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: FAGfi EIGHT BI.YTHEVTU.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 1919 Fisticuffs Nearly Overshadow One-Hit Pitching by Jones as Motormen Beat Chevrolet Nine Tempers flared and fists flea- last night hi cily Softball League •ctlon as the Blytheville Motor Company Motoriurn and Hip Sullivaii- Ncson Chevrolet Boys, who have horn .staging a red-hot stroml place battle, let their feelings get away from them and. squared off in a tiitlt- hand-to-hand combat. + . HOW THEY STAND AMKK1CAN . The brief splurge of fisticuffs almost overshadowed the outcome of the'contest and the brilliant pitching of [ireballer Ervvin Jones who allowed the Chevrolet Boys only one hit, a bunt single in the .sev- eiitli. a.s he hurled the Moiomien to a 3-0 victory anci into undisputed control of seronri place. i The fisticuffs came in the seventh innings when Pete Burnhani. manager and shortstop of ihc Chevrolet, nine, crashed into Dale Williams, ^lytheville Motor .vecomibasuman. to break up a double play by sending him sprawling to the ground. The Aiotonnen players took olfetiM 1 to Burnham'.s action anci in a few second the field was flooded wjtb play* ers and spectators. c After a blow or two was traded among the player.-, the innpire.s corralled the situation and play was resumed. A few .seconds before the rhubarb, Burnham had reached first on Sullivan-Nelson's only hit, of the t;;une when tie laid down a perfect bunt and beat the throw to first. He WPS thrown out at second on Sonny tx 1 "!- betier's fielders choice on the play Hint started the trouble. Jones Kant II Jones had a perfect game working until Burnham's bunt single which came with one out in the bottom I half of the seventh. As it was he faced only '22 baiters, one over the minimum for a seven inning contest. Of the 22 batters he tared, hx fanned 14 and allowed only one ball to be hit out of the infield. Jack Whittle, who worked all the way for Sullivan-Nelson, also turned In a masterful performance, allowing only three, hits, all singles, tint errors hurt his cause. He struck Jtic seven. Another well-pitched, one-hit performance was turned in in last night's first game when Tom Ivey returned to the mound to hurl the Phillips Motor Company Fordmen to a 6-2 victory over the Blythevillc Jaycees. Ivey gave up but one hit. a single by Jaycee Ralph Patton. to allow nil team to retain a third-place tie »'ith Sullivan-Nelson. The Foidmen whncked away at, Jaycee hi trier Harvey Dorr is for a total of six hits and took advantage of numerous errors to mats every hit pood lor a run. Billy Wix- KOII and Bob Mullen paced the Fovd- nien at the plate with two hits each. Box Scores: Phillips Motor 6, Jayi-res 2 Jaycecs AK K Patton cf 3 Hall c 3 Lloyd ss 3 K. Dorris p 2 Smith 3b 2 Rawlings ib 1 Crawford 2b 2 Crowe If 2 T. Dorris rf 2 Cotton Pickers' Game is Delayed Memphis Team Asks Rescheduling of Tilt for Tomorrow Totals Phillips Motor Baker 2b Ketchum 3b Wixson .ss Koontz c Dltclos If Mullen cf James Ib Hollcngthworth if . Ivey p Totals 24 6 B'ville Motor 3, Siilliian-Nelsnn Armstrong c 2 1 Williams 2b 3 0 Carson If .... .. 3 l> Dill ss 3 0 Little rr 3 i Cook cf '.3 o Meharg Ib 2 1 Canada 3b 3 0 Jones p 3 o Totals Sullivan-Nelson Williams cf Burnham ss Lt dbetter ;$b Bunch Ib J Whittle rf Hicks c Bay If Lutes 2b ... Winnie p 25 3 Al) R .3 () Tola I.s I/irse.-! Ma.-unit tca.ple ill the Uiiiied iiatcs LS locatcc at Delu.il. Mich. Couch Jame.t Fi.-her. man^ei ol the nlythcville Con mi Pickers, nn- nouiiren this murninx thai the Pirrker.s-Memphis pjith District Lt'iiSiir game .scheduled lor Walker Park thi.s aJtrriifxm has been postponed until tomorrow afternoon on rrrnie.st O f the Memphis team. Coach p 1 ] slier xiici I bat ynine would bo played :tt Walker Park U)- jnorrov.