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(ARK,y COURIER NEWS To Take Oh dumber 9 ippl J;r r Games.list'Night" Put AJ1 » ' - |'^Team's On Even Footing ' 7'-In. Race " , , ,.., ar and Phillips turned , ,-, the tables on tlie big boys lost C P 1 * 11 ' a ' Ha'ey Field. Phillips, turn's ed 'the Arkansas-Missouri Power , X Corporation back, 23 to li, in the second 'game Goodyear nosed out .Coca Cola, 9 to 7, In a thiiller. • < , 5 fThe-wins' for Phillips and Good- nl ' . year ; put a four way tie for nist "" ^place.,,; • . , ',; • ' JThe first game,v,as wild with ' 'j Phillips shoeing ••one of the besl ',, t offensive teams thai'has perfoim- ;" ed this year at Hntey Field. John - • Burns- v started on (he mound for ^Ark-Mo but went'to the showeis t •• in the 6th Tommy Wariington •; ' followed but did much bcllei. - James Terry pitched the last In- ' rUng., Tlie Fords registered 11 extra baie hits including home , . runs by Godwin and Coleman Alvin Hicks and Buford Jniiett got ' 5 and 4 hits iespect!\eiy. Gilfflu pitched well for Phillips , '-Tlie second game was a Uulller riom the start with both learns going along on even teims. until ,ihe seventh. when Dick Tiplon „ threiv wild nt first and .Scogglns t 'Went lo third on Die play nnd ,>" , scored on the next play on aft error by Tipton. That was the wln- _'"nlng run tor Goodyear Palton, Undbey and Traynor led the Good- x .yjar bunch at bat with two hits ^ each, Blackard gol two singles for Coca Coja, ' *, • Standings • - Teams W. L Pel. Ark-Mo .. , 1 i 500 ,,Coca'-Cola 1 i 500 „ Goodyear 1 i 500 "• Phillips 1 i .500 -,,t • - , First Game •• -^ARK-MO POWER , ' "' ' AB R H PO A E Ganske 3b 4 1 2030 Taylor 2b 3 o 0 1 1 0 , •*•:, Fisher rf 100100 , Mosely cf '.'.... 411000 'V Baxter 1 Ib 4 3 3 11 o 0 Bvogdon If 31 1000 , Terry.'ss-p 412311 Bishop sf 222101 " R.'Burns rf..i.,32 1001 Hires, c '.. 3 0 0 4 0 0 v Burns p 1 o o 0 4 0 Warrington p .... 1 01020 Lake In, division "B", Blackwaler lawks lead the division nnd nre Inssed as one of the best class B" teams in Noilheast Arkansas They go to Burk's Slore, who nre t Ihe present in the cellhr. To- ialo plajs Recce at Recce, and "yronza Lake comes >to Huffman or a contest. )ouble Triumph Is Cli ma'xed By Homer With Two Men On un wllh Iwo mates on toard and wo oul in the last Inning left Ihe •3haljanoogd Lookouts loday only ia!f n game behind Ihe Sgulhem Association-leading Memphis Chicks Nicholson's Merrlwell swat gave he Lookouts both ends of a double- coder at Birmingham, which served o cut Memphis' lead even though :he Ghicks "were defeating the NnslivlDc Vols In a single gntne The Atlanla Crackers continued heir victory stieak, marking up lo. 8 at the expense of the New Means Pelicans, 1 lo 2 Tlie Knoxville Smokle.s. won a doublc- teader frani Ihe Little Rock Trav- •lers, 9 lo 5, and 3 to 2, and tuck on the heels of the thlril- ilace Crackers. Chattanooga won Ihe first game rom Birmingham, 4 (o 1, behind Al William.-)' seven-fill •] Itching, The Lookouts got only eight blows >1I Lefty Lainiing but Charley Delias nnd Stnn Benjamin came hraugh with timely wallops with •nen on base. The Barons apparently lind the ' " Totals .'... 33 11 13 21 11 G *f- PHILLIPS MOTOR <"> • AB R H PO A E ^-Hlcks 0;! ,.,5 45211 ,.. Coleman 3b 5;4 3> 3 1 0 i ' Crawford ss .... 5" 1 2 0 1 l ' Godwin si '. o 2 3 2 0 0 1 Wright. 2b-' 522432 , , Griffin p 1 431040 - ..