The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 28, 1934 · Page 6
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 28, 1934
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PAGE SIX BI/miRVILLIJi, (ARK.) COURIER NEW _ ^ _ : • ''" : : FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER .28,- 1934 Ltd Comes Off Football Season Here Tonight priiiiimrp in ,„ -* ,., _.-_: — — __._ _J& Firstlytheville Open Injuries R e p o r t c d In Camps of Both Teams; Chicks Are Heavier By J. I 1 . FRIEND Starting their first season un:lei Head Coach Carney. Graham Laslie, former Alabama freshman mentor. Uie Blylitcvllle high srfioul Chickasaws will open their football campaign tonight with the O.sccoh Semliwles fmntshing Uie opposition. Activities will b!t under way promptly at 8 p.m., at Haley Field With the exception of Alfred "Slick" Meredith, the Chicks wll! enter Uie game In good shape. The Epcedy halfback injured a knee last week and has not responded readily to .treatment,. Coach Lusllc, however, hoped to be able to use him I! possible. ,lf not. Onsll Cral" will .'tart at left half. Reports from the camp, of lh« Indians are that they have'not fared so well in practice during the .week. Injuries and sickness threaten to keep out five regulars, who started the ' game against Kcissr according (tS Coach Jim plckren. lormer -Arkansas University star. Cliickasaws Heavier The ch'ckasmvs starting front wall 'will average 103 pounds while the'.brickfield will scale 150. The Seminoe line averages MI and the backs 135. opining lineups submitted by the coaches reveal, Olynder "Rasputin" Raydcr, glniit Mft lack- le. In the heaviest' man on ellh'i team: Osceoln's rlglit lacklc, Ci_- mer,-weighs IG5 to lop their list Ecagraves, midget, quarterback, is the lightest backfield player on the Indian squad, pulling iho scales to only 130 pounds. Mershel Mosloy the signal barker for the Mnrooti and White, is the skeeter in the local camp but enjoys a 10-pound advantage over the \lsitig quarlcnr- bnck Mcriwcllicr to Hefcrrfl Bill Mcrlwelher, Paragould, former Meridrlx s'.ar, and on e of the .most efficient ollicials in the state will referee the game Incidental!} Mr. ; McClurkln, superintendent of city schools, hns announced that the popular lefcree hns been engaged to handle all the home games ' Frank wbiluorln, local sportsman will umpire other officials will be: B. p. Br'o?don,-headllnssm'an ; John Holland, field 5«dge . A new scare board, sponsored by the Red Rayzoo club, has been erected at the north end of the field The board will reveal all tlio Information relative to the progress of the game as well as tlie 'nexl home gams. Local merchants thru ad\eiti£ing assisted in the building. George Hunt Is sponsor. On The Outside Looking-lii "DUKE 11 -.- '/rliras Are Stylists Word from Pine Bluff, is Hint the Zebras boast the best dressed eleven in ooiithein prep school circles this fall. Tlie ends; and backs arc dolled out in exlra special altirc with trn tackles and guards just a shad behind Ui satoria] elegance. Rub- beiizetl pants, jcrscjs'of n glossy finish that won't loose their liosl the first, trip to the" laundry; an the significant Zebra stripes are a part of their regalia. The zebras refrained from iisin = their new equipment in a warm-up game, saving il for the Pordycc till this week-end. It's entirely possible that the Redbugs mav"humble the Zebras but they're iookin» forward to a great year at Pine BlulL Abandons Warner Shift The jonesboro Hurricane has definitely abandoned the Warner shift saj^ the Jonesb'oro Tribune Here's thc leason as expressed hi the Tribune 4 Tlie Warner shift has been abandoned by coach Ralph HafeiipZj nis Jonesboro high rchool footballers Haizlip worked loiig and hard on the system, made famous by the Brother Act at Old Missou THIRD PUCE In This Cornier Cheers