The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 7, 1936 · Page 6
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 7, 1936
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'PAGE six BLYTriEVILLB, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS ELEuTK ill M ugf>ists Haul Put to ~Trim Gioccis; Tayiw- "Tneii Tame Lions The Standings RgWnson Drug Famous Ark-Mo Power Pjfstlme XfcMullIn . . Hughes licms W, L. Pet 0 1.000 0 1.005 .7SO .067 .250 .000 .00!) .000 Max Conn Led Out In Training The front running Robinson l^ug Store Cowboys were hard p»l lo eke oul a 4 to 3 decision oVcr McMullin's Cash Grocei^ \$!ile the alcit Aikans;is-Missovirl •.IVwvcr company Electrics won with Uttiter mse fiom a flghtlni; Lions cmb, M lo 0. In Commercial soil hall league: g*.nues at Haley Fieh last night. Tlie opening game was fairly close until Ihi 1 fourth fiinEi/ji when th£ Electrics ran riot on the bases with a mixture of lilts, errors nnd bases oh balls to score eight, runs. Despite a bruised hand Sallba dlti a fair Job of chunking for the Electrics, pitching five Innings, with "Wimpy"' Burns finishing. Carmen was lilt timely by the Elcclrlcs but only five of the H runs-, scored by (he power crew jvere earned. ^The Lions looked belter (han Ih. previous -games, .despite three jjrroi's by Cloii nt short. They ifored four runs on live hits In Wic r fourth. ' inning mid made jliree hits in Ihe fifth bul were limited to onp run by the fast Melding Electrics „ Terry homered for Ihe power company In Ihe sixth inning and j5)ove in four runs during the jjjmc, getling tin co hits "Clniley Biogdon, Electrics. left wider ,had five putouts and Car! Saiisku, cenlei field, turned In one pl._lhe be_t catches of Ihe year v>hui he backed up against a pnrkco car in deep light field to pull doun ulnt appemcd lo be a ceit-ln foui-baie smash by Godwin Istevens, soulhpaw, making his debut on the mound for McMul- IUT:, «as hit fniil\ haid, giving 1 w|>5 to Eubanls aftei the third inning with the lattei allowing • o.ily Uo hils in the last four Inn- nj6s Runei, Robinson southpaw nee, walked seven batters but struck out nine, lie gave up seven hi!s •_' : "Three runs in the"liiit inning caic Robinson mi early lead. An , own, Blackaril's single,' Potter's lijple and a wild tin on from Ihe oylficld nccounted for Ihe. runs: iWllh Ihe Lions only one run * Whlnd in<l two out in the scv- c(illi Higdon singled nnd look socond when Brogdon Juggled the ball With Higdon In scoring.posi- tion. Rnnei lose to Ihe occasion and Hancy lined out to Blnckard to end. the game J Uick Potter, Robinson manager, i led the hitters with t^o triples, U. Euban>5 robbed Potter of a possible homer with i nice catch and Ityrker, \\lio lilt a home run In til. third with a man on to account for two McMullin runs, also inpde a neat catch fflie box scores Fin.1 Ginio THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1936 Max S:hmeling lias taken the count Ion, before he fai'L-s Joe I/juls in their heavyweight battle in .,^,, York, June 18, The Clcrinan is shown Wins called nut ly Umrire Kobert M-Unl. as he, IIIUSIM n Ililnl strike dmlnt! a biseball uiunc with youngsters ut Ills Irainiii'C ramp at Nnpauoch, N. Y. 'I'll catcher Is Unuglns MrDole. By Harry Grayson CHICAGO-The Stuhldrcher lii- Iliionce beat the new Wisconsin alhlellc director-coach to the punch. There LiWTs Club BUjSop, rf . . Hunt, 2b Sitrathsrman, lb Gpdwin, if Durnham, sf Whittle, cf AB R I1POA Clear, ss . Roberts.' c Carmen p -Totals AKt-Mo Power Brogdon, H Taylor, 2b Mosley, rf Eiickett, sf Wiiltworth. lb 1 erry, ss 6anske cf Johns. 