The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 22, 1939 · Page 6
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I'PAGB BIX;, BLYTHEVILLE, (ARKJ COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1939 Giants, Gubs;.p«lg-- Gain Game On Gin- plunked r, home. ?«h six hits and the cute, scored | ^'^.;V-- BY "GEORGE KIRKSEY ; : • itnit'ed-. Press Staff:, Correspondcn ^ •• ; i ; NE\V 'YORK;. June 22, (UP) — ; r ^Cincinnati's four closest pursuers •-•. 'were : creeping up on the Reds to- 'K 'day ready' to put on the pressure. i - /The •; Ca rdin als, GI ants, C ubs nnd :?'.' jj^ji.*. r^ir'nnlnnVl o full Pflme Oil n, the second frame Thou Wyntt ethcd 10 men in order until Ihe fourth when Lomile Frey tripled juifl scored the tjlng uni on Ival Goodman's stneli Tlie game was deadlocked 1-1. unlll U"-' » ml1 when D3lf Camilli hit his 13th ibmer' to increase; his National League lead, and that punch proved lo be the ball game. Vander Mccr save upoiily two other hits. Wyalt iiekl the Reds to five. It was the Dodgers' first night victory over the Rids since mght toll' .was introduced in the majors. Brooklyn hud lost seven straight night games to the, Reds. The Reds' defeat enabled the Cards to trim the league-leaders' margin to 514. games. St, Ixmis •ined out 18 hits to overwhelm the 'hlllles, U-2. Curt Davis gave up line hits, winning his eighth game Don Giittei-idgc hit a homer will b<x)gers:'ali: gained a full game on 'the Rids Yesterday, ririi! if the men •'•%' Mckechiiie show any signs of : : tj^rack!hg. they; all are near enough ; V Jo causp:'troulile, r : ; ','.,.•. : ~ : A jbhuiiy Vdnder -Heer. threw : \two A "liome'nm:balls last night to spoil ' 'fan' - ! otherwise superb pitching job : ;"'Siid ; bowed to defeat, 2-1, : Ueforc ';v ; ,24;WO fans at Cincinnati. Whitlow '-- .'w'yatt'pitched his "seventh"consc'c- ;'-iitive triumph. v..~ mates on and Davis lilt one with the bases empty. Winning their 10(n game in 1 starts, the Giants exploded a 1C hit attack to beat the Pirates, 0-4 and climb within seven games o the Reds. .Carl JIubWH's .rclle pitching In the lust 1 1-3 innings In which ho stopped a rally In th eighth with two men on base and the Glnnls only one run ahead, proved Die turning point. " Enrl Whllehill lei the Bees down The players' Dl?zy Dean accused of not hustling made live hits count for "three• >uns, largely through a double by Hnilnett and n tiiplc by Reynolds. The Yankees turned'On lite heat again and knocked down lite White Sox,'0-8, after trailing, C-0, at this tart of the half of the .fifth. The Yanks routed their old jinx, Thornon Lee. Bill Dickey's se'vonlh-ln- tlng homer with a mate ch base vas the deciding punch. Steve Sundra, who relieved Lefby Gomel; received credit for his fourth trl- imph against no defeats.' Tlie Red Sox slipped to 12 games behind Hie Yanks by losing, 0-0 to the lowly Browns, who were rec hot behind rookie Jack Kramer 1 classy twirling. Kramer kept 1 hits scattered. Boston left n dojcci men stranded and hit into tw double plays. . Toe/ay's Sport Parade By Hear/ HcUmor* Ark-Mo Opposes Bottlers; V-8's To Face Goodyear Cleveland tcok advantage of soin wierd fielding by the Senators on nosed llicm out, 9-8.'The Indlai made seven hlls count for nh runs while the Senators could get only eight tallies on their 11 bln- (jles. Washington made four errors and left 14 men stranded. * • * Yesterday's hero—D:lf Camilll, Brooklyn first baseman whose, ninth- inning homer gave the Dodgers a 2-1 victory over the Heels. BASEBALL STANDINGS Northeast Arkansas League W. L. PCt. anithersvllle .. ...... 31 13 .705 ewport .. .......... 2522 .532 ariigonlcl ..' ........ 19 28 .104 jsl^ro .. 