The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 19, 1930 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, July 19, 1930
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PACK SIX 1 ARK.) t:oiiKfri:k-Nir.'.vs SATURDAY, .JlJl.V |fl, 1330 ITPIIlIi They Ar(?'Yols of the Bullpen" Catchers Wlio Spend Time Warming Up Pitchers : Like Their Jobs. BY CLA1RK Bt'HCKV ,VE\ Service Sports U'rllfi j NEW YORK.—-Oirtja t-ver hea. the one about Die (nrmer's daugn- . ter at the band concert? You iiavc- j n't? Well, you see this ga\-." Mfiylje you'd like to hear tlir- : 'lory. If you would, I suggest lliut you eel Benny Bengougli or Ora- • ver Hartley or Rofic-r llri-snaliau or | Cy Perkins to tell you. Any or tho--: felloes now doing duty in t!i<: 111:1- : jor league bull pens c;m u-!l u : They know a lot morn coed MIC:;. | 'too. They've eol a boiler llu" "'. '• stories than tlie traveling !,nlir. , man who uw*l to make Springlii-lr" : and stop al llie Empire Hie tir.-.t , of every month. : The everyday lile or a tri'.^lior i who stands 'way out there in a tor- ! nei of Ihc Held and lets piu-hi-i-' throw baseballs R 1 . him Iw hall tin; . aflenunn seems to ilie in-.ijority ut , us like ihc most monotonous kind . o! toil. Chances are that the funs ', who watch the games from trand- . stand c*als never give them a | thought, except possibly to caith . .the number of the luirler wnrminu : up to relieve Whoozis, who nils ucuu I bombarded till over, the lot In Ihe ; second inning. 1 You'd be surprised if you knew I what goes on out there. Yes sir, the bull pen in a major league park is a most Interesting spot. As fieimy , Bengougli remarks, "It's n flue | place for rest and meditation." \ ' Rest and meditation aren'L Hie j only tilings the boys find In 'he ; • bull pen. Stories, laughs, ice cream.! pop, card games aiid In sonic in- ! stances sleep, keeps Ihelr minds oil j the ball game move thfn you'd; • suspect, fhey hear little and | Jess for the exclltnsnt, tii" !i<".\Ilii3 and the cheer-; as the bas-.'iMll bugs In the Elands go nutty ove- :lil> home run or ll.rt shoeslrlng calcX * * * ' •. Roger Bresnalian, the former Qlanl slar and now bullpen caleli- er for Detroit, slls in a roi'kln? chair in the Tigers' bullpen. He always takes a cigar out there with him and lights It up lo smokr hi conter.tmenl through lh= lirst inning or two. If it looks like n nice • quiet gnmc. he takes a nap. , Only a few days ago in Yankc? SUdlum, Roger's lilllc nap caused quite a furor In Ihe Tiger dugout Bueky Harris swore wllh emphasis for several minutes. As it happened Ho«er- began hi' nap after noting that all seemed •well and-quiet. Shortly things began to happen. Yankee hits exploded all over the paslure. The ringing of the bullpen telephone continued merrily, Finally Ihe receiver came down. -."Say, whaltnell's Ihe matter out Puts Tigers Across; Yankees Lose One. lo Brownies. ' NEW YORK.— Tlic Chicago Cul)< ' *eie only a gome behind the lead' ing Robins of Hie National cirntl 1 • ye.sleiday atler trimming nil' Hodx i-rs Friday. The Mucknien v.rm turn : the Senators did 'tlie same: i" I i American League. i Hlicnff Blake Iliniied Ihe lianl- ! hllliiiK fiMttrr. lo (We bingli's a| the Ri-iilns-scorr-d 13 hits oil Hire' , Robin -hurlers. The final score, I to 'i.; Wilson, Blaonclle, Ti",c'f. ami Knglish hit for the circuit. A (Ive run rally In the ninth In. nlng gave, the Key/ York Otunis a i triumph over tho Ht. l.ouis Curcli- i nals yesterday al New York, U to ^. I "Wild Bill" Ilalliihan kept tho Oi- I aiiLs well In