North Carolina BY . ARTKKENZ Memphis Pro Moves Ahead Lale in Tourney, Wins $150 Prize i> C. Fondren, jmooth-slrok- Ing Memphis professional, subdued n field of 30 professionals and amateurs with u siring ui pars and birdies (o win the Bly- llicville Country Club's first annual $500 open here yesterday arierncon. Fondren's card of 28!). seven under par, won for him first prize money of S150, Second place, with its $100 piira), went, to Leonard Dodson, Spring- Held, Mo., pro, who with Ernest Coach l-'rank Cjirldco gives Missouri practice Held, providing iophomore, In the slancioiit Tljci' raiulltlntc for in defense on the University of dummy. The youngor O.irulco, 165-pound liasitlon ai which Ills brother .starred. _Awaifs Without Blythoville-Osceola Liuc-Up Tho. probable starling lineups with the numbers, wclfhts nnd positions lire; IllyllltlVilll! fWn.i.T.. No. 1'lnyer 11 lilackwell 18 Ruj-dcr 13 Undsey 21 Purl to. 3 Lunsford 20 Wulkcr 10 .Tlpton '1 Mosley 8 Craig or fj Meredith 3 Locke 9 Salibn Weight 193 1'iU 109 ir>o 170 15S MO ICO i5r> H.'i 158 Reserves: Blytheville— 17 D. Baxter (C-E), 10 1 Hulchln; <HB) Hiirris-(T), Ifi Lsirkln Osccoia— 32 N. Ayres (E), 77 Edrlngkm (T). 35 Wright (C) 1'os LE I/I' LCi C HCi RT RB QB Lit RH PB Weight 137 155 138 125 MO 130 .' . 130 138 130 133 Burns (G),. 14 J G J (T) Burns '(HI)') Taylor (FB), ID , CO Pollard (G). Player Chiscnhnll Collins Demon Dodgers !i. Ayres Crrmi2r Hainsey Ken graves Hendrtx Duller Young . White (Q), ;• 19 Burton • Old ham (HE) No. 88 888 n CGC M-H 111 25 an •J22 33 ' I'J t 55 lieu- h Bll - .nalnm," o( Kansas City, K ns ., ( n M., tmudoU- —IIio lirst customer nuUEilc Ilia Henclier gnto of Naviu Vlelil, liiwne of (be Detroit Tigers. Here lie Intends lo remain until tie bucks oilier, ojicus for Hie lirsl world series game. CiiimlngJiniu docs lliia each fnli. end takes In a few dimes iMHcrlaiuiui; itio curious Willie Jie will?. Schoolboy Rowe Failed to Impress In 19,33 ISY MKI, O'l"l Icnf 'cloven; nnd tolem poos before ;lc Ihe season's over. The loss of Charley Urogdon im- doublcdly has put the Chick tutor ,thc potenltnllllcs of Charley •lur Oiilllpldrr. New York Olanls ' lnSC '' " lnStl NKW YORK. Sept, 2C.-I believe „„,. ,. ' ' . _,., ,._ ;., . lachfrs Know Go.sliu Goose long T^> Be Annual Event Plcas?>l wllh the success'of tlie Biylhcvillo Open, Ihe lirsl to b" attempted by a golf club in this sccllon, tournament officials of the lilytheville country club said they planned to make the event an annual affair. "Dutch" Harrison, lanky Little Rock sharpshooter, waged a thro" way right with Fondren for the lead. Harrison's purse was $75. The nunaimler of HIP S500 in prize money was divided among eight professionals, in purees rrmglnj; from 550 to $10. Tied ior fourth place were Julius Ack-n-bloom, a strong pre-tournament favorite from Lillie Rock and James Poverty, si, Louis, who each carded 204. They divided foiirlh and fifth place money. Sixth, seventh and eight place prizes were divided iunoir* Frank Moore, DuQuoin, 111., Haydcn Newton. Springfield, Mo., and Oliver Slepjjy, St. Loiijs E 3c h had cards of 2!)5. Robert Mair, Helena professional captured ninth place and Ihe train lilacs pt/e went to Tod Houck, Little Rock, and Shorty Cr»tr,-.r'! si. r.ouis. v In the amateur competition W A. "Junie" Dowcll of BJythevllls turned in a card of 301 to win tin first place trophy. j ohn Cum " inings, long driving Memphis iiin- nteur, wns awarded second place trophy with a card of 311 The real battle for prizes be- san at the end of the 5-ltli liolj .1 noon yesterday at wliich time the field of possible first place winners had narrowed down to Harrison. DortMn, Fondren, Acker_ Woom, Ifonek and Ontnian, lead- Geh- e '" tlle ortler named, llnrri- had is n (iniigcrau.s and Ihls year's world series will be even more thrilling thnii tho atoms' panics with the Senators a year ago, nnd productive or som? of the erenlcsl. pitching. In the history o! tho compclllloii. i l ' L *- *->j>> MTR'S, aiui it vou r/ayc at Of course, the chief topic of "M .m, 0 ^ y °" *'"!, "",'' tl "' t hc conversation among the New York „ c 50 wc "> »'"'™gh he players nt (his time Ls Schoolboy I M," , c ''"" of( Sc1ll »"ncher. Howe. I "cjm-e an idea that we can son, (golf „..