The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 11, 1940 · Page 6
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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fAGE SIX NEWS SELMt Not Satisfied With Losing They Make Gift Of Game By GGORGE KIKKSKV United 1'uss SUH Coriesjiondtnt NEW YOHK, May 11.—The Yankees aren't losing fast enough these (lays so they go out and beat thein- selvts lo add further evidence lo Ihc fact lhal Ihis is another year and they are no lo.iger the wonder (earn of baseball. ' ; That one-lime Impregnable defense cracked wide open in the clutches yesterday and handed Ihe Red Sox a ball game on a silver plalter. With three errors credilcd lo them and another which the official scorer neglected lo give them, the Yanks fumbled away a great chance lo snap Iheir losing streak. Instead the Red Sox won, 3-2, in 10 Innings and extended the Yanks' losing streak to seven straight—longest since Joe McCarthy look over Ihe club in lOSl. The Ttecl Sox' tv;o big hitters. Ted Williams and Jimmy Pox.x, were silent yesterday and Joe Cronin's cum won anyway. They won because Spud Chandler and Buddy Rosar slid all over the greensward on Jim Tabor's bunt and allowed Cronln and Bobby Doerr to score the two tying runs. Then another lapse in the Yankee defense in the tenth permitted the Red Sox to score the wlr.nlng marker. Johnny Peacock singled to start the tenth, and should have been forced at second on Jack Wilson's bunt but Croselli dropped Ihe throw, Pinney sacrificed. Then. Cramer hit a bounder to Croscttl, arid the ball eluded him for an error he wasn't charged will) nnd (he winning tally came hi. Cleveland had t\vo big- Inning, and teat Ihe Browns, 0-4. lo hold its second place spot, a game and a half bad; of Boston. Buck Newsom pitched the Tigers lo a 3-0 win over the White Sox, Big Buck allowed seven hits and permiltecl only two men to get past first. Bob Johnson hit a homer, double and two singles to pace (lie Athletics to a 8-7 victory over Washington. The Gtonts spoiled Brooklyn's homecoming by clouting Whit Wyatt out of the box and beating 'the Dodgers, ¥-2. before 2fi,608 wild- eyed furs. Harry Gumbcrt held the Dodgers lo five hits. • Pittsburgh- snapped Its D-gamc losing streak ty beating the' Cubs, 8-3. Mace Brown held (he Cubs to five hits. ' Yesterday's hero — Harry Gum- bcrt, Giants' pitcher who cooled off the hot Brooklyn Dodgers with a 5-lilt performance. Toddy's Sporf Parade Br HKNKT McLEMORE NEW YOHK, May II. <UP)~ Boxing unfolded another of Its savage dramas In Madison Square Garden lasl nlghl, and Ihe plot was (he. birth and the dcalh of n lightweight champion, The role of the iicw champion > was enacted by U:w Jenkins of 1 Texas, the role of the fallen king was handled by ]/>u Ambers of New York. Both loads played their parts to the hilt. Jenkins ramc In from tin: wlnus lh<> ideal challenger. 11<- was un- kno'.vn, he wns hungry, he was the under-dOK In ihe belting, hi; w;is mean, and he could punch. Ambers came In the Ideal champion. He was sun; of himself, lie was secure, he was the favorite, and lie was smart and game. The curtain went up on a bell and almost before Ihe echo had died away the si low was ti "lilt." Awkward In style, awkward In build, Jenkins licked his li|is at (he start of the round and moved straight toward (ho champion. Light, graceful, and with a smile (hut even showed through (he . ,, r i i .1 , „" ! f "' OH ' 1 'f 1 '"'-''' .slid forward to meet his m And Now They'11 Duel ll Out For Top Place In Southern League By Hulled frtss A two-club duel for Soiithcrn /teociatlon IIOUOIK wax in prospect today on tlie basis of four wrelt.s play which saw tlie Nashville Volunteers Jump into nil early lead nnd hold It against the c-hnlleuec of tlie Memphis Chicks. The Chicks in live last two weeks have been winning just us coiiiiis- ii-.'Kly UK the Vulx nnd :iU)iougli Ihcy remain hi .second place by lour lull ijaracji Ihc Iwigiic can look forv.