The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 20, 1936 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 20, 1936
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HAGR SIX "Cokes" Take Laundry and Lead Loop; Blackburn Slars, Nu-Wa Loses ,Slamllii£s ^Team w. .Coca Cola ............. 2 ;-Bl.vth.eville Laundry'....! Sack Applcbaiini ........ 1 uKu Wa Cleaners ....... 0 L. I'd. 0 1.000 1 .500 1 .50!> 2 .COO NEW GIANT ;J The Ccca Colas won tlietr sec, *,cnd straight game last niglii, dC' "featlng the Hlylhevillc Laundry, J^lo gain undisputed po.sse.ulon of nflnEt place In (ho Blylhcvllle Kills "soft ball league scramble. The IJCoca Colas won, 9 to 1. .., In the opening same of the "night's doublchcader, played be*fore a large ciwd. Jnck Applc- .fciium's learn broxe Inlo tlie win column by trouncing (lie N» Wn Cleanere, 12 to 5, behind the' three-lilt pitching and .sensational all around playing of Gnsste Blackburn, star' hurlor from Ken- i Tlie Cora Colas were hard put to" finish nhcatl of the Laundry club despite an curly led but staved off a determined bid by life' Laundry crew, seeking its second straight win. Whittle was the winning pitcher, despite the fact that she gnve up 13 hits compared to 10 the Coca Colas got offof Slanlield. The latter struck out Ji'^Blackbtirn was almost the whole ,i show In the opening gnme. Boast- i» ing easily the fastest ball in the 'loop she limited ;;ic Nu-\Va club "•to three blows, one a long home by N. Iglehnrl, first baseman, . nnd struck out. five. She also - innde two hlls, including a double, "and one if not, both of them „ would have beeu honie ruiLs except «lor her failure to touch second Jon one trip around the bags nnil 3 tripping over liie second baseman 2 on her oilier lilt. Smith was Hie a lading pitcher. " Meirltt turned in some nice 'fielding plays nt second for thi 1 _Nu r \Vn club while L. Whittle "made a benul;;ul .running catch ,cf a short loft into left field for .Applcbnum. Saliba, L. WhitUi 'Morris and II. Lutes got two hits |cach for Applcbaum and Grimes, icnlcher, lurned in n game Job of .'stopping Blackburn's shoots. ^ '^ In the second game Oldliam. .Ccca Cola shortstop, who plnyed •well afield, hit for Ihe circuit hi Jhe. first inning while Fisher in £ight field made a pretty catch. JS~ George at first base fielded •well for the Laundry and made Wee "Kits and 'McDjlnlcV catcher .ninde tvro. Light, second base "deleted well. *??•: t'irst Game JBIayer • 'Hall, 3b r StEiiiicy, ss *N.' Iglehart, lb ."xMerritt, 2b "VT. Iglehart, If . Willis, sf • M. Lutes, cf | C Whittle, c Smith, p 7 Totals , Jack Applcbautn Player | Saliba, ss ' Friend, lb . xGrimes, c • XL. Whittle, If ; Morris, 2b j Simmons, 3b -E •'•whiuiel cr ,~R? Lutes, rf * xBlnckbum, p Ab R II Po E 31010 21013 31100 2115 0 0 0 1 0 1 20000 20030 2000 2005 1100 2 0 21 5 3 15 0 5 Ab R H Po E 41200 43152 3007 0 2 Insurniu'e at Ihird baso, in e;isci Travis Jjil;son's knee:; fold up on him jijjain. was purclnisetl by the New Voil; Giants from llnl- (iniore in the person of Kddio ;M;iyo. sho\\'n ;ibo\'e in action ami eloscup. Mjiyo smacUcd 2"i home runs in the International League Inst senson. Heinle f'.roh, xvbi) used lo phiy eonsuleralile third IKISL- himself, scouted the youiifislci', nnd labeled him ;> brilliant prospeet. J5LYTnRVIT,LE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS By Harry Gray son J all angles, i ' nl Siiiron made- the^nulc liie hai-d miy-Jroin fly to feather. Hu ,.,,. riulic'd four nicclines lo cuicli ui> with Miller. ' * * * Hiiro (luallfylnif Trials from Ihe list of slavu NEW YOI?K..