The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 28, 1936 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX • Druggists Shut Out Applc- baumers; Lions Their First Game Win The Slandines W. U Pet. .C07 .G07 .400 .333 ,143 .000 Famous Store 5 | ,333 • Robinson Drue 5 i 533 ' Pastime Billiard 4 2 , Ark-Mo Power 4 2 R. D. Hughes 2 3 ' McMullln's 2 4 Lion's Club .'.'.'.]'. 1 G East Arkansas .... rj 5 Robinson..Drug, its own.winning streak smashed by 'Pastime Billiard Parlor Monday, 'onltal the 1 -winning .ot Joe-Applebnum's romoiu-store in a Commercial Softball League game at Haley Field last night. The ; Robinson triumph and Famous' loss ,put the two teams on even terms t again at the head of the league ^Thc score was 5 to 0. • In another game I'nc Lions club ;broke into the win column for Hi; •.first time this year by bellln? tr- EilSb * ~" ----- ------ ,..., „, „,..„„,, ,,„. , Arkansas Builders Simnli- . V, 1 -™!; ? rsl bnscm11 ". I" y, 10 lo 5. The lass left II.. , Ie n ° W for Robinson. imn .company, 10 lo 5. The lass left II. '• ---- : -------------- ' Builders still without a win th,ts year. The Robinson victory was a pcr- £onal triumph for Marshall Black- nrd, the lanky fornifr malinger of the Famous team. lilnckard, who has been playing in Die outfield for Robinson most of the lime this year, was given I'nc starting assignment by Manager Dick Potter and he cnmc through In grand style. Blnckard llmlled tlic heavy hitting FYniioiis club to four hlLs mid also figured In his team's scoring. . John Holland limited Robinson to six Jills and should have fared better im fnr .is the number of rtin.< scored against him. The game \vns considerably closer than thc score Indicates. Not n run was scored until the fifth Ih- nhig when njnckard'.s sJmrj) /single past Ciilrd drove Taylor across the plate with the first run after tin 1 bases had been loaded, due partly to an error. Robinson put the game 1 on Ice In tile sixth when four runs were scored. Potter walked, went lo second o;i n bflrt tliTOKMtiKt when Rodery hit to Crawford the laltcr's wild throw, allowed Potter lo score WiuringloiV wiilkcd and Johnson singled.. Rodery went In home on Brandon's grounder to l/xkc who Wall. Famous catcher, missed U: throw In iii'id warrlugton also scan pered iiome. Johnson scored o Taylor's long fly. "Rooster" Warrlngton, hnndlii six chances without an error, ai Johnson, flrst baseman, nlavw! «•<• mound debut (or East Arkansas was. lilt 'opportunely by the Mons, Three home runs, by Cloar. Whittle and Roberts, figured largely In tile Lions' scoring, Uo of thc blows coming with men on base. Smbthcrntah, I Jon hurler, hit for lilmself and Manager Whllworlh got n couple of sale blows. B. Fisher, Uoti oiilfleldcr, made & fine running calch and Ufchop fielded well. The box scores: First fjaino Famous Store ABRllPOA Locke, 3b 3 01 0 3 Crawford, ss i o 0 0 B. Allies, rf .,,, SAridcrson, lb .. Wall, c Alexander, sf-lb 3 3 3 1 2 J.'sf 1 R. Lilies, U 2 Hums, cf 3 Holland, p 3 JgjYTHEVILLg. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Northeast Arkansas Bas hall Has Extended ' vita I ion e- THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1936 CA!UJTHEnSVIl,LE, Mo — Or ganlzatlon of a.baseball tea',,, >,„,.„ 0 0 2 0 lo enter Hie Northeast Arlmnsa, 01 Southeast Missouri lep B11(! !»„„£!,. 0 ronsl.eleimioj) by sportsmen of ihU 0030 Caruthorsvllle IMS been Invited 0 0 0 0 0 I • Total.? 