The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 29, 1936 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 29, 1936
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PAGE SIX Blylhcville Golfers Defeated by Close Margin a I Paragould Sunday BlytV.cville country club golfers were I'.irnsd tack with a 30 to 20 defeat at the hands of Paragould country club golfers In an inter- club inatc-'n at Paragould Sunday.' B. A. Lynch, Bljthevllh oounlrv club champion, was undaunted by the hi-ai nnTI burn?d up the I'.tra- EOtild course to become the tour- n:y's medalist with a law scon 1 at 03, five under par. for t\vi> mi: of Ihe par 24 course. Lync'.Ys -icoiv was three strokes under James Hart's OS, Hart [fading i'arac;oulc! for lev: scoring honors. Results of the individual makves follow: James Hurt Hill i'ollnrd Alvis Hnucock .. J. F. Lenii .... JJm Wrap? U. A. Lynch .. John Cai'dwell Cecil Shane K R. Browning . 11. P. Kirshner . K. D. wrape ... C. M. Buck ... Earl Beaton ... Kussell Farr Out In Tl. 1 . 33 33 (IG . 30 30 . :;:; -m . K 31 32 . 40 41 41 37 V. G. HaiTin«Um 41 Jeff Roland H. 1 Sellmcyer . E. 13. Gee H.'c. Yowig ... Byron Morse. . Elmer Stuart . U. S. Branson , Mamlce LUlle O. G. Caudill Wood row Lamb .. 4;l G. G. Hubbard .. C'nester Burr Floyd Acton Cecil Gould Farmer England lioh Noble Jitnmlo Hell Herbert Parrell '.'. Charles Crigger L. G. SUuib Bob Barnes Jim Browning .,. Ceeil IJratif:on Jo? llertig C. A. Cunningham W. C. HiurinslMi J. O. ,Ilovl . 7C Gii Tl C3 74 TJ Tt 74 Tl 14 77 70 77 7:1 110 e-t •70 75 72 US 7i) HI mi 7!) 82 e-> :KI 82 815 D"i i)3 34 82 8<i 7C 711 7(j in S3 70 BLYTIIEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS ~tt£ $,LH,\ AMD Siy/y CPMff |\ >>>. A'0£lt^ys/ A t; J\ \ / AMD \ Cf\KH ro; SPLIT m^^ ^W-W'fy " W". *»••• • •?:'••/> , -^m^/7) . :•/• I '.• ,Vl'--. ,/''•' / •6SU -*£?' ' ruiLs, serai With ,cad in By .1. r. FKir.M) j ' OSCEOLA, June 2!).—The OSM- 0 oln Indians passed up a B o!deu op- 1 povlunity | 0 B r,,b Ihe nmilsputcd lead Totals 30 2C Signalgo pot (luce of the Osceola hits. : enn was 'nit hurd In his one I Inning stay, being tnblird for four hils nnd llirec runs. Kellcy went to ihe mound in the .second, got by Ihc Inning all okay, Inil was found for McClov.'un's homer, two doubles, and 11 pair of sin- files that sent three more across in the faird. Caruthersvlllc added their last run in the fourth nttar Osceola had broken the scoring Ice with nn unearned mil In the third. "Heel" Liites, I'M Dlytlievillc boy. pitched (he sixth and seventh, nnd got by without any scoring. A double and single were gL-anecl oil him. Brilliant fielding- enlivened the games. Gates, Osceola shortstop thrilled flic large crowd with two seemingly Impossible stops, one lo end the first game, lirrig made some circus grabs for Cafulhers villo In left Held. Catcher Turn- turned In two neat catches rival managers, Williams At Least Four Teams Have Chance for N. First'Half Title E. A. In the Northeast Arkansas Le.igue here yeslerday by losing to the Carulhersvllle Radgors, 7-3," after iK'ntluir the loop leaders. 4-2, in the first g.-.mT of a twin bill. Oscoola and Jonesboro are tied for I'ae lead. Al Jonesboro it W ns announced Saturday Hint Osceola's protest of a IKS lo DIG Jonesboro Ghmts Fri- ^t,. """"'S''™. winin <i».v nlghl. because o r Inadequate P V ^'°^ " so ^'^'l «'ell. 11]c In( | 1(llls |)lnjl u,,,,,^.!,^ Il( , r tomorrow at 3:30.' 