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PAGE EIGHT Blytheville Second In Class A; Osceola Second In Class B PARAGOULD. Ark., Apr. 30.— The ParagouW trackmen scored 82 points here to win the Class A of the district Five track meet yesterday. Piggott was fir.st in Class 13 with a total of 103 points. Blytheville's 07 points were good for second In the "A" grolip, with Monette third with seven. Others in the "B" division were Osccola 31, Harrisuurg 14, Shawnee 8 and Marked Tree 7. Class B competitors shattered records In the 100-yard dash, quarter nnd lialf-mlle runs, 120-yard high hurdles, 880-yard relay, mile relay, shot put, high jump and .broad jump, No class A records fell. A Division 100-Yard Dash— Dunham, Para- EOtild, first; R. Mosley, lilylhcville, second; Besharse, Blytheville, third, and Soils, Monclte, fourth. 'Time: iO.5 seconds. 220-Yard D.isli— Dunham, I'arn- gould, first; R. Mosley, Blytheville, second; Besliarse, Blytheville, third, and Futrell, Paragould, fourth, Time: 24 seconds. : 4tO-Yard Dash — Biinch, Blytheville, first; Hood, Blylheville, second; Reed, Paragould, third; and Stotts, Monette, fourth, 'rime: 55.3. 880-Yard Run— Chambers, Monette, first; Bickerstaff, Blytheville, second; Tyler, Pnmgould, third; am! Patrick, Paragould, fourth. Time: 2 minutes, 15 seconds. 120-Yard High Hurdles— Jenkins, Blytheville, first; Wnrrington, iily- tlieville, second; White, Paragould, " third; and ; Harvey, fourth. Time: 17.1. P.iragould, BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS ola, fourtli. Height: 10 feet.fiInches. Shot PuU-L. Underwood, Plggott, first; Cnpllnger, Harrisbiirg, sec 1 oivd; Davis, Piggotl, third; and Terrell, Harrisburg, fourth. Distance: 42 feet, !i Inch (new record). High Jump—Haley, Piggolt, nrst; Seal and French, Piggotl, (led for second and third; and Jlmnsey, Osccola, fourth.. Height: 5 feet, 0 inches (new record). Discus Throw—Seal, Plggott, first; L. Underwood, Piggoll, second; Caplinger, Hnrrisbursf, third; and French, Piggotl. fourtli. Distance: 107 fea, 5 niches. Broad Jump—Seal, Plggotl, Jlr.-;t; English, I'ljjgoll, second; Ran^«y, Osctola, third; and Mosley, ' Osee- I'hlllks' ola, fourth. Distance: 21 feet, 8 In-' Morrc. nn Moore One of Most Interesting Names On Major League Rosters NEW YORK. IUJ')—One of llic mosl Interesting names hi (lie majors Is Moore. Oddly enough, nil four of (hem arc In the N'a- tlonnl League, -j'lii! last, Moore In Die Amerlcnn league wns Wiley Moore, the Yanks' old sinker-hull relief innii. I nst yr-in the Notional League liud six Moores but Johnny Moore, outfielder, and Randy dies (new record). Javelin—Cramer, Osceoln, first; CnpHngiT, Harrisbiirg, second; Ui-awner, 1'lfBott, third; and Mos- Icy. Osceola, luui-tli. Distance: 15B feel, 9 indies. Tennis Results The Jime.sljoro tcjinlJi taun, Skellon uiul Hay, defeated Tyronwt 0-1 and 0-2 In Hie finals of tlic tennis matches. Tyroiirai defeated lilythe- vilk' 7-5. 1-C ami 6-3 to rcaclt tile llmls. Joneelioro eliminated Marked Tree (j-l and 6-1, while Paragoukl, Punlom and Adnm.s cllinialccl Har- risbiirg, c-j, B-10 and (i-4, to reath Hie semifinals. Jonesboro beat agoiild finals. C-S and (j-s in Ihe semi- The Dope Bucket lly J. I'. Mend 220-Yard Low Hurdles—White, Paragould, first; Jenkins, Blytheville, second; A. Smith, Puragould, third; and Warrington, Blylheville, fourtli. Time; 29 seconds. " • Mile Medley Retay—PnragouM (Hergel, Douglass, -DeVoll and Patrick) first; Blytheville, second. Time: 4 minutes, 4.3 seconds. 