3b Hires, rf-2b ilfierow, c Saltba, p $nrns, p . 4 4 2 4 0 4 1 4 0 3 1 3 1 3 1 3 0 0 1 300 35 C 12 18 AB R H PO 4 3 0000 225 322 3 1 4 2 433 4 1 1 300 400 3 T"0 3 1 1 000 1 1 0 5 . 35 14 10 21 000 203 410 1— 881 'Totals 3Jy Innings liions club Ark-Mo Power .Summary" Errors—Sraotiierma Oloar (3), Roberts Carmen Whl uorth, Terrj, Oanske, Johns 13 ^uns batted in-Godwin, Bumhai <2), Roberts, Taylor. were nearly 50 candl- dntc. ot'.t for spring football jirnc- llcc nl Mcullson before the' key innii o( Notre Dame's Inimorlal Four Horsemen arrived from Villinova to strniehlcn out the mix- up created by the comic opera )w between the ricpniicd Walter Eeiinwol! and Tubby Spears. 11 ns largely anllc'l]iallon thai rought out Iho boys. Harry Sliilildrehcr, Mocker and let of what perhaps wns the cst ruinous' backncld lhat ever ayccl (he sjniiie, was presented all University of Wisconsin di- riment heads by President lenn Frank. : This was an Innbvnllon nt Wis- Misln, and slioi-lci break down ny existing barriers between fac- lly members nnd the new clitet f nthlellcs. II It lulls In (his. Ituhlclreher will lirenk them down n .his own. He's Hint, kind of Imp—a -dliilnmat us well ns- nil blc gridiron guide nnd Incticinn. ."Our work has only slutted," riys a': member of the Badger nth!tic board. "We will continue to eop In close contact with stuhl- reher and assist him in every csslklc manlier. We will attempt 3 cement all rifts lhat have os- I'lrrcd in the past. "We feel that Stuhlilrehcr soon •111 solve most, of the perplexing roblcms cf nlhlettcs pccrlhir to he Badger campus." .* * * Vrw Mer.lor l-arks laterhil for Line Stuhldrcher has been given full uthcrlly by the athletic board. He Im been told Unit any clinii- es he wishes to innkc in ihe urrcnt. iithlcltc dcpartmciil sulup vill be made immediately, but lank Cossorly, siwrts editor of he Madison Capital-Times, tcllr lie U Is Hie hope of the bonr< lint Karry will retain ns many of he older members ol Hie stair as possible. Stuhldrcher found a rathe Jlentlful supply of bucklleld can dictates — nl least plentiful fo Wisconsin—bill he is faced with lack of a line comparable to Hut of nny other Western Conference Institution. There Is a dearth of centers, guards nnd tackle:; who can move. Finding ini'ii fur lh« center of the llad^er forward svull Is the Bravest problem with which Stuhldreher 1ms to contend. Ed • Koltrn, n gunrd who did ! not report lust season, due lo u I heavy schedule In Ihe school of cnBlnecriiH!, ni!iy be of some help, as he has shown speed anil i\ desire; lo yet in tile thick of things. Thi! sound of Capl. .John Oolemgcske's nnme made Utuhl- drehcr, of Notre Dame, feel perfectly at home. Captnhi John suffered a sprtilm;d ankle pluyinL' i ] >- Icrfmlernity 'baseball, but II had healed in time for him to be on hand when the new ccuuh first met the Iladgcr squad. Peliakls? Suiimls Like A Noire Dame i\lun Howie Weiss lops the new brickfield enndldales by n considerable margin, Tom Kri'lh, n homegrown, wnv- rlor, and t'clrakls, of Kaclne, are backs who •should fit in well with the Notre Dam? system. This system, Incidentally, .Is adhered In more faithfully by Stuhldrcher nnd Elmer Uiyden, who has'the tale Ktiule Rockne'ii post lit South Demi, than by any other Three-Cushion Ace Coining Wcllrr's l'i|>hl-Pouncl Atl- vanlape Considered Vll- a! in Bout Tomorrow BY JACK CUDDY Unllnl 1'rfss Sliiff Cmresiiomlciil NKW YORK (UP)—Two of llio r» lighting men tliu ring