'Hie score hy innings: llgliliiig of fhe Jonesboro playing field bad been disallowed. "Ernie" lilngham. Tncllans' nc" Tom Mabry and Al Sluniilgo [tool- . The Northeast Arkansas leasuc first l:nlf race rcnxinsd a wide open affair today with at least tour teams wirii a chance (o finish Official standings released (his afternoon Uy Charles Miller, len- oue statistician, placed Osccoln and Juneskoro in a tie lor firs' place with 25 games won and 17 comes lost, caali. Oiruthorsviu- is scccnd willi 20 games won nnd 18 lost, ;-jn- porcenlaae points behind. Osceola lost to Jonfsboro FrWiv ii!3ht and Saturday and divided two with Carut'hersviti- yesterday The first half draws to a close lale this week \virii Carulliersvilh and O;cco!a winding \ip their first half campnijn at Caruthcrsvillc Saturday, according to prefsnt plans. Ben Butler, president of the Osceola club, said today he had t!:e agreement of the league president to submit, fhe latter's disallowance of the OseeoSa protest of Friday nishl's loss at Jonesboro to a vote of the league directors. Butler said that in disallowing the prolest Joe Bertij, loop head, stated thai he. dH so because 113 other clubs-had protested about the inadeauacy of ^^,,,. „„,„, KC u the Jonesboro lightinc: system hut, "Bud" Lutes for 14 ed their efforts io put Osceola ova, liingham .scnllersd nine Canithers- ville hits nicely, while home runs by Milbry nnd SIgnnljo accounted for I'nree. of the four runs scored olf Lewis. The other was unearned. Lewis gave up but six hits but made the fatal mistake of grooving a couple. • The visitors jumped into a one run lead in the first on a lripl" by Hudson followed by H2rndo:i's double. Osceola got that one back nnd one extra in their half of file second, when Mabry clubbed a terrific liner over the deep conlfrlleld fence with Llbe.rlo on first Two errors by First Baseman Hudson, with n base on balls. nn:l a fielder's choice sandwiched in gave the Indians a 3-1 lead In the third. After four scoreless Innings, the Badgers broke loose with three singles in a row for a run. but a spec- luciilnr double play engineered by Blnshani slopped Ihj n \fy A lain killing started by the Ca- rtUhersviHe pitrticr prevented Ihe IiVtans from counting, although they filled the bases with mm" out in their half of (lie sixth. Sljnaigo's home run over ri»ht field scored the la-st. H.iilsers Hit Hard Trie Badgers combed James McLean, making ],] s nrst strm f0[ . Qj _ -ola. Alfred Kelley and Walt-r l-'irst flame. Caruthersville ... ion 001 Kan—- Osceoln Oil 000 lOx—4 Batteries: [ rf «-Ls and Turner- Dmgham and Huctcr. Second Oninc Carufhcrsville .:... 3 0:i 100 0-7 Osccoln 001 000 2—a Batteries: sjreer and Tnnicr- McLean. Kclley, Lutes and Ruckcr' "Slop Cleaneis!" League League Battle Cry; Bottlers lake On Laundry .Southern Atlanta Nashville Birmingham Little llock By J. I*. nilKNI) i Challanooga Sloj) Nu-Wn Cleaners! [New Orleans ... That's the battle cry that 5i:is! Memphis Bone out from the other three olubi' Knoxvillc 1 in llu- Girls' Soflbal] league lus Die-. seek lo check We lassies of Bob National Barnes' Nu-Wa Cleaners. Jack Applebiium's store, nfter Chicago I.eaeue W. L. Pet. .MONDAY, JUNE ..51 .47 ..38 .30 .3-1 .34 .31 ..29 .WO .Wi: .507; .4001 .400 .459; .413' .382 Meet In Wrestling Feature; Firpo, Freeman in "Grudge" Affair I.ensue W, 41 41 38 37 35 31 22 22 24 .031 League. W. I,. ...45 22 30 30 :..