880-Yard Relay—Blytheville (Besharse, N. Mosley, Bunch and B. Mosley) ' first; Paragould, second. Time: I minufe, 37.3 seconds. Mile 'Relay—Blythe-vlllc (Childs, Craig, Bunch and Hood) first; and Paragould, second. Time: 3 min; utes, 47.2 seconds. Pole Vault—Dunham, Herget and Wheelis, iPtiraiould, tied lor first, second and third, making only one jump; R. Mosley, Blytheville fourth No height. Shot Pul—W. Smith, Parugould, first; Godwin, Blytheville, second- Besharse, Blytheville, third; nnd Dunham, Paragould, fourth. Distance: 39 feet, 4 inches. .High Jump— While nml Wheelis, Paragould, tied for first and second; Warrington, Blytheville, third; and Jenkins, Blytheville, fourth Height: a feet, 2 inches. Discus Throw—Hughes, Blytheville. first; Godwin, Blytheville, second; W, Smith, Paragould, third; ' and Wan ington, Blylheville, fourtli Distance: 125 feet, 5;v. inches. Broad Jumpwwhite, Parjigould, first; Futrell, Panigould, second- R. Mosley, Blytheville, third; ami Faulkner, Paragould, fourth. Distance: 21 feet. Javelin—Moldeu, Pnrnsould, first: Douglas,, Pitragouid, second, Wheelis Paragould, Ihird, and Wnrriiigton Blytheville, .fourth. Distance- Ha feet, llvi inches. . B Division 100-Ynril Dash—Ramsey, Osce^ ola, first; English, Piggott, uscond- Terrell, ffarrisburg, thivd; and E Underwood. Piggott. fourth. Time 1.1 seconds (New record). 220-Yard Dash—English, first; Terrell. Harrisburg, second . E. Undenvood, Pifgott, third; 'am Ivy, Marked Tree, fourth. Time 24.5 seconds. 440-Yard Dash — Seal, Plggott. first; Croxlon, Shaivnce, second- Gordon, Piggott, third; and Poscy. Marked Tree, fourth. Time: 54.2 • seconds. (New record). NEVER IN— Malinger Herschell Bobo didn't have much to say about the Giants' defeat Thursday in the season's opener . . . "We were never In the ball game", he said, "and couldn't have expected to win without any better hitting . . . But I am not worried ... I believe we have n good team this year and are going to win many games . . . Not many games are won with four hits, especially when the other side gets Uvlcci as many Hrooklyn handy nun, have drifted bad: to the minors. ,'n ease you get your Moores mixed ii[> here arc ,i few tabs on V m: Joe Ciregt! Moore — New York Olanlf' left fielder, 29, born Gniise, To;., weight 155 pounds. Ciciie iMowe-Boston Bees' right llelder, 27, born iJincnslcr, Tex., weight 115 ix»mds, Terry Bluford Moore—SI. Louis CardljiuK' oitlflddt'r, 25, born Memphis, Tcnn., weight 180 pounds. Lloyd tWhltey) null Heds' fltchcr, Moore-Olncln- 28, bora THS- tarawns, O., weight IBS pounds. Joe Moore of the Giants Is one of the most unusual players in the majors. He looks like he's held to- uether by adhesive tape, picture ' wire and glue. He looks more unlike a ball player lhan perhaps any man In the big show. But looks arc deceiving with him. He's one of Ihe best all-round players on the Giant learn and gets less credit for Ills irork than perhaps any man on the club. He's n humpty-dumpty in the outfield, making more catches skidding on his stomach, and tumbling head over heels than any outfielder around. But any ball Joe Moore gets his hands on he seldom, Gene thrower If ever, drops. Moore Is the greatest in the National League nn<i one of the best fielders In the business. He's a timely and hard littler. He hits one unique record —a left-handed batter, lie's hit homers over every left fteld fence in the National league. So far us known he's the only player ever to accomplish that feat. Terry Moore has been dogged by Injuries throughout his three years wllh the Cards. He is a clasy fielder, and can roam far nml wide. If lie could hit above .380 he'd be a star. No one can mi- del-slum! why Terry can't, hit bet- lev than he does. He h fast, has » KWI\ eye mid plenty of strength, but he can't seem lo get basehiU, In three years his averages have Ill-en .287, .264 and ,207. Whitcy ivfoore, a right-handed pik-hcr, appears headed for .stardom, lie broke In with the Reels lust season but wns farmed out to Syrncii.se, where lie pitched "a no- hit, no-run came. He has a good fust ball, a good curve and a fine change of pace. Two years ago he