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.PAGE EIGHT BLYTHEVILLB, '(ARK.): .COURIER NEWS White Sox Hustling Hard, •< Yankees Win Over Browns BY GEOHOE K1KKSEV United. Press Staff Correspondent , NEW YORK, July 21,(UP)-For- doing the best Job day (n nnd day out In the major leagues, Jimmy Dykes of Ihe White Sox mast be •given; , serious consideration; He takes castoffs, pickups and non- descripts and converts' them 'Into winning, hustling tell players. And no major league-manager has ever had more tough breaks than Dykes, not excepting Bill Terry and his present predicament. If tears were allotted per player hurt or rendered hors dc combat, during Dykes' regime as compared with' Teriy's, the Giants' boss couldn't, even work .up enough moisture to gel a crying towel. Dykes' lecoid of tough breaks reads like something that hap pened to.an orphan boy, but no one ever heard of the White So> manager locking himself behind doors and pleading for privacy .Dykes takes his : Iuck as he finds It and iiiakes : the most of it. And he also .lakes the ball players he gets .and does what he can with them. Look at the lineup \vith which the White Sox Just licked the Red Sox four in a low , the same Red Sox who cut down ' the Yankees five straight not so many days ago. 600-lb. Hit Skip Victim Hayes. 2b • Kuhel, Ib . . . Kreevich, cf . .by Cubs. nosentlml, rl . pickup. Walker, 1C . . Tigers. Appllng, ss . . lanta. McNalr, 3b . . • Sox.' Tresh, c ex-Senntor, trade for Bonum. . . turned (ioivi) . . minor league . acquired from bought from At- . cnslofT by Red In by . Thrown Tigers in Kennedy-Walker deal. Lee, p :. ".•..'failure with clevc- . land. ; Strictly n second Division bull club,'by Dykes lias that gang hi third place hustling foi second. They beat the Red Sox yesterday, 4-0, for their 15tl\ victory In 19 games. Today Uicy clash with the powerful Yankees, who hung up their eighth slialght yesteidny by nicking the Brawns, 2-1. The Willie Sox are 13 'i gnmes behind the Yanks and 3 1 .* tack of tire Hed Box. , The White Sox haven't, hart much luck with the Yanks this .season, losing, nine out of ten, but Joe' McCarthy admits Hint no club battles the \\orld champion; more tenaciously than do Dykes' ugly ducklings. Thornton Leo let the Red Sox down with nine scattered hits In winning No^ 0. Chicago pounded Denny Gnleliouse for four runs In •the'first frame to clinch the Irl• umph. Chailie nulling Ining up his 13th victory in beating the Browns on four. hits. The Yanks mnde 13 hits off 'Bob Harris, but cockeyed base- 'running cost them several runs. Mel Harder pitched Cleveland to .1 2-1 victory over the Athletics. Webb's double drove In. two runs In the big third off Bill Beckinan. Washington slaved off a uinth- Jiming. rally to beat. Detroit, 8-7. Roberto Estnlella's homer in the eighth, drove in the two deciding runs. The Giants dropped their sixth straight and slipped into fifth place as Pittsburgh moved up. Hob Klinger was the winning pitcher with aid from Joe Bowman. The score was 8-4. The Giants today will announce the acquisition of another infielder, probably Frank Scalzt, New Orleans shortstop, declared a free agent from Cleveland by Commissioner K. M. Lnndis. The Pirates, scoiing their third win In four games, moved into first division, .0003 points ahead of the Giants. Sailor Bill Posedel pitched the Bees to a 2-1 victory over the Cubs for his 10th win. Rabbit Warstler, subbing for .the broken-legged Eddie Miller, scored both Boston runs. .Yesterday's hero—Thornton Lee White Sox lefty, who-blanked the hard-hitting Red Sox, yielding only nine scattered hits. Seven and a half-foot, 000-pound Jcwfish represents lesson in fishing -and safety Mnxlne Blrsslntton of Poll Artliin Collcte Port Aithm Tex., wasn't the lucky