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PAGE SIX BLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.') COURIER NEWS Grimes Makes Good Tin cat As Charges Wallop Heavy Milling Paslimcis The Standings W ( L. Pet. Robinson Drug '..A 0 1.000 Famous Store 4 01.000 'Ark-Mo Power ....3 1 '.750 Pastime Billiards ..'...,.2 2 .500 R. D, Hughes I 2 .333 McMultins 1 3 .250 Kasl Arkansas Builders 0 3 .000 Lions Club 0 4 .000 •Bob. Cirlm'cs, skipper of the R. IX.: Hughes Clolhier.v made good his threat'to stir up things in the Commercial soft ball league this season when his team walked alii over the Pastime Milliard Parlor] aggregation at Haley Held Insll rilghl. II lo 2. In the opening | game of Hie 'twin bill Famous' rcored early ami staved off a late East Arkansas rally lo triumph, 9 lo 7, Tlie Clothiers got lo Dan War- TlmUon. Pastime ace, for II hits. Talmndge lluey, rejuvenated Clothier .southpaw, allowed but sis hits and' no walks. Warrlngton walked five men and had the misfortune lo sec, all his. bases on balls turned into scores. Rimcus made only six hits off Webb but combined their glows \ylth as many walks anil even errors lo breeze' hcme In front. Holland allowed seven hits but was not generous wllh his bases on balls. ' . i lluey had the. heavy hitting pastimers • popping out all nigtil as evidenced by the" fact that Hughes had only five assists. Hughes got off to a rush In the first inning, scoring four runs on four hits, including Whittle's home run with (wo on base. Thereafter Warrlngton held the Clothiers until the .sixth when the> ; broke loose to count three runs off (hiee hits. They added four more In the.seventh'on Iwo walks and a triple by Tommy Burns of,Cooler, Mo., who 'made his league debut by-getting three lilts. Manager Glover sent .the first. Paslime run across in the opening liming. When he : tripled his brother, Emory Glover, home. In the sixth, Emory's IwotagBcrsiiov- ed BevJH across after the'latter had singled. Famous started off with a rush scoring live runs in the first liming on., three' hits and three,%cr. iors Famous niade.three more In the fifth oil • two"'lilts' and, three errors afler adding one in Ilii! fourth. Holland, red-headed Famous M-ar,.pitched 'well'through the first five innings, allowing but one run, E(l Hayes' homer In the fifth. . ' : . ; . • In lhe_:sixlli-, East Arkansas started a brisk: rally, sending five runs across the plate' on four hits nud . three errors. Recce Moore's homer with none aboard in the 'seventh : dnlshcd the scoring. Caudle, .right fielder, .for East Arkansas, Bob Bums, Famous outfielder, and Eddie Reginald, Huglics second baseman, contributed Ihe fielding gems of Ihe night. New Mat Champ's Facial Acrobatics BALEFUL VICIOUSKESS REVEALING SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1936 Opponents quake when All 13nba, newest wrestling 'Kuril-, nary, turns Oils glare on them. II embodies nil tlie mysticism of his native Kurdistan, ,Gr-r-r-rl This is one of the ferocious expressions thai nc- ; company Ali liaba's terrifying roar. Jagged molars, framed by n flowing mustache, terrorise. Ali Ba LEER RAGE aba snys that lie subsists principally on la'mb and vegetables. Tne limb twister from the wilds of Kurdistan proves this by lolling rivals see. - - PAIN j\\\ llaba has been known lo pin big, sirring fellers-with a dirty, loolt.* This one scatters Ihose in the ringside pews and chases ic- porlers. beneath the rlni:. Hold everylhing when Ali Baba gels mad.' In place of lenring.un- ttic ring \vhciv In', this stale, the Killing Kurd usually hurls an adversary out into the crpwd. Ali Baba eannol go on being Ihc Terrible Turk forever, and is not at a loss when it is lil.i turn to .register pain. The ear makes him official. Southern MARBLE PLAYING Atlanln Litlle Rock Orleans tfashvllle . ..-.-.- .-.. Chaltanooga Birmingham ; Memphis ..'... Kiioxvllle League W. 1, 21 4 14 n 15 10 12 12 10 13 8 15 8 t« a n Pet. .1)40 .BOO .GOO .503 .435 .341) .33J .320 National League W. Ii. Pet. hlcago Kl 7 .650 SI..'Louis. ...'..