„ - had a one stroke advanta- Uodson. and a three slroV over Fondren. Ackerbloom" played consistent throughout the tournament, ige over lend and B hllln-. So is Ilank Gree ,r L ° n<lrai ' Aekt-rbloon,. and berg, about whom we know lUtle "T WC -° "I" f ° r tm<rlh 1)tacc Our pitchers worked on Ooslhi In' i,, « £ ' X |)l(i - vers "' cr e started the 1033 sr-rii": n.,.i ir „„., ... ln '"rjcsomes with most of tlie gallery following Fondren, Dodson nnii Harrison. pj ck | Ilg „„ birdie threes on one and two Fondren quickly cut into the lead of Harrison, who required nai Wrestling, which gradually died out "the past slimmer after being revived the. year before, will again be brought back here starting Monday night wmi the American LC-. giou sponsoring the shows not only, in name but actively as well. The Legion will present' Cyclone Burns and Gail Byrd as the headliners on Us first fall card. Burns has appeared line before and I; considered one o! th« best matmen appearing in this ion. Byrd will bc owe. J " c n! »'e n" idea that we can of „„:,.,;"„' , "'"' " lc Icn(l . ._ .__ _^ -'stop Greenberg, but have (he hioh 7 11 ""«<"i- who required pm- he large lad from Kl Dorad^ cst regard for Gc'Uwcr vrtio fn- f 1 ?' ^ On " 1so P ickc(i >'P '» ik.. is not exactly a stranger to l no real Haw e ngc1 ' VUl ° hn -|stroke wllh a birdie Hires on one j- aouutWiy has put the Chick tutor!if ^.,f" vit| ! lilc « .^ of ""» "> | We consider the r - »-- ^ lost . wllc " <» »"«ed his pull' £ n a tough spot. To begin with Las- !.P, s \iV Cl ' 1CS Wl " Ch WC l lb - vc<1 the best 1, ""v Amc f, He had hardly more than a 1G lo ls! VU1 ' thc . ft *"* in '«. | ,„„ "^ ' ; A '^ mau varsltv sntmd. And o^t ^ n _ : Al that time Pnwo riiri r.^i i,,, .o^i m » man varsity sqund. And that re- i^'flnWd several of thc boys to dou- •iin I, 1 , 0 '" brass - Tll(1 '» "• Hcvclops that Charley played thr ball in a same bick mentor from " am but whom it received « "* too great - — — - -^ n.K» mu grcai for the B!ack aim Gold. Needless » s rtl:1 " ol meant that "he had played I'lien '31. '32 and ' in „» „,,„ nlad( . „,,„ „«„,,,. ., ,,, , ——Mv<.t Kmu the Tiger out- Rovve did.not un-;neld will have some weaknesses csiwrnlly as « pitcher. | The season's recor<i of 11^- nicl ,ln S a conI?^l, t! E,;SS!n fl ^"t ™^"^ pfc^uF lz " «•'• ^^SSHSihS niml U lias been credited to P.owe ln- wl " (insl i for runs—and gainer cannot afford to on number four amf look Fondrcn, smiinig and Pi live. «jiit-i. . S "° 1 ' collti »"^ blrdies c n . |n,crvicws that he said h, beat «„ ' An outfielder cannot afford to UlrTO straight in tlwt series. Rowe th '<™' to the wrong base In n sc- W011 cn ' »'hicl> is [ 0 Vic decided on thr . . __ w seres. Rowe Uiarley had been running In !nrd-, W011 cnc Came from us as a start- Juck with Injuries and sickness ami" 1 " 1 P'lcher nnd another as a re- bcst fo >»' ' rcarh the peak this year expected to of his eflcctivene.., Ing in good snap- for probably the first time in his grid'career Tnen there is always the possibility lurking in the background" hat Eddie S.iliba may not br. able to lake 11 for a f ( ,|j season. Eddie it seems, has been troubled in the S .t, 1 ""?,,,"""^ of nlwndl - llcf :i " !