-jc 32 3Q 32 30 1)3 31 35 .552 .538 .449 .559 .82!) .521) .522 .470 .369 .333 1 i 1'uragould Batesvllle falling to have much Junk against St. Louts .. them a month ago, falling n-7, n n ( | ! Pittsburgh .. putting Nu-Wa on tlielr way to- N ™' Yoi>! < • ward the four game winning strcnk Cincinnati . —thi! longest of the season—will Boston iinvo another chance tonight wlien I'hllndolphiu they meet (he Cleaners In the first- Urcoklyn game of H double bargain hill, |jc- • ginning at 8 p.m. I American Coca coin Bottlers, tied with the Cleaners and Appleuanm's store for Ncw York first place, and beaten hy the lal- i Huston league Hash, collide with a du- j Cleveland toriiiliicd Dlythevllle Steam Laun- l Uelroll dry crew In t'<u- nightcap, j V/ashlngton In boxing a lighter who can geti Chicago nj> off the Moor nnd come back| Philadelphia fighting Is considered to have n!"'- Louis trait cliarnclcrisllc of a true clmm- plon. The Cleaners have displayed Nurllii-asl Arkansas. League Vhiit same sernpiiliig quality. 'Alter! W. L. Pet. losing three straight and dropping! Jonesboro 25 17 .535 to the cellar, they did an about-1 Osceola l:tct, won tile next four and arc Carulhersvllle now tied for first place. They, have! Newport hard and timely, vim bases with ""' daring nnd skill, and 'nave receiv- ,ed line pitching |,y Sadie Stamcy. The •Uaumers have shown considerable improvement o t late Shocked by the Joss of their star hurlcr, Gussie Blackburn, they 'nave shown signs of recovery. Euh Whittle's fine mound performance luus helped much in their comeback. . Despite 1'ne fuel Hint they arc last In hitting, the Coca Cola Bottlers have been hobaobing with the leaders since the season openrI They have a ]) artieul:ir 'habit, of having one big inning in wn [ t .|, they bring home the bacon. They didn't Juivu imic'n chance lo overcome lire tremendous lead of the Nu-Wa outni, though, and \veni down, 15-3. •Rumor has it that Coach Marvin "Sonk" Sanderson will Hot out nl- masl n new ulythtvillc Steam Laundry lenm to combat the Bottlers, just w'ho they are has been carefully secreted, nnd the fans must wai luiitil they see them in action before passing j u( ] gm(ml They arc determined to rid themselves of the cellar, and one can't blame [hem for that. By J. p. FK1KNI) '. Two of the lending heavyweights on the circuit, nnd a pair of no pounders in what, is claimed lo bs a "blood" hattle, compose ihe weekly wrestling program tonight at the open air arena adjoining the •n mi A mcr l«in. Legion 'nut on North ™ '^ Second street. iiy .yOJ I Ttcx "Tpv" \f > 1 it 30 - 552 adonis, and one of ulyllievlllc's'fa- vorltcs, fnccs Hans Hanson, iaa pounds of brawn and muscle from Milwaukee, in an attempt to show the fans tlmt he [s better than his local record. In the oftier 'half of Promoter YiV Mlko Meroncy's double feature •J" card, "Ace 11 Freeman, Kansas city • OJJ nnd Emll pirpo. the antagonistic Argentine, will battle it out to settle n "personad dispute," as promoters bill it. Uoth matches arc down for ninety minutes (or less), with two best falls out of three governing. Hanson will have a slight advantage in weight nnd is expected lo give Mobley n severe test. He 'hns been in the