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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

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(AM.) COT.iRtfefc NEWS KEEP GRIP ON New York Teams Wii All ol Sluggers to Find Course Here lo Liking for Tri-Sfale Meeli ^ ^ i Kjilrn yai\1nee added lo Ihe al-ishot Is the most interesting on Hie ready lengthy local course will | course. The player wllli n gorxl j make jur figure* even more dim-:drive | n ,|, n f a [ rvl .,iy ),„_, IJI( , a ].l . cn!t for ihe eiilrants In the Tri- j terniillve of playing safe or shcoi- t Suite Oolf tournanienl to IK play-i 111!;' " bras-sle jicrn.'i.s the do^leu on icd here Saliirdny, Sunday nnd Moil- u blind K .-.ol to Ihc green. Attempts to play Mils spoily .shot have S|x>ll JULY - day. Jlntmle po-sfilelt, local has tx-en siiivrvlslni; prepaintMin of [nil, nlllmugh a loiig, cieiinly hll! '1 lie leiidhlf; .Meinphl.s Chicks ! lnc COHI-.V, .said to'luy thai, a lotnl Scores Runs | j of I Ing i lie lenijlh ol the nine ho'k Tlie Ken- York clubs, major pace rom( , lo 3 ^ 5 | .| 1]0 fxin var ^ aat sellers, settled tack into lliclr . A n; wimilni,' ways .yesterday us the big k ll( i nc | u dcs ynrdiiyc on iiiiinlier j i shows opened after a one day hull, , u . 0 ^.j,^!, ]llls i^,, | en!{ ti,eiicd 11. for the big all-star event. The f rom n., original distance lor some ! i Yn«ke.-s beat Hie Cleveland In- H,,,,, nltliongli U«- score ( -n,,| Mill I f disns !) io 4 ami the filnnls won g| V( , s ^ ||L j| S original li,<iire of 27!i i a Innllnu duel Iioni Hie Pius- y ar( i s ' j ' burgh Pirates, 3 10 2. . Bl ,. ]y pn ia Pfi ftoni .several lov.ns P.ill Dicki-y wimshed two limn- |,, Arkansas and Southeast MIs- - . , — ... .„ ed dl.sn.sler iniiiiy more I line. 1 , than Leading Chicks Beat Nashville Club. Crackers Tame Li I lie Rock Pebs the Rocks. Kngent wc.s ibe losing "HI*™'* n T » pltrlier. ulZZy Ueail I till . nry. took ! "Scarecrow Fugitive" ri b Ohio Gas Sn ,! ,1 reoi.uied and ! pounds and is 23 v.'?lghs Q 3- inehes lonr ' - linr-snniphlng nrlltsl, who hus b brassle nlirpnt tile ball In |Kv,lllr>u ! the- SoiiDieru A'-wclntlon wnii"vi- L - fnr scaring u'ilnlle four. jlerdny. dcfr-nllng Ulo NnAhtllli- Vol.'. No. 4—400 yds.—Par 4. Tills hole i w "o iiiiinngMl. However, | 0 stay n .--'-• - " ' -Ill tie witn in» |,Ili] r . Jloe" --.: - • =- « |>arllci:lnrly deceptive lo plnyers '" l>''julued mi holes nne and nine, uuciislomccl lo rolling falrMyK. It!' 1 '* ">' f.econ-1 plucr- ns th'- }'<•;,-. u f"l , „, ^., " , , ,^,™ ' H s LM nr led on he I ^.""^1,",. t ru "' •' - 1 " 11 - 0 '' Lr -i|>No. S.-lSfl jds -1'nr 3. A snort ""<• .' l|f «'lj 1 BimnlPd by Un imps lost to tin- Alhnua Cj-.nekers. Ihi: Chicks u|illn]>pd l:.e Vnlitii- tct-is in to 3 ni Nashville, n^.. anil Iliildinson, Menipnki nmn<-i<i- ers, lilt lor llic rlrnili. Dui;,. ,u-j v . lilK 111 Itirci' runs, |.;m-h irnm mnili- fOIII hits. llilyni. v[,, s t| le W | ml |,,. pllclier. Tlif W:isi.iin:icn Snuiinr.s lost .