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PAGE SIX BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, APRIL 25, 1938 MEN IN [XH IB 111 ON CflNTEjISH Lose To House of David, I to 0, and to Jackson, 6 to 5 BY J. l>. FRIEND Lack of potentiality nl the |)!nte cropped up ngah) In the tatting order of the Blythcville Giants us tlie losl a pair of eJilbition gnmc.s over the week-end. The louring House of Duviil aggregation defeated tlieui, 1-0, Saturday, while the Jackson Generals, of the Kilty l-engne, gained revenge for their licking Thursday night by coining from behind to nose out the Boboinen, G-5. Veteran .and rookie pitchers shared alike. Clyde "Spot" Heed and Willtam V. "Lefty" Alexander, the two home (owners, divided the hurling Jol) against the bearded boys, and although they yielded but six safeties between them, they were slmdod by O'Brien who gave the locals but five. Ell IWcrlich, Chicago, nnd Lewis Meyran. New York City, the tallest cliunkers on the staff, worked for the Boboinen In the Saulmth struggle, allowing nine hits with Meyran credited foi the loss. Manager Dutch Welch used the crnfty Glenn "Lefty" Dacus, former southern league soulh- pnw, Bud Hliineterger, nnd 1'ollj Cummhigs. As Cummlngs was on duty at tlie finish and the visitors broke tlie tie in tlie ninth, he wan designated- as tlie winning pitcher. Vets Impressive Making tcir first public apuenr- ance, Reed nnd Alexander showed plenty of stuff in holding the lien- ton Harbor aggregation to one run, nnd indicated they are headed foi n great season. Reed pitched the first five innings and was touchec for five lilts, three of them coining In the second when the IsraclHe. scored the only run of tlie game He walked one and fanned 4. A scratch lilt by Shortstop Lick, tin second batter to fnce Alexander was the only sign of a base knock off the left hnndcr. He also whiffet four and issued two bi\sc on balls The recruits, Peterlich nnd Mey ran, didn't do so badly, either. Tlv Generals rapped peterlich's deliver: for four hits and one run 1'iV'.' innuigs, three got on via the Ixis on balls route and three went dow on strikes. Meyran giive up onl five Jilts In lour frnincs but ha the misfortune of having thci: bunched in two innings. He strnc out four anil walked lliree. On! one run was earned by the Genera and that proved to be the big on Three successive hits manufactured the Hotixe of David tally. , Lick • singled to center and, with : the hlt-nnd-rim on, Tucker lilt perfectly behind the runner and the shortstop .ankled tt to third. Catcher Kellerslainmed one through the box on the flrsl pitch anil Lick came In. The Giants had a golden opportunity to knot (he count In the third only to have a double pli\y spoil It. Bou Woods, the new second baseman, singled down the third base line. Dvorak was called out on strikes. Dom Marcel punched one through short and third and Woods raced to third, But Ed Haguskus hit to O'Brien and a twin killing resulted. . Giants Show Power For the first time this spring the Giants showed evidences' ot plate power in losing to the Generals; Their eight hits represented almost double any of their previous exhibition efforts. Five were foi doubles, two by Joe ciirran, center- fielder, two by Steve Tramback . the pitcher converted into n Tlghi fielder, and one by Bobo. Woo* came through with a couple of hit, and Charles "Chuck" Oxley brok into the lilt column for the firs time with a single. Curran's pal of two baggers were his first safe ties, also. Peterlich's wlldness in tho fin, gave the visitors a one run Icac fter tossing out Dick Jones, lie limited Richmond In the ribs nnd nlked Miller. Richmond went lo ilrcl as Marasco attempted lo pick Im off second, lllshop lilt to Woods ho