The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 1, 1936 · Page 6
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'i'.'PAGE SIX Grocers Meet Electiics; Friday Games Moved Up to Thursday By 3. V. FRIEND Games In the Commercial Soft- bail League scheduled for Friday night will be played Thursday night; it hns been announced by President Fred s Snltba The moving up of the doubleheader was necessitated by the gala events In celebration of tile op:n- ing of Walker park. Tonight's twin bill brings together McMullln's cash Grocery and Ark-Mo Power In the opensr, wllh Phillips Motor Company making Its bid to stop Robinson Drug In the second game. Ths first will begin at 8 pm Despite a change in managers, importation of several players, and a wholesale shifting of the Ark-Mo Power batting order, (ne Hotpolnts have been unable to shate free of the losing streak that lias reached six. John Smith has succeeded Harmon Taylor as pilot, nncl im addedTrekes, a f.iiid baseman, and first baseman Jordan. Mlcblc, a Sleele boy, has been secured and likely \U)I take the mound tonight Se\eral other changes are under consideration. Smith said. McMullIn has round a new tilt- ting star in Dutch Welsh, n ho threatens the batting crown now worn by 'Shoslcis" Bill Godwin But other troubles have cropped out For four innings tncy seemed well on their way lo \lctory over Kohlnson but Everett Eubanks blew a,10-5 lead, the Cowboys winning in. Uie sixth, n-io The Oroceis have been gelling their share of the •wallops but so far haven't been Hie to curb the hats of their opponents H Robinson will be minus the services of Marshall Blacknrd fought The star sbortfieldcr was suspend- COURIER NEWS GOAT GETTERS'- By Krcnz '£ //VC/xl/v 6lV£H tWQ Ca'JCHDeS you A 'Rv-FcarcK, 7/y/rv, AS w CAWLESSW TAP i!o',v DO you VA .WSS££>... VgjSi V_< \ 'lilfir <MF. /.-^-,'HT GlV£f> VMS WL^~'., JfeFv To M..,. /J-Z, /^i-'X, /';J'' HAiHAilL, . YAMSSEV... '\j2jl V_, ' 6lV£f> M2i/ feC x ~' , 'MI r AW m^^%,'^^. x^-. >.& « /;.^^-;;'^^-' ,.^>-—/ -^^•&' wp..-/--^'^^ -^ h .•';%,'. -M *%fr^\\\ / / ^t& .«* i ^ -^: "'-• ^^11 Big Catcher Drives In Six l^uns As Indians Overwhelm Batesville The WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, 1 936 TO FIRST PLSGE xnimiingham 33 38 IJttle Hock 30 39 BY 1. I'. FRIEND xChallanooga 35 39 nonrr>i A ,, Ncw Orleans 30 40 OSCEOIA July l.-Paul Ruck- Memphis ers bat drove In six runs as the Knoxvlllc Osceola Indians burled the Uates- vlile While Box under n 'sixteen lilt barrage, and won 11-5, lo Southern League 1 1 M .... w. i, pet. Leads Northeast Arkansas Atlanta 52 24 084 I r> M ., 47 33 .sea lj °°P "V Narrow Margin .500 .480 .41!) .474 American In Stretch Drive new uneans so 40 474 Osceola clung to Us narrow lead Memphis 31 45 '403 ln 'he Northeast Arkansas league Knoxvlllc 30 47 jgo yesterday by winning over the last place Batesvlllc club, n i 0 ' 5 while Jonesboro was splitting two grimes with Newport and Caruth- crsvllle was halving.a pair vith Paragould. .529 Newport won Ihc nrst game ,„ ,, -•, - .520 f'' om Joneiboro 9 to 3While Jones— •-• • ••h"^< wwunj.iiijf, uuu- Washington 30 33 522 boro won tile second 7 to 4 bled and singled twice on his first Chicago 31 35 470 | Caruthersvllle beat Paragould 4 hree trips lo Uie plate, sending Philadelphia 24 41 36'J lo :i >>ul- drooped Ihe second do two mutes across on each wallop, i St. Louis 21 42 ia» clslon, 10 to c riii iii i< tv,..,ii. u. -- i. ... . .. . . «j"ij New York League W. I,. 22 Pet, .681 _ (icsiwrately to their narrow K-Ml for flrsl place In the North- Boston ...'.:'.'. 33 32 '543 east, Arkansas Ix?afue. Cleveland "30 Tlic hurley catcher, who looks Detroit '.'..'.. w lunded for higher company, don Northeast Arkansas I.eajne Caiuthersvllle 4-<5, Paragould 310. Jonesboro 3-7, Newport 0-4. Osceola 11, UMcsvllle !