The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 19, 1934 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 19, 1934
Page 6
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" Jimmy Foxx Gets Pair and i Babe Ruth One; Other Z Sluggers Share, ',"'. .T-.e Giants and Senators won ~ again yesterday but the home run "'Hitters took ihe piny away from the champs and American Ullc- i holders with Jimmy Foxx, slugging | Mack ace, getting two and the king- i phi of clouiere, Babe Riit'n, one. '«• Other sluggers made It a great dny •* 'for homers. ;', The Giants defeated the Phillies ..,C to 2 at New York. Fred I-ltzsim- ' .-mons pitched for the Giants nl:d '"held t.-e Phils to five hlls. The ,".! Giants gathered nine blows. The •' Giants scored four runs in an ;'^ eighth inning uprising. :., The Boston Braves evened the • opening series with the Brooklyn i Dodgers by winning 3 to 2 at Brook}, lyn. Huck Belts hurled for the (' Braves and hold (he Dodgers 10 :. five blows. The Braves collected ", 11 hits ofT two Brooklyn pitchers. : :V.:.Tlic Chicago Cubs trimmed the >••-.• Cincinnati Reds 8 to 4 nt Clncln- .; nali. chick Hafey hit two home _runs but, failed to put ilw Reds In ! front, ouy Bush was the winning • Olid Da?^y Vance the losing pitch- r-^er. Chuck Klein also hit for the .....circuit. f ^' T« major league debut of Paul IX Dean, brother of Die well known jx^Dlzzy Dean, ended In defeat when Hvlhe Pittsburgh Pirates won over the ,v.Cardinals, 7 to 6. Tlirec home runs 1 -meant victory for the Pirates, Tray- j''nbr, Suiir and Lavngetto got tlie . four-baggers. French was the wln- . ning pitcher. Medwick lilt a homer » 'or St. Louis. The r* 1 "* Tigers beat the Chi{-ago White Sox with two homers G005C Ooslm and Wnlkcr help- ir-ing. The score was 0 to 5. Oonurn Mi two httMtt for th* White Son. Scroll **» the winning ind Wyatt Uw lotinc pltohtr. Wwhlnfion wed pinch hlttm to beat th* Baton Red Sox by i score ol 6 to 4. The pinch hitters came through with hits that drove In runs. Thomat was the winning and Wetland the losing pitcher. The New York Yankees smslh- ered the Philadelphia Athletics under a 11 to 5 score nt Philadelphia. The Yanks won despite a pair o( homers by Jimmy Foxx. Babe Hulh and Dill Dickey got foiir-piy swats for the Yanks. Hulling was the winning and Mnreum tr.e losing pitcher. The St. Louis Browns defeated the Cleveland Indians 2 13 0 at Cleveland. The game was scoreless until the ninth inning, llaclley hurled the shutout and Monte Pearson was on t.-.e losing end ol the mound duel. SOF? BAIL LOOP 10 BEGIN PLA AT NLEf FIELD BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Robinson Meets Teachers, Pastime Plays Kirby; Schedule Opens Tonight The Commercial .soft bull Icu- £»e will oillclnlty 1 njn'M Its play- Ing .schedule under :):i- llar-y field floodlights lonlflu at 1:'M o'clock ivitli two siirne* on t:i|i. In one tilt llic Robliisnn Drus company lenm will play the Tc:i- Klrby Bj others tcain will m<".i Hie Pastime Bllllnrd I'arlcr r.wr,;- . allon. Admission will «• free. As Chirks TnilNl|)ll ° I "D. Ti!jahes ll \ l y! lS miynM l-MeKs sNop, LlbL-Mv C.':isli Oroci-rs Blythevllle high school chnlked nml Ant-Mr, 1'owcr company. up a 9 to 5 victory at the expense A " "'"ins In the I'liiht-icnni Ux,p Of the Luxora high nine ycster- ' lavc Indulged In pr.icilce yame-j dny. | bill Hie MMUIII only up-us The Chicks garnered n total of officially tonight. Kach teum will 16 hits while Blackard and his sue-' '''"J" 28 games iindrr the .'