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PAGE SIX BLYTFIRV1LLE, (ARK.) COURIER NRWS ;"Liltlc GOOEC" Aggressive Running Mate for Sen• saliona) Joe DiMaggio DV HARRY GHAYSON Spctts Editor, NKA Service CHICAGO. June 24.—With the Boston Cold Sox then- only scri- .' 0-15 lineal, us they swing through . Hie west for tile second time,, the rejuvenated New York Yankees ;<ire believed to Imvc straiEllicncd ui-ir • pennant clmnces by the ac- 'Oi'lsition of Alvln Jake Powell, 'Joe McCarthy did not swap WS1- ,li;!in Ben Chapman for Powell '•on the spur of the moment, although the deal was not. consiun- , .nintcil until tho eve of the major •league trading (lend line. Nor was It nn even exchange. Uance to Oco.se Goslln, his liiol, and imitated ".10 Detroit vctt'i-an at everything but hitting. The nt!\t Yankee swings from Hie right side of tlic plate. Like Qoslin, Powell was personally scouted by Griffith. He Is a product of Wii.shlnton sandloLs, Powell \vns carried from League Park, Cleveliind, last season with 11 painful nllack ot sciatica, but Hie ailment seems lo_.hnve disap- licared. .MK.'atlhy l)|ya]ipohl(cd In Star Ilase Slcalrr McCarthy made no allempt to co.'ceal Ills r\;>ni>.vJ!n,bri3i.t, in Cliapnuin, tlie fastest player in the majors. "It largely was a mailer of ills- position." explains Hie New York mnnt\i!cr, "although Chapman was unable to overcome certain WI'.'IK- lu'sses. I thought Ben was (ieslln- eci la become one of the great slurs of the game. "Powell and Chapman are ctjital In ability, but Powell will hustle, v. hlcJi is .soiiiKiihii; Chapmiin failed to do for us. 1 believe that 1 Chapman will do Washington. I more uood limn lie did New York. The clmiiBc oi .scenery will benefit belli men." McCarthy and Chapman never were too clubby. The break cinne McCnrlhy was soft on the Wash- j Hie other afternoon when Ihe Jnglon center fielder last winlcr, mnvmgcr siiggeslcd lhat the fly- ,nnd it is reported that Clark Clrlf- chaser c-hange his baltini; sliincc. collected $25,000 ?lo Clmnman. In addition Chapman, a • . . rigtil-haiuled hitler, the ball. He sa! ,'nliy just before the time limit on Cnrlliy urged htm 10, and 'didn'l. '" j Chapman, who established the player exchanges expired. • In addition to Joe Cnscaarella, modern base-stealing record of Washington Is said to have been Cl In 1D31, last year remarked Intended to quit taking paid $20,01,3 by the Gold Sox for Jack Russell, a 30-year-old right- hander who has won more games Jlinn he has lost in only one season in the 10 he lias spent In the •American League. It required the support of a flng-wlnniiiB array, tlie Senators of 1933, for Russell lo cop 12 contests while dropping six. The Texan's forte is relief work, for which purpose the hub array, with which McMullin Hopes lo Hall Robinson; FJcclrics Hop On Phillips Team By J. P. I-'ItlRN'I) Robinson Drug meets McMullln'3 Casli Grocery", und Ark-Mo Powei Co. takes on Phillips Motor Co. tonight In the commercial Softball I/'agne double-header. If previous performances moan anything Robinson Drug may iiave I'nclr hands full In the first triune. H has been UK- recent habit of Ihe Grocers' to bo "on their game" every other contest. They opened Uw season with a win, fnen went Into ,a tirllxntn, dropping four In a row 'before they recovered their oQnlH- bflum. May 22. on'that date they Irlmined the East Arkansas Unlld'- ers, The following week' Hob Grimes' "In and out"' n. D. Hughes team bowed'to the Grocers. But Hill McMnllhi's lads couldn't cn- 'Joy too much prosperity. They helped make Phillips Motor debut a howling success by cominit- elght errors nnd norformlnu lie toiled but seven bases on balls did the damage, and Hits East Arkansas Builders