The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 19, 1930 · Page 4
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PAGE EIGHT VKK.) • TUKSDAY. AUtJUST li). KWfl Shamrock V Comes In Quest of Famous Cup il Headline Bout -One Sklec Affair; Preliminaries Besl Part of Monday Card. HE alleged pun- iliMic record ef one Eddie Glick ivus under serious siLsplclon today aflcr (he arsuvhi 1 c s i. Louis and Buffalo. N. Y. punching tag succumbed to the two fisted altack of I.eRoy Doiiyan, local bantam, in four rounds at llr: main street athletic arena last night. At ihe slart and before Ihe writer forgels it. lets give due credit to Glick for absorbing some heavy punishment before laking ihe counl. Bui after lhal is done- well it looks like Click bin owed somebody else' reputation and stepped, oulsidrr of some amateur gym for a debut In Hie professional ranks or was ready to drop back into Ihe amateur ranks after a dfcaslrous sojourn with the boys who fight for money. In either event a bad condition in which lo lacklc Mr. Dpugan. Dougan appeared In fine fettle although the report was out before the fight started that the local fighter was suffering from a I blistered toe and the rank showing of Glick was o big disappointment lo the fans win expected to witness a boy who would force the Fiehtin' Irishman lo the limit. Among the victories claimed by . Ihe' nwkonl Glick wns a knockout of a well known fighter who It was claimed went 10 rounds wilh the demon Kitl Chocolate. As some fan remarked last night ihe fact thai Click's knockoul victim stayed ten rounds wilh Chocolate explained whv he could be knocked out by anybody. Verily the package handed Blvlhcville fans by George Wilsmnn, the St. Louis Tight manager, last nlRht failed to help the fight came here by several socks and blocks. Lc-ls do belter next lime George. Pilow for Blow The preliminaries provided the color and fight of last night's card wilh the semi-windup between Otto Youns. local negro, and the veteran Leo Patterson, dusky llght- wei9hl of St. Louis giving the fans some walloping acliin. Each fighter scored a knockdown in llic first, round with Otto gelling over the first walloo lo send Patterson to the fkrr badly dazed. Patterson aro<e shakv at the count of nine and fell into an embrace lhal puzzled Young for a few seconds. Suddenly Palcerson whipped an uppercut as Younc uent over in a clinch and the Blylhcvllle negro fell over backwards at full length. Tie barely reached his feel at the nine crup.t and in some manner managed to slagfrcr through the round without further damage. Patterson began to slow up in the second round as Ihe younger negro realizing his chance kept on Ihe move and . slammed Pattersin's body soundly in the clinches. The end came suddenly in the ihird round after Young, the stronger of the two. had been gradually wear- Ing the St. Louis darky down in j Manila News Notes Mr. and Nfrs. Basil Daughorty [accompanied Mrs. Glennle Daugh- erly lo Memphis Saturday where' she went (o meet her husband who has been working In Wichita Falls j Texas. They will spend several [days here visiting Mr. Daueherty's j parents, Mr. ami Mrs. J. w. i nuiiuherty. Mr. and Mis. C. T. Key and children,' EllrabPlh and Tom. and Ellis McWhlrlr-r of Guidon, Ark., 'i'cre guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. McWhlrlcr and Marilui Matthews I Friday. ; Mrs. Jcwill Molliis went lo Sleele, ;Mo., Sunday where she will visit ! friends. Mrs. J. W. Kennedy and son, Wyinnn, of Birmingham, Ala., were trcdtm'enT several days/ His family will remain here until he returns. Rev. Worren of Monelte vlsllcd Iilends here Saturday. Mrs. Driver Grove Mrs. Georgia .Swain anrt Pearl Fosicr spent o part of last week in Gobiiell. A revival meeting was sinned at the Driver Grove school last, Thursday night. Rev. Springer Is conducting the services. '' Mr. and Mrs. Bill Robertson were Ihe guesls of Mr. and Mrs. Charley Springer Thursday. : ' Mrs. Myrtle Knight was the guest of Mrs. Maude Springer Wednesday. Among those who intended the show al Blylheville Saturday Chigger Ridge Miss Corlnne Tiiornc entertain-* eel wUli a party at, her home Vffi-i ne.sday, August I3ih, Those vlw?' attended were. Misses Kathryu ] iBaker. Pearl Htimm. Jeanelte Cur- i UK and Lucy Doll Powell; Messrs. : Joe Cassldy of Huffrnnn, , Estcs of Burdetle, Oluk guests of Dr. and Mrs. W. P. Hulchinx