The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 5, 1939 · Page 6
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PAGE COURIER Football Can't Be Far Away *-*~*"™- s V* y, , , , __ Says. They've Forgolien 1939; Yanks Win Ove) Indians • ny GRORGI-: KIUKSEY United Press Staff Corres|iomlonl NEW YORK, Aug. 5, (UP) -Tlie firsl definite sign that a ball twin has given up hope of winning the pennant, fs when the officials slari talking about next your. So esuii Ihe New Yorft Giants out of llic 1939 National League race. Horace Sloncham and BUI Terr) already have- started talking abcul 1940. That pnU the Giants in Hie same class with the Dodgers, who started dealing in 1940 futures a few days earlier. When the Giants righted Ihem- selves and ran off tour straight In the west, including I'.vo in it row from tile-Rods, a few of Die die hards thought the Terr/men might have a shot al a miracle if Cincinnati really got. panicky and wont haywire. Bui It's all over now as far as the Giants are concerned. > Stoneham, who new west to Join the Giants, Is discussing Joe Mcd- wlck of tlie Cardinals in a cautious, guarded way as a pessibilily for the Polo Grounds in 1940. The Giants cotild use him, but when Stoneham talks about getting in the bidding for Medwlck, if and when the Cards' star is placed on the market, he is talking about outbidding Phil Wrigley, Cubs' millionaire owner. On the basis of their past performances in spending cash, the Ciants won't get n second call over In bidding for a high-priced player. Already the.Giants have lost interest in two minor leaguers— Dcmlnic DiMagglo of Sau Francisco and Herman (Aunt) Bcsse of Memphis—when they heard about the price tags. , Pittsburgh further discouraged the Giants' Idea of getting tack in the pennant scramble yesterday by .winning n 11-innlng game, 3-2. The Giants' strategy in walking Pep Young, nn eighth place hitter, led to their downfall. After purposely passing Young, citff Melton couldn't get the ball over for pitcher 5avcy O'Brien o[ Texas Chrlsllim helps Franny Murray Itilo new mlform after former Pennsylvania star signed to play with Plnla- lelphia Eagles of Nntlminl League of Professional Football clubs O'Brien is expected to he spark plug of team's attack Wlillo Sox. The Iflli straight, their Yesterday's hero— Joe Medwick whose fourth hit of the day, n louble in the mh, drive home the Cards' winning run against (he -•hillles. • Rip Swell and walked him too, to fill the bases. Then Fern Ball's single drove in the winning lally. Claude Posseau oiitducled Ixm Fellc to give Ihe. Cubs a 1-0 victory over Ihe Bees. H was Passcau's 10Hi victory, and his eighlh since Joining the Cubs in June. The game's lone run came in the third when,Stan Hack walked, went (o third on Billy Herman's single and came hcme on Anglo Galnn's sacrifice fly. - ;Tlie Phillies blew a seven-run lead and the Cards came from behind to lie Ihe score In the ninth inning, and finally win, D-8, in .Ihe 13th' -when Jce Medwick blasCed a double with two mates aboard.' Bitcky Walters became the majors' first 13-giime winner when he allowed but eight hits in pilching.lhe Cincinnati p.eds lo a 5-3 victory '.over Ihe Brooklyn Dodgers in a night game played before 20,05(i fans hi Croslcy Field. One of Ihe Dodger blows was a ninth Inning home run by Dolph Camllli. The Reds touched Hugh Casey and Red Evans for 11 safeties. The Yanks spotted Ihe Indians a 3-1 lead and beat them 5-4, with Marius Rxissfa doing a great job of relief work. He allowed only cue hit in four frames after relieving Hlldebrand. All Cleveland runs resulted from homers by Trosky Hale and Heath. Harlond Cliffs eighth inning homer supplied the run by which the St. Louis *$Brcwiis won from tlie Athletics, 3-1. Bill Trotter permitted only seven hits. A triple by the veteran Charley Gelbert and a single by roskie Johnny Blooriworth in the 10th in- nmg gave the Washington Senators a 6-5 —-"-• Today's Sport Parade Bj Hmry Mcttmort