-ard (o tlie first "evuclftl" .series of the season when the Iwo clubs tie up in Nashville next Friday. Iloth leaders continued on the win side last night, llie Vols edging Hiiuilngham In ll innings, 7 to (j, and Memphis walloping the Atlanta Crackers 14 to G with the help ol 10 .scores In the fourth Inning. Again 11 was the performances of the two ".substitute" Ihsl-basi-men which led Ihe Vols and Chicks lo Coble Is Next Foe Of Green They came together In the ecu ter of the- ' ring, mid for n few seconds (here was n Hurry «s when loosed by their ..... — ' "'"" ""- »"'.^ njui VjlJ JL'JS.'] lu Ambers victory. Mickey Rooco. who started an. uic season wllh Nashville as a two ruostw.s arc handle-re. ZEBRfiJOICl! Former Blylhevillc Resident Succeeds Dunaway At Pine Bluff PINE BLUFF. Ark., Mny 10.— Following a policy llml prove-;] successful in its rirst test, the Pino Bluff school board Friday mimed Jeff Sherman to succeed Allen Dunaway ns head coach of the Pine Bluff High School. 1039 stale football champio-s. Sherman came here in 1938 ns junior hi;-h school coach nml served as firsl assistant to. Dunn- way'last season. When Dunaway resigned several weeks ago to er.ter private business, Sherman's promo- lion was widely forecast. Dunaway, who has produced a number of championship teams for Pine Bluff, obtained Ills position in 1926 in exactly the same manner as Sherman advanced Friday. At that time, Dunaway had been assistant for two years to Foy Hain- mons, and when Hammoiu resigned, the then little known ai<le was moved into th'e main job. Sherman, a graduate of Henrlrix College and former student at Arkansas College, is a member of a well-known coaching family, one- brother, Eugene "Bo" Sherman, is now ar, assistant coach at The Citadel, and another brother. E3 Shennan, is coach of Qurdon Hi»h School. " Sherman lived here for several years when his father, the Rev Jefferson Sherman, was pastor of the First Methodist church He attended school here. Read Courier News want, ads Then—lo llie accompaniment of I'J.WO voices—the champion, Uic supposedly unbeatable Ambers, dropped to Ihc door ns u right hand smash caught, him on 'Ihe chin. lie sill) grinned, but this time unknowingly, as he raised himself oir the floor, and at the count of five wobbled forward for further battle. Ambers never wns more of a champion than nt (his moment. Oiil of his head, hurl deep, and with only legs of rubber lo carry him, lie waged n fight. He dodged, he ducked, he clung, lie threw punches, he felnlcil, and, Incredible ns It seemed lo nl Ihc ringside, was currying Ihc fight ill the end of the round. He was still a chnmpion when he answered Die bell Tor the second round. He forced a smile lo his lips and, nlmost tauntingly, moved into Jenkins 1 range. His courage cost him xvlinl ever chance he might, have had. The challenger came tearing In and Ambers dropped again. A sleep-walker now, with only gn.mcn.css