The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 29, 1930 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 29, 1930
Page 8
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(AKK.) COURIER NFAVS Re^l Contests iji Top Flight -: 6{;,GpH Toui'jiey; CKamp- , ion Halbach,. Defaults. Rodney . BannlsVJr. and Byron Morse fought ihcif way Into the semi-final round of the'champion- ship night in the. ftlytheville country club's annual '.vournamenl yesterday. wi{h some: .sparkling golf. Ha'nnislffl- was forced to the limit before, emerging'> victorious over Jxty Thomas, one up, over the 18 hole route, while Morse managed to beat .b, A. Lynch, 2 and 1. Bannister swept, through-his flrsl round of his match In par M lo gains two hole lea'd on Thornns but the latter came back strong on the second round to duplicate Ban- nisters' ': performance but could no; overhaul his opponent. Bannister's medil for tlM 18 holes was 37-3S— 10..while Thomas had 40-37—77. .. — Byron Morse 'staged a brilliant re '.urn to form after being two down :•> Lynch at the turn and.stroked his'secoml. round in par to win out. • The hardest fought match of the flrit round developed in "A" flight, with C. M. Buck winning over Snm No'rris at .the 22nd hole after a nip and tuck battle. .Buck was later eliminated by Ernest- Roe In the second round.. In tliei-ilum - second 'round matches already played in "A" flight nil three who rome through In victory, won by the same margin, 5 and 4. : - - Results First Round Ohiftr.iionship FUjht Clifford Cavette defeated J. F Lenfl, 3 and 2. W. J. Pollard defeated Paul Roscnthal 5 and 4- Rodney Bannister Eric Bollard (default). Izzy Thomas defeated Scott Harris 3 arid 2. Major Jacobs defeated Bob Kirshner, 4 and 3. C. M. Baxter, defeated H. T. Gulp, 2 . and 1. B. A. Lynch defeated Bruno j- Tanner/6 and 1 4. Byron Morse de- t feated Joe Halbach (default.). ] "A" Fllfht R.N.-. Ware-defeated R. J. Uod- ; son-.(default,).' C.. R. Babcock de.: Jeated E. C. Patton (default). Er- nc-st : Roe defeated Russell Phillips ; ^ and 4. C. M. Buck, defeated Sain N'orris, 1 up (22 holes). U. S. Bran: . defeated John Waterman, 4 and 3. j ' G. G. Hubbafd defeated Godfrey :. White, 2 and 1. J. L. Guard de'.-•• realed Francis Carpenter, 8 and {,-. 7. Whit Goodman defeated Rev I Mnrsh Callaway, 2 and I. C L j Lmtzenlch defeated Walter Cox (de! s fault). Graham Sudbury defeated l_ J ' A ''H' c . h - 1 "P <l» holes) Judge ?rr---G. E. Keck, defeated Rorcoe Craf[: ton (default). Bernard Oooch defeated Virgil Greene, 5 and 4 Dr H. 3. Davis defeated Sam Grimes' 6 and 4. C, W.'Afflick defeated A' E Scott fdefaul.l). G. G. Cnudlll oefeatfd;A. B. Holland. 6 and 5 Chas. Coleman defeated Olio Koch-' '-.-E.B.'Gee defeated t. 2 nnd 1 '-"•: -• '-'"«• Flltht'' Roland Wolfort defeated' C A Cunningham, 6 'and 5. Gordon Wright defeated Ed Borum, 7 and tvJ.mesCarlwri.iht defeated Chns. c ng£er,.7-and 5. Dr. Owen*' defeated C B. Driver, two up. F Acton defeated,Crawford Greene, one "P. Dr. McDaniel defeated' Mr v'an Ausdale, 4 and 2. "B" flight •natches for second round. Jlmmi* Sell vs. R. WoU-rt,- Howard Proc- rf %' t C ^ Yountr - L - Wise vs. J. B Clark, w. p. Veasey vs. C E Atkrnson. Gordon Wright vs. Jas CarUrrlgM. W, M. Burns vs. A O Hudson. A conway vs. c'aroi Blakemore. E. B. Noble vs. W B Buchanan. N. W. Helm vs. Clarence Volmer. W. J. Peck vs. W. J. Woti- derlich, Fred Fleeman vs s D Hall, J. j. Daly' vs. Dr. Ow,;ns Harold Stemberg vs. \V. J. Driver John Snider vs. Jas. Driver Joe Van Ausdale vs. R. D. Hughes Marvin Chapell vs Crawford Greene, F. A. White vs. A. G L'l- Ue, Bruce Ivy vs. E. B. Lyman, C. v S. lemons.vs.Lloyd Stickman, Hale Jackson vs. L. L. Ward, Virgil Siss"n vs. S. J. Robinson, Dr. Neis vs Dr. McDaniel. D. S. Laney vs. L R. Hubbard, Sharon Pate vs W, D Chamblin. Kes*lU Second Round Championship Flight Rodney Bannister defeated f?7.y Thomas. 1 up. Major F. P. Jacobs ieieated C. M. Baxter, 5 and 4. Byon Morre defeated B. A. Lynch, i and 1. • , "A" Flljht R. N. Ware defeated C. R- Bab- cnck, 5 and 4. Ernest Roe deleat- ed C. K. Buck 5 and 4. Bernard Goocri defeated Graham Sudbury 6 and 4. • ' to Beat Cards In Big Series PHILADEt,pmA, fjepl. 