The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 27, 1939 · Page 6
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Thursday, July 27, 1939
Page 6
Start Free Trial

Page 6 article text (OCR)

PAGE BLYTHEV1LLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS 'You Dropped Something/Mister' GOPS Into Eighth id Without Allowing Hit; Yanks Win BY GEORGE KIRKSKY United Press Stiff Correspondent NEW YORK, July 27 CUP)—One out In the eighth, and cnJy fl\e men to go and Tom Sunkel, Cardinals' rookie a uthpaw v,ho had appeared In only eight major league games and had nevei pitched a cemplete one, would !ia\e barged into the Hall of flame Kith n no- hit game against the Giants jes- terday. But *D m Hatty, Giants' rookie third baseman recently recalled from Jersey City, spoiled Sunkel's bid with a ground single to right. Then Burgess Whlteheaci hit Into a double play. With tv,o out !n the ninth, Billy Jurges, who returned to the New Ycrk lineup niter n 10- day suspension tor engaging In n fight and spitting du«l' i\ith Umpire George Magerkurth, got nu- <?lher single. With two on then Sunkel fanned Mel Ott to close cut the two-hitter, his first complete major league game. ' In three previous starts Sunkcl hail never'been able to finish, although he received credit for a vlc- / tory' ever the Phillies In a jiijbl game recently with some aid from other Cardinal moundsmen. Tlie Carts pounded U hits olt Oumbert and Schumacher for a 10-0 triumph. Tom Padgett .hit two d:ubles anS a single, dnvtng in four St. Ixmlt runs. Sunkel's arrival brightened the Cardinals' hopes of making a belated challenge to the pace-setting Reds. With Bowman, Cooper, and Suniel, all yEunpiters, showing signs of major league stuff the Cards may yet get up there k> nnno) the Reds. Lost year with Alton tn Sunfcel -was a triple leader—leading the Southern Association in strikeouts, earned runs, nnd won nnd lost percentage with 21 nnd 5 He is 6 feet,'^ne and weighs 100. ' Dizzy Dean'moved back Into the spotlight he loves so wol! nnd In typical Dean fashion, pitched the Cubs ,to a 10-2 victory over the Dodgers. It was his first, start since. a glass lamp b:unced up off n table-and cut a four-Inch gash in his left arm In a New York hole! July IB. Dizzy let the Dodgers down with five hits, walked none, nnd fanned four for his fifth ,victor> Augte Galan hit a triple, double, and'two singles, and Hnitsiett nnd Barteli;connected fcr homers; > Pittsburgh trimmed the Idle Hods' lead to nine games with n double triumph over the hapless Phlhui 3-1-and 5-3. After getting fHe straight hits, Morris Arnovich. Phils' National League battins leader, was hit in (he head by c ball tlirown by Catcher Ray Mueller, wh; was tiylnj to pick him c!t secbncl, and-had to retire, pill Swift oulpitclied Itlrby, Hiqfce in If" pinches m the op"ner. Kiitvllo:'''. triple nuc Ycuaj's single produced CharM" T'.-^.r-.'- -^ -« : '2 v Uth v!-', ' • i- <:,- "-r> \>~> Browns V- "- >"we 'in -v three .-,h'«E.-. 01^-' n-'-Vvo^iicr ^^,- Jon* Berard'mo Bill D'>-kev hit th'Of homers and Tom Henrlch one. driving-In" -nine runs between , them. -The-Eed Sox brr&e oven with th» White S:>-, taknvr the nightcap 6-5, v after losing the opener, 8-1 Bill Dietrich snapped the Red Ka-> six-game winning streak In thf opener. Jimmy Foxx hit homer^ No. 22 and 23 In the nightenp, the 'second cne with a male on base In the eighth tj lie the,score. •Buck Newborn ouldueled Jos Krakauskas to give Detroit n 3-1 win over Washington It ^ns N; 11 for: Buck, who 1 allowed six hits. Buddy Mver was injured In to In* to score on,a.passed ball nnd had to leave the game. Cleveland licked the Athletics 9-3,' behind. Al Mllnar's eight-hit hurling.' Tlie Tribe made .17 hits, with ^Mllnar and Grimes making three !< each. * » • Yesterday' shero: Tern Sunkel, Cardinals' rookie s:\ithpaw who pitched 7 1-3 hltlcss Innin?s against the Giants' and beat them, 10-0, yielding only two singles. Yesterday's Results Northeast Arkansas Tfl.