ever, kui'w, Lightweight Champion I'uny CniiMmcrl fiml the lormci vcllcr king Jimmy JicLnrnln, will collide for the fli-si time tomoi 1 •uw niiiht (May 8) In n non-title IV-roiuiiliT at Madison Square liiirdr-M. 1'nlti.s of these two veterans IH-H-I- crossed before, nnd, It's vlv- liuilly ffrtnin they'll never cross . tomorrow night's Jlrst unit last, hiiltle between two of (lie tinniest hitter;,"— pound for lioimtl—In pugilistic history ls,cx- |j,-d«l lo he the end of the trail for I hi 1 tar. • I C'cui::ec|iiimtly It will lie an hls- :rli: Imltl- wlicn liiill-sliouUtereil! little Tuny inul "baby-faced" Jim-' my laiiBle under the floodlights bi'foi'c :in expected capacity crowd of 18.008 and for n net gate of ubout $100,000.. / Wi'Islit Favors McLarnln HcHiiue Jimmy will. have' about eight nnd ti Imlf pounds weight advantage—scaling about 144 to Tony's 135!'.— the Irishman will Johnnu '.Lay con 4 -Team Softball League Organized at Holland HOLLAND, Mo. — A four-team oftball league was organized here Monday night to play "semi-weekly fames throughout the seiii-oii on ihe local .school campus. Hroctuu.s Presse'r Is president of the Iccguc, which will consist of teams sponsored by Ilolbert's Store, Cape- hurt's Store, Cooper's Pharmacy and the Oiites Service Klollon. Anyone In Ihe vicinity of Holland who desires lo join one of the learns is Invllcd to register nt Cooper's Pharmacy. A tree houses a completely equipped restaurant nthir Piercy, Calif. A hollov/ed-out space, 20 by 27 feet, at the base of a giant redwood forms the untciue establishment, |'l NOTICE The following dental offices will be closed every Thursday afternoon . during the summer. Ills, llretver, Child, Moor*-* and Taylor Former 11 times holder of the world's three cushion billiards championship and generally recognized as the greatest three-cushion expert of all lime, Johnny Layton will appear at the Pastime Billiard Southern League Atlanta .'. Little Rock New Orleans .... Nashville Chattanooga Memphis ............ KnuxvHIe ...... Bhniiiisham W. L. Pot, t!) 4 .820 12 9 13 10 II 11 10 11 . 8 14 . II 15 . 7 14 .. _„_ .._ „.„! Parlor Friday night'at 8 o'clock under the auspices of the National be a slight favorite probably | Billiard Association of America. During his two hour appearance .571 .565 .50(1 .476 .3134 .348 ,3113 around 7 to 5 lit ring lime. This pull In the weights should mute Mcl.iimin a decided favorite were It not for the fact that he has been idle since losing his welter :rown lo Barney Ross lost May 28. Mallunal Chicago ..: St. I/>uls .;..... New York Pittsburgh Cincinnati UOStbll ;; Philadelphia llrooklvn , League W. L. Pet. 12 C .U07 10 7 .D88 10 I) .55Q !) 11 .5.9 10 10 .500 0 10 .444 . tl 13 .381 7 12 .3G8 ID. Since then Tony had 10 fights, I Including a title defense against NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION Al lioth on Oct. 4. Five of those IN DELL SPECIAL SCHOOL D1S- " -'-'—' " ' ' TRICT NO. 22 OP MISSISSIPPI , . .- - , , COUNTY, ARKANSAS. dynamite by knocking mil four of Notice is hereby given that tire those five opponents. The 'fifth' County Court of Mississippi Coun- Johnny Padlck, lasted the ly, Arkansas, has called n. special American Boston New York Cleveland Detroit W. L. Pel, infills of. the old mnster. i Washington ...... Pej.rnk.l~,,"another.,;-,\y|th a >Noire] Chicago ..... . nnmr- nnme, 'is siimll, but goes [Pliiladelp'hia .. places with a football tucked 'i-ii- i St. [.uuls''..:'...'.'