The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 12, 1936 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 12, 1936
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PAGE SIX ^ p ace Paslime Wrecks Phillips' • Motorisis; McM u 11 i n Trounces Famous Slore By J. I 1 , FK1KND Pastime Billiard Parlor loak undisputed possession of second pl»?2 and McMullln's Cash Grocery slipped into joint holdershlp with Ark- .Mo Power for fourth position in the Commercial Softball l/jaw? standing by winning their gnmes in tlic donblericader lust nig'nt. The cu? artists easily trlmine.:! Phillips Motor Company, 14-8, while .McMullln's Cash Grocery stifled a Famous seventh Inning rally with n S|>cclaci]lar unnssisted double play, and won, 1-5. U was the: third slralgfit reverse for Jaet Ap- plebauin & Co.. aii:l knofkcd them out of a tie for the ruimer-up to Robinson. Phillips Rise Up Trailing 13-0 at the cii'l of the fifth and apparenlly soundly beiit- en, Phillips staged n remarkable comeback In the sixth, cracking out six hits, and with tiro bases on balk and a couple of errors sandwiched, scored eight runs. Bui nan \Varrlngton managed to wlssle out and experienced little trouble b?- fore or afterward. Until the outburst the lanky Pastime star had Tonight's the big night for soft- [.costing $1,GOO, to meet dl fans of Blythevlllo and the "thevlllc all-slars. surrounding territory when Coca-Cola lioltllng Co. of lhc : ' Tne clln 'i>Ploiis will be licrc In, iact, Vi'llli lhc;tcriin thiiPlms won Ihc I3ly-| In the teain'photo, front row. Clicks' and Lendernion, inascoUi; Second row—Manager Toiiy p c e- plils sends Its Memtols nnd Tennessee stak- champions, flashing nnd white equipment. only Lwo year. These detents were at the hands of teams Ihc Uottlers have Dcatcn several thpps. dished out but. two singles and no Motorist linil advanced farther than the middle bag. Pastime trojilcd their former .teammate, Jimmy Smolhcrman, like ft long, lost wealthy undo, collect- Ing nineteen runs good for thirty total bases. "Shoaltss" Hill Godwin the league's leading hitter, had i field day wil'n two home runs an: n. double. Andy Bcvil recovered his batting eye with four singles In a fov:. Ernest Barnes, and I'Yant. Whitworth had thrcs lilts to show for their evenings labor. Abe Kln- iilngftam, ivho broke In lust week •vvilh three hits in four trips, "duplicated that stunt for swatting honors for the losers. Wllloughby "Tiny" Glover, Pastime pilot, who hasn't failed to yet fit least one 'nit in the Inst two years, had a close call lo Imvc that record shattered. An infield hll that he beat out In the fifth preserved inls streak. Pastime scored in every frame except the third and fourth. Only ,„,,„,, Rophie Marshall failed to take part ,,, '/ In the hitting spree. """' " Jolm Gels Faulty Support niinous Store literally served their game up to McMullln on a silver platter. Not one of ft\t seven runs was earned, "while the. red shirts .merited four of their five. McMullin got lo Holland for ten safeties, bill al (hat with perfect support he would huvc scored n shutout: -Everett Eubnnte ivirlcd n fine game and hit timely, too. But seven safeties were garnered off his "delivery, but seven bases on balls kept him constantly in hot water. His mates accorded him sensational support, His two hits drove In two runs. Going into the seventh with n 7-3 deficit, Famous threatened seriously to tie the score. But after they had scored two. and with two runners aboard. Marcus Gaines stabbed Crawford's liner that was labeled as a base hil; iid beat "Shut" Belong to the bag, completing a twin killing, ft, w as enough to choke the rally as Locke forced.R. Lutes, who had walked, for the fuial out. Delong's error paved the way for the first McMullin scoring, with oiie away in the second, Absmnthv singled. Barker's roller was nn easy chance but it went through the second baseman's legs. R. Eiibanta walked, filling the bases. E. Eubanks' fly to Letty Alexander scored Abernalhy. welch singled, scoring Barker. Unable to make a mark for three frames, Famous broke the ice in the fourth when Basil Locke homered over fne cars in right field. McMunin matched it, however in their half. Abernathy again singled and took second when Alexander fumbled the ball. 