„[„•• nnvt\\, whn-wnh !!:<• Nnrlii- to (lie Dtnoll 'risers at Detroit.• east Arknn.MU'KoiUlieLi.sl. Missouri 'J'he score was 13 lo 7. Tlie Nat.s | , ollm ,, v ] as t year They in-e 11 Algot but. ISJitts roinpared io l!i |( . x , im | c Y. Orvll Minilnini, Sonny for Detroit. ;!.,,,, , ul[ | j w K | rk n r Cl| | p The Clilr:isi» Cute look l\vr> f orilll . r ln< ..,| . s liii ri )slicolf-r unil .loc games frmii the P.ostrm Braves at i Ix ,| ;lnoy v . m lv ,, rt . scllt ' ihe ,,(„,, Boston. Guy Hush and .Pat Mn- li]lllv ,. lu | )p w]li]( , c p Bl|ll) . r A , lone tumcri In Ihe victories. The ! SMbcr nnd Mel Ray -have entered scores were 3 to 1 ami 2 to l.,r, Q ,j, c ,;, w olmrdMui. Clnick Klein, henvy lulling Cuhj T:!( . Kennetl, Mo. cluli will lx> outfielder, sustained n le B Injury i rcpiwr-incd l>y alfiin sexton iiii.-v In iho reeond snine. •„,„! cillljerl The Gtonls ilefentccl the Plrnlcs |. nra gnn! ( | club diRiiiplon, nml at New York, lilll Terry, innnauer, j n , 1Kls tl , itl youthful slur v 1)1 en- r.nd Lefty O'lloul balleil In the (,, r j rom Umt dly thrfC runs. Terry lilum; for the Kt(f j >M Anlfc-liutfd circuit. a-hniiiMlier wns the win-1 A n ,i, n t xjr O f oilier i-nirje.s lire nlng pitcher. Terrj- scored nil three Pxn) , cU . ( i More Saturday, nnd bc- " f ,r!, ?,""!*• rlmSl 11 wen 7S and ion players will prnti- The Clneinimti Reels dioppf-il a n iily u-c on Snndny C to 2 pome to Hie Brooklyn Dfldc-1 A ], 0 i r 1)y )ln | e ascription of the PIS al Brooklyn. Flay' BOngc wns course- the winning pllclier. Imlcllnu Ihe Mo: 'l-270 yaids-1'ar 4 Drlvlnc Reds lo nine tcattered hits. ' ' o,a o f imp-, <„-due,;",,;;:;-,, ';•,:„,•: i;"';','|';;.i^; - ily played {<„• [tll . ,.„„. ' j •"' l ""' ll! - '"^ No. c-siu >.ls.-p, u - r,. A ,.,„,,] i wl<lf fiiira-ay, bin , t .•r.t^.fii ari\-t'' niny full out of |KII:III|S. '\\i;a hunk- i "™" "V,,V,"7,"7 I0( ' blJl - back ' e " ynr<Ls from ihe Tlw Philadelphia Phillies defeat-' orlp.lnnl pavilion, sunil traps and ed Ihe SI. Lonls Cnrdlnals f. lo 2 \ n ,nke.i-* lo rlghl nncl lefi of falr- al Philadelphia. Collins limited the way und rough on IjoMi'sldr* present Cardinal-; lo elp.lil hits, neloneey -'••-•-. • ' uattcd In both Caul nun wlih a ninlh-lnnlni! tjomei. He was a pinch hitler.. Terry To Ptay Paslijne; riu^hoj: Faces Builders but nol serloif. (rouble for a badly hll drive. Qieeii is guarded on rlghl by shallow .-•.aiullmp and on south side by a similar trap. No. 2--:m yds—Par 4. An lnl/-r- esilng und deceptive hole rci|iilr!ng a long litriligllt drive, and u rare- (ully ]>laced apjironch shot. A hooked tec Kiiot may fall In- rough or it baclly hooked will necessitate a "blind" approach across edge of water hfl?nrd and trees. A sliced tee. shot, will fall In roiib'h, but ——' —- ~"i-i"j player may have a fair approach and R. n. Hushes company will! although a sand trap nnd water clash in t/..u half of tonight's hazard may cause trouble doubleheader at Haley Held nnd 520 Y*rd Do{le r Paslime Billiard Parlor and Ter-; No. 3—630 yds.