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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 26, 1936
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PAGE SIX — Applcbaiiiric'rs Take Un- dispuled Lea'd Behind Holland's Filching Famous Store Robinson Drug Ark-Mo Power Pastime n. D. Hughes McMulllii Kast Arkansas Lions Club The Standings W. Pet. 1.000 .825 3; oil Saliba 1; off Bums 2. Strikeouts—Holland 4; Saliba 1. Hlts-off Saliba 5, five runs in five Innings; off Burns, 2 wlt'n 2 runs in 2. Ixxs- Ing- pKcher—Saliba. Umpires— Browning and Whltley. Second (iame Robinson Drug An R HPOA Crowe, ss '1 0 0 2 C Blacknrd, sf-p 301 4 1 Potter, 21)-sf 3 0 0 1 0 It. Warrington, 3b .,. 3 0 0 0 0 Rodery, cf 3 0 0 1 0 Johnson, Ib 3 0 0 10 Brogdon, If 3 I 1 20 Tnylor, rf-2b 3 1 '2 I 0 Brooks, c 3 0 2 0 0 Rimer, u 2 0 0 I 1 .067 .400 .333 .000 Joe Applebaum's Famous Store lock undisputed possession of first place In the Commercial soft, ball league last night, deft-atinj the 1M5 champions. Arkansas-Missouri Power company, 7 io 0, with noWiiscn Drug losing to Paslime Billiard Parlor, 5 to 2, In the second fame of the doublcheailer and dropping to second place. . John Holland hurled sliiiloul ball for (he Apj>lebaumers. allowing but four hits, bearing down al! Ihe way ami never being in serious danger of being scored on. •Eddie Saliba hurled fair hall but : Trigger Wall's home run In the Icuith with the bases loaded started his downfall and Wimpy Burns hurled the last two lim- mg5 for the Electrics. Tiny Glover's big hat figured •prominently in Pastime victory over Robincsn. Glover had a perfect night at bat with three hits, including n home run to participate directly. In three of Ills team's runs. Warrington allowed six hits, two more than the lloblnson southpaw Rimer allowed but was light in the pinches nnd walked ;only one man. On Ihc other hand ;.Hlmcr walked eight and on two : fjccnsloiis lie issued bases on balls jwilli the bases loaded, forcing in lulls. Blackard was called on to "relieve Rimer late In the game. - Wall's home run was a "break" UuU gave Famous n big lead. Up until the fourth neither tt-iun had been able to score. Then n pair of singles with nn unsuccessful fielder's choice loaded the bags with one down. Wall hit one sharply past third base nml it went for n home run when Char- Icy Brogdon, , coining In fast lo get the tall and cut off as many runs us possible failed to get II, the ball rolling into deep lefi Held. It was a hard chance and Wall was given a home run by the official scorer. Enthused over their four runs In the fourth Famous came back to add another In the fifth and counted two In. the sixth when Ghud: DeLoug blasted out a hoiner with one aboard. That ended Ihc scoring for tiie game. Pastime led off with a first inning score against Robinson, Manager Tiny Glover singling the tally across but Robinson cnme right back to tic ft up in tlteir half. In the third Glover got one of Rimer's offerings to his liking and blasted it into deep center Held for an easy homer with one on. II .wns'one of Ihc hardest hit balls of the season. Rimer forced in another nm in the fourth by walking a batter with tlie bases already loaded to give Pastime a 4 to 1 lead. The Druggists tried to make it back in Ihc fifth but the best they could . do on three hits was eric run. Then Rimer's 'wlWness shoved another run across the plate in the fifth inning before lie was relieved by Blackard wlm finished out the game without further ncoring. Tile box scores: Firsl Game Famous Stsre AB R H PO A Locke, 3b -1 2 2 2 4 Crawford, ss 3 0 1 1 0 B. Lutes, rf 4 I i 2 0 Applcbautn, sf .' 2 0 1 0 0 xSanderson, Ib 2 1 0 2 C , ..... Wall, c ............. 3 2 2 4 0 , ............. Alexander, Ib-sf ..... 3 0 0 6 0 De'ong, 2b .......... 3 1 i 2 4 R. Lutes, If ........ 