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PAGE SIX BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS HEAVE-HO! Grays _ ;on, Believing Hubbell Can't Go On Forever, Predicts Giants' Fall Koopman Is Choice For Card Game ANOTHER GOAL BY HARRY GRAYSON The Chicago Cubs retr.iy ought. [ (o get around to winning the National League pennant tills year. They permitted the New York Giants to back Into the nag the past two'falls., but should get there first this trip unless their many managers siiend too much time making up their minds. Pittsburgh, speedy mid nlso well balanced, can Mulsh second if Pit Tray nor cracks down ami takes a few more chances, St. Louts Cardinals have the pitching and get-iip-and-go, bill gaps in the Infield and behind the bat are likely to keep them from heating the Giants lo third place. 'Mils Is our guess ns lo how the clubs will finish, with the final standings of 1937 on the right: 1938 1937 1—Chicago 1—New York 2-Pittsburgh 2—Chicago 3<r-New York. 3—Pittsburgh 4--SI, Louis 4—St. Louis 5—Brooklyn 5—Boston 0—Cincinnati 6—Brooklyn 7—Boston . 7—Philadelphia 8—Philadelphia 8~-Clnclnnntl Who's Boss, Anyhow? One of the Cubs' principal drawbacks is divided authority. Charley Grimm is the manager, but Gabby Hartnett and Billy Herman aspire ^Vi^v ft?" 0 "' •""* , Phl ", P , f o«t of n potentially great pitching Wri^ey this season brought .in slnft . anrt ^ fls „ ^ad-looking imd Tony Lazzerl as a sort of straw smoned cnU . llcr ,„ W ll!y Hcrsli- Vi i n -r, . .. 'berger, who helped the Newark But the Bru ns are the most Bc!lrs lo a . 2K . gMnc | Ciu i |,, the solidly constructed outfit jn the international League and to victory senior circuit with five starting ,„ lne lltue wo ,.^, serles pitchers in Bill Lee, Larry French, Bosl(m re , 11nllls „ de r cns i VB c i,ib. ^ , I ^ rm , a ^ > , J CX Carleto »' They'll have lo put props under and Curt Davis bright prospects in tht Phmies (o keep \^ m from Clay, Bryant and Clyde Shoun, and Mnn ^ Olll of ,,, c , ea ' guc . cagey relief workers In old Charley . lt wlll be nnothcr t!ght rftcc bul Hoot and Jack Russell. | in tllc N . lt(onnl that ls like pre . •IheCubs remained within hall- ,, lct , ng smls | llne ln st . Petersburg, mg distance for some weeks early footbaU ,„ October, and n revolu- " last year, despite the fact that lion ,„ Ccnlrl>1 America. practically every member of the outfit was either Injured or ill. | i t f . But it was Jimmy Collins' broken JoneSDOFO UetS leg toward the fag end of the grind that hurt them more than : anything else. Although he missed 39' games and hit only .274, the Ripper batted in 71 runs, or more than all the other Cubs except Husky Joo Bcinor, Notre Dame's All-America football tackle, puls all lu's 210 pounds into Ills olforls as he prepares himself for the position of number one shot-putter on the track sqund. . Mo,, Apr. 13. -llnrol:! Koopman, lanky right- hander, has drnwn tllc starting assignment, Thursday afternoon, April *. iijtilii.sl Die St. ixwls Cardinals here, when they piny the Carulh- eisvillc Pilots. Koopinnn, who wus with the Pilots a short lime last year. had von and lost two games euch when he \viis forced lo retire for the remainder of the year be- cnuse of H sore arm. Mniingrr .Simmons today un- noimicn his opening lljicup an follows: Al Sacemau, ccnterneld; FiedJIe Mondon. sliortstpp; Russell Cilldlg, third bast; J-Ycildii! Leoiiliarfil, first base; Joe Bewick, left field; llalph Hopper, rlglit field; Hob Stanlon, second base; Eddie PIlo or Manager Simmons, catcher; and Kooumnti, pitcher. Simmons snid other members of the Pilots' mound .staff, Including Charley Picliter, Wilson Kocwlng, l.ce icnslcr, I>O»K Strauss, Milton Lowery, and possibly one ta p two > i more late comers to Hie team, likely < ' would gel n rlian:« lo go iift.iliist I Ilic "Gas House Giing." > Pichtcr and Kocwlng, mi'tnbcre ' I of the team last year, arrived in camp here Monday. Several others from over this section and nearby. vicinities have reported for tryonls.' Among them are Hugh Williams, McGlicc. Ark,; Bill Bellls, Clialfce Mo. