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PAGE SIX ,(ABK.) COURIER NEWS New King Is Crowned Holland [ Imls Fotir-1 lit Game; [Billiard Artisls Hard , lit Team Roblnsen . Fiimous •Ark-Mo Pastime Hi'.jhes • McMiillin Ifasl Arkansas Liens Club ... L, Pet. 0 1.000 5 o j.eooi 800 COO .200 .233 .OM .ODO Tlic heavy hitlliiii PaMimers defeated the Hast, Arkansas Hnlld- c-rs, 1 to 4, and Joe. Appli'bnum'.s Famous Store repelled the thrrot- c-niiijj R. D. Huiilu'.s company club, G to 1, In two Commercial .soft ball league Dailies at llalev Meld tost n!nhl. Both Pivsllnic and Kimmis got off to :i fh>l Inning lead ittul wi'i'e never headed. • Dan WniTliiglon, Pustlmp il?ht- hander. allowed the Dullilers tut six hius while his males wore eol- 'li'ctliiE 10 off Burrcs. Wnrrington stnick out three but Issued four bases on balls while Bun-ess failed to fan a man but t^ucd only one pass. Thy Pastime club played errorless ball. The Builders made three errors. John Holland, lentous red-head, limited the up and coming R. D. Hughes club lo four hits, including three singles nnd one triple. Huey, Clothiers' southpaw, also hurled well, giving up but six hlis. - Extra base hitting by the Pastime team really led lo-lhe downfall of nurres and enabled Pastime lo win. Two doubles, two triples and two 'homers, the four- ply iwats by Marshall and manager "Tiny" Glover, figured largely In the sizeable Pastime score. Marshall's homer, coming in the opening stanza, with Emory Glover's triple sent the billiard crew off (o a flying start, tftth three runs. Chlinmn's triple with Fisher on base gave the Builders n first Inning run but they could never catch the ball swatting billiard .artists. Glover's homer was registered In the sixth with the bases empty. A timely triple by Wall. Famous catcher, sent his * club ' off with a big jump In the first Inning of the second game. Two were on base when Wall caught the -ball squarely and drove It far iilo tlit Acid. He was out at the plate, trying lo stretch it into a home run. Tlie Clolhlcvs only run \vfls scored in fire fourth Inning white Famous added three more In tlie fourth, with Wall again driving in rims with a double, and one in the fifth. Rushing, Hughes shortstop, turned , tn a splendid fielding game, handling seven chances without a bobble. Bob Burns, Famous coiiterfieldcr, turned in a fine catch ns flirt Lefty Alexander, short fielder, whose running catch, brought the final game to a close. Caudill also made a nice catch. Tlie : tox scores: First Game SATURDAY, JIAY 16, 1936 OF FICKLE Pastime Cutchin, rf Marshall, cf K. Olcvcri ,<a H. Ghncr. 3b ... Barnes, sf Bevill, If Applcbamn, 2b ... Emllh, Ib Friend, c Warrlngton, p ... Totals East 'Arkansas Fisher, cf Wilson, ss Mocrc, 2b Chitman. If .... Hayos. 3b Bums, p Wright, c •Fair, «f Cai-dill. rf ' xJohnson Gilbert. Ib .... Totals AB R II PO A The new might be called the fur-weight king, because tlie Birmingham, coat of hair covering his chest, anil leys. Here's world monarch, sitthij; on his throne in the corner of the ring, after he hail defeated Freddie Miller, of Cinelnnall, In a furious 15-roimder in Washlivjton. D. C. The first ttlle iishl ever staged In Ihe capita! drew 23,000. Sarron and I-eHoy Dougan. former Blythevllle boxer, once longhl some hectic battles. .Down 11 it: Fairway lly Illrhaiil II. Itrinsma Jcncsticro will be the host clr.'i lo entertain Hie lUytheville golfers Sunday. A lnr»c number of local nlayers have been busy practicing their shots lids past week. with (he hope Hint they will be rewarded with victory for their team. Jonesboro. according to all indications. Is a slight fnvorllc to defeat Blylhevllle. John Ix?nt! will play number one pcslticn because of tlie really confident gcod player he is. Lcnii tins played a lot of golf (his past week and usually shut in the sev- tnlles. .,ne will be a hard man to bent Suiiday. Number two position will go to Loo l.lnlwnicli. Leo has not played a lol of golf this season but has regislered one of the btst scores of the