'Alexander camped under Barker's high fly. R Eubanks bounced one to Locke but Basil fumbled. E. Eubnnks 'nit to center for a bnse. Aberiiafhy scored as Welch forced E. Eubanks. Three hits produced a Famous run in the fifth. Moody singled and went to second on a wild pilch Lindsey hit to third and Moody was trapped on second. Sanderson moved Lindsey up with a line sin gle to center. Holland popped t- shortfteld. Delong's hit scored Lindsey. McMullin Sews Tt Up ' McMullin sewed up the game with a four run splurge in the second half of the fourth. Locke start-d i by throwing Little's roller lo ttiu stands, Little taking second. Hancy propelled one to center, Little coming in. Gaines forced Hancy. Gray hit to third but Locke's throw to second pulled Delong oft the bag and both were safe. Gaines scored as Abernathy forced Gray. Barker walked. R. Eubanks sent Abernathy over with a one baser, and his brother did likewise. Gray pulled a smart trick to help out in the sixth. R. Lutes, hiltin» for Dyess, walked. Locke forced Red and moved up on a wild pitch ' When the fourth ball on Alexander was wild Locke took third Gray took Wall's bounder, faked to first and caught ' Lefty" flatfooled Locke came in on the play. Lindsay opened the seienth with n single. Hancy fumbled Sander- ton's easy chance Holland Balked ee- ble, Blckham. Gunn. Stainbrook Trlplett, Welch. Lohmeycr, Court! Hack -. row —.Assistant ' Business Manager.. Hicks, Mulrooncy, Hoff- nian, White, Wilkinson. Phillip filling the bases. Delong's second hit brought in Llndsey nnd Sanderson, but Crawford lined Into a dou- We play. Alexander hud a busy night, handling sevcii chances. The box scores: I-'irat <;:„„(Pastime ' An R Hi'OA Barni's. sf-lf 5 o 3 0 Marshall, c 5 o Glover, 3b .... . 5 2 Godwin. 31) ' 4 3 Bevll, If-sf .'.'4 i C. Ledbctler, ss 4 2 Whilworth, 2() 4 2 Mosley, rf '.'3 2 , „ „ Smith, ib 4 | i 5 j Warrington, p ' " Totals Phillips Motor Brnhnm, KS ,. 3 ft. Burns, c 4 A. Klnnhiglinm. Ib 4 cloar, 2b 3 Bishop, sr . .'. 2 Whittle, cf '. 3 , Hardln, Smotberman, p .. C. Klnnlnijhnm, If Totals !...:.... Score by Innings- c 230 002 1-14 phlill l's MO 003 0'8 Summary: Errors—Barnes Glov er. A. Klnnlngham (2), clear, Bish Feeble, Griffin Trlbble, Business .Manager Lendermon. Each member of Coca-Cola's hurling irio will .see action (6- niehl.. fliiini will open tt,e game and :work three /Innings with •Flash" Stainbrook and "Smoke" Memphis Coca Cola Bottlers Are Attraction, Here Tonight FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1036 Tonight Is (he big night soflball In Blytlievllle! The Coca Coin Bottlers, Coin- .mercial Appeal and state champ- men: R. Burns. Phillips; Lock?, Famous; HI'don, McMullln. Jim pidgeron and Ills son, Everett, owners of (he Memphis CO<M Cola plant 1 , are to accompany the team lor the game. • -I /'---• —-.v. -^vm, v.iiUIIJU- ions, will face lire Blythevllle All- Stars, selected from the Commer- clal Softball league, In the feature of a triple-header. Two All- Star teams chpsoin from the girls' iflvWon will open activities, followed by another five-inning contest between East Arkansas Builders and II. o. Hughes Co., and will start at 7:30 P.' M. .' w Early Mnxwell, sports promotion director for the Commercial . Appeal. Is bringing n strong one colorful aggregation from •Mem-' Phis, the best, equipped ,dnd. thf outstanding sotttall team in ii-r South. 