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13, 1938 The PAYOFF Bl% McCnniey the break to which lie Is entitled. It Is high time Ihnt someone did something for the gray hilt ™>7 v'nll? M.lte " r ° fe ' ssor ' w ' 10 ms , n "™ (l " f ' sherllT '"f with no more authority than a.' Ty 11 'm , glorinecl office boy. He'll see (o It \ OtUi I IQVQY Q\. that Schmellng's minks are .wifely i « , i ,—, . alxrard the first steamer sailing for, JVJ UfClGr 1 1*191 Players From Phillies JONESBORO, Apr. 13. — Nine players were selected from the Philadelphia Phillies Montgomery, Ala base. ,. . Chicago has corking catching''in .Hartnett and Ken O'Dea, and a crack second base combination in Billy Jurges and Herman. If they have a weakness it is in the outfield. Galan fell down In Ills hitting last term, and Joe Marty was not too dependable as iv fly- chaser or on the bases. It might "tfijrhis; told President Houston Johnson he hnd chosen what he believed to be the crenm of Uie crop and all are excellent Class D The Dope Bucket By J. P. Friend Sammy Bangh of football and baseball fame will tinve additional incentive to toss thojc touchdown passes and bang out a homer or two from now on. The lady is Edmonia Smith, wilh whom he is shown arriving at Fort Worth, Tex., on their way to Sweelwater to be vied. SOON—As the when he backed mower, "It won't Iiit'o" Ihp be lo liu-n I now rent edition of Giants in action before we will get to sec the cu Blythcvlllc — *...., Managcr Merschell Bobo in a long distance telephone conversation with Secretary Fred S. Siilfbn confirmed the statement In his last letter that he would leave tomorrow morning at 7 o'clock and expected lo arrive at 7:30 p.m. . . . Bobo didn't shed much light as to who definitely would be brought, but he gnvc us fuel for speculation by saying "I might gel Pavich," meaning, of course, Peter "Pumpkin" Pnvich, the "Joisey" kid who turned In such n job of shoi (slopping for the Ginnis hist year . . . Pete va.s in the Blythe- viile lineup during Monday's exhibition game with Fort Smith, Etcnrlnc one hit in two official trips lo the plutc and two chances perfectly . . . Pratt, lust yenr a first .wicker, prospects. Twenty three are now under contract, seven rookies having been signed from the Kay Doan basc- .- - a ..J ball school at Hot Springs, and five pay Grimm to use Curl Reynolds a' holdovers from the 1037 team. —'" — ' The first training session lor the locals is scheduled for 10 o'clock great spring .hitter, in the early go ing. He also has George Stoinuack,, Jimmy Asbell, and Herman Trip-; Thursday morning. At least 40 boys lett, who hit .356 for Memphis. Traynor Bearing Down Pittsburgh has a potent punch distributed throughout its baiting order, some of the more promising pichers, and Al Todd. But Traynor is too timid. He waits too long for rallies. He also is excitable. It would pay the Pirates to employ the hit and run to a greater extent and to attempt to steal more bases. are expecUxl lo be on hand for the initial drill. Manager cooler will likely arrive vrllli hl.s youngsters late Wednesday night. Burley Grimes, Ed Hughes. Albert