- 12 1 .G32 'Ilisburgh 11 8 .579 New York '.10 9 .52(1 iincinuati 10 12 ,455 Boston .; (Til .421 Brooklyn 8 12 .400 'lilladclphla ...'.. 8 14 '.3G1 American League W. L, Pet. Boston '. 16 7 New York ...-. >.. is 7 Cleveland 14 7 .Vashlnglon 12 13 Delroit 9'10 ilcngo 8 10 8 13 3 18 ?hilEidclphia Louts .. .033 .582 .GDI .480 .474 .414 .381 .14: Victor Vanquished, Tony t'anzoncrl Jimmy McLarnln Crossing up -the experts, who predicted a weight disadvantage of some nine 01 ten, pounds would pio\c loo big a handicap against a lighter like J|nilhs 'McLai'nln' the griuid little lightweight clrampioii and \elelan Ton) Canzonerl, ga\e McLarnln a terrific licking in ii non-lltlL go last night nt York Tony was battered about coii- Northeast Arkansas League W. L. Pet 2 % 2 2 0 0 Osceola West Plains Newport Paragould Batesvillc 0 1.000 0 l.OOD 0 1.000 Jouesboro 0 slderabtv in the opening round and ap|iearcd on the verge of being knocked out but lie came back to drop Me La rn in to one knee with a. right band punch in' the second and .went on to win seven of the ten round!; and the unanimous decision of two judges and the referee at Madison Square Garden. TARHEEL TUTOR Baseball Results Southern Uafuc • Atlanta G. Memphis 2. New Orleans 12. Nashville 7. Night games: Birmingham 8, Chattanooga -1 Little Rock 10. Knoxvlllc 3. National League St. Loi'Is 11. Chicago 9. Pittsburgh 9, Cincinnati 0. Only games. American League Washington 12, Boston 0. Philadelphia 3. New York 2. Only games. Northeast Arkansas League Osceola C. Paragould 5, Newport 5. Jonesboro 3. West Plains 18. Batesville 7. After a year's" absence from major battles, due to a physicnl collapse abroad in 1934 t Alice Marble, left, has returned to the ; tennis wars. Recent winner of , Ihe Palm Springs, Calif., wom- ,'cn's It'.'i, Miss Marble will entrain for the east following the jSouthern California champion- siilp Eleanor Tennant, her 1 coach, Js shown with the sun- Wst etar t Today's Games Southern League Atlanta at Memphis. Knoxvitle at Little Rock. Birmingham at Chattanooga. New Orleans at' Nashville. National League St. Louis at Chicago. , New York at Philadelphia. Cincinnati at Pittsburgh. Brooklyn at Boston. American League Cleveland at Detroit. Philadelphia at New York. Chicago at St. Louis.. Boston at Washington. Northeast Arkansas league. Open date. ' " '. Read Courier Neira ciflMined Ads, Madrid Slay Opcralc T:i\is MADRID (UP)—Taxi cabs o]«r- atlng here will be declared u municipal enterprise, if the work ot n special commission appointed by the Mayor is successful. The present plan of the city governim'tit is to form a mixed company for the operation of all cabs in the ci'ty. KILL POT L Waving Day, Avoided 51 Years NEW PHILADELPHIA, O. (UP) —Mrs. Surah E. Rarabraudt. si, is the only woman tn this area who hasn't experienced a moving day. She'say.s she has lived all her life in her present iiomc which is 125 years old. , Football destinies of the Unl- Unlversily of North Carolina this year will be lii the hands ef Raymond (Bear) Wolf, nbove, just appointed successor to Carl Snavely,.who recently resigned, to succeed GH^Doble at Cornell. Wolf, lormer assistant grid coach and athletic director at Texas Christian University, has signed a three- year contract with the Chapel • , Hill school. Kaln falls only once In about 30 rears on long stretches aloiv the coast or Chile. Believes Louis Will Col Big End .In Figlu With Braddock 11) HARRY GRAVSON Srorls Kdilor, NKA Service NEW YOHK.-A cliallenjer dictating terms to Ilic heavyweight chnmi:lon would be a rare picture Indeed, but It Is likely to te painted rather vividly when James J Braddock and his manager JCP CcuM. seek to get Joe Louis inlo the /Ing. Ciotikl was (ji'lliy of one of Ihe mcsl colossal blunders in the history of the beak busting dodge In pn.