attempted to UB Miller coming own nnd then threw o first in hat everyone believed was n double lay. But the base umpire ruled lal Miller hnd not been touched, lichmond .scored on the play. The Glanls could do noOilng Itli Dacus, but us soon as Rhine-' crger came In they greeted him Jackson ke a IODK lust > I"-'' 1 "ncle. Curmii Jones, alibied down the left field foul ne nnd Triimljiick duplicated the '.illop, to rlf{ht center, scoring urrnn. Hobo walked and Oxley atne through with a hit, .sending Yamtatk u> third. Woo.ls singled i Tramback and Bobo. Dvorak aimed and Mart'ieo walked, flllhu; ii.^.s. Jojie.s made it iiwi'Yi'Jotis lop of KiiguskuV shiii'i) grounder ver the bat; and turned it'lnUj fjist double play. Blyilieville added another In the .fth on doubles by Currun and Summary: Errors — Anderson, Harringlon f>. Runs battwl in — Keller. Double pltiys—O'Urlcn to Lick to 'nickel'. Passed ball—Marcel. Base on bnlls—O'Urlen 1, 1, Alexander 'i. Strikeouts—Heed •), Alexander 4, O'firlen 5. Hits—5 and 1 run off KiTil In r> InnhijjS; 1 and no runs off Alexander In •) Innings, l/ifiing pitcher—Hec<l. Ix^fl on base —House of David 10, niythovlllo 5, Umpires—Ivy and Best. Sunday's Game) All R If PO A ss .... Richmond, 'ill Miller, rf .... Welch, If' Justice, :ilj ., Williams, c .. Dacus. p ... ' Totals lllylhcville Curi'iin, c! 1 U 1 1 1 '/. II 17 2 2 ..32 fi a 27 17 Ali H II I'O A Tmtiib.'K'k, if -I llubo, :ib 2 Totals Score by Innings: Jackson Joljo. and appeared on the road to Iclory. (irnci-ils On Ahead Ilnnington, Peterlieh n-tircd in favor of Mpy- Oxlcy, If nil to start the sixth and "Umg Woods, lib ohn" was in trouble In three of Dvorak, ss lie four innings, <iue principally lo Mnresco, c lis mildness. He Issued to base on Marcel, c: mils In the sixlli but got by with- Ifaguskns, ll> ait any ilainage. The law of aver- Pclcrllch, p . gcs iiuid the Generals) caught up Meyran, p i'ith him land the GlanU) In the evciUh, although he slioukl have •scaped without being scored on. Vlllianis opened with a single and Jacksor 3uminlngs forced him. Jones singled Cilants Hist inside third base. Ilichmoml Summary: ill to Harrington, who hnd ic- ilaccd Hoto at third, and with an asy forceoul at. llilixl, or a possible louble play at second, he heaved he ball to the score board. Cmn- nlns scoring and Jones ndvnnclng o llilrd. Miller lined lo Harrington viiich should have retired the side. Bishop walked, nlllng the bixses. With tlie count three nml livo, 'errtinan clouted a long double to eft center, scoring two and tying he score. Woods rumbled Welch's easy roller nnd Bishop scored, send- 'ng the Generals abend by one-run. The Giant bills svent into action In their half of the Inning and liromptlly tied It up. Raguskus walked and Meyran sacrificed. Cummin:; threw out Cumin but Tramback doubled lo deep right center. Wilh a chance to redeem his bad throw, Harrington's best ellort was a slow roller to Ihe pitcher. Then came the ninth and the winning run. Richmond singled and Miller bunted him to second. He advanced to third on a passed ball and scored on Bishop's fly lo right, field. Trambaek's Ihrow was good but a trifle late. Richmond collided with Marcel --nl the plaie Jusl at the throw arrived and the catcher dropped the ball. It Is doubtfu whether tlie runner would have been tagged out even If he shouli have handled the ball perfectly. Tlie fans received enconragemcu i their last turn, but it was short vecl. Marcel walked. He advanced o second on naguskns' Infield out. usticc threw out Meyran, holding larccl nl second. Welch made a ice catch of Curran's long fly that raveled better than 350 feel. The box scores: (Saturday's Game) louse of David All R, H PO 8 27 1'J first; Brawner, PlggoU, second;). . . Not