The Knoxville Journal from Knoxville, Tennessee on June 27, 1949 · 12
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12 THE KNOXVILLE JOURNAL Monday Tune 27 1919 w MateH Flay Starts Im ' CHerokee- Meet SEASON’S FIRST CATCH— Virginia Sheppard of Alexandria Bay N' Y shows her limit of black bass on the opening day of the season at Thousand Islands New York State Bobby Riggs Wins Pro Tennis Title FOREST HILLS N Y June 26 (UP)— Bobby Riggs of' Altadena Calif won the National Professional Tennis championship today for the third time by defeating Don Budge of Oakland Calif 9-7 3-6 6-3 7-5 on the wind-swept West Side Tennis Club courts The victory gave Riggs who won the title in 1946 and 1947 his third leg on the big Benrus trophy Jack Kramer of Los Angeles the 1948 winner did not defend his Baseball Standings TRI-STATE LEAGUE Gusts of wind made accuracy almost impossible and both veterans made a surprising number of errors Budge who won the championship in 1940 and 1942 thrilled the crowd with his whistling forehand drives when he could reach his opponent’s placements But in the end the younger Riggs wore down the red-haired Budge who is several years older In the first set Budge led at 5 3 and reached set point in the ninth game on his own service but Riggs fought out of the hole and went on to win in 16 games Budge played his best tennis in the second set He scored with his ground strokes and put away Riggs’ lobs to win 6-3 Then the heat began to sap Budge and Riggs’ smart foot-work which enabled him to cover a court with relative ease began to pay off After dropping the third set Budge rallied to go ahead at 5 3 i but that was his limit -Riggs began 1 to force the play and took the next j four games in a row finishing out the match with a service ace Three Tie For First In Shoot Dolph Brown Joe Chilton and Sam Walker tied for first place iij the ATA registered handicap shoot yesterday at the Knoxville Rod and Gun Club each scoring 46 out of 50 Score 50 Handicap Target Dolph Brown 17 vds Joe A Chilton 2n yd Jim Walker 19 yds Dave Routh !9ds R E Alexander 18 vd R F Johnson 13 vds Blanche Chilton 18 yds Bud Jones 24 yds 1st Col E C Parks Jr 19yds J F Justice 17 yds Billie Johnson 17 yds Virginia Baskervtile 17 yds Denotes trophv winner At 35 16-Yard Tarketg Dave Routh Bud Jones W A Baskervtile Jim Walker R F Johnson J F Justice Billie Johnson Virginia Baskervtile At Doublet Bud Jones J H Hillsman Dolph Brown U Col E C Parks Jr H F Johnson Joe A Chilton J F Justice 40x50 36x50 32x50 i 2ix50 1 21x24 17x24 23x24 R yo ewweaaee Taday-Taes Wed Jean MILLAND VETERS Peal DOUGLAS “IT HAPPENS EVERY SPRING” Jack Benny Comedy — Newe THEATRE OPENS 12:45 Vestar: J:00 2:40 4:25 4:05 1:50 5:50 ' Today-Tie A Wed It Teylor — Are Grdaer in "THI BRIBE” Porky Pig color cartoon: Porky Chops and Riviera News idsUSA Teday sad Temerrew ' Claadette Fred COLBERT MaeMURRAT "FAMILY HONEYMOON” Cartoon— Newe Mat 6e— Night 31e tax lnel mim i Last Times Teday Sana Grey’s “Red Cany” ' eater by Teehaieeler -Color Cartoon— World Newa ULofonrist i Lam Times Tedsy ' Jaae Wyman — David Niven la "KISS to the DARK” Pet Smith Novelty— Newa YESTERDAY’S RESULTS Anderson Knoxville 2 Florence 3 Charlotte 3 Sumter' 13 Rock Hill 7 Asheville 6 Spartanburg 5 AMERICAN LEAGUE Won Lost Pel New York 41 24 Philadelphia 37 39 noston 35 28 Detroit 34 29 Cleveland 3S 28 Washington 39 33 Chicago 27 49 St Louis 18 46 YFSTFRDAVS RESULTS New York 6 Detroit 2 (1st) Detroit 12 New York 4 (2nd) Philadelphia 4 Chicago 2 (1st) Chicago X Philadelphia 0 (2nd) Cleveland 3 Washington I (16 innings) Boston 