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Thursday, June 25, 1936
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SIX- _ EJ/miEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS i Klmiliigham made , tlirc-e hits, tlrh'lDK iii five runs and scoring two himself. Jimmy Sinollicrnmn, Phillips hurler, did pretty well foi- him- J sail, keeping Afk-Mo fairly well; in hand except lor imp or lv/o Innings. The box scores: First Game A13 MdVlullin Tosses Away •Win; Smilh's Managerial Debut Unsuccessful The Tealn Rcwnson Dm? . Pastime Billiard Famous store . W. I.. Pet. i Ark-Mo Power R D Hughes . PW11 ps Motor East Arknnsis McMullIn Welch, rf Hljdon. 2b ... Ultlc. If Haney, 31) Abernalhy, f-f Gatiies. Ib Rccd. c Gray, ss . Barker, cf I K Eubanks, p Totals Robinson Dmi> Tlpton, ?b II PO A 1 1 0 I 0 I 1 1 1 'i 2 1 Hcrndon Hilling Star For Caruthersvillc; Osccola, Balesvillc Win 2 ... 11(( Tlic Odccola Indians defeated 3 7 ojlhc Newport Cardinals 4 lo 1 at U 2 (; I Occola yesterday behind 2 2 o! fcclive pitching of Al 2 f t Qiyoung brother of Hurry I i ojnco of the Philadelphia 0 ] ] i Vomit! Kellcy IlinlU'd the By •Inrry Grayson ii/mrv OITPjro ilvdLU PI III Ita NEW YORK—Among them, tlie St. Ixmls Cardinals, Chicago Cubs, ami Pittsburgh Pirates should keep the.. National League end of llic )93(i world series In file west. With the Detroit Tigers hard hit Ijy Injuries and illness and thu j Cleveland Hid lans again a dls- -larry's Kid Brother' and Tom Mabiy Slar in friitmph Wednesday By J .1'. I-'KIMND OSCEOLA, Jiinc 25.—Tiic Osceola eighth. Two Red Birds were let! itranded. Kellcy fanned pinch hitter Rccliollt to end the game, and throttled a promising rally. Score by Innings: Newport 100 000 000—) Osceoln 010 001 , 20x—4 liitllci'U'.s: Callahan, Sutlierlln and T. Murphy; Kelley and Rucker. I InaLs to live scnlli'i-ed hits while] 30 10 15 18 7 A!) R H PO A v?..,, appointment, mi eastern array,| IirJhin.s protected their hall game I"].,' 1 either the New York Yankees or', margin over Caruthersvillc, Mo. ' y ''tlie lioston Gold Sox, appears dos- for first place In lhc Northeast Ar- tlned to represent Ihe American ^kansas Ix-agne by beating the Ncw- 1.1'ngnc for Ine first time since port Cardinals for the second Cnrd- 1 141 400 0 — 10 401 231 x—11 Summary Errors—Welch 2. Bhickard, sf 1 Brooks, c .'. 2 Potter, c-sf 4 , f .~ league leadlns Robinson Warrlnsto:i, 3b .... 4 Brug company club ci the Com-' Jornfon, Ib 3 Jietcitil toft ball league finally l!rcR:lon, if .) sujfecdcd in accepting n game, Taylor, rf 3 from McMullin's Grocers last Crowe, ss ;! light 11 to 10, after each team. Rodrry, cf 3 Imfl made numerous attempts to; C'op'.'bnd, p :t Blic.the conlcst to Hie other. 1 . . — In the fccoml came of the! Tolnls 33 11 12 21 H night's donbleheader the Arkan-] s=nrf ' bv Innings: sas-Mis5ouvi Power company Klei-- i McMiillln tries.. fulled to nliake their losing jinx- despite lhc master minding j . - -. .... of John smith, who succeeded i cl011 ' '-""e 2. nancy, Abjrnathy Hirmon liylor as manager, and! Galnes, Gray, um-ker, Tlpton 3 \unt do\ui before Philll]is Motor i Foliar. Joliimn. Huns baltedln- ccmpnny in » free hitting uffnlr, J Welch, Iinn-jy. Abernathy. Galnes The Grocers and Druggists made :a total of 14 errors between (hem, with the Giocm tripping up a limes. McMullin's crew outliit the IrAdui; Diusglsts, 15 lo 13, and ca»ned 7 runs lo 4 earned runs for Rbblnson but they couldn't, overcome the handicap of errors ami mpplin •The Giccers mow a 10 to 5 lead a$l HID Uriiscslsts came from far behind to win, l>Sng the score In the fifth when Kendij! relieved ... „„ •Ejjbanks on the mound for the ™ |n uK Motor All R Hl'OA Grocei 1 ; anil going ahead to win 1'iilhe sixth on Rooster Warring- tdfi's fourth consecutive hit and Ta^loi s single. | hi, mute.s collected ID off Calla-:., . , . ~. m ~ ^-isssst ^ ^j^^sL, Irmiiif-d the Jone.sboro Giants, Si"'"." 