1 o 0 2 0 R. Burns, cf ........ 3 0 0 0 0 Holland, p .......... 3 oo 0 2 Totals 31 7 D oi xRan for Applcbaum in fourth Ark-Mo Power AB R H PO A Brogdon, If 3 0 0 5 Taylor, 2b 3 c Pudtett, sf 3 o 28 2 C 18 2 AB II 1IPOA ... 2 r o a o 3 I 0 I 0 ...40032 3 2 3 S 0 0 1 C 0 0011 30020 30014 01003 Totals Pastime Barnes, sf Culcliln, if 3. Glovc-r, ss".,. H. O lover, Ib .. Marshall, c Bevll. If, cf C. I.edbetter, 21> E. Uxltx'ttcr, ab U. Warrington, p .... 3 0 0 0 i Totals 25 5 4 21 II Score by Innings: ; oblnson Drug 010 010 0—i Pastime llllllurd .... 102 110 x—J Summary: Errors—Potter. h 'arrlugton, Rimer, K. I.cdbatler . Runs batted In—ir. Olover <3t. Cutchln. K. Ix-dbcttcr, IJrooks (2). Earned rims—Pastime 1; Robinson Drug i, rwo base hit—llrogdoii. Home run—If. Glover. Base on balls —off Rimer 3; oil Wnrrlnglon 1. Slrikeonts—Rimer 4; Wanington 3; Blackard I. lflts-4 and 4 runs olf illmcr in -I 2-3 inniiiRs; norm off Bluckard in i 1-3 innings. Losing >ltc)ier—Rimer. Umpires— llrown- ngand Whltley. dumber Eight Club In Win Over Dixie Park COOTER, Mo. — The Number Eight ball team, which Is compo.wtl noslly of Cooler Ijoys, defeated Ihe Dixie Park learn nt the Dixie park Sunday afternoon by a score or 15 .o 4. Tlie No. Eight team took an early lead which It 'held throughout Clark was the only player who lilt n home run. He and Mulling'were outstanding players, each gelling four hits. The first two games that Ihe No. Eight team played In the league this season have never been decided. The first one, which was played wltti fne Oottonwood team, was a lie and fans would not get off the diamond to let them play of! the lie. The decision of Ihls game will have to be decided by officials of tlie league. Sunday, May 17, a game was being played between Stanley ami No. Eight at No Eis'nl when the game hud to be stopped In the fourth liming because of rain. Officials of the league say this game will have lo be p!nj;cd over. At the lime the jaine was called Ihc score was 0 lo 1 In favor of Number Eight, Baseball Results Soulhcrii League Memphis 12, Allanla 7. Litllc Rock 9. Nashville 4 (nlaht irame). Only games scheduled. American League Boston c, Washington 0. New York 10, Philadelphia 7. Only games scheduled. National I.caguo St. Louis 2, Chicago I. Boston 8, Brooklyn 0. New York 1, Philadelphia 0. Pittsburgh 9, Cincinnati 2. Northeast Arkansas I,(ague Open date. BLYTOEVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS exan Beats Rush in Wrcslling Mulch; Tassos Kayoes Lobbcy BY .1. I'. I'KIKXI) Rex crcx I .Mobley, Amnrllln, Terns, mill Tonimlc.Tnssos, Clil- ftzo, 111., came through with Hy- lni( colon; on Promoter Mike Mer- cncy's first mixed iiflik'llc program, hi si iilglit :it the Aim-rlcim Lcplon Howl. The giant Texan pinned "Wild Bill" Rush. Nnslivlllc, 'JVnn, lor the fccciul and third lulls, lifter pphiK (he llrst, while- Tassos scored n four round knockout oWr llonicy Lolilwy. Niagara Hills. X M Y.J In n scheduled ten round ifi'dae" lout wllli the ijlovc.s on. P \M>\,-y Makes Taekli- 'Mobley took ;i terrlHc lacltiu from Hush Vefote ili'featlni; tin"Wild" one. The Nnshvllli! entry battered Tex with Ills lists, foir- nrms nnil well directed kicks j wlille Mohlcy wns on the Hum-. But H.S wns tlie case last week his wild Indies wllli tin- reler.-c led Indirectly to his downfall. 