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PAGE SIX Abilily of Field Indicates New Recoixl In Big • Event By JIMMY DONAIHJI: >'RA Srrvlce Spoils Writer The Olympic 1500-metCT run appears lo be TUB race' of tlic ancient Grecian classic. Not only lias 11 nn tntirnatloniil atmosphere sup- -plled by entries from Enlaml, the United Slates, Italy, Germany, mil .less favored countries, hut ths cta'< of ivie coinpslltors threatens lo lower the outdoor record of 3:48.8. !St< 'by Princeton's H"l jvmthron. What, a field there'll bel • There's Lulgl Beccah, of Italy, who won In Las Angeles In 1932 setting a .record -of 3:51.2; Bon- throri; Glenn Cunningham, the Yankee 'Holder of the mile record of 4:07; dene Vcnzkc, the rejuvenated Pcun mllcr, who holds tlis woilil Indoor 1500-meter mark of 3:199; mid Jack I/>velock, .Hie! New ' Zcalfindcr running for Cam-I bridge University, who held the mile record before Cunningham broke it. It's little wonder tttat experts are .looking tor the standard to falll With the Yankee big three. Cunningham, nonthron, and ycmke, .ill shape, the United Slates presents its strongest front In this event' since 1908, w'iien Mel Sheppard gtive America its last 1500- meter victory In London. Second Flight Strong And that trio had belter be in shape. Dogging their heels every inch of the way, In the final trials at Randalls island Stadium, Ne«' York, July 10-U, will l>c I'flrec or four dark' horses who have good chances, of ousting the .favorites from the team. The second flight is made up of Joe Mangnn, , ex-Cornell ace; Archie San Homanl of KnnsflS Slate Teachers, national collegiate mile champion In 1835-36, \vho recently lias been overlooked by most of the-experts; and Glenn Dawson, of Tiilsa. Cunningham's pace judgment was very faulty in the Indoor campaigns last winter, and lor that reason he looked at the spikes of Vcnzke and Mangan repeatedly ivmt, and the fact that he wasn't in. the best of condition, gave some idea that three or, four seasons of campaigning had caused Win lo slip. . . ..' However, you have It direct from Larson Robertson, Olympic track coach, that Glenn ..still Is, capable of running a faster quarter and half In a mile nice t'naii any other speedster In the country; and that improvement In his pace Judgment and condition will bring him into the Olympic trials as the fellow to beat at 1500, meters. Matty Gels, the Princeton coach, warns tliat Eonthron is polnthis for an Olympic berth.. This mentor also states that Bonny won't break- records unless matched against, ul fast pacemaker. I Since Venzke, Cunningham, and! Lovelock all arc capable of setting I a fine example for a hanger-on.' Bill may pick up isls heels jusl n bit faster and crack his own record at t:he distance. Dark Horse Has Chance Tre little fellow, San Romani has what It takes to become a winning dark hotte. Just how good he Is can be gauged by comparing him with Don Lash, the Hoosier spccdslcr who has given up mile competition in favor of distance, events after breaking paavo Nur- tnl's tv.-o-raiie record In the recent Princeton Invitational. Jn nojjianl's intercollegiate races tills year, he faced Lnsh every time, and defeated tho Bloominglolt boy. In Ihe distance medley of the Kan sas relays, Archie and Don ran shoulder to shoulder until the last 300 yards, when the former started a sensational sprint and won. in the U'annamnker mile In the Garden, Archie finished fourth, ahead of Lash nnd Norman Bright, In the recent. N. C. A. A, meet JIB again defeated Lash. Last year 'nls best lime at the 1500-mclci distance was 3:51.3 but his coach, Fran Welch, says he's nn even bet to do belter Ihan 3:50 this season, The Soutlirrn Atlanta Nashville ... Llltle Rock . Birmingham Chattanooga New Orleans Memphis League W. I,. .... 48 23 ... 43 Knoxvllle 25 Pel .016 .581 .500 .•(93 .493 •.511 .437 .347 mm HUE (ARK.) COURIER Golfers Will Go I To Paragon Id For On Sunday New York . Boston Washington Detroit 'Cleveland ., Chicago .... Philadelphia St. Louis ... W. -13 38 34 34 33 L>ff 24 20 .508 .408 .381 .333 Billiard , Boys' Jinx Club On Firing Line; Builders Meel Famous By J. I'. I'ltlCNf) Revenge will be the "keynote" of the PMtlme Dllllnrd Parlor attack tonight ivJieu (hey face R. D. Hughes-in the first (."me of ihrs Commercial Softball ix-aguc double bill nt llnlcy Field. The rejuvcnalcd East Arkansas Builders, who have taken on a new lease on life following the return of the cglleglnns, Robert "Red" Haxler, and llyron "Hlney" Moi'so, plan a surprise package for the proteges "of .joe Applrbauni In l»ic second game, .play will begin' al II j).m. Although they have been knocked mound and battered by almost every club |n (be league for the last, two yenr«, for .some reason or another Bob Crimes' charges have always (.