The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 28, 1930 · Page 5
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PAGE SIX BLYTHRVH.LK, (AHK.i COURIER NEWS bij William Brauchep Maintain Pace with Victories Sunday; Keiser Replaces Power Co. Team. Oosnell in Ihe Ark-Mo league and Howe In the Chickasaw league continued lo lead llieir loops in tin- Sunday amateur ball games yesterday each turning in victories. Gosnell defeated Wilson In a clos> and well played game with Go«ncl! outhlttlng Ihe Wilson aggregation, getting eight bingles to Wilson's six Four errors by Ihe Wilson team also contributed to the Gosnell victory. Cooler had n field day at Uie expense of Keiser, making Its league debut yesterday in replacing the Arlc-Mo Power team. The Cooler nine won as 11 pleased and made a race track of the ball diamond. The score was 32 to 5. Evadale and Ynr- bro staged a close gome with Evadale upsetting the Yarbro crew, 1C to 4. Lutes and Holland did no: play and Holland claimed the game under forfeiture rules but league officials have rot yet passed on tl:c' claim. Howe continued to push its op-' ponents In the Chickasaw loop ovc: with comparative cxse, walloplnp Little River, 17 to 0. Promise land trimmed Dell 9 to 5 in the closest gome In the league while Plat Lake defeated Minyard 12 10 5 In n contested gome. Lone Oak and Burdettc staged a slugging battle with both teams crashing the ball. Lone Oak emerged victorious In the weird affair, 18 to 17. Box scores of the games In which the league toilers participated lol- low. Howe Store AB Little ss » Bankeston It J H. Smith rf "• B Sanford 2b 5 McKay 3b J Bruce lb <j Alexander cf « F. Smith c • G Davis l> B Totnls Little River G. Morris •• L. Loren *. S. Wldner 4 R. Caldwell 'J H. Boren * G. May * D. May -. 3 A. Basset 4 J. Holder •» Suarcz Is Good N'rws When the heavyweight chninpto: of Afghanistan, or Liberia, or Ice land or any oilier far away place migrates lo these shores In scare! a', ring riches nnd glory, it Isn'i news. IJut when n'young kid wlic 1ms been knocking off $20.000 purs' e.si-s in his hoinu town ami who I [he biggest drawing card In nls iw live land comes here to fight fo: almost nothing just to prove thai !w e.iii fight—well, It's news. an<; pretty good news, too. Klrncr. Tiuit'.s how the young Argent!]' ifghtuduti!. champ, amor Juste Snarci. came Into this country - Jusi show us he can fight and thai he hus plenty, of money to spend Senor Justo justified his name o' 1 "Ullle Wild Bull of the Pampas" ri'cenily when he polished of. Brooklyn's Joe Glick In the plm immediately following the .simple execution of Sammy Mnndcll bj Al Slnt;cr. To the persons assembled that night, he demonstrate' a ripping, ti-nring style of fighting that btuls blows wherever It I most convenient. A'nd in there with a guy like Click, who llnd.s it : ry simple matter to lund u few nches in forbidden territory, tr img South American also showed at he doesn't curl up, or even ow up, nt be-In}! hit tow. That, of course, Is contrary f c way foreign fighters .should uc: e have only to look back HI Scot id Schmeling lo realize thai.' He Packs 'Em In Sunrcz's racket made him so R. II. 3 3 Totals Gosnell '' B Ledbeller 5 E. Ledbettcr 5 Cook * Pitman J Acock' :' • 6 Bevill ..-. 4 Lunsford ., : • • * Se»ton 4 R. 1 1 Q 2 1 0 0 0 Totals Wilson C.'Beall : ............... < Reynold ................ •* Gray ................... * York ................... 5 Cotner .................. •* Williamson ............. 4 Greenville ............. a Robertson .............. 3 Gray .. ................. -i Totals .; ............. 