'I'liroui'tioul the match Imd ">tit|]>mil to pull Moblcy's hair (because he Is told the official bnired it), and porml MoWcy's wind pipe. In dcflnnce to the referee. Often Mike would liuve to break them to free Hex. Shortly 'tirk-r the stiirt for (he third fall Hush rushed Mike and (hey went lo tlie mat. Mobley wns Imlfwny through the ropes Irylni; to recover from having the (oi) rcpe drawn nunlnst tils neck, Hush and Mike were having a .swell (lint! battering each oilier. Finally Hush not to his reel and began ruhblt pinichini: :he referee. Moblcy made n lly- iiiK tackle over Mike. ' ktiockinf "Wild mil" :toose. Di-foil: ii? :out(l recover he was flat on his :mek and down. Mobley was forced lo hold him for several 'sec- cwls before (he referee coi'ld shake the cobwebs oil his brain and award (he fall. Itusli Sings niolilcy Hush .slugged and beat Mobley down for the first full In thhly- slx minutes. Hex tried very little oi the recall Indies, but he was forced to resort to body punches lo cornier Ills opponent. After knocking Mobley to the Ilrar Rush kicked him In the side several' times. Mobley, a skilled wrestler, flln- ued Rush In fifteen minutes to even Hie score. Just how lie did It no one, Including the referee was really able to say. a U sii had a crab hold ami was benrliiK dcwn. The'third irmn, ns is hi" policy to protect his wrestlers ns nuteli ns iwsslWc, asked If hi- wnntcd (o surrender rather tlun lake a chance on possible | Ml: k injrry. In reply fo the negative he (limed. As he laUr explained lo the crowd, "one minute Mobley was on the bottom and Rush on top; Hie next thing I kniiiv Hie situation was reversed. Just how he did a I don't know 1 ' Anyway he flopped Hush over nml lie was well down, mid a clever job 11 was. Ta.ssos Kayoes I.uliltcy After leading by n country mile, llnrney l-cbbry wax n IHtU- slniv in coming out of his corner In the fourth cnnto, niul was knocked down and out before he hardly knew what had happened. Tnsr.os rushed madly across the ring ns (he 'hell sounded. As I.oljLcy turned Tommie cani;ht him Hush on. Ihe chin wllli a left. He followed wllli a right and I.oblicy's head was the nrsl thing lo contact the floor. For the first Ihrce .rounds the New Yorker had Ihtngs pretly much his own way. In the second rornd he knocked Tnssos to the canvas twice In succession and seemed to hiivi! him In a preily bad slnlc when Ihe bell .sounded wllh him sitting up in the middle of' the rlr..j. Barney had ECOIYC! often with a llc,htn!ii|; left and apparenlly svas on his way lo a well earned victory when Ihe "accident" Impelled. Mike Meroncy outdated In all the evening's activities, and Oscar Alexander recorded (he tlnii 1 . Today's Games Southern League Mcmp'nls at Atlanta. Little Rock at Nashville: Chatlanooga at New Orleans, llirmlnglmm at Knoxvllle. National League Cincinnati at Chicago. Pittsburgh at St. Louis. Drooklyn at New York. Boston at Philadelphia. American League Chicago at Detroit. New York at Boston. St. Louis at Cleveland. Philadelphia tit. Washington. Northciisl Arkiinsus League Osceoln at Pnrugould. West Plains at Newiwrt. iloni'sb'oro at Hntcsvlllc. WELDING KLKCTItTC Jb ACKTVLIiNK rnoMi-T SERVICE REASONABLE 1'IUCES BarksrJale Mfg. Co. Chcalham, ib 3 Terry, ss [[ 2 0 0 0 0 0 I 331 0 0 Ganske. cf .. Johns, 3b J. Burns, rf-p Hires, c Saliba, p .... zBcvill, rf Totals _ „ zBatfed for Saliba in.fifth. •Score by innings: ,30000 Famous Store Ark-Mo. Power 000 000 Summary: Krors — Crawford Puckett, Johns. Runs batted in- Wall (4>, Belong (2). Earned runs Famous 6. Home runs—Belong Wall. Base on balls—off Holland Rolls'em Western Style WENDELL HUTCHINSON sore qualifies as an expert roll-your-own cigarctle smoker. Hntch spins a trim "makin's" cigarette one-handed. His time: 7 seconds. And he gets 70 mild, tasty cigarettes from every 2-oz. tin of P. A. "The way to roll 'em like an j expert i3 to use the expert's'maktn's' 412 0—7 | —Prince Albert," he says. "Brother, <X>» O-o don't hesitate about taking up the Prince Albcrtno-nskoffer." Here itis: Roll rourselt 30 twt || clr«r«l(,, from Prince Alb«rl. It you ioti'l find Iktm Ike 0112 0001 ..00000 . 26 0 4 21 9 Before You Bay Any Outboard - Sec tho NEPTUNE $45 2 H. P. Single Cyl. (Other Ste to 16 H. p.) 