only that, he appeared Holden, Parngonld, third; and m her picture, "Happy Landing" English, Piggott, fourth. Distance, and was the fomtli skater to HU feet 10 inches. emerge on tlie ice during the floor Mile relay — Piggott (Gordon, j show scene In the latter parlor Nichols, I!. Underwood and Seal) first; Blylhevllle. second; and Parngould, llilrd. Time H inlnules and 40 seconds. ICrrors 100 000 401—0 ooo :uo loo—r. Harrington, Woods. Runs tailed In—Tramback 2, liobo. Woods 2, Bishop 2, 1'eril- nan. Two base hits—Curran 2, I'nimback 2, Bobo, Justice, I'cni- min. Hit by pitched ball—Rlch- nond iby Peterlich). Double play.s -Jones lo KlchmoiKl to Bishop; Dvorak to Woods to Raguskus; iobo to Woods to Raguskus. Wild l.'llch—Pelwllcli. Passed balls — Marcel. Base on balls—Ciuiunings 2, Ihlni'berger 2, Peterlich 3. Meyran i. Strikeouts—Peterlich 3, Meyran t. D-.icus 2, llhinebcigcr 2. lilts— I with no runs off Dacus in 3; C with. 4 runs off li'lilneucrgcr In 3; 1 with 10 runs oir Cummlngs In 3; 4 with 1 run off Peterlich in 5; '5 with 5 runs off Meyran In 4, Wlnnin; iltchcr—Cummlngs. Loser—Meyvau. lie Knnthern U-ilffllC W. IP. Pel. Little Rock e Chattanooga s Atlanta B Memphis .890 .83: .COT 3 Birmingham 3 fl .375 New Orleans :i I! .333 Knoxvlllo 2 5 .28« Nashville 2 li .250 Nixtioniil League. W. I,. Pel. PilUsburgli li 0 l.fXX) New York 5 1 Chlcngo 42 \nderson, 3b .. lanscn, ab -I Velcheck, cf :i 'Ike, rf 4 Muni In, If Jck, s-s ... ruckcr. Ib Keller, c . O'Brien, p Totals 3-1 1 0 21 8 Blythcville AH R H PO A urra:i, cf •) 0 Tramback. rf 4 0 Harrington. 3b 4 0 Oxley. If 3 (I Woods. 2b 4 0 Dvorak, ss 3 0 Mnrct'l, c. '1 0 Gumbert, c —' I 0 Raguskus. Ib '3 o Reed, p i o Alexander, p 2 0 Boslon Brooklyn ... Philadelphia 31. Louis ... •incinnali , American Cleveland .... Joston ................ 4 Washington ........... 4 st. Louis .............. :i Chicago ............... n New York ............. Il Detroit ........ '. ...... . 2 Philadelphia .......... : 1 W. U 4 2 .833 : .fl«7 .000 .333 .200 .107 .1(57 Pet.. ,U01 Blylhcville and Paragould Tic In Triangular Fivcnl On Saturday ' i'ARAClOUIJ), Ark., April 25.— The PitsKOll Mohawks, couched by GCOIKO Ciriinl, won a triangular track and field niccl with Blythc- ville nnd l'afai;onld. clmlklng up u tola] of fi:i |X)int,s. Tlie Blythcvllle Clilckiisaws. coaciicil by Mitchell liest, and the 1'aragonld Bulldogs, coiicliecl by Ralph Hal/lip, tied for second with 4H (Kilnts each. IhaiiKhlon Seal of Plggolt VIM, higli ijolnl man with 21 'h and Jack Dniiilnin of ParaguuUI was second wiUi If). The Mannaduke niul Lux- oru lejiniK were slated to parllclpate lint did not appear. .Sijmjmiry.' 11)0 yanl dash —Dnnhain, Para- iioiild, rirsl; 11. Mosley, Ulylhc-vllle. second; Huncli of Blylliovllle, llilrd; and Underwood. I'lggotl, fourth. Time 10.;i seconds. aso-yarjl diisli —Oiinhatn.' 1'arn- ;oultl. llrsl; U. Mosley. Blythcville. second; English, Piggott, third; and N. Mosley, Blythevllle, fourth. Time 23.2 seconds. •HO-yawl dash — Seal, Piggott flrsl; Hood. Ulythevlllc, second; Cordon. Piggott, third; and Reed, Paragould, fourth. Time 55.2 seconds. -yard run — Blckerstalf, Bly- thcville, first; Patrick, Paragould second; Brawner, Piggott. third; and Nettles, Piguotl, fourth. Time 2 minutes ll>3 .seconds. 120-yard dash—Jenkins, Blythe- vllle. First; Wnn-lngton. Blylhevllle, second; mid Brnwner, Piggott, third; Harvey, Paragould, fourth.' Time n.l seconds. 220-ynrel low hurdles — White, 1'aragoHkl, first; Vineyard, Piggolt. second; Jenkins. Blytheville, third; and WtirrliiBloir, of BIytlievlile, fourth. Time 2U seconds. 