The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 11, 1936 · Page 6
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Rl"D. Hughes Swamps Fast ;;-Slipping Hot points; •Builders' Miscucs Costly By J. P. FRIEND Showing a complete reversal of form, with all hands on deck, R. D. Hog'nes hammered out a H-4 vlc- tor/y over the fast slipping Ark-Mo .Drug took advantage of East Arknn- Dftig took advantage f East Arkan-o sag errors to win, 7-3, last night In the Commercial Softball League. Because of Inc. all-star program tomorrow- night, the regular scheduled league games for Friday night wtll be played tonight. Pastime lijlliaid Pallor and Phillips Motor clash In the first game. Famous Store and McMullin's Cash Grocery fJVnlshlng the opposition in the afterpiece. As usual, I'M games wl) Etart at 8 p.m. By beating the Itblpolnts, llic men of Bob Grimes look temporary possession of fifth place in the standing, nnd broke n "spell" that liis" existed lor two years. It was tlie fourth straight reverse for Ark Mo power and dropped faeni below the .SCO mark. Youthful Tommy Warrlnglon and "Wimpy" Durns held no fears for the. Clothiers, being rapped for 14 lilts and as many runs, nlcharc' Young, after an absence of three games, drove out t«-o home rum HU4 a single, scored two runs and sent four . more across. Lagronnc Whittle also clouted a four bas?i 111 the first with one aboard. ,,Warrlnglon Insted but 2 2-3 innings, and yielded 7 hits and f rans during his tenure. "Wimpy' qjirns came In from right field after Young had poled hfs first drive and Hughes had counted six times ajjd retired the side. But lie was tuflltrealed in the fourth, when four Mf 5 ' a walk a/id error were good for a quartet of tallies. He settled down, hurling rimless ball for the irext Uo innings, but wlldness got l)iin into trouble in tlie seventh. Young socked 'his second homer with one on. nnd after milking two tp fill the bases after Widner's single, Manager Taylor decided It was enough and sent Carl ">;e'p" Ganske to the rubber. He pitched three calls and forced Whittle to loot- one to Hires. • Huey, diminutive southpaw, wa- the winning pitcfncr and it was nis third victory of the season— as many as he recorded last year In 17 Barnes. The Hotpoints collected ten hits, all singles, half of whicl) •were infleld taps which they bent o\it. Hucy issued four bases on balls, hvo-tliirds as many as he had walkKf in'seveiffrevlous' contests He-forced in rf"nm In t'ne sixth with a pass. . . • Clarence Webb was n victim of unsteady support, by his Builder mates- in the first game, ftobmsoii earne but three of 'their seven run' but even on that basis Rbbuisor \voul have emerge Hie victor a! Marshall Blacknrd nnd Kemiet'n Copeland combined their twirling efforts .for but one legal enemy score, a home fun by "Biney' Morse, one of his three hits Robnson led in hits, 9 to 7. Dick Pot. ttr.slammed out his nftli triple of Vis season In the seventh' ana Crow received credit fo r a liome run When his lazy topper back of third took a crazy bounce and wound up i«,, 0f the fencB protecting the bluchers, in i!,-, sflme („„.