.. dcr Ids arm. ,.. --^.f. 5 I Page, a back from Ehelbyvlll(\ fiul., is n fine bloekjr, but u poor Jjill Imndler. That doesn't make t'tuhlilreher mad. lie's looking 15 14 IS D .700 .050 .SCO 11 12 . 7 10 . 7*12 . 3 n . for men capable o[ deal-ins path for .carriers. .Light HorS'. 1 Harry will solve Page's problem. Page will block. . Stuliklielier can I:? depended! upon lo get the maximum out of I Baseball Results Southern I.rapuc Nashville 10, Memphis 4. . Atlanta X, Birmingham 2. Chattanooga f>. Little Rock 3. Kuoxvill. 4. New Orleans 1. National he luii\ and hcnccrorth, "i"t's). New Yolk 0. Pittsburgh 5 (10 in (here Isn't likely to be any intern al dissension in Madison. Wisconsin is to bu noiigrnlnlnlivl for havini; chosen srch an able citizen as 111? lu-acl of its :<lh- letle department—the branch having lo do whh football in par- Hnclgcr varsity ineu wi'. plcnly of football as they drive on for Wisconsin. Rimer, p 011 Tolals 30 4 8 21 2 JfcMullin's Grocery AB U H PO A Pcmiscot League Will Open Its Season Sunday CARUTHERSVIl.LE. MO.—T ]l e Pcmiscot Comity linseuall League will gel underway Sunday. • With file final setup arranged for day, eight teams have come j mio uic league. Clamcs scheduled j for Sunday: James slore at Stan- 0 Icy, Braggadocio at Dixie Park, Ma-! plewood al Uccring, Number Eight' nl Cotlomvood. Chicago 8, Boston fi. St. Louis 3, Philadelphia 2. Brooklyn 5, Cincinnati 2. ' American League Chicago 5, Wa-iilngton 1. Bosloti 7, St. l»uls 4. Clecvland 7, Philadelphia 1. N6w Vurk 14. Detroit 3. Gray, ss Abernathy, sf Barker, cf ... Higdon, 3b ..: Hancy, 2b ... Gaines, lb Little, If Today's Games Soallicrn I.cnfruc Menipbis at Nnshvllle. Liltlo Rtwk al Clmllanooga. New Oilcan;; al. Knoxvllle. Hirinin|:ham at Atlanta. Xatioiial League Bo' al Chicago. Philadelphia at St. Louis. NVvr Yoik at Pitlsbui-gh. Crookljn nl Cinrhnnili. Ainrriraii l.raetii; Drlrnit nt New York. Cleveland at Philadelphia. Chicago at Washington. St. l.aiis at Boston. Layton will demonstrate the "diamond system"; play three-cushions against the bcsl local stars; display his repertoire of fancy shots and devote one hour to free Instructions. Berkeley, Cal., trained for the honl ... ... - , • -> -"• Meanwhile Canzoneri. has been ,„ Nm : York, while Tonv condi busy WAIT lor since winning (he j llo , lc[ , Bt | lk Marlboro', N Y. iBhtweijjIit title in an elimination j nl , m ' final against Lou Ambers last Mnj)| 10-round route by a miracle. He was on rubber legs during most of (he latter rounds. Since both are fading veterans nt the ripe ring ages of 30 for Tony anil 29 for Jimmy, condition will play n n Important part In the fight if it goes past the five-round mark. With more recent fighls under his "uelt Canzoneri should be in tlie better .shape. But McLarnin Is a clean liver and a chap who keeps close to peak condition'; in or mil of the .ring. election to be held in Dell, Arkansas, on the 1C day of May, 1930, al which HID qualified electors of said School District shall vote on Hie question of a G mill building fund lax, to be collected annually on the assessed valuation of the taxable property in the District, beginning with the taxes collected In 1037, [o repay the principal and Interest of a proposed refunding bond issue of $23,000 which will rim for 24 .years. Suc'n election Realty Transfers Warranty Deeds , The Samaritans of America, Inc. to "Billy O. Parsons, lots 11 and 12, block 3, Park addition to Bly- thevillc. Addie Lumber M. While to Blythevillc company, lot 8, block 1, Chicayo Mill and Lumber company's second addition lo Blyllie- shall be held in said