-ujuc Newport 7, Caruthersvllle 1. Paragould 8, Jonesboro 5. Southern T-«J<rne Memphis 6, Chattanooga 5. Little Rock 5, Atlanta 3. KnoxvlUe at New Orleans.' Birmingham at Nashville, two. National Leame Pittsburgh 3-S, Philadelphia 1-3 Chicago 10, Brooklyn 2. St. Louis 10, v New York 0. Only games scheduled. American Leaftie New York 14, St. Louis 1. Cleveland 9, Philadelphia 3. i Detroit. 3, Washington 1, Chicago 8-5, Boston 1-6. Courier RHKJ want ads. TERMLNIX TERMINATES TERMITES BRUCE- 0n! "- hOUr! ' «D n Jv.™ ! "l-> OUr! f 5 C Ct ,o ell> CaW ->W lc » rp <-"- wheel of racer owned byohhny « Dayton, 0. gomg Into Him on Winchester, Iml, Speedway. No one was hurt in unusuaV accident Spider VVebbjame jnU) pits under mount's own power, Tobacco Eve Turn Opportunists In Beating Atlanta; Chicks Defeat Lookouts By United Press The Little Rock Travelers, who seem to iinve the ixwcr to cio all things except get themselves out of Ihe ccllnr fcr. any length of time, had created another Southern Association Mir today. / The Pebbles pulled a Houdlni last night by defeating- the Atlanta Crackers.5 to 3 with a batting- attack thai produced exactly three hits The opp-rtunist Travelers gained the decision by taking full nduuitagc of six bases on balls by their Dormer mnte, -Jinx Poindex- tor, and four Atlanta, errors. Two of the Little Rock hits wore-doubles, by -Bolyard and Sc'halk, and they were coupled with 'a walk and an error to gi\e the Pebs three runs and the'margin of victory In the fifth Inning. The league - leading Memphis Chicks defeated the Chattanooga Lockouts'6'to C and thus stretched iheir distance to two and n half games over the second-place Crack-' crs. The Chicks -wen the game In the last of the ninth after Chatta- noo 0 a tad driihi FianX Veverka tq Taking n leaf from Eve," organizers of the Fifth Annual National Tobacco Festival created this fetch- Ing costume of tobacco leaves for Mary Eleanor Glnscock .of South noslmi, Vn. BASEBALL STANDINGS Northeast Arkansas Le.iRuc W. L. Pet. Caruthersvllle n s .054 Newport .. ' 17 10 .630 Parngould n 53 453 Joncibono 6 ID !240 Southern League „, ,, W. L. Pel Memphis 55 41 .573 Atlanta 54 45 545 Chattanooga 52. 47 .525 xKnoxville 40 47 .510 xNnshville 46 45 [505 xBlrminglinm 44 54 ^449 xNew Orleans 45 6fi \4S Little Keck .43 53 M g x—Night game. National Leayue W. L. Pet. Cincinnati 54 30 .543 Pittsburgh .. 45 39 ,536 St. Louis ..; 45 w . 52Q Chicago 47 43 .522 Brosklyn ., .; 42 42 .500 Ke* York 42 44 .458 Boston 40 45 .471 Philadelphia 25 57 305 American League W. L. Pel. New York 64 25 719 Boston 55 31 .640 Chicago 50 40 .556 Cleveland 47 43 .540 ^tKlt : 44 45 .494 Washington 37 55 .403 Philadelphia 33 54 ,379 St. Louts 24 64 ' 273 PHONR 205 FOR YOUR POULTRY Nice, fat hens and fryers & other poultry at all limes. ffE DRESS AND DELIVER FREE! STICKLER-GOODWIN CO. «6--E. Main score in the top of that frnme. The Chicks teed off en Lookout pitching for 15 hits, with Bush, nnd Resse. getting three apiece and ev- erjbody else in the lineup except tht> pitcher? c.nncctmg nt .last once Tlie oncoming Nashville Vols In earnest ah that big lead liut were slopped by Ed Lnmunsltl after three had crossed the plate. Babe Young got five for seven for the winners. baseball has been going 'on. Ho never had the weary, dreary years In the minors. Within one brief season he proved himself rendy for the majors, where the pay Is good, the living comfortable. He never had the linrd, long pull for recognition, . After that one season in Die minors he moved right into the lineup of the Yankees, (he richest, most successful club in baseball. Hh every season in the majors has been climaxed; by n world scries engagement, nnd most of the players In /-baseball would think fate had done its bit to (jet, them Jn one world series. And nil the series have been winning ones, with Joe getting the gold and glory that goes to the .star of the victorious team, he hasn't missed an nll-slar game,' either. He made it Ills first year, as n rookie, and he has mnde it ever since. And Di Maggio Is really Just beginning. With average