season. Indicating that he Is (joint; lo have a yootl golf year. Bill Pollard will play number three position because he has improved rapidly during (he last few weeks and is now back on lih game. li. A. Lynch will play in number four position. He Is not DETROIT DEMON Because he hails from Detroit, n magnet for championships of. late, rival drivers and the huge crowd will keep nn eye on Russell Snowberccr, above, in the 500-mile Memorial Day nuto- inobile race at (he Indianapolis Speedway. The veteran will bo nt the wheel ot a six-cyliiidet cnr tillered by Joe> Tliornc: . hitting the ball as well as lie should. Last year he held number one posillon and also was the club champion. Hob Klrshner will be placed number five ninn nnd should do well In that position. He lias not played much (his season and is not playing as well _ _ ns he is capable of but Sunday 0 ojhe promise:; to be in form. Ktish- ner is usually good In competition. Harry Ihiines will be pluc- cd sixth on the list and should 0 0 31 7 10 21 8 AB R II PO A 2 3 3 0 3 0 3 0 3 1 2 1 3 0 1 0 1 0 3 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 27 4 G 21 x-Battcd for Cattclill in 7th. Sccre by innings:, Pastime .302 001 1—1 East Arkansas .'."."."111 000 1—! Summary: Errors Moore i2t Caudill. Runs batted in—Cutchin Marshall c3l. H. Glover 131 Moore. Chltmnn. Earned runs- Pastime C, East Arkansas 3. Two t'aso hits—II. Glover, Friend. Tliraj base hits-E. Glover. Cutchin. Home rims-Mai shall. H. Glover. Double play—Wilson to Mcorc i< Gilbert. Base on balls—off War rington 4; Burres 1. Strikeouts- Warrinston 3. Umpires—Browning and Whitley. Time o! earnest minutes. Second Game held his own. He has played lot of good rounds this season. Cecil Shane Is to be number seven on the team. Shane has also played some gcod rounds this season and also luis the experience of practicing at. Jonesboro a few vecks ago when he played the :c.urse in par. He ought to win lis match. James Tarry will play number eight position. Terry ills the ball and i ndcubledly will uakc a good showing liusscll -1 arr is the number nine man Farr is about the best puller on he clnb and on Jonesboro greens iiciild give a fine exhibition of low puitin« should be done. Everett li. Gee is placed in lent! losition. He has not played : Treat deal (his season and Is not| ilayiag his rsually good ganiv . M. Buck is the number eleven man. Duck is not satisfied Tvith he way he is hitting his shots at irescnt. However, he is good in competition and last year shot the Jonesboro course In 79. Farmer England Is to hold twelfth jlace. Thirteenth place goes to Frank Whitworlh. He has not played much golf this season but is a 7ocd lournamcnt player. Byron Morse is number fovrtcen on the team. Jclf Roland will play number fifteen position. Uzell Bran-i R. D. Hughes D. Burns, sf .. Reginald. 2b . Rushing, ss ... C. Bunch. If .. Whittle. Ib ... T.' Burns, rf . N. Bunch, cf . Phillips. 3b .. Young, c Huey, p Totals Famous Store Locke, 3b .... Crawford, ss . B. Lules, rf . Sanderson, Ib Wall, c AlexSnder, Kf . AB U H PO .3012 .2003 1 0 0 0 1 10 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 son is number sixteen, which not where he belongs. His game has been n bil off. Bernard GoDch is lo play seventeenth, which is also too far down the list. Goocli capable of playlnj good goll but has not had the time for practice thus far this season. G. G CnudiU.will.be eighteenth. Floyd Acton and Bob Barnes will -hold nineteenth and . twentieth |ios!tlgi respectively. Jlmmie Bell is 10 play In twenty-first place "and Bil Atllick is lo be twenty-second Twenty-third place will bo held by J. M. Williams. Charles Crig- gcr is to be number' twenty-foni man on the team and G. G. Huh' tard is twenty-five. In twenty-sixth position is T. P Florida and James Driver is t hold down ihc twenty-seventh place W. T. Bnrnctt is number twenty eight, twenty-ninth is J. Y. Turn er and the next four 'places wi be represented by J. L. Guard Russell Phillips, F. E. Wnrrci and Oscar Fendler. Following i a complete list of scores and linn dicaps: .Aver. Score H'ca 7fl 79 -80 80 80 BO 82 82 Hustling Players Replace Stars Sold to Red Sox; Manager Encouraged By IIAHHY GKAYSON Sports Killlor, NBA Service DTSTROIT.