^Baugnman If 210000 ,-~> Barker , If r 2 1 1 0 0 0 -"' Ledbetterjb 4 '0 1 10 1 0 [ -' Jarrett' rf j ...-— 5 2 4 0 0 fl '• ^/Chitman cf .... 5,3 2 0 0 0 != "te < Totals - .„.....',. 48 23 24 21 11 4 • i.'; . " Second Game ' - 'COCA COLA , " <' /i f AB R H PO A E - '..TafUSb 1 1 0 0 2 1 ., -Glover >3b . '.... 111100 'Blaikard'sf 412000 , „ Potter c 32'100 1 Tipton ssI,"..31111 2 '• Whittle^cf 2 0 0 1 0 0 -Thompson Ib .... 3 0 0 G 1 I - ' D. j Warrington rf 3 0 0 3 0 0 Smothermgn 2b' .. 4 0 0 3 3 0 • ' 'Harbert If .... 3 1 1 5 0 0 ^ ;ivy-p .**..'.. .^ 301100 <*" ^Totals .'. 30 7 7 21 1 "> ; GOODYEAR ' ' . "' -\ ' \ ' AB R H PO A ''Patton If 3 0 2 1 0 /,. Llndsey ss 3 1 2 24 '-' iHarseirc "3 2120, '",, Traynor 3b 42200 , Scoggins 2b ... 4 2 l' 5 1 - Francis Ib 3 1 1 B 0 ,Bomar- sf '. 4 0 1 1 1 Halsell cf 3 1 0 3 0 , Wilcoxin rf 40110 • ' Cox p 2 0 0 0 1 ecoad game In their pocket going tt llom er, No. 11, and two singles, nto the seventh ahead, 5 to 3. The drlvl "g '" (o » r runs. Ted Williams Lookouts rallied to score one hl1 hls 1ntl> llro « lr fni - ""> *"••' Totals 33 9 11 21 7 3 BASEBALL STANDINGS -' , £ ^ Northeast Arkansas If^fat W. L. Pet'. 1 Caruthersville 35 16 .686 xNewport 30 23 .566 xParagould 20 32 385 .Jone&boro 21 35 .375 • . x—Night game. > ' ,. ' - Southern League W. L. Pet. .603 m .55' ,5S - -v , . W. Ij v" Memphis 41 21 i ' Chattanooga- .,.' 41 29 'Atlanta-?...' 39 31 <•„ Knoxville. 7.: 36 31 .... ' ' Birmingham 32 35 .418 '« Nashville\ 28 36 .418 ~%, New Orleans 29 4V ... Little Rock 26 42 .382 „'' ' National League •:' '< ' W. L. Pet Cincinnati 38 22 .63 New York . 35 28 .55 .... . St. Louis ". ............ 33,27 55 Chicago .... .......... 34 30 .53 , Brooklyn ._.». .'....,.. 29 29 .50 , . Pittsburgh ' . 27 31 .464 . ........... . Boston' ..... J ..' ..... '... 25 35 .41 V' Philadelphia .......... 19 38* ' In 'games Sunday In the Missis- County Baseball League, No. meets-Manila; at No. 9, while in , nother game Lutes and Keiser play. t The winner of Oils goes iiilo second place. In ther gnmes Dell goes to Vlctoiia, arbro goes to CosneH mid Burette meets Clear Lake at Clear Bill By United Press NlchohonV midnight home Washington Knuckle Ball • Artist Makes Chumps Of Worlcf Champions BY. GEORGE KIRKSKY United Press SUff Correspondent NEW YORK, June 30. (UP)— Emil CDntcli). Leonard, n chubby Belgian who throws a knuckle ball without using Jib knuckles, today (limllficU us one of the bravest men In sports He, Indeed, Is t!ie Tony Onlenlo of the dlanund. Unmindful ol the murderous Yankee bats, which i allied off 33 inns and 43 hiu in Uo games Wednesday, Lcpnard stepped out on the nil) at Cirimth Stadium in Washington yesterday mid shoved his dlpsy-dD knuckler right down the throat of Hie world champion!,. Giving up only seven hits and Wa/)kli)g the Ynnks for U consecutive IimliigvLeonn'rd pitched t'ie Seniitora to u 2-1 Irlunipli over Ihe BKn'x Bombers nnd becnnic tlie nist Ameilcan league pitcher to hog-lie tlie champs Iwlce this season, lie previously had bcalen the Yanks, 3-1, April 22, letling them down with six hits. Yesterday's game .went 12 Iniiing? with Buddy Lewis' single to cenlei pulling over the winning tally. The Yanks scored a rim In tlie first when Crosettl was lilt by a pitched ball, went lo second en a wild pilch and scored on Joe DiMaggio's single. Sam West's triple and Taft Wrlghl's single tied