18 30 .375 Southern League W. L. PCt. NEW YORK, June 22. XUP)—1 ant some information, please, 01 radio program that has beei >lanned for Monday night. Unless Us publicity departmcn as' sent out two entire pages o ypographlcal errors, the Natlona Broadcasting Company will pu Max Schmellng, Harry Thomas nnd John Henry Lewis on the ai This would make sense If Schmel ng were going to sing, Thoma. discuss Far' Eastern problems, nnd .ewls read oft a few recipes. But they aren't going to do anything of the kind. The three 111211 —and if tltis isn't hard to believe, then O rover Whnlen never had-hln pants pressed—the three men are going to tell Tony Galento how to defeat Joe Louis In their world's heavyweight fight of next Wednesday night. Can you imagine three men with less knowledge on. the subject of how to defeat Louis? The last time out with Joe, Schmcltng wound up on the floor In (he fust round, cry- Ing in agony and with a set of vertebrae that rattled like dice as he was carted away to the repair shop. Ills' advice certainly should Arkansas Missouri Power Corporation will meet Coca Cola Bot- llers, first half champions, In one of the final games of the first half of the City Softball league race tonight. , : i« In Ihe second game of the doubleheader Ooodycar's Rubbermen Iwhi Sialve bounced back nicely) wil meet Ihe Phillips Motor Company' V-8's. Ark Mo dropped n 10 to 0 declslor to the Deerlng, Mo. All-Stars a Peering last night after beatin Deerlng here recently. Mattix And Roland Chattanooga Swamps Atlanta; Home Runs Are Thick At Knoxville Meet Friday Night LEPANTO, Ark., June 21.—Roy Mattix of Lepanto, student at Arkansas State College, Jonesboro, and Bert Roland of near Osceoia will feature the American Legion Boxing Show at the new Legion nosing Arena which will be opened for the first time Friday night, June 23. Fights start at 8:15. In the semi-finals, Allan (Smiley) OIIU|'. n>" .-"• v be valuable to Galento. At .best Lane, and Bathel Aired of near Ul; ,„..„. — .- -•-•-.--- - •-,-.. bv , osceoia will cliush In a six round all he can tell Cla lento s that by O f Marked Tree, using ™ utln '. n " d ! °- weight 133 and Jack Dillard of .«.r Osceo,,, weight HO are.sched- By United Press Chattanooga's chances of regain- Ing the Southern Association lead from Memphis looked brighter today after the boys of Lookout Mountain town practically pulverized the Atlanta Crackers, 10 to 2. Last night's win enabled the Lookouts to gain half a gamd on the Idle Chicks, which still leaves Memphis a. game and a half to the fore The Knoxvllle Smokies lost to Nashville, 5 to-4, despite an amazing, exhibition of home run clouting, and the Birmingham 'Barons won. from New Orleans, 8 to 0, in other games. Chattanooga sealed Atlanta's doom early, scoring seven runs in each of the second and third innings. Atlanta served up four pitchers for the slaughter. Clyde Smoll was the loser although Jinx Polnrtextcr suffered the most damage. The rampaging Lookouts reached him for five hits .and seven tins In the one-tlttrd of an in- ilng he worked. Al William, an! old Cracker nemesis, loateil to vlc- my behind the gigantic lead. Going Into the seventh at Knoxville, Nashville 'was ahead, 4 to 0. And then the Smokies began jwp- nerlitjf the regions beyond Die fence. Hafey and Kies lilt homers hi the seventh, Young poked one in tlie eighth and then Hafey knotted tlie count with his second round-tripper in the ninth..But the long hitting had proved contagious, nnd Bill Rodda hil one over the fence in tlie lOtli to win the game for Nashville. Tlie Barons built up an early lead against New Orleans and their Rood Courier News want ads. pitcher, Julian Tubb, weathered four-run Pelican rally in the fifth to win handily. Birmingham.poled out 14 hits off four New Orleans hurlcrs, Leo. Ogorek leading the attack with • three safeties. Today's games are New Orlean? at Atlanta, Birmingham at, Nashville, Little FWck at Knoxvllle and Memphis at Nashville. .- OBTAIN RELIEF FROM CYSTITIS (Inflamed Bladder) McnLGETVj(SO| !HM«!I.1lic«lnlll. - ..... i . l. » OSTKKX toJ.I to. . niktr ntundi t tlc> ol thli li «^" » i. B«l>, pliu- .„, uu,i,. .m »',,;^,Vor,'hi;vKi<VTw iiij. Ott new joulh loOar. .TfceNewRawOyittrTetlc Kirby Bros, Drug Co. . | ca^from^e Hnl .to - your under the Schmeling was still care of physicians the last lime I Icmphls .. Chattanooga thoxvllle .. llnnlngham Atlanta '.. Orleans Nashville .. ,ittle Rock 30 25 .. , 3521 31 28 ........ 30 28 31 31 20 34 25 32 24 30 .590 .565 ,525 ,51V .500 .460 .439 .400 •.'National League W. L. Pet. Cincinnati .. 