NEW YORK, Alls 5. lUP)— The , leave of absence his ship in I given Midshipman Joseph Hunt order that he mlglu try for n pl.ice on the Davis Cub team smacks al over-emphasis of sport to this ilc- imrlmenl. The summer cruise is a vllnl part of a naval academy cadet's education, nnd the fact that Hunt has n B90<) forehand mid n ntn.iif net attack seems a ridiculou>: rcu- fon for excusing him from maneuvers otu on the Inoad and p'tciilnf! Alianllc. Eul cxciiKd he wns, and soul. oil" lo SoullKir.iplon lo Kd his latv.1 legs ami blil lor a place on the American .Irani thiil will defend !he Davis Gil)) ngaiiKi Auslrnlla In Seploinbn This is the scrt o: tiling thiu inspires (he English IT brand us as a race of siiuVts- iren who will »o to any iimii; to will— you know, the old ".why -don't you play for the fun of UK.- llilne sometimes, and not mnke work oi a game." It is also tlio snine sort of Ihinfr that certain of our Olympic oili- cials criticize Germany for doliii; with || s athletes. 11 is no secret that Germany, in Us desire to win al the Olympic Games in Ilplsins- fors in 1WO. nnd thus create fuel for ihe Nordic supremacy business. has subsidized a groat Its athletes and placed ....... strict nnd rigid (mining for ..._ events of a month and'a year from now. While not acquainted with Hie rules and regulations of the Naval Academy [ believe that Hum's mid-summer vacation from duly aboard a bntlewngon is n bit unusual, it is on cruises Ihaf middies learn the practical side of sailoring: put into practice nil Hie theories they have pounded into their m^VTi"" T;,","""' x l'' lnt « no ier over the Chicago heads in the class rooms on the It's Fun, but Nova'Will Slick to R np Severn. There Is another side of il, loo. There arc thousands of young men who would love to allend Ihe academy on n scholarship from the government, with a fine education and career provided them free of chnrgc. It seems absurd that n young man being Ums educated should nnd tennis so hnporlnul (hat he is willing lo put aside all else for Hie playing of II. Suppose nil the midshipmen nnd >allors In the academy and lite navy we^e Irented UK generously ns Hunt! What a fleet we would have! Can you picture n war, wilh our licet engaged in bailie, but unable lo make much of n showing because half |.he personnel wns oil 1 defending club golf championships, making touchdowns for ;il- mn maler on Hie football field, winning medals al skeet shooting, and tryim; lo wrest the nalionnl badminton litlc from some foreign power? How would you like our shores lo be defended by u Heel tliat could only fire a broadside iii Hie winter months when the crew war, not off playing at East Hampton. Southampton, and Forest mils? Tlie Dnvls Cup is important, yes. Thousands upon thousiimls of citizens spent sleepless nlfihts wondering what will become of this country when and If It is taken awny. lint given their choice I believe the citizens would prefer lo have Ihe cup snugly locked niray In (lie land of the kangaroos limn have it elevaletl to such an rxaygeratt-d state of importance that young men are IHerally drafted from more hnporlanl things to niukc n defense of II. But rm>tii;li of this: My doctor ,i:iys I'm grltlni; tow e.vnled. Yesterday's RcstfUs N'orllirnsl Arkansas 'l.raguc; Newport. 8. Joncslioro 0. Caruthcrsvllle 11. Pavagoukl 1. Mrs..Little Is .After Big Fish Nashville Sends Bcsse To Showers; Pelicans ant) Pebbles Arc Swamped By \lnHea Press The Nashville Vols ivci'e a ganif to ihe ifooil today in uielf nmbi- lloiis program to replace Ihe Memphis Chicks as Southern,A.ssocia- lion leaders. The Vols .sowl notice on (he Cdlcks last night by dlmbln" aboard tlicir nee hurler, llcrm in lics.se. to carve out a 7 to 4 victory In Hie opening game of what would be a crucial series if UK; Chicks weren't so far in ihe foie llessc left. Ihe scene in the' sixth I minis when the Vols showed I K-mselves no respecter of lib' lanky person and scored five runs Sam Kaiiem received credit for tlie win although he went wild in th eighth Inning and had to b<? 