The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 10, 1934 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 10, 1934
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SDE NflTS Washington Good Enough to Repeal Win of Lasl Year, Manager Molds. EDITOR'S NOTK: This Is one cf a scries cf .irtli-lrs from OIL- bin hanie b.wkill Uainlir; rainpv rnalv7lii7 (lit peni-iiil rhiuu<» ot (lie i.irious teams. I1Y llll.l. I! K. -MICH KK NEA SmJir S|iw Is Kdlfor BI1.0X1, Mlss.~Tho l-iiin Ihiu look llic Senators in the Icngm* chiunvlonshlp last your Is rjoo-.l enough lo win aj.iin II Is a tc;im not only \vllli iiw ability bin 1ms the wJUini; s|)lnl tlini a eliampluii needs. The Sinn'.ors \uint lo svijx- out wlint ihcy remind us mi liisiili— the 1KB of lh,> world . L . r ies to lln; tilnnu, four j;Aine.s lo one. "Thf<e r.j-i! thtwphls thai ucp :erioi:>.ly oxpmmdrd 10 me h. i" by Jtx Cronln, one of the mrsi litciiiscd bast-tall ninmgfrs in (".e trade. Said Joe: "We hail tlie beM all imum-1 club In baseball year. I mini:. and have • iniuli! only one change. Johnny Slone for Oocue Goslin. This year we nol only have practically (he same club but we Invv Improved by the cxix-rlmce of winntiiL; ;i championship. p«yi though «-p did grt it;c voret ot Ihe breaks In the uorlcl tcvloi. ."We led Hie Icuifiie In fieldlnx and hitting, nnil judging from the way the fellows linve stiinod mil Hits year, we ousjlit to do It Big Batsmen of the Nats The pitching had held up remarkably Insi year, especially that provided by General Alvln Crowder. CouUl another such sea- foil tc expected? "We're coiiiulnj on n lot more from Monte Weaver this your. He won 10 tames for us, and ouijht to win twice Hint ninny. He didn't gel Into action very curly because of a lame arm. Now- he's In good shape. ' ' "Crowder won 24 games and Wliltehlll won 22. We can't expect thorn lo win Hint many this year, but S Uiink Weaver will • come up with 20. Stewart won IS last year and he'll win more than Hint. "I'm countini! on Ray Prim us tlie best of Ihe rookies. He has been showing »p iii, c n minion dollars in spring training. Ed Linkc is another wlio is showing plenty of stuir—enough to warrant storting him. anyway." » * • Aside from stone replac I n g Goslln fn the outfield, and thy loss of Sam Rice were any other changes conlemplatcd? "We still may make a trade for another pitcher. And the third base job probably will be divid- JBLYTHEYILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS u Contrasting Types of Performances Exhibited Re- fore Mat Fans'Monday. Local wrestling . fans were treat','° tw° tyycs of mat pcrform- inces at ilie armory last nl°hi — one roush and ready act W one srl-> contest. Joe Cronln Is counting on two men lo come through for him llits ycur; It they do, he says, the Senators can repeat. They are Cecil Travis, shown above at right with Joe, who may replace the veteran oss.e Bh.ege at third base, and Johnny Stone, below, the oulilelder Ihe Nau got in a deal with Detroit for Goose Goslln. ed between Travis. Tnappy the way, did you notice Blnege Is wearing Blnsses?" The brilliant Blcuge and Cecil Tn addition to being a fielder. Travis lilts. By that with suectacles was one of the first things (he writer had observed In looking over the Senators (apologies to Nick Altrock and Al Schacljt). How ntont Ulnege? "Well. It's a contest for third base between Travis and Bluege, and that's about nil I can say about it. Knowing Bhiegc as you do. that ought lo give you a preltv pood line on what «-c think of " Sandy Hidge Club Names Heavyweight As "ITotne" Umpire J. Frank Adams, pinno pound- Ing heavyweight of this city, has been chosen as ofllclal home umpire for all games at Sandy Hidge ball park, on Highway 61. south of niytheville. this season, Charlie Barker, manager of the club has announced. Adams Is one of the largest men In llils section, standing better Hisn six feet and weighing well over 200 pounds. Adams has acted as arbiter of g»mes In this lerrilqrybefore'an efficient umpire, according to Mr.' Barker However it Is admitted that Mr Adams' stature nml bulk were not overlooked in selecting him for the task; Disturbances usually directed at Ihe umpire, ar« not unknown around country bal'l parks In this section The sandy Ridge club Is ready for Its annual campaign and is anxious to meet good independent cluUs in this section.: Travis would have to Travis." It did. u be pretty Rood to "dlaplneo uie brilliant keeper of the third sack even thouqh .o.