was in a Class C lengne and Jumped all the way lo the majors. He got his first bnseball job by hitch-hiking from his home at New Philadelphia, O.. to a Hods' training camp for youngsters iit Beckley, W. Va., In 1934. He had GO cents In his pocket when he arrived In Beckley. Whltey has nightmares. Last yenr he had one on n steeper traveling from New York to Boston and kick'ed Ihe window out of his berth before his teammnles discovered wlmt the noise was all about. None of these Moores is related. The only thing they have in common besides their names Is (he fact Una all are real ball players who love Ihe game. and Russell May, Newport's "Iron man", were treated roughly in their first attempts Grimes was . We gave them some runs, bntj knocked out of the box after being they gave us one, loo 1 look for us to pick np right along" . * n ~ i BRIGHT. FEATURES— Discounting the fact thai the Giants didn't look any loo powerful at the plate (and you can't laugh that off a pitcher like Koewlng), the Giants didn't look bad in the other departments They made Unt two errors nnd a couple of mental relapses, but things like that can be expected In this clnss of baseball, and regularly, too ... They are youngsters, just starting In the game, and they shouldn't be expected to do the job perfectly . . . It isn't done even in the big show . . . fieldjng mistakes and mental "skulls" are not uncommon in the majors Remember a guy by . Be season llic name of Fred Kerkle? And the story of how the Dutchman chased Eddie Collins across home plate for the winning score In a world series game? . lenient with the kids Ihe has just started . . . Throw away the hammer and pick up the horn . . . Carry Hie torch high for thciH, win or lose, for one tiling Is certain: they arc In there trying . . . Some day when some have reached the lop we'll be able to proudly say, "I knew him when." * * * COMES THROUGfl-One of the greatest, thrills I get in sports is seeing n youngster come through, especially in the clutch ... I am referring right now to Julian Harrington clubbed for C hits and 7 runs in 4 2-3 Innings . . . Manager Elmer Kh-choII's Batesville White Sox didn't show much consideration for Mny, a- 22-game winner last year . . . They shelled him for 7 hits nnd fl runs In 5 innings . . . Carl Lanek, the ex-Gltmt playing right field for. Newport, went up four time.'! nnd had no hits . . . In the field he had 2 putouki and un assist . , . Klrclioft had three singles ... Tlie umpires: Riifl and Tuff . . . Jimmy Liberto, turned loose by the. Giants, patrolled centerfield for Ihe losing Jonesboro Giants, had n single and triple in five trips ... He had an error . . . Stanley Clamp, Paragould third baseman, indicated he was ready for action by hitting a single',' triple nnd home run, Nazerian To Be Curry's Foe Monday "Bull" Curry, who has proved one of the fastest heavyweights to perform here in some time, will again be on the weekly wrestling card at the North Second street arena Monday night, meeting "Bad Mike" Nazerlan, the explosive Ar. ... niciiian whose appearances here •Harry" played first { usually end In a free-for-all. Curry base for the first time In n league has disposed of his first two op- game Thursday and he handled I lionents here In an impressive man- himself like nn old first sacker . . , | ner and nppcars lo have the speed nnd the class. The result "of this bout should be a toss up. Art Perkins, the wiry limbed head scissors specialist, is scheduled lo buttle the veteran Sailor Parker, He had 11 chances in the field and not all were of the easy type . There were times where his long stretch (he stands C Icet, 2 inches tall) helped lo retire fast runners by a fraction of a second Those things help out . . . There match. Perkins Is the possessor of is not a young ball player in tlie, one of the most spectacular and , former navy champ, in another whole, entire nntton who wants to play any worse than docs Harrington "It doesn't matter where, just so I'm playing" is Ills motto ... He works like a Trojan all the time and stays in the pink of condition . . . Another bright feature of the aitnits was the 880-Yard Run—Bolloue, Osceola,' shorlslopping and hilling of Hnnk first; Bravvner. Pig jolt, second; Nettles, Piggolt, third; and Croxton fihawnee, fourth. Time: 2 minutes 15 seconds. (New record). 