5 St Louts 3 TODAY’S ft AMFS (No Games Scheduled) NATIONAL IEAOl F GB 4 7H 1H4 1 15 YESTERDAY’S RESIUTS ! Brooklyn 15 Pittsburgh 8 (1st) Brooklyn at Pittsburgh 2nd ftme called the end of three innings Sunday law New York 6 Chicago 2 St Louis 2 Boston 6 Cincinnati 4 Philadelphia 3 (1st 16 1 innings) 1 Cincinnati 5 Philadelphia 2 (2nd) I TODAYS GAMFS 1 Chicago 5) St Louis I (Stanley 5-3) (night) (Only Game scheduled) Young GOP Backs Drive Into South SALT LAKE CITY June 26 (S’) -The Young Republican National Federation today adopted resolu- tions urging strengthening of the United Nations and more active GOP campaigning in the South A resolution approved by the convention urged that the United Nations be strengthened and de veloped into a world federation open to all nations with limited powers adequate to preserve peace and prevent aggression This was in addition to a platform plank urging endorsement of the administration’s foreign arms pragram and the North Atlantic Pact first-run at the COOL- IPIKE fir TOWER Regular Prices— Frsm 5 PM' A TOP HIT! 1 SOMERSET MAIGHAITS IMTCT Latest dr ’Complete' News ' Colorcartoon ‘ ENDS TODAY America's N' l Caw boy r-l" 4 III with ' Smiley BURNETTE and SONS OF THE PIONEERS THE LUST FOR POWER! ZadttyScottlKBRjywarfDiauljM NEWS CARTOON 7 Stagestruck Movie Stars Tread Boards For Peanuts By PATRICIA CLARY ” HOLLYWOOD June 26 (UP)— Stan who drag down 55000 a week in the flicks are still stage-struck hams They’re beating down stage doors to emote on the boards for $50 - Some of them want to be cheered Some of them want to show what they can-do Some of them finding no takers at $5000 just want ’the money The Masquers’ Club which had to start Hollywood’s first straw-hat summer theater to get jobs for its members has a lineup of almost-free talent that would cost anybody else $15000 a week "They rove that applause” smiled Director Ralph Murphy “They’re 'stagestruck’’ ' Some of them love that money too: The Masquers’ minimum is twice the unemployment office’s maximum “Lucille Ball is dying to do ‘Bom Yesterday’ for us this summer” Murphy said “She wants to show Columbia how swell she’d be in the movie I guess” He’s hoping to get Bill Ben-dix for the male lead Robert Young Van Heflin and Pat O’Brien are going to work in some of the six plays too “We have some other names” he added “but I can’t say who TTIuaLcD MALCOLM MILLER “QUARTET” m notion pietnro buoi nn fonr ef W Somerset Mtifhom'o short stories prednoet In Enplond by J Arthur Rink presented at the Pike md Tower theaters Sunday done 27 1949 CASTS ‘The Facts of Life Henry Garnet Basil Radford Leslie Naunton Wayne Nicky Jack Watling Jeanne Mai Zetterling Mrs Garnet Angela Badderly “Allen Corn” George Bland Dirk Bogarde Sir Frederick Bland Raymond Lovell Ladv Bland Irene Browne Paula Honor Blackman Lea Makart Francoise Rosay ‘The Kite” Herbert Sunburv George Cole Beatrice Sunburv Hermione Badderly Samuel Sunbury Mervyn Jones Betty Susan Shaw Prison Visitor Bernard Lee “The Colonel Lady” Colonel Peregrine Cecil Parker Mrs Peregrine Nora Swinburne Daphne Linden Travers West J H Roberts Martin Felix Aylmer For those sophisticated persons who like clever delicately etched artistically satisfying cinematic fare “Quartet” playing at the Pike and Tower theaters through Wednesday 29th is their particular dish The screen play was adapted from four of Maugham’s best short stories by R C Sheriff remembered for his famous World War I drama “Journey’s End” The four make expertly balanced screen entertainment “The Facts of Life” tells the story of a young man who