luck he can look forward to 10 or more years of first class baseball. With better, thnu average luck lie can look forward to 15 more years under the big top. And with top Wll- Ings, too. The man has everything Uiat he wants, even love. Yes, dear old, s\s'cet old, boy nnd girl love. He Is engaged to the girl he considers the "only girl In tlie world," 'ami will be man-led soon alter the world series In October. Wish to hell I had taken up baseball. THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1939' i Bob's streamlined shoulder like un- forked lightning.' •- . : -• • Today's Sport Parade By Henry UcLemore Today's Games Northeast Arkansas League Paragould at Jonesboro. Newport at Carulhmvllle. NEW YORK, July 27 (UP)—If I had to nmke n guess as to the liappiest mnn In thu United states I think I would name—no, not n playboy with;'millions, nor the president., nor Governor Dickson, who already knows his wing and linri) size, but Joe DI Mnggio. Yes, Joe DiMnggio, the dark- skinned, hntchct-faccd Italian lish- crbay who plays ccnta-field for Hie New York Yankees. Ho would be' my; nomination-for pure and un- : adulterated .happiness, H-cnrat self j satisfaction, and Imnd-dlpped contentment. He hns seen, the liortwm and attained it^at 24. He has health nnd youth (o begin with, and those are two commodities no-oiie ever tried to sell short. He IMS 'money; more' money than he ever thought existed in the world n few years ngo when it was his job to scrub and clean his father's fishing boat when -it "dropped its sails each evening nt San Francisco's fisherman's,.wharf.* ;. ! . He Is the.second or third high- Soullicrn League Cliattancoga at Memphis, night game. Atlanta at Little Bock. Birmingham at -Nashville. Knoxvtllc nt New Orleans. Scores Only , Knockdown Of Strenuous Fight At Pine Bluff PINE BLUFF. Jmy 27.-Rcmovlng nil doubt that lie really can flglH young Hcbcrt; Lee Slkcs of Pine Bluff, Southern heavyweight charn- pl:n, shndcd Johnny Rlsko, veteran Cleveland baker boy, in 10 hectic rounds here last nlglit. A crowd estimated at, 3,500 persons, the largest ever to see a professional boxing here, sent yells reverberating up nnd down the Arkansas river vnlley ns Rotot I/;o propelled sweat-soaked gloves to victory. Hold even for five rounds, the pride of the CCC bcaau lo take the play away f rom the blubbcry but still dangerous Ohloan. Winning the sixth by a feather edge" Sikes sallied forth in (he .sixth like a dervish Dempsey and had Rlsko waddling like a barrel cf dough. Risko, who has taken It on tlie IUB from such seekers as Tunney, Schmellng, siiarkey and Walker, really was promenading down paper <loll lane. It was in this heat the l99-p:uml , Clevclander took an unexpected trip • to the canvas. Reeling from an overdose of whnms from the hair| line to the breadline, Johnny backed up against the rcpcs to clear I his well-caressed noggin. l n justice to Risko, his feet were partially tangled in a ripped portion of the canvas. The cloth, patched with adhesive before the fight, was ripped from its plank mo:rings in the seventh. Jloweveiy 'what helped Johnny flop was a.- straight-ri^ht crass to the chin. It new out from Goodyear; Ark-Mo Faces B o L11 ers The Phillips Motor Company V-3's clash with the Go:dyenr teum in the first game cf tonight's city- Softball League doublelieadcr at Hnley Field and Die Coca Cola Bottlers meet the Arkansas-Missouri Power C:rpoi-htloi) In Die second game. , ..••:••.. Griffin will hurl for Phillips and Cox for Goodyear. Warrhigton will pilch fcr the Bottlers ami for Ark Mo. Golfing Couple Score Aces LONDON (UP) - "Jolly good shot," said JI. Brooks when hls-wifo holed her tec-shot nt the third hole on Morcciimbe - Golf Course. He then rose and drove 'his own ball which landed beside his wife's In the cup, Man Old at 68 FEELS YOUNG NOW. TELLS SECRET •Tnj 6N. but retted to I* au otil man. HO l too* 03TREX. 11 iMve inc vlior. vlin noil IK-U tlisi iiE M [lie tf?l mo™ m.e 1 ilij 30 jv-nra «*o ••—>v ft CUIl-y, Council lllultj, l». 