(veil "Tiny" Glover nnd 'nls cue arlislfl a merry chase. In their first 'meeting this year the Clothiers knocked them out of n lie with Robinson Drug by pound- Ing out nn 11-2 victory, to provide one of the many .surprise* of the current campaign. They w'nalwl the , 3 tnr out of the ball, collecting n Ijlhltsolf the elongated Pastime star, ' Uan wnrrlngton. and handed them otic or then Uvo defeats in ten th« Nadonnl League W. U St. Louis 40 24 Chicago 33 23 New York ao 27 Pittsburgh 35 Cincinnati 33 Boston 30 Philadelphia '..'. n Brooklyn ;'... 21 30 45 Northeast Arkansas League W .\OsceoIa 24 Caiuthersvillc 24 xJoncsboro ..' 21 Newport 1 '_ 21 Pnragould ..'. 17 Balcsvllle .'.' 12 .000 .553 .525 .430 .279 Baseball Results Southern League Memphis 4, Atlanta 3, n Innings. Chatlnnoogfl 8-1. Nciv Orleans 2-2. .'''••• Nas'nvjllc II, Birmingham 2. Qi.dy games scheduled. .. , - American League New York 1, bhlcago 0. Washington 12, St. Louis 5 Detroit 13, Philadelphia 1. liostoti 9. Cleveland 4, National League Philadelphia 13-!, 8t..Louis 4-13. Cincinnati 5-5, Urooklyn 4-1. Chicago 1-8, Boston 0-4. Now York 5, Pittsburgh 4. Northeast Arkansas I.catne Newport 5, Paragould 1. Ualesville 5. Canil'hcrsvllle 4. Osccola at Joncsboro. night game. Today's Games American I.cauue Philadelphia at Detroit. New York at St. ixiiiis. Boston at Cleveland. Washington at Chicago. National League Chicago at New York. St. Louis at Brooklyn. Pittsburgh at Boston. Cincinnati at Philadelphia, Northeast Arkansas I^ajnf, Osceola at Jpnesboro. Paragould at canithcrsvllle. Only games scheduled. Grimes expects lo 'nave his full strength on the field for the gnme, while Cilovcr said that his younger Pet. brother, Emory, would not be al .U25 Ills s-hortstop post. There Is a pos- .023 slblllty that James "Ace" Puckctt. .. .571 recently purchased from the flol- 28 .563 points, may get here for tlie game. 30 .524 If he docs' (he Pastime pilot Ilke- .455 ly will swltc'n Frank Whltworlh to ,338 second, Clyde Ledbettcr lo short- ,31E stop and pill ;\ce on fin!. If not, he may move Clyde over to short, Frank to second, put E. I,c:lbetter I'ct. on third, and himself to the Initial .032 sack. Joseph "Peterplper" Applebauin plans a drastic change In 'his Famous Store lineup. He Isn't al all pleased with his team (hat hnr dropped three of the last four gnijios. He Iras signed a c-foot- llirce first baseninn, "Ick" Stevens, nn experienced softballer, who tried out with the Little Rock Pebs in 1B30 and '32. Soak Sanderson will go to third, Locke to short, and R. B. Crawford will lake n much needed rest. Tlie oulftcld will likely be composed of Lindsey, Guard, Moody and ."Lcfly" Alexander. Skipper IJIlbo Gilbert will [ifuada new pitcher on file East Arkansas pnrnpcl. He is Tommy Phillips, son of J. T. Phillips. Young Phillips has done considerable lurllng in Illinois. Gilbert was enthusiastic over his showing In.flv cent practices. Bill says he eaii really "throw (hat ball." The rest of the Builder lineup thut, beat Ark-Mo Power,'12-3, last week will be Intact. , ffi Tomorrow-June 27th ONE DAY SALE SPORT SHOES $388 This sale is for just 25 young men in Blylheviilc'.! The smart •. sport : shots in (his sale won't last long :>t R price like this for they arc regular S5 values! Odds and ends of tan and white and black and while styles. Sizes arc 6 to lO'/j. Open Saturday Night Until 10 P. M. MEAD CLOTHING Co. 315 WEST MAIN STREET -BIytheville's Summerwear Headquarters lilylhcvllle country, club golfers will go lo Paiaitould Sunday for ——- thch foinlli Inter-club totirna- Mnnl I,, Uo.,,li;., 'fk/Ti I mcnt or the season. 1HC ;; 1 ln neadline/.lylatcli; 'J'liD loculji liiivc' won t«' 0 and' lo.st one so far this season, tak- ! hig the Joncjsboro Bolters' Into cnnip here niter losing to them nt Joncsboro and winning over the Slkfslon troupe at Slkbston The tourney committee of tlie Freeman Clashe.^ With Actor Emil Fii-po', Rex »y J. i'. FKIKND "Tex" Mobley '.'isn't Ihe tcl trip :inO c .-,j . ..,,. v from but ',ie has certain ideas of 'the. "show me ig his uuexpscted de- Claybrook Negroes. Win Over St. Louis , | "Ike" nlcomfleld, the, tall Texan Badgers Drop Decision To Balesville Thursday . The Batcsvllle club eked out a 5 to 4 'decision over the caruth- crsvllle Badgers yesterday, winning 5 to 4 nt Canithcrsville lit a Northeast Arkansas League game 'At Ncwiwrt the Cardinals won over the Paragould Rebels, 5 to 1, wll'n Van Ewyk going the route for Paragould and Rclcheldt for Newport, OSCEOLA, June 20.