left to guide him. He got up and the end ot the round found his head all but being lorn oil uy Jenkins' right and lefl hand punches. So merciless was Ihc Texan, so Inflamed was he by Ihc desire lo make Uic kill,, thai he struck Ambers Iwo terrlHiv punches alter the bell had sounded. Again Ambers proved his right lo Ihe lillc of champion. Near gone, he shook his head nt Jenkins as if to say "you shouldn't do that, kid. The right guys don't hit after the bell." The third round furnished a perfect picture of a fierce, young, vicious hitting challenger, and a game, courageous chnmpion determined lo go out as a champion should. Jenkins knocked his miui lo (he canvas shortly nftcr llie start of the round but Ambers, summoning his strength ami courage from Lawd knows where, managed to get up. Half falling, he staggered across Hie ring until the ropes caught him. There he hung, Without pity, Jenkins went to work on him. Lefts nnd rights. Right, and Icfls. Up|K?rcuts nud hammer blows lo the back of Ihe head. Lower and lower the champion slumped. Finally, Ambers fell backwards through the strands of hemp. The referee stood quietly by, knowing that a champion 1ms <t right lo die game. Not until Jenkins had literally beat Ambers lo the Moor did the referee Intervene. Then he pulled off the Texan anil 'stepped back, exacting, as did the crowd, to see Ambers collapse. I3ii I once again Lou was lo fly Ihc purple banner of Uic champion. Slowly, painfully, Ambers goi to one knee. At the count, of nine —and how he hcnrd il only Ihe lank gamble, banged out lour hits Including his lOlh homer. I-yaitk Vcvcrkn, called from Hie pitching staff lo [ill a gap at first bast- for Memphis, knocked one out of the park wllh a male nuwril during Ihe big Chick inning. The last-place Knoxville Smokies won from New Orleans C to 2 with second-sncker Dutch Meyer hitting Jaek-pol. He cracked out. in (he homer, triple, double and singii four Irips. Ed Selway pilched Ihe. Chattanooga lookouU to u 7 lo 2 victory over Ihe Little Kock Travelers Selway held Ihe 1'cbblcn lo seven hits while Cal Chapman led the lookout atliick wllh llirce blows. The learns meet in Ihc same Older today nnd loi:Ighl. Jenkins Kayoes Ambers NEW YORK. May 11. (UP)—H sounds like a movie made from a script written by Horatio Algcr, but listen my children and you shall hear how Lew Jenkins, the boy who was a coItee-aiKl-cuke tighter 10 monllis ago, uecanie lightweight champion ol the world He did it, by knocking (lie crown off llie head of Lou Ambers in seven minutes and •»! seconds til iHadison Square Garden last night -did It by flashing one of the dcndllcsl, swiftest right hands ever shown by a litlle man in any ring STANDINGS xNnshvlllo .., Memphis Allnnla xBlriiilngliiuii Llllle Rock .. Cliatlnncogn . New Orlenn.s Kno.vvllle Soulhrrn l.r.igue W. L. Pet. 4 .600 8 .619 12 .520 11 .470 14 .417 12 .420 .417 .364 Nallon.-il very bravest know—lie rose to Ills feet of jmste. Bill (hey wouldn't lioUl him up. They n.uil before his heart 'Hie champion reeled druukenly inlo his corner, Jenkins in hot uumilt. fisls cocked. Tlie referee slopped it. "Winner ami new champion- Lew Jenkins." the announcer called. "Ixxscr and still n champion- Lou Ambers." llie crowd must have murmured to itselt. Some species or (he whcater, a bird lliat winters in Africa, (ly to Greenland lo neM. Nalional I^.