11 placed by Ace Adams. It was big bat night for the At- 'nnln Crackers and the Knoxvilli Smoltles. The Crackers slammec out w lilts in baling the New Orleans Pelicans 19 lo f> white th, Smokies accumulated the sami number of pokes in pmnmelins lh" Mllle Rock Pebbles H to 0. Siicrry, Peters, nuckcr and Rich- irds were the heroes of the Atlanta attack with ihrec hlls each while all I'ilcher Uiman Harris said to do was chuck the ball up :huie. conslflerlng the iioiindlng hr iad behind him. Five of the Smokies got an many is three lilts apiece in the nnnihi- ulion of ihe Pebbles. Jim Bagby, junior, who was sent down the •Ivor by the lioston lied Sox, failed to lust through tl, L . f lrs |, hining for the losers. Rip Sehroeder pitched n seven-hit shutout for Kno<c- vllle. ' The Chattanooga Lookouts came from behind to defeat the Birmingham Barons 5 to 3. The Barons got off to a 'three-run lead in tlie second inning, but the Look- onls tool: command of the situation wllli as many more in the ntlh and singles tallies In tlie second and eighth gave llicm the decision. The veteran Red Lucas went the route for the Lootouls. Today's games are New Orleans «t Atlanta, Memphis al Nashville, Little Rock at Knoxville iind Bir- ininghnni al Chattanooga. BASEBALL STANDINGS Nortliciisl Carulhersvillo Newport .. .. Paragould .. Jonpsbcro .. Arkansas League W. L. Pet. 21 13 . 10 1G 17 17 12 23 Southern League Memphis Nashville Atlanta Clinltnncogn .. Knoxvllln .. . Birmingham .. Little Hock New Orleans . W. L. Pet. Southern I.caeuc Nashville 7, Memphis -I. Knoxville H. Little nock 0. Atlanta 19, New Orleans 5. Chattano:ga f>. Birmingham 3. Xalional I.casite Chicago I. Host en 0. Pittsburgh 3. New York 2. 11 innings. St. Ullis !). Philadelphia fl, 13 in- nnlngs. Cincinnati 5. Brooklyn 3. American League Washington (i. Chicago 5, 10 in- 1 nings. New York 5. Cleveland •!. St. Louis 3. Philadelphia 1. Only games Khediilcti. Lou Nova goes aquaplane riding at 40 miles an hour in open channel off Hermosa Beach, Calif., with Marian Cook, center, and Jeanne Gilbert, but Ihe heavyweight championship challenger will In the fuluve. slick.lo somcOiinE.ea.sy-, . . like flghtln B Tony o'alcnlo or even Joe J.oitls. Today's Games Northeast Ark.in.sns 1-c.igiie Open dale. Southern I.caJtue Memphis al Nashville. New Orleans at Atlanta-. Birmingham al Chattanooga. Little Rock at Knoxvlle. Matiomil League New York at Pittsburgh. Brooklyn at Cincinnati. Boston nt Chicago. Philadelphia al St. Lfluis. American I.eacuc Chicago at Washington. St. Louis at Philadelphia. Cleveland nt New York. Detroit nt, Boston. It requires 10 limes as many men to haul a given amount of freight over the highways as is needed lor carrying Die same amount ever the rails. Cincinnati St. Louis . Chicago I'iltsbiu-Bh Brooklyn .. New York . Boston .. . PhilmtHpliia .. 54 40 .540 • • 58 SO .537 •. 5G M .519 .. 53 5-1 .40f) .. M CO .450 .. 4(i SI .447 .. 48 Ii4 AW Nadimal League W. I,. Pet. ... GI 32 ... S3 42 ... 52 45 ...48 44 ... 4(i 41 ... 4li 47 . .. 42 52 ...20 (14 American r.c.iguc W. L. New York ' C8 28 ____ Boston ............... Chicago Cleveland Detroit Washington Philadelphia St. Louis 35 r>o 47 43 57 35 01 .055 Pel. .703 .028 .5515 .516 .515 .430 .305 City Red-Faced, Airport , >'^ >»«£* Mrs, Lawson Lilllc is 05 expert wilh a fly rod as her famous husband is wilh golf clubs, i Barefooted she fishes for trout in lower falls of Ammonoosuc river at Brctlon Woods, N. H. SATURDAY. AUGUST 5,-1939 Elitch Is Next Foe Of Mike Nick Elitch, New York heavyweight who has performed in the local arena several limes durum Die past year, will again show his wares here Monday night when lie meets the arrogant Armenian, "lind Mike" Nazcrion. The scuffle will be the feature match on the regular weekly wrestling match sponsored by Hie American Legion post. Last week Nnzorian's stock took a decided jump when