„„* , The league leaders Jumped Into n Hiree run lend in the first due to generous heaving. wl( |, Uo gone SSi T S safe '^ h =n H«es threw Wy to first. Warrin,lon ham- rowed one fo | e u, Bl!! , WIIson . s „„„ thifnV? " haVe nlppei1 p ° Uel - "' third but Hayes missed the bill nnC tile-manager galloped in and War""fl°" ««' to second, crow Balked wnght made a beautitu' stop of Tastes scorcher but Hayes \v_as slow In covering the U a<r air then failed to hold the toss. Cro "e stopped at third. Wright batted •Si, i- ° S(d0n ' s s " las '' bllt d «»-» ine ™ r f C ° Ver ' Cim ' e cou "tm?. Rodery struck out East Arkansas Fisher, cf Wilson, si Moore, 2b Hayes, 3b Baxter, Ib Chltmon, If Wright, ss Morse, rf-3b L1nd£ey, e Webb, p Biirress Totals Ab R li Po A 29 BLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.) COURFER NEWS Burres baited for Webb enlh. >:—Warrlnglon lilt by latlcd tall; Tlplon lefl base too foon. Score by Innings: Robinson Drug 301 001 2 - 7 East Arkansas 200 010 0-3 Summary: Errors — w.irrlngloii Iwe Eric Pcdley, Caltfornlan, 'as No. l; Michael I'hipps, 2; Stewart Igli'hart, 3, and' Winston 'Guest at tack. As reserves it lias Gerry r Struwbrldee, and Cecil sniHh,-tlie fast-i-iillng Texan, In addition, most of tlie tetter American players are In England, and umy l>e called uo- on It jieeited. so tliul t'ne Americans need liavs no fears in the matl-r r ,' V of u-am strcnglh. I'CStlVlllCS Summing li up, the American •l 7 i<iv r. r r i n • \vi i ' t>|)C cl |tl!i y Ls sll| ted to any sorl )h in sev- '-"P' 18 ' 1 Haven t Won In ^j;'"* 1 "* sa "' Mi '- '"'« American 27 Years Compelilion; 'iidi'm't'o piac"*opposin^lu^; Another Loss Pi'cdiclod By MAX itiiwi.i: NBA Service Turf Wiitcr aoka off Webb \. StrlkfoiiLs-Webb !! i ' No hJls, 2 nms"o"ff"i)tiifkc.r<l' In' ' rllc . n '- st >» n 'tli ID UK- fees! Iva 1 Inning. winning |ilicliei--U|nck-|? r( ' 1 of . ll |'' et ' -w rl( .'« '"'S'»s on Jmu> aril,Umpires-Browning nnd aio- '• " , lll ° fo"«wi"!f euiili-sts urc scncduled for Jmis |;| mid 'If), upon tlis deienslve. Utsiilte Hie laic- additions to the Hvilih'n syuatl, und the iidmilted pony fuperlorliy, Hi; American.-^ roinaln the favorites. rls' Teams Are Dirked For Game On All-Slur Card Two teams, one selected by the Coca Coin and Nn-Wn club om- Planned for Hrsl League Game at Missouri Town Friday CAUUTIIERSVIU.E, Mo. —Car- lliwsvillc fans will jjel I'hclr first Mil- of organized biissball ii"re 7'rlday afu-rnoon when Osceoli come;; here for ihi s city's nrst Noi!lie;«t Arkansas League gams. Canitr.i-rsviTic business nwn Recently [lurclinsEd the West Plains tramilse and n festive day Is planned for the first home appearance ol Hie tc.vn, now lending the ]en«uc J.o:,!l Ijus-incss hoiisas will be closed fiijin 'i:Vj to 5 p.m. I'llur 10 the game, opcnlne ceremonies will be held, with Pcmlscol county nnd iL-naiiE olllcials lakln« Southern Nashville ... Memphis ChultiniouKa Little Hock . New Orleans Knoxvllle .,. : W. L. Pet 33 Ilj .722 v.,.37 22 .C27 y'J'2'i .SUJ x 2U, .sat) i(J 28 .481 24 211 .45:i is in :-n THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1936 NVitional St. Louis Chic;\y,i< New Vork 1'llt.sljurgli Cinciniujti lio^ton ... Today's Games .[ .'Soulhcrn !.ea R ue Wc-'fnpljls at Bliii!l»gliain. Little Heck at New Orleans. Knoxville at Kaslivilli-. O)iattutio3£a at Allnmn. National f.e:iguc 13oslon nt Chlcaeo. Pliiliiilc-lphiu HI Hi. Louis. New Yurk at 1'ittsb'invh.'. Hrctillyn ;it Cinciiunti'. Aiai'rican League Detroit at Now York. Clevc'laud at PhllaileKjlila Clilcago at V/asliltigtor.. Et. .Louis at Boston. -Vardifast Arkansas League O.scc-ola at Butcsvlllc. Nf-wpO!t' at Carulhersvllle. Joiic/itoro at ParaKoiikl. Vitamin A li unaffected by cookinu, wlillp" vitamin (; is. de- j strayed by high tr-moc-ialine, ac^ j cording to the lintrsli Medical '. Jouinn!. \Vi'tckor Service - (Ja* OPKiV ALL NIGHT riI!I,),TI'R SERVICE CKNTRR Phones 777 - 810 Yank Slyii- Hani In Solve w, ot .V ,, ----- ^OICLJ lutiuy. n St. Heller's Avenue, which for nearly n mile cuts througn lh . nlcs the slgllflls - drevv fou (Utnb>ed wik ° n 's roll- WtaWay ' fblrf h f h zumDled the throw Fisher •scofiH nnd -Wilson took third He came i" or, Hayes' towering fly .Hayes- fourth error gave Robinson another run in the third Blackard popoed out and ° ton . Crowe hit to Wrieht unable to do — -^^^'land, havin» W the second. But Morse j°d for four bags. A"^" B to Rodery and Johnson's .