does not heed his father's warning against gambling lending money and women The denouement is different Jack Watling is splendid as the son and Mai Zetterling is a “come hitherish” jsold digger Eisenlioivcr Dons Engineer’s Cap To Pilot Big Streamliner NEW YORK June 26 ( JP ) — With) for the New York-Chicago service a toot! toot' and a grin Gen Dwight D Eisenhower donned an engineer’s cap and took over at the throttle of a big streamliner tram today It was at the inaugural run of j the Pennsylvania Railroad’s re-j equipped train “The General” Holston Hills Tourney Opens i Match play will begin today in j the Holston Hills Club golf tourna-j ment Curtis Roberts is the defending champion i Two days will be allowed for j first round matches The firls i are set for Friday afternoon Mound Call Awaits 1 Call From The Stork I CINCINNATI June 26 (UP)-— From Crosley Field today came i this announcement: ! Tuesday night’s probable pitch-j ers: For Philadelphia Robin Rob- erts For Cincinnati Ed Erautt (if his baby is born on time) or Howie Fox 4 Many people enjoy a “hot” curry in summer Make the curry of chicken or shrimp and serve it with as many of thd following accompaniments as you have available fresh pineapple chutney shredded fresh or moist canned coconut peanuts (whole or ground) onion and tomgto'relish raisins pickled watermelon rind msm Joan Fontaine JwnM — in “YOU GOTTA STAY HAPPY Lighted Parking Let Far 20 Cars M©5 N Itliwmtfol '£ Wm Elliett - Catherine McLeod to “THE FABILOLS TEXAN” li VZ Walt Disney’s “MELODY TIME Celer by Teehnieetor MmCHlei by BtlriiirtiiMaa nJflfsSfflOOWl I —-“HI (MILE NORTH OP FOUNTMN CITY TONIGHT TUESDAY Hebert Mlteham A lilt Greer to “OUT OF THE PAST” Bex Office Opeas 7:8 Pint Shew At S-00 they are right now Gregory Peck is competing with us” Peck chiefs a little theater' at the beach resort of La Jolla Last year it nabbed stage-struck stars like Jennifer Jones Dorothy McGuire and hipiself -“He pays even less than we do” Murphy remarked The Masquers started ‘ by seven transplanted members of Broadway’s Lambs Club is the oldest actors’ club in town Its 459 mile star members who get together for elbow-bending hamming and yanking about the good old days figured that ‘what this town needed was some good theater Their 12-week summer season opens Monday night at the El Patio Theater with “the front page” Murphy weeded down the hopefuls for that to Dane Clark Taylor Holmes Olive Deering and Venessa Brown The actors get the Guild minimum After expenses part of the profits are divided among them The rest goes to the Masquers’ Fund for down-and-outers “Dane Clark jumped at the chance to do this” Murphy said “But he had to break a date in Connecticut It’s costing him $3000 a week to act in front of a Hollywood audience” ram a "Alien Corn” was notable for the rendition of Schubert’s “Impromptu” by Eileen Joyce the unseen pianist who performed for France’s Francoise Rosay cast as the virtuoso and judge “Lea Makart” The story concerns a young aspiring pianist whose desire to become a great artist against the wishes and advice of his father leads to tragedy “The Kite” presents a commonplace English family in a satiric gem about a youthful clerk with a passion for kites that irks his i wife almost Weyond endurance and whose possessive mother almost wrecks his life The entire cast is splendid I liked “The Colonel’s Lady” the best of the four top-quality playlets ' It revolves around a middle-aged woman whose husband becomes interested in a younger more glamorous “lady of the evening” The wife devotes her lonely hours to