It up In the Senators'., hull,, and then the two clubs battled Into the 12lh before breaking Hie deadlock, It "Aas Ecd Riifllng's second defeat ngulhst li victories FOJ Leonard, who uses the tips of his nneert, to throw Mi knuckle ball pitch—one of the most difficult of all pitches lo follow— hung up his seventh. ' I The Yanks came back In the nightcap and flapped Ken Chnbe for a 7-0 trlunii/i In six innings (called by dnrkncss). Alley Donald let the Scimlors have only three liltf, nnd scored his ninth straight trlmnph, Babe Dahlgrcn hit liomci No 8, good for three runs. •With ( Connie Mnck confined lo his tiolel by n stomnch dlsordei the Athletics beat, the Red Sox, 8-B Bob Johnson led the A's altack with a homer, No. 11, and Iwo singles, jOOKouts rallied to score one run llllr 'l ls lotl1 nciller for the Red ut Hobo Carson steadied and re- Sox ' ahd a double and single, ired Uo batters Then with two Tlie Browns nnd White Sox broke ' ' even, St. Louis laying down a 16- hit barrage to take the opener, 9-3, and Chicago staggering tlirough to take the nlglitcap, 7-5. Dob Harris gave up six hlls In winning Ihe opener. , . Danny MacFayden,. making his first start in 11 days, cooled oft tlie Giants and the Bees won an n and two oul ana the blue chips airly oozing, Nicholson stepped up nd rifled one, out of the park to ive the Lookouts a 7 to '4 \ icfory _. Herman Besse, the Chicks' star oulhp'iw, pitched his mates to a to 1 decision over the Vols, in Memphis. He allowed orily six hits and fanned five, his cffecllveness wing lemperated ' somewhat bY even bases on balls Mike Martynik, a former Memphis yMtcher, snd Ace Adams' were no problem at all foi the Chlckasaw clubbers, who rattled the palings-with 14 hits. Except for a two-run homer by red Bedore, Liinum Harris of At- aiila kept the Pelicans Ihrottled hroughout, at New Orleans A New Weans error In the first inning ed to four Cracker luns nnd the quick exodus from the Mourid of cfty Sid Cohen Subseqnenl tal- les in tlie third, filth nnd sixth sealed the Issue for Atlanta. Doc Richmond, the npple of trampled the Trnveleis in Ihe first game, at ULtle Rook. Letty Laman- skl and Clare Bcrlram shared Hie mound work, tcgelher Idling tho Traveleri, have 10 hits—four by Babe Bcnnmg i IJnvllle Watklns bested ; three Little Rock pitchers in n brief but exciting mound duel as the Smokies made a sweep of the night's ncllvi- lles. The game was called at tlie end of the "fifth, because of Ihe league rule against starting an liming after midnight Tlie learns are coupled In Ihe same fashion tonight, with Atlanta — .,., v..u »|^|jth. ui ^mm_ i<i,]kiiut i LAJlllguv, Wllll /XlULItVll Smokie fans' eyes, was tlie balling and New Orleans playing n doublc- star with three hits as tijs .nifties lieadci. ' iv*"' i^' v *^' 1 -^ f Anwrion ' "? ,-"• f .•" (* ,"W. L. PC V ,'NeW ,York .....". 49 14 .17 j-id'^ Boston ,'i.J?.;..> ;.-33 24 &!9 •%g^ »clevelundI <V r... v 33 29 ^32 #t^''oW«ijo~'. ". 31 ! 29 511 ,;_J« Ptiftadelphla 26 37 .413 pfcftWWhlngton '..-..'25 41 .319, IpfojASt, Louis,,:,."..-.,.,.'.. 18'.44 .290 FOURTH OF JULY SPECIALS ' ENJOY THE HOLIDAYS IN A GOOD 'USKD CAR RECONDITIONED AND GUARANTEED AT A PRICE YOU CAN AFFORD TO PAY AND ON TERMS TO SUIT YOU/DUE TO THE INCREASINGLY LARGE NUMBER OP SALES OF NEW CHEVROLET CARS AND TRUCKS WE ARE IN POSITION TO OFFER USED UNITS AT PRICES •FAR BELOW THE PRESENT MARKET VALUE. ' THAT'S WHY WE SAY COMPARE OUR PRICES KEFORE YOU BUY. 1938 Chevrolet Town Sedan $520 1!J37 Ford Coupe §875 1937 ' Ford VS "60" Tudor §M5 1936 Chevrolet Coach $325 1936 Ford Conc^i $285 1933 Chevrolet Sedan 5143 1932 Ford VS.Coupe' .....:. 