-Whcn Connie Mack peddled Jimmy FOXX, 'Roger Cramer. Eric McNair, and Johnny Marcum to the Boston Red Box last wlntsr, the boys changed the name of the Athletics lo Apathetlcs -ind predicted that they would fall out of the American League, Hut the Antithetic!! linven'l fallen out of Hie :o.-i), and in the brief period of » month succeeded In doing something that tlic Athletics, wll'n $400.1100 worth of Foxx- es, Cramers, MeNatrs, and Mar- cnnis. failed to achieve In four years. Tlir-y recaptured the fan of Philadelphia. Shihe Park crowds of 10,000 and 12,000 saw Mack's apparent "mists" of the Grapefruit League o/l 11 their current western trip. The I'nletlc.'! performed to only a few lore than the ushers last'season Mack, the bltler old man of Port lycrs, is so pleased at this sudden nn of events that he appears u ears younger and Is planning an laborate S-ebuildlng campaign at 73 "There Is more talk about the fnlctics in Philadelphia lhan there as been since we won our last •ennant In 1931," bertms the Grand Id Man. "It really wouldn't take inch to make us a power again. "There was n'great deal of mis- ndcrstanding In connection with ic sale of Foxx, Cramer, McNair. ml Marcuii). I wits to blame for ome share of It, no doubt. Per- aps I should have explained tha' e hud to dispose of them in order meet our bills and start the I93C Mson. As 1 told the fans of 1'hil- delphla at a recent dinner, 'All ml I und my associates have to low for our, many years in base- ill Is shibe Park, and there It anils on Leliigh Avenue.'" Marcum Missi-rl Most ;.. In addition to needing the money. task reali?«l that only Wally Mo- cs and Rabbit Warstler, two of he lowest salaried of his crew. enlly hustled in 1935. Next to the rewlrinlng of the 'hiladelphla customers, the spirit tf his I93U array pleasis- Muck lost. "If. we had obtained any hll- ng from Dob Johnson nnd Frank liggins. we'd have n .500 mark Ijlit now," explains the old gen- leman. "Marcmii is (lie one of the four •e sold that we miss most. KVs ot easy (o replace a pitcher who von 17 games. "Naturally, we could use Foxx's rower, but Lou Finnev makes ilays around first base that Foxx wouldn't get close to, nnd is lilting. .310." Mack became sold on Finney as i nrst sacker when the outfieldor filled in at that position last sen- oil. Three limes in 10 days Kin- icy executed one of tlie most dif- icult plays, demanded of a first mscman—Holding the ball, slart- ng a double play.nt second base, and getting bnck to the bag to complete it, Thnt is something Ihat Foxx rarely does. Big Jim Oglesby. drafted Irom Angeles, iias been out since season 1. John Lcntl .... 2. l."o LmUcnlcli 3. UIH Pollard ... 4. U A. Lynch .. 5. Bob Klrshner • 6. Harry Hntnes 1. Cecil Shane .. 8. Jiiumle Terry 9. Russell Fan- .. 0. Everett B. Gcc 1. C. M. Buck .. 12. Farmer England Frank WhHworth Byron Morse Jell Roland V.'.. Uzell Branson .. Bernard Gooch . G. G. Caudill ... Floyd Acton : ... J. G. Barnes ... Oelons. 2b ... R. Burns, cf 5. Lutes. If . Holland, p .. 1 1 0 I 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 6 (i o o oooo 26 1 4 18 15 AB R HPOA Totals 25 G 821 8 By innings: R. D. Hiijhes — 000 100 0—1 Famous Store .... 2CO 310 x—fi Snnirmry: Errors — Crawford, Dclong. Whittle. Runs batted in —Crawford. Wall (3). Delong, R. Burns. Earned runs—Famous 5 Two base hit-Wall. Three base hits—Wall. Locke, T. Hums. Bose on balls—ofl Holland 1; of! Huey 1. Strikeouts—Holland 2: Huey 1 Umpires—Browning and Whitlty Time of game—5!> minutes. 21. Jlmmie Bell 22. UilJ Aftlick 23. J. M. Williams .. 24. Charles Criggcr «. O. G. Hvbbard . 26. T. p. Florida ... 27. James Driver .. 28. w. T. Barnctt . 23. J. Y. Turner ... 30. J. L. Guard ... 31. Russell Phillips 32. F. R Warren . 33. Oscar Fendler . , 85 . 85 . 85 .85 . 88 . 39 . 91 . 92 . 92 . 92 . 92 . 