>. Ancient Oilice Itcvlvcd EDINBURGH (UP)—The' ancient office of Governor of Edinburgh Castle has been revived. Gen. str Archibald Cameron, general officer commanding - In-chief, Scottish command, now holds Uie ancient title which goes back to the 12th been In abeyance since isert Century. TKe title of B0vernoi . ha( , licfore You Buy Any Outboard - Si'u U| C NEPTUNR 2 II. I'. .Single Cyl. (Other Sizes to 1G H. pj I) TIRE & HATTKKY CO. On his fourth time he was hit, by a pitched ball, and rapped a hard grounder to Cordell, who made a ISIUer feeling still exists between the Osccoia and Jonesboro clubs over lighting facilities at the National League «J-" -• *v v^«j>\itn, YV1IU JllllUL' U I • ' VJ T. Pff remarkable slop, on his final al- St. Louis 43' 25 .632 Jone.sboro park'''^'^''^^^^".^ enip. Alfred Kelley, working at Chicago 41 26 .021, lest by Osecola^f JoncsSo', vie" 'i™ 1 . b:U : C ' "I ">. thc " lltl "ff wl"> r! lta )""»." M 31 .551 Uory under the llghU 7lU awa !te four out of live, Including « double. Cincinnati j ,, ...^ », fa ij,,, oMii itWtllU*) - •;;•-•; 30 30 .545 a vote of the league directors on ft*". Yoi ' k 37 31 .5441 the disallowance of the protest b Hn^fnn on no jm i««. n-..n- .-. ~ . i"" 41 --' 1 - U) __ •• •• .•,ui iii tUii • iitu tuntiuuwiiiiLC O| Hie Manager -Lonnlc Ellirldgc 1 ™im!(Ic' , ' Ol1 32 38 .457 Joe Dertlg, Paragould, mtf) •^-s;?-Ss2Br---tt-Mi' vf-4 ^^^^^^^^ PICK• UP we BALL. WIKH A rvrr is e rgcina<;' ""• n bad guess (or his mound selec-1 ''" Hon. lie paraded Doc Williams "' Vohrccs, and Harkey liv that order to the pnrupet, with Hurkcy being the most effective. But the damage was already done when he took charge, and his good pitching went to waste. president «--"ut.ni cd for one week following his run- In with Umpire Herb Drowning Wednesday, wil'n that exception Dick Potter will send the same tenm that has gained a two run lead In the loop. Keimlt Copclaml will be the probnKe mound selection. Phillips displayed plenty of power In tripping Ark-Mo Power, 1710, and may provide a major upset If they arc in the same hlt- I ting frame of mind. Abe Kin- COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN! Weds. - Thurs. "BETTER THAN 'FUGITIVE FROM,A CHAIN GANG'! allied with Cost of Weeds In U. S. Put at Three Billion DAVIS, Cal. (UP)— Weeds cost the united states an annual loss of $3,000,000,000, according ( o rjr. W. W. nobbhis. bolany professor at the Agricultural College of tho University of California, who Is planning a nntlon-wkle campaign ngaliist llicni. stale suffer- — ~--.-..r-~ u.tv vi, iiko O1IEI1JJJ with a couple, wlille tlic ever dangerous Grovcr Wnlttle came thru with two hits. Jlmmle Smolhcr- iiMvn, while n member of the Pas- "The damage from weeds fays Waller Winchell ITLVIA ,. 'I thorn In the Robinson side ne u-wL" 1 "'" ih ^°" ly . ti " 10 tilc y wcrc jl^nljl lmvc •— -- t»" "uju viuuus l(j SO much [jrcalcr than i>coplc realize" he says, "that concerted action to I control various weed pcsls Is haiil Mo Obtain. The llrrmnvnlt,,i, «f , , ,- He ° obtaln ' Tno er ln "' ly l' roclllcls cnt'n with two out. Hndlers More 1'leiitlful LAMAR, Colo. (UP)—lt Is reported tlmt there are n mr»c number of rattlesnakes on Ihc i ral- is « ^**>»»•• • ••» •** '. v 11 t~ * .f^^r , Preparation of file soil for human consumption involves tlic elimination of weeds or their effects. "Weeds also' cause damage in many olher ways. They compete ser ously with crops, lor plant food moisture and light; they Increase the cost of preparing many crop's for consumption; they Impair Che nuallty or reduce the value of maiiv — .F--'-. i* t ..>j o|jiLuj{ mms l^^ncts of the soil- tlicy h-irbor washed them out\'of the rocks and j |" sccts nnri f »»sus pjsls dcstrucl- Pllts. They.arc In a vicious mood ' lvc <"' Injurious to economic plants- 011(1 Will strlk-o ii'U'nmi* i nilrl thfu nr/i c-rt,,,r,n, ... . ' . nnd will strike without according ( 0 reiwrts warnln» _ ClamoiKis ' arc never found mass formation, but always single crystals. W/IA. Wilier ABEL • Btuco CABOT q\watd ELLIS • Walter BRENNAN ,, Bsc^a on > tlo.jrbyNom.n K,, !ni Dlyaltiky Fills Un, aad b, loioph L. MinVloxtcc . E , Ftcda l« Paramcunl News and "Hit and Run Driier' — ^Admission — Malmcc— 10 i 25c— With l c Ta J;SIgl>(— 10 & 35c— With le Tax - > "SATURDAY, ,)UI,Y .)— • MIDNIGHT "OWL" SHOW With Chester Morris and Margot Gnihame Comin. July 8_9_.. SAN M CISCO" with Clark Gabl ..Jeanetfc McDonald. .. ^-TUESDAY, JUF-Y 7— ;;S100.00 BANK NIGHT! 