<slc had boeged down a bit in (he lamented world series. Cronln. however, had dropped a h nt in which there seemed to be 1'lentv of story ,vh m he mentioned that the club might make a trade for n pitcher. Coald It be that the Senators were not expecting quite as good results from the staff which performed so nobly during 1D33? GOLF ^^^ DV Art Kranr By Art Krenz It is one of the principal fundamentals of (he golf swing to cock ihe wrists' nt the top of the bnck- swlns. Speed nml power nrc added to the swing tljereby, us when (he wrists are uncocked in the downswing u vigorous punch is obtained. It should be remembered that the left hand must be in control When the top of the backus-ing is Luxon Now Ev*n With Chicks in Ball Games ? whools are now eve,, in the matter of r.jxeball wins and losses The Rlvthevllle team won the first tilt between t|,e schools but l-uxora countered by taking the ««md. The .score of tlw Inst gam- was 6 to 2. Tlie Chicks played a ragged rame, malting seven errors. Htttine honors went to B. Lynch of Luxora and Blackard of Blythevillc. Marathon Skater Will Paw Thronf h BlytheviUe MEXfCO. Mo.-Asa Hall, long Blythevllle on 'his marathon roller skate trip from here to Washington, D. c. Hall, who hts been In trainln* here, expects to leave April 12 He will probably reach Blythe- vllle the Utter part of this week or early next week. Hall «•!) make a 1,0ft) mile trip to th< «plt»l, he s»yr The local skate believes this will establish some find of a record. Five freshmen on the University or low. track S4t*d can do the l*»-;trd d«Ui la Slides Bill Braucher F)o»nces Whtn Wesley Ferrell told reporters at Greensboro, N. C,, the other day that he had enough money to meet his needs for the next 30 years, he wasn't fooling The Indians'! holdout .might even have . sijld _iaa years • without a great deal of' exaggeration. '; -** 0 ^ s • ^ en pald , since he sfarWd pitching fox the,. Indians siic years ago is P :young man"; .who does not • toss bis *helteJs .around. One of his teammates told:m« .-Wes probably has saved »SO,000,. and that is a conservative estimate, since he ives frueally.and.has none of the habits which require money to in- Arm In- Doubt ....... '" On the .theory, that his arm Is shot. Cleveland offered Wes • *f> MO tills year, with' a bonus plan effective after .ten -victories Perrell insists thac his arm is okay and IK wants to be paid on that assumption. Billy Evans gave F?r- rell the privilege during the wln- own .. It was believed another major l eague club would put up the money. But Wes couldn't negotiate, .10 after three weeks the The fact ou withdrawn, wns last pracu- — ...,~ ,i^n ouiuMicf yrac cally killi chances for a trade. FVrrell was p! c it el l up in 1921 and received' a bonus of »3000 lor signing n contract. He pitched mly one inning that year, and *« paid $530. In 1928 he was (armed to Terre Haute, where he won 20 games and lost g His Pay was J500 a month. Lat c i n hat year he was brought to Cleveand where he pitched 16 Innings, 11603 32° eamcs ' and was P 3 '" • » • oirs bf floe The year following was one of nw great seasons. He won 21 games for Cleveland, losing 10 ' reached, there should be B plcns- a«t feeling of firmness In the left 'and. The club should be held firmly so Umi u does not turn In the hand. Tlie snap or the wrists ns they ore uncocked Just before Impact gives the ball Impetus after the nlon O f a mon d r i v | ng a 11 In Mtet « — T-~~«..»%* ->%»Ully 8 ----- bonus. Fen-ell's contract for 1930 called for $9flOo and he r ecelved a bonus of »looo win 'In? 25 games. In 1931 his salary was raLvd to $15.000 and won 22 games. He signed in 1932 for »18,000 jut was suspended and fined by Manager Pecklnpaugh. bringing his actual pay down to 116.92216 He won 23 games that year. Last sr. -,. son Perrell signed for $12000 and ui mldseason his arm collapsed Because ot his hitting ability he was tried In the outfield bit as an outfielder he was pretty ter^ won over muiu - -" ' ] e feature match which i»s generally acknowledged us ihe cleanest" match staRcd here since the current revival of the »'hl!ng racket. In a preliminary that wasrou ( ;h all the way, Paul Bsizcllc wru .