- afiermxm at it o'clock. The Blackburn-Si eveiVi ipam requr.stcd tiiH[ the grime no moved up a day duo lo a con i Lid uitii other American Legion junior game.s in Memphis today. Ma-;K Hay, a righthander who has been u.scd mainly in relief roles, i.s scheduled to make IILS fir.st .start at home for the Pickers Lit tomorrow's contest wnh his twin brother. Mel, working as hi.s battery mate. Muck worked in relict lor the Pickers Sunday corning in in the eighth inning to hurt the lasi two frames. Other teams in the league ate .srhediiJc-d for action thj.s afternoon and toright with one oilier game to be played in the county. OsceoU (o I'lay Marked Tree At OM-Pola tonight. Os (.'coin's Junior Legionnaires will take on the Marked Tire junior nine under the lights ol Hale Field- The game i.s '-et for 8 o'clock. Melvin "Greasy" Hii.skPtt or Tommy Spires probably v/ill be called oil for opening mound duty for Os- ceo]a with phiLliixs expected to work for Marked Tree. This will be the .second meeting of the two leamr thus year and in their first en- conn i or it took O.sceola 11 innings to nose out ol the Poin.sett Cotm- tiaiLs 9-8. Osceola Is also scheduled for a non-league engagement tomorrow night, meeting the Whit.sett Construction Company nine of Memphis at Hale PielcJ in O.sceola, In other league action this afternoon and tonight the Luxora nine v.iJl journey to West. Memphis I'or another try at the West Memphis-Marion entry anci tonight Manila aoes to Ca ra way for a ga me with the Caraway Legion juniors, HatTi.sbui'S plays at Trtiinann in the other league contest. Chicks Trounce Nashville 12-10 in Lone SA Contest By Mir Asstwialcd Press '["he Na.shviiic Vol.s came, in for a mile awakening la.sl night. The Memphis Chicks, tail-end club in the circuit, chased five runs in [fie second inning i>.nd went on lo win, 12 lo 10. '['lie Baltic \va.s the only one .scheduled in (tie Southern Association. All eight teams return to the ha.scllnll wars touiiiht. Nashville tried hard, but [he Chi.-ks Ji«d too much oT a load. Rob Boi koiv.ski. Vol lefMielnci. blji.>teci a three-mil homer in the la.st o! the ninth Babe n;ima. Sulphur Dell riplit- [ieirler. clouted hi.s Ufilh homer of the season in the .second inning. Thr-v<ils now hold a two puinc Lead ovrf the sec<:nt1-])lace Uarull.s r>f Rlnilhiyhan.. Atlanta has ttin'd : place by a fevy iicrcenta^e paints. WKile Creed William Tyler Pace. :< cleik of t:ie U. S. House of IU|!iesema- tne--. \vrolc 'The Alllericiin's Crird" ,n 1917 and it was accepted by the n,, n , e „„ behalf of the American people (j:l A])rll '1, 1518. Kf\v York , Philadelphia Cleveland . Detroit . nu.sion , Washington ChicnKo , Si. Louis ... W L Pc't. -18 20 .649 44 :!0 .505 11 31 .569 :i» 36 .WO .500 .451 :IO 45 .400 23 SO .315 . .'Hi M . 32 39 NATIONAL Brooklyn . St. l/»ils .. Philadelphia Boston Ne;s- York . Pittsburgh . Cincinnati Chicago . L Pet .003 .589 .539 •ili .500 31 40 29 11 .414 28 46 .378 W 44 .") 43 10 41 IT 40 i-j 36 36 SOUT'IKKN I.KACillK W L •I!) 30 46 31 40 35 36 Nashville Birmingham . ... Al lanta Mobile 40 New Oj leans 4T Little Hoik 36 ChatlLinouya 31 Memphis 27 Pet. .620 .M7 .533 .526 .506 .-171 .:m .360 Yesterday's Results NATIONAL i,i:AG(!F St. I/)uis 2, Chit-at'o 1 MO iiuhri^sJ Philatlelphin 7. Brooklyn 2 , night) Oniv "amcs tit-licdiik-d. AM Kim. 1 AN I.F:,U;I:K Boston 4. New York 2. Cleveland A, Ocli-oit l. St. Louis 9. Chicago 5. Only sanies scheduled. SOUTHERN i.KAGUK Memphis 12. Nashville 10. Only game scheduled. today's Games NATIONAL I,t:ACItK Hrooklyn nt Boston 'nishti. Philarielphia at New Voi'k iniyhtl St. U)ui.s al Pitlsbureh inigliti. Ciiicayo at Cincinnati. AMKKICAN I.K.AC I'K New York nt Philadelphia. Cle\'olai;d al Chicago. Detroit at St. Louis. Boston at Washington. • All night games!. SOUTHERN I.KAGUK 'All niRhi "iimesj. Memphis at Nashville. Little Rock at Chattanooga. Atlanta at Mobile. Birmingham at New Orleans. .ANIKR KKTIIKNH— Max Lamer. St. Louis Cardinals pitcher who jumped to the Mexican Lfla B uc in 1C14C. strides from the du s nut at Wriglcy Field. Chicago, to pilch his first game in the National Ijrauuc since his return when the ban was lifted. Lanier's first appearance