25 0 •* 18 S <o enter U,e league for u £ J, 1 half, wlik'h begins July 4 !u, (1 , . . .. the present j>lnn 1.5 fo arrange Co 0 0 0 0 | Piny niglii games here, | n order 10 offset comijclltlon of Sunday ne- gro mid county lcn K , le gnnjes, .- ., ................. <•" u T 10 .jit>." ,,,,u ijuunty league L'llllif"; Robinson Drug All R HPO A and weekday Games at, Porlnw Ctmv " •> " " ' ' I' S 0 , , in the Kitty league Dave Pillow, llaytl, manager of he Campbell Chicks, well known llufore You liny Any Out hoard 7 See I he NEPTUNE 2 II. )>. <n j r Slnjle Cyl. V^J (Oilier Stzes to 10 H. p.) HUI!IUm> TIRK & 1MTTEHY CO. Burns mul Alexander turned '( -some good catches In UK., /jrfd fo Roush's bad throw was t'ae oni Robinson error, only one Fumou batter rcnclied third durlin, tile en I lire game. ; I Frank Wliltworth's proteges' ivoi over Bilbo Gilbert's charges In con Jvlnciiijf fnsiiton. James ••Sunrise | Smohieriimn. making his first star I 01 llie season on th c mound, hurl '^^!!.. fo r.. lh «."'»«'• On the:oil, for Real Comfort and ECONOMY buy FRIENDLY Flffe '.M i»t» • • • '• .••• 1 .i;,^.'. • A'Star J| ^2 Value 2 , ..... ™rr, -cf '....• • 4 filbert, lb, .,....." 4 audle,.rf ........ 3 Logan,, rf ...'".'.I'.'.'.' o 'ohnson, If -.:.... 3 ''"o. Smothcrjnnn;. c-2 '. Fisher, p',.,..;... \. :A iiew-vcntilatctl last nl' washable calf . . . solid TOiiifprt for hot wcnllior . . '.. sound valiic for anv lime. -: Sizes C lo 11 : • Willlis A.lo 1) ' -WHITE -GIIKV' -ll'I-AOK ;', •• : v; • ! -TAN JIEDEL'S It/s Time . . . • for thai new SWIM SUIT -and here's a great assortment of all that is new in svrimmins attires. Beach s li P1 , m am , caps> loo . Men's Wilson Bros. Trunks Ladies' B. V. D. Sims l« $4.95 $1.85 up R.D.HUGHES&CO. ss ...1 3001 ISJacknrd. p i o 2 o Potter, sf 2 1 0 4 lj«lcry, <jf '.'. 3 j o 1 o'iMsctall personality throughout Warrlngton, 3b 2 , i 2 4 Southeast, Missouri and Kern 1 | 8 01 Arkansas, has been contacted bv 0010 various ones Interested, and is 1 1 o ojiiow preparing data concerning 0 0 1 11 cost of InsliHling ii e ) lts , salaries 0 1 3 o.jelc., to present before a Joint . i session of committees reurrcpm ,™ al . s '•••••• 2« 5 « 21 8 i»S the American Legion, the'io- rf-'oro by Inning lary club, and the Buslnks M!-,?, Johnson, lb I. If 3 . . IT 3 Roush, 2b 3 Droks, c 2 Kimlhmi W. I AtlaHlii 32 ^ xNashvillc 25 11 xl.lltlc Rock. ....21 17 lllrminghain '...'.21 22 Chattanooga IB on New Orleans ' 13 29 Memphis 14 2 ? KnoKVlllc .12 30 .\--Nlglil game. National Lcagiii! W Ij New York 24 )2 St. Louis , '.24 12 Pittsburgh Cincinnati Chicago ,... IJO.HtOll riiiladelphla Urooklyii .. 18 18 ,.18 19 ••••• .'.17 18 ....n 20 >.. 15 24 14 24 Famous Slorc noo 000 0-0 'KOblnson Drug .... 000 014 x—5 Summary: Errors—Crawford De- .OU',', Wall (3), Roiish. nuns bat- ic<l In—BtSckard, noJery, Bro;don <2), Taylor. Earned runs—Robinson 1. Two base lilt—nurns. liase on balls-Holland 4; Hhckard 1. Strikeouts—Dlackard 3. Umpire.s- Browning ami 7, Lions Club Clear. 2b '... Hunt, rf .... Whittle,'cf Whltworlh, lb Burnlinin,. ss Hardln. 3b .'.. Roberls, c . Second fin me AQ R HI'OA . 3 1 •i 1 •1 0 Jas. SmoUiermaii'.'n 4 B. Fisher, If 5 I 5 i r 1 o 2 4 0 2 1 1 1 1 0 ...3 1 0 2 Totals .\.;,. iist Arknii'sa's Wilson, sf '/.',', 3re. 2b .'." '.34 ro iq : 2i' 13 ' ' 1' 2 7 4 '0 •I 0. .1 | : 4 ' 0 • i' 3 •1 . 