The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 27, 1936 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, June 27, 1936
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.'PAGE. SIX - Hughes Bcals Pastime In : Hectic Game; Builders '"Barely loosed Out .' Team . Robinson Pastime Famous R. D. , Hughes McMullins Ark-Mo Power Phillips Motor 'East Arkansas TI)K STANDINGS W. 10 . Prl. .109 .728 8 3 -.728 2 fl . .400 .364 .364 .213 .200 R. D. Hughes Clothiers continued to hold Hie Indian sign over the !)ieavy hitting Pastime crew last night, .defeating fne billiard nrf- 'Isls In a Commercial Softball league 'game'at Haley Field, IB to 9, scoring 7 runs In one extra inning of play. ii- In the other game of a doubleheader Famous barely nosed out East Arkansas' rejuvenated Builders, 1 lo 6 by scoring the winning run in the last half of the seventh (final) Inning. ''It was a terrific assault .that greeted Danny Warrington, Pastime ace righthander, In Ihe eighth Inning-,- The first six men lo face Warrlnglon hit safely, then he retired fne next bailor but two more then connected for a tola! of elghl lilts }n the extra frame, pasllme went scoreless in its half of the e|ghth. Pastime jumped out In front at the start. »-ll'n three runs In the first Inning and three in thc second while tbe clolhlers were making but two. Huey, Hughes southpaw, arriving laic, hfld warmed up byi.Oial time, however, and lie pitched good ball the rest of the way. Hughes counted two in Hie Ihlrd and two in thc fourth to tic the score at six-ail. Then Pastime got one In thc -fifth but Hughes came back with three In the -sixth. Then Glover's mncc- men knotted fne score In'the seventh .with two. runs only, to incc'l the eighth inning storm. Every.Clothier hit safely, 18 lilts being collected, and every man scored except, Young. T. Burns nnd Norman Bunch, former Pas- thner, Homered and Reginald and Rushing/got three hits each. Bevill collected threee hits foi Pastime. I . Tommy Phillips, making his debut on the mound for East Arkansas, tiirc\v a scare Into Joe Apple- taum - and- his Famous Slore club but trie 'Baumefs finally-managed to win, their winning:'tally in llw seventh,being the only run they earned, oil Phillips. . -. . ; . '•• Wall's-..singlV scoring- Crawford from third .was the'deciding factor. Jn their, half of the seventh East Arkansas, had tied, thb score a{. 0-6 by scoring three riins.\ • -. John Holland, Famous, allowed-7 lilts while Phillips limited his opponents to six-blows. Three earn- ed'runs we're scored ' off' Holland Bud .Wilson,- with a' single and h double, - led -the -.- -Builders' • hitting .while"Delong.and Wall paced the Famous.'cWobers, with. two.each. Lefty Alexander probably saved the. game" for Famous .wll'ii a fine diving catch,of Moore's low liner In the seventh to retire the Builders.; The-throwing of Moore in the second game and Mpsley and Bar nes in the first game was out standing. First Game Muscles'-In to Olympic Game . BLYTHBVILLE. (AftK.) COURIER New ..York. berth oh the U. 8. Olympic loam when /hd, annexed the N<itinr,ii| A. A. York R. D. Hughes Reginald, 2b Rusnlng,' ss 5 C. Bunch, If . 5 Whittle, ib-p .....!! 3 Young, c " 4 T. Burns,, Ib-rt 5 D.'"Burns, sf 5 N. Bunch, 3b 3 Widncr, cf 3 Harber, rf ' ' " o Huey, p .... ' ' 4 AB R H PO A 232 1 3 3 U. gymnastic title during the':final. Olympic tryouls In New Oolili'iiuiTg, \vlio defeated Cleorg'b' Gulack In the fly'ln« rlni; class, is shown nbove •In'.iictlon/--.' v Baxler, ll> ... Chllmon, If .'