The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 27, 1936 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

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:PAGE EIGHT BLYTHEVILLB, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 1938 Coca Colas Knocked from Undisputed Perch by Applebaum Slore Standings Team Coca Cola ,, BIj'tlieviHc Laundry ... Jack Applebnmn Nu-~Wa Cleaners w. L. ret 2 1 .601 2 1 .CC1 2 1 0 3 .CGI .000 Soullifrn fugue W, L. Pet Atlanta 31 8 .195 Ntvilivlllc 25 16 ,010 Little Hock 20 17 .541 Birmingham 2022 .416 Chattanooga New Orleans Memphis ... Knoxvllle ... ,18 20 ,474 .18 20 ,414 .14 10 .12 29 League Leaders Battle Team They've Never Been Able to Beat Uy J. r. F1UUN1) For n third siica'tislve game Joe The Coca coins suffered their first defeat In qirls sollrxill league play last night in the opening game of a' doublcheader at Haley Field. The "eokes" fell before Jack .Applebaunj's stove, 18 to 4, while the Blythe~vi!!e steam laundry de leated Nu-Wa cleaners, 22 to 12. The Coca Cola loss to Applebamn , and the Laundry's win threw the three wans Into n deadlock for t'jie lop, each with f.vo victories unJ o'en defeat. The Nu-Wa Cleaners are safely perched on the bottom with three losses. • Gussic Blackburn, Appletmim 1 , 1 : speed toll ace, again v.-as the star. She limited t'ne Coca Colas to two lilts niiil struck out seven. Her Vlldness contributed to Coca Cola scoring, however, sis getting on base via walks. Whittle wenf part of the route for the Coca Colas and took the brunt of the defeat, 10 runs bein$ scored by the Applebmnners hi a merry-go-round first inning. It was nn unbeatable process by whlcii the Applebaumers scored In the first Inning until the Coca Colas got wise to the process. Every time a runner reached third and another got on first (lie first base coach would send 'nLs charge down to second, drawing a belated throw and allowing the third base runner to score before the ball could be returned to home pltite. Finally (he Coco Colas got tired of throwing the ball to second and thereby worked out to considerable extent the problem I'nat so u|>sct the Coca Colas In the big first Inning. Pitcher Blackburn came through \vllh a home run early In Hie game. Wilson relieved M. Whittle on the mound for t'ne Coca Colas after most of the damage had been <ione Tlie Laundry had an even easier time disposing of the Nn-Wii team. Erery player on the club scored one or more runs and 10 errors by the Nu-Wa club didn't handicap the Laundry by any means. Each team B ol 13 'hits, with Smll h and E. Whittle of the Nii-Wa chili and Georges of the Laundry hitting tor the circuit. First Came National l.caKiie W. L, St. Louis 24 11 New York 23 12 Chicago 17 17 Pittsburgh 11 18 Cincinnati 17 19 Boston 17-19 Brooklyn 14 23 Philadelphia 14 24 Applebauni's iVinioiis store | lion faoes a severe lest as they | march along the Commercial Soft- p , jbnll League tlltc roa<l. Tonight at} ' • Hnlcy Field the Bombers must ills-j Dixie Park Leading In Pemiscot County Loop CATUJTHEflsyiU.E, Mo,, May 27 —Winning their first, scheduled Pemiscot County league game Number Eight, went Into the tup position Sunday when nccrhij; a nd Dixie park lost. Number Sight has played only the one gnme, others being rained out, but by ilia "j>ei-- UC kcll, Godwin and T. ,080 .G!>7 .500 .460 .412 .472 .318 .3t!B American New York ............. 2012 Boston ................. 25 14 Detroit ................. 21 17 W. I,. Pet .C84 .041 .583 Cleveland 18 16 19 11 Washington 20 19 Philadelphia St. Louis .. ,10 25 0 28 .829 ,528 .513 ,280 .243 Northeast Arkansas l.ratur , W. L. !