angler. Tn umdrcds of hooks; Hut poor fish violated truffle ailes by swlmminr on .surface of city ship cannl, was urn o\u by Muiic-h Former Card •H u rl c r Clucks' Mainstay; Barons, Travelers Divide By United Press Ed Huesser, husky Memphis pitcher who knocked around with the fit, Louis Cardinals when they were tlie Oas House Gang, seems Is have found a niche in the Southern Association—but; the records don't half tell his story. The averages show that Hucssor has von nine and lost five games to date, but they frill to-mention that he lias appeared In at least I .urn 1 .'; and saved nearly n dozen of them lor fellow-inoundsmen. last, night was a tyj>lcal example of Heiisseji's relief hurling. He went in against the New Orleans Pelicans Jn the lllh inning and held them sccreless to" protect the 5 to 3 lead the Chicks had handed their ace hurler, Herman Basse. The Chicks had tied the score al 3-all with a mlly In the ninth Inning. Ihe two winning tallies were pushed across in the top of the nth. Kuss Bevel, Pelican shortstop, wns struck in the lace by one of Hesse's fast ones In the first inning and suffered a fractured jaw. He will lie lost to the team indefinitely. The Chicks' lead remained at two games when the soc;nd-place Atlanta Crackers came from behind , to trim the resurgent , Nashville Vols 5 to 4. Luman Harris, \vho teak over on the mound for Jinx Polmle.vtcr In the second Inning, vvlien Nashville . scored Its four runs, wns the hero for the home- side. In addition to holding the Vols scoreless the rest, of the way, lip singled home the winning tally to top off Atlanta's Ibrcc-run rally In the eighth. Prank Gabler, plnch- _ hitting pitcher, had knocked in the fact, m.ntne monstei had eluded I tvlng ''""s.wlth a single. I'lninimi ir,,rn» .,.!„„ .... ......... , The Kiioxville Smokies shook n seven-game losing streak to bombard Ihe Chattaiuogu Lookouts II Today's Sport Parade By Henry McLemore A Bit of Scotch Bill 'Nicholson's three-run kept the Lookouts in the NEW YORK, .'July 21. (UP) — Comes today n courier disguised >s a press agent with breathless information about Tony Oalento's latest venture In fisticuffs. In Atlantic City on Sunday, in n ring on the million dollar plei, Galento will fight an elephant and a kangaroo. The press agent made aii affidavit- to that cllcct and who ani'''l to dispute the orderly processes of the law. Contracts for the boul^ signed I" the city zoo, call for a fight to the .finish and stipulate! that Cialento must engage the kangaroo nnd (he etcpimnl ul the same time. "They're a coiipla bums," Gn- Icnto said at tho signing. "Both of 'em." "• ; Cautioned aguinst belittling his opponenls, especially the elephant, I who has a memory like Joe Louis and never forgels, Tony snorted: "Let him star t Ih'rovvlng h i s weight' around if he wants to. I'll knock his trunk olf. And as for that kangaroo,'I'll Just clip him a couple in the pouch and Mattel) him. They can't take it downstairs, those kangaroos." Gnlenlo, whose slgr.hur lo light the animals marks the first time that the Darwinian 'theory has been thrown into complete reverse, sees his fight with the kangaroo and the elephant as the first step lo- vvard the heavyweight championship of the jungle. After knocking' them out he wants lo work through, the puma, panther and tiger weight classes and, finally,' challenge the lion. "Who has the llou ever licked?" he wants to know. ''What iiglit has that big bum lo go aooul popping off that he Is the king ot the bensls? I'll spot him the first bite and then punch his mane off." Galento may be tnkiiig his bout, of Sunday lightly, but the kangaroo and the elephant aren't. A dispatch today from Promoter lo 5. homer game until the eighth, when th Smokies imllmbereil their heavy guns for