1 "? foiK uuim.s to 3. in Carullioi-M-mc, llcnulon, :;clllw Io °" banncr ' Mccml baseman, led llic Badgers nidi n homer, triple, and .slnsjli! out of four trips lo tin- plate. • At i'anijjould the Rebels dropped a Ii to 4 (teclslon in Ihe Ilales- , ville irlub anil their former le;un- nuile. Alvln Bennett, drove in tile 1 v.'lnmiH! mil In the rifihlh Inning. Voorlices was the wlnnliin hurler. out eight lidM'K | lh| , Wnshln «,„ s .,, lliU , rs crashed' slraishl time, 4-1, 'here yesterday , -, yeray It was an nil- 1 hel.lnd the live hit pitching of Al' tlm ''""• *"" h " C(i Kcllcy ' > tolm e ht ° a ™ of Har- nts V W"* «' e r y K(M "* '"^""c Southern As- Gray, nirker :>.. Eitbiinks '<, Brocks ?.. Potter. Wnrrhi'ilon, Johnson Earned runs—McMullIn 7; Robinson 4. Two I>:ISB lilts—Welch, lla- ncy, Johnson, liome run—Kuhanks Double plays—\Varrinston, Johnson niul Wnrrlngion: Taylor to Johnson. Haw on bjlls—off Enbanks 4: Copjlaitd 1, Strikeouts—Copclnml 1. Hits—off Eubanks, 8 hits. 0 runs In 4 uione out In lifth, on-j on). Ijosiiv; pitcher—Kcndlg. Umpires— nrawniiig and Whltley. .Second Game Phillips Motor Burnham. ss R. Burns, 3b Klnnlno'imm. i Roberts, c Whittle, cf ' . ' 1 ' lf JfcMulhn scored one rim in the w . . . (list bill the Druggists made it " ls ™"' . b^ck In thcii half. Then the Gro- cei jumped well ahead with four iiiiw in the second. They added another m lhc third but Robin- 1 ton gol tint one back with one in II lliflr Inlf Tlie McMullins appeared lo tnlt the game away with ftjur in Die fourth inning, with EuLnnks' homer playing a pan. Bkit • Robinson camu buck to run 11*:^ total to four by making two in the last of the fourth and lied It' up in the n mi. mr. 2b Smothcrinan, p •Timl. rf Totals 3 7 2 f . As Jimmy Wilson, manager of the Phillies, points out, Ihe Cubs arc chesty again, und yon know lo-,v they carried that confidence sill the way to u winning streak of n s sodiulun star, now with lite Ath letics. lelh-s. The "Kid" had his ciiri'e bail working beautifully, Wanking the visitors after the first Inning, when troy stored their lone run di:e ta Tom Mabry's two base error of J. Mtii-piiy's easy fly. However, the left /inkier more than made up for ia.i.1 au=u:ii Ills mult before the game was over. They believed He lied the score in the second with i that they were 'in" last autumn. | n lu^>i.v home run over the ri^ht !Joe Medwlck says that lie was so' "eld wall, singled in the furth. I r dlsvnsted over file failure of his : drove In Paul Hucker In Ihe sixth 1 varsity to top the plums that he w ' 111 anothei- single to nut Osceola f did not even read about the world nlirad. and walked on his last ap- •- series between the Tigers and the' liearaiK-e for a perfect day with 21 straight and t'ne championship hist September, The Cardinals' pans grow sour n'ery time Ihe Cubs' 1935 stretch spurt Is mentioned. THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1030 Sniitlifrn Atlanta Nashville nirjiilnsliam Litlle Rock xChattanooga ..,, xNe',v Orleans — Memphis Knoxville x Night games. League W. .... 