03THi;x coutuC'iii* (•bltm-Jfwaiwd fiiKlatlumhfiWG/un Boc-dtJ m 10 60 cr flO.Teiwt aoil npiffoved Ly trzup ol leading N'. V. <!<x-lo«. One 73-!«roW doct» MJ-J, -jKiS " vigor hull ptp Hint inJifco you re4T5tiiniiJer [(tunda llib price. You ilon'l National League Philadelphia at Pittsburgh. B:.slon at Cincinnati, two. Brooklyn at Chicago. New York nt St. Louis. _ For sale nt Klrby Bros. Drug Store. Farmers BLYTHEVILLE American League Detroit nt Washington. Cleveland at Philadelphia. St.. Louis at New York. Chicago nt .Bostcn. i,uu 0 u iitivi til lyujl r JUIIA VeVerKa U? , .~- r ~..i. vi VMMLL uifjii- c.vcr with two runs that tied the" ost 'l )nld P'nyer in bnsebalL In four years In the majors he hris vnuHed over the heads of the men whoso names used to awe him, not-only In the amount of .the check that Is handed him ench month, but In fame. He.knows, as lie goes about his dally tnslc of catching files and hitting in runs, that he Is the No. 1 man in baseball. .There isn't n slipped into the fust division by n J llia " '" bl "sebnll. .There isn't n bare percentage pcint when they " 1Imn S H ' or owner in either league, defeated Hie Birmingham Barans who - if B lve » )'ls choice of plnj-ers, 12 to 7. The Bnrons. with s-mn nf wouldn't call his name nbove all 12 to 7. The Barons, with srme of thch new playcu in the lineup, slugged it out on even tcmis with the -Vols—each team got is hits ww I vilij WtV4* LtilJII f^ltlf 1IJ. Illi-S but couldn't inn tell the men of f^reels others. He Is mobttcd nt the toil park by admirers. His -..path along life .... „. matter in. what city, is Larry Gilbert In the matter of ^ 1<x * c(1 ">' autograph nnd camera runs. Otis Dugns for Nashville and j s ' No mnttcr where he goes Jack Glynn ef Birmingham socked] , ls "cognized, npplnwlcd, nnd homers. . eivon lioinngc. The Knoxvlllc Smokies outrnlllcd the New Orleans Pelicans to -take a sUigfest In the Louisiana city 10 to 8. The score was 5-5 going into tlio ninth. The Smokies unltmbored their heavy cannon lo produce five runs. Tlie Pelicans went to work Going to the Movies on a FREE TICKET! Trade here nnd get free tickets to either Rltz or /^i Roxy Theatres nt If ^\ our cxuense. , " V 1 510 in Trade Adult Ticlict $5 In Trade — Junior Ticket RITE PRICE STORES 111 E. ,;i 320 \V. M;iin Joe D! Mngglo actually must wonder how long « soft touch like Poppies were associated with the battlefields of Europe hundreds of years before the World Wnr. FLIES, Mosqnilosi O-S gets 'em nt once. 0-S is quick— posiihe— pleasant, stainless. Harmless to luinians and pets. A little goes a long way . only lOc. 6 OZS. ON HIGH SPEED TIRES IPINTS QUARTS FLYSPRBYJ^ FAMOUS FOR BUY NOW PAY THIS FALL! TIRES, TUBES, RADIOS, PARTS, REPAIRS, BODY & FENDER WORK, AND PAINTING, All On Fall Time NO DOWN PAYMENT / BUY NOW-PAY ONE PAYMENT THIS FALL TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. Wwnc 833 Always Open & SINCE 1870 IMIIVIIMIS FOR three generations, this line Kentucky whisky has won nc- claim for outstanding qualiiy. Now, with four full years «f aging, its satisfying mellowness leaves .Little to be dcsirod ;„ whiskypcrfection. Ask- for older My Times todoy and assllre yourself a full measure of en- lOymcntat no increase in price SKOWN-FCSMAN OlSmiESY COWAN?' XHIUCKY SIR»1SHI BOU8BOH WHISI^Sgg OUTSTANDING L kv ' ' - .- , ^^~*a QUALITY *;_BROWN ; FDRMAH QUAUTY pJoVubT SIZE 4.40-21) 4.50-21] 4.75-19 5.00-19 5.2547 5.50-17 C 25-18 5.50-18 6.00-16 6.25-161 \ 6.50-16/ REGULAR PRICE $10.00 10.30 13.20 12.00 14.35 17.40 SALE PRICE *7.50 7.73 9,90 9.00 10.76 13.0S YOO SAVE ON 1 TIRI $2.50 2.S7 3.30 3.00 3.59 4.35 ON 2 TIKIS $5.00 5.14 6.60 6.00 7.18 8.70 ON3TIRIS *7.50 7.71 9.90 9.00 10.77 13.05 ON4TKIS '10.00 10.28 13.20 12.00 14.36 17.40 ] THESE PRICES INCLUDE YOUR O L D T 1 It f S T SAVI s MON11 ilFETIME GUARANTEE NOTIMTOR MILEAGE LIMIT aHhSrajfj^ •?&. 'iffirbiffiHs* x Abo tint the FircKonc Eihlt;, „, the GoH<-,. * Oott IMcmmional Exposition at San Frantitcf MOTOR CO. 5ih & Walnut Phone S10

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page