six runs. The Birmingham Barons and the Little' Rock Travelers, fighting (;r seventh-place, divided a doubleheader. The Rocks \vou the opener 6 to 0 to escape from the cellar momentarily, but the Barons came back to take the nightcap 5 lo "l and climb back to seventh. Hank j Harris limited the liarons lo six 1 hits In the first same while De' Wethcrcl) turned in a five-hitler j for Birmingham in Ihe second. | Today's games arc Knpxvillp, at I ChtiLlnncoga, Liltle Hock at Bir- I mlngham and Memphis at New Orleans. BASEBALL STANDINGS Northeast Arkansas League W. L. Pet. Cimilhersvllle ........ 13 Newport. '.. ............ 13 Joncsboro Paul Masher says they are Yesterday's Results - Northeast Arkansas I/cagiic CaruthersviUe at Paragcmld, postponed, wet'grounds. Newport 4, Joncsboro 2. Sonthcrn League Atlanta 5, Nashville 4. LIHle Rock 6, Birmingham 0. Nfglil games: Memphis at New Orleans. 1 KnoxviMe at .Chattanooga. American League New York 2, St. Louis'1. Washington 8, Detroit 7. Cleveland 3, Philadelphia 2. Chicago 4, Boston 0^ National League Boston 2, Chicago 1. 'Pittsburgh 8, New York 4. Only games scheduled. .Earth-waves, set up by an earth- working to have themselves In the best condition of their lives. The elephant has been doing roiul work daily and plans to weigh in at about 15,000 pounds, his best fighting weight. The elephant has confided to inlhrmtes that he will come out trumpeting, force Galento into n corner and Llisn sit on him. He won his last two fishis with this technique, beating a Mack truck that got in his way In two rounds, and a telephone pole lhat annoyed him in throe. If this falls to work the clephimt plans to squirt n trunkful of water In Tony's eyes ami ihcn come In close to finish him oil with his Insks in a clinch. The bout with Galento is the elephant's first professional fieht. But he was a .standout amateur in Africa where lie won the Golden Tusks championship of the Belgian Congo 111 a four day fight with a teakwood forest. The kangaroo Is counting on his puzzling style to bring him victory. That, and a straight right leg that he throws with paralyzing force, and tremendous speed. His be.sl punch Is thrown while high In the air, and It was with this blow that he won the Marsupial Chom- .050 .309 ,310 Pct. \Memphis ....... .... 51 Atlnnin .............. 52 xClmtUmooga ........ 50 sKnoxville ........... 45 Nashville ............ 43 •Birmingham ......... 40 Little Rock .... ...... 40 xNe\v Orleans x— Night game. Just a touch of Scotch livens up Susan Hayward's summer costume as tho red - haired Brooklyn star relaxes on n Santa Barbara beach Irom her work in "Beau Gcsto." Quite a gay whirl at these Hollywood • beaches, eh? "I have heard." Jacous said, "that kangaroos often conceal gimmicks In their pouches nnd that is why they win so many bouts ; . .. . . , by knockouts. I'll (urn that pouch j Philadelphia American League W. New York 61 .. Boston 48 Chicago 47 Cleveland 42 Detroit 41 Washington 35 Philadelphia St. Louis 24 National l.r j Cincinnati 49 (St. Louis 41 j Chicago -13 | New York 41 Pittsburgh 39 Brooklyn 38 Boston 39 Coca Cola Tics VrS's For Lead; Goodyear Blanked Again The "Coca Cola Bottlers won over the Phillips Motor Company V-8's last night at Haley Held and went Into a tie with the .V-8's for the lend In the.City Softball League. In another game the Goodyear team continued In the throes of its slump, being blanked for the second consecutive game .with the Arkansas Missouri Power Corporation tiinilng the trick IIils time. The score was 1 lo 0, The Oood- year.s have only hit safely-10 times In the lust two games. The Bottlers Irlppcd Phillips 5 to V in a hard fought game. A protest by Goodyear against a Phillips win hist Tuesday has not yet been olllcially acted upon, Team W. I,. Pet. Phillips 4 3 .570 Coca Cola '. 