linnd- until Ihe final | frame when Ihe Cords blew ai'i ear- ferings of three Baronial pitchers steadily for a 12 to 4 triumph. Ble- . then held the Barons lo eight lilts while his mates were smashing tiv.'ay. The New Orleans Pelicans went lo work with a zest yesterday and won a 15 to 4 victory over the orphan Bears. Tho Bears bobbted throughout Ihe game, totaling seven errors. | ly lead as > er. •Wild Bill" uiriir : ri \vild- I^auc Morgan Hounc;, above, may )x- Ike to hi.s frk'nd. 1 ! but to Uncle Wilbei'l, Robinson of (he Robins. lie's probably Djniel nixmc or mint other name, for names mean lint, little to Hobbie. At any lale, tlic: l>hj Dal that Ike broiighl from [ill 1 coast league to Brooklyn ha^ Ix'cn a lioon to the Rollins, whti conilnue to perch on the of the National League ivee is not, Ihe cUu.siest • - - - us not, me iiy-tnti ' eiiiiie, bin he wields such The Pittsburgh Pirates won a 12 | sll( .., al tl|C |)lal(1 Llial iser in the DRLSMA.HAH TAYLOK 1)111 YOU KNOW THAT— riivldenil clireks of the S:in Trancisco Sftils have been nice healthy ones since 1021 as $GO,000 worth of ivory has been ells- posed of lo Inn big leagues . . . Cir-oige Piitimin, Seal magnate, says i lie.roast loop would show financial success without, mnjor league snles . . . He buses Ills opinion en Kucramento figures, which show only two sales since- 192-1 . . . Calchrr .Joe Snrlnz made our nf llu 1 [nslesl 'shlfh on rcrmd when lu> came to Hit majors . . . .lust bcfniT a nlghl game al Indianapolis, Sprlu? was surprL^d by belny told he hud bren sold to Cli-vclniul . H« ruughi Ihe night game foi the Hoixslers. tonk the midnight Klce|XT, iind wns behind the ba for llie Indians ill 1:30 i>. in the next aflernoun. Soiillicrn Lragtie W. Mem plils — New Orleans Birmingham Atlanta Litllu.Rock . Chnttanooga Nashville .... Mobile 32 30 44 4!> 4a 51 4'2 53 28 iifi ru f)3 49 BO . 49 4-1 Pet .663 .57C .527 .520 .500 .4113 .442 .30 Dud Cason Boys Beat iSteele, Mo. The, American Legion juniors of Blylhevllle and Mississippi conn- y admhiLslcred n decisive 12 to li irubbing to the Steele, Mo., junior cam. champions of Southeast Missouri nt the Chicago Mill park Summer Courses Score Success with Coaches American I.tajue W. L. 1'hllndelphia Cl 2!) Washington 5G 31 Now Yoik 51 30 Cleveland 44 44 Detroit 42 49 Chicago 32 S3 Ht. Louis 33 Mi Boston 32 5 Pet .07 .04 .58 .SIX) .45 .37 N'nllnnal ! to 4 decision over the Boston Braves . at HOM.UII. Comorsky, Pirate out- i (ii-lder, lr:d the Uuc attack with a ; homer, two doubles and a single, i Spencer was (he winning hurler. The Cincinnati Reds took the I Phillies to a trimming uy the score j uf 13 to (J. The tcains were dead. talked G-G at the beginning o! the 1 but the'Reds pushed over j five runs in that inning and pulled • itv;ay. Prey was the winning Imrl- Tiie rhamplon Athletics swamped Ihe Chicago White Sox, 15 to.I. The Alhlelk's made llu-ii- hils count gaining IS runs off 1ft hits. Jimmj f-'oxx \vlth Iwo iioiuers and a double led the Mack attack Earushuw coasted in with »n easy win. Tlie netroil '1'igcrs won a close game from Ihe Boston lied Sox 7 to G. Sondl received ciedil [or the victory although relieved by llog- Koenig was the slar for the nulls iniisi t:e overlooked to a cer- uin extent. Clucks Take Vols by Big Margin, Pels and Crax Win Easily. ATLANTA, Cli.