880-yurd relay — Blytheville iCi'dlg, Beshares. ^f. Mosley and n. Mosley), first; Paragould, second; nnd Piggott, third. Time 1 minute 38.3 seconds. Mile medley relay—Piggolt,(Gor- don, Nichols, Haley and Brawner), first; BIytlievlile, second; Paragould, third. Time 3 minutes 58.2 .second, 1 ;. Pole vault—Dunham, Paragquld, firsl; Seal, Piggott, second; Wheelis. Piiragould, third; Herget, Pai'a- gould, fourth. Height 10 feet 8 Indies. .Shot put—Davis. Piggott, .first; W. Smith, Paragoukl, second;'Godwin, BIytlievlile,: third; nhcl'-Brayvn- er, Piggott. fourth. Distance 3B,feet Vt Inches. High jump—Seal, Piggott, 'first; Cozart, Biythevllle, second; Haley, Piggott, third; and Nichols, Pig- golt, fourth. Height 5 feet •! inches. Discus — Senl, Piggott, first; W. Smith, Paragould, second; \Var- rlngton, Blythcville, third; and Godwin,' Blytheville, fourth. DIs- The Dope Bucket lly J. UNUSUAL TRADK - The mall rai; this morning hrouyht an Inter- sting Idler from Dale Barron, of Osceola, concenihi(j Merrill llub- uiill, younger hrolhcr of tho National Ij-ague cluimplon's King Jarl, and n member of the House of Uavld pitching stalf, and also the whereabout.'; of John Scolinos, erstwhile Indian first .sacker . . . Barron has done no little pitching himself, bavinj; served many seasons In the Texas League and other loops, and Is (gunUned lo discuss tho dlimmml giime . . . llo man- agi'd the Jonesboro GlntiLs ul the .start of the 1930 season . . . His letter Is as follows: "Aflcr listening to Friend "Penny" (I'ciniiiiglon) inlcrvlewlng members of the House of David over KLCN this morning, tlie picture . . . Ills salary Is said to reach three figures per week, and expenses ... lie Is scheduled lo appear again this fall and winter with the former Olympic r.kathiK 1 recalled an incident concerning Merrill Hubbell Hint probably has no equal In organized baseball In 1932 I was n member of Ihe Foil Smith club, of Ihe Western Association, and just before mid- season I drew my release, but, luckily, I caught on with Muskogee . . . after two weeks with Musko!;«' tlie franchise was moved to Iliitcliinson, Kansas . . .In the meantime. Runt Man-, Manager of Port Smith, was having his troubles there and moved the fi-an- :hlsc to Muskogee . . . Merrill Hubbell had joined his club and Ike myself, was having trouble winning ... At u gnmc one night in Muskogee. Rnnt found himself without baseballs to start the game, and evidently without funds tlie crowds had been very poor : . Approaching Marly Purlell of the Independence, Kansas, team, who was playing there that night, Runt offered to trade a left handed pitcher, namely Merrill Hubbell, for six basebnlls so the game mlghl get under way . . . The deal wns quickly closed nnd. ironically enough, Hubbell, on his first pilcli- ng attempt for his new club shut out Muskogee (the club that had traded him), 11-0, and .so history MAKES GOOD -Call It whatever you like, bul il looks like a slrenk of luck in Ketllnn Second llaseman Bnb Woods . . . Woods came lo Blythevllle fire gratis upon the boost of Jimmy f'owell. Manager of Ihe Greenville, Miss, liui-ks . . , Jimmy's Infield wns all set. and could nol use him so he recommended him lu Bobo . . . Pressed fornn Infielder since lln> relire- incnt of George Piall, Her.sh wired to send him on ... In two games Woods has Eeciiri'd lliree hits in trips lo Ihe plate, handled 12 of thirteen chances in the field and WHS hi lljo middle of three, fast double plays . . . This unusual part of il all is that h«' Is playing position he lias never plnytd before, having always played on Iho left side of the infield . . . He Is n clean cut youngster and takes his basebiill seriously . . , He should help the Giant:; this .slimmer. . . . VETERANS READY ....... If the showing or Clyde "Spot." Reed and I.elty Alexander against Hie House of David. Saturday, is any criterion, they are