he defeated Charles "Cry Uaby" Sinkey. the Mississippi menace, in a decidedly rough battle before n near-capacity crowd of excited fans. This was one of Hie few limes Ihe big Corinth performer lias been flattened here in the past two or three years. Elitch's biggest asset is his ability lo endure a lot. of punishment which Nazcrlan is more than capable of giving. Elitch has a number of good holds nml has given creditable performances against most opponents lie has met here, but Just how he will fare against the somewhat heavier Armenian remains lo be seen. Another momentous struggle on the card will be that between George Bennett of Sail Luke City, ant! Buck O'Neil, a newcomer here. Giants' Football Star To Coach High School ASHLAND, Pn. (UP)—Johnny (GUI) C.ildca. a blocking tack on 'lie world champion New York Hauls professional football team last year, has been named football and basketball coach at Ash- Innil high school. Gildea. one of the league's bo.^t punters, already has signed to play with tlie Ginnts this fall. He is a graduate of CoaUlale, Pa., High School. Perkiomen Prep and St. Bonaventure College, Clean, N. V. • :—— i Local Boxer Loses ] Part Of One Finger; California Survey Finds Farm Losses Are Rising Steadily SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 1 (UP) —With «n ever increasing realization of the necessity of land-use planning throughout the United Slates, the Commonwealth club of California has completed n iwo- ycar study or the problem, conducted by leading agricultural ex- perls of the stale. While the final report makes no ellort lo establish just how much planning should lie undertaken it •seeks to establish a basis of Die amount of land that should be devoted lo agriculture if farming to be, kept on a profitable basis. Some Idea of the loss that has been incurred through lack of scientific land-use planning in California alone is revealed in the 'act, the report cites, thai during he past 10 years 300,000 acres of fruit trees and grape vines, cosi- ng from $100 to $400 an acre to establish' have been abandoned and Hie end is not yet in sight. The elements that will have to guide future land-use planning throughout the United Slates, the report says, arc population growth and movement; nutritional and recreational well-being; diminishing; productivity of the soil, and outlook for international trade. Need Acres Estimated From the standpoint of food needs, the report finds that with an estimated Deputation of 131,000.000 in the United States in 1010, nn adequate diet for a family of loxv income would necessitate 230.000,000 a'cres of agricultural land. For families of medium income this total might rise to 286,000,000 acres of productive land. This means, the report holds, that the low income class would need 1.78 acres per capita and the medium income group, 2.22 acres. Tlie lower cost diet, it points out. would include relatively more potatoes and wheat while the medium cost diet would include more fruits, vegetables, milk, eggs and fruit. With the advent of -shorter working hours and the increased travel facilities, the report finds it will be necessary in land-use I planning- lo consider Ihe amount of land that will be set aside for rcc- rcntlonnl facilities, especially in the forest and bcacli Goynor-A'drian of agricultural products nnd to feed farm animals used In iinnludw tliem. By 1933, however, the lolal number of acres required hud dropped to 40,000,000. "Unless we can revive inlwnn- tional trade," the report say s "certain areas must make great changes In the uses made of their lands. About a fifth of the v:heal crop over half of lite cotton' and nbout half of Hie dried fruit crop have ROIIC into export outlets "Since the international 'irndc cannot, continue on a 'sell but do not buy basis' the outlets of thrsc products arc definik'ly related io o«r tariff policy." A few other elements which will have to be taken into consideration in arriving on a plan for i