-ijue New York 7. Brooklyn 2. Pittsburgh 8, chlcir/o 3. Only games. Northeast Arkansas league Paragould 11, Caruthersville 5. Jouesboro 8, Newjxirt 4. Brooklyn ... Cincinnati ., New York . Chicago SI. Louis .. Boston Philadelphia Pittsburgh . W. L. ret. .800 .750 .500 .-ISO AM .•101) .357 .313 Boston Cleveland Detroit American League W. L. Pet. 15 13 .............. Philadelphia ........ 9 n St. Louis ............ 8 11 Washington ......... 8 12 Chicago .............. 7 12 New York ........... 6 13 Xorthcast .750 .(58-1 .BOO .450 .-121 .-100 .303 .316 Arkansas 1-eugue W. L. Pet. Paragoiilrt G 3 .661 Jonesboro 5 Caruthersville 4 Newport 3 .555 5 .444 0 .333 Yesterday's Results Southern League Knoxville G. New Orleans 2. Night sames— Memphis H. Atlanta 6. Chattanooga 7. Liltle iiock 2. Birmingham al Nashville. American league Doslon 3. New York 2 (10 In nings). Philadelphia 8, Washington 7, Drlroit J, Chicago 0. Cleveland !). St. Louis 4. Loyal Green, Ihe battling barber, will lake on the third opponent of his brief irmt career al the American Legion iiram Monday nl^ht wlicii lie tangles wilh liill Coble, iiiMlliftr Ulythcvlllc product, Clretn's debut recently against Gorilla V)u- gan resulted In the barber's quick defeat, bni he lias .since met and defeated Lee Stickler, the dirt track demon, -and Is now ready for an- uihcr ultoinpt to add lo his record. There will be no time limit to the match between Joe Dlllmnn, th<; Cheek .strong man, and Charlf"! Slnkey, Corinth terror, who wilt "met In u huge struggle thai should delight and satlsly the most bloodthirsty of mat patrons Time was when Slnkey wns regarded us tin' most ruthless performer on Promoter Mike Mercmey's circuit, but. nillman has now shoved Slnkey asdic as incnnle number cm; and the lutlcr Is lo have an opportunity to do something about it Monday night. In another mulch Lefty Williams i the Cabot plow boy, will sv-ip iiirlps with Olc Olsen, woo'de'n- fiical Swede, who Is returning to i Ulytlu:vllle after an absence of sev- ler:il months. The Wllllams-Olsen bout will be n one-hour time limit affair, two out ol three falls THE PAYOFF Hy HAHUV GKAYSON NBA Service H[K>rt« Bailor MEW YORK, Mny II.—The Yankees nre just like any oilier bull club in a slump. As Dclmar Baker pointed out, as his Tigers swept Die three-game series at Yankee Sliidiimi. butting and fielding should be .separate in She minds O f players, :,„(, i n( , y aren't. When an nlhlcle capable of hilling isn't smacking u>c sphere, he lakes his slump wilh him to his position In the field. He broods about his failure to belt Die ball. His mind isn't on his fielding. He imikes mistakes. He boots one. Then, he slarls thinking about Ihc error, and brings it to bat with him. The result is that he doesn't hit. That's the way it goes. A slump follows nti unfortunate ball player around like ft faithful hound. hit.s nlonc will cure it. Rival managers car/t understand so miuiy New Yorkers giving up on the Yankees so miickly YANKS SEK NOTHING HUT u:i'T-iuNi>*:ics While a photostnllc copy of the AHICI-ICIIII League standings—with llie Yankees at the bottom—should be made for posterity, counting them out on the strength ol their poor .showing In so few early season games docsn' make sense. :. This Is especially true because Ihc great Joe DiMaggio was out, of the first. 