The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 6, 1930 · Page 8
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PACK. EIGHT Ul.YTlIKVIU.lC, (AKK.) UJUKIKK NKWS WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 0, 1930 Jack Visits Pal's Mother Southern . Leaders Circus Day; Pchl feat Pelicans. Have )bles DO- ATLANTA, Ga. — The orphan Bears were more ragged than ever Tuesday after being on the run for a \vho',e afternoon as the lead- Ing Memphis Chicks of the Souih- ern circuit blasted out 24 hits and hept the Dears, galloping after balls all afternoon. The final score of the circus affair was 23 to 5 lu favor of the Chicks. Only one of the 34 hits c'-llecled by the two teams was a homer. Tex Jeartes with four out of six times at bat led the Chicks. The Atlanta Crackers also had on ihelr swatting uniforms yeslenlay. rattling 22 hi Us off Ihc pllclnng ol Zumbro, Nashville hurlcr, who went the route. The score was 15 lo 9. OMhani was the v,inning hurler. The Chattanooga Lookouts counted twice in the tenth inning lo defeat the Birmingham Barons at Chattanooga, 5 to 4. The Hurons went ahead in the first half of the extra iiilng when they counted a run on three singles. It was the 17th victory of the season for Hilly Rayne, Lookout ace. I BRUSHING UP SPORTS By -Lalifer .' • T BULL ILL HUTE Denny Shute When Jack ?ngagcmnii<j 1 nemp^ey went inlo the northwest to fulfill refcrecing Tie slopptd in Seattle, Wash., to visit Mrs. Lon Jane Adams, above, mothrr of the late Tex Richard, who was a staunch (rlchd of Hie Mnnassa Mauler. The expression of sadness on Dempsey's fact— rathe: unusual lor the ex-heavyweight champ— would Indical? the em: lion aroused by the visit to his former pal's nged mother. You're Lucky When the breaks go against you as they do-with all of us at times, don't go around telling people yoii'nj unlucky. Just think of WaHei Johnson and keep your moulh shut Recently Walter's wife died after a short nines. A short time before lhat Walter's oldest sou, Walter jr., broke both legs in an automobile accident. A short time before that Waller hunself was in a wheelchair, suffering trouble with his back. And a short time before that he was in a wheelchair again, suffering from the effects of influenza and an infected foot. Jusl before that he had been sent down to Newark, afler 20 years of Ihe finesl kind of big league pltohlnu for a second division ball learn, and, at Newark was cast in the . role of manager of an indifferent ball team that never could get anywhere. . Old Barney's career 1ms been b2- set by cruel pranks of fortune. For years, the greatest pitcher In the game, he bore his burden unflinchingly,- pitching for a mediocre team. There never was a comphlnt from Ihe Big Train. He went about Ills business with a fighting heart. Bucky Helps Out •'.It was Bucky Harris, alter all. who helped the Big Train to .sam2 measure of satisfaction when Washington managed to yet into a world series in 1924. Some deep thinking by Harrl*. who outlined John J. McGraw in the final game of thai series, earned for Waller the pinnacle he had struggled to reach. Walter had lost his firs! twc starts to the Giants on the toughest kind of breaks, and the toughest kind of baiting competition by none else.than Bill Terry. The other Washington pitchers, however, functioned'beyond expcctalkms. auri each team won three of Ihe firs' six games. It was in the seventh game that Ducky pulled his deal on McGraw. Harris decided to gel Terry oiU of the Gianls' lineup. The other Giant first baseman was Kelly, who smacked left-handers right merrily, but who couldn't hit Walter Johnson with a handful of s!:ot. Gets Terry Out The customers were amazed when Harris announced tiiat Warren Ouden would start the seventh panic. But lhat was only lo have McGraw start Terry, as o'gden was a right- hander. At n crucial ix>int in Ihe game, Bucky rushed Lefty Mogridg to the firing line just before Terry was due to bat. McGraw fell like '. ton of brick, yanked Terry anc : it Kelly bst. Then, with Terry on! of Ihe game. Harris sent the Bis Train into action. An3 it was llv fact that Waller Johnson strurk George Kelly o;il twice lhat we:: the championship for the Senators Tragedy, however, beset Johnsov in the .world series Ihc folla.vin; year, when the Pirates and Senators battled. Walter won his firsi two starts in that seriss. II