48 .... 42 .... 35 35 .... 32 .... 32 .... 30 25 National 90,000 Candlcpower In- slallalioii Underway a I Baseball Park CAUUTIIERSVILLE, Mo.—T h r Caruthersvillc Baseball Association yesterday announced plans to inaugurate night baseball 'iisrc Wednesday night. July 1. Dr. T. J. Collins, member of the board of directors, stilled that nil equipment has bren received. The lights will be 02 feet above the ground: There are to be ten poles, erected In a circle, :!5t) feet In diameter. It be 350 35 17 12 21 15 Ark-Mo Powci Taylor, cf-sw Ganskc. cf-sf J. Burns,' 2b . Oslom. p Tlie Bimc was "marked by fre- Wnvrlnglon, rf J0 ™ n " >:—Mullins baited for Haidin in 4th. AB R II PO A disputes Blackard of the v.nd Mnrshnll RoWuson clnh Lanishcd from the name by Uhipire Heibeil Browning in second inning -for> 'abusive Jan- Kuage." Browning Indicated lhat he would recommend a suspension fqr Blackaid'in a letter :to Fred Ssllbi, loop president... ' ' iVeine Rimer, former Robinson' c Quthpiw ace. who was reccntlv 'ccured hi Ark-Mo, tnlletl to go . Ib Prekes, 3b ...... Bi'ojdon, If Hires', rf-sw-aii . Rimer, p-rf . Cheatham, s? ;i 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 2 2 2 2 r from 'home plate lo the ccnlcrlleld polo, and 359 feet from Ihe pole behind third base to Ihe pole be hind first base. There will bo two poles, -or twelve lights, behind third and first. Tlie other poles will be p'tead equidistant from home mC llu- outfield poslllons. Ench nole will be equipped wit'u six reflectors, using l!il)0-walt , Tills will miikc Ihe Cavnlh- - > field one of this entire section. Almost twice ns much candle-power will be i:se( 'here as at the 48.000 candlepower Totals so 10.12 20x ( x—Klnnlngliain' out for leavlnp base. Score by Inninjs: Phlllllus Motor ... 401 COS 2—17 _ ____ ........... ..... ^ 0 o globes. There will be 1)0,000 canillo- 0 o power. 0 c j cr - 1 >vllli > field one of the lightest in 0 o 4 ( 2 ! . 3 c Joncsboro, Ark., field, Collins said 1 c | The system Is the Benjamin light- 4 ,0., Ing system, and matcrlfils were - r ;e- 0 '(-'cured from the Membhls brand 1 office. The lights are being iuslalled hj the American Legion, which own' Legion Park, home of the Badgers ^.kinvii ,,j iiiK-iMU, IHIK'CI IO go ,;. ,,,T J ft the route for the second straight i P1 '"''' s AIotor ••• ' l01 005 2—17 timp since joining the Electrics.l A™-* 10 Power |05 103 0—10 Rimer allowed 11 hits mid 14! Siimmary: Errors—Burnham, R Rimer allowed 11 hits and 14 i runs being jerked in the fifth' Inning bmith making his debut as AfX-Mo manager,'turned the Elec-1 . •- — •> -• n •-•»«. tries line no upside down and in- \ „' i'." lnrns . Cloar 2. mint 2. Taylor trcduced a couple of new faces " buj:_falled to get results. One of his-new men, Jordan, n big first biEcman from Steclc, hit a home ruh: in the third inning when Rimer also blasted one for the circuit Tavlpr, who relinquished thfe managerial reins lo Smith, irdde three hits to lead the Hot- points at bat. One of the principal reasons for Bro '*» in g the Art-Mo defeat or the Motor-i Burns 2, Klnntiigiinm, Whittle Mulllns, Ganske 2. Krekes. Hires Mierow. Cheatham. Huns batted in -Kinninghatn. Roberts 2. Whlltl; Mulllns, cioar 2. mint 2. Taylor ! 2. Ganske 2. JorJnn 3, Rimer. is.