>!s very bad. Hnl Schumacher uiclcc: had Marled lh:i asalnst them tlmt winning. But he was distinctly when compared with mons and Carl Hiib- uade the Tigers look t>W of seven cnmes every lorge ahead, six and eight, W going one over par on thc long seventh ami at the ninth i.ole had »' score of 34 which placed him out in front by a sjrokc. Dodson, who had fallen to third place, made his bW on thc last nine, matching shot for shot witi , Fondren up lo , hc nttl, hole • - ,.j, *„ IL , C . HI LII noie where he picked up a birdie two while Fondrcn required three I strokes. • one stroke behind, with SI!' "SS.. to . 80 ' D <*°» 8« -"- nnd he has not been . • C. '•"** V*K. l^vt:u)'J5S . . '"'• -•-»>... in- nils iluv LCC to say. the Warner system is plen-i 1 ? 1 ' 1 "" 1 lal " ! y !llcrc 's al ™v., the ty complicated for high sjhool!^"" of a recurrence of trouble. 13075 « crs ™' Mosley. while not exactly I hrtl (Tr, I - I . . -."'i,.! J got pars on seven. With a beautiful long drive on C j B i,t Dodson apparently I for a birdie three, have lied him 1lp witn good chance h would Fondrcn Best Wishes, Chtrkasaws Here's hoping the Chickasaws eel callM off lo a flying start tonight. The mKm opening of thc 1934 fall schedule !cor01 should be atlcnded by the most .-n-'> ais " ls Credit Ciiflintiic Awin However. Mi,, RmV( , or . l0(] , ly is ,--.--; —-"-j. «UIM; nut cxac'ivi ? Rowe wn safr in the surinc >rmic. lakes somc et| > o ' im. At that time he had a n o f r ,,, treatniiiu through.a full season b=- |J ldc -«™i delivery, a cross lire, »nd of his elusivciiCM which''"I ' lilcll <'rt sonic overhand. We 1 . ••••>•; lira nun „,, wfth poiidrcn m thc tension «- a ., too 1,™ ' his chip shot W:1S bad nnd he r"-' qinrcd a ixii- four. At tin, ,,omt Harrison, nced- -..—.„ w uy me most ^n ^ 1,^'°, £UpJ ?° rl thc chtci!S h" recched ln-a long time.' means the opposition. ^>iles"'hi'm I° U llul llc coll!ri improve himself I iughly when |he opportunity i^-JinU™" 1 b> ' 1>llclll " s ' stral R ht I K-ir'WY^f^l^nncr. Galvcston in 12 Inning Game Starting Dixie Tillc Scries „ i j . "-^"^ lavors' a bad knee iu spite of himself. ! When ih^J^™ t ?? k L.? i< ; NHV one,;,; Pc , lMns MIHI^II. J |, n M nf it ^- -"-^...UL iuuh ItlU 1NC\V Ul" 0,1ns PiMLfinc rln to ^iS s?^ - - * rW-£ - - E," f •'*'- r •--- - - 1 -^viHi? tocjevilthsomepf thos= who honr . snafees yd- lor E 3l iroubles K,,I. «.,^.i ™ c ." ll ° a " omlmnd intchcr. 3 lo 2 n t r-.»ivl^ ...^ C . SPU ": — ._ .,..,v, «w_ a Jtvt ^jy L ,y n ... niu A j^ jj^Lflll (HOI [110 Tjinn M\»f n t. ^• t ^ £0m n° f thOS = Bh » hoir- :'?«fe« re,, lorgat ,roubl t b wa d I "fn "^ ?' », H J» e c " lAasaff s to giors.'"'=<» off; start (lie pot bo Inl" to- , , hl> Scilc h does believe that Coach Canvv.Carney Las i !c v °°' lm » 10 ' : t*r than our LlRliA »nH Vil^ t««. r. "j ^ . : • and his bo>s deserve hearty support. , , Best wishes, ChfckwaW ^' ""^ tv man Into au oml.and pitcher - "-'lonllmy ran pitch bc't- uwt he certainly ts Oalvrston yesterday, it Foot Magic Don't be f surprlsed if you see car- ley Ushe,. chick head coach, out m the grireyard some night trying to run down a rabbit In the moon' ^__^^^^ ia world beater. A match or^mTc^avet cnd,! R o™ C hf ra^was 'Tf tossed from an automobile, or left the plate In h s at a onmn sifa «^« n.- ..._., , . ..1 lt - ln "IS at a camp be needing' quite, ol rabbit, foots, four tnc about power at . of he most fre nres In thU \ One-third of the Indian i -- ^.^..,^[, iivm uiCrt^Il- ers. These drives measured about m pire consists of 703 stales of vary (•175 feet each. They Ein-jln balling practice. 3 lo 2 at lasted 12 innings. Bryant. Pelican spscdballer. gave |>ip II lilt.i but matured to kccu them fairly well scattered Blvhi the losing pitcher, allowed 13 h'.ow* Bryant scored tho winning m ii ug when he raced ' single after dou- separate know " mnde ichrone !ias bllng. The Pelicans arc Southern Asso- j.clatlon champions. The Uucs won t-'ie Texas league pennant. Read Courier News want Ads. ced picked up Iwo strokes lo Mo. onp of them with a but. lost it back when ne wok n bogie five on the final hole Harrison and Dodson bolli had fought gamely but. were unable '°,£ q ™! '1!