-, ^'f 'hroug-n the infield scor- ™ "irn in Robinson's sixth Pot t«'s triple and Crowe's fluke horn" e fRecounted for the final two jThe box scores: ' • First Game Robinson Drug "Upton, 2b 3 Blackard. p-sf 3 r. PoUer, £ f-c 4 ? Wa.rrington, 3b 3 i Crowe, ss 13" TMor, ib-rf 4 0 Brogdon, ir 4 0 Roderj-, cf 2 , Roush, rf ! 0 Johnson, lb 20 Brooks, c j i) Copeland, p 2 0 . -Totals club and one by Jack Apptetamn * "tfinu UIIJi;iJUS ilti * J J' J '"" 'I* 1 tlicy pi'i-form their pails on theI st - Louis Cola, slIorLstou; Applvbauni, left Tolnli Ark-Mo Power Drogdon, II Terry., ss Taylor. 2b Chcathum, lb Ganskc. cf-p W. Durns, rf-p-cf .lolms, 3b Hires, cf Mierow, c Wnrrington, p-rf Plsher 0 0 er, second only to Hitchcock. * • * Indian I'nlrnh.li. S(:II-N Team B, picked by Jack Aimlc- baiim nnd niythcvllle steam Ltiiin- <lry. Is composed of the following Totals Fisher batlci Cth. Score by Innings: R. D. Hughes 288 to iji_«««ss.s.^S.ssLiir SirSSS n powerful addition ,n „„,. ,i,'J .,.„ i ,.;... .' , uc °' 8 . e ' Ijnl1 "- »->-•»« 'Sr »=-»"-,*«'= Si'rss'i.x '"""'" n ™£b» .«* - -! wfesrvca 11 different typD of playing' Held and JnvisiWe Rays Guard Children in Traffic LONDON (UP) - Parents llvhw near one of London's most crowd- cd thoroughfares are Manoli-r , they have vast reserves of I ™ scs il» (l I'l^rs- H appears that J they v.'iJI poo; (heir mounts so that Tlie Ainericjuis have esceutlonnl mounts, but then- m ,, m , e , P ° nnl , s ,, sariiy limited nnd ll, cy have nil loo feivrcservcs. innddltion. thehors- cMercnt of Batesville Club Pilot JONESBORO, Ark., June ll._ Plscr. mannger of ihe Bales- club in the Northeast Arfc- nnsas Icnyiie, has nnnoimccd T.ie t'i'oiiiuls and grandstand have ]i»l i" excellent shape, and a ) »s lot provided large enoir'h' lo accoinmodnte 5.000 cars. A raj- cm! crowd l s expected, since the enthusiasm has spread from lals Baseball Results Southern T.r-.ajrtip Atlanta 4, Chattanooga 1 New Orleans 12, Little, lioc'k 8 Knshvllle Hi, Knoxvlllo 1 (night day wltli B " mc) ' Csivola. Nev.'porl Cardinals will i Mcm t'liis tit nirnilngham, night coma here for a double Mil Sundiiy ! B '" 1U! ' '"'"• -,.. „.„. i in il i mi a • town over tin- entire territory. ! !'cllou-in>r Ltio oiifnliin ,i....' ...i.i.il ,H;n . Miulc , Fiscr iv«s nnmccl maiiUBcr sev- eml weeks ngo to sncceetf Benny Karr, who was pilot O f the Bntcs- vHIc club when the season o]icn- cd. Fiser will remain with (ii, team until his successor Is named About one-lomlh of the "Old produced is used as coinage Tne remainder Is consumed In dcn- jtislry, jewelry, B im !mr „,„, B ,, I leal work. . . • ! I ,t WELDING AT 13EST PRICES PROMPT SERVICE Barksdale Mfg. Co. PHONE 19 Folks say that Our Family's Whiskey rings the peg every time Our Dad had distilled over a million barrels of whiskey before "w J 7° U °" r OW " Fnmi ' y ' S Rcci ' X! ' ^ " scd lo Ea >' = Wonder .foUicr folks wouldn't like to try this same whiskey wo distillers dnnk ourselves?" That's how we come to put up The Wilken Famdy Whiskey. Counting in Grandad Wilken's life- timeof wh.skcymaking, there's more than 100 yearsof distiliing experience behind it. Fr[t, « copy orourVVIUtn Family Co „,!« mc ,, The M.pt«, R. F, D ! N . , n mi Pi 32 1 9 21 10 snmam BUNDED AND BOHUD BY JOS. S nNC ,, . cn .... SCHBttBr,M.