here Saturday night. They were en route to Paragould, Ark., j ' lo attend a reunion of the Kennedy ; family. Mrs. Jodie Melton and children ! of Forest Oily are the guests of i "turned to ihel night were; Chartes Springer, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Bigham. Eliga Swain, Marlen Draelcins, Albert p ROTES™ t.misc KiuK ! Ritlini! :ii the spoils desk is ! like walking down a boardwalk j ':oinrt!mi's. wlien all the boards an; Jli:ose. One after nnotlicr they lly up and hit you In the face. The Iwarcls are (he copy thai comes across ihr desk. The board lhal lills you Ihe hardest on the chin is the? one ynu tdve Die play to. Along this line. I think Sir Thomas Liplon Is the Ind who hits me hardt-st. In his early years, this cnui aprons Irishman w.-vs a viuslaboui fur several years in the UnlU'd Slal'-s after running away fifim his home in Edinburgh. He made millions in lea and advertising. Incidentally ii was his advertising thai made his tea make mil- up Ihe rest of ihe way. Hack Wil- |H°ns. .son wilh his 42nd homer of the ! Four times he has sought a prize season, showud the way to his I dearer to him Hum anything else males. I In I hi' woilil. and lie has been A double by Uarlc-ll in the ninth l lurised baik every time. With, the (Ids agaiusl him, he is here a fill" ime to iry to-win the America's Clncngo Increases Notional Lead; Macks and Nats Bolh Triumph. NEW YORK.—The Chicago Cubs secured a firmer grl|i on first place n Ihi; National league yesterday by defeating ttie Phillies as the Robins lost lo llic Dues. The Macks and Senators triumphed In the American league. The Bruins wilh Pat Malone on tho muund skimmed their way lo a one-.slded victory over ,lhe Phillies. 17 lo 3. The Cubs started scoring In Ihe first inning and kept 11 Inning sent the Uodgers down lo. defeat, 4 lo 3, The Robins' lead over the thhd place Giants wns reduced to one-half of a game because of llic less. A homer l)y Glenn Wright, sent the Robins ahead in the first half ol the nln'-h but they were unable to hold their lead when the Bucs smashed across two. The Athletics, playing before a Phiind<M|ihla crowd, rallied In the eighth inning to score four runs and beat the S;. Louis Drowns U-4. George Earnslmw was cicdilcd with his 19lh win of the season while Walter Stewart, was charged wilh the defeat, the A's taking a two run lead away from Stewart and putting him behind. Aided by timely hilling on the parl of his teanunales. Herb Penneck won his Icnth game, of the season ns the Yankees slugged their way to a 11-4 triumph over Ihe White Sox. Gchrig and Cliup- man led the Yankee allack. Hulh batted in two runs. The Washington Senators made It three out of four by defeating the Detroit Tigers. 6 to 4 yesterday. Hartley held the Tigers well in hand while HogseU proved easy for Ihc Nats, but Wyatt stopped them. The income and receipts of the 1217 colleges and universities in the United Stales amount to over 5500.000,000 annually. HI) YOU KNOW THAT Six teams in the National :.eague IMC hitting nbove .3(i:i. vhile only three in the Amen can are doming that figure . . . l may be ihe pitching. . . . Kl Mimdo, a Cuban newspaper, h:;-; sent Joe Massuguer lo Brooklyn lo cover the doings of Adolpho me and Alfonso Lopez, na- livc sons. . . . One of the lilchers for Cedar Rapids in the Mississippi Valley League is lamed Trnkosh ... on the same team Kuba plays flrsi base, Ilaiubdk plays left field nnd a young mini whose name Is abbreviated lit the box scores as Ch'enka plays second base. . . . Mickey Cochrniie thinks the. six Uraight games the A's won from Ihe Senators knocked off Walter's Ixiys . . . but when asked lo explain the- seven slraighl that, the Senators won from Ihi 1 Jvfacks a little? earlier in (he season he said 'thai' was a different matter." A trim Invader from overman. Sir Thomas Lipton's slim ijreen racing yacht, llic Shamrock V—ncwc.st challenger for the America's Cup—is shown here as 1; dropped uiu-liur al ihe month of the Thames liver, at Hew London, "'Conn. At the left Is the threc-mastc-a 'Mrs. Mellon's falhcr, J. M, Van- steam yacht Kiln, whith convoyed I-T larer across Ihe Atlantic. Tile Shamrock, 81 feet long on Ihe water line and of 135 tons, made Uiej znnl - tllls wcck ocean pnssaiw of about -1000 miles m « duvs. wlihout injury or mishap de.splle headwinds and iwo ficice "ales, encountered In the crossin" i L ' Ll Satz i' ollimKl lo ' lis 1>ome "' In St. Louis Wednesday aflcr visiting Mr and Mrs. Max Barowsky for the past few days. ' Minllree Clmm and George Wor- llham went lo Joneslioro Thursday I to visit, Mrs. Wortham who is in ;lhe hospital there for treatment. : Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Morris of las • Cruces, New Mexico, are the guests iof their cousins. Dr. and Mrs. W. P. : Hutchins. this u-edk. He knrnvs ;u what a tremendous disadvantage he flglilA. Naullcal men say lhal a yacht built to cross c^d "hVmi"^!