McCarthy. Lester Bowling, pitchers, and Hnlph Miller, in- fielcler, Imve been here for some L time. Grimes and McCarthy have 0 been working out at the American I Legion Park for the past week while handling George --- .sacker, third baseman, nnd outfielder, played second iincl while he didn't break into the hit column, he scored two runs and mode pood three of four chances . . * • • MAYBE—Pressed ns to whether Clyde "Spot" Reed, the local boy who established such an exceptional record in '31—hl.s first full season in organized halt—would be back, Bobo said he was "hopeful" and there was a "good possibility" . . . U seems that Reed hasn't done any pitching since he ar- vivcd—not many have, as far us that Is concerned, due to the weather—and If nfter he- has worked .some and Frank Brabill Traynor fining several of his! IU| Bhes, who now lips Ihe scales at athletes lor their parts in a celebration at Barstow, Call!., may be an indication that he is tired of the Buccaneers taking advantage of his good nature. Johnny Bizzo hit .358 for Colum bus. He supplies the outfit, with needed right- handed batting strength. Arky Vaughan again starts at shortstop, although he belongs in the outfield. Percentage and age are against the Giants. Better clubs than Horace Stoneham's have been unable to cop three consecutive championships. Carl Hubbell cannot go on forever, and as Bill Terry's Meal Tickel goes, so go the Polo Grounders Memphis Bill Is depending on Hubbell, Hal Schumacher, Cliff Melton, and Harry Gumbert, as his starters, and on Bill Lohrman to be the fifth man until'Slick Cattleman's back is well. Scholarly Burgess Whitehead, who was supposed to be frail, has been In every game for two winning seasons, and when he returned to second base the olher aftetrnoon, following his appendectomy, he looked like a chap n-ho had never been aw&y. Johnny McCarthy should improve at first base. Mel Ott doesn't belong on third base, but his presence there enables Terry to send a wore formidable batting order to the rubber. Wally Berger may be traded to the Reds for a right-handed pitcher. Terry ; wlll continue to play 'em close to Uie vest, hoping that the others make enough mistakes for the Giants to prevail. Beware the Dark Horse The Cardinals are such dark horses that Prank Frisch doesn't know who wlll catch-or play shortstop or third base. But Ihe Red Birds have Dizzy Deau and Lon W»meke, Joe Medwlclc and Johnny M!M, and an unconquerable spirit. Brooklyn is the most improved club In the second division, with wi alr-Ught Infield for a change Burtelgh Grimes is getting along betMr with his men. •ill M«Kechnle will get Ihe most Hit) pounds, started conditioning Monday. Work on the park nnd the installation of the 34 reflectors should be completed this week. Hudson Tackles Palace; Hubbard Takes On John's Hudson Tailor Shop will meet Palace Cafe and Hubbard Hnrd- ware company will take on John's Confectionery In the first matches of the second half campaign In the City Bowling league tonight at Sudbnry's Playhouse. Friday night Terrs' Service Sla- ion, first Jialf winner, meets Arkansas-Missouri Power corporation and Dr. Pepper clashes with Holt Funeral Home. I!V IMKIty OKAVSON Sporls Editor, NKA Servile NKW YORK, April 13. _ For Willie Mncfarlane's money, Robert lyre Jones Is .still (be lw.it sinker n bull in golf. Macfarlanc is among the com- ujiljvely (aw playing pmlcssloiuls who deny thai tJis Ororglnn Ire- Hijs In the has-been clitss. '"Ihere's nothing'the mutter with silts' game that couldn't be cured by a liberal dose of twnpellllon," •iuys the veteran Scotsman with Ihe ministerial appearance who bested Uie c:ie-tlnic matchless product of East Luke ill Woj-CMtcr in u double In mEdio; for Professor It fnrihV h, Ino i 'l ht • and n " ollt McCarney Is sitting on lnlUch l'oi) of U.e corked world as head ' ' man '» II|S ral »P »'• Ullda s. wliidi ' llllt n'. 