120-Yard High Hurnlcs-L. Underwood. Piggott, first; Brawner, Piggott. second; Vinyard, Piggott third; and Nichols, Piggott, fourth Time-: 17.5 seconds. (New record) 220-Yard Low Hurdles—L. Underwood, Piggott, first; Vinyard Pigsolt, second;' Haley, Piggoli third; and Thomas, Piggott, fourth Time; -29.4 seconds. Mile Medley Relay — Osceoia (Schrieck. Blackv.-ood. Ramsey and Bollouel, first; Piggott. second- and Marked Tree, third. Time: 3 minutes, 57.2 seconds, 880-Yard Relay—Piggott (B Underwood. Williams and English) first; Marked Tree, second; Osceola' third, and Shawnee, fourth. Time' 1 minute, 38.4 seconds (new record) Mile Relay—Piggolt (Gordon E Underwood, Nichols and Seal) first; Osccola, second, and Shawnee third. Time: 3 ,mlnutes, 44.8 seconds (new record). Pole Vault—Seal, Piggott, first; L. Underwood, -Plggotl, second- Haley Piggott, third; and Lackner, Osce- Dvorak . . . Hank came with a reputation of a great fielder buti 10 Great shakes of a. hitter ... I He not only lived by to his fielding| reputation by accepting four assists and a putout, bid banged the dangerous holds in the game and has employed It with unusual success in his matches here. Parker Is no set-up (or any performer of his weight and will undoubtedly have plenty of tricks to offset Perkins' favorite weapon. ball hard . . . Twice he nearly knocked Koewing down with drives back nt him, one going for a hit . . . He singled cleanly another time for exactly half of the Giants' safeties He ran the bases well, stealing second while a Pilot fielder held the ball, and advanced to third on'an outflekl fly to left another time quick and alert . He is quite We can't Sears Roebuck Golfei-s To Meet Locals Tomorrow The crack 3G-man Sears Roebuck golf team of Memphis, headed by the brilliant Monie Grimes, will come here Sunday to meet the Blytlicville country club golf team in inter-club tournament play over Uie local course. Northeasl Arkansas Blytheville Jonesboro Bnlcsville Newport Cni-utliei-Kvllle Pnrngould SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 1938 BUT mm Blytheville Reveals Power For First Time In 13 to 9 Win BY J. I'. FRIEND CARUTHEHSVILDE, Mo., April 30.— Blytheville and Canithersville battled for more than three hours before reaching a decision here last night. But thanks to a .stirring four run rally In the ninth, the Giants broke a 9-9 deadlock and finally won out, 13-9, for an even break in the two game series. It was a wild and wooly, long drawn out, and loosely played affair which treated the large opening game crowd to almost everything in nnd out of the Ira.scball category.' There were hits and errors galore, good and bad fielding, abundance of base on halls and .strikeouts, umpire wrangles, expulsion of a player from the game, four out in one half inning, the season's first balk.. and other things too numerous lo mention. The lead see-sawed back anil forth. The Giants blew a five-run lead. The Pilots forged ahead only to have the Giants tie and go ahead. Carutliersville tted it up. Then came the Garrison finish by the visitors lo sew It up. Four Ouls The highlight of the hilarity, in which four outs were actually made, came in the final frame and provided one for the "Little Keel fence, coming In behind Bobo ahd Tramback, They added another in the second, an outright gilt. Dvorak was safe on Mondon's error. Meyran bunted and Fichter threw the nail into eenterfield trying to catch Dvorak at second. Dvorak continued to third. Woods and I Ian ing- ton were strikeout victims, but Bobo dropped a Texas LCHBUCT into lefl scoring Dvorak. The Pilots came back rough and tough and proceeded to get Meyran out. Shy sL-t otl the .scoring spark with a sharp single to lefi Simmons worked Meyran lor a pas.