5115 1935 Chevrolet Coach ......¥185 —TRUCKS— 1936 Chevrolet Long W.B., D.W. Cab and chassis 5159. 1937 Chevrolet 157" W.B., D.W. Body 5125 1937 Ford V8 133" W.B., D.W., Cab & Chassis $370 1936 Chevrolet Pickup $285 1933 Chevrolet 131" W, B,, D.W. Cab & Chassis 5159 Many Others to Choose From TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. Phone 033 8-3 viclory.' Al Simmons gol him oul of his only sellout Jam In Ihe second. Simmons charged Into the wall and made a (lying leap of Jurgcs', "double" with two men on which ended the Inning. It was one of the greatest catches .ever seen nl Die Polo Grounds. Tlie defeat snnpiMd Hie Giimls' fi-gaine whining streak. Rip Russell's single drovd In. the : run In Ihe ninth by -which the Cubs defeated the Cardinals,,7-0. Bill Lee, with aid from Lnrry Fieucli In Ihe nlnlh, hung up hh eighth viclory. * * * Yesleiday's hero—Emil Leonard, Washington's knuckle ball nilisl who stogped Hie lampaglng Yanks for, the second time Mils season. Dempsey Is Gravely 111 In Hospital NEW YOEK, June 30. (UP)— Jack Dcnipspy was .. gravely ill in I'olyelinic Hospital today' nnd'from all over the'nation came"anxious telephone calls Inquiring, about one of (.ho mcsl popular boxers of ail time. The former heavyweight champion was opeiated en for a gangrenous appendix last'night rind early, today peritonitis set In. His wife, tlic forjncr Hanna Willlnms, a musical comedy actress, spent the night at the hospital. Dr. A. A. Jnller, superintendent of.lljc hospital,, described Dc'inpsey ns "n very sick man" and announced that another 'bulletin would'bo Issued late today. Yesterday's Results Northeast Arkansas I.cajue' Pniagould at Newpoit, postponed, rain. Jonesboro G, Ctmithersvllie' .'4. Southern League Night games: • Memphis 9, .Nnslwllle 1. Chattanooga 4, Birmingham 1. Knoxvillc 9, Lilie Rock D. Atlanta 7, New Orleans 2. National,; League Boblon 8, New York 2. Chicago, 7, St. Louis IT Philadelphia at, Brooklyn, postponed, Inclement weather. Only gnnics scheduled. American League St Louis 9-5, Chicago 3-7. Washington 2-0, New Yoik 1-7, first game, 12 inning!,. Philadelphia 8, Boston 0. Detroit at Cleveland, postponed rain.. '< Today's Games Northeast Arkansas Paragb'uld at Ncw|x>rt. Carutliorsvllle at Jonesboro. Southern League Nnshville at Memphis, night Chattnnooga at Birmingham Knoxville nt Little Rocfc Allanta nt New Orleans One person out of every 45 onus a car In Germany, In Amejicn, its one out of rvery five Tircj, batteries, radios, heartrj • nil other products for your car can be bought on the Rrc&tonc Budget Plan for surprisingly litlle cash outlay and terms so small you'll hardly notice them. Van It lit Voici ej Finiltnt. M Tunt in itit Firestone Voice o( tlit Fatra K. Jio Program t«'t« rach w«k duriog oooa h<wr PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. 5lh & Walnut 810 Today's Sport Parade By Baa, HcLrmr* " - -. _ NE\y YORK, June 30. .