\rn- ;ed runs—Phillips n : Ark-Mo PM-! er 7. Two base hlU-Kinnin ? ham i Three base hits—Hums. Mullins | C'nsatham. Hojnc runs—Rimer : Jordan. Bns= on balls—olf Rimer C: Odom 3. StVlksouls—Smotber- ; nian I; Rimer 4. Hits—oil miner : H. v.ith 14 runs In 5 innin in? pilclier—Rimer. Umpires- Whi.ley. Inslallation was decided upon after committees from the Lsjfcn Baseball Association and towns people had met to discuss the ad visibility of Ihe plan. Harry Malloure Is chiiirman of the Lcijioi committee, Dr. Collins of fhe Base ball As-oolatton. All uronns uie co opsratlng in th c undertaking. In the future, all week-day game nt home will be nlayed under th lights, with Sunday games to b played in Ihe afternoon. Newpor ts to be the visiting (earn for lit opening of baseball here. At a recent meeting of the boar three new directors were elected ,. New directors arc Curtner Pierce Los- Wcd Matthews and w. II. Green Other directors arc Dave Pillow president; Dr. T. J. Collins. Van Johmon, and Wid Matthews, former big league baseball player, sec:i rctnry-treasurer. llcliliif,' roubles Cards They sity lhat wedding bells are ) rlnr; for Medwick t'nis fall, by he way. 'Tile bride-to-be is a St.] x>tlis miss, according to the report Niching is ' • - -• mis, wlmse ci .._ .. . itarl too auspiciously the willow. He made n sensiitlonal catch of Manager Hamilton's long foul near t'nc left field fence in the seventh. "Lefty" Cullalian inatehe/J Kelley i" pitching skill until he weak- Clll 'd '" sixth, the Indians forg- rr. , worrying the Cardi- ln S " "'"'I on Mabry'.s hit. astern trip did not | louched for fhree more h its and s ,. lioston, \ lwo lu "s In the seventh, and failed ifter they compiled a record of 15 i lo come up for the eighth. Slither League W. I,. ... 30 23 ... 36 23 . - - 30 27 New York 35 21 Cincinnati 31 30 Boston 30 34 Philadelphia 21 42 Brooklyn 21 43 St. Louis Chicago Pittsburgh American New York .. Boston Washington League W. 1. .... 42 21 ,... 37 27 33 31 'Iclorles In 23 starts at home. Paul Jean is nursing an uilliij arm. U-o Durocher lias been bothered illli an Injured thumb and a bad- y swollen finger on his throwing land. Charley Gelbeit has been to carry on, but he Is far a DuroL'ncr in the Held, due lln, another foi-k.Tander, worked the .final round and was .saved by a fast double play. Kellsy was fn trouble n few time* but fast, fielding, and stout hearted pitching pulled him out. Wilh Minners on first and second in the' foiu-tb hs slipped a fast third st:V:e Cleveland Delroit 33 Chicago 29 Philadelphia 24 St. Louis 20 Northeast Pet .C80 .575 .500 .500 .485 .418 .423 .437 Pet .067 .010 .511 .505 .508 .4CD .333 .OG7 .618 .5 Hi .510 .508 .415 .387 .339 Johnny Marrs Wins Mat 1 Title at Augusia, Ga.i CAIlUTHFinSVILLE, Mo.—Jolin- '• Jiy Marrs, light heavyweight wrest-1 lor who formerly lived here andj at Dycrsburg, is the new southern: lipht heavyweight mat champion,! friends here here informed yes- ! Id-day. Marrs defeated Jack Roys, veteran malman, for the litle in Augusta, Oa., recently. The match was one fall. Ross being unable to return foi- the .second match, having been seveiely jarred by Marrs' vicious flying tackle attack, It was stilted, Read Courier News classilied Ade. AT'l'i;MK)N CANIHIUTKS! 1 can furnish you correct lists of Ijona lide voters, in-- riin?.td alphateUcally. by school ili-strlL'ts. CIIBAP. C. J. Ll'lTMS, link' BldL'., lilyiiievillo Jiefoi'o ^'011 Hny Any NEPTUNE 2 ii. I-. Q f \r Single Cyl. '<?