^ he the ocean cannot beat one of Ihe «l<">k lacinn sloops the American millionaires construct. Compeli- the four Amr-ricnn craft will determine before Ihe race which Is the worthiesl. Sir Thomas nnii'i beat Ihe winner in elimination licats —In olhcr \vnrds. he must defeat the hcsl. And Some Odds Speaking of udd.s and ends, de- 'cending as you mlghl say fcnm the subline to the trivial, it seems lo me llmt Jack Sharkey will have no trouble at all knocking Ciiin- polo on his Spanish onion when they meet In September In New York. I have not been greatly Impressed by Ihe Gawky Gaucho. Every effort has been made lo build him up into a big shot, but he remains nn awkard chap out there, rtisko mastered him without a great deal of trouble at Miami. .Jut's lips and Downs This young man, Joe Hauser., who seems lo be on his way toward a jncw home run record in ihe Tnter- i national League this year, has been up and down between Ihe minors and majurs almost us many times as Willie Slrlblhig has been up nnd down between the slicks and the big lime. Joe used to belong to Conine Mack, but his trick knee Imnrti- was sent to Cleveland last year on waivers. Billy Evans of Ihe Cleveland management wanted lo use him In a trade with Kansas City Jcc for Kuhel. Ihe first, baseman, who came up with the Senators recent-i ^ lcm| ™. s ••• ly. Kansas City wanted too much I N p sv Orleans money, according to Evans, so the "inm'iErmni deal fe'll Ihiougli and Hauser w.is Atlanta sent on his way. , Mr. ami Mrs. J. H. IJavid and Hall, Richard Hall and Crover Wiseman. Mrs. Pearl Poster and children r home at Nclllc- ton, Ark.. Saturday. Rev. Watson will preach at ihe Driver Grove school house Sunday at eleven o'clock. Sunday school is at ten o'clock and everyone is urged to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Ctiarley Springer were the Sunday guesls of Mr. and Mrs. Prank Hall. Ben Knight was a visitor of Mr. John Pepkins Sunday. Alvis McDivitt of Tennessee is spending a few weeks wilh Charles Dig ham. Mrs. J. P. McDivitl and children Mr. and Mrs. Frank Isaacs of Ely- returned to their home in Mississ- . . jtheville spent Saturday and Sunday •here visiting relatives. Among the out of town people ippi Saturday. Charles and Troy Bigham attended the medicine show at Uly, who have attended the revival j meeting in progress at the Melhod- 11st church this week are: L. M. .Moody and Mr. and Mrs. Gill of :Dell. Mr. and Mrs. John Eeardeh !Mrs. Ward, Mrs. J. F. Roderick and 'Mrs. Mitcneii o; Leachville. Mr. : and Mrs. R. A. Ncel of Armorel. j Dr. Dr. W. P. Hutchins was called to Paragould Saturday on account i ol the serious illness of his nephew, I Bainey Horn. He was accompanied ,by his daughter. Orine Hutchins. i Vay Caraway of Wilson was the ; guest of hie parents. Mr. and Mrs. j ! E. L .Caraway Sunday. : Mr. and Mrs. Charles Franklin .and daughter. Miss Kalhryn Jane, I of-Providence, Ky.. are the guests !of Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Franklin. ' Mr. Franklin left Monday for Hot Springs where he will slay for Hanncr Roach j Waller Lee, Herman RilU'nheiry Jessie Lyerlie and Murk Skelton. !. Miss Jewell Uakei 1 is spending ' this week In ISlythevllle with Miss Gladys Tankersley. Clarence Mann underwent an operation for appendicitis Thursday afternoon. Lynn Uaker visited in Blyihr-vltle this week. Mrs. Cefil Mnnn visited Chlneer Ridge school Thursday afternoon. Kathryu linker spent Wednesday night with Coriniw Thoiu. Margie Wilson visited ht-r hroth- er Arden and Mrs. Merlcn Ray lasi week. Corinne Thorn, Jewell liaker and Margie Wilson Tliclina Sawyer week. visited VfM'lu and of Island 25 las! theyille Saturday night. travel Trucks ' Needed at Wilson, Ark. ' Schultz Construe tion Co. Car Washed and Brakes Adjusted Wherein Mr. Bannister Certainly Gets Right Shrrfjiiug j\n eagle