— The Memphis Chickasaws and Nashville Vuls .staged a slugging contest with ihe Chicks proving ihi> best bauers by •j margin of 21 10 14 triumph. The Chicks galloped o.'f to an eight run c-ad in the fhst Inning, followed it six more in'ih: sec-and and -cored oil and on the rc-.U of Ihe joute. Chili McDaniel, first sacke'- of the Chicks, balled In nine inns during Ihe i-nco'.mter, scoring, two homers and a single.' The buses v:tre packed each • time, McDanle! unleashed his four-' ply smashes. WelK-r went, ihe route for the Chicks. The' Chattanooga l.oakoulr, nosed out the I.ittlc- ftock Travelers and ihrreby broke their loain" Osceola Indians Take Helena to Cleaning OSCfCOijA, Ark.—The Oseeola In. ani defeated the Helena .'f>a- pprters en the local diamond Friday score !> to 4 for their 23rd win of the season. The tribe bunched their hits-in the fourth when four hits produced three runs. Fred Taylor, who has been out ot Ihe game with a spiked foot, was In the ineup for the Indians and tripled with two on' or llie game. • ••'.••'• ' '••. Werne pitched for (he Tribe and wa.'J stingy with hjs hits but errors on the,part of his team mwf& lei in Ihe runs!: for. 'the'visitors." ' Oseeola plays . .'oMarisuma,. here Sunday and Mohetie',.'Arkj,' here Tuesday. ' '. ' ?r.d won ovr-r the »ev: York Yan- tccs 14 to C. Sum Gray pitclii-d thn full name for the Browns and kept the Yankees' hils scattered. Ruth, buck in Ihe Yankee lineup afier a I few days resl, hit a homer, Iriple ' and double. • - slrcak ihut had extended to sever straight "nines. The Chattanooga team' finished in front 5 lo -1. 9 four run rally in ihe fifth put ihe Lookouts across. The Atlanta Crackers nil the of- KNOXVII.LE, Term. I UP)—With a view of relieving unemployment, and repairing the city at the same time Ihe Knoxvllle Chamber of Commerce made July "repair month" lo business houses and citizens in general. Read Courier news Wanx Ads. Tigers, smashing a homer anil unking a circus catch. The Washington Senators got uack al the Cleveland Indians yes.... ... -- - _ . lerday for Thursday's defeat by ici° yesterday. wiuniug 8 I 06. Liska started for The Dud Cason boys oiilhlt and Washington unt was relieved by outllelded their opponents for nj Brown. clean victory.' The local yoMllis.l The St. Louis Browns awoke yes- Norllicast Arkansas champions, lire tei-day after seven straight dcicats FAYRTTEVILLE. Ark., July 19 (UP)—Popularity of tlie athletic , couching classes at Ihc University '; of Arkansas is itirceasing, accord- Ing to Fred C. Thompson, director don't you answer > of athletics. came Harm' Irate j Courses offered this summer includes theory and practice of toot- ball, track mid field sprris. basketball and treatment o( mhlollr injuries. Enrollment figures showed 23 high school conches enrolled in the bnskclball tourar. 15 hi football, and 10 In tnick. nil the phone?" -voice from the other end. . "1 ain't Raj, I'm Benny." swered Bengougli meekly. "Well, -where'd Raj go'" "He's taking a nap. Shall 1 vvak.-. him?" Bucky Harris hasn't cooled off y«. . ... W. L, •10 33 BO 30 Brooklyn liicfigo New York 45 38 SI. Louis 41 W Pittsburgh 40 44 Boston 39 44 Cincinnati 38 44 Philadelphia 28 !il I'ct. .508 .58! AK .500 .416 .470 .403 .351 working hurd for the series Little Flock in August' that win delermini! the slate championship Games Today Southern/League Memphis at Nashville <lwc games. Birmingham al Alliinta. Lillle Hock at Clmttnnooga. Mobile at New Orleans. Pritchard-Lafterty Bout Attracts Interest Quile a bit of interest 1ms been aroused in Southeast Missouri over Ihe eighl round bom lo be held here Monday night between Delmar "Kid" Pritehiird of Sieele and "Babe" Lflfferly of Carutliersville. Pritchard has been working out daily at blecle, according to' re- porUi. and will