. Wright, ss .... Caudle, c-rf .. xOllbert, rf .. Phillips, p .... 0 0 Totals ........... so' 06 197,10 x— Gilbert batted for Caudle In 7. Famous Store ABR.HPOA Delong, 2b-lf . Crawford, If-ss Locke, ss-2b ....... . 2 Sanderson, 3b . Wall, c ...... Alexander, sf . Moody, rt .... Guard, If • .... Llndscy, cf .. Lutes. If Stevens, lb . . Holland, p ... Totals 0 '0 • 3'. o 30 i 1 I I 3 3 1 0 t 2 4 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 6 0 1 1 si- 7^7.21 .9 ...... ..... - . ?.— Belong left base; two oiit jwl Winning run . scored. : ;. ;' ;• i ; Score by Inning.';: ' "-, ; East 'Arkansas. .... 000 ,'.300 • 3— fi Famous Slore '.'.... 112 '020 1—7 Summary: Errors— Moore', Itayes 3, Baxler, Caudle, Phii'iips,' ''De-long 2, Locke, Sanderson 2. Runs batted -In— Fisher '2, Wilson, Hayes, Baxter, Wright, Crawford, Sanderson, Wall ' 3, Und'scy. Earned runs —East Arkansas 3; Famous store l.-" Double play— Morse to Hayes. Two'.'biVsiMilts— Wikon, Wall/Base on 'balls — off Holland; 3; . 6g Phillips 3: Strikeouts— Holland"!' Kill- lips 2. ; Umplres^Brognlhg oiitl Whlllcy, - Disay Dean Pitching f or Rooseveil Southern Allanla : Nashville ... LIUie Rock Birmingham Clialtanooga New .Orlqajis Memphis .., ; , ..31 Knosvlllc ,'.... ',.. ..2(i W. I.. 50 20 ......41 ai : 3(i 30 35 37 34 30 'NuMomVr ,W..;U .-,.-;'..-. ' : • ,• •/. iW. SI. . L6uls ....I..'. : .;.>*4l : '24 Chicago ............;-.39 23 Pittsburgh ...:n 28 New York .[16 . 28 Clnclnpatl , 34 , 30 Boston ••.. ; ....30 : 37 Philadelphia 22 i 44 Brooklyn - 21 40 Pet .058 .M7 '.500 .480 .480 .472 .431 .350 Pet. :.C31 .629 .5G'J .503 ,131 .448 .aia ... i.. PC!, New;York .:......:...43 ,21 .Q72 .623 .015 515 .•168, .3B1 1 .333 Doston-.;... L..38 ! 28 Was|ilngl6n ; 34 31 Detroit-. ' .' .34 32 Clcvelnlid .... ;...34 .32 Chicpgo 29 ' 33 Philadelphia Promoters Claim Firpo And Freeman Have Argument to Settle BV J. F. FRIEND A genuine match bc- Iwcpn (Ace) Freeman, clever youngster from Kansas City, anil Emll Flrpa, the antagonistic Argentine, that will cpen the weekly •wrestling card of Mike Meroney, Monday night, at the American Uvjlon open air arena, has all (he earmarks of providing entertainment and. action of TNT proportions. . , i ..Freeman made the trip from Pyersburg, Tenn., Monday night, to challenge Fii-po; and offer to 'wrestle him i-ncler any rules, and wlniicr .take 'nil basis, or. If nee essary, he would lake him on (or nothing. Two weeks ago Freeman was awarded the decision from Firpo for fouls. After Referee Mike Meroney had rendered, thc decision Firpo ntliicte! Freeman, kicking him several limes aflcr (looting him wilh a haymaker. Freeman walled for Emll In Ihe Legion hut. and they Imd n free-for-all battle before spectators finally separated '.hem. "I wlsh'.lhc fans hadn't Interfered," said Ficemmi in comment-' In? on the scrap. "I have been mauled ; enough by Firpo ntul I plan to get In some of my own the next lime we meet, I 'am golnj to.break him in two. Mon-: day iitglit. All I ask Is for the referee to keep out of my way. I'll do thc rest, mid It won't ba' wllh fouls, cither." Rex (Tex) Moblry. Amarillo. Texas, one of Ihe most popular and scientific malinen over to appear In a' local ring, will face gigantic Gv-s Hanson, Milwaukee In the main atlraclion. Mike Meroney will handle both bouts, with the grudge match (jelling under way at 0:30. II pitching will win the clccuon :or I'resi.