3D AB R. I rnurti money In South America :)ial In: rorcnUy got married so Ix; rciild spend It. I shouldn't have to mention heii" that hi 1 selected Die Ijfsl way In die world lo accomplish that Piid. However, lie's young ambitions and a drawing card and ijiobably will obtain several nice nui.se;; In ibis country for tlr welly hah 1 brklc who accompanied him.' This miniature replica of l.uls Ar.Bfl Kit]« ha.s flntu-ned 11 o[ his '.0 iiicfps'.lonal opponents. As an amateur, lie knocked out 52 in 12 j Ignis. He was .such D crowd-pleas- , In Aixenlina thai II was nothing : for SQ.OOO persons to scramble Into in arojKi on nights he .showed tlipre. » • * Would Fijht Slmjcr Kunrcz had been in tills country but :i fnw days when a South American promoter wired an oiler if $15,000 to Hie winner of Dip MniidPll-SlnKer fight lo meet Jusio In Buenos Aires New Year's Day The oiler plxo staled 1'iat Silver ihe won ihe rtijlit, didn't \:n could "jrlng nny referee approved by Hie New York Doxlng Commission. Whllt Snares mny be lightweight champion of all South America, he might well polish up a bit on our .ityle of Ughting before he rushes Ir with Singer, Chocolate or Uerg. Right now the Clicks, Flowers. Grogam and a lew others will keep Ills fighting edge keen ar.d him tht cxgxrlencc he'll nerd tackling the cliamplon. GOLFERS EASILY DEFECTED, 37-5 Blytheville Team Has Little Trouble Winning .Over Home Course Yesterday, The Charleston, Mo., golf team was decisively defeated by members of Hie Blytheville Country club In nn Inler-club tourney over the local course yesterday. The visiting golfers totaled but five points while Blyllicvllle team amassed 37 points. O. W. Kirk, lending golfer, of the vllssourl club with two points, R. Topping with one point and O. W. Kirk, Jr., with two points were the only visitors to gain any points. lite senior Kirk along with three Blylheville golfers, Bruno Tanner, C. M. Baxter and H. T. Culp lied for low score with 19 each. Kirk and John Caudill and E. B. Thouins of the Blylheville club eacli .shot, one round of the nine hole course In par 37. Results of the individual matches follow: G. W. Ktrk, sr. (C) 42-37-19 two points, defeated J. P. Lent! tR> 38-45—83, cue point. Clifford Cavettc (B) 42-40—82 three points, defeated E. B. Hearnes (C) 44-41—85. Bruno Tanner (B) 39.40—13 three points, defeated Dill Robin- Smithrrn W. Icmphls ............ 71 'ew Orleans ........ BO Birmingham ........ 55 Ulniilu ......... ..... f>3 ,lU!e Itork .......... 53 Clmtltinoogii ........ SO 5G Inslivlllc ............ 47 50 Mobile .............. 30 14 L. 33 43 41 51 58 Nallinul l.r.iKUe W. L. Brooklyn ............ 5'1 37 Chicago ............. 50 40 New York .......... 51 44 St. Louis ........... 48 46 'ItUsbiugli .......... « 49 Boston .............. 44 50 Cincinnati .......... 43 'lillmlclnhin 31 SO 5!) Pet. .083 .583 .S3 7 .510 .480 .472 .443 .288 Pflt. .CM .583 .63'. .511 .479 .4G8 .41! .344 points, defeated S. Gentry 40-45— 31. John Caudilt mi :1V-4C—83 three points, defeated S. Love (C) 48-49 9 1 !, E. B. Thomas ,<B> 43-37-80 three points, defeated K. Smith, jr. tC) 44-43-81. Bernard Gooch (B) 42-44—80 three points, defeated H. Nelson (C) 49-49-98. H. T. Culp (Bl 39-40—79 three points, defeated K. Smith, sr. (C) •S9-4I-90. C. M. Buck (B) 42-48-02 two points, defeated R. Topping .(C) 18-46—93, one point. B. A. Lynch IB) 42-42-84 three points, defeated J. C. McDowell, (C) 43-43-80. C. R. Babcock IB) 47-43—90 three points, defeated O. Oliver tC5 55-51—100. Paul Rosemlial (B) 42-43—85 three points, defeated Bill nobin- son. sr. iCI 48-48-90. W. J. Pollard IB) 40-43-83 three points, defeated H. Rowe iC) 4953—102. G. W. Kirk, jr., (C) 45-50-! MONDAY, JtJLY_j8, 1930 Dodgers Going Strong; Yankees Gel Fall, Fei'- rcll Downs Mackmen. NEW YORK.