4 li .570 Ark Mo ;) 4 .428 Goodyear. ;) 4 .428 Bob Simpson Now Coaching For Hungary COLUMBIA, Mo. (UP) — Boh Simpson, once holder of 11 w:rld records In the hurdles and described as "the greatest track athlete In the history of University of Missouri," has begun work us national director of athletics for Hungary under n four-year contract. In a letter received by Chester A. Brewer, professor of physical education, Simpson said Ills duties are to train nnd coach Hungarian athletes. Simpson Imrdled to fame Cor Missouri in '15, '10 mid '17. From 1920 [o 1920 he coached the M. M. track squad and from here he went (o Ames, la., where he served as track coach from 1927 until 1B35. lie is the youngest brother of Chaunccy G. Simpson, present track coach of the Missouri Tigers, Today's Games Northeast Arkansas i.i'iigiie CaruthersvUlc at ParngouUL Newport ni Joiiesboro. Souilicrri League Memphis at New Orleans. Nashville at Atlanta. Litl.Jc Rock nt Birmingham. Kiioxville • at Chattanooga. National League Chicago at Boston. Pittsburgh at New York. Cincinnati at Brooklyn,. two. St. Louis at Philadelphia, two, American League New York at Chicago. Boston nt St. Louis; Philadelphia at Detroit, Only games scheduled. Many European birds are to be found, not only throughout, most of northern Asia, but in North America as well, owing- to suitable both hemi- Inside won't. out before the fight or li let Cialeiito get in there." May the best animal win! Corals are animals. To stop n gasoline leak occurring around the threads of the gasoline tank drain plug ol an automobile, remove Ihe plug and coat the threads with laundry soap. ' " ne llle . locatio " '!* JT" of " le "angaroo Se '- «ie bell rings for the first round.. DOUBLE HEADER BASEBALL GAME Lutes Park - Sunday, July 23 FIRST GAME 1:30 P.M. Lutes vs, Keiser HATTKH1KR • UJTKS—Hml titles, 1'ilrh & Walls, Cali-li. KBISMK—Welclcn, Pilch & Mnrlin, C'alcli SECOND GAME Bell vs. No. 9 BATTERIES DKI.L—Hlwlsoc, I'itcli & Smolhcrman,'Calcli NO. !)—Ueil Wilson, Pitch & Young, Catch. Tires, batteries, radios, heaters tncl other products for your car can be bought on the Firestone JJudgct Plan for surprising} little cash outlay and terms so imall you'll hardly notice them. LxftA 10 ttt \'t>iti ej Firtitont. Mond* iitxmttcttrNjth'iiiiiftN, B, C RtJ Nttv9> Tune in the Firestone Voice of ihe Farm Ridi PcocrJm (wfcf eicb week doriof aoun tio» PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1939; Victim Jokes Over Plight As Body Tunis To Stone GREEN BAY, Wis. (UP)-Jack Van Schyndle Is a "blockhead" by Ms own admission. When visitors see. him at the Si. Vincent hospital he dares them to turn liU head. They try and fail. Van Schyndle's head Is as solid as a rock, to fact, It | s becoming rock. Van Schyndle Is- slowly becoming petrified _ victim cf a creeping disease which has puzzled physicians. They have progressed little beyond classifying a with a long Latin name — "myosllls ossldcan >rogressiva." Despite ills position among the 'anks of the living dead Van Schyndle has a cheerful mien and in untroubled philosophy. He :oml)lncs this with a macabre wit is Is illustrated by his request to .ry moving his head. When efforts tall, he remarks: "I am a true blockhead." The only external organs the 'man of stone" is able to mave ire the voluntary muscles whlcli control the eyes, mouth, wrists and fingers. Says Health's li.