-(HH(iiM! runs Tho the plate is the main Idea ^ M „ — ^ ,, 1>V ui fcuu't.- In laicball, and tin 1 ever-alert St. us who hope lo be among u le LcuU Ciirdiimls lire .'.!•'•">!: to It. Iwullnu CO after 30 holes and con . that the pressure Is (in in Una Unite en to Ihe llmil au 1 10 U' S of all-liniiortiinl ilc|mrlim-ut <>' pluy-JUie United Slates Oiien over the 'Ha Hedbird tint* to hat witl1 liullusroj Club course on Juno o !e.-,s llinn two out and « runner, will be several players • whose on third base nnd Iml^ to h;.l m i """"-'s »re familiar wherever golf n inn IIA I* <nil«uni,Mr:dLv (illild S5. M-i pfuyetl In this cmmlrv a inn lie Is iiuloiiimle:illy lined 55.1 l:i pliiytd In llils country. If llrst nnd third uri' occupied' There are one former Open ilh one; out and Hie letter hlts;cliainijion and two former Amu- lulo n double play the man who.uur cliampions who liuve been .ills the ball has to !>:>>' S10. jprimlneni, ^loumaineiit, ngurcs for If limners are on lirM anil tliln! .vans umcmg ttioie who fnlleU to ivith less limn iwo out nnd [he ^imillty. 'jailer hits into a double play on j With Willie MacPurlane, who which the 111:111 on third r«ores, ten !!o:iby Jonus In a playoff, for the k! UIEELCI lv>UH|H "> >" I'Ht *""-••- M:iny players limy mil conskl- the the UiesB 'rtll'i'S tUXKl for u lean), | Von but I do," nays l ; 'iankle Fil.x;!]. and 'The runner Is tin third hasc, u»d tic's there lo he driven home. All In favor of the :ny pluyevs me rules.' The Cardinals have done everything; else In older to win Tlml Is why live- National pi:muinls and In » pliiyoff in 1931; Lnwson Lll- llc, wlio won boll] (lie British ami American Amateurs on successive Scars; Leo I Hegel, ,Ioe Kirkwooti, /iiiiiny nines, Hill Mehlhorn, and Abe I'-splnasa. Tlielr failure to qualify aijiiin Americai |):ist two Open lltlo In 1025,'among non-combatants will be Oeo, Elm, who (led Hilly Hiirltu lost the Open chiunponshlp lhrc(, h world t.'hamiiliinslilj)s In 10 years Now they're liiiiiiK themselves for failure In deliver In (lie clinches This Is hi'lplni: lo keep llii-'ih In front of the .senior loop pack nt this time. Asst'SMnctit.s no Into n pool, which Is lo be equally nnioi'g Ihe ulhletes at the ecnrlitslon r.f Ihe eampulyn. The Uetroit club o]ierules alcmt; .he snme uenern! line. Make Vm Ihrow yon onl. (.let lliose runs over the plate. This In n large measure accounts foe. the liattliui! Helicals, as Mickey Cochnine culls them, dominating the League scene for the campaigns. An opposing Inflcldei- I'lumot afford lo juugle Ihe ball or hesl- tute wl)en deployed ngnlnsL the Cardinals or Tlfjers. An enemy /lyclmser cniniot be thinking of nnythlni!' else wlien In the field, for Curds and Tigers require no sec-ond Invitation to take nn extra This ncxount.s f f je theie betnii sucli teeniiMidous attmctlons. Tt makes them Hit? most pleasin'.; dr.Vs In the game lo watch, =* « + The New I-Yathcr Champ Peley Snrron, wlio dftlhronrd Freddie Miller as fentlierwelglit elinmnlon in Wnsliington, not only Is Ihe HrsL liinnliigliain boxer to ascend a world lliroi]e. but tlie first Syriiui l<i achieve the honor. Snrron sturled as nn ainnleur In llic Hoys' Club of