23. jUl') —The .Phlladelpnn Athletics- reported- for practice early today at Shlbe pork. ' -The St. Louis Cnrdlnnh, National league representatives for the third time In five years, were due this 'afternoon, and with the pennant, races at an end St. Louis took on an air of excitement v.'hlcn was reflected, throughout the nation wherever ta.stball fans gathered. • . •••!•. Not since 1920 hns the. National! league had a winner in the worlds scries, and o<liis that II will <lo w ihls time were slight. ' . ... . Ueulng comihLssloncrti reported! 1 ) lo 10 odds against-the Athletics; . c Cardinals had odds o!- U-'to.'lo quoted, agnlnsl Ihcni to win Hhc series. ..-'.. ' ..' '• . •. - : j'.-j)' ' Connie Mack hff'er hearly.'liatfa century Ini baseball; silli r :' 1 ?|o discuss Ihp dinnces of liLs'.te'ayri'or to. tell In advance' .his pians?,'i)ut admitted privately tudny-\lift,'Car- dinals mlijht as veil be prepared to face left handed pitching on tin; opening day of the,series since one "I.efly" Grove will be sent agains'. the national league champions. • The Cardinnls are entering Hie eeries touted as an "Inspired 11 team because Uiey moved up fro:n bo- hiiut during September and /snatched ibe National league pennaiil away from three more highly favored contenders, but 11 will..lake, more Ihnn inspirnllun to;:cornice: with Lefty Grove's (nsl, bill-'iincl check the hitting of Al Simmons, Jimmy Foxx and Cochrane. •, Read Courier News want ads, Cardinals Win and Athlei- ics Lose ; Final vGame; Rulh Twirls and Wins. • NKW YOI^K.—The champion S,l. Ixjiils CardlmiLs .of the . National U'agiic closed out' their season with a victory yesterday while the champion Athletics, of the American League finished their schcdulo.wlUi a lose to the second place Senators. A young recruit from the Western league, Dijisy Deun,' hurled for the Cardinals and allowed the Pittsburgh Plrntcs but three hits, while Ills opponent, Larry..French, held ilic Red birds to five Dingles. The Cards won',-a to.l.; ,;'• The Brooklyn 1 Robins trimmrt the Boston Brave.-;, G to 3, with Hollls Thnrsion pitching and bat- ling his team to victory. Thurslon hit. a homer and a double su opportune moments, The Chicago Cubs closed t heir National league season with a 13 tq II victory over the Cincinnati Reds. The Reds hopped away to a nine run lead in the second innlne but could hot hold to it and thr Cubs gradually, forced »i w lr Wi . back to the fore. The New York Glanls defeated the Phillies In the final game ol the season and finished in thlrc' place, wore 7 to 6. Carl Hubbell got credit for his second victory In two days. Mel Oil hit a Ixrnier fo-- the Giants. - ' % . Ruth Twirl* VlcUry ' Babe Ruth returned : to. his-'old post for the first-time in nine year to pitch a full game and the bi' home run star held the Red go) in the hollow of his hand whllk tin Yankees won 9 to 3. Babe allowec' Hie Boslonlons but two teratcl hits for five Innings - then lobbe-' the ball'atross Hie piat^ in the IBM two Innings nfter the Yankees tool o big lead. . ' •; , Washington scored on* three ,o'- Philadelphia's star pitchers to win Us final game of the season, 4 gaining the.decision over theleagur gaining Hie decision over tlw leagia to 10. Six runs off Earnshaw in the fllfth liming settled the contest-: The St. Louis Browns an'd'.thi' Cleveland Indians broke even'In i double-header to finish' the 'American League season. The .Brown- slugged out a 11 to 5 triumph tithe first game while the Indian? reversed the procedure to cop UK nightcap, 15 to 5. Goose Goslln'go! a brace of.hlis, including n'homei for the Browns. ' . The Oilcago White Sox defeated Detroit, 10 to 7. Earl Whltehlll jeft. the game, afler pitching • five In- ilngs and apparenily had e=rr.