writing exotic lyrics and becomes famous The poems are so impassioned that readers as- sume that they express amorous adventures in which she has been involved Her husband becomes jealous of the man for whom the poems are written You must see the picture! Cecil Parker and Nora Swinburne head the brilliant cast Looking tanned Gen Eisen hower put on the engineer’s cap and dressed in a tropical worsted suit got behind the electric engine’s throttle in Pennsylvania Station He manned the' big train for a run of about 200 feet Then he got out on the platform and waved goodbye to relatives who were leaving on the train for Boone Iowa 4 DiMaggio May Play Tonight NEW YORK June 26 (UP)— Joe DiMaggio may return to the New York Yankee lineup tomorrow night Manager Casey Stengel announced today DiMaggio out with an ailing heel since spring training is scheduled to participate in a home-run hitting contest before the Yankee-Giant exhibition game to morrow Should the heel not bother him DiMaggio will start the game in centerfield Stengel said Presum ably he would remain in the line up if he has no trouble Canadian Voterg Will Decide Liberals9 Fate TORONTO June 26 (£— Can ada’s ruling “New Deal” the Liberal Party headed by Louis St Laurent puts its fate to the voters tomorrow in a national election The Liberals came to power in 1935 two years after Franklin D Roosevelt became President in the United States and pushed through several measures on the social security level similar to U S laws As the party in power rid-irtg on a credit of at least semiprosperity it has another advant- age: It was able to set the time of election - "COOL m the Mi in “THE KISSING BANDIT" also World News Events DOORS OPEN TODAY 0:8 P M AMPLE PARKING SPACE—— TODAY LAST DAY “MEXICAN HAYRIDE” Bad ABBOTT — Las COSTELLO Disney Pluto Cartoon — Novelty OUSTED FROM ARENA — An unidentified man( center) is ejected from arena in Belleview Ontario Canada Friday night after a series of fights broke out between hecklers and spectators during a political speech by George Drew Progressive Conservative leader Queasy Longshoreman Rests On Laurels For Crab Eating CHESTER Pa June 26 W— A 34-year-old longshoreman was ready today to defend his title as the champion crab eater of Chester He is Lawrence Johnson the man who chomped down a live hard shelled crab he says weighed one and one-half pounds in front of a Chester Hotel Friday night It was on a dare and Albert Richel the man who did the daring paid $20 to watch Johnson j work his jaws over the crab Johnson was a little alarmed after the episode and went to Chester Hospital where he told attendants what happened and asked to be X-rayed He was told to go home and come back the next morning because only emergency patients were X-rayed at night Johnson didn’t tome back He said that yesterday morning the little pains he had felt “started to go away and I didn’t bother getting X-rayed” At first the word got around that Johnson had swallowed the crab whole For a time he was swamped with inquiries by unbe- Talbert Wins TYI Tourney ’ CHATTANOOGA June 26 (JF) — Billy Talbert of New York City fourth ranking amateur tennis player in the U S defeated Tony Trabert of Cincinnati 6-3 6-3 6-1 here today for the men’s title in the Tennessee Valley Invitational Tennis Tournament The win was Talbert’s third try for the title He had lost in the finals of jwo other TVI meets to Archie Henderson and Bobby Riggs The New Yorker who teamed with Gardner Mulloy to win the last national doubles championship joined forces with Trabert to win the doubles crown here from