-«V8.Mfl f SCKtMliPRODUCTSCO ' Copyrigfil, 1936. JOS. " For First Round Of, Club Tounicy With complsllDn of iho' qualify- In^ round. In which Hie pace wis sol by W. J. (BUD pollard ivHIi a lulul of 17 strokes, pairings have )«'n made for lh c first round "Withes of (bo nlvlhevllls country club men's golf lournsy. Pollard, file medalist, wilt m n et Jelf fioIaiKi jn I),,, firs[ ,. olm; | Q ^_ •- low scorers in the qualifying "" were Jolui P. Lmtl and BV- National Lensiin Chicago 4, Philadelphia 3. Pittsburgh 0. Brooklyn 3 lloslon at St. Louis, rain. Mow York at Cincinnati, rain. American I.cnguc licston -I. Detroit 3. Cleveland 10. Washington 2 St. Louis-New York, liiin. Cliitasu-Pliiladclphla, tain. . v- r ea unt- ion Morse, each v/lih n 19. Leiiti >"£• cl "tt Kato also wears a shirt mee not yet accepted shoes , . ei meets C. M. Buel; in n .first round """ M ° rSS <:lkCS °" IIarry 'trail Iluiiler I'rcachcs £AN FRANCESCO (UP)— Cll/et Kaio nngoso, of Ihc Solomon islands, whose father wan chief of a ' rlilc . of nead hunlers, is now a'ldiTssiiig ciMiigeilstic services on )'"». TaciOc Coast. l3 Es id cs .,,,bsli- lull "S sm " Hunting lor head hunt>"£• ll111 Tiie Aiisltian lung-fish has ;i other first -round matches, all of, I'^'S^e which goes back 19,000,- W-iieli must be completed, over the i u '° i ' c;ll '- s - 1S hcle (or J;ss) route bj'fore'snn- day, June 21. nre as follows- H. A. Lynch (1935 club cliam- H-on) vs. Rinner Etigfand, Byron Morse jv. vs. Kusscll Parr, Bill Af- tlii'k vs. Hob Kirahncr, James Terry v.s. Lao Lititzenich an<l James Guard vs. Cecil sliLinc. Hie U. s. Bureau of Census reports show the average number i if persons lo a family in this' :oniitrv is 4JS. i Outbt),ird - Sec (he 1^11 NEPTUNE $45' 2 II. ]'. Single Cjl. (Ol)ier Sizes to 10 If. p.) IIimUARD T1RB & CO. Why Gulf has a new Gas for June IT'S liigli linio lo sil dov/n on sliotla that you can't sit down in. Mako « change to Uiatcsl Jump into tl pair and button them up ... soo for yourself all iho citting-room they huve ... see il they can possibly cramp Iho crotch, when you bond over to laco your shoes. And. aller Ihey've boon in Iho viashtub. see il the colors arts bleached or bleared. 'Mister, wo know you'll nay lhal HAKES uro ttie shorts without shortcomings! Every timo you buy HUHES Shorls, pick out HAKES Shirts io ao vy.ih them, light, cool, and elas- lic-knil. they grip you snugly under Ihe arms instead ol droop- J»S or sagging ... lie nea | and: sniool). across your chesl instead ol wrinkling like a prune . . . and slay down doop inside your shorts mslead of creeping up to your waist into a hoi, uncomfortable wad! Misler, Ihc tail-etid is first with HAKES - we give you loads of lenglhl See your HAKES dealer loday. P. H. Hanes Knitling Company, Winslon-Salem, N. C SHIRTS ^r< EACH *f J Same. 50= <m. ^f>^ SHORTS TOR EVEHY • SEASON HERE'S THE TIRE THAT GIVES YOU -a great tire on i&ree 1 THE GOODYEAR MARGIN OF SAFETY with tough, sure-gripping cenlcr- fraction (read that gives -1373 longer non-skid mileage than even former Goodycars. 2 PATENTED SUPERTWIST CORD — more resilient, more enduring Ihan any other cord — insures greater blowout resistance in every ply, 3 LOVVEST COST PER MILE service wilh greater safety in every miie — proved by (he experience of millions. ALL- WEATHER counts > LARGEST SELLING TIRE BECAUSE THE WORLD'S EXPERIENCE PROVES IT GIVES THE LONGEST WEAR- THE SAFEST MILEAGE-FOR THE MONEY THE GREATEST NAME IN RUBBER Tom Little Chevrolet Co, RL'YTHEVILLIV ARK.

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