92 . 92 . 92 . 92 . 92 . 92 . 92 . 94 . 97 . 100 . 100 . 100 . IM By Krcnz jSO HE TOOK THE $400,000 } WITH M /955 ? W1UV MOSBS LOU MK F/KST BASE Tf/AT 6£T CLC6K To?. -so HE TOOK -me. #;fOO,OOO, MO BKOV&HT AMERICAN ILEA6UE R'KEBALL SACK M PHILADELPHIA ISFITS'... CROWDS AND tZfxa SAW TrIE AWLETtCS OFF 0,V TfJ£K |C£ST£W 7Z?/P.... TE'e CLUB PLAVED TO £.i|pry SEATS lf> ~TtlE ONE OP Tti£ FCMR IVE SOLD IT& NOT Efts-j 75 REPLACE /) PITCHES WHO WON IJ G ' is iftof^e TALK ABOUT IHE IN PHILADELPHIA TtlfMTdSRS HAS BEEN SINCE WE tlON OUff LAST PEHNANT IN 1011.. Ttta Boys ARE t-tVSTL.IN&.,,. \V£\>£ GOT SoMETfilNC, To SELL.'! ^Atlanta Nashville Little Rock xNew Orleaas Chatlanouga Eiirtninghain Memphis Knoxvtlle Southern League W. U Pet. 25 4 ..18 13 .15 11 ..12 15 ..13 15 ..10 20 ..10 19 ...9 20 .802 .581 .5171 .552 .4(54 .33H .345 .310 National League W. L-. Pet, St. Louis .. New York . Pittsburgh . Chicago Boston Cincinnati . Philadelphia Brooklyn ...15 9 ...15 10 ...14 10 ...12 13 ...12 13 ...12 15 ...12 10 ...10 1G .G25 .GOO .583 .480 .480 .444 .429 .385 New York . Boston Cleveland ;hlcago Washington Detroit Philadelphia St. Louis .. American League W. L. Pet. ....20 9 ....19 10 ....1C 10 ....11 10 ....14 15 ....12 14 ....10 13 4 22 .G90 .655 .015 .524 .483 .462 .385 .154 Wins Over Paragould; Osceola Loses; Jonesboro Drops Night Game Newport continued to set a brisk pace for' the Northeast Arkansas league by winning again Friday at Paragould, defeating the Rebels, 0 to 1, behind the three- hit pitching of FCd Callahan. young southpaw. At Hatesvilte the Osceola Indians lost a free-scoring tilt to | the Batesville club. 17 to 10. Os- j ceola made 11 hits and' IJatesville ] 13 while the Indians made six errors to four for ISatcsville. j . At Jcncsboro last night West Plains, Mo., turned the tables on the Giants, after dropping Thursday night's lilt under" tlic ' arcs, by winning 9 to 5. Badger lo (loon Doi>' On Mai S'c rap Mo nd a v Program As an added attraction celebrating the transferring: of the American . Legion weekly wrestling shows to the open air arena at the L'.'gion lint Monday ni<?rit, a. badger will Ire pitted against a [ vlctoi-s coon flog—n light lo tin. finish—Promoter Mike Meronev announced today. Arrangements were made with a nntn in Poplar Bluff. Mo., who claims some sort of light Ititle fo his animal, lo bring the) badget here. 'His challenge was accepted by .1 fellow townsman and tlh matchmaker arranged for Hi scrap here, preceding the t:vln bill grappling program. . Although Promoter. Mike Me- I'oncy did not state particulars 11 his letter, it is expected 'that the two animals, will be chained to the ring pests so as not to get iTZ| Everything for Your Kiilcrlalnment and Comfort COOUCST Sl'OT IN TOWN! Saturday Only " up 9 9 11 1.1 14 14 14 14 14 - 14 '14 14 14 14 H 14 - 1C 18 21 21 .he second day of the when lie was spiked on the hand, end is not e.vpocled to gel back on the sack. "Moses Is nattily .382 anil has made the fans forget Doc Cramer In center field," says Mack. "Little Ljinnr Newsome nils Mc- N'alr's shoes nt shortstop. I'm afraid that Newsome will never hit too much, but his hits lo dnt have been timely, and he has pair of scoops for hands. Ho Irj no peer at engineering double plays." I'llcchiclli folenl I'coch I'uecinelli Is ninkin for much tif the punch lost Foxx went to the Hub. The lrr«c Italian, who led International League swalsmiths lust teim is hitting ,;i6B. n c uca t N( . w Vor j. by [larking one in the tliinl <! c . c k of the majestic left field stand at the Yankee Stadium Hie otlior afternoon. When Frank Ilnycs was up Uu years ago lie coi-kl lilt bin coiil:!- n't. calch. Now lie can r.itdi bill can't hit. When Higgjns went om with n Charley horse. Mack came ,,n with a worthy substitute i'i \i\ M Peters. Dusty Rhodes, who couldn't uin either the Yankees or ]),-,! Sox, has pitched splendiuiv -,s lias Harry Kclley. vclerav the Soi'thcrn Association I Txirbevllle and young I fc - ,ij. le)i Rcss. whom Mack' sees H .