Hli'inlnijlinm more limn a do/en years ngo. He 3 > Is small for n feniher. slaiidlmj lie hns durk eyes the ntipllng more iigltutlon of Hie for cx- leading from Hie quallfyini; i minds. This hns been an 'im- niiiil coni])lalnt .since 1D24, Ihe llrst year of sectional qiiallfyin;; W. 1, Pet. 27 5 .844 18 H .510 20 15 .500 1U 14 14 17 14 21 11 21 fl VI Atlanta xLittle Reck xKcw Orleans y.Chattanooga Birmingham 18 10 14 13 14 14 14 lli VI 15 12 10 11 18 j\mejriciln League W. L. Pet. 9 WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, J93G Baseball Results Southern League Clinttancogn at Memphis, night ! grime. Atluntn 1, BlriniiiEhaiii I. s Mn.Uiville 4, Llltle lt(jck 8, Knoxvllle at New Orleans, nlgiit, [;auie. Nntlfiiiul Leslie • Helton C, CIHcnuo 5. Cincinnati ut. lirooklyn, rnln. HI. Lulls nt Philadelphia, ruin. I'itt.'.burt'li at New York. rain. Deircil 4, Wn.s!iiii|;ton 2. . Hr ton 4, Cliiciifo 2. Nr ; w York 1C. Cleveland -I. I'hiY.dclphin 9, at. Louis 8. Northeast Arkansas ] "ague Cseecta IS, BateOTille 1. Newport 7, Paragould C. We.u Plains (J, Jonesboro 2, Hut thi! United Stale:; Golf A;;- .-cciation Lsn't now and probably ni.i'i.1- win be ready to exempt a , list of stars at the I'layii tional 18-yenr-olcl Minne.-ipolfs mi^', mill "baliy" of Ihe U. S. Curds' Cup squad, apparently had slnfic fright while facing thu pick of Hie ISritish women golfers in Uie cup clashes nt ., ,] Ciwienglcs, Scotlmid. Here she o.her players just lo I is in action (hiring her match Ihe slice of the unllery and wilh Mrs, A. Holm, which she lost, 4 and 3. Dot;s arc not Ihe only animals M ni-c lhat conlracL rubles. This' t 0 [ : ,[ sf by Sliuineld 0, by Whittle walks, Whittle i; 'left on base. Bnyee. tie mis our,: niythev.lle Laundry. U, Coca Coin ,„„, 5lra | g i, t i,|, u .|; \ mtt , like { Si'nrm- Pinivli i , ... (II nd swine "Utie, I ( in' 42 from 1 November. per cent of r, October, r\ r flrtlje;xst j\rkans:is League W. L. Pet, Newport a 'J .727 West I'liilns 7 4 .G3U Osceola B 5 . 5 , 15 _ .455 Joneitjoro ]Jates\ r ille American League New York at. Detroit. Wnihinglon nt Cleveland. Boston al St. Louis. I'hllsideluhiu at Chicago. Today's Games rhaltnnooga at Memphis. Nnshville ill Little Rnek. Kroxvllle at New Orleans, . Atlanta nt Blrnilncluim. Nutlcinul League Chicago at Urookjyn. St. Louis at New 'York, Pittsburgh ,at Philadelphia. Cinclnniili at ficston. Newi:orl Afiain Holds Un- dispnled Lead; Osceola Goes On Milting Spree Newport jumped back Into undisputed pos.sOi'.sion of first place In the Northeast Arkansas league yesterday, winning over I'araijouhl while West Plains fell back, losing to Jonesboro. Newport defeated the ParaROUld Rebels, 7 lo 0 at Newport. Seven rirns in the first two innings were sufficient for Newport to win although the Re-Ms threatened seriously before the came ended. .lonciboroV; Giants walloixxl I'hiin.s G to 2 at West Plains. Vandenbing went the route, ul- lowliig but seven hits. Tlie Giants collected only six IdLs but, made them count with men on bases. At Osceola the Indians went on a free hitting spree, defeating Halcsville, 15 to 7. Rucker and Lberto blasted out home runs with John Lawrence going the route .for Osceola, backed as he was by heavy hilling. N'erlhcast Arkansas League Jonesboro at West Plains. Paraeoiild at Newport. 