«:lni> up the MUX aehmellm- match. Hraddock's handler coul-i net see Si-limcling nfier Bmildock so sin pi LsliiBly ciilTcd Max Haer about last Jnie, although warned by .James J. Johnston, the old boy b unlit of Madison Square Garden mid clliers (hat his charge would Pud himself Just where he is today unless he got the German out ol the way, "It's Louis or no one for us" ' lid Ciovlil. "Schmellng Is n bum and wouldn't draw. We'll mak.' plenty with Louis, ami would be suckers to take a chance on gel- ting a paltry-few. bucks for fighting Hie Dutchman, and possibly losing a million dollar gate with tlie negro." Wlmt Gould overlooked was Hint In sidetracking Schmellnj he paved the' way for the 15-rouiul L.ittle between the Qcnnnn and Loi:'s. which Is almost certain lo bring back the million dollar gate at Yankee Stadium, June 18. Louis acts the two shots In place of Braddock, that is If the Brown Embalmer cares lo take t \o -sbols. Brnddock misses out in one of (he richest returns box- 'ng has built, up in recent years. What is worse for Braddock Hum not being in on the count on Jnie 18 is that his ignoring t'chinelliig places Louis in the iriver's scat. It makes it possible 'or Ihc former Jersey stevedore 0 te given the run around when 1 comes time for the Garden, which, has him under' contract, nnd the Twentieth Century Club, which controls Louis, to " discuss arrangements for the staging of a championship contest. Louis in Driver's Seat Louis now can a(ford to be iu- ilependent. The Alabama-born ilnrky has made plenty of money, and the Schmeling scrap is llke> ly to pour close to a quarter of a nilllon Into his coffers one way or another. '' r . I won't be surprised If, after Louis flattens Schmeling, and who is there who believes that he will not, his handlers, John Ro\borough am! Julian Black, shock Braddock and Gould when broached on the Ki'bjecL of tackling the litlcholdcr in September. "Title bout?" Ro.xboroujh and Black probably will ask. very indifferently. "Oh, yeah, that might Interest us some. But understand, you fellows, Louis hns < made plenty of sugar in the last couple of years, and doesn't feel like workin' any too hard right now. "Louis is the attraction. He's the fellow who has pulled in the biggest crowds since Dempsey. and Tuniiey. Consequently he will hove to be well paid. Braddock can lake what's left. "You don't like It eh? Well, go peddle your papers, and fl?ht someone like Bacr. Johnny Risko, Study In Action .. and Idleness Girls Object to Showers SAN FRANCISCO (UP)—Lowell nigh school girls have protested ;he recommendation of City Health Director Oelger Jor showers, 'nicy don't object 1 to the hy- Sienlc aspects but they 'do to the effects of showers on rouge and. lialr waves during school hours, NOTICE OF Sl'KCIAL Kl.KCTION IN DF.LL. SPECIAL SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 22 OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY. ARKANSAS Notice Is hereby given that the Counly Court of Mississippi County, Arkansas, has called a special election lo be held in Dell Arkni- sns, on the 16 day of May. IM« ,-u which the qualified electors of Mil School District shall vote on ihe question of a 6 mil! bulldiiii mud tax, to be collected anmia'llv on the assessed valuation of UK:' taxable properly in Ihc District beginning wllh Ihe laxes collected in 1037. lo repay the principal and Interest of a proposed refunding bond issue of $23,000 which will run for 2+ years. Sue'n election shall be held In said district on the 16 day of May, 1936, between the hours of 2:00 p.m. and C;30 i,m and otherwise in the sa mi , mi u,,, er Lee damage, or Phil Brubakcr. Chi'ck Wiggins. Sec how much you'll get. Yeah, we're doin' the dictatln 1 . Take it, or leave 11." Sclimcltn; Wanted Braddock Braditock probably could have bealcti Schmellr.<3 lasl fail. The Mick of North Bergen would stand an excellent chance of oulscram- bling the Pretzel Pounder next month. Schmeling wasn't loo keen about meeting Louis. He was crazy to box Braddock, whom he would have given the champion's rcgt'lnr 37'..