>ct. Newport 11 0 .047 West Plains 1...11 0 .047 Osceola 10 7 .608 Pamgould, 7,10 .412 Jonesboro 7)0 .412 Biitesvlllo 5 12 .294 Baseball Results Southern LfaiEnc Atlanta 9, Nfemphls 4. Birmingham 8, Knoxvllle 2. Little liock 8, Nashville 2. New Orleans 6, Chattanooga 2 might game). Natlnnnl I,ru?ur Chicago 10, Cincinnati 4. New York 7, Brooklyn 3. Philadelphia 7, Boston 2. SI. Louis K-li. Pittsburgh 2-2. American l.rariir Washington 8. Philadelphia 2. St. Louis 8, Cleveland 5. Detroit 12-2, Chicago 9-9. Boston &, New York 4. Northeast Arkansas League Paiiigould 10. Osceola 5. Newport 7, West Plains G. lintesville 1, Joneshovo 4. Jnclc Applelxiiim Sallba, Js 3 Friend, Ib , 4 Grimes, c 3 Leggett, c 1 L. Whittle, If 3 Heinphill. If 1 Morris, 2b 4 Simmons, 3b 4 H. Lutes, sf 3 . R. Lutes, sf 1 E. Whittle, cf 2 C. Lutes, cf 0 . Bevil, rf 3 Blackburn, p 2 AB R if POA 4 2 1 1 1 0 V 2 3 2 2 1 1 2 1 0 1 •2 0 0 1' 3 r 7 1 0 q 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 o c 0 0 oooo 1000 2100 Totals 34 18 15 14 4 Coca Cola Huey. Ib 2 Oldhom, ES if 1 Fisher, cf 3 0 Kinrey, 3b 2 0 Wilson, rf-p 2 Hilburn, sf 2 Widnsr, 2b 2 BlyUie, If 2 E. McOee, c 2 M. Whittle, p 0 1 M. McOee. rf 1 0 AB R HPOA 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 r i i ooo 005 0 r 0 0 0 C Totals 18 4 2 9 Summary: Home run—Blackburn Rims, off M. Whittle i4 in 1 2-3 innings; Wilson 4. Struck out—bj Blackburn 7. Whittle 2. Wilson 2 Bases on balls—off Blackburn Whittle 4. Left on base—Apple baiim 1. Coca Cola 3. Umpires, Taylor, II. Glover. Scorer—Roush. Second Game Nu-Wa Cleaners AB R HPOA Stnkcs Out Baiter Will Bases Loaded Li Ninth; Osceola Loses' • •; i Newport- defentcd West' plain 7 to C at Newport Tuesday to g back Into 11 lie with the Missouri ans for the .lead In .the. Northens Arkansas league. • ' , : f . Mike. .Callnlian ivas the hero a 'he game for Newport fans. Calli? o the niomul in the ninth intilh with the bases loaded he stnic out the final bntlcr - to end til game. •' • Osceola dropped a 10 to 5 decl: ion to Paragould at Paragoul Seven runs In the second Innii allowed the Rebels to coast tl rest of the. way. Collier, who r levcd Gross! In the second, slm ml ten men. Messena was I oslng hurler. . '. • Batesville defeated Jaiwsboro, 7 to 4, at Balesvllle. The White ''ox hit hard while Tucker pitched live hit ball. Campbell was the eslng hurlef. and nines storJc, are tied for second place wltiv .U01, while Colton- v.ood and 8tanley have a. rating of .500, Maplewood .333, and Braggadocio tails the league, having yet failed to break into the win column, with three straight losses. , j Results of last Sunday's games Rums Pace Hitlers; land Bousls Hurling uy .1. P. Three uutjleldere ure tied Hie batting leadership in Salibti, Ark-Mo Power righthander, who 1ms 2.68. Holland nnd Verne filincr, Rciblmon southpaw nee, are the only undefeated regular pitchers, capturing five verdicts, S;ilib;i's record shows four wins : nnd a single reverse. E. Kubiinks, j Mullhr.s recent 'pitching "find" In • 10 2-3 frames has allowed the opposition but 1,31 tamed runs but* has not won ft game. Holland ho* •|0l- Issued but four base or. balls In live games. Rimer was passed 37 butlers and lends in strikeouts, 20, Famous .Store, tied wilh Robinson Drug for the league lead, for Is showing the way In club hit- !, Commercial coidlni; to official (jumps through May James Ace Piicketl, the tlni!, piiminelllni; the pcllctt. for Softball League, lie- .329, hut, are fielding hut .B48. averages fqr Pastime lias shown tlio best de- 13. - I fen.sc wilh .303. East Arkansas Ark-Mo llullclers Supply has shown but .lildcrs Supply, who have not been ile to cras'h Into the win column ils season, will battle H out for o-right to'hold up the league, In e second grune. The league leaders are the only 1C of the clg'nt teams to survive < games without a !t>ss. In order iey' have whipped Pastime nil- ird Parl6r. 5-3; McMullln's Cash roccrs, 7-4; Lion's Club. 20-11; t Arkansas Builders Supply. 