-pr.j :-; 0 gsevelt he ha, made a Hying start toward victory. Dizzy Dean, famed St. Louts Cardinal hiirter. is on his side. Here Dizzy Is shown as he attended the Philadelphia convention, still full of pepper after rellef-nllchln. his team to victory on two successive duys. holding aloft a Roosevelt banner bearing a Missouri placard. Hat off, Dizzy is leading the cheering of the Show Me state, delegation which surrounds him. Today's Games Memphis at. Knoxvllle. .Chattanooga nt Nashville. Little Rock at Atlanta. New Orleans at Birmingham. National League Chicago at New York. St; Louis at Brooklyn. .Pittsburgh at Boston. , ' 'Cincinnati' nl Philadelphia. , , American League Philadelphia at Detroit. New York at St. wills. Boston at Cleveland. Washington nt Chicago. Rare Oriental Art Gift Made to University NORMAN, Okla. (UP)—The University of Oklahoma lias come Into msse-ssioii of what Its official;; .erm one of the most valuable collections of Oriental art In America. H was given to the school- by Gordon MatzSne, the collector with the co-operation of ^.Lew Wonts',, Ponca City oil man and philanthropist. The collection comprises more :han 250 pieces assembled by Mat- (cne during travels in the Orient over a period of many years. It is valued at- $250.000. It includes 50 rare Chinese Sl.V Ijpuls '.........;.:. 20 ' Northeast^ W L. Pet. pscebl": i'.....' ?4 '15 Curuthersvl]le--:.v-..'.'.'..25 • 10 Jpnesboro• .'.:.' v ..<.-;;. .32 i 17 Newport-.: '..r.;.'..-.'.....3l ( 19 ParptJOiild '..'7,.'.'. v;-;.-.. : 17•'' 23 BateJjvlilcV .',...'..-'.-... .12 31 . Northeast Arkansas League tfa games, scheduled. Moose. To Open Annual Lodge Session July 1 0 0 3 2 0 0 8 0 1 3 5 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 --.-.- 42 1C 18 24 8 Pastime Billiard AB R H PO A Barnes, sf 5 Marshal], frf-c 4 Glover, lb 4 Godwin, cf ' 4 Bevil, If '4 Whltworth, 2b .....' 3 Motley, rf '.'.'.'." 4 E. Ledbetter. 3b . '3 Smith 1 Friend, c 0 C. Ledbetter,. ss '.'.'.'.' t Warrington, p 3 10 o 0 2 2 1 l 1 2 0 0 1 3 I 2 0 0 o o o o 0 0 1 1 , cTo ' als •-'•• 34 '9 li 24 ,=, Smith batted for. E. Ledbetler in 8th. Score by innings: R D. Hughes ... 112 203 07—16 Pas'urie 330 010 20— 9 Summary: Errors—Barnes, Glover, Whitworth 2, E. Ledbettcr c Ledbetter, Friend. D. Burns 3. Runs batted In—Barnes, Marshall Glover, Whitworth . 2, Mosley 2 Warrington, Reginald 4, Rushing 2 C. Bunch, Whittle 2,' Young, T.' Burns.3, N .Bunch, Huey 2. Earned runs—Pastime 6; Hughes 12i Two base htUb-Barnes, Glover, T. Bums Reginald. Three base hit—Barnes Double play—E. Ledbcttcr to Whit- vorth. Home runs—T. Burns, N Bunch.- Base oh balls—on Huey 2 Warrington 5. Strikeouts-^'War- ringtonl. Hlls-off Whitlle, 2 and one' run in no innings. Winnhii pitcher—Huey. Umpires—Brownin and Whltley. Second Gsune East Arkansas AB R HPOA -Fi!iier,.cf ..'........ 40 1 1 Wilson, s f 4 l' 2 ! Moore,, 2b 4004 Morse, rf-c PJ . 3 1 ,1 3 Hay«», Sb'..!»:."..,, 3 ) 6 S i Garti'lhersville • Plays 'T\yo .' Games at Dscepla; In-! ' dians Protest Loss 'With the Osceola Indians lind Caruthcrsvllle Uadgers. to incct'to- morrow in a doubleheadef nt' OSr' ceola that will go n'long ways to, ward determining the prst lialf championship of the . 