Ncul am! Helen Chapman News and C'nmcdy Ads Maccd by 10 a.m.' Will Appear Sam > • All Classified Advertising Payable in Advance , Phone 461 Blytheville Courier News New Theater Manila's Finest Sh.wj EVERY NIGHT Matinee Sitnrdij A Bind*? Box Openi Week Payi 7:«» B*4.-Bu. 1 t .m. C.nt. Wednesday and Thursday "Song of Scheherazade" A Universal Picture wilh Vvnnnc DcCarlo & Brian Oonlevy Also Selected Short Subjects Wednesday & Thursday "THE LOCKET" with Laraine Day, Brian Ah»rn« Fov Movi«t«r»e News AVso

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