enter ihe ring in excellent condition. The two bantams are the outstanding boys in Pemifcot county. The Missouri youths are slated lo fight one half of n double wlnduu al the Athletic arena here Monday night with Otto Young and 'James Macklin. Blytheville negro lightweights, In a ten round bout. Two four-round preliminaries round out Ihc card. It is only good sense to give Gristo a trial. The Scott County Mfg. Co. Miller's Supreme; Every Substantial Product of Grain There was a guy wlio sold lhat his grip wasn't as light on the golf club as ihe golf club was lighl fi-cjn his grip, cuul It wasn't O'Gool- ly. either. : American League Philadelphia at Chicago. NEW York at St. Louis. Boston at • Detroit. Washington at Cleveland games.) (two Dutch Henry, ihe White Sox pitcher, Is a hound lor pinoclile and takes his pinochle deck to the bullpen with him every lime. This was'at the Stadium, too. . An SOS from the Sox dugout come just as Dutch had made n 350 bid, melded his hand and stnrt- ed to play for the points needed. "I'll finish Ihe hand for you. Dutch," a Yankee pilcher remarked. - ' "Qo ahead. It's just a breeze anyhow. I can't lose," called Dutch as i he started for the box to finish Ihc ball game. I In the clubhouse alter the gam? . Henry came upon ihe \ankec pitcher. i "That Imnd was u clucli. wasn't' it? Where's the money? I must have | come out ahead of the game." I "Oh, yeah? Well, you went down , 80 points on that hand and you owe | the pot Uiree buck?." answered Hit Yankee. , And Henry hasn't teen tlic same • since, either. e t In Philadelphia there's a fellow who is a real pal to Benny Bcn- gou&h, who always has a lot of Inn' with the people in the sl.M-.Js This Itllow buys Benny food—and on a regular schedule. The second inning is always hotdog lime. Benny drlnlcs.the fellow's soda i»,' al the end of the game. 'And in between times. If the Mackmen stage ' a rally, tlie fellow comes through I with ice cream and this advice: i "Eat this and keep cool." There have been some great bullpen workers/ Remember what o'.d i Wiley (Cy) Moore and Bengougli ! did for. the Yanks in 192"? Porkins , and Grove arc functioning efrtei- ' Philadelphia. Ferrell and Hartley teamed up for the Indians : at least three'or four limes a week \ lasl year. Zack Taylor and Charlie i Root swap stories regularly in the ' Cubs' bullpen. . "A job In the bullpen is a icnch." I says Benny. After reading that Temple and I the University of Miami will play • football in Convention Hall, At- • lantlc City, the night of November 8, O'Gootty wrote his old pal., Steve Hannegan, asking him to; sU«e' the Memorial Day auto races ( In Madison Square Gnrden'ns ai curt4ln-raiser to the -six-day bike! Read Courier Wews want nds. The "telegraph tree" of India has electrical qualities which can kill people with weak hearts National League Pittsburgh at Boston. 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We are proud and eager to submit these cars to the inspection and test of the public. 3 3E CHRYSLER EIGHT: 'standard Models-Roads'.er S1M5, Coupe $1495. Sedan $1525-Special Coupe 51535 Special Sedan $1565. Special Convertible Cou,x- S1665. Sporl Roadster MSIX wire ! wheels and ™^™£>_ ERIAL EIGHT. Semi . . _ SI595 All lirlccs P O. B. Factory. Special equipment extra. CHRYSLER IMPERIAL EIGHT. Semi Passenger Sedan, Sertan-Li.nousine. Tlvo-Passcrger Seiuu. Closed-Coupled Five-Passenger Sedan. Ar- vango viltli us for an Immediate demonstration. _ ^^ FOWLER MOTOR CO. Blj/thtville, Ark.

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