30 kilos e , „ ""I 3 r |> "" ?'' lhe < >/.'"""" " ta "-° ut ! ls sit " fllc " "' ; McCarney. ! f| . ol(l j, am)j , u . g . r , "P W " y f0> ,'' C| , )as " i Wllh lll > <lf » llll , cl »s ! " !1 » <>r Klstlana iir.-ludimj rooms, - "" d '"" V a ' cfi llliU aml ll " : to:il »>' foo'J. . • J ' ntn^ii till t; Ul ll\ i SH, championship. Hcrr Moxie Professor McCaniey' is beverages, : partners, doing all ;,.,,,,, i"""--""!'. "INI famiv prolcssw MuCarney is iloin« an i, ''„ ' J " ! " St imvl)u(i J'' I '''Bill I'J' himself. Bi, crowds pay and JL rtallv IM.I^ n c*> ^r him t,i i .. , a . ''• and JL really w.-i.s nice of him give liis ol-.l associate the nod Dudas, erstwhile hash Mini much u.s u'.,, marks- lo see „„.„. ,„,„ lv)lile llle imfeiili0 c. •"" > Wl1lcs "«" lw '' n ' 1 ^ oltj " u » ;, „ nnthor Open ])lay-oir for the National cuiiimplon.slilp of 1025. Macfnrlime played with .Jones in ' . ' tiiiie-ii() victim of |sntisli«l 1 : C( '" i)i| ' s l'"--» l y of I 'i ',»..' old " S • sc ' c " !1(l M " lio " ' tt "- 1111:l - '<"' Jil.'ie 22. ,,i Ntw According to more u>nn one trained observer who saw Ben Fconl. Uie South African, stay 12 Die recent Masters' Tom-nainctjt, 1'Ciuul.s with him not Ion* 1130, the and advises those who are .skeptical! Eehnmling lejjs were m>t exactly about Ihe Allaman's eiirrent class' a pair of sturdy ones. He wi!l be 10 luok nt the Animslu results. |:i3 years old in September. Jones jumped into it high pre.s- ! Slavic's Worst l.'rror sure field., ngainsl the nation's crack .'. Professor McCarney, one of the barnstormers, and outsvored such} last of buxing's old guard, did his top (lighters as johnny Revolts, j customary good Job of liallyhaoliv Ray Mnngrtim, Bobby Cruickshank, I " pugilistic nobody in Germany* HU-IOM Smith, Willy Cox. Ky 'Ma- ol:l prolcssor had a new field l-allocn, Tony Maiicro. Craig Wood.] . . . a murveloiis audience and Sam Sneud. He tai all ihc j and niude the most ul the oppor- Wulker Cup ntnutcurs in the com- i timity. He went completely Nazi OJ1 professor has been enough to kncnv when . wi-l] off. Thanks to Hcrr Hiding, lie's in on a sellout, . getting; well financially . . no pair. »« never get straightened out ant- drew his relensc after dropping a couple of games—one of • them to the Giants ... He Is hopefn of milking good again, and if hi docs, (lie Giant setup will have I more added local color with Reei and • Alexander in the fold Incidentally, both Imve been Ir training «t. the high school. * » • SOAK—We happened to rni across our good n-lciul and neigh- ibor, Marvin "Soak" Sanderson,, th | affable; nnd able coach at Lnxorn high, while he was In town yes terdny and coaxed him to indulge in a cup of coffee lo pry out a piece of news from him atxmt the "goings on" at his workshop . . . And was he ready to talk! About all he wanted to discuss wns his new gymnasium already, miller construction and, in fact almost finished . . . Yes. sirce, inke It from ol 1 Soak, they are certainly going to have SOME piacc to play basketball this frill nnrl winter . . . The brick veneer building, said lo cost $15.000 when completed, will have floor space of 80x43 nnd n seating of SCO. The best of materials are being used and it is going to be. a bcaiity Mnri'iii also dropped the hint that he should have another "pretty fair" six mnn football leam