The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 26, 1939 · Page 6
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, > -PAGB BIX Case Loses This Case, but lie's Baseball's Bcsl Bascnmner T^T™- * »'*;»r^7T^TT^7 TTTT^-> ^ v I -^r^ v-%-,,/->^^ * ; - •* ..K*,- "t-, BLYTHEVILLE, '(ARK.? COURIER NEWS MONDAY, JUNE 26, 1039 •%v ' Laige Crowd Sees Standout League Game; Black! water Beats Tyionza In one ot the best games that C Ills been witnessed this jear in • this ciuntv, No Nine defeated ' Lutes, 5 to 2, in n Mississippi County Baseball League game jestcrdnj at Lutes Park The gome \\a nip and tuck for seuu innings but in the eighth after two men were out. No Nine started a s n ormg spree "Moon" Mullln started the fireworks mth a double, Kay Pugh , sent him home with another double, , then Richard Young and Hoviaid Bargcr hit ~siifc)y to'bring in a total of three runs nnd a ilctory for No. Nine. Lutes plajed'heads Up ball committing only one error. Hugh Har, beri stole the show with his scnsa- .iliqnal fielding. Hugh hnd Tour putouts, each one being a dilftcult ball to field Tiny Glo\er continued his pace as the league leading bll- ter, getting three lilts Including two doubles and n single out of tout trips: to bat. ' 'Collins and Pugh, No.'Nine's third baseman and shortstop, fielded .well;-Neither, one.making a bobble and : pulled Pitcher Red Wilson out of sonic , deep holes. Walter "Bud" Lutes pitched well, limiting the heavy N9. Nine hitters to only n hits. Lu^es collected 1C off of _ Wilson. In the prellmfnaiy Burdcttc defeated Manila 10 to 8 In n close • seven Inning game. Chailes BI1- lingsley and Alvln Hicks led the r -Burdette hitters and Ashabranncr, Manila first baseman, was the whole show for Manila as far as hitting was concerned. He collected a triple, double and single out of Icur trips up Hicks nnd Billingsley each got, two doubles and a single out of four dips up. Sexton pitched well for Burdette, allowing only. 10 scattered hits. An unusually laige cro\ul, which '.ran into .the. thousands watched the games. • There were no othei games plny- cd in the "A" division. In the "B" division niackwater practically cinched the first half yesterday with a fl" to 2 win o\ei Tyianza Lake. Huffman won over Recce, C to 4, and Tomato defeated Burks Store 17 to 6. Firbt Game Manila AB R H E Jolllff cf 3 2 1 0 Armstrong, 2b .., 3 1 1 0 Ashabranner, )b 4 i 3 2 Bollingej, ss 4 0 1 1 Williams, 3b 4 o o i Conner, rf 4 1,2 1 Wagnei, c 4 1 i o Massoy, If 2 1 i i Shelby, If 2 0 0 0 Shockley, p 3 l o 0 Totals ........ 33 8 10 0 Burdetle AB R II E ClarX, if 3 2 2 0 Brctheis, rf 2000 Billingsley, 3b 4 2 3 o Eubanks, Ib ..., 4001 A. Hicks, 3b-c 4232 Ooleriuin,"cf-ss 2 3 1 0 C. Hicks, If 4000 C Sexton, 2b 4120 Gee, c 2 0 0 0 Ii. 136)1, cf 1 o 0 0 D. Sexlon, p 3 0 0 0 Totals 33 10 U 3 Second Game No. Nine AB R H E Collins, 3b 4110 Mullins, 2b 4120 Pugh, ss 4120 Young, c ...:.:.... 41 2 0 H. Burger; If . : 41 20 P. Barger, rf ........... 4010 Wilson, p ; 4 1 l 0 Moore, cf 4000 Rushing, Ib ............. 4 o 0 0 Totals 36 5 11 0 Lutes AB II H E Thcmpson, Ib 3010 Walls, c ...... ...... 4020 Phillips, ss 4110 Glover, 2b 4030 Barker, rf ..;. 4 0 1 1 H Wright, 3b 4 0 1 0 C. Wright, If 4000 Harbert, cf ., 4 0 0 0 Lutes, p ....:.: ...3 L i o iTotals 34 2 10 1 W. L. Pet, George Case, young Washington outfielder who threatens to surpass the murk of 01 bases stolen by Ben Chnpmnn in 1931, Is considered the most gifted bug swiper in the miijors but on the particular piny .'it didn'l qiille mnke H. Uarlimd cilfl, third biisemati for (he Si, f/)uls Browns, nipped him coming down from second. Today's Sport Parade By McLemore Clips Record NEW YORK, June 20. (UP—As 11 I didn't already know it, helpful corresj>omlcnts h%ve written in to advise, me Drat l belter hr.yc n new Job lined up for- myself In. (he event Tony Cnlciuo knocks out Joe Louis In Yankee Stadium Wednesday nl^ht. > They point out, anJ quite properly, that, m, man with enough pilck to was'.; his neck on Saturday night could say the things I have atmit GnlMHo anil tlicii continue lo pose as ft sports expert nfter he had won. I liad not given this much thought until today, when, from