Supply is no setup for any team, if Verne can Improve his control there is nothing to prevent him from being the great pltelier 'he once was. lie has plenty of stutr on the ball Manager Harmon Taylor's aggregation has suddenly lost their rabbit's foot In llieir hitting. They 'nave been sorely in need of .some bass hits, particularly Ihe extra sack variety. Wanta swap? Phillips. Motor looked extremely Impressive In their wins over Fast Arkansas and McMullin's, but" In their lasl two starts—against Pas- •thne and Famous store—they have bogged down. In Ihe Pastime fray they were behind, 13-0, und scored t eight runs In the sixth for their • only brief flash. They blew a four 1 run first Inning lead to Joe Appi;- bauni & Co., and were beaten, 15- D. Jimmle Smotherman was 'wild and Ineffective, falling to retire a baiter In tlie first when Rimon< scored eight limes. To add to Man- ager'J. c. iOmiln^hain's worries the defense has cracked, particularly in t'nc Ihlleld. Klnnlngham made-a wholesale switch but failed to gel the desired results. The first gumu will start at f Atlanta Nashville . UUle Hock Southern League W, L. 47 21 42 'to 3-i 34 35 34 WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2<1, 1936 xN'ev; Orleans. ,. .••:Chattanooga ... Memphis Knoxville x—Night games, ..,'...31 .....'.23 24 Nil 11 gn a I lliat he Intended to milt unnecessary chnnce.s on Ihe paths wilh a view lo lasting longer, Viink I'llot Kids Himself of More Tcm)>cniuicnt | Chapman upologl/cd to fans In the left field stand nt Yankee Stadium for alleged antUewlsh remarks. The Alabaman was reported lo have led a movement among Yankee players to have Dabe Ruth benched In 1034 lie lie i>!ayc« rnrougii m s first six said .somclhtng about wanting to and a fraction seasons, look him be sent to the Gold Sox last \vln- i 3 "*- UT, and held out this spring KvuylMHly Did Well So when his bulling average Esct!]il Clinpiuaii tumbled to .228, McCarthy seized ;. Everybody connected with Ihe the opportunity to rid Ihe. club ol Powell-Chapman transaction far- more temperament, which is one cd all right with the exception of of the principal reasons why Cbauman, who talked himself off "Jdhnny Allen was traded to Cleve- one of the more affluent clubsi land. and out of a splendid opportunity I Upon reporting to the \Vnshlng- tu pick up $5000 or more lhat will Ion club, Chupman was greeted go to each' Yankee in the event ' by two veterans with whom he the club lands In (he world series. ! fought alter a mlxup wilh Buddy .The Yank's, who have lacked ag- [ Myer at second ta.se early in 19:!3. eicssivoness since they last came Myer and Chapman exchanged down in front In 1932, are insplr-' blows, and Earl Whtlelilll look up cd by the phenomenal perform-1 the fight as the New York out- anc&s:of young'Joe DIMaggio Ibis trip, and Powell adds a new flame .lo their dash and fire. Powell, wiio balled in 98 runs in ..hitting .312 in his first season with .Washington In 1935, Is expected lo. blossom into n full- iletder passed , through the Washington dugout. Ball players forget Uicse affairs quickly, however, and ralher admire one another for having spunk help Wushlng- enough Ch to battle. should l- fledged star as' n Yankee. Jake I Ion, bill,, will help himself n great » -- ' ting timely and fielding almost pcr- fcclly. i.asl ivet'k t'nry folded n|- axulnsl Pastime and were beaten J-4. En tonight ,,,:iy be their night lo be "hot." Robinson Drug's big guns were tlic only thing that saved Hi- league leaders from a passible sadder falo in I'.ieir slugfest with I£ U. Hughes- Wednesday. Nelthei nick Potter nor Marshall nlack- ard showed anything on the mamid nnd they were plenty lucky (p get oir as lightly ns fjicj, (lll! K ' er * M Copclnnd. Robinson's brilliant right r?".i .'"' " lmbtc lo I'Hcli "gainst the Clothiers due to illness, has recovered ui'd likely will do the luirllnj. Htiucr In Kecouil Start Vcilnc HJmtr. soundly Vilopod "y East Arkansas in his lirsl game "* '• "°t!