this fall. . ... HC lost hut one member of his championship outfit . . . His .track team is .small In. numbers but What-he hns on hand is said to be A-l calibre. "Not world healers," mind you. lie decided lie Fort Smith Bobo could wanted him for Die club Ihcre Is nothing .say except "okay and petition—Tullci; KocxJ.s, Ward and Yules. Junes' Famous Swing Flows Smoothly in Same Old Groove "If Jones Is n used-lo-be, ivlrat does that make the rest of us?" inquires Macfarlanc. "Jones led Snead by several strokes, and Sneart Is supposed lobe the hottest find since Johnny Me- Dermotl burst upon the scene in 1000. "Snead's defenders say, 'You can't judje a man In one tournament.' I agree with them, but the same thing applies to Jones. It isn't lair lo rate him on one appearance either. "Still, I'm willing to rest Jones' case on his performance at Augusta. A fellow who can top Ryder Cup regulars like Horton Smith, Hevottn. and Snead at 72 holes can't be all washed lip. —r s shots any better than he the Masters, His swing smoothly in the old groove. "If Jones barnstormed around the tournament circuit wilh the 'gntigV'he soon would start grabbing His share of prize money. Augusta. National Brings Out Caliber of Champion's Shots "It takes a real course like the Augusta National to bring out the caliber of a champion's shots. Most of the winter circuit courses are lucre drive nnd pitch Inyouls, calling for no finesse or brain work. "Jones doesn't get the practice we do in putting nt cups cut' on tricky side slopes on the greens, or tucked away In hnrd-fo-get-at spnls. "They trick up courses for tournaments. Jones plays his practice rounds on courses which are open nnd aboveboard tests." Willie Macfarlane, who should know, is quite positive lhat it is just as well for the money players that Bobby Jones doesn't intend (o make another intensive campaign. pending the payoff, which is .sonic- thing for which the professor cannot be blamed. Had Sclimeliiig stuck lo Professor McCarncy, lie would not have been given the run-around he got for two years. It was the old professor who weaned Hcrr Moxie away from his original manager. Arthur Bu- !ow, nine years ago. Professor McCarncy permitted his partner of long standing-, joe Jacobs, lo manage Schmeling. nnd N'OTICI-: is lirfeby given Unit the Greyhound Lines has filed nn ap- . ,u,,ii icr u pernili lo erect a one story brick, lile ami steel building of commercial type on l.o'.:; ! and 2, Bloc): 7 of the Davis Addition to Blylheville, Arkan-i .sas for the purpose cf using a por-i lien (hereof as wailing room and j bus depot. Permit for the erection of .said building will be issued alii'r thirty days from the date lieifof iiiitcxs protest. Is filed n.s [irf. ided by lav.-. i Ualed this April 13, 1933. JOE CARNEY, City Engineer. l3-lS-20-2a-27-29-May 4-C between job of the pair booming the did a fine Ferocious Frankfurter to the heights. Jacobs actually snatching the title for Die Pretzel Pounder with his cry of foul the night Jack Sharkey's left hook strayed out of bounds. Eventually, Professor McCarney was cut out by Jacobs. Their partnership came to a sovry ending with the old professor getting his Spiders have existed for months without load. -•• *•!"• i wim nit uiu [jioicssui Retting nis 1 never saw Jones hit his long dander up and breaking a statuette IflTC 'ii^t. Vim* tni- »!•..«.» L.