the publicity offices ol Promoter Mike Jacobs, came a most Alarming little brochure. As I rentl Us utHlly mimeographed gcs I entertained, Vcr the first time, an idea that Cialcnto might 1 possibly win.' Tha brochure Hint en used my lin- easlnes.s was largely (icvaled to n pliysical comparison of Galcnlo and Louis. In black nnd white It wealed what an unbluscd survey- had found after going ov:r iotb of them with a tape measure, n transit, and n plumb bob. Aftei studying it 1 could not help but admit that Galenic hnd [he bet- i.er.of It nncj, on paper, was the better man. , -Galenlo is 20 years of age to 25 for Louis, nnd a man can learn n lot In fpuv years, especially those fou'r years between 25 and 29. Tnkc my own case for Instance. At 25 I couldn't ride a bicycle without) touching the handle bars, was u total loss over Ihc fudge bowl, and had never beard of quintuplets. At 20 I the Dionne .still hadn't Standings Division A Team No. Nine Lutes e 1 Keiser .. {j 1 .Gosnell 4 3 Burdette .. 4 4 xDell' 4 4 Yarbro .. 2 xManila .. 2 Clear Ijake 1 Victoria 0 x—The Manila game at Dell \\as forfeited to Dell. Division 11 Team W. L. Pet. Blackwatcr 5 01000 Huffman .. ., .....3 Recce 2 Tomato 1 Tyronza' Lake .......... 1 Burks Store 1 0 1.000 .857 .857 .571 .500 .500 6 1250 6 .250 5 .167 .000 .750 .500 .250 Blytheville Bowlers Beat Steek Team heard of the .quintuplet. 1 ;,' but I was corresponding secretary of our local cycling club and' could whip up a dish of fudge with the best of them. Galenic has il all over Louis when it como.s (o Ihe neck, Onlen- lo's being 18-li arotuid and Joe's only 16-14; As I gel it. the neck liblds the head in place, and so [he bigger the neck the better a fellow holds his head. If yon think Ihe neck isn't important, Just try and get along without yours for n while. . • '• ; Galcnlo's ankles make Ihose of Louis look silly. Tony has a full 12 Inches of ankle on each foot, mid you can pore through all tho records of all the sports without finding an athlete who made good on weak ankles. The ankle is the staff of life (or so someone has said' and Tony will enter the ring with a beautiful set. Working up from the ankle we reach the calf, and Galento has a pair that would,got blue ribbons at any fair. Each one is nearly 19 inches around. Louis on the other hand (or Ihc other calf) measures a scant 15 Inches around the calf. Had r known this I 'certainly wouldn't have made him such a tremendous favorite. Half a calf, like half a loaf, is no good in the prize ring." When the thighs are reached Ga- lenlo is so superior that 1 wouldn't be surprised if Louis Insisted on wearing long pants Wednesday night to aviod having his own revealed as so Inadequate. Galcn- to's thighs arc measured In yards, and there is a report that Sculptor Gutzum Borglum covets them for a bas relief of American his- ory along the lines ol his work the Black Hills and on Stone fountain. When the chest is reached Canto has it over Louis like a lent ver a circus. Galcnlo's chest Is aslly superior to that of Ihe hamuion, be H expanded, defloled. vith vest, wllhout vest, or covered vitli tattooing. Galcnto weighs a ot more, too. He will bring into he ring (perhaps with the help if a basket) 230 pounds of Irahv ed-to-lhe-mlnute suet, while Louis vill have to depend on fewer linn 200 pounds of muscle. If it weren't too lato, and If il woundn't make me such a sissy would retract all 1 said, am come out flatly for Galcnto. B« I won't. With what I believe you will admit Is .commendable co'itr- Greg fiice. chunky Notre Dame, star antl oulslnnding Olympic prospect, breaks Ihe lape in 9:02.8 for a new national colle- ginle record in the llnals ol Ihe two-mile run nl Ihe N. C. A. A. meei in Los Angeles. BASEBALL STANDINGS •'Northeast Arknnsiis I*aeuc W. L. Pet. Cnruthersvlllc 33 14 ' .702 Newport 28 23 .54.1 Pnriigoukl 20 .'10 .400 Jonesboro 19 33 .365 Southern League W. L. Pet. Memphis 39 27 . .591 Chnttanoogn 30 28 .582 Knoxville 34 30 Atlanta 35 31 .53! .530 Lookouts Whittle Do w n Margin of Memphis Club; Travelers Split Two By Uiiilcd Press Things were getting tod' close for the Memphis Chicks' comfort today nnd they look a .breathing