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Pittsburgh .. Cincinnati .. Boston Chicago Brooklyn ... Philadelphia W. L. Pet. 22 '1 CU7 22 12 .011 17 10 .515 17 18 .183 II 18 .185 IO 17 .-18,5 H 22 .380 13 2-1 .351 American League W. L. Pel New York ............ 2 (i II 70'] "oston ............... jj.| H 03 .., IWral l • .............. 20 1C : 5 5S Clevulund ............ 19 )0 r M ChloiBO .............. 17 , r , Kn WnshliiBton .......... 19 lg r ((Ki I'hiladelphia ......... m 2 . 4 2a j at. L'mis ............ jj o« '222 Northeast Arkansas Lt-amio W. I,. I'd West plains ........... n Newport ............... 10 O.«eol:i ................ 10 Joiu-sl;oro .............. 7 Puraisoiild .............. c 10'ille .............. 4 12 Coca Cola Plays j A|)pldmmn; i\n-Wa Takes On Laundry! Tlir- len((lift li'.-uljiiB Coca Cola i (mill of lln; i/lrl.-i Koftl;u!l Jrjopi xll! chirii will) the? j : ,d: A]>|ile-! i:aiirn More t-lub in ilr- ofjoniiv^ !;:i!ui- of loiil/lit's srjftbnll iloiiMr..- Ix-ailor :it J!a!cy Fidil. In tin- ?:rr/,n:i I.JMIIIC thr- Mn-\V;i ::v:r.r.-";<U<)!i v.lll lukc- on tlie Illy. Ihi'Villc Kfwiui Laundry. 'Jlii- CVn Crjhvi, v.-inrr'1-n uvi-r the Nr-\V:i Clt-anti's and tin- T-atiiKlry in previous c.aiih-^, y. ji] lucLnblv enter tonight's <;:,nic nii mo: f- (him an cw:i lavorite v.'lth spcKlltfl! aitisl from ' K:'iii>'.".{ .shili ii to Inn! ti^iinst, tlie.-n Hliir-libum |>itcm-il sei;s:Ulonall/ here la:;t «'<:?(: and also did in-r Tin- Mii-Wa Cleaners and UK> I.iii 'uiry un; belli rinxioiis to rlimb back lulu MI: uj,, cc>U;;mi ami ma} 1 sluiv,- ™tiic nsw fact's in ai: i-llia-t to finish ahead tunislil. 'tliii first BUIHC is lo stM.rt prrin- ^rMJPS TUESDAY, JIAY 26, 1930 y.tiy HI; & o'clock Pltiying only five Innings In < :i'.-h fami! and plnymi; (hem fas; the jjh'is ' lively actions and a minimum of waliinj; Xu f.r,;i!ctl:h:7 to happen. Japan's Squad for Olympics to Total 180 TOKYO (UPi—The Japan Amateur Athlc-Uc Federation will send iin unusually large delegation or athletes lo the Olympic Game.-; In liiTlin and will participate In 10 eve-no;, it is announced here. The delegation will consist of 60 officers and 1BO athletes as ngaimi El iii'fjci/i's and llil athletes' who iTprc'.cmi'tl Japan in the Barnes ••'.I Antii-lcs in 1<B2. Al;out 70 mi'tntt-rs of the lnc!« and field team and some of the swimmers will start for JJerllu about June 10 and the- others It) i<!nys later. Ill Rhodesia, Africa, during 19.10, ! total deaths caused by lions, elephants, crocodiles, I'jilnos, snakes, domestic cattle, buffaloes, suicide, lightning, and drowning was 'JSQ. ' During the same period, 8000 per[sons were hilled In Lou-Jon by ; motor cars alone. • BUSINESS A: POLITICAL LETTERS A SPECIAl.TV Work neat, cheap fc <|ii!ck Veterans Sers-lcc Work All Kinds Blank Ponns Curtis J. Little Hale Bldg. Now Localcd al 101 North Secon/1 ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU DON EDWAHDS, I'roKictor All n,ak« <„ rebuilt Typewriters, Adding Macnlncj »nd Cal- culators—Repairing—Parts—lllbboni Chop suey. which orl|jinnlcd in (lie United Slales, Is exported lo China in large quantities. Sealtl" Wash., is one of the greatest exporter:; of the commodity. COOLKST SPOT IN TOWN! TONIGHT IS 111 BANK NIGHT! Last wcc-k Mr. It. G. I'artlow of this t'ily was i-altrd for (lie S7">.(M) —He was no! ]:ti.'scir'—M;>u;i!-r HANK DKI'OSIT TONIGHT TODAY ONLY Arftlph ZiAorpr.itrU m HERBERT arshali A ParamounJ Piclur'e with GERTRUDE MICHAEL LIONEL ATWILL ROD LAROCQUE Dirocled by Robert floroy I'.u.iinniint News anil Selerli-d Shnrls —Admission— Matinee—10 & 25c—With Ic Tax Nigbl—10 & :i.ic—With IB Tax . Fri K lilG DAYS U V *«»*•' ^«*&" ^ <£' \V1 G —.\tlinission— lalincc—10 ,V i5c—with l Night—10'«• 33r—With Ic CD accidents—take no chances— buy your (ires on Proo/ of Performance. 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