\-wlle;ii However, Van Schyndle boasts .hat he has excellent health He isserts: "I haven't had a stomach ache ir ether nclu! during the past few 'ears. r i1he doctors and •.nurses held ie to n fruit diet for a \vhile, but t didn't seem to help; so since hen IJ've eaten lots of everything. "My last pill went down the latch on Jan. 13, 1931." The patient's blcod stream is lepcsUIng layer after layer of cal- -Itmi in place of tissues. Doctors ay lie will die when the hardening process strikes a vital organ, and hey give him only a few years, at nost, to. live. Van Schyndle has been suffer- ng from the disease for 22 years ))d has spent more than 13 years n the hospital. When the ailment vas noticed in 1914, he went to Montana in nn unsuccessful effort o halt its spread. Oiio of the most astounding things about Ihls man is Uiat he manages to earn a living. He does It by knitting sweaters, pillow covers, doilies and similar objects. His stock Is then placed on a movable stand and the patient Is wheeled out into the hall to sell his wares lo other patients. Included among objects on his stand are religious pieces, nnd in these he does a brisk trade Uses. Hand Loom Vim Sehyndle 1ms fashioned a miniature hand loom on which lie ,i works. He also has taught another bedridden patient, Louise E. Keje- dlo, BO, Green Bay, to knit. "Louis helps me In 'making ihe gocds," Van Schyndle said, "He's kind of a crocheting partner. "We have regular knitting bees but we get done faster than the women folks." With the nld of long-handled knives and forks, the patient Is able to eat his meals—which are as large as the normal pers:n consumes—without assistance except for drinking (ea or coffee. "There used to be pillows on my bed," Van Schyndle relates unhcs- UiiiHly bringing out facts about his strange life, "but they were a nuisance, as I ciuldn'i /eel them anyway; so they were taken off." Vnn Schyndle's constant cheerfulness and pleasant philosophy are the admiration of ihe nurses. This man who is slowly turning into stone also has a tip for the tired business mnn who can't take time oil for an extended vacation "Go to a hcspital," he recommends. And adds: "In a hospital, there's plenty of quiet, rest, massages, diets and steam baths." Wert Optometrist "HE MAKES 'EM SEE" Over Joe Isaacs' Store Phone 540 Two Towns Set Aside Roller Skating Sites SYDNEV, N. S. (UP)—The towns of Sydney and Truro have officially recognized the sport, ot roller- skating. The Sydney town council, seeking to keep children from the streets, voted to.take over the concrete floor of a large, unused fertilizer plant, install lights and convert it into a roller-skating playground. Admission Is free. The Truro council blocked off two streets to motor ironic- and placed It at the disposal of skaters. At the same time, they voted to prosecute skaters who endangered their lives on the town's concrete highways. Read Courier News KENTUCKY STMICHTMORBOW WHISKY Js made the goo d old Sour Mash, way It's "CoBttiy Midt" in tlit wsy tfiit nuJe KCB- • tticky Botubon fimous. lAndmii scttie limestone I wateriiomonrBoutkon I Springs wild 6i Sn ,<| c f fine wkiskysiact 1820. This whisky Is 90 proof Our Fiddle Botllc was created in lionor of Stephen Foster, - ky Home" at Bardslown in 1852. Distributed by Peldman's Commission Helena, Ark. 5lli A Walnut Phone lilt of our entire stock of cool, crisp, domestic TROPICAL WORSTEDS sharply reduced to 50 Tailored by HART SCHAFFNER & MARX & MANSFIELD When Hurl SchalTner & Marx Iropiciil worsteds mean cool, refreshing, comfort all day long . . . when you can wear one of these famed tronicals and look as well pressed tit S p.m. as you do at 8 a.m. , . . why be annoyed with so-called "summer" siiits that have a "wilfed lettuce'' look an hour after you put Ihem on when you can choose from our entire stock of domestic tropicals »( such substantial savings? He cool ... he well dressed . . . come in and save! Hart Schaffner & Marx GULFWEIGHT SUITS reduced to coat - vest • trousers As usual the best is always at MEAD 31S- -MAIN- -315

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