was not very effective a.s the Chicago Cubs routed him In the third innin <AP Wlrcphotoi. Sports Roundup by i l-'ullertun. Jr. ng Monday Golf Auction Pools At Tournaments Blasted by USGA I NEW YORK. July 6. iVpi—The I Lf. S. Gotf Association warned to- I da.v that auction pools at champ- i kinship tournaments could open 1 the way for professional gamblers j to take over the sport. i To answer inquiries on the siib- j ject. the USGA sent out a full- piage .statement setting forth its position. The Executive Committee, the USGA said, has adopted a resold- j st lion slating; "this association does Illegal Club Keeps- Li. S. Serqecmt Out Of British Open SANDWICH. England. Jv'ly R. if, — An ugh' looking old golf cluh with a broken nose kept tlic United Slates Army frr -n having a representative in the British Open championship play openine today. : The chil) In question is re-.ponsi- ' blc for Sgt. Charlie Rolar of Canton, Ohio, a professional stationed in Frankfurt. Germany. heiri" sidelined as 06 challengers tee off at the Royal St. George's course in the 72-holc medal play tournament. Charlie brought the club with him from Frankfurt. It was ills favorite putter — a handmade, goo.srnecked type with an aluminum head, Rotnr used it when he ,'l'Oked a re.= peclable 74-70—150 to land among the qualifiers yesterday. Two hours later he had smashed it against the rl"bhnuse wall. Beside him. his nl tractive wife svas in tears. That was just aflcr the R'-'-a] anil Ancient Golf Club of Andrews', tournament spon- EnformccI him he was dis- League Leaders NEW YORK, July 6. (/!>;—En- route home from Wimbledon. Ted Schroeder pa ed just long enough to lijut strongly that he will be back east before the summer ends and to put in a plug for Auslral- la's Krank Serigman. ... That probably means Ted thinks he can break away from business long enough for the Davis Cup challenge round and the national championships this y e a r. . . . Scdgman, says Schroedei', "followed his servo to (lie net for five sets and at the em! urtsn'l even breathing hard, while I fell dead.". Word from Sweden is that Jersey Joe Walcott will fiiiln olie Tand- herg in Stockholm. . . . Couldn't they, please arrange to put that one behind the iron curtain?. Joe Jasin.ski of Toledo, the lOOIh caddie to receive a college scholarship from the Western Golf Association, isn't sure he'll have lime to go out for Ihe golf team at Nolle Dame. Joe uants to study hard enouph lo repay the confi- deuce the \VO.-\ showed in him. Names Is Xame.s Horace Wade, the Monmonth Park publicitor who collects non- 'ivinnina nags atid unusual names for hor.'cs. claims the topper in name.* was an English hor.-e called "here he comes with his eye knocked out.". . . . Horace calls it 'a son al nomenclatural tin can on the tail of an equinc's sell respect." but we figure it must have been oricinated by a two-buck bet- i lor who didn't think he'd ever see his choice coming home first. . . . Another English horse was "al! hear: and no peel." That may have neon !he origin of the terms •hide" or "skinner" for a horse. Dom DiMaggio Shades Brother Joe as Red Sox Clip Yanks 4-2; Cardinals Edge Cubs 2-1 in 10th By Joe Relclilrr Associated Press Sports Writer The youngest of the great DiMaggto clan, Dcin, although enjoying his bc.st year In baseball, has been shoved into the background by tht electrifying comctmck of his big brother Joe. Nearly all fans know that Joe has slammed five hom« runs sine* hi-s return to active competition a week ago. ' + Dam cracked a home run for th Boston Red Sox Sunday vvent practically unnoticed because it so hapt>ened that his brother Joe also slammed a round tripper. It was the other way around last night. It was joe who faded into the background despite his double, single and two walks in four times at bat for the New York Yankees. Billy DeLong. former Blytheville Dom w a"°!'