^^l' 1 '!. 1 "^". *»*» 6,*edy apparently one O f the roughest of rou»h actors u> „, ]. pe?i h,.-e, was disqualified. th . -.--, „„.. u,o 4 uiiJ4;ifU. Knicnel find Smith concentrate " an exchange of grips and ANOTHER MAN NAMED SMITH TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 1^ IM-IKE. ._ „ . * o* 'I*- 1 tuill KM L -formers Knlch '^ 1>rclimln;u >' .Smith ihe second and KnK-h- the third. Knichel came out KII Bji-nlnno spin lo spin Smith In a -hurry for the i K TO ii lt .'; h wns fasl "" "'<i way n both .performers Uisdtilninn resort to the usual stnpx'.lck tactics of the present rtny m!U . men and confining thejr affair to " test of grips. Bawlle and Lawrence had fall apiece when Lawrence i V, apparently for chok- - ifli ? pponcnt - Despite his <lls- iliflcatlon Lawrence's rough rk was Imnressive enough urn- rnoters said, that tliey would match Win against Roy Welch, kingpin of mat shows here and tlie roii»h- est of the rouuh on local mate They will probably meet in n pre-' limlnary match next "week A seven year old .son of Smith, "ino Li a physical educational in- itrpctor in a jnckson, Tcnn jun- or college, gave a tumbling prr- onnance as an added attraction. Soft BaFIeague ~ Opens Season Tonight The recently organized Commer- al sot ball league will open play it Haley Field tonight win, two ,ames slated to be played under lie floodlights. Jn one frame the Pastime Plas- ERRATIC Pf KIM FROM MAKjW A BETfeR "I0WIN& IT WAS Tt-hi Vowoe PRO To LAsf.Bou^o PuRwe OPEN IN I93o PRioR TO REC£A)tuV .HoRvToM SfyMiED AtfEMPt AT A SUGCESSFUU COA\E8A6'< BY W/WM/W& THS FiRST AhONUAU INyitATlON TouRWAMEMT parlor, will meet the Teacher Terrors, composed of tthool Instructors. ' In another game tennis rcpre- wntlnt Robinson -Drug'company Tuesday - Weds. Mat. 2:30, 10-23c Nile 6:45.- I0-35c 4-H Clubs WiU Have Cage Meet at Manila A connly-wiile tournament for boys and yir | s 4H dl|b basket _ ball learns will be held at Mano?.... A|jn! 20 1 "- d 21. Arnold PhillijK. presiilm .of the county couneil of 411 clubs has announcod Cups ivill be given the wlnnliw ROXY Tues.-Wed.-Thurs. MAT. & NITE—10c - 25c . .— e w *s one of the tn-ot Arkansas state college trackmen 1 to capture first places in » triangular m«t last week with Hen- 1 ^ e °' thc ° Mrkl his team finished third P ° n la is the only continent of which th* tlftr ^ native. Don't Forget Caudill's Agency General Insurance THE BIG LAUGH SHOW > with EDWARD EVERETT NORTON UM«To*l,L.l(.H r ,m,,/_, i 6 !!" 1 MI «'ti«H- JoVl M O Cennor. Str«»npl*» Hiv«i «nd S.<i 9 wkk Pr*HM«i fey C.rl Li, J^, ' ,A UNtVt»SAL WCIUBE, I'aramount News The KxpectaiU Kalhtr" An All Star Cornedv —Coming To The Hit/.— April 19 • 2() Al Jolson in "The Wonder jwf' with Ricarilo Corlez, Dekires D«l Rio, Dick Powell and Kay Francis d Kirhy Brothers Drug company will clash. Four oilier teams arc staled to ny u week from tonight. pi tram/; and the tourney will be played on the outdoor court at Manila high school. If weather will not permit ihe games will be played as scheduled the tourney will be postponed until April 27 and 28. All players must be members "of a 4H club in good siandiug nnd tennis must be roglslercd with Phillips by -April 15. Boys learns must not consist of more than eight players and aiils teams ol more thnn nine player:,. All ieamj, must be ready for play by onrj o'clock P. M., ihe llrsi d:iy of Uiif nicel with n sponsor to voucll for players of each. A Titled Lady A Pretty Girl Two Foot Cowboys—and a HORSE! —all mixed up aboard ihip, in swell hotels and In ritxy society ballrooms In th« niott hilarious bit of «x- citlnQ tomfoolery «ver i:reen*dl cil< Hyjm>, ftriilmni Golt- icik. May 8cittr, LiKillt Lund, Torrtnct. Dirccttd by Edwm $cdj>ic(i. Sci«npl«y by H. M. W«lk<r ^nd Oile V«n Evtry. Prt- itnttd by Ctrl L<«mwlt. A UNIVERSAL PKTURE. Fox News Comedy—"North of Zero" 2 AVOID ; HOT-WEATHER TROUBLE with Magnolia's 7 POINT PROTECTION Drain, fluih acxl rtfill ctinkcm with correct chirt grade of MobiJoIl for Jummer driring. Dnin.cUin ind refill tranimuiion w[th MotnloU Grar Oil, jummer jrjJe. n Driin, dun »ml ttfill difftiintijl with •* Motiloil Geir Oil, lummtr gr»d«. jfKial Mobjl^rriui ar Approved bjr your ctr minuficturcr. 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