spell lo devise ways nnd means of protecting Ihcir scanty Southern Association lead. The Chattanooga Lookouts, fighting to be on top by July l nnd become host for the annual nil-star" Bnrne. whittled the Chicks' lead to linlf a game yesterday by spanking Ihc New Orleans Pelicans in a rtou- blchcadcr while Memphis could get no better than a split with tho Knoxvllle Smokies. In Chattanooga, Al Willlnms blnnkcrl the Pels on .six hlls in .the opener while his males put, together eight blows oil Sid Cohen for a 3 to 0 victory. In the nightcap, the Lookouts sealed the verdict with an eight-run blast in the filth Inning. Jnck Redmond of the Pels wns u hard loser. He hit n triple and homer to accmniL-for both Now Orleans runs in the 10 to 2 defeat. ' ! • •' • i In Knoxville, Lynn Stout bettered Ed Lammiski in n close inouml (fuel as the Chicks took the opener 3 to 1, but in the second game the Chicks snccumbecl 10 lo 'I lo Smok!e power. Knoxville ' routed Jlin Henry with seven runs iii the; fourth Inning and continued the heavy clollling ngnih'st Ed Hcitsser. The chicks generated a live-run rally in the sixth but by that time Hie Smokies were too far ahead. The Atlnnln Crackers, coming back after a tnilspin that had the fans on the Club's collective neck, walloped the Birmingham Barons In n double-header, 4 to 0 and 5 lo l, and advanced lo within a •single percentage point of Ihe third-place Smokies. . Smooth pitching performance by Onnic Robinson and the veteran Bouby Durham brought about the double Cracker win. Robinson let Ihe Uarons down with four hits in : the opener while Durham held ' • them 10 seven wllh his slow curve in Ihe nightcap. ] The Litlle Hock Travelers nnd' the Nashville Vols divided the' Ncw Yorkers Bowled'Over Reds Again; Yanks and Browns Split »Y GEORGE KIRKSEY l/nlfed Press Stall Correspondent NEW YORK, June 2C (UP)—Big Zeke Bonura, the Witt of more jokes than any other player 'In the major's, Is far from a laughing matter to National •; League clubs these days. Boniira's' teiTifllo hitting in the west was one of the main factors In the Giants' rise to a contending (wsltion In the National League race. Big Zeke batted .512, hitting safely In every game, in" the opcn- i-r of Ihe western trip in Chicago lie hit two homers to give the Uianls a 2-1 victory, and yester- ilay in Cincinnati In Ihe last game of Hie trip singled to send over the winning hilly as Ihe Giants stopped the Reds for the third straight lime, 3-2. • , Long laughed at for his somewhat clownish fielding. Bonura has more, than made up for any deficiencies In the field by his timely clouting.. His -batting average of .370 gives, him 'second place to Morris Arnovich, the Phillies' lender. On the Western trip he made 21 hits in 41 limes at bat,-scored 12 runs and" baited in 14. The Giants won 8 out of lo in the West, and were headed home today only 4V. games out of first place. Bill Lohrman's pitching was one of the big surprises of the trip, winning n six-hitter against the Cubs and a' Iwo-lillter against the Herts. Mel Ott, who, with Bonura, was supplying most of the team's imnch had his hitting streak stopped at 13 straight yesterday by Hucky Wallers. Harry GumttcrL outpitched Walters, allowing only eight hits, and won his fifth straight game. A triple by • Bonura> and doubles by Ripplb and Climber: gave the Giant--; Uielr first two runs. Then Ott went to second in the next lining on Billy Myers' error and wild throw. He scored on Boniira's single. Ernie Lombard! drove In both of Ihe Reds' runs. The Bees smote the Cardinals twice, 8-5 and 2-0, leaving St. Louis only half a game ahead of New York. Johnny Cooncy and Eddie Miller made four fills each in the opener and Max West hit •t homer, double, and single. Bill ?o.sedel blanked the Cards on eight, hits In the nightcap. Clause Passeau pitched tho,Cubs .o a 4-3 victory over the Phillies, besting 'Kirby Higbe, with whom he traded uniforms a month ago. Jimmy Oleeson's double .with Ihe bases loaded drove in the tying and winning runs. A three-run rally after two were out in the ninth enabled hrooklyn to nose out the Pirates, G-5. Floyd Young's error on Almada's roller started (he Iroiible. Lnvagclto's