'Northeast' Arkansas league, the Indlnns dropped a 5 to 0 decision ' to the Jonesboro Giants nt Joncsboro last night.. A formal protest was filed wllh the league president by Osccoln club officials challerjlni; Ihe sufficiency or the adequacy of lights Installed for night uames at Joncsboro. It was the first night game of the season for Osceola Jonesboro club officials say that every club except Os=eola. has pla.ved night games nl Joncsbbro prior to last night and that little unfavorable comment has been heard. Last night's loss Caruthcrsvllle's win „,„. gould. 13 to 7, earlier in Ihe day left Osceola with a bare five point lead over, thc Badgers:- ' . Shduld : ell her Osceol]\ or Car- nthersvllle make, a clean : sweep of the gartes the winning club should I lave a.decided edge In'.tli* brief purt before, the first-half closes. Baseball _ rs In Easy Win ; From :P^ra^dulcf ; 13-7 The. Oarufhcrsvlllc -Badgers dc- ffHt«l the ' Para&ouk'< 'Rbbels, 13 to 7, in .a game at Canither'svllle yesterday.. ,. • '- • .The contest. ' was featured by home rails by Dennis, T. ;McQown and IHrlg ' of Caruthcrsvllle and Bush and Naegelc for. Paragould. preceded by over Para- .015 .610 .504 CHICAGO. (UP)—'me 48th an- .425 nunl .International convention of :279 -Supreme Ixxlge of the World ,, Loyal Order of Moose opens in 'Chicago July l. with lodge officials estimating ah attendance of 50000 ' persons.. Women of the Moose, representing 800 chapters, will hold their ninth annual conference concurrently w il'n the convention. Speakers will iclude Elsie Robinson, columnist; Sen. Robert R. Reynolds, North Carolina; Sen. James J. Davis, Pennsylvania, and Gov. Harry Nice of Maryland. . The convention will close July 4. IN.FRONT AS BACKSTOP - By Krenz JR.. Sogthtm tearM Knoxvllle :11, Xlemphls 7. Atlanta U-l, Little Rock 4-0. Nashville 6, Chattanooga 1. New Orleans 6, Birmingham 3. paintings from the Sung dynasty in 90 A. D. to the Ching dynasty In 1700. There arc ancient Chinese statues in bronze and porcelain! and objects carved in jade, mala>'i cliltc and other semt-preciou's stones. -' . : JATURDAY, JUNE 27,;.me RELIEF OFFICE 10 BE Pemiscot County Acts to Get Jobless Certified to WPA CARUTHERSVILl.E, Mo.—Tentative p|aiis to reopen thc Pemiscot county relief office here Wednesday, Jrly l, lv ere complelcd CARUTHEHSVILLE Mo.—Petit Jurors lo serve during ilie July term of circuit court have b;en selected, according to E. S. liiill- man. ccnnly clerk, and are nr> fellows: Concord township—C. R Btnuf- fcr. Cliarli-s liowell; alternates, W. 1!. Jones. John Englc. But\"r tcwrvshlp—Henry Tdi- *«-»,• k,Lui. tuuiiLy relief clialrman, aiinoiinerd today Mrs. Agatha Wllks will Imve charge of the loc.i] oillce, and an extra clerk or two will be hired for the first month The office, discontinued March 28 will be reopened following comity- wide iic.llgn .by mayors an<l others Tlic office will certify'unemployed workers to the WPA for work on various projects. Since March 28 workers have been unable to get on these projects because they were not certified according to the federal regulations. There are quite .1 number of WPA jobs In the county which have been Indefinitely delayed or postponed due lo the lack of certified workers. Commodities for consumption of those on relief not. be • - -*.._* 11 HI MUL utr available until about July 20 the first .few . weeks being spent' entirely In certifying all' unemployed work, Edwards who are able to' said. •. • . • Time to Think Over Bonus LIMA, O. lUPl-Albert