-;. Attempting to pick Shy oil secon-.l, "Long John" hit tlie runner. After Woods had ri-UIeved the bn!l Shy was perched on third. romped home. That all for •n 1 i, ¥ r, i ••^-'ti, will* MI ULJULTU. IIIU Ui Book. Joe Shy opened Llic last \ tinetmi scorillg an( , BQbo half of the ninth by rolling out to u)g to Ull| . d _ Tlie Feldmnn. Manager Bunny Simmons lilt the nrst pitch to Charles "Chuck" Oxley in left field. Umpire Tony McDonald, working at I1CIS "''*'' ' )ase ' nl ' e<1 ^ llfl '' ne '""' cil "~ —* ed time before the pitch was made, due to some children sitting against \V. I,. Pet. the fence In left field, nnd Simmons was permitted to bat over, popped to Hank Dvarafc at short. Bob Woods threw out Fritz Mondon for the fourth out, retiring the side and ending the melee. .500 .500 .500 .500 Southern IA Little Rock Atlanta- Chattanooga New Orleans Nashville Birmingham Memphis Knoxville W. L. Pet. 11 3 9 5 7 4 6 S .786 .0-13 8 .385 S 8 5 g 4 8 .385 .385 .333 National League W. L. Pet. New York a 1 .900 Pittsburgh 8 2 .800 Chicago 7 4 .636 Brooklyn 5 5 .500 Boston 4 4 .500 St. Louis 3 7 .300 Cincinnati 3 8 .213 Philadelphia 1 a American League Cleyelnnd .. Washington Boston W. L. Pet. 7 G New York G Detroit 5 2 4 5 .545 G 5 .800 .636 .500 .500 Chicago 4 5 .444 St. Louis 4 Philadelphia 3 7 .364 ,300 Yesterday's Results Northeast Arkansas League Newport 8, Batesville C. Jonesboro 7. Paragould I. •Blytheville 13. Canithersville D. Southern league Memphis 12, New Orleans 10, Litlle Rock 4. Birmingham 2. Chntlanooen 5, Knoxville 4. Atlanta 1, Nashville 0. Mcyraii. Feldman walked Baconian as a starter but whiffed Siamon and forced Cilldlg to roll to short. Tlie liouic- boys crept to within one of a tie by diking advantage of two errors to manufacture a tally in theiv time at bat in (he third, after a fust double piny, engineered \>y Htiss Gildijf. had thwarted Ihe Giants in the flrsi half. Leonharl drew n walk, lie stole second as Shy struck out and went lo third when Aragon's throw wns bad. He scored on Simmon's fly to Trambnek in right. Carutliersville reta I i a t c A wit some generosity of their own and went Ihe Giants one lietlei 1 ' by donating two runs. With two perished Hnrriiiglon singled to right and Bobo walked. Gildig made n great try of Tramback's short fly in left Held, but dropped the ball, Hnr- advnnc- third basemni. made up for It by smothering Jew Curran'.s scorcher, but Leonhardt dropped the throw, Bobo counting on the misplay. Feldman had a lapse of control in the fifth and the Pilots took advantage of three base on balls ami a bnlk, n single and double to score four ami forge ahead. Gildig walked. Leonhardt singled to right nnd Gildig went to third. Shy walked j ruling the bases. Simmons forced | Shy at second to score Gildit;. A Arugou, <: .., .Simmons added fur (her to Mey-j Bobo, M) rail's discomfort by staging a de-j Tramback. rf layed steal. Mondon fanned, but Filo bounded a dinky ovw the pitcher's head. Dvorak came in fast to make a ijuick play nnd la- loo missed the ball. Shy and Simmons scored nil this time. Fit-liter's long, liiiili three banger fell just inside the left field foul line and Filo loopcr fell safely, Momion denting the rubber. The Giant settled the thing for good in the first half of the ninth. Marc-sco walked nnd Oxley sacrificed. Curran was intentionally walked su as (o have a piny at any base and set the stage for a double play. But l)i-i»',ik refused to be the "full guy." He singled to left field, .scoring Mavcsco. Fcldman's' roller hit Curran going from sec- on:l lo third. WoMs singled In Dvorak. Feldman and Woods gnl- lopcd home on Harrington's slash to i-lght. 