district on the Bride to Sec Fight '•'.' . |-16 day of May, 1036, : between the This will IJQ Jimmy's first fight.' hours of 2:00 p.m, and G:30 p.m., since taking n bride, the former j and otherwise in the same manner Lillian Cupit of Vancouver. Lilian "s provided by law for holding sps- wlll lie walehing at the ringside ! clnl school elections, at the follow- giving her hard-hitting husbaml.hig poling places, lo-wit: additional incentive to win. She! D 0 " School House, never saw him fight before. "Witness my hand this 16 day of During 11 years of busy cam- April, 1930. The first public surveys In the United Slates were made in Ohio, under an ordinance of the Continental Congress passed in 1785 Slightly modified, ordinance became an act of Congress nao and _> still in force WHY So imporlnnl it Lliiiif< as the lii'p of your car— Your car builder urges frequent and right lubrication and so do \vc— For lubrication is far cheaper than cars— Let's Lubricate save your car. a n d PHILLIPS Service (Icnicr Phones 777 - 810 W. J. Wunderlich, JIgr pitlgnlng, Canznncri won three titles: feather, Junior welter and lightweight, while McLarnin gar-1 nercd only one, the welter, in 12 i years of professional ' scrapping. ] However, Jimmy met—In over-] Ihc-wclght, matches—nine champions from flyweight to welter and registered victories over all of them. A couple of these reversed previous defeats. This wns additional to wrestling the 141-pound crown from Young Corbett in 1933": iinrt his three embroilments with nais. McLarnin, who now lives nt WINNIE VIRGIL TURNER Comity Examiner. Kcfore You Buy Any Outboard - Sec the NEPTUNE Single Cyl. IP. 1 ' 1 -* (Other Sizes to 16 H. P.) HU'BKAUI) TIRE & BATTKKY CO. E. Eubanks, rf-p 2 Reed, c , 2 Stevens, p .... E. Eubanks, rf 2 3 1 0 4 1 1 2 0 1 4 0 1 300 3 0 1 004 1 2 1 000 1001 ' . orth (3), Terry (4), Johns • , wo so & —Hunt, Saliba Three bas» hit— C oar Home run-Terry. Earned nnjs-ofr Canned 5, oft Saliba 2- otr.Burns 1 Base on balls-on car- 2, Sa- 1. Hit.— off wts . .— : (5 .runs) in 5 mnmgs, off Burn- L 1, ™ n 2 , in 2 Innl "S 5 Winning pitthcr-Saliba- Umpires- Brownin and DobjnS Time of game- Totals as 3 7 21 11 By innings: Robinson 301 000 0-4 McMull ill's 102 000 0-3 Summary: Errors—Brogdon (2) Wimberley, Higdon, E. Subanks Reed. Runs batted in—Potter (3) Abernathy, Barker (21. Earned runs' —on Stevens 3; off Rimer 2. Two base hits—Gray (2). Three base hits—Potter (2). Home run—Barker. Base on ballj—off Rimer 7- ofT Stevens 1; off Bubanks 2. Strikeouts-Rimer 9. Hlts—6 hits (4 runs) off Stevens in 3 Innings; 3 hits, no runs, on Eubanks in 4 in- nlgs. Losing pitcher—Stevens. Umpires—Browning and Dobyns. Time of game—59 minutes. Second Gamo Robinson Drug AB R HPOA 31000 Bl^ckard, ib-sf Potter, c .. . 1 Rodery, r sf-cf . Warrlngton, 3b - Brogdon, If ... l Wimberly, 2b . " "<-•'-- C f-ib 2 33 1 2 12 0 0 1 1 0 ..4 .. 4 . 2 0 .30 I 1 . 3 0 0' 2 _ * • 1' 0 fl 0 0 Roiish, rf 3001 WELDING ELECTRIC & ACETVLENE TROMPT SERVICE REASONABLE PRICES Barksdale Mfg. Co. 'I've beeri all arouti^ •' '••: :••'•":-' \-'- :, ? "J the Short-circuit '^.,.-» ' " ' PICKHANES ILLUSTRATION slum ens 'ttal types of coiimt^ ttnictioii. Grrpet placed directly but u'DoJ -laid- THESE are a lol ol ahoclts atound the Shorl-drcuill You may buy a pair you Ihink looks swell—and Inen lind Ihcy wouldn't iil a lax lonierl . . . There's no room (or Your hips ... tl,o logs aio too skimpy ... you'ro cul in the crolch • • . and the colors may fade. 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