>°l>>t win try to get back on the winning fool against the lillllps Motorists. Rbner allowed' ^iit two hits m ( ,|, c 5 2 . 3 , n - nUlss Baseball Results Southern League Night names: Memphis 0. Atlanta •). Chattanooga at New Orleans Nashville 4, Ulrmingham :t ' Little Hock 5, Knoxville 1. St. Louis. 1 ;. Chicago Pittsburgh . New York Cincinnati Boston Philadelphia liitioklyn ... League W. ...... 39 ...... 3(i .»,... 35 ...34 ...31 ...M " Pet .09! .583 .500 .493 .485 ' .4851 Bint/km Victor In Hurling Duel; Paragould Trounces Batesville Shoots Course in Par this year, Jim I'AiWns, former __ dy of poplar ululf. who did it w CAnirrHPNWTTTf r, r. ,; l lln >' ln » wi'i'n the I'oplar lllulf GARUTHtUbVILLt. Mo. - Earl; , ram |n an mu . r . dtv i. olm(1 ,, Mm?, or this city, turned in a iwr-! tournament early tins month feet scors on the Gwin golf course) al Ilajli, louring ths nine holes Inj par, 34. Long u one or very few to hile golf oljln Xorlheasl Arkansas I.e.lgiir, Newport al Oseeola. shoot the course In par. Only one! Batesville al BirngouM. oilier person has toured it in pal- Jonesboro at Caruther.sville. Pet. .010 .514 ,507 .008 American P.YV; York . Boston Washington Cleveland ,'. Detroit Chicago Philadelphia SI. l.ouis .. League W. ....... 41 ....... 37 ....... Vi ....... 31 ....... 32 ....... 29 ....... 24 ....... 20 .CGI .581 .SOU Tile leading Oseeola Indians of Hie Northeast Arkansas league eked out a 3 lo 2 victory over the Newport Cardinals at Oseeola yesterday. Uinelmin was me wining pitcher desKite Die nine hits he allowed I Newport eompare<l to' Ihe four i thai O.<ctola got off Smith. Tlie killer's wlldnets figured In-Osco- ola's li-Uunph. The winning run ] was scored In Ihe ninth Inning. D. Prcd Taylor, business man- ni'.er of the Oseeola chib, announced the signing of Jim McLean', righthander from ; Marouand Mo. • - • McLean has been pitching great bnll in southeast Missouri and comes lo the Osceoln club highly recommended. Pitching for a fast I Cincinnati :i, Brooklyn o. New York 3, Pittsburgh 2. St. Louis 3, Philadelphia 2 Chicago 8, Boston li. American league Uoslon 7, Detroit G. Philadelphia 8, Cleveland 0. Chicago 13, New York 4. Washington 2, St, Louis 1. Northeast Arkansas l.ensue Paragoidd 12. Halesville 0. Oseeola 3. Newport 2. Only games scheduled. Southern League Atlanta al Memphis. l\vo games. Knoxville at Little Rock. Chattanooga at New Orleans. Nashville at Birmingham. al more moaning. if he only quit joined the New York club wild a tailing average of .290 and with •11.stolen bases lo his credit, which is only four, less than he pilfered I Read Courier News Classified Admiring the entire 1935 campaign. ~: Powell Isn't tlic type of player [ who is' satislicd upon reaching ftrst I base. Exceptionally fast, he sel-' (loin is the victim of a double Play, and covers acres in the out-1 field. • _ Powell, who wrecked the Detroit club by running into Hank Oreenberg and fracturing the large first baseman's wrist, was called ••Little Goose" in Washing- Ion. He bears a striking reseiu- Ilcforc You Buy Any OiillHurcl - Sec the NEPTUNE 2 H. r. Slnslc Uyl. <0lhcr Sizes to 1G H. P.) HUWiAKn TIKE & BATTERY CO. That we say: "Drive It Two Days And If Nol Sal infield, Hie Deal Is Off Without You Ucirijr Out Anything." MONEY HACK GUAKANTEK! Anil furthermore, we issue a Written Ccrlilknlc Definitely Giiiiranteciuj; it for 51)0 Miles or 30 Days. 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