(UP) . Piopliecy: The man who will final- nitn as heavyweighl champion of hllm ns heavyweight champion of "ie -Korld will be a doctor. I fee) certain of Hit? because doctors, more than any olhei class of people, are always getting first hand accounts of Joe's weaknesses and Just what is needed to bent him. No sooner is one of Joe's victims readied for the 'operating table than he starts telling the consulU Ing stirgcons, who arc there 10 mend him, jiisl what Louis lacks ns n .champion nnd how to capitalize It,.. Max Schtnelliig spoke above-, the rattling of his loose verlcbrae to brand Louis as a man who.couldn't hit. Max Baer Interrupted the lieni- slltchlng on his face lo'point out the champion's flaws and how he could be token. Al the risk of ImvliiB air his Uelh ' fall on 'the floor, Jim Braddock rose from his bed of pain to tell the men of meicy vUio stood solemniy about that Louis .was just a flash In the pan and wasn't here to slay. So did all Die other Louis challengers, the latest being Tony Galento. At tlie risk of being torn apart by the "prolecttvc" New York policemen who guarded his dressing, room, I followed Galento Inlo Ufa. Yankee' Stadium retreat after he had bccii knocked out in fain lounds, by Louis. Still out of his mind, and with bis face furrowed like a corn field with, nasty cuts, Galento mumbled through horribly swollen' lips that Louts was a bum and couldn't hit a lick As physicians put enough clamps on his wounds lo hang out the Monday wash of a family of five, Galento told them, that Louis never .really .hit. him, but that, he just "shoved me around." Later, wearing a smart ice cap at a lak- ish angle and outfitted In Ihe latest pastel shades of gauze anil tape, Tony demanded a return match. "The next time i'll knock the bum put. I just got. careless, else I would have beat hell out of'him this time," .hcYsald: I hate to uiterVd/"discordant note nl this time of Galento's greatest "triumph"—when the papers aie dilpplng with columns of praise i for him as a nghler and a man Bui isn't it time lhat Louis got a' liltle piaise as a fighter? Isn't it time lhat we stop making heroes i 5f men who last three, four or five; rounds with him, and give the col-; ored boy his due as a tiemendous hitter,. and .fellow with -n fair amount of courage? , Itjls getting so that the men Louis beat to a pulp receive much more ciedit for not being killed put fight, than Lpuls:d6es 'for;-rendering them helpless. If a 'man goes Into the ring against Louis and shows enough courage to walk forth to meet him he Is hailed as a, nichard the Lion-Heorted A «nd stout fellow, 'It ««ms lo have been forgotten thafLouls still Is a man and not a machine. He cats, sleeps, shaves like nil the men he fights. He lias v all Ihe !iu;nan foibles. His chin Is not above being hurt,.'and his stpmacli'wll^yleld to a mighty Wow. In a way, Ihe praise that Is heard of. the men who last a few rounds with Louis Ls the highest .form of tiibute/to the champion. His record Is Ao tremendous, his hitting so 'devastating, that he now ; Is looked "upon as a robot killers and we have evolved an entirely new method of measuring challengers for. the title. ' They don't have to win lo earn the laurel wreath. All they have to do Is to escape with their lives, shqw a little courage, and make it last long enough to get all the customers'.seated. TODATPSGAMES National League Boston at New York. Cincinnati at Chicago.' Pliiladelphia at Brooklyn, night game. Only, games scheduW. American League Chicago at Detroit. St. Louis at Cleveland. 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