—The Brooklyn Rob- Ins entrenched their position In tin van of the National league pennan contenders yesterday winning tw as the second place Cubs lost. Ii. Ihe Junior circuit li'.c Nats won as the lending Alhli-tics lost. Uncle Wilbcu's Dodgers hammered the ball hard to gain two vie- 1 lories over the Phillies. !0 to 6 and j 9 to (!. Nine home runs were sockc- wo ; out during tilt anornoon will points, defeated U. S. Branson, jr. | Klein of the Phlllles'addlng tw I r* t f.'l iO flU n,tr. ..r>(»l ... . - _ . . ° son, jr., (C) 50-48—98. 5'2-18-98, one point. Ark-Mo Power Team in Win Over New M'adrid The Ark-Mo Power team made its debut In independent baseball yesterday by defeating the la.st, Nnv, v Madrid team at N'ew Mnilrid. Mo., 13 lo 4. The feature of the yainc* was tl:c twirling of "Spot." Reed. Hie Ark- Mo .star hurler, who pitched no hil baseball uniil the si'venth inning. Score by Innings: Ark-Mo Power 100 100 120 New Madrid 000 COO 301 K. H, E. Ark-Mo Power 13 10 1 his total for 29 this season. Wright l.opey. and Souihc.-n also hit tv.i each and Thompson one. Elliot' was the winning pitcher in the first game and Luquc in the seconc' yame. A triple play in the ninth inning nut, the Cincinnati Rods in ahead of the Chicago Cuhs, C to 5. With the Reds leading two. to one the Cubs went to bat in the sixth. English led off with n triple. He scored on Cuyler's single, and the barrag< was on. The Keels came back to score four times in their half and cinch the game in tiie ninth on the triple- killing. The St. Louis Cardinals won r double header from the Boston Braves 2 to 0 and 0 10 1 yesterday three scattered singles In the firs game. In (he second Bell hmlrd Kootl ball for Ills vicloi'y. flratesiTake. Giants Tlie Pittsburgh Pirates defeated the New York Giants twice yesterday, 10 to 8 and 8 to 4. Melile am' SweUmlc held the Giants In tht first game, while Spencer, rookie hnrler, turned them tack in the second. The Cleveland Indians took the final game of their scries with thf champion Athletics. 1 to 4. A foui run rally in Hie fifth Inning clinch ed victory for the Indians. Wes Per roll was the winning hurler. Fred Marberry allowed the V/hIK Sox but three nils Sunday and th: Washington Kenators trimnpliec over the Sox, 10 to 1. Tne Mai took kindly lo the pitching n Henry and Walsh. The St. Louis Browns defcatcc' the Boston Red Sox in both game of a double bill, 10 to <l and 9 to 0 The games were featured by iiim norne runs, Webb, Goslin and Krea iilt for the circuit. In the nightcap Goslin and Todt made two IIOIIK runs each and Wcbl> and Mctxler one each. The "New York Yankees wen downed by the Detroit Tigers a Detroit, 7 to S. Sorrell hurled cautious ball for the Timers, llmltliv Ihe Yanks to seven hits while tin Tiger.'-, got 13 bingles oil four Yankee huj-lers. Wear yellow if you want to steel clear of mo.«|iiitoes. It Is said that these insects are attractctl by blue, but Uo not wilingly go near anything yellow. Read Courier News Want Ads, ST, LOUIS AND RETURN Lenve Blytheville 1:01 n. m. August 3rd Returning, leave St. Louis 11:40 p. m. August 3rd. IUSEBALL Browns VS. Cleveland Municipal -Opera ''Madame Pompadour" I ROUND TRIP FARE Frank's Opponent Is Here Illicitly Scerlth, who will fight Johnnie Franks. In the main bout of Joe Craig's card nt the Main street athletic arena-, tonight, arrived hcrc^to/lay and announced he was ready to "take" the Nfarked Tree "Wildcat." The St. Louis boy boasts a good record Including a win over the well known Lew Terry nnd expects to cop tonight's decision In decisive fashion. A good supporting cast, including the hard socking Roy Mniiley of Lc'pnnlo and Sandy Ridge back up the main uonl. American Philadelphia Washington ........ 50 New York .......... 55 Cleveland ........... 50 Detroit ............. & Chicago ............. 39 St. Louis ............ 40 tioslon .............. 