«l il» 18th victory of the season as the Tigers were leading 7 to 3. But Ihe Sox found Hogsett 'and Cantrell easy and came from behind to win. HOMETHEATRE Monday and Tuesday Norma Talmadgc ami . • ' . Gilbert Roland in 'NEW YORK NIGHTS' See Norma Talrnadge in her first Talking .Picture as a charming chorus girl romancing for real love in a world oS-make-believe. GRIPPING! COLORFUL &. UNUSUAL! - Short Subjects Adm: Matinee 'and • Only 10.and 25c. RITZ THEATRE Monday and Tuesday Standings National Lrague (How They Finished) W. U St. Louis 92 62 Chicago 90 64 New York 87 67 Brooklyn ........... 96 PitUWrgh .......... 80 . Boston . ......... .... 70 84 Cincinnati ... ....... 58 95 Philadelphia ........ 52 102 i/j her ^ triumphant, successor to Y* "Anna Christie Romance American (How They Finished) *. Phltodtlpbta ........ : 102 New..Totk .,".' Detroit, St. LMis CUK S2 60 K 68 51 13 15 79 64 90 62.92 52 102 Pet. .597 .584 .565 .558 .519 .455 .383 .33« Pet. .662 .610 .558 .528 .487 ]403 .338 Afe Comedy and Novelty Keel. 'Adm. Ulatinee—10 and 30c. Adm. Night—15 and 40c. Coming—Irene Rich, H. B. Warner and Raymond Hackett in "ON YOUR BACK" Coming—Buster Keaton in "DOUGHBOY". Also Nancy Carroll & Buddy Rogers in "FOLLOW. THROUGH". WATCH For Cliff Jones ' i * • •* "The Man With X-Ray [Eyes" Driving the New DESOTO Sold by Lowe Motor 'Co. Through the Streets of Hl.Vtheviile at 4 I'. M. BLINDFOLDED Tues. Sept. 30th. HE WH.1, DRIVE TO ROSS'jSTEVENS Football Games For Teams Over Slate This Week (By United Press) Cttitit draft U. of Ark, vs. Tulsa U. at Tulsa' Henderson Teachers—oi»n. Hendrlx-Henderson vs. Jonesbciro Aggies at Jonesboro. . Ouachita vs. Magnolia Aggies a Magnolia. ''College Ozork-s—open. -' Monticello Aggies vs. Arka'rfsa College at Batesville. < Arkansas Tech vs. Oklahoma, Okla. ; State; Teachers vs, Ada, Okla Teacher,s. at Conway. Hi[h School Gamrs •- : .Russellvllle at.Hot Springs.- > ' -Hope 1 at DeQueen. ; Ola at I'arLs. t ; Carlisle at- Stuttgart. McGehee at Monroe. Bentonvillc at Sprlngdale. Arkadelphia at Camden. Memphis Central Hiijh vs. Blythe vllle at Memphis. Gin with an I Who Knows His Business Mr. Hutchison is one 1 of the best qualified cotton ginner.s in this section. He ^as first and second • place winner, for turning out,the best ginning sample at the Louisiana Delta-Fair .in 1928.."'He also won first premium for the (Entire state the "same year. f : • . :•• . : -Ypii won't, be 1 , sorry-' if you gin with Hutchison At Morgan Utilities Gin Company Yarbro Road At-Oid Webb Location 'V:'«nd there describe / WHILE BL1NDFOLD- Kl), All The Wonderful New Models Of Atwater-Kcnt Radio with the Golden Voice. DON'T MISS CLIFF JOpS/ THE i\fAGIC WONDER Ffjrnwrty ' With !4 BLACKSTONE TIIK WORLD'S CKF.ATEST MAGICIAN Tues. Night at Home Theatre ON THE STARK AT . 8:3» T. M. One Appearance Only. .. "The Man Who Makes You, Wonder" Will Prrform . Munjr Outstanding Tricks »( Ma.pc and lUulin. Also Talkinr Picture Norma Talinadge IN "NEW YORK, NIGHTS" AdmisHon )0c and 23f, NO CHANGE IN , ADMISSION. lOmeseeour Exhibit At tKe FAIR There are more than a liuiid.rc-d.FARJVIALLS near'fiiytlieviUe in cotton pi'oductiop.fiTheir owners . are not worrying about how they .will feed them this winter. ' Equipment Blythcville, Oseeola, West Memphis. __MpJNI)AY, SEPTEMBER,'29. lM . W*n»fWd at Charleston. Watta, Okla., at Rogers. HarfLion at Ruswllvllle. Osc*ola at Forrest City: fforth Utlle Roclc at Pine' Bluff Uttle Kock vs. Byrd High at DOWN CRICK FOND DU LAC, WIs. (UP)— f chicken that *ould have to turn upside down In order to fly properly was exhibited here by Charles BroUierton, Lamartlne farmer, » p hc , , discovered In a flock of chickens h« raised!' The perfectly normal wings ol the-chicken are reversed . •with the feather side underneath. < The chicken Is normal In all other respects. * Read Corner News Want AOi. COMPRESS AND COMPANY See Our Complete Display RU-BER-O/D AT OUR BOOTH Miss. County Fair Sept. 29-^Oct. 4 We are offering attractive prices on roofing this year and it will pay you to see our complete line of coinpositioii^JTiateriiili?'and figure with"us. EAST ARKANSAS LUMBER CO "Froggy" Baxter, Mgr.

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