•chcdub ccssor, Fisher, limited the Lux- ""nounced with games to )»• pluy- orans to four blows. Blackard cd lwice n wock on Tucsdny.. and struck out 12 mm In the seven Thursdays. The schedule calls foi Winnings he worked on the mound, i" 10 r<lc<! lo L ' n<l '" .seven weeks. He also played a prominent role at! In " le event mill ciiusj.s poM- batr, eettlng three hits. Brooks I>°nemeiH of enmi'.s on a res-ular . form of players from the Little Rock Travele-ra is entertained by Smith who will go to Little Rock (Friday to confer with oltlclals | of (he Southern league club. Smith was to make the trip earlier In the week but It was postponed. H Is understood that the Travelers arc anxious to place two or three, good prospects here for further seasoning. Smith hopes to iwieli an ugix-unem whercuy pan :cf the expenses of the |)! can I bs i LI HI by tho Liitlt- Kock nian- | 'ilu Tljcrs have secured Hie i backing of the local Ainerlcjn l-i'ilon jxisi and may tc"dcs!gr.ate:i i L..S ih.? Uud CIJSJD team in th c 'liiture, i:o».luly losing tiia name (it Tigers The Legion has atre.u lo l.nel: tile team and In rc-u.r.. v.ill receive a .vliarc In proceed: t.1 the tale. H is umU-rsiooil. ' Karl K. 1'ark^r | tscn head of a li'uiun cciinnlll.u • i ^ S« _ & STANDINGS SOI;THI;U.V Before you buy any truck* see and drive the new NLV: Orteiins Kashvlik- ...'inpl.l.s L:u!c licck Delivers the Qnoili nt Lower Cost Blackard Forces 12 To Strike Oiil ! •- V-8 £0 hc'ioix.r. ••:.'.: c-r,- ,. IJI.fctl.nef .^o' 4.'? ~ lc.-er pr: cci Si. Louis .. Clncas.' notion THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1934 It's TAILS Ton WIN in Hjum Shirtst . HERE'S the low-down on HANES •. Shirts. .... You have to much - tail tucked -into your «horts it .' "n't.getout of bounds... can't n«eak up and bunch at your . waist! Wait till you try HANES. - • You'll wonder where Wonder- wear's been all your life) Take hold of a HANES Shirt . and stretch it sideways. Look ' how: the lively knit snaps it ba'ck'into shape. Now, pull it over your head.' It smooth i out neitly across your chest—without a rid«e or wrinkle. You couldn't pat a cooler, more comfortable shirt on your back! While you're about it—climb into a pair of HANES Shorts. Bend and reach as much as you want They're tailored so they cant cut or pull! Colors guaranteed /art. See a dealer today. »nd ask for HANES Wonder- wear. P. H. Hann Knitting Co., Wmston-Sittm, N. C. ' larry Kelly In Form;-Pelicans Win Second Game From Barons The New Orleans I'ellcans won heir second straight victory yo.s- nalncd the only team slugging pitcher, also geltlny three safeties. Ulrghntn of Blytljevllle crashed a fast bait for four'bases hi thc seventh Inning. No one was on base. B. Lynch led the Luxora batters with two hits. Euuanks was the Liixora hurler. Blnckard's win wns (be third for the Blythevllle star ami incidentally the third win for the Chicks. Tlie locals havn lost one game. The bos score: Blythevllle Ab n Mosley. If .'