'I lie box store; Blytheville AB R II PG A E Woods. 21) Harrington, ll> Cm-ran, d Dvorak, .s.s Muyrun, p I'ClclllKLII, |) ... Totals C'imuhvr.svill<> Saccman, cf Stimton, 21> Gildif, .'ill Leunluirdt, II) . .Shy, 11 Simmons, e ,... Momlcu, as Filo. rf 1 2 2 ^ 3 i i 1 7 0 3 •1 1 1 1 1 'i. 0 U 0 0 1 1 U 1 2 I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I u u u u 0 0 •I 0 1 0 .37 la 12 27 5 3 AB R H PO A E 0 11 1 I 2 0 2 0 . .3« fl 9 27 12 0 To Bing Aragon, Giant catch- U aik sent in Leonhnrdt, Mondon or, goes the questionable honor of forced Simmons at third and then being the first Northeast Arkansas j swiped second. Filo walked League player to get the "gate." National league Chicago B, Cincinnati 4. Brooklyn 5, Philadelphia 4 (12 innings). New York at Boston, cold. St. Louis at Pittsburgh, cold. American league Cleveland 3. St. Louis 2. Detroit 5, Chicago 1. New York 6, Boston 4. Philadelphia 1, Washington 6. overlook Steve "Lefty' Tramback the right fielder . . . Like Harrington, Steve reported as n pitcher but showed so much power at the bat and such fielding finesse thai he was shooed to the outfield anc told to stay there . . . He hac two chances In the outfield and came through nicely with his part . . . Bobo says he always wanted a red-headed-left handed baseball player, and Tramback Is the answer to that prayer . . . OPENING DAY GLEANINGS— Hurley Grimes, Jonesboro lelty Tlie Memphlnns claim rugged Pine Hill links as the their home course and are rated as a seasoned and capable combination. They would probably rate as favorites in tomorrow's tournament except for the locals reputation of invincibility over their own course. Grimes Is rated as one of the outstanding golfers In Memphis and the mid-south. Tlie last volcano In the United States, Mount Lasson, will not erupt again, according to scientists. 1914. last eruption was Today's Games Southern League New Orleans at Memphis. Nashville at Atlanta. Knoxville at Chattanooga. Only games scheduled. Umpire Yowell, calling balls and strikes behind the plate, had been the target of players and fans alike because of his decisions. Especially had Aragon and Catcher Simmons displayed their dissatisfaction. Finally Aragon became so enraged over two successive decisions on Charles Pichter, who was batting, that he jerked oil his mask, hurled It to the ground anct then slammed the ball to the ground. Yowell promptly jerked his thumb in the direction of the exit nnd out he went. Joe Maresco went in to catch for Blytheville. Giants Get 12 Hits Both teams collected twenty-one hits, which included six extra base hits. The Giants banged out an even dozen, headed by Manager Herschell Bobo with 3 for four, one a two bagger. Aragon homered in the first with two one. Julian Harrington had two singles, and nit but Muresco and Pitcher Meyran secured at least one safety. Fich- j ter proved to be a belter hitter | than a pitcher, driving in three runs with a double and triple. "Fido" Filo also hatt two hits. .• Lewis "Long John" Meyran started on the mound for the Bobo- men but gave way to Harry Feldman In the second after Fichter's triple had scored the third run of the inning and threatened to overcome a five run lead built up in the first two times at bat. Fcld- inan's wildness kept him constantly In hot water. But lie finished stroll!; and received credit for the victory. Pichter staggered through the entire nine innings, was even wilder then Feldman and received indifferent support. He walked nine and (alined ten. Feldman issued i six base on balls and struck out 7. i Giants