35 W. I,. iifi 33 58 42 49 Pet. .nn .1108 .567 .505 .410 .411 .408 .301 RlTZ THEATRE Monday and Tuesday . The-World's Greatest Baritone : Ark-Mo W. . 7 Pet. .718 .025 .025 .COO .5511 .550 .200 .000 Gosnell Holland 5 Lutes 5 Evadnlr- 3 Wilson 5 Cootcr 5 Yarbro 1 Keiser 0 Note: In taking the Ark-Mo Power team's place Keiser was recuilr- ed to assume the two losses cix-d- itcd to the Ark-Mo team. Cliickasaw I.rairiir W. L. Howe 8 1 Lone Oak "> 2 Promise Land 0 3 Plat Lake 3 4 Burdette 3 Pet. ;S88 .718 .007 .428 .333 Travelers Drop Two lo Travelers; Pelicans Divide With Lookouts. Little River .......... 3 Minyard 0 .333 .000 ATLANTA, Ga.—The Birmingham Barons gave the Chickasaw; a setback yesterday, defeating the league leaders 5 to 1 at Memphis The defeat (ailed to cut the Mem- phisr-s huge lead in the Dixie loop very much as the Pels divided a pair with the Lookouts. Art WeU, hard hitting Baroni.V left fielder, with a home run and two base hit just about spoiled the party for the Chicks by himself The Memphians were also unable to hit the brand of pitching served up to them by one Clay Touchstone The Mobile Bears twice tell before the Nashville Vols at Nashville yesterday, 9 to 3 and G to 5. Jim Poole, long distance pounder of th Vols, broke fris Southern leagu home run record when he erashe out his 3Cth homer o! the seasoi Willis was the winning hurler 1 the fliit arid Head In the secon Davis Cup to Remain in France Another Year PARIS.—The Davis Cup, emblem tennis supremacy, will remain Prance. The French yestprdai omplctcd their third successful efensc of the famous Iroplu gainst the challenge of the Amor- can cup learn. The defenders won four ovit o( ve matches in defense of the tro- ihy. Big Bill Tildcn won the only American victory when he defeated ean Boratra in one of the opening matches. Frklay. The New Orleans Pelicans an Chattanooga Lookouts divided t\i games at the New Orleans par *ith the Pels swamping the Look outs in the first 13 to 1 and tl visitors taking the second. 5 to Glazner In the first and Davis the second were the winning hur era. v The Little Rock Travelers los tiro to the Atlanta Crackers by t scores ol 9 to 5 and 5 to 4. The second game was protested by the Travelers on the ground that sufficient time did not remain before the agreed quitting time of 5 o'clock to start the fifth inning. HOME THEATRE Monday and Tuesday June Colyer and Louise Dresser 'The Three Sisters' Wanted a Career 2 Wished for Romance 3 Sought Excitement You'll Love Them Alt! Comedy and Topic Admission Matine? ami Xi 10c-2Sc Vith Catherine Dale Owen, Laurel & Hardy Directed by Lionel Rarry-j nore JUisic by ranz, Lehar! iml Herbert. Stolhart. j IN TECHNI-' ENTIRELY OLOR : , Miracle, of Die Talking Screen! The great Metropolitan Opera Star in a singing romance j without equal! 'Entirely in Technicolor! i V / All Talking Comedy and Sound News. Admission Tilalinee 10c-30c Admission, Night 15c-40c NOW IS THE TIME TO GET YOURS! C. M, Baxter (B) 19-40—78 three Sylvester Johnson lield Boston to 29 x 440 TYPES SIZES.. PRICES COODYEARS WHERE DO YOU PLAN TO LOW SUMMER PRICES 30x3% 450-20 47549 500-19 30x5 (Hltutnfed tbevr, it left) -Full Oversize^ 32x6 $4,85 $6.30 $7.55 $7.95 $19.70 $3435 Other Sizes Priced Accordingly Tubes also low priced DRIYE THIS SUMMER? us where you are going. We will look 9ftr ytrar^tires—and if a little repairing or one or $wo low-priced Goodyears will answer your needs, well say so. Never before have we had such wonderful values as the 1930 Goodyears. They reflect, in fine quality at low prices, Goodyear's great leadership in the industry. Now is the time to get YOURS—with our service back of them. Car Washing ancl Greasing Texaco Petroleum Products Road Service Main Service Station Phone 235, At the Old Ford Corner Main & 5th

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