1,-v.t ni-ht Malcolm Shannon of Osceola, Ark., was called for the !»5 He w»s not present Malinccor i\i|lil—Making Bank Deposit next T(l«day J100W. omc pans- and they are sometimes so polsotil ous as to endanger the life or health of man and nnlmrUs," lie declares. i Dr. Bobbins has already launched his campaign for weed control as for as California Is concerned Whether Yon Like 'Em Mixed or Straight. - - We Sell the Best! Call for your favorllc braml of whiskey, gin, brandy nr «-!„,.;__ we have II. You ran always find a cooii supply or MIC Best Liquors llrrc. Camp Moultrie Liquor Store I.OC,\THI> AT CAM]' On Higliw.ij- MOlll.THIE "Doc" Williams started but bowed out In 1 1-3 Innings, nflei- beltij! toinmyliawkcd for six lilts and three runs, and left two In- cllnns on the paths. Bespectacled Volirccs, Ills successor, was as wllil as a Texas Jock rabbit, anil was cracked solidly when he did get the pill over. He. permitted the two on base when he assumed command to score, and one to boot during; his like tenure. The bases wore Jammed, and three balls on tile batter, "Skip" Williams, .when Etherldgc waived him out. Har- kcy's first two pilches resulted in three runs, Ills Ilrst was a ball, forclujj In Briii'incr. Rucker greeted bis next pitch with a single registering Mills and Slgnnlgo. Harkey took a hitch In his trousers and forced Liberia to ix>p out The only other run off him came when Perry let Mill's single get 22 45 .328 of Hie league. .22 46 .324], T |ie Indians and Oiants nre scheduled to play at Jonesboro on Friday again and Osccola has serv- iN'ullhc.isl Arkansas I.oaeue Osccola Caruthersvlie •lottcsboio ,.. ,W. L, Pet. ...20 17 .005 ...27 19 served notice that, they will not play ...20 19 In- Prcsi- Newport Parufjould „ Balosflllc 12 34 [201 Today's Games Southern League Memphis al Atlanta. Birmingham at Chattanooga. Little Hock at Knoxvlllc. New Orleans at Nashville. , , «< k ';i»»tc lighting system. ' 3CrllB hfLS nilc " tlmt ra, "" " ot be forc " 1 lo P'ay the .400 ccmlng Jone.sboro game at night while Piesidcnt Houston JohiLson of the Jone.sboro club has issued a statement that Jonesboro Is reaclv to play Priday night- and Is expecting Osceola to appear for the L'amc. National League Chicago at Cincinnati. St. Louis at Pittsburgh. New York at Boston. Philadelphia at Brooklyn, two. Baseball Results Southern I.eapie 7, Memphis 1 (night Northeast Arkansas Leagu Batesville at Jonesboro. Newport at Caruthcrsville. Only games scheduled. American league Detroit at Chicago. Boston at New York. <,».vn i ttij ici. iviuLA bmgjc KCL OLevcianci at St. Louis, through him In the eighth, Mills' Washington nf Philadelphia. halting a Ihlrd. Slgnalgo rolled f out. William's i ong fly to right put him over. ' i Crady Unmncr went the distance for the Indians and'" was credited with his second victory ' since drawing his release from dugout to snare Ethcrldgc's foul Jonesboro. He yielded but six lilts, | nml end the game. two being home runs by Cordell! and Hurst each with n runner on ' Scorc b S T 'i"»gs: In the third and fourth Innings ° s ™ oln 2 « 010 OOx - 11 respectively, and coasted behind m ' c f lllc 002 MO 001 - S the big lead gained In the first Bl > u erles: Williams. Vohrccs, three Innings. He became a little 1y nlul NDVnrii : Brunncr and wild In the ninth, walklnr Perrv I Rllckcr - Umpires—McDonald and hitting Bennett. followed by Cotnc ''' i i. Cordell's second hit for the final I • to the visiting Read Couner News Classined Ads. Atlanta game). Knoxvlllc 8, Little Rock 2 ' New Orleans 9, Nashville '7 Birmingham at Chattanooga, 2 WAYS TO KEEP COOL .sk on an iceberg—or take a chill, icy drink made with RONRICO ••'1 (DiiLUM. American League New York lo-o, Boston 5-3 Detroit at Chicago, rain Cleveland at St. Louis, rain ^Washington at Philadelphia, National League St. Louis 2-4, Pittsburgh. 1 1 Boston 7, New York C film Icebergs are hard (o lind Ibis summer! But you can keep cool 03 Ihcy do in tropical Puerto Rico — vilh icy, refrigerating diiriks made from RONMICO— light bodied Puerto Rico rum. Here's a superb imrjorled rum with a price that's "way down Ihoro." simply because it's imported cluty-lree. Try i| lodu'y lor good summer drinks lhal TASTE good. 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