going to be of un little help to the Giants . . . Both are in great shape and. unless 1 miss my guess, that is going lo play a great part in Ihe pennant chase about to get, under way . , . Reed's fasl ball was zooming in there with power, anil He seemed to have edeveloiied more "break" Lopez And Curry Will Swap Grip Kiuil \jo\tn will probably encounter some uf 11)0 toughr.sl opposition ol his enlire unit career when lie sliiilllos toward the center of (Me ring toiiiglu (o in Wliss with K:un "Hull" Cliffy, 11 l;li;-<'hesit ; d fellow who sh'.AU-d here (or llic first time last v t-ek wiiui lie tos-si'd dm Ilia U.is::)> ',\Hh own battle as the preliminary feature of tlie show. Parker is former middleweight champ of the U. navy and one of the besl men t',\ his cla.ss in professional ran! Wlsuar has youth and strength on Ills side utiil wiough cxiicrlence to make him a real menace to i'ne former gob. the Uirmt-rly miaitli'- K ila-uil. have put Wei«Ut:i of lhl.S <U'i'jtHl liul. Ills kiiile ami In''. 1 '. him ili-linitely hi the h< <:l!i;>: where they ni'nv slower hut. lull h.n-:|tr. Cur:;' hn«; Ihe wcieht and Ihe das.; lie showed Hint in ins lir-,1 :<|j[)«u:mw lien. 1 last week, lit He imive.s faster than tre ordiiiury iK'-avywdtilit. wresllur and there will IJM little cioiilji, (jut that l.o- l>e/ will have plenty ul trouble to keep from looking nt the culling tonight. More wrcstlinft talent" on thf turd will be ftplloi 1 urker and OILS Wishar who will engage in their Yesterday's Results Siiiillirrn Iw-uf. liirmliiKliimi 10, Memplrls 0. Atlanta 10-10, Knoxviilc 3-1. I,iltle Hock 13-3. New Orleans 'I-I. Nashville 1, ClmtlanooEa C. Rraii uouner Newt Want, Ada Meats and Groceries At A Savings Shop and Save Here We nay Highest I'rices on 1'otiHry at till Times. GAINES MKT. 118 W. Main SI. Phone u;s on his No. 2 . His control was good . . . Letly docln'l open up but once or twice, yet he laid enough to subdue tlie House of David hitters, and they're no soft pickings for any team . . . His curve was a pip and not once was It rapped solidly John Tuck- was made" Barron also sent 2 .GOT j lance 101 feet 8 inches. 2 .GC7 Broad jump—Seal, Piggott, llfst; :i ,fi(W \ English. Piggott, second; White, '( .SOOi Pninijoiild. third; nnd R. Mosley, 4 AM Blythevllle, fourth. Distance 'JO feel, •» .XtrG'i Inches. 4 .20(11 Jiuelin—Douglas, t'n rngoul it. a clipping from the Sporting News, national baseball weekly, .showing that Scolinos was doing nil right by himself and Corpus Christe," of the Texas Valley League IC.C. is a Brown farm) . . . In the league opener, Ihe "Greek" had a single n double, two triples and three rims driven in to show for his days work with the willow . I .He handled nine, chances in tlie fieli sans error : . . Not bad. John, no half bad for a starter! • • » TCE SKATER —Penny PennIng- ton gives us some inside-dope about Charlie Parker, who plnyed second base part of last year for the Osceola Indians, now handling the pivot, position for Meridian . . . Penny says Parker is nn accomplished Ice skater and recently accompanied the great Sonja Heinle on her tour over the United Stales er, manager and first baseman of the bewhiskered lads, Catcher Keller, Anderson, third baseman, anil Pike, a young shorlstop, fanned and afterwards praised the "ol lefthander" . . . Reed still looks like the opening day pitcher. . . PEPPER GAME—The widely advertised "pepper trio." Tally, Anderson and Tucker, and thciv pcp- pev game during Hie fiflh inning Ived up to all expectations . . The way in which they handled the ball was little short of iniracul oils and was well wortli Ihe pric, of admission . . . Like tlie litlli dog's tail, there wasn't enough o it. ... 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