} per cent and then some. A Brtiddock-Schmellng battle In New York, due to the racial angle and whatnot, would have drawn more than some people suspected, and wouldn't have hurl the Irishman's preslige. which has suffered sadly due lo his idleness. The champion isn't in the public eye at nil. Since he left the Florida balhing beaches last winter, we haven't seen his picture In the rotogravure sections. Louis, on tlie other hand, has kept active. The Detroit youth das been news, and as such' has been in the headlines. He has eslablishcd himself as ihe uncrowned champion. True, in boxing Schmeling Braddock would have run the risk of being eliminated for less coii Don Cortex lo Grapple Willi Local Favorite; Lope/., Olsen On Card Grapplers representing three difk'rcnt nations have been .signed by Promoter Mike Meroney for his weekly American I/egloa wrestling show, Monday night at. the National Guard Armory. Don Corto/, 172 pounder from Spain, 'tackles .Freddie Kiilcklv, 170 ' pounds, Birmingham, Ala., In Ihe feature event. Paul lM\K7., Mexico, and Olc Olsen, an Ain- crlcnn-Swcclo from St. Paul, Minn., clash in the first match. Tlicy are heavyweights. As das bt-c-n the .'custom of the matchmaker, both events will have a time limit of ninety minutes with two best Jails out of lliree deciding tilo issue. ; ! Neither Cortc/ nor Lopez lias appeared here but Knlckle and Olsen have wrestled several times in the ]ocal ring since the mat I game was revived, jind liave not Lcen beaten. While Max 'Schmeling, | upper right,' nnd Joe Louis, upper left train for their coming heavy weight encounter in New 18, from which Louis may draw a quarter of Champion James J. -Braditock, • uelow, bcut, improves his mind—but who passed not his bank account. York, June million dollars, up a Schmeling than lie woi'Jd collect- were he in position to dictate terms to Louis. But, looking n't- it in that. light. Jersey Jim isn't entitled to the litle if he does not feel capable of repelling a Schmeling. Keains Hud No Alternative Jack Reams was charged wtthj big mistake when he accepted flat guarantee of $300,000 for Jack Dciupsey in the Georges Car- penlier contest of July 2, 1921. But the late Tex Htckard would give Dempsey no percentage pi i OUTLOOK ROSY ilcvje the guarantee, which seemed, fabulous at the time, anil how was Kcarns to know that the show would do $1,189,238? Had it 'been necessary for Dempsey to beat somebody in order to strike a better bargain, I IN BELIEF ROLE Saves Game As Osceola Wins Again; West Plains, Newport Win Oseeola, Newport and West Plains won their second straight, games in the Northeast Arkansas League yesterday. Osceola defeated Paragould G to 5 at Paragould with Blngham, winning' pitcher of the Oseeola- Paragould game at Oscoola Thursday, coming l)ack in a relief role to save yesterday's game for Osccola. At ''Newport, the Jonesboro Giants fell. 5 to 3, with a sensational one-handed catch by Vtilci, Newport outfielder, and a nice throw lo the plate to catch a Jonesboro base runner, featuring the game. - • Tlie only Missouri club In the loop. West Plains, won again over Batesvillc, showing heavy hitting propensities by slamming out 23 hits in an 18 to 7 triumph. England led Ihe West Plains attack with n home run, triple, double, and two singles. assured that Kearus .would Have had the Man Mauler perform the operation. Kcarns was too smart to permit . any. other heavyweight to take the play away from Dcmp- sey, which Gould has done'in the case of Bradriock. . Current plans call for a Rrad- dcck-Lcnis Joust in the fall. Louis will be faced with the income tax problem, but no match has ever fallen through on that account. Gould's job now is lo get a fair percenlage for Braddock, who cculri have written his-own ticket had he wiped Schincltiig from Ih? picture. Sometimes It pays a champion lo wait, but not when, rivals arc pulling down quarter of a million dollar purses. Snakes crawl by moving their bodies in lateral motion's, never | In vertical undulations, .as fre-' quently pictured. Inasmuch as he finished second in 1934,' Mauri Hose, of Dayton, ; CX, above, cannot see -why he ; shouldn't win this year's 500- mile automobile race at the Indianapolis Speedway on May 30. Rose will 'pilot a foui> cylinder car with a front wheel drive. 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