15 engagements, and due to his bad knee and inactivity probably won't l;e in fun stride for n spell. The Yankees undoubtedly now realize Ihc importance of DiMaggio. who easily might be Hie difference between a world championship mul second, place, which Ls where the outfit finished the en years before the crab fisherman checked in. UiMnggio's presence will remove some of the left-handed pitching curse—an affliction, by the \\-y.y, which did r.ot develop in the ou{_' fit's four-year inarch lo gold and glory. Hnvold Newhousor. Detroil's 19- yenr-old phenomenon, was llie Uth southpaw Joe McCarthy's men faced In 1C games . . . the eighth to beat them. NOTHING IIAl'L'ENS \VIIKX ClfiVitiriONS KILL UASKS It got so tunny Buck Newsom one of Ihe mighty few rigl^lumieis the champions have seen this s»a- son, facetiously started warmhie uu left-handed. As it turned out. big Ne\vsom could not have Issued many more bases on balk pitching lell-hunded than he did rlght-har.ded six in ihrec and two-thirds innings. Bui not even Newsom's generosity could help the helpless Yankees when Archie McKain. a left- hander, stepped in wllh the bases loaded. Ncbody ever realized there were so many left-handers in the loop . . . lei alone so many who could put Ihc Yankees In their places But don't give up o:v the Yankees at this early stage. They arc slill the club to beal Tlie entire lot of them won't stay blind forever. BTATB OP-A?IKAN'iWS X " afl8imPl ,.,,, ,,„ VX A'O. 7'-!'>:i (I9::>! Tii, finil) DI.UXQUU.S'T I,A.VI>.-; IN .MlssiSSIlVf COCXTV C UICKAKAWJIA IIIWHK.T. HlllfKfrl'.l) 1-Tlli yriv. (1 jjV !l "T r , ni ' rAXKH AXn s ' JUl 'I'D Till-: SATURDAY, WAY 11, 1MO In Whose Name Aflses.scil A'. k"x.lm.'.'i'y."_".; I'aril Sllijtli-y ('•• «. Hix-taiian.. 'I. II. Wlif-riVr " (ill n .\Vfdr.imi ... llurtii'l ll»kl-r ... II, A. 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J. lln.i-,1 1 I 7 •.,';,':•' K. .1. lloyd -.. 7 S.17 Chicago Mill J; L«lnljcr Co. 3ul Addtlion lo Blythcvlllc ll'i.r., Allan,* ' T « iuil 1 Cliichasawba Aildilioli to BlytliUVIDc ,l.-in.> KnliiniiiMi f. Ill" 2 10 l.,»ii Mate Daniels Addition lo Bljlhovllle M»lllV Sv.ifl •; i 1..^,; M.-iili,. Su-jfi s , t f(i Dongan Addition 10 Brslbcrlllc 1.. S liriM-o,. KM. W 10' • s "'S' n •> I.. S. llriscor- KM. S r,S' 7 ; 16 la ',. S. llrix-np KM. S ,',«' S -1 10.98 lleatn Addition lo Elyitcvilli! lifilT)' Sniirpry y 1 10.93 Highland 1'lacc Addition to Blythcvllli- FARMERS ««CT10S SALE EVERY THURSDAY SeU for Top Cash Prices Buy At Your Own Bid OUR HARN DISIN- V K C 'I' K 1) A N 1) JN- Sl'KCTKl) KVBRY WEEK OP THK YKAK. A Wide Open Sale Give Us a Trial > Missco Corp. Blylhcvillc Barn al Highway 18 am) •I. J- C. K. K. It. r L o up ASK YOUR GROCER BUY Tlrcston* STANDARD TIKES •»OPORTIONATELY LOW// i At Today's LOW PRICES! i Low As DU On Our ,'i BUDGET PLAN PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. — PRESCRIPTIONS— Safe - - Accurate Your Prescription Druggist Fowler Drug Co. Main Hist Phone 1*1 5th Walnut Pbonc 810 NKT MONOPOLY WASHINGTON, May 11-Barney Welsh has won the District of Columbia U-nnls championship eight limes in a row. WRESTLING JocDillman vs. Charles Sinkey Lefty Williams Bill Coble Ole Glsen Loyal Green American Legion Arena VS. vs. Monday 8 p. m. MEYERS BROS. JiLYTHEVIU.K vmm 'r' AY YOU AS SIUCH OI{ MORK FOK VOIJH LEKT-OVKK COTTON SEED. -RRINU THBM TO OUR GIN. ALSO WE HAVE A STOCK OF NITRATE SODA FERTILIZER ON HANI) YOU SURB WII,I, WANT TO USK. AUTO RACES Blytheville - Sunday, May 12th $775 CASH PRIZES FAIRGROUNDS 2 P. M.-50 MILE RACE ADMISSION 25c~FREE PARKING-NO EXTRA CHARGE

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