a , V |. use planning will lie that of a lone or short period over wlilcli UK' planning should extern!; the rate al which present trends arc likely lo change, and the nature of various economic forces that must affect the entire situation. - Janet Gaynor, with her hirj r all done up in style, looks very mature here as contrasted with the lilllc-girl roles she has so often taken in the movies. She's dancing at a party at Hollywood's Trocadero with Adrian, drcss- designor for many movie stars. well as parks, for camping, hunting and fishing. The other most Important element in land-use planning, the report says, will be the foreign trade The United States,-it insists, must not only take into consideration Us own needs but those of other countries as well. Export Requirements Sludied The report finds that in 1923 more than 84.000,000 acres were required to produce the net export Sound Movies Called Aid in Eye Correction BOSTON (UP)~^Sound movies were the most Important factor in developing cures for children's crossccl-cycs and dimness of vision resulting from disuse, according io Dr. Theodore BromlMcli of th*' Polycliuic hospital in Snn Francisco. "The moving picture offers opportunity for visual exercises, mil the quality of sound coupled with motion does much more: it stimulates another sense, tlie auditory " Dr. Brombach told the New England Council of Optometrists PHONE 205 FOR YOUR POULTRY Nice, fat hens and fryers & other poultry at all times. I'VE DRESS AND DELIVER FREE! STICKLER-GOODWIN CO. 400 H. Main WRESTLING George Bennett vs. Buck (TNeii Mike Hazerian vs. Kick Elitch AMERICAN .LEGION ARENA, MONDAY 8 P.M 27 (is •>34 Dim Bl 'rton, veteran local light" " er, was prevented from filling his engagement wilh Tiger minis, Sardis, Miss., boxer, at Lcpanto r ' i r\" • Insl1 n ' slltl bccfl U5e of an accident. rormai Opening yesterday in which he lost a por- lion of the first finger on his left hand. j A heavy board fell on Burton's hand, bruising and bangling the digit so badly that amputation of Ihe forefinger was necessary. | Read Courier News want ads. TERMINIX TERMINATES TERMITES "-' BRUCE-MEMPHIS OCEANSIDE. Cnl. (UP)—[[ .,. hadn't been tn rllnrry N. Sivcet, of the Airport Historical Society, il is doubt lul if the citizens or this beach cil.y ever would have realized they were passing up something by having a city nirport which was unriedlcated. Wilhoul any fanfare. Oeeauside some months ago built and .;erv- icert a Iccal airport and let it go at that. Planes landed and look oil and pilots said it was a jocd airport. Nobody paid any more at- Itnlion lo il. that is until Sweet came along and found to lii.s amazement Mini the field had never been officially dedicated. He took H up with civic officials, who immediately tossed the nffair into the lap of the shamefaced Chamber of Commerce, which ts now planning a belated dedication with bands, special airmail slamps, an air show and all the trimmings—(hanhs to the Airport Historical Society. NII-WA Laundry-Cleaners Phone 180 For Prompt Laundry and.Cleaning Service BUY NOW PAY THIS FALL! TIRES, TIMIES, RADIOS, PARTS, REPAIRS, 150DY & FKNDER WORK, AND PAINTINR. All On Fall Time NO DOWN PAYMENT BUY NOW - PAY ONE PAYMENT THIS FALL TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. Plione 633 Always Open IMPORTANT NOTICE! As an additional service (.0 its customers, all col- ton received at either the Memphis Compress and Storage Co. or tlie Wilson Compress and Storage Co. will he insured for its full market value againsi. any loss or damage hy fire.- No charge will he assessed for tin's insurance. When issued, the warehouse receipt will show thai ihe bale is so insured. This service will eliminate the necessity o f owners of the cotton taking out individual insurance policies against 'loss hy fire. SIGNED; Wilson Compress Memphis Compress and Storage Co. Kvsulale, Arkansas and Storage Co. Memphis, Tenii.

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