'They have 'won ' twenty games this year while losing i O nlv lo Dorlch Cookies, also of Memphis, whom they. .MUM beaten three times. /Their- uniforms and jlOOcT" 1 C ° ' a PP r ?"'"»tely Heading the list of stirs'"aft the three hurling aces Olive' (Smoke) Triplett, Donald (Plash) Stnlnbrook and Andy Gunn of sensational performance of Stain- i brook, last year as a member 1 of the U. B. Engineers. He toyed) will) 'the. slro-; hllCers, c'nce i tanning (Ace) Pnckett, and' (Tiny) Olcver, after piirjx>soly filling in- bases. He struck out nine In all Gun:i pitched for the Engineers In. '-34, ii'nd easily hurled a C-2 victory over Roblhiph. Although I small in statue, Gunn has speed I Baseball Results Southern League Birmingham 4, Memphis 3. Atlanta 7, Chattanooga 0. Kno'scville 4-10, Nashville 1-i. New Orleans 9. Little Mock 4. Nitlonal League Chicago (i, Boston . -..,...-, u,.,,,! 1IUO rtjjtcu i \jijiriigo U, liOStOn 4 to burn. Triplett, considered the- Philadelphia 12, st Louis hlKl nf (Jin I tn-,,ii ,,,111 ,.~ .,. ? K. . ... •~r*. i-vllla best of the three, will he n naklnil es" three pitchers are considered to be. the cream of .flinging tnle. . In the South. All thiee have several no hit. no runs games to their credit, in n twin bill Wed- nesclay night at, Jackson Trlpl-a ami Stalnbrook cacti worked on ,3323 .22 0 1 2012 3020 Auemathy, s f . Barker, cf R. Eubanks, c E. Eubanks, p Totals 30 V 10 20/.11 •i Alexander out for leaving b'ase, Score by innings: Wiltons ooo • ill 2—5 '• 1'hllllp Tilplelt following in order. McMullin's 020 HO x—1 Summary: Errors—Ueloug, Locke 3, Alexander, llnney. Runs batted In—Dclong 3, .Locke, Wail. Wclclu Barker, liuney, ft Eubanks 2. E. .. Eiibanks. Earned nins—prmious 4 0 i McMullln 0. Two base hits—Welch. Baseball Standings Southern League W. L. Pet Atlanta • 40 is Nashville 30 24 Chattanooga 20 27 Birmingham 30 28 Little Rock .20 29 «3 Memphis 24 32 [429 New Orleans 25 29 453 Knoxvitle ...:• n 40 '298 .127 .600 .491 .517 FOMS Marked for Slaughter' UQWLfNG GREEN, o (UP) Poxes in wood County tire' on the l».bl.c-eno,ny list of Deputy Sanc no"? 0 " BCH Meiigle > r ' He has aT e<l whenever thei* Vlefc arc found. _ up a two days .the mound without lilt. At Forrest City „„„ u ,u> before, Trlplett permitted no hits and Stnlnbrook was ionched for but one safety, the Bottlers Winning easily, 6-0 nnd 7-0. Maxwell has announced that all three will do mound duty in tonight's fray, win, Guiin orcnins- on the rubber, followed In 'order by Stainbrook and 'Triplett. Fans Hmill Sialnbrook , Local fans vividly recall the his firsl appearance. : There u>|]| 'be plenty of dyna- ' same, mite in the balling order of ihel Ul-Slars, i and with a blendlin cmblnatlon of defensive strongt'i . re- expected to .make a stromr bowing against the Mcinphlans! Vhe team, with the exception of -'lie. pitchers, •'-.-, -iiKlirij for aai n league games. Only Charles 3rogdon and James Terry are inder tjie .330 mark, and they New York at Pittsburgh, vain. Cincinnati 4, Brooklyn 3, night , vere chosen mainly because o'( lheir fielding ability. The line-up •is announced by Manager Htmnnr Taylor, together with their re- ipective batting averages In per- inlliesis follows: H. Taylor Ark- Mo Power. (.414). 20; Barnes Pastime. (.342), cf; Glover Pas- lime; (.484),' tb; Potter, Hoblnson. (.407), c; Blackard, Robinscn (-MS); sf: Warrington. Robinson (.393),- 3b;.J. W. Taylor,'Robinson! (.533), rf' ; ; c. , Brogdoii' ''.273), If; Tcrrv, Power, Ark-Mo Ark-Mo Power, (.IBS), ss; Holland. Famous PI Warring ton. Pastime, p; utility American League New York 10. Detroit 9, 10 inn- Boslon 7, St. Louts 5. Philadelphia 5, Cleveland 2 Washington 2, Chicago o • Northeast Arkansas T.eaeue Osceola 3, Batesville 0. Carnthersville 4, Newport 2 Paragould 1, Jonesboro 2. Read coiiner News -uiussmcd Ads.' HUHBARD TIES A BATTKSY CO. PHONE 4-« Now Located it wi North Second ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU DON EDWARDS, Proprietor m»k« «-rebuilt Typewriter* Addln/t Macn(nw .