° ^'""'l fli»l round The Llltls Rock pro sldcrablc backing h, several "lough found Die i luck" pur. •allMH- GUI S 1 I [I'D 10 IF GNE Red Birds Defeat Cincinnati While Pace Selling Giants Are Me The St. Louis cvmllntil-s climbed to within a half game of the National league leatl while the puce setting but weary Giants were idle yesterday. The Cardinals defeated the Cincinnati Rc<ls 8 to 5 and trimmed the Giants lead from a game to less than halt a gnrne. The Giants are idle again today- while Manager Frimkle Frisch of the Cards sends his charges against the Reds again. Deans Will Pitch Last Three Games PITT CARRV IN OLD CAROLINA ( GK( TflE ( YOUR HEEL5 1 MO Gef >^ GOW&.(- ^c^ Legion To Revive Wrestling Shows Starting Monday Night ST. LOUIS, Sept. 28. (UP) — Management of tile St. Louis Cardinals definitely announced today that the Dean brothers, Jerome Herman (Dizzy) and his younger brother, Paul, will hurl the las! three games against the Cincinnati Reds. Dizzy today, Paul tomorrow, Dizzy again' Sunday 'Is the plan. two out of three falls in; a two hour time limit match. In the opening match,-Buffalo .loe, also a newcomer, will meet the rough and ready Johnny Marr Man- is a. performer who depend; principally on socks and jars to win his matches. He gave local fans what they were looking for in one -rant<rh last summer when he defeated Roy Welch but didn't win many cheers in his other nppear- i" S 7™±!,± 0 ^ "?!±.^ U :!! ' ^ maicte" some time boy look bad, along with his op'po- - - .. Parker, Don Edwards and have saved Raymond Rutledgc form Ihe com- milUie «iildlng Hie destinies of tlif Legion's acivllles in promoting mat shows. • While Charles Sinkey, of Ripley Tcnn.. was promoting matches thru ^Leonard Dodson, Springfield, Mo. the fall and winter the Legion was nom j na lj y [I]C S1 , onsoi . b, lt ^, ol lat ; ing an active part in the affairs. Legion officials claimed. Now thc Rock, Legion, it ( S stated, will tike full responsibility lo tile public for Ihe mat cards. putt on number three that cost n'ent him a six, and on several other Earl greens he. could strokes. Individual Scores Scores of Ihe players: J. C. Fondren, Memphis, 74-7373-03—289. 7I-7C-71-72—290. Ernest Harrison. Little Rock 75 71-71-74—291. Julius Ackerbloom, Liltle 72-75-14-73—294. James Fogcrty, St. Louis 72-7873-71—294. . Frank Moore, Duquoin, 111., 7277-74-72—295. Haydcn Newlon. Springfield, Mo., 70-75-79-70—295. Oliver Sleppy, St.. Louis, 77-75 '"-WJ i m- J,uiji.-j, /y-/571-72-205. I Robert Mair, Helena, Ark 7577-73-73—298. I Tod. Houck, Litlle Rock 71-7872-78—209. Slwrlv Oatmnn, 71-77— 299. O'Neal White, 74-75—300. W. A. Dowcll. I. 77-74-301. Andy Cusick, 76-76-301. By Harry Grayson St. Louis. 75-73- Memphis, 73-78- Blylhcvillc, 15-75- Joncsboro, 74-78- Don Murphy. Litlle Rock, 73-7779-75—3 (M Jiumiic Fossick 78-RO-77—311. John Cummlngs, 13-79-73—311. HH> Mcna. Litlie Rock, 76-77-83 •DETROIT.—Earl Wliitchill, who turned (n a five-hit shut-out in the only game that the Senators won from Ihe Giants in Ihe world sc- ries lost fall, wishes he were back on the Detroit payroll. He'd like another whirl at the New Yorkers. What would the star southpaw feed them? There may be a few tips for Tiger pitchers in his sum up. SKorild,:-lhe Cards win today they can" tie 'the Giants for the lend and then with both teams having two more games lo play, anything can happen. The Cardinals scored five runs In the first inning against the Reds who were decidedly nervous. Walker was the winning pitcher although (he Cards used three hurlers. The Chicago Cubs defeated the Pittsburgh Pirates 4 to 2 at Chicago, it was Bill Lee's 13th triumph of the season. Birkofer was the losing pitcher. Thc Boston Braves delcated the Philadelphia Phillies 7 to 2 at