^ ,[i.i :„ ,. „, .. <* •iim.m.vn. did m . of Schmeling over Yussel the MIIS- flowed cle'.s head. Yvissel Ihc Muscle re- j NEW YORK, April 13. — Schmeling finally Ls giving Max Prof. Head Courier News Want r-<\t. . more ixnvcr to you" . . . is no question that "Spot" would strengthen the pitching stalf He, "Lefty" Alexander and Ben Lingle (whose '37 record was H-5) would give the liobomen n real nucleus to slnrt with and Bobo .should find nt least two more good ones from the other seven lie is slated to get ... One thing is certain: we will know tomorrow night and c.in slop this speculating as to who will or won't be tack . . . Thank goodness! LOCAlr-Anothcr Blylheville boy is to make a bid for a Giant berth this year ... He Ls Walter "Bud" Lutes, also a pitcher . . . Bud hurled for the Osceolu Indians for n full season and part cf another . . . His record in '36 was 10-1, with an earned run average of a Ittle belter than four runs per game . . . Handicapped by a wrenched ankle during spring training last season. Bud could DO YOU BELIEVE IT UNLUCKY TO BREAK A MIRROR? SAVINGS ON USED CARS ALL * I All AIM 1931 Chevrolet Coupe $99.00 Rtiiis good—Good Tires 1935 Plymouth Sedan $199.00 Good Shape ... NO Trade 1937 G. M. C. 1/2 ton Pick-Up $575.00 Clean, Ixw mileage. 18" Wheels. 1935 Chevrolet % ton truck $175.00 A Bargain 1936 G. M. C. iy 2 ton Truck $395.00 Long W. B. Stake body. Real buy. LEE MOTOR SALES, Inc. G.M.C. Trucks Sales ant} Service OMsmobiles TH£LOOKIN6 SUPERSTITION is dipped i HAS BEEN A don 't n«d a mirror to see that c is a difference in whiskies... to Icarr, that T. W. Samuels will never go weak" on you. Make a comparison for yoursel [. S« that the last sip tastes just as good as (he first. For 94 years, a Samuels has supervised the bottling and distillation of " TiW ." at , he Samuc , s Dis ,||| eryi Arkansas Distributor Distributing C»mp3ny-i.| tt | e Rock tnined Herr Moxie along with the pieces of the .statuette. Deflating Mr. Jacobs But perhaps it was the manner In which Jacobs dismissed McCarney that gave Schmeling the idea of dismissing Yussel the Muscle as far as any serious business was concerned. At any rate. Jacobs is in Germany awaiting the Dudas fight, but NOTICE Or SCHOOL ELECTION Notice is hereby {jiven that the Examiner of Mississippi County County, has called an election to lie held in Biirclelte School District No. 35 of Mississippi Comity, on the 22 day of April. 1338, at which the qualified electors in said School District shall vole on the question of n lonn from tin- Revolving Lonn Fluid, and the levying of n special tax of :i mills annually on the assessed valuation of the taxable property in the district so long as Is necessary to repay .said loan and Shown above in Iho first photograph taken since he was charged with murder, Vernon Spencer, former New York Ginnis outfielder, i= shown at Saull Sto. Marie, Out., between sessions of his trial on cliai-gps ol slaying Miss Helen Grier, Pontiac, Mich., stenographer. The girl was shot to death while slie and Sp_encer were at n htuitim; camp in the Canadian woods. the interest thereon. Such election shall be held at Burdette School on the 22 day of April, 1938, between the hours of 2:00 o'clock P. M. and fi:30 o'clock P. M., and otherwise in the .same manner a_s is provided by law for holding annual school elections. WITNESS my hand this 7lh day.' of April, 1538. MRS. THOMAS R. IVY, County Examiner, Mississippi County. ..T-M-21 Hemorrhoids-Piles CUHEl) WITHOUT SURGERY & GUARANTKKU Safo, lore »nd with less discomfort. All diseases and conddloru of ntrrouj origin, foot ailments »nd tkln c»n«rj treated nod cured at our clinic, DRS. NIES & NIES Osteopathlc rhyslcUni SM M^n Phone 98 Bljttevtlle, Ark. m HIGH QURLITV flT R Heui Low Prite TJERE is the tire sensation of]93S. 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