double drove in the two tying runs nnd Caniilli's single sent in the winning- (ally. Camilli also hit homer No. 14. The Yanks divided a double- fourth double header of the day. The Vols won the opener 8 (o 4 by scoring seven times in the sixth. The Travelers rallied in the Birmingham 31 32 492' f° ur th and fifth lo overcome Nashville '..' ->7 35 435 Cllrl >' Nashville lead and win Ihe New Orleans 20 38 .433 "Wean 9 to 5. Birmingham at Atlanta Is Ihe | only game scheduled today. Little Rock 2ti 33 .400 National League W. L. Pet. Cincinnati 37 22 .027 t. Louis 3225 .561 'ew York 33 27 .550 ihicago 32 29 .525 Brooklyn 2829 .491 Pittsburgh 27 30 .474 Boston 24 34 .414 'hiladclphia 10 3S .345 American League W. L. Pet. A Btythevllle bonllng team, rep rescntjng Sudbury's playhouse, won • over a Sleele, Mo, bowling lean j at- Bailey's Alleys In Stpple las ' night by abcut 300 points. ] v'Bf- M.'.'Eaton, Chapman, BoV i '.Johhswv'and ' Bert Looney com v postd "tin: BlythevUle team. lew York 4G 12 ioston 31 23 Cleveland 32 28 Detroit 32 20' ihlcago 29 28 'hiladelphia 24 35 Vashlnglon 24 38 St. Louis ......... 17 42 c>Be 1 will slay out on my limb hazard the long chsnce, and con timie to predict a victory to: Louis. If Joe loses let me know If you hear of ..any business openings, am handy at Iwiijlng hammocks am pretty good al matching chlnl samples, a'nt) can opcrale a playe piano. .733 .574 .533 .525 .509 .407 .387 .288 Today's Games National League Open date. American league Detroit nl Cleveland. New York at Philadelphia, Boston at Washington. Only games scheduled. American Indians, on leaving the outdoor life l-o which they arc nc- ctislomcd, and moving to congested cities, are notoriously susceptible to tuberculosis. OHTAIN RELIEF FROM CYSTITIS (Infiiirucii Bladder) A 30-day tcsl of this N A T XI K A L MINERAL WATER will cost you very JHllc . . . Make Ihls lest yourself and note (lie improvement. Distributed by Crosstown Whiskey Shop IMI'OKTKI) & DOMESTIC WINES, LIQUOKS, A1,HS 10S S. Division Si. WRESTLING MIKE NAZERIAN vs. LES JENSEN RED ROBERTS vs. LONG BILL HALL SPECIAL! WOMAN REFEREE! Mrs. D. I,. Htickleby of Cartithersvillc will officiate AMERICAN LEGION ARENA, MONDAY 8 I'.M. EACH WEEK BUYS NEEDED ? CAR REQUIREMENTS Tires, batteries, radios, heaters nnd oilier products for your cat can be bought on the Firestone Budget Plan for surprisingly litllc cash outlay and terms so small you'll hardly notice them. header with tho BrowHs, losing the nisi game, 7-3, and taking ,- the ,nlgiilcap, Jl-2. After blanking the Browns for seven frames Marlus liusso blew up, and the Browns scored two in the eighth and five In the ninth. Bill Dickey hit two homers in the opener. Oval Hildebrand gave up only live lilts In the second game. The Athletics, playing before the largest home crowd of Ihe year, l'J,392 funs, broke even with the Indians. Johnny Allen pitched Cleveland to on e-4 win In the opener. George Caster pitched a seven-hitter ns the A's won the nightcap. The Indians tied the consecutive home run record i)j the hist game when Ben Chapman, Hal Trosky, and Jeff Heal)) all lilt roimd-trippm In Ihe seventh after two were out. Detroit nosed out Washington, ff-5, although making only seven hits to the Senators' 12! Red Kress' single drove in the winning run. ' Yesterday's hero — Zeke Bonura, Oiants Bristi baseman, who scored one run and drove in the winning tally as New York teat Cincinnati. 3-2. Yesterday's Result* Northeast Arkansas League Caruthersville 3-5, Uaragould 1-4. Ncw|iort 5-2, Jonesboro 2-G. The OklahomaKid /.• Southern, league Atlanta 4-5, Birmingham 0-1. Mcmplils 3-7, Knoxville ]-10. Nashville 8-5, Little nock .-9. Chattanooga 3-10, New Orleans 0-2. National League Boston 8-2, St. Louis 5-0. Brookljii 6, Pittsburgh 5. New York 3, Cincinnati 2. Chicago 4, Philadelphia 3. American League Deli-oil fi. Washington 5. St. Louis 7-2, New York 3-11. Cleveland 8-2, Philadelphia. 4-10. Chicago at Boston, two games, postponed, rain. Northeast Arkansas League Paragould at Cariithcrsville. Newport at Jonesboro. Southern League Birmingham ftt Atlanta. Only game scheduled. 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