Philadelphia. Cantwell was the winning pitcher and Collins the loser. Schoolboy Rowe "was 1 nit "hard as the Detroil Tigers were shut out by the Chicago White Sox yesterday. The White Sox hopped on the offerings of the star pitcher of ; the American league champs almost from tlie start, Marberry relieved Rowe in the fourth inning. George Earnshaw held the Bengals to seven scattered hits to earn another $500 bonus from his boss. The games were the only major league contests played yesterday. been effective lo date, judging by his batting" average. ^ "Frank O'Doul must be worked on smartly. He is one of the sharpest hitlers in baseball. "Players like Mancuso. Vergez and Ryan only have to be thrown lo and gotlcn out. They should present few difficulties to a good pitcher." American League pitchers make Pete Fox, of the Tigers, hit. Jo-Jo White crowds the plate. Pitching to him is an annoyance. Moundmcn describe White as being "not a bad hitler." Tlie Georgian is frail, like Moore, and bats "and plays along the same line, although he Is a step or two behind the Ganse Ghost. Mickey Cochranc is respected as a corking clouter, hut churners explain that he can be pllcred to . Charley Gchringcr must be handled carefully at all limes. He does everything perfectly—at and away from the platter. * • * I'ilch and Duck—To Greenbfr« Hank Grcenbcrg has advanced j farther this season than any other athlete In the junior loop—in the field as well as at the rubber. Caution is necessaiy in bis case American League players believe him to be more dangerous in a clinch than even Terry. Marvin obstacle. Blythcville, 76-! "Past balls inside for Joe Mcorc." Memphis, 80- Dob Morse, Hnytt. M 0i , 83-84-743. 73-3H. con- 83-80-78—319. Wilcoxin, Jonesboro, 19- s "lough to M. '66-79-78—322? Harrington, Little Hock, 79- Dill, .- .,...,^,| W . Lllll ^ u fcw >A*ai btoies: ijcne Dill Fondren's;F;iyeltevllle; R, J. Newklrk, Green-' «u , W00(i ' Miss; Oaffney Hawkins isidered a Blythevtlle: Orville White. St Louis; Walter Sherwood, Memphis- Jack Wenzler, Memphis; Roy "" ' " " Willie Cole, A. T. Reid, Gammon, Memphis; Taliulnh, La.; na d Memphis, j j explained Whltetiin. "He Is the 1 leadoff man. and must be made to nil. "Gel 'em over for Ilughie Crltz. He's not a heavy hitter. Make him hit. and get him out of there. "Bill Terry is strictly an outside hitler, so give him what he dojsn't relish, i protected a large curve ball by not. throwing It to .him. "Against Mel ott, a pitcher must get thc ball over Ihe plate with something on it, it ts advisable to Uirow curves to oil. Jackson Rated Most D»nferois "In my mind, Travis Jackson Is Hie best hitter of all the Giants, r consider htm the most dangerous In a clinch. "I don't know anything at all about Hank Lelber, so would apply the first rule in the book and keep thp nrst rule in the book and keep steady, set 0 7 nmes ofTca'pU In the ball low and outside. That's t"' «m capmn Owen Is another tough . The Sanla Clara collegian also hits lh c pellet for magnificent distances. Pitchers strive lo keep the ball msidc when Goose Goslin is up. The Golden Goose is a courageous player. The Jersey fanner "may strike or ground out or pop UD two or three limes, but he'll ankle up to the disc 'and smack one when J, nT'l f mclill »S- He pullr, the ball t oright field, and is more for- pltchcrs Ucklin = Bill Rozell is treated like any or- ci nary hitter. The Idea Is to. make him hit HID ball. Gerald Walker frcowiitly plays Javoc with (he opposition ^"Se is not. ' r °i t i,? 11 " 5 an exceptionally qng batting front when Schoolboy Rowe i s pitching. The Arkansan has no blind spot and as a long range lilt manufacturer, 'pitch- .- swinging Babe Hulh. Pilctiiig prescriptions are helpful, but they don't always work even when a dealer has thc control and

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