McOill 30-year-old Negro veteran will have from one to 20 years In which to meditate on how to spend his $763 in bonus bonds. Only a few hours nfter the postmen delivered the bonds to his Jail cell, McGill was sentenced to the penitentiary for manslaughter. Read Courier News Classified Ads -.,... White. Pasccla township—Jack New; alternate. Bryan Averll. Hayli township—Jiminfc Euell, Spencer Gctcher; alternates, Sam Spaulding. A. o. Allen. Organ township—Clarence Ferrell; alternate, Sherman Mcveio. Gayoso township—Whirred Alien; . allernate. Herbert Edwards. Virginia township—Amoa Ore.-n, Robert Channel); alternates. Ush Hopkins. Holly Farris. Pemiscot Icwnshio—Walter Gulp, Jess Little; alternates, Sam Stowe, Boh lioslon. Ccotcr township-Carl Rc:l, Fred L. Kelley; altcrnales. Hurl Cast-/ man. Wilc<> Crriner. / Holland township—Earl Byass.', Clyde Long; alternates, Tom Orton, F. M. Rcss. Little Prairie township —D.IVC McClanahan. John Robert Bader, Lem Holloman, Oil Monan- al- '.criiales. O. C. Stanley. R. c. L. A. Coolcy, John Van Ausdall, Price. Little River Slilbnan, Harry Jesse Byrri, J. township — Clnud Fields; altcnuUes. H. Bracv. foi Woman 20 Years In Tropics LONDON (OP)—A woman, who 20 years has been living, the only white woman, among natives on the scattered coral atolls of the South Pacific, has arrived in London. She is the wife of Arthui' F. Orimble, who has spent Ins life ns a district officer nnd administrator for the Colonial Office. Before You Bay Any Outboard - See (he'-,': NEPTUNE "' Z H. P. Single Cyl. (Other Sizes to 16 H. P.) HUBBARD TIRE & BATTERY CO. Lawn .Mowers ; SHARl'KNKI) On the Ideal Sharpener Tliis machine automatically grinds the blades of your mower to iust the proper bevel, assuring a pei'foct 'cutting job. Your mower will run like new am! stay sharp longer than \vhe>' sharpened by any other method Give us a trial. 1'rice SLOP •Blythcville Machine Shop I'houe 8D8 or 848 Nation*! I.rijor Pittsburgh ; 2, Boston 'l. Chicago 3. No* York I. St. Louis 6, Brooklyn 1. Cincinnati 11, Philadelphia G. Amtrlcan Uijme Cleveland 8, Boston 1," 10 inn Ings. , . , Philadelphia at D«trol!, rain. Washington at Chicago, rain. New York (it St. Louis, to be played at later date. North tut Arkanut Uttne Caruthersvllle 13, Paragould. 7. Joncsboro 5, Osceola 0. Only games scheduled. A sister of Edgar Allan Poe, named Rosalie, is.burled m Rock Creek ?M f i«Yi .WashingIon,. D. C C/-VO/VAM n, WHERE 'H£ PLAVED more f lining M! It used to be said of the Master Draper,-head of an oldtime dry goods stove, that he stroked his chin knowingly when certain customers walked in. This was -a sign- to his assistant that, they could probably be "shaved" . . . : or- ; giveh the worst of the bargain! Today, walking in'and buying the.goods for a new dress is wholly without any such hazard. The fabric marked "wool" is just that. Pure 'silk is woven from the natural silkworm product. If the fabric is composed of one of the'newer, man-made yarns, the type of rayon is usually named in a sign on the counter, or on the end of the'bolt of cloth. And the price, you get out of the advertisement ... no quibbling about that! You read before you shop, and buy just as much as the pattern-envelope calls for. Every day, now, there are especially good buys in dress goods. Have you looked at all the advertising pages today? "1

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