0-7; D. Hughes Co., 6-1, and Ark-Mo ower. 7-0. Robinson Drug, until their defeat I the cue artlsU. Blanks to the •werful bat of wUkmgliky Hemp- II <Tlny) Cllover, had disposal of rk-Mo Power. 8-7; Must Arkansas illlders Supply, 12-9; !i. U. Hugh- Co,, 8-2; McMullln's Cash Oro- TS. 4-3. and Lions Club, 10-4. The first game will bring togcth- two of the leading pltc'ners l» i'c loop—John Holland,, rcclhcad- star of Famous slorc, and Verne imer, crack southpaw of the Cow- oys, Holland, with the utcepllon two-thirds of an Inning w'aen e permitted his sponsor-mannser, osepli Apptcbaum. to tal;e the outid against Lions club, hn; urlcd and Avon all six contests. !u- uded are one shutout, a two-hit tine • and 1'nrco-hlt performances Is earned run average to date Is l>7. His control, one of his .strong Joints, has been sui>erb, passing it seven batters. In two games he alkcd none. ' While Rlniei- has been extrcinclj tlngy with his base hits, he '.ms ecu extra generous in the base on alls department. Forty-five hitters 'Hie Cimithersvllle GroVnonntk m ™ iow f01 ' II - »• Hughes, each t-d the lilttlng is revealed In the •". "^^i ii'fuiml mi r IWL JlfM, ,,.„,,!- _ r . i _ . . _. . i u... .. t *inr\ i.Sii...... n.. i_. game. Out of both starts.Hits KO.I- .ton,. the Greyhounds', have- won. i'Ufetk-s In fourteen trips : to the over follows: plate. Hums, Bob Grimes' newest sensation, uud h. Cooler, Mo.', pro- ' Piickelt (A) duct, has found the opposing pitch- Godwin (L) ' ..... n II n »TIII'rTl-rt llllcl ' IKIS rouml v 1L '°l>Posinj,'pitch- Cio<hdn (1.) I U L /I I III L 1 LL'! H ' S '"'' !om lllLs ln scvc ». ir|cs T - Bums " (I n il H I 111 f [rn ;l>illc ' ! J ollli "U Hie Clothleril two I'olter ill) Ui III U, III ML LI LU [weeks ago. 'I'he Lion gardener Bor (P> All R II RBI Pet. H 3 8 1 .511 14 Pre- and Wiltoughby Hcmphlll Glover, B Lilies (F) Pastime pilot, Is In fifth place Gray (M) Marshall (P) Moore (EA) Miniature Trophies seated Team • Members in Place of Letters CAHUTHERSVII.LE, Mo.—Coach Jack tlopke has distributed awards o Carulhersville high school students who won letters on the- •— • 1035-30 athletic teams. Awards are i l "..L 3: 'f'", 1 bascs 22 > repre- iilnlature green gold trophies In- "~ stead of letters, with the Inscription "C. 11. S., 1935," or "C. H. S., " ave received o, (Irsl. !fe fret transportalioi has averages five paced the pill |Mimders for the ill. Cilover (P) iirsl week willi a mark ol .800. I E. Glover li') Two team malingers tall not J, Auplebaum (F far behind the leaders, "Danger-] Whittle (II) ous" Diek Potter,. Robinson mas- Illgdon (M) is clouting n lusty .562, Cuichin (P) William "Heeza" Bear, Fiitnous' star second bascinan Is liittlni! .555, but has not appeared In the last two games. I'otter has just about monopolized the various batting denarl- !n hits with 3 He 3 singles, one double, 3 triples and a pair of home runs; and raws balled In. 11. Recce 193Q." on them. Awards ' were lVlool ' e ' E;lst ' Arkansas); H. Glover, mnde In football for 1D35 and '' ulu ''' ""'I Hlgdon have clouted 1 ' '--• Puckctl's two larshall Black- (F) (H) two crossed rncquets, and iL'iuler, nwanLs were small phcnes, inscribed. Wall Reed Gunske (A) Unrdin (Hi U. Burns (P) Lindsey (EA) , li. Lutes (Fl j,,. | tcrplcco last week against In C. Bunch (H) niMa-i ""'" Ulintt tllc R - D - IIl '8hes' nt- Roberts (L) (tack without, a legal tally put, the. j Maxwell *L> (Ml boys' and girls' basketball, boys' j tlvo lumlo '' s apiece. and girls' tennis, and to two cheer L ' fisl! '''' s arc best - N leaders for 1931S. Tennis awards ""' scol ' cd le " tllncs were miniature tennis balls with I Jolm Holland's pitching nms- Farr IBA) Wrigllt (EA) Saliba (Al Barnes tP) Tayloi- (A) C. Brogdon (A) li.P. Urogdon(R) 15 Kendig (M) 'Those receiving awards were iis H>molis ralllell(i back ' In the] Little follows- • <l''»'«-''"s seat in earned runs among , Harrington (R) Football—Harold Crcccli, Nelson [ l |'^ Creecli, -Bennett Cook, George : trikeouls per contest. He luis iiurl- d one two, a three nnd a pair of our-hlt games, In chalking vip fv "'us and a single reverse. Hi. arued run record stands at 2.75 Iii team record' coihp'arlsons ;ions has ati, edge. They , have racked out 55 lilts for-nil average f .298, and have made those safe- les good for one less run. while ioblnson has hit n little harder heir 42 safe blows have Ircen good or but 44 runs, for .212. mill cm- Tqce 4 <|oiibles, three triples, and our home nuts. Famous' extra lack column t'nows 7 iloubles, 3 -tlpliis" and a pair ol round trlp- :>crs. •,• ••.•."."•; . : . hnrlers. Ills 2.04 runs each I Barker (M) Ills closest rival, Eddio" Hushing (H) Chltmon (EA) I!rooks (Rl C. Devil (L) Marjorle Randolph, Ln- Cook. Cap Oalllan, Ed Oaither, ! Bo lianiplon, Jlersclicl llickcrson, i Oliver. Clint Murphy, Sieve Jvledliiig.'cille Spidcll, Frances Stroiid, Mary James Nickcns, Dwiyht Nlckchs.i Laura Tistadt. Margie Wallace. W. V. Uoblnson, Charles RUlglcy, i Boys' tennis—W. V. Robinson, C. Clifford Rusli, I!. J. Mcrrlck. ! P. Baird. Boys' basketball—Harold Creech,] Girls' tennis — Glenda Corbctt-, Nelson Creech, B. J. Mcrrlck,' Mary Laura Tisladt. I 5wlghl Nickens,. W. V. Robinson,! CJheor leaders—Gallic Cook, Beiyl Diaries Ridulcy, li. Ownby, O. P. Zarecor. •• j Unhtl. , 1 A special award was given to Girls' bnskelhall — Cnliie Cook.'R. W. (Tootle) llaird, a miniature Glenda Corbctt, Thelnia Cprrell, tennis trophy, for Ills outstanding Hetty Cryslcr, Vivian 'Johnson, iiortormance during the 1035 ten-. 4 8 'I 4 7 0 5 a 3 8 U 8 2 2 4 C 2 S 5 8 fi 8 ^ 1 3 li 4 C 1 3 1 3 3 5 1 5 6 1 7 8 3 6 1 2 5 6 1 2 5 7 3 5 4 5 3 2 4 5 3 4 1 3 1 I I 2 4 5 5 5 R 4 0 4 1 4 I 3 5 2 U 4 Southern League 'Memphis at Atlanta. 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Jackson, ss ......... 3 1 2 1 Smith, If ...... ..... 4110 Kickles. 3b .......... 3 1 2 0 M. Iglehart, II) ...... 3 o. 0 G Merrlt, 2b .......... 3 0 o 1 C. Whittle, c ........ 3 2" T> 3 Chapman, ct ........ 3 i Stanley £f .......... 3 i 2 0 Sniar'l panel bad sport i model THE PAI.iUKOU) Northeast Arkansas le Jonesboro al Balesvllle. West Plains al Newport. Osceola at paragonid. Hargett, rf ......... 2 Laster. p ........... 3 3 1 2 2 Totals ........... 30 12 13 12 4 Bly. Laundry AB R Jl PO A E. Georges, 3b ....... 4 2 2 5 0 Northern, el ....... 4 Ervln, sf ........... 4 P. Russell, ss ....... 3 Thompson, if ........ 4 3 2 D. Russell, 3b ...... 4 2 1 Light, 2b ........... 2 1 0 StanfieM, p ........ 2 1 1 Pasley, rf ......... . < 2 McDaniel. c ........ o 2 A. Georges, p-2b ____ 3 2 2 2 1 2 2 3 2 WHEN NATURE'S AIR CONDITIONING GOES HAYWIRE get comfortable and sweet-tempered with a long, frosty concoction made from R O N R I C O Totals 34 22 13 13 3 Summary: Home runs—Smith, E. Whittle. A. 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