—The Claybrook Tigers, famous negro baseball team from Claybrook plantation, were forced to come from behind and travel twelve Innings before subduing Hie East St. Louis Tigers, 5-1, at Indian park here yesterday, In a snappy and interesting game, replete with thrills and "•inrkltng plays, Will Radcllir was the hero tu i I'no Claybrook victory. n c relieved CiilWress on (he mound nt the beginning of the eighth, struck out nine of nineteen butters who faced him, drove In Die tying rum In tvw ninth with a single, held the visitors, lo three hits in four Innings, nnd received credit for the victory. H was a tough game for "Shorty" Plnney to lose. Tlic short, scrawny, frail-looking ebony hued youngster went the entire route for East St. Louis and should have been the winner,In.the regulation limit Two critical errors started off the lying rally. Plnney permitted but nine hits, ami struck out eight Ford opened the Claybrook; lath with a double, went to third as Raclcllir was being thrown out. mid scored" when R. Taylor banged n hit oiv the third baseman's shins Cyrus, East si. Louis third sa:k-j er, and a cross-hand h liter, led the' •hitters with four singles. Tatc ! slapped out a long triple in thcj sixth but oVerran the bag anil \vnsj thrown out. Ball, one armed Clav-! brook outfielder, fielded well ' j Score by Innings: ' - ' East. St. L. Oil 010 001 000—4 : C'brook 000 000 112 001—5 rales. Promoter Mike, Meroiiey has 'nlm billed wltli.Giis .Hanson' 198 glanl from Milwaniec.'Mu: the' lop- liner event of the, weekly,curd at (he American Legion hut. arena Monday night.. - . • " .'; . Hccnusc of the umisunl circumstances surrounding' the final fall referee, Mike Merohey i-Is o« the back. Later plained that both' of yo m IIIK mai. -instfad of IndlM ——_ eating MoWey wns the winter fitc • .V ~ Wailrvssci B.-op Slant referee, Mike Merohey patted Mor-| 'CHARLOTTE, N. c (UPi- shoulders were d only one FRIDAY, JUNE 26, Ifttfi I Sherrlll said the Ideal mo_ern • "'-"ress has an attractive smile, is n »-«»- UI/Y>M ai^u only one of Bloomficld's, Mobley said aftcr- warib that he thought tliey were under the ropes and was waiting for Die referee to command them to break. Bloomneld had scraped' the rope.s on the trip around but they were free at the'time ':' f • As the curlaln raiser "Ace" Free roan, Kansas C»%P, .arid a" skillful yonug matman, and anil Firpo Ihe antagonistic Argentine, whose match two we«U ago was stopped and the decision given to fne MLs- sourian on a foul, have been re- matched. . ' A Ihirtjr minute time limit, im falls1 ? ul of three, w )ll govfm both matehes. They will sthrt'a - ;-, „.. on ChaMotlc, degree K Courier News Classified Ads Pay, Southern League :' i Mcniplils al Knoxvllle. • . Chattanooga at NasliWie f ?t! Little Rock at Atlanta? two'' E anu» •New Orleans ai Birmingham. " ~ Messenger, 80, first man to undergo an operation at the Boston, city Hos< ir afthe «• return match with BloomflelV this week, but because of his victory over tho Texan the formei wclg'nt lifting champion' earned a chance at one of the larger cities i" the elrcull. ami made it Impossible for them to meet'. However •"Us guy Hanson Is Just as toiiRh and clever as 'Ike' and will fur- ni.sh quite a lively session for Mobley," says the inntt'/iinakcr. Mobley was keenly disappointed over the outcome against Bloom- lekl but offered no alibis. He said ,,'I"," 1 . , wc " 1 to sICD P on, the'job" mid let his shoulders touch the mat, liut indicated that he' thought he could beat the jew. Rex . actually ihrcw himself" lo give the Rumanian the match. A rter ' O ut- ivrcsJing him; most of the way Mob ley secured a dangerous rolling rocking c'nalr split on Bloomneld nnd began h.1, usual roll.- After two trips around the ring lie' suddenly slopped when n nppear«l as if he were about to pin "Ike's" shoiiltl- ATTKNTION CANDIDATES! I can furnish you correct lists of bonn fide voters, arranged alphabetically, by 'school districts. CHEAP. C. J. LITTLE, Hale Bldg,, Blythcvllle ICE COLD LIQUORS : NMTK 01, III! DRY filN, 85 Proof Fifths .., ........ SI. 10 Pln( s ............. ...... S .(if) f ' ||(,if !>;,,t s ............ ? ;!r , 'NITJC CI,UB OHAWJIC hlN; 80 Proof Plllls ................... ? .05 Hall' Pints ......... 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