*'> (Other Ki/es to 10 11. I'.) HIJIiBAHi) TIKE & HATrKKY CO. LUIH ii uuiuLinjr in iiu; in.m, HUB • — ••• *•• "- jnii\/^<i i\ u o his Inability to B et around with |)nsl A<lx - Atl Inning lhc nlmblcness of thc itc<l Bird P. 1 ^' } fa °T wlt'n a s The Cardinals expect „„ , Mize to turn into a home run king in right field. "Mize may become the successor to liabe Until," says old Jess llaines, who palnls out that the Giant Georgian has the perfect later T. Mur- iin»l9. advanced on Callahan's saerince, but Ma- Johnny ''""'' c ' : "" e '" fllst lo si»nv J. Murphy s tow liner and ncseed perfectly lo second for a double play. Jimmis Liberlo was forced to back ui> against the right Held fence to pull down Kltzmiller's dangerous looking drive for the dual 01 ,i | n the stance, stride, and swing to become n great home run hitler. The trouble with Mire in rljht field, however, h Dial he Is a defensive menace there. He turns singles into extra-base hits for tha opposition, and 11 Is doubtful If even the Gas House Gang, wil'.i Us rugged, swashbuckling style of play, is good enough to ca'rry n right fielder who makes so many mistakes and only now and then helps his own cause by lifting the ball Into t'ne ne.xt coiinly. « T » l-'rlscli Moans Low Prank Frlsch moans his blues at all limes. The cardinal mai«"er replays Ihe games that have lueii lost, and remarks: "Now. had we won those we wouldn't 'nave anything to worry aboui.." Priscli always is slopped on (hat one. Dizzy Dean picks on tin: boss continuously. f'Listeu, 1-Vankte." says Dlz "You'll be thinking about something to worry about after we win those four straight from file Yankees in the world series. 1/jai: at our IHtlu manager—ain't h.< Cheerio, himself?" There is only one Osceola Cnruthcrsvllle Jonesboro ... Newport Paragould .. Datesville ... Arkansas League W L. Pet. 24 diuals, and It will tight t! 1D cu!)-- ris'iit down (o the wire. And niz/y ncan's remark give; you an idea of what Ny.'.nna! Lraguers think o : the Amp lean League situation. Like cvfvbndv che, they can't, sec the Gold Sox with litlle more In t'.ic way of Pitching that old E >b Grove i"«i Wes Perrell. T.ic Pirates? Well, the bold crew Is plenty surprising right now, and there's no telling when the current show horse will catch up with and puss the rest of f,iD field. Baseball Results Southern League Memphis 5-0, Atlanta 3-2. Birmingham n, Nashville 8. N'ight Ciames Chattanooga at New Orleans. Little Rock -1. Knoxville 1. Nsitlnntil League New York 4-1. Pittsburgh 3-4. St. Louis at Philadelphia, rain. Chicago at Boston, rain. Cincinnati nt Brooklyn, rain. American l.eajjue Cleveland 5-14, Philadelphia 3-2 Detroit 7. Boston 6. New York 18, Chicago II Washington 7, St. Louis 4 Northeast Arkansas I.rairuo Caruthersville 0, Jonesboro 4. Batesville G. Paragould 4. Osceola 4. Newport 1. Lawn Mowers SHAIvl'ENIil) On tlic Ideal Sharpener This machine automatically grinds the blades of your mower to iust the proper bevel, assurin" a perfect cutting job.. Your mower will run like new and stay sharp longer than who- shnrn- cned by any other mcUuxI Give us a trial. 1'riec SLOP lilylheville nluehine Shop I'hone 808 or S48 Conner News cmssincd Ads Why GwSf has a new Gas for June JUNE IS THE MONTH of romance and the; month for a new Gulf gas specially refined for summer driving. For as thc temperature climbs, the formula of your gasoline must be changed. 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