«t a home run and American Legion player, has been i fj' 1|>le a'J<l ^scored two runs^tp lead Delong Signs To Play With Paducah, Ky. Lsi»ned by Pactuca'h. ~Kv basebaii lnc Rptl So * (o " 4 ' 2 triumph of the Class 13 Missouri. Ohio I ovcr " le Yankees. This helped the UP Red Sox snap an eight-game losing Valley League. DeLong joined the club Saturday night but did not appear in a game ..~ streak. Iti addition. Dom made the fieldiiiB play of the game, coming "~ with a brilliant runniriR one- until Monday. In four trips to the U|) witn a brilliant runniiiK one- plate. he drew one walk and cracked ; llandc rt catch of Icariofl baiter Phil — ....... Rizzulo's bid for a triple in the ™L i " ) | P1 '° Ve °'; 8il ' li/crt Ambling ill qual'ified for usine an illegal niii'b tonneclion with the playing of the | The British Golf fathers objected "' . .' ... ! to the implement because if the Ihe iqpA . Wnl ^ r ' c " ni ''»«" of I shaft were extended do™ from -r,,,rt , r- Amntc " r SUU ' S "nrtitnc gooseneck it would hit the .Conduct Committee, ws quoted [ middle of the head instead of the -as sayuif:: i h(1(l] OiBaniwd auction pools at! "I've liccn here riant days" championships would almost cer-i moaned Rotar. "and I've used this jtainlj run into large figures, would (puller every dav. But nobody ever to commercializing the game | said anything tn me about It. Why they wait until I had I lead to commercializing the to a lush degree, and miglit"wrll I did be the means for professional gamblers lo take ovcr and influence players Just a.s they have done In other sports." Auction pools and swccp.stake.s i lone have been popular around tournaments and. while prohibited with the approval of officials. | The Calcutta-type pools i.s the ! most common of these. WK money : affairs where ptovcrs are auctioned < in clubhouse rallies and the pot carved up by those holding the names nf the winners or leaders. i Contestants generally don't parti- ; cipate. qualified and then give me the boot?" The Rotar ouster left onlv three Americans in the chase for the crown vacated by britishcr Henry Cot ion. Big Johnny E!rlla. the Pittsburgh pro is the leading Yank. He carded 69-72-141 in the two- day qualifying round. Two strokes behind him was amateur Frank Slranahan of Tolerin with a Mfi and the third is Willi- Hunter, a Los Auccles pro. \vlio fired a 151. Ji.v Ibf Assm-Kitcd Press National I.easuc Batting Robinson. Brooklyn, 3B2; Scl:oeildien = t. St. Louis .340. Runs-Rrc.se, Brooklyn. 64; Robinson. Brooklyn. 61. Rim.s balled in — Robin.son. Brooklyn. 61: Hiidai*. Brooklyn, all. IVils—Robinson. Brooklyn, ICC; Scnoenciif-n.st, St. lytui.s. 103. Triples—Ennis. Philadelphia and Fltrlllo. Brooklyn. 7. Home runs—Kmer. Pittsbur?h, 21: Gorc.on. New York. 15. Stolen hn.se.s-Rcilnn.son. Brcok- | lyn. 20: Rce.se. Brooklyn, la. . Pitchi.iiT- -Branca. Brooklyn. 102, .833; Roe, Brooklyn. 8-?. .800. Strikeouts — Spahn, Bo-ston. 68; Branca. Brooklyn. 63. American League Batlini..--Kell. Detroit. .353 Di- Masjaio. B.I.-IOII. .3:12. R'ins - Jixist. Philadelphia, 76; \Vil!iam.< Boston. 60. Runs balled in—Williams. B;>.s- ton. 81; Stephens. Baston. 79. Hit.-; — DiMagsjio, Basion. 93; V.'rrt?,. Detroit. !)2. li'ilbles — Majcski. Philadelphia, ^3: K"ll. Detroit. 21. Triples—Mitchell. Cleveland. 11: Vnlo. Philadelphia. 7. H'-.nie runs—Williams and Ste- pti-n.s, Baston, 19. Stolen bsses—Dillingf-r. S;. Louis, S: four players tied with 6. PilJur.'^—Rr-ynolrl.s, New Y<-i'<. 8-1. -E39; Ra.schi. New York. U-2. Si :!keout-s—Trucks, Detioit, 91; nri.s-.ie, Philadelphia, 74. out a double with the bases loaded. ! Pfte Peterson. Parlucah manni;- er. Ihi'n said he thoutjlit the Blylhe: ville boy probably would be hang- While : ins around, signed him lo a contract ! fireworks. j the next day. j Dcrmott. DeLong played shortstop here ' both as a Legion player ami as a • | member of various baseball and j I >oflball teasm about the county. I It is understood ih»t he will plav ! second base while at Paducah. " | He was playing with Number Xine ba.sebaHcrs and the Sullivan- Nelson Softball team just prior to i } leaving Blytheville. i He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. G. | H. DeLoug of Blytheville and was | gtaduaied from Blytheville High i : School. I eighth. iMcDermott Hurls Form Hitter While Dom was supplying the Maurice l Mickey i Mc. 20-year-old southpaw, limited the --Yankees to font- hits to win his third game since joining the Red Sox several iveeks ago. The third place Cleveland Indians advanced to svithin six games of the Yankees, drubbing the Tigers in Detroit. 