—Par 5 A "do"- ry's Service Station In the other, lep," with plenty of por.lbli! Irou- The games are on the regular blc. Water hazard flunked by woods schedule of tlw Commercial soft about. 30 yards ill from ol driving ball league. | tee. A sliced drive may land In The Terry-Pastime ynme.ls ex-'dllch and woods causing almost pi-l«l 10 provide n hard fought certain loss of a stroke. A hooked bailie. Hughes will nil« » Mlghl »| r i v «. V.HI nirc tetter, bill will ,>r<ib- favorite over East Arknitsns. , nl)ly full in the roush. Tlie .second East Arkansas Builders Supply :-rs with Imp; wl tn r |,ailly lilt oud Hlioss. 'I1ir> urtpn i s i.-ii._,, bucked hy roiiBh and n .sandirup li) tbc rlghl. Not an nnnsuiilly dim-' cult hole, hiil our rcr|iijri;i / n,y, \ W00[| sliot.s. , N"- 1-4 in j(l:i._ji RJ . 4. (-),„. „( A Ms Hancock, 11 -::e loiifhesl. iiolcs on ihr- coui-se lor Ihe uvcta|;t> pJayrr. 'fwo f^rlr-r'l I shuts, or i t loiij, ilrln- unil » ''•I'si Iron K-III get Dm piavr.f ham.. Hough on l»lh sides of lidnmy the way to the yn-eii irijiiin-j, certain nmoiml. of uii-nr.-.i'y on tlie loiifj Si'-ol. 1 :, "o. n.-3ijr, yd:,.-p,u- j. n M.um-j bllnp; |>oini fur iiiiiiy plnyr-rs Trp shot jimst. IH- iiii fsiiy lull., i.iii) -, lilgli lo clear iialurnl ha/'iids. dlU'h ' trees nntl rough. A diced rtrlu- ivili j ]K)s.slbly land in (iitci, v i| C |, ,.., ng . | os to right of fulrv.ay, or w ,u I,,, [ in -the.' roiith.. A hooked tec shoi Is ' usually nol, wrlous on this hole. ' No. <i,-ya yd-;—par 4. Driving ; tee. has tjeen.set Ixick 30 ycmii Sliced drive mny full oul of ixinmis <v hooked drive In bnnki-r nr irmyli. 'Hie green |. S iplardeit on i^hl. nnd left hy snud Imp.-, nnij approach shots hll loo imrd uny iKis^lWy roll out of bounds behind 'liicen nUhougli their: ii considerate fali'- behb'.d the brcen. i v,iij. lio-ie and Head lill Alabama's Ranks of Thinning Rapidly r , , r r , ', < Only -l^., vr-lpraiis leinaln in Ihe apidly ililniilni; ninks of (lie Col!- ' K-dr ;: -a»- Army in Alabama, W. K. hMr.ers. • ,,| lly ^ij 1 Mwr ^ , Tne latest Is: Klrncr, accovdl lifld li ba.vlwll I.'M ulnter—nud (UP) — won sewn nnd '" ways has been identified as Roily j Ackeirnan. Ohio Rtale Saiiiloriiim I "seiireeroiv fugitive," by one of his i victims. ears IIRO. | Chn'c-nce I'osf-y, ojirrnlor ol a ! tilling station here, reported lo the • to Diw.y. never shei-irf's office linn a man In u j his hiuiil nnill Mjinii i-onjie stonpinl at his slutlon.i ...,'rady Mlmer hn.i |iuiiked his machini' vlih gas, then lost only one fur .directed his oil ix> elmne'-d. When i ™ l<llnn - ll'osey step|x-il over lo i\v oil pit.! ••Diz/.y," it was said, even weiujiiiP driver stepped on hi-, nniir.iil-. . Ifir n.s lo preilicl Unit Kliner, • for gas nnd departed. ^ .said recently.-wall the Cardinals taking a.ieen-lot Solly Ackenimii ns the man ul i maiely j.o,,» widows of-|,,r mm next fall. n-.tx station. Ackennau, mi Akron' liaw ivnsloiis. 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