Calhoun Dickson of Tampa and Tom Molloy of New Orleans 6-1 6-1 Mrs Magda Rurac of Bucharest Rumania U S clay courts champion in 1948 had little trouble defeating Ewing McAllester of Chattanooga 6-0 6-0 for the women's title One of the big hits of the tournament was Suzanne Herr 14-year-old shotmaker from Miami Beach Suzanne won the Southern girls titles for girls 15 and’ under and 18 and under She defeated Zoe Hatcher of Sarasota Fla 6-1 6-2 for the 18 and under championship In the junior division finals she tripped Karol Fageros of Miami 6-0 6-1 — - Maryville Host To Pro-Am Today Today’s weekly pro-amateur golfing event will be held at the Green Meadow course in Maryville All players intending to play should get in touch with their club pro this morning — — Film Features TENNESSEE: (Mon-Wed) "It Happen Every Spring” with Ray Milland and Jean Peters 1 2:40 4 25 0 05 7:50 :35 RIVIERA: (Mon-Wed) “The Bribe” with Robert Tayior and Ava Gardner 12:10 2 3:50 S 40 7:30 0:20 PIKE: (Mon-Wed) “Quartet" with 40 featured players 8 7:15 0:25 TOWER: (Mon-Wed) “Quartet” with 40 featured players 5 7-15 0:25 BIJOU: (Mon-Tues) "Family Honey moon” with Fred MacMurrav and Claudette Colbert 1:10 2:50 4:30 0:15 750 0:30 BOOTH: (Mon) “Kiss In The Dark” with Jane Wyman and David Niven 2 3-45 5:30 7:15 0 PARK Mon) “Red Canyon” with Ann Blyth and Howard Duff 2-15 3:55 535 7:15 0-55 STATE: (Mon - Tues) “Whipering Smith” with Alan Ladd and Brenda Marshall 3-30 5:18 7:00 8' 54 ROXY: (Mon) "Call Of The Canyon" with Gene Autry lso “Ruthlesa” with Zachary Scott and Louis Hayward 10 13 20 2-52 4-51 7:50 9:16 CENTER: (Mon) “The Fabulous Texan” with William Elliott and John Carroll 1:30 3:30 5:30 7:30 0:30 BROADWAY: (Mon) "You Gotta Stay Happy” with Joan Fontaine and James Stewart 1:30 3:30 5:30 7:30 0 30 DAWN: (Mon) "MekKly Tune” with Roy Rogers and Dennis Day 130 3:30 5:30 730 0-30 LEE: (Mon) “Tarxan’s Magic Fountain1 with Don Ameche and Catherine McLeod CAPITOL: (Mon) “Tobacco Road” with Dana Andrews and Gen Tierney 5:30 1:30 0-30 LAKE: (Mon-Tues) -Hold That Ghost1 with Abbott and Costello HORNE: (Mon-Tues) "Tito Kissing Bandit” with Frank Sinatra -and Kathryn Grayson 6:30 7:25 6-20 TILLERY: (Mon) “Mexican Hay-ride” with Abbott and Costello 556 1:45 “ " OAK RIDGE THEATERS RIDGE: (Mon-Wed) “Down To The Sea In Ships” with Richard Widmark GROVE: I Mon-Tues) "Sergeant York” with Gary Cooper CENTER: (Mon) “Barkleys Of Broadway” with Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers OAK RIDGE SKYWAY: (Mon) "Beyond Glory" with Alan Ladd and Donna Reed lievers An attendant at the Eddystone Hotel in front of which the crab eating episode took place told a reporter that Johnson met a group of men who had just returned from a crabbing episode “They got to talking and somebody dared Johnson to eat a live crab He did it all right They picked the wrong guy to bet with” said the attendant 4 Florence Wins Five-Hit Game CHARLOTTE N C June 26 (JPi Florence’s Tri-State League lead ers today beat the Charlotte Hornets 3 to 2 on George Greene’s five-hit pitching The home club scored only In the second inning when they made three of their hits including a homer by Jay Difani and a triple by Ty Braziel The Steelers meantime picked up single runs in each of the second through the fourth innings They made seven hits off Will Lovelady FLORENCE I CHARLOTTE 1 Players abrhpei Players abrhpe Martin 2b 4 0 2 2 Belcso3b 4 0 15 1 3 O’Conellss 4 0 0 1 0 21 Beal 2b 4 0 0 4 3 7 Scire lb 4 0 0 0 0 li Difani rf 4 111 0 7iaBrclaylf 2 113 0 3! 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