ihree on the long number six hole at the golf course yesterday, together with a string of three birdies and four pars. Rodney Bannister crashed into the front rank of gdlfers here with a spectacular 33 for nine holes. The course record is 32. and Bannister missed a three foot putt for a birdie on number seven green, depiivitig Turn of a record tying score. Bannister was playing as a member of a foursome. His card follows: Par : 4-15 -135 414 37 Ttanuister 335 343 444—33 the clinches. Young whipped solid uppercut into Patterson's head in a half clinch and Patterson gracefully reposed on the canvass with his hands folded under his head—leaving a rather shady impression than the St. Louis darky had taken enough punishment and was ready to rcsi. However the bout was gond while it lasted. Scaton in Win Tommy Hyan Sealon. Luxora featherweight, shook Sailor SiniUi. the Promised Land letly. from stem to dtern but couldn't put the Sailor down. Seaton was far ahead at the finish of Hie fo'.ir rounds .however and the verdict of Referee Danchower was popular with the crowd. The Luxora youngster displayed a fast pair of hands and tcok turns at jabbing the unorthodox Smith with his led and beating him to the punch with his right. Smith jarred Seaton a couple of times and lived up-to hi: reputation for taking *em. Two negro youngsters swapprd srcks in a three rounder and the show was opened by two white l»ys ' who crowded some furious mcmviits of glove-slinging into their period in the ring. BRUSHING UP SPORTS By Laufer Soulhprn League W. 83 71 .... 09 .... C9 Litlle Rock 05 Nashville : 57 Chaltancogn 56 MobiU' 33 American I.raguc W. L. Philadelphia 32 39 Washington 7:> -1C New. York 71 49 Cleveland Gl 59 Delicti 58 02 Chicago 40 72 St. Louis 40 73 Boston 41 77 National League W. Chicago 71 Brooklyn C!) New York UG St. Louis Gl Pittsburgh :' 51 Boston 54 Cincinnati 4G Philadelphia 38 HOME THEATRE Monday and Tuesday S| VAUDEVILLE fLChes Davis Revue .516 ' .«9|5 Act* ;", Everyone a'Treat. •"J I With Picture, Constance Bcn- ' 'not, in "Kich People" also I Comedy. C 7 8 : Matinee—Pictures only, Ad- .010 , mission 10t ami 25c. j92 ; Night—Jictuves and Viuitie- -508 jville, 15c ami -iOc. .483 | ' ' .390 .387 .347 I Pet. I .612 ; .580 I .579 .526 .490 .402 •; .414 i .328 For Wednesday Only $1.50 FREE BMKE TESTING ; ii\ii • /CCVICE /TATICN • I Phone 315 Cor. Ash and Broadway • New Orleans Wins Only Southern Game Monday ATLANTA, Ga.—The New Orleans Pelicans defeated the Chatta- nr.oga Lookouts in the only game played_ In the Southern league Monday, 10 to 1. Lee limited the Lookouts to six hits while his mates hit the offerings of three Lookout hurlers hard. ' FED-UP AFTER 1 DINNER SPEAKER: After partaking of such an excellent meal. I feel that If I had eaten any more I would have been unable to speak. "Bring him another sandwich,' came ft drowsy vclce frcm (he rear of the hall.—Answers. RALES TALK COTTAGER: You look mighty well ted for a tramp. TRAMP: Ycs'm: all your neighbors ore Renerous —Answers. STAR FANMED-3' . ' ROU) ohi 9 V-1TCH50 Games Today Southern League Birmingham at Memphis. Atlanta at Litlle Rock. Chattanooga at New Orleans. Mobile at Nashville. RITZ THEATRE Monday and Tuesday Billie Trotter in Song—with Misg Payne at Piano With Pictures American League Chicago at New York. St. Louis at Philadelphi.i. Detroil al Washington. Cleveland at Boston. National Lcapic Boston at Cincinnati. Hrooklyn at Pittsburgh. New York at St. Louis. Philadelphia at. Chicago. • SOI.VKD : MARTIN: I've walked to the 1 ennis cliil) with Gladys for three • ;eeks. I've carried her tennis acket. given her (lowers and choco- I ales, and I've taken her lo the I novies once a week. Now. do you | hink f ought to kiss her? MARTIN: Well, you don't need | o.. William. You've done enough !or her already.—Answers. CLASSIFIED" ^Br ^^ffrrZ^^^^fQ*^ Sitlin' on top of a minlful of pep and per- sonialityl A gay, lovin' time is "in the bag" for you when you see nnd hear ClARA BOW . IN Love Amon0 the , Millionaires GLQarvma Congratulations lo the On Their Now Store Carpet and Linoleum Furnished by Hubbard Furniture Co. USE-PRONE Comedy and Sound Mows Matinee 10c and 30c Night 15c and 40c We Congralulule THE and On TJicir Fine, New Stores All the electrical work in these modern stores done by WALPOLE'S Electric Shop i

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