37 13 .GUI St. Louis 30 23 .5GG New York ..'... 30 20 .636 ihicngo 'I. ...'. ,29 28 .509 Brooklyn"-. 27 27 .500 Pittsburgh 24 20 .453 Boston • I:. •••« 32 .407 Philadelphia .. ........ 1833 .353 American League : \V. L. Pet. New York Boston .. • ••• Cleveland .. Detroit .. ........ Chicago .. ........ Philadelphia Washington St. Louis 16 39 SAVE TIRES! JUNE 22nd TO JULY 4th 50 SAVING From Standard List ON BIG HUSKY GENUINE NEW icard of htm, and It should cheer Tony no end when Max, the rattle of his crutches providing the music, talks Into the mike from Berlin. ' ' As for Thomas, it is even money that he still Is unable to talk after the licking Louis gave him. The only sound advice; he could offer Tony would be along the lines of how to make a graceful collapse to the canvns. Thomas Is recognized by one school of fallcrs as the best in the business. When struck he employs n forward right, nee bend with a two and a hair ainor of the neck and shoulders This is followed by a full twist nd a one and a half. By. this pro ceciure he saves wear and tear on the cuffs of his pants, and also always lands near the closest exit Lewis, if he talks at' all, wll lave to fall back on a discuss 01 of the proper approach lo Hi slaughter. Certainly that is a he remembers of his shambles wit Joe in .Madison Square Garde last winter. As I remember t John Henry, when he walked ova to meet Joe, was given 10 points for n perfect rise from his stool, 0 points for the registering of n erfect look of horror when. ..he liscovered what he had gotten ilmsclf Into, 10 more points ,101 lot jumping out. of the ring,-and 10 stitches (later) for what hapr icned to him. • If he has ever heard of psychology Joe Jacobs, manager of Galento. will not allow his man to be witltin half a mile of a radio when Max, Harry and John •Hems take the air to recall their mshts of honor. Much better that Ja cobs take Galento on a sighlscc inn tour through the morgue, o, keep him in good spirits by read ine to him from a book on Spanish inquisition. If Galcnto were my charge, n n insisted on listening to the racit at night. I would threaten hin th something that would mak mind. As a last resort 1 en go so far as to loll him ould match him with Louts If: I Idn't obey. Today's Games Northeast Arkansas League Jonesboro at Newport. Caruthersvllle at Paragould. Southern League Memphis at Nashville. New Orleans at Atlanta. Birmingham at Chattanooga. Liltlc Hack at Knoxville. ,,.^. for four rounds. A 'colored bout will feature Johnny Young of Lepanto and Caldwcll Mathis of near Osceoia. A curtain raiser will start the show. Jimmy Smith is referee and . Legionnaire A, W. ankcy is fight promoter for the cgion. THE NEW PATHFINDER The best tire Goodyear ever made — ot these LOW PRICES) 4.75-19 5.25-18 $C66 0.00-1G $798 '1.50-21 $C56 5.50-17 32 0.50-1G /0 Net Prices Including Yoi Old Tire GOODJnTEAR " TIRES " Real lire news for you! For one-half the cost of little-known or off-brand "standard" tires, you gel the PATHFINDER, made and guaranteed for life by GOODYEAR! 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Joe Marcsco, another of Ihe to er home boys, hit a home run ills game, which was the eigh ctory of the season for Tr9i rack. Yesterday's Results Northeast Arkansas League Night games: Newport G, Carutheraville 5. Jonesboro 7. Paragould 6. Southern League Nashville 5, Knoxville 4, 10 in- ilngs. Memphis at Little Rock, to lie played later date. Night games: ChattaiKoga 16, Atlanta 2. Birmingham 8. New Orleans 0. National league Chicago 3. Boston 0, called end of eighth, rain. ' New York 0, Pittsburgh 4. St. Louis 14, Philadelphia 2. Brooklyn 2,'Cincinnati 1. American League New York 9, Chicago 8. St. Louis 6, Boston. 0. Cleveland 9, Washington . Detroit at Philadelphia, played later date. Read Courier News want ads. to be BUY OH TIME Use your credit — conserve your cash for your Holiday trip. Hiiy now—pay as you ride. You can get top-value, low-cost 1'athfinders for a few cents a week! GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE ,410 W. 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