Start I The Giants lost no time In taking the lead, scoring (our in the (irst. Woods walked. Harrington' fanned but Bobo' singled to left.' When the ball got by Shy, Woods [ came all the way in and Bobo advanced (o second. Trambuck walked and Aragon drove out n tremendous liner over the left field and after the umpire had expelled Aragon, Fichtcr doubled to the centerfield fence, driving home Mondon and Filo. Bobo's double nnd Trnmback's single tied the score in the sixth and forged ahead In the seventh on Filo's error of Fcldman's towering fly, Oxley having drawn a walk and advanced on nn infield out. Canithersville knotted the count in their half of the seventh bu liad to have a break to do it. Mondon punched a drive lo right am got three bases when the ball took a weird bounce by Tramback. Will the infield drawn In Filo's shorl National League Brooklyn at New York. Boston at Philadelphia. Pitlsburgh at Cincinnati. Chicago at St. Louis. American league St. Louis at Chicago. Detroit at Cleveland. New York at Washington. Philadelphia at Boston. Northeast Arkansas league Open date. Lord Byron, famous poet, wore curl papers on his hair while In bed. 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Connolly and Lyons. Time: 3 hours. Ark-Mo Scores-Upset In City Bowling League The Arkansas-Missouri Power corporation pulled "a mild upset in the City Bowling league last night by defeating Dr. Pepper in a league match at Sudbtiry's Playhouse. in another match Terry service station defeated Hubbard Hardware company. Alexander Will Pitch < On Sunday The Jonesboro Giants will make ! their first appearance of the 1938 j season here tomorrow In the first Sunday game of the Northeast Ark- ; nnsas league season, opixising the 1 Blylheville Giants. The game will , start at 3 o'clock. Monday's scheduled game be- ; tween Blytheville and Jonesboro, here has been shifted to Jonesboro j and the two teams will clash here j Tuesday Instead. It will be ladies' day and Giant buddies day here ' Tuesday afternoon, the game start- lug at 3:45 o'clock. Tomorrow's game holds the prospect of n southpaw pitching with "Lefty" Alexander, who s u , x ed this morning, due to hurl "loV Blythevillfj nnd Ed Hughes for i Jonesboro. Manager Bobo, in announcing i that Alexander, former - major : league)- find local boy, who finished i the season with Blytheville last I year, had been signed again, re- • vealed that Ed Raguskns, first baseman, and Charles Oxley, outfielder, , had been released. Prank Jackson, Dallas, outfielder sent here from ' Port Smith, will replace Oxley in left field for tomorrow's game. t The initial appearance of Alex- : ander, who pitched in hard luck in the lew games he worked late last season, is expected lo swell Sim- i day's crowd. Alexander had the opportunity to again advance to a higher league but refused. Canithersville opens a series at Batesville tomorrow and Paragould plays at Newport. "FARM LOANS KM Mid Vf Ark»ni»s ind Lowest rates—lowest expense Also city properties DON H. KASSERMAN Thomas Land Co. Office P. O. Box 470, Phone 5J1. I Closing- Out Our New TIRES Mansfield Goodyear Firestone 25 OFF All Tires Guaranteed Arian Auto Parts 128 E. Main Phone 176 1935 Plymouth Sedan $195 Good Shape No Trade 1931 Chevrolet Coupe : _ $89 Huns Good Good Tires 1936 Chevrolet % TonPick-Up $275 C'H-.iii Low Mileage 1935 Chevrolet % Ton Truck $165 A Bargain 1936 G. M. C. 1V 2 Ton Truck $375 I.mi£ \V. B., Stake Body. Real Buy. LEE MOTOR SALES, Inc. 0. M. C. TRUCKS OLDSMOB1LES 307 E. Alain Saks & Service Phone 329 WRESTLING MONDAY NIGHT, S O'CLOCK "BULL" CURRY vs. MIKE NAZERIAN SAILOR PARKER vs. ART PERKINS American Legion Arena, North Second Si. BASEBALL TOMORROW Jonesboro vs. Blytheville Walker Park 3P.M. ADMISSION ADULTS 41c COUPLE Sic

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