- . rijht-handcd Bob Grove ,,i- H.', ether starters. Bill Ulelrich his stood out ns a relict worker U'hV ley Wikherc's left arm is Cllln around, and Woodrow Unchurch appears to be somethir-- prospect. Walton (Rrdi ~ Northeast Arkansas League W. L. Pet. Newport .. West Plains Osceola Paragould . Jonesboro . IJatcsville . 7 5 ...4 4. 2 2 .875 .625 .500 .500 .250 .250 Baseball Results Southern League Memphis 10, Nashville 5, (night game). . Birmingham 7, Knoxville 4. Atlanta at New Orleans, night game, Chattanooga (night game.) 3, Little Rock 1 National Le.iKllc Philadelphia 11, Chicago G. New York 2. Cincinnati 0. Pittsburgh C. Brooklyn 2. Boston 7, St. Louis 5. Loral Golfers Go lo Jonesboro For Meel Suiulav out of the ring, and be allowed to go to it. He said it would be perfectly safe for the fans. In. tlie double feature events Tommic Tassos. • Chicsjo, 1G8 , poi-iids. meets lire speedy S|:an- I'iard, Den Covtez. 1C5 pounds; and Jimmic-Knox, Bile:-:;. Miss., weight Tlie Blythevillc country club golfers will take part in ' their first inter-club tournamerl', tomorrow when they journey lo Jcncsboro to meet their old rivals of the Jonesboro country club. Jonesboro-Blythevillc matches have always been interesting affairs with tlie Jonesboro golfers being nt their be-st on their home ccursj and the Blytlicville sharpshooters hitting their stride here. Tlie contrast between the two courses the one at Jonesboro be- lr..j more or less hilly, with a gullcy to be found on various holes, and the Blytlicville course, long nnd flat with a premium nn power and a different type <,f hazards. skill with "Wild Bill" .liush, IBo pounder from Nashville, Term. Both matches will have a ninety minute time limit with two best falls out of three to decide the victor, starting nt 8:15. Soviet to Hebulld 153 Cities MOSCOW (UP)—-The all-union tor from a new left-hander who l™>,-ht i fast ball from Millsap cviiw ^ to get a thoroi-jh chance ",i 1 starter. a "We won't fare so liadly ,f council of municipal economy of Classified Ads American l.casur Chicago 9, New York 7. Cleveland 7, Boston 2. Philadelphia C. Detroit 5. Washington lo, St. Louis' 5. Northeast Arkansas League Bntesvillc 17. Oiceola 10. Newport 9, Paragould 1. West Plains 9, Jonesboro night game. Drivers Clean Wreck Drbris SANTA CRUZ. Cal. (UP) -_ A uto drivers who smash into someone else's car will be penalized in a new way hereafter. They will be required lo clean up all broken] glas sand other wreckage within an hour after the accident they caused. Today's Games Southern T.cnrne Nashville at Mem phis. Chattanooga at Ltttle Hock. Atlanta lit 'New Orleans. Knoxville at Birminjhnm. National I-cajjuc Chicago nt Philadelphia. St. Louis nt. Boston. Cincinnati at New" York. Pittsburgh at Brooklyn. American League Philadelphia-' nt Detroit. .''New York nt Chicago. Boston at Cleveland. Washington nt St. Louis. Northeast Arkansas League. Open date. Standard Live Powers Leading Sfeele League STEELE. Mo.. May 1C (UP)— The Standard Live Powers are setting the nee in the Stecle soft ball league with five victories ami one defeat. Six games have been played by each of the four teams. In games His week the.. Live Powers beat the Brooks Spot Removers. 17 to 5. and the V-8's defeated the Drug Store Cowboys, 9 to 8, Tlie standings follow: Team w. L. Pet. Live Powers 5 1 .833 Spot Removers 4 2 .607 | V-8's 2 4 .333 i Cowboys 1 5 .161 Cailoon nrrt Serial "Hash Gordon" witli Buster Crafobc. Atlni.—Maliuec A- Night—10 A 25c With Ic Tax —Continuous Showing— 2','Mpyio. Clue' Lists Over 2,000 PRESENT DAY nnri O L, D - TIMER'S names. 1,000 OLD-TIMERS, first; appearance before 1921. Each '.list different. Names SYSTEMATICALLY arranged with directions for easily locating MIXED names. Lists Sl.OO each. HASHED NAMES, Box 1535. Memphis. Term. St. Francis of Assisi established the custom of ringing the Angelus. I Before You Bny Anv Outboard - sec the NEPTUNE 845 2 n. p. Single Cyl. (Other Slws to 16 H. P.) HURHAHD TIRE & HATTKRY CO. 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