mat business more than fifteen years. The curtain, raiser will get under way promptly at 8:30, and Matchmaker Mike Meroney will be the third mnn in the riii" and scored something of an upset In nosing out John Lent!, one up on the 19th hole. Harry Halnes fell before Ihc consistent piny of Leo LinUenleh 4 "lid 3, while pollard put Cecil Shnne out of tin? running with 1( and 4 triumpn. In the seml-finnl matches Lynch ... vt.ltj LJJ1II.1I Wi^ll UitlU, will meet Kirshner and Llnticenic!) will play pollard. ' National League Open dnte. Aim-man League Detroit at Chicago. Cleveland at St. Louis. Northeast Arkansas League Open date. Today's Games Southern League Hirniinghnm ui Chattanooga. New Orleans at Nashville. Wrecker Service - Gas OI'EN AM, NIGHT PHILLIPS SKUVICK CKNTKR Phones 777 - 810 Baseball Results Southern League Knoxvillc. 9-7. Memphis 2-1. I Nashville 9-10, Chattanooga 8-9.! Atlanta 19, Little Rock 3. I Birmingham 8-li. New Orleans) National League Chicago 3-G, New York 0-0. Brooklyn 5, St. Louis 1 (second game postponed, rain). Pittsburgh 11-1, Boston 2-0. Cincinnati at Philadelphia, two games, rain. j American League Washington 12-1, Chicago 9-4 ]lhst name 10 innings). ' St. Louis C-4. New York 3-7. Detroit 10, Philadelphia 4. Cleveland II, Boston 3. Lynch, Linizenidi Pollard, Kirshnei- Go To Semi-Finals B. A. Lynch, holdover defendin" champion, R. p. (Bob) KinMner Leo Lintzenich and W. J. (Bill)' Pollard advanced to the semi-final round of the Blythevlllc country club men's golf tourney in matches held dining the past week. Lynch won 'nl s way through the quarter final round by eliminating Byron Morse jr., two up and one to go on 18 holes. Kirshner had the toughest match or the four quarter round survivors Northeast Arkansas Leatiie, < Jonesboro 10-4, Batesville 8-1. Newport 0-3, Parngonld 0-1., . > Osceolu 4-3. Cnruthcrsville 2-7.' ATTENTION CANDIDATES! I can furnish yon correct lists of bona fide voters, arranged alphabetically, by school districts. CHEAP. C. J. LITTLE, Hale Bldg., Blythevillc .. Opening lythevi lie's New Swimming Pool 8 P. M. Tuesday Mayor Shane and Hie County Fair Hoard will lake the first plunge. A dm. We and 25c Ladies B. V. D. Suits $3.95 - $4.95 Ladies Ball ring Caps 25e - 35e - 50c Ladies Beach Sandals $1.25 Mcns Balhinir Trunks $1.95 - $3.50 - §3.95 Mens Ikaeh Sandals $1.95 R.-D. HUGHES & CO. water contains on the ;,, v( ,.„-.-, ... of follr Bruins of gold per The kll °S"»n, nccording'lo Ihe nnaly- - sis of Professor Ilabei of Germany. Heroic You liny Any Oullioard - Si'c MIR NEPTUNE 2 H. I 1 . c/ir Sinclc Cyl. 1? J'> (Other SlKes '.() 1U II. P.) }IUIil!AItI) TIHK oi KUY CO. r va personally he IhDue'nt the. j second game, including ^ lights were insufficient. Buller was confident the league directors would override the disallowance. Police S Years Laic TOLEDO (UP) —"Where's the holdup " demanded three police squads as they answered an emer- grncy call. "That was three years ngo," Mrs. p. j. Kiill replied. Then fhe explained that the saw two men whom she recognized as the •hindlts who had held up her hus- b:nd three years aqo. 'nicy escaped before police arrived. , and three "nits bv Iirri- -m! ! Cowan, one a I "me r,m Kouthpaw Willie Sp;er had lh» ^'d'™ 5 liandcullc-1. reglstcriii.' 10 | \^, ,. co " ( f. 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