was three all, and Johnson was rushed Suullii'rii Lrajui- W. Memphis 14 nirmlhuham xNew Orleans Allanta xLillle Kock .. i Cliiillaiioog!) .. I Nashville G3 1)2 51 SI Pet. .073 .535 ,4G'J .447 .27-1 Good Cast lo Back Dougan- Steadman Bout xNlghl Ing. game, yesterday's Eland- Three four lotmd bouts have been lined up to support the LcRoy DoiiKan.Pnul Steadman • battle at the Main f.lrcet Athletic arentx Monday night. Tom Uyc Beaton, Luxora battler, will defend the reputation of his home (own against Sailor Smith of t Promised Lund, the unorthodox j left hand puncher, who kuyoed ! Kid McGarrity of Luxora on Ihe Duel at Chicago Mav Sewn as Forecast for Olympic Games in 1932. ItY Cl.AIRE BUKKEV NEA Sfrvlre Sports Wrilor America must snap out of II if [ she would continue her reign In in-1 U'lnational track and field.acllvillcs| through the 1932 Olympic at l.os Aiwelcs, declare our more nessl- misllc experts. And In Just, what departments she'll need a .stimulant can be told fairly accurately following the British Empire-Uniied Stale. 1 : Irack meet on Soldiers' Field, I Chicago, Ihe night of Aug. 21. ] John. Bull apparently is not of- 1 feriug another Phil Scott gesture. His threat to our track and field prestige Is of such n serious nature that S]x>rts officials have been bestirred will) the necessity of lining up every available track man In lh" country to pit against the visitors later tlilt: month. While Ihc 'American team will be made up of only CO athletes, those CO are to be selected from 400 at the National A. p A. U. championships at .Pittsburgh i Aug. 22, 23 and 25. j . Youngsters in U. S. Ranks Uncle Sam pins his hopes 'On n crop of .young alhletes who'have done startling things in Ihe last two years, or since the 1928 Olympics at Amsterdam. Lloyd Aahn; - Jolc Hay, Jack Scholz, Charlie Paddock, Ray Barbuli, Lee Barnes, Sabin Cnrr and several others have'rrlir eel In their places will be Frank Wykoff, George Simpson, Eddie Tqlan, Rut Wallers, Peter Bowen, Ray Conger, Lee Sentrnan, Tom Wprnc, Harlow Ifolherl, Eric Krenx. and others. England ami Canada are certain to offer America her stlffest compe- llllon In Ihe forthcoming : games. FWE UFT 190 15' ABALtWTBVASELMA .^POFTHEFEtOCE ""'BOUNDED ED THREE "TiMES AMO MADE TWREE <5TA&& A^ IT, BEFot?E if ... FIVJAU>/FELb'OUT Lord David Burghlcy, the titled Aturririm League W. Philadelphia Washington New York Cleveland Detroit Chicago St. Louis 43 Boston 37 Pet. .GB7 .UOO .574 .510 .436 .410 .308 .34fi Brooklyn Chicago New York St. 1-ouis Pittsburgh Host an Cincinnati Philadelphia Li-ague W. L. 63 41 lil) '» 58 46 .... y>- y> .... so so ... 49 53 .... -I! 5G 34 58 I'd .00!) .583 .5^ ..510 '.50C .467 ;440 .333 tisl card here. McGarrity will ntlempt a come :ack against Kid Boyd of Yurbro in another four rounder. Sam Bradford and Vim Murray, negro lishl- les, wili open (he show. Van Murray polished off two boys in a local urenu on the las; card. Amsterdam games, porting cast of sprinters which in- relays after the fashion of Eng- clurtes Johnny Filzpalrick, Leigh ;llsh meets, with foui men.compet- Miller and Ralph- Adams. Other i ing on a team in sprints, distance! stars who will represent some sec- I and hurdle, races. The idea also ' hurdler and Olympic winner In'1928 lion of John Bull's great domain I will l:e carried Into the field ev- heads an English group: that in- j are Patrick O'Callaghan. Irish ham- ] ents, in which three men may par- eludes Eric Liddel, Scotland's'400- mer thrower and Olympic cahm- | licipale for their country, with meter champion in 1924, and Dong-[pion; Slaa Lay of Australia, javc-; their aggregate efforts computed las 6. A. Lowe, Olympic record I lin thiower; Phil Edwards, former tc determine-the winner, holder in the 800-nieeer -run. Can- New York University half-mile star Buffaloes Go •••>--l-2 Linings To Defeat Ark-Mo The Monette Buffaloes were fore- Chicago rushing preparations ed to battle 12 innings at, Monette yesterday before defeating the Ark- Cubs Sock Way to Late Win; Yankees Break Washington Jinx. NEW yonk—The high stepping Robins of Brooklyn, who are showing ihc way » National league pennant aspirants, '^scored three rum to defeat' 'the New York Gianis 9 to 8 in the tenth inning at Brooklyn. Hill Terry, Giant first sacker, had tied Ihe count in the ninth when he homered wllh. two on in the midst of a spirited rally thai