„„ cnUtora—Repalrlnj—Parts—Ribbon. •1 1 202 41 H 19 '21 E AU H HPO.A 0 0 illgdon. Home run—Locke. UaselSt. Louis on balls—Holland 5, - Eubanks 7. Strikeout—Eubanks 2. Double plo.v —Gaines (unassisted). Umpires— Browning nnd 1>yloiy 0 1 8 9 21 0 n-""ii >;.?, i_«Juai, UI^Jl- op, Hnrdin (2). Runs balled in- Barnes 2, Marshall, Godwin 3, c Lcdbelter. Whitworth, Mosley' Smith, wnrrington. A . Kinnlng- n 2, Cloar 2, Whlllle. Jiunt 2 rain. Earned runs— Pastime, 9; , i" 1 " 810 "' "' tol " SeC nmtSv'ln 2, Whltworlh. Double-plny-nurn. nnm (unassisted). Base on bnlls- off Smothcminn l; O fr Warrington 4. Strikeouts--Wnrrhiglon 4. Um- "''is-Brownlng and Taylor Second Game Lindsey, c-3b"-ir""" 3 Sanderson, ib 3 Holland, p ...'.'.'.''.' | .™" Is 27" 1 2 IF YOU HARBOR Tlic idea tl lal sreasc is lubrication— Try cup Brcase in yom . "'.'itch luit do not' expect the watch to keep time for it will not— Nor will your car run economically wiM) wronrr lubrication— 1'Ct's do it right. PHILLIPS Service Center Phones 777 - 810 W. J. Wundc-rlicli, JIgr Missounans Beat Ncwpp/t, Indians'...Take White Sox;' Collier Fans 15 The 'Canithersvlii6-Badgers' formerly • Wcsti Plains, .conllnued :'td shov. Ihalri heels' lo, otheri 'clubs -in the Northeast loop, with room to spare 1 by .wn'lloplng^New-- port.i tleii; vriUi b.sccoln ;for' second place, 4 . lq' : i . at 'Ncw|)ort "yeslcr- tlay. The Osceoln Indians' • defeated Ihe, Batesvilic White Sox 3,to'.o at Batesville, Bingham, star Osceola hurlcr, llmlling 'the.- Sox- to three, hits. The loss stretched the Batesville losing streak to ,10 straight. At. Paragould the Rebels de-l featcd Jonesboro 7 lo 2 with Manager Olln Collier establishing a new Icftyuc record by striking out,15 Jonesboro bailers. • League W. L. Fct .040 .571 .569 .500 490 >>n 10 • « >il^ lo Chicago ,- :.;...,:.28 21 Pittsburgh 2a 22 New York ....28 2a Cincinnati ! '.. 1....:.... .'25-20 .Boston 1 .-.'...24 28 Philadelphia 20 33 Brooklyn 19-35 American League , , • i ' W. 'U New .York 35 17 Boslon 34 21 Detroit /. 20 20 Cleveland '. ."'[20 24 Washington 27 2c •: 23 20 ......... ...... . Philadelphia ........... 17 33 Pet. .673 .818 j '527 .520 .503 .409 s .'. i 35 .314 Noflheast Arkansas Cariithcrsvlllc Osceola . PArhgould Jonesboro B'atesville .W, L. Pet, ...2010 .cfii ...IB 12 .571 ...1C 12 ,57i ...14 14 .500 ...14 15 ... 1 24 .Jj'j' Before You Buy Any Outboard - See the •.NEPTUNE . 845 2 H. 1'. Single Cyl. (Other Sizes to IB H. p.) HUBBARD TIRE & BATTERY CO. Folks born ap<t bred in Dixie |... the hafdesiriip-please judges [of whiskey M the world buy a "double*rich sf Kentuc straight Bourbon you'd like! 90 PHOOF-KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY COP^ RIGHT, 1936, SCHENLEY^pjLSTUIlUn^Raijjfl. VKW y OUK Here's conclusive proof why you should wear featherweight Dixie Weaves this summer!!! Blyfiieville' Temperatures •• i July, 1935 ha!e • ' 1st '2nd 3rd 4th 51h (ilh 7 ill gtli 9th lOtl'f ll'th 12th 13(h 14(1. ISJli' I«l, 17th . istii 20th " " 21st 22m! liih" ". " 25th 26th . . .-•• 27th •-. ' 28th : 29th 3«th 31st -..-. Aver. Temp. Jrax. 93 . 87 as 90 93 9.1 9Z gr -99 a 89 89 9.1. 94 95 ,• .96 . .ai . 94 92* J ~ 'a,? na -j : 93 ' 94 98 160" ' 91.4 Min. 72 12 78 77 76 75 74 70 15 73 74 70 Gij 72 ' 74 71 - •fj 13 76 14 .75 ; 74 ; ' 74 7-i 75. 72 73.5 Official Teninerahires frn nl Courier News Hart Schaffrier & Marx DIXIE WORSTEDS are exceedingly cool at 90° very comfortable at 69° $ 50 -Nole the average maximum and minimum temperatures for June, July and August in Biylhevillc in 1335 W e have a temperature 'variation <tf 22 degrees during- these three months . . . (hat's why Dixie Weave Worsteds arc the perfect suits for Hlj'theyille SIlmm er s ... (hev don<t t sticky -at 91 ... keep you comfortable ,,l 69. ' Ikcause of their porosity you keep coo! beyond belief . because thev are all-w.ool they tailor perfectly and caning m d pressing Dills are reduced to a minimum. Your l)i x i e ; s hcrc , st yi e ,| b.v Robert Surrey! Tailored by Hart Schaffner & Marx! (Jot one tomorrow! $22.50! 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