13atesville at Csccola. Engineers say lhat. within [lie lust 10 years, $500.000 worth of sold has been taken from Ragle Creek, Swain comity, N. C., as n by-pvoduct of tlie conper mining Industry In that section. i / Now Located at 101 North Recon-l ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU I>ON EDWARDS, Proprietor All makcj or rebuilt Typewrllers, Adding Macnine* anil Cal- culators—Repairing—Parts—Ilibboni i. Scorer, I memljers of • his race. The Syrian roaches his pugilistic pciik at an nye 1 when nearly | all fighters rue on the skids, lie has hud his full share of tough Postponed Game jTi|' '|\,r . ,' T r p h lllK '>"'l l'' s f"' 1 share of tough \Jl ll.ICIl S LOOp JO j breaks. !!c must have been r> i-|i i TI ,T i tempted lo give tuj nt limes, some- Ik Played Monday • 3 2121 220 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 22100 31110 30200 | — " Totals 29 12 13 15 2 x— Outstanding players. Summary: Home run, N. Iglehart; two base hit, Blackburn; Elnkcouts. by Blackburn 5, bj Smith, 1; Walks, by Blnckburn 2, -by- Smith, 3. Scorer, Koush. Lett. |d)V-base, Nu-Wa 3; Jack Apple- »bajim 4. thtiiB he could well nitord to do, since he has saved his money. Snrrcn cinne very near achieving n world title a year or two after he. started. lie went to the trials in 1021, ;lnir lo Fidel Lnllarba. in n 'inntcli so close thai the judges called fur iiu extra round. The Syrian went abroad with tlie Olympic tciim. but (lid not get- to compete. The title went to LnU;ub;i. Commercial soft hall league Barnes, scheduled for tonight. have been postponed until Mon- -•• -day night and girls soft bull n ' m ° r lhc Olympic league gnmc.s scheduled for Mon- lcsl »tr lo Fidel L day night been postponed until Tuesday night, It wns announced today. Postponement of tlie Commercial league games from tonight mill Monday was necessitated uy HID fact lhat thc ( public school _ Etudents, who will participate In -^~ glganllc outdoor Cenlcnntal pageant Thursday night will hold a rehearsal nt Haley Field, scene cf soft, bull games, tonight. Officials of the girls soft ball lenRtie agreed to scl their playng dale over lo Tuesday so thai the postponed Commercial league games and the regular Wednesday night games ol the loop would not have to be played on successive nights. ' Itcfcre Yon liny Any Olllbnard - Sec the NEPTUNE 2 "• ''• S45 Silltle Cyt. 'I? 1 " (Other Siws tn Iti H. P.) HUliliAlU) TJUK & HATTKKY CO. Second Came Ccla i Player ' xWidner, 2b 'xOldham, $s 'xBlythe, If IKInzey, 3b 'Htlburn] sf iKcehler, lb •xFislier, rf 'WcGee, c AVhiitie, p ', ; ; . TotaVs ,Blythevi!le Laundry Player xE. Georges, lb JNorthem, It Ervin, sf I'. Russell, ss .Crlner, cf Oalnes, cf xLlghts, 2b -\Clart:, 3b A. Georges, rf xMcDaniel, c Stanfield, p Ab R H PO E 3222 3112 1 1 31211 3 -iY-l 0 0 31100 31020 3 0 3 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 21030 21130 28 9 10 15 4 Ab R K Po E 31271 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 1 301 3 1 1 1 0 1 20000 30001 31310 31100 22270 20100 Total 28 7 13 15 2 ._x^Outstandtng players. ""Summary: Home run, Oldhanv two base hit. Whittle; strikeouts, Wrecker Service - Gas OPEN ALL NIGHT ' PHILLIPS SERVICE CENTER Phones 777 - 810 SO SAY EIGHT TIMES AS MANY AS LAST YEAR Day nflcr day Crab Crclinrd's Top-Kun (lifTcrcncc-its finer flavor nnd morc.for.your-money goodncss-is bringing ci c ht limes Ihc buyers ns tins time last year. 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