1 ; 1 2 r o' 2 , association. At that meeting, expected to he held within thc next, week or .so Die 'organization plan win be dis' cussed In detail and definite actio JiL B , tn , kc "- u wl " cost * 15M < $1800 to install the lights, which according to the present plan will he creeled In Legion Park here The Northeast Arkansas league as now constituted consists of Os- ceoln, Paragould, Jonesboro, Ncv 1 |:ort and Balesvllle, In Arkansas and West plains, in Missouri' To Confer On Soft Ball Meet And Soap Box Derby Early Maxwell, sports promotion director for the Memphis Commcr- eW Appeal, is to confer with officials of -the Commercial Softball League here this afternoon regard- n g iwssiblo participation of a Blv- 0 0 2 0 2 C 100 o 0-0 . ...... by Innings; 35. 5' O'21'll Lions Club .., 103 230 !—io nst .Arkansas-.;.. 001 • 400 0—'5 faimimary: Errors _ Whltworlh iminain. HnrtMn, Koberls, Moon' Iayes.(3), Gilbert. Runs 'batted ih -Cloar. (2). \vhlttle- (2),> Hardin »^rts <3), wrigi.t, wi4i, j 0 j;;l: Jno. Sinolliorman,; Earnwl runs ons club 0; Eiisl- 'Arkansas i . ; on.. balls-Smpthernian 3- Isliar, . 0 .. strikcouts-PLsher \- rez".. 1 -^-**" 111 * Newport Shut Out by Mis- sou rians; Osceola, Loses To Paragould Club West Plains took thc undisputed ead In the Northeast Arkansas 'tigiie again ye.slerday, defeating ewport. 8 (o o, at Newport At Paragould the Osceola In- laiis fell before the Pamgould ebek. 4 to 2. with Chuck Cooper mltmg the Indians to eight hits, he victory gave Ihe Rebels a; eries triumph for the flrSt lime sis season. Batesvllle defeated Jonesboro, 3 1 I. in a hurling duel nt Batcs- ille. Harlcy was the winning Ucher, bcsllng Bnmner. Today's Games Southern League New Orleans nt Memphis. Birmingham nt Little 'Rock. American League M ... ' W. L. Pet New York 27 12 C02 lioslon , 25 15 Oe trolt 22 17 Cleveland tit 20 17 Chicago /,- i... "18 n Washington .. 20 19 Philadelphia .........".'[10 25 St, Louis ......^....... s 20 Northtnsl Arkansas I.eaeue ' - W L Prt West Plains i 2 'y Newport .'... '.."..it 7 Osceolii '.'.'.'.'.w 8 Paragould .;.. .8 10 Jonesboro Batesvllle lenm In (he Softball tournament lo be sponsored in Mcm- Maxwcll also plans lo discuss thc olclng of a Soap Box Derby elitu- natloi) race here with Ton, A. Little, of Ihc Tom A. Little Chevrolet company. .The elimination would provide winners who'would participate , in file,Memphis Derby clim inatlon, the iviiuicr of which win o to' the 'national Derby as a partlci Baseball Results Southern' League Atlanta 7, Memphis 5. Birmingham 5, Knoxvllle 2 Chattanooga nt New Orleans mill. ' • Little Dock at Nashville 'nl»ht ;nmc. ' ° National League New Yovk 5, Brooklyn.4 (12 inn- IIBS). . .... Pittsburgh. 11. St., Louis 2 ' ' Cincinnati 5, Chicago 3 i: '. , ', Philadelphia 5. Boston 2. - ' American I.eagiie'-- Detrolt 3, Chicago 2. Cleveland 12, St. Louis 2 New York »; Boston 8 <11 Innings). ' •: Philadelphia at Washington ram. ' .CGI .011 .444 .389 ,333 Soldiers Join Class To Study Tap Dancing .-,, . .* *,.iu* i UWtUJLLS O Bliss traded their brogans for dancing shoes" when the Army Y n ii g(!n a ll >P-rti>ncin ? class Ballrooln dancing, fccrultln. of- C?rs ciTmiin^/«rt,i . .,,, . °. " announced, „,„ oc slv( , those who dcse'rve it" Dances ai liold in the gym,twice n month. Nortlicasi. Ark;iusa.< Ic.Tire West p| tt in s 1(l osccola " t'aragoukl at Batesville ' Newport at Jonesboro National League Cincinnati at Chicago. Pittsburgh at St. Louis. Boston at New York. : Brooklyn at Phlladelplxla. American Prague Chicago at Detroit. New York at Boston. St. Louis at Cleveland. Philadelphia at Washington. 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