net- i led the Giants five runs. The Glan'.s went on to count twice In the tenth but the Robins came back strong by crashing across with three inns. The Giants used five pitchers and the Dodgers three with ! I'helps receiving credit for the victory. Aided by Haack Wilson's 36lli / homer of the season, and three 1 runs scored in the ninth, the Chicago Cubs finally defeated, the Si. Lculs Cards in the first game of series 5 to 4. Touchstone was the ','ining hurlcr. The Phillies were , imiled lo six hits by Fred Frank- lonse yesterday and the Boston Braves won a G to 2 decision over he Phiadelphta Nationals. Elliott, vas touched fcr 13 hits and five of Boston's runs were scored off him. The Yankees and Senators div- ded a double bill at New York wilh he Yanks laking the second game 1 lo 1 after losing the first 6 to 4. Hadley held the Yanks well in land in the first encounter while Ruffing turned the same trick en :he Nais in the second. The Boston Red Sox caused the Macks to stumble out of their winning stride momentarily yesterday, beating the Mackmen 4 to 3. Tv,'0 of the Macks runs were homers by AI Simmons and Jimmy Foxx. An eighth inning ralley enabled Detroit to grab four runs and defeat Cleveland 5 to 4. Earl Whitehill turned in his eighth consent-" live . victory of the .season. ada will ECIH! Jimmy Ball, second |and native of British Guiana; and to ii an( ji e t |, e largest crowd ever —^ = to. Barbuli in Ihc - Olympic 400- Wilfred Legg of South Africa, sprint | assembled for a track and field con- Mo Power learn of Blytheville 6-5, .,,.i^r mr» in i ma Ai.vwu.nn star i test in America. The fact that the ; The Buffaloes scored first, count- in- ! events wil be staged at night under j in° h, the fourth irining and add- ciudcs 14 regular track and field j pc-\verf»l lights'and the absence of jng two more in the eighth. The pvpnls pxrpnl llmi Ipnm stronclll n hliqtprin? qnn In nnnnv nlhlpfpR \ mvthntrilla tn-in* i-illi*>*l tn t\\t* melcr race in 1928, Alex Wilson, star. Brant Litlle and the Walter broth- j The program of activities ers. all of them American intercollegiate stars, in' addition to Percy Williams, sensation of the battle with Steadman. The"Wlsh- mtin realizes that he'will have to be In prime condition to turn pack the powerful Stendman and 'alip Ihe Blytheville battler, j evade a knockout at the hands of is campaigning strenuously for his the St. Louis boy. '.' RITZ THEATRE Wednesday and Thursday eveiils, except that team strength will be Ihe deciding factor, rather than Individual prowess. All of the a blistering sun lo annoy athletes j Diytheville to the and spectators alike should make' ninth to send three runs across th. conditions ideal. : plate and tied the score. Botl teams scored twice in the tenth and the Buffaloes added the decisive tally in the 12th. Jenkins of the Ark-Mo club led the hitters with a home run and ?. triple. Spot Reed hurled for the Blytheville team and Phillips wa 1 ; his battery mate. Games Today SolilhcTii League Mobile at Memphis. New Orleans at Little Rock. Atlanta at Nashville, nirmiivjimm nl Chttttannosii. American League St. Luuis nt Chicago. Cleveland at Detroit. Washington .al Philadelphia. Boston ul New York. National LIMKUC 1'hiladelphta nl Bo.slon. Brooklyn at Pittsburgh. Chicago at S'.. Umfs. Only yames scheduled. Read Cuii.-ier Neivs Want Ads. HOME Wednesday and Thursday to the mound in the las: gamo dur- . ing a drizzling rain. | The Final Insull With a wet ball to pitch. Johnson's great speed, went fcr >nusiu. The picture of him wallowing ir , Ihe mud out there in the pitcher'; box, fighting futilely to turn bacV the foe remains as one of the sad- dfst spectacles I have seen in sports What a grim jest to b? flung into the man's face after all those year? of wasted pitching power. Cooler Wins Over Black Oak Team, 12-11 COOTER, Mo—Cooler defeated Black Oak yesterday in a close!} contested game. 12 to 11. Tilbert and White were batl?ri?; for -Cooler and East and Bau»h! lor Bl»ck Oak. THE CLIMAX With Joan Hcrsholt and Kalhryn Crawford. From tin; slagu success by Edward Locke. Comedy and Review. • Admission Matinee and Xu;!H j lOc and 25c ARNSDALL, The World's first Refiner, offers you the experience of 70 years in Petroleum Products that increase driving satisfaction and add years to motor life. 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