. 4 2 Wilson, 3b 5 Tipion, If 5 Blaeknrd, rf-p 5 Brooks, 2b 5 Jlminfe h-j I T] ,,, T] ,,, p e |icni,, ,i,,roTlr,i ihn ni, scorer and T. Kramer nre hl^h conchi gram. Morse, .ss Brlgham, cf .. Llmlsey, c B. Fisher, p-rf Blockwcll, rf . Totals ^2 Luxora Ab Roberts, 3b 5 Senle, 2b-c 5 a IG R H B. Lynch, c-2b Wunderlich, ss Odom, if Ford, If Scott, cf Garner, Ib ... Eubnnks, p ... Itfncli, ci; bcr """ 1 fol/ lhc F^. The Birds counted one in the fifth and an- |otlicr in the ninth. | The. Memphis Chicks turned on i the Lllilc Rock Travelers at Llt- ille Rock and won 0 to 1. Harry | Kelly held the Travelers easily. IlinUing them lo sis hits. Tlie Chicks gathered 15 blows otf Lttllc Rock hurling. The Memphis sco/- _ was stretched over seven in;iii«Ks. nedfcrn led the Chicks with On Display at PHILLIPS MOTOR Aclliiirixcvt Phone 810-811 Blytheville, Ark. . e c Memphis Semi-Pro Stars." 1 ^'' 1i ^; n "• c . l ." (ii "| " ;">» ... . | llic Knoxvillo Smokies lost |oin Locals; American lo to 8 decision to the ciiat i • , n 1 ri I LeglOll to Back LklU 0 Oj manager, announced today lol- 0 0 lowing a tri|( yjsteultiv to the Oo — ~ —• 0 '0 SAMSONBAK <S«f«i«i) Uoion-Smt, Otbtti.TJc WOBfDERWEAR WM.R.MOORK MEMPHIS HANES WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTOBS Totals 30 Hyje If man Grown « WILTON, Me. (UP) - A lemon eighing two pounds nnd measur- 15 inches In circumference was rowu here. nm . Sinitli said that Red Cavette.; Joe Gee. hud two pitcliers. Wilkerson nnd necklmrn. 'had agreed lo piny with Ills Tigers. The Bly- thevllle mnnagcr said addition ol llic Memphis players to lib sqiind' would make thu local team one of the stvonae.'it Independent learns in this section. Hope of further help in the Don't. Foryct Caudili's Agency General Insurance Phone 7S7 th- it be u oe a Come to the Big Party SATURDAY, APRIL 21 ; "'7 b ° ri -y'. jo ' n l ! le ,'"S l' ; "'<-«lo to the Cash Kmi Storo. Satimlav. April 21s1. lh-l "H blB ,.^. rnival ."«>;! Vou'll hear Chcckorl-oanl S«n,. f iini o .s radiu ,..,n * «l t l S ^' mal imlt;ltioils ;in(1 '•«>» -Ma««lc I'mina. I ho ontlnw niiil,- Tl p™.|M m ° US - S hc . l ' kerl ' Mrd knives ' ' lcncil!! ;llul m « ! »' "*''"• l>ri«-< «' !l . Theiell 1 )0 a good time in niyllicvillc lor evcryliody! «ig feed bargains, too! Special low prices on I'nrina Clinux for chicks mules, cows chickens and hogs. The prices aro way down tl , Kivu vo,,' he .greatest buying values since way back when'. Como ,-ariv ' •lay as long as you please. It's your day! ' ' ' CASH FEED STORE ACROSS STREET FOR 01,1) POSTOFFICK SHOES Illiii'k. Tan mid S|;ort Styii.'i $5 and $6 Now, as never before, ouyers are asking "WHO MADE IT" Skirts and .bnorts 50c to Mallory Hats $5 otetson Hats $6.50 £1.65 1.95 A thousand times a dai/ you'll be grateful for the free arm and slionl- der action of FREE SWING SUITS Bleach, stretch, gesticulate all you please in a Free Swing Suit.. You'll never,feel that tightening across the shoulder blades that may eventually mean pulled seams and "sprung" fabric. NEW MEAD CLOTHING CO. KAYNEE WAS 11 TOGS i ' r,ovs $1.50 1.65 Every Department In Our Store Offers You KNOWN LINES KNOWN VALUES

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