8-1 Prank Panish mak- -"" One-.Mintlle Spurts Pace Matrhmaker Jolitiny Altel! pre- dic:s the Ray Robinson-Kid Gav- j ilan ficht will ouldraw Charles- jWnlcott and Lainotta-Ccrdan. He hnfl the first 18 rows sold last week at S12.50 per. . . . Gcorffe Strcker. whose brother Ray starred for Army in the 19-12 Arnly-Navv ' football came, has just entered Hie Naval Academy. He isn't considered as cnod a footballer as liis brother, but Ray wasn't highly reeardcci :n his Hazelton. Pa., high sr-horil days either, nlthonch he played on i he state championship basketball team. . . . Latest checkup shnvv.s the Yankees have stlf- i fered 39 assorted injuries and still le.-ir! the lori^ne. Mnybi? they should buy oid "Aches atid Pains" AiipHjig so they'd never lo.se a panic. seven-hitter. I The St. Louis Browns came up ! with six runs in the seventh in| ning lo defeat the Chicago White I Sox, 9-5. Paul Lehner singled with the bases loaded to drive choice; cows uneven; mostly fully ! runs, and when catcher Joe Tipto|S ; steady: bulls 50 ccnus higher; veal- I let the throw home get away from T : ers unchanged; few lots high good him, then threw wild to' third, i auri choice light weight steers 25.50- t everybody scored, i 26.50: few common lots 19.00-26.50; j Tile second place SI Louis Carrt- few common lots 19.00-20.25; high j inals cut Broo'kh".,, NaUonal Le,- goori and choice heifers and mixed gue lead to one' game by winning Livestock Yesterday's Sports in Brief By the Assneialert Press B-ixinj- .\ew York By. zard Charles .is:reetl to cle.'end his NBA heavyweight championship asaill.sf Gus LrMievich al Yankee Stadium Au» I0 - - i Baseball [ New York—The Giant.s aimouue- ! l- d the purchase of oufielder. Mi.nlc Irvin and infielder Henry, Miompson from Jersey City—the ! tn.st Neiuo players 10 ai>pear on thej club's roster. | N'cw York Danny Oardclla's ' s:rao.OOO -uit asani.st baseball was i:uen priority and placed on federal i<mrt'.s Nove.mbor calendar. RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. ' NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. 111.. ->') 'USDAi Hoes 9700; mostly 25 i 10 50 (Puts lower except barrows ' and gilts over '!40 Ibs which highly spotted with extreme LflO-1.50 tinder Tuesday: bulk tmod and choice 1SO-230 Ibs 21.25-50: top 21.50: popular price 21 2:>: K-.0-170 Ibs 20.2521.00; 103-130 Ibs !S.OO-19.:iO: heavy ' li'jl.s .-. afi't-: frw ;..i.s 27U-325 Ibs t lS.50-20.no: most ?ows 4M !bs clown lfi.00-17.25; heavier weights 12.001525. Cattle 2500: calves 1500; steers slow; few early sales about, steady: • heifers and light yeavlinss active: ; fully steady; some, stress on few yearlings 2.v25-2.50; latter for load choice heifers; part load mixed year- Hugs 27.00; mast common and medium beef cows 1550-n.OO; few coed 1750-1850: canners and cutters 11.50-15.00. 10 innings. 2-1. from Chicago while the Philadelphia Phils whipped Ihe Dodgers, 7-2. Ken Heintzleman, veteran Philly southpaw, allowed seven hits in racking up his 10th victory and his fourth straight oyer the Dodgers. I'nilei] .Vatkm's Via? The U\ Hag design was adopted Oct. 7. 1!I47. It is a white UN emblem -global map projected from the north pole and embiaced in r*in olive branches' centered ou :ecr;uigular blue banner. NEW & Thursday "Son of Billy the Kid" with Lash LliTIuc News \ Carttjnn BIG BROTHER—Perhaps Ihe world's rattest house cat is Clans, pictured in his San Francisco home with Spotly (background >' his normal-sized sister. 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