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PAGE EIGHT BLYTHEVJLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS High Fly Proves to be a Knockout Drop $T^^?ft&t£f':^:^5i^^ .... *• Hoed and Grimes Likely fo I furl; Teams Even In : Series The Jonesl.oro Giants, mid Illy- thcville XiJanls, brcnkiny evt-n in the first two games "of tlieir lour- eame series when niythcvllle lost, C to 1, al Jonc.sboro lust rii^ht. cia.sh in the third game of their series al Walker I'r.rk tonight. The eame, the first night game ot the regular season here will start al ' is o'clock. Manager IlerMhd Tioto ol (ho Blyllicville club tr.diiy nominated Clyde "Spol" Heed lo hurl for the home dull, filed, ivlio was the Io.-- ing pitcher in the opening EHHIC of Uie season Irtsi. Thursday, v.itl be making his .second start. "Eurley" Grimes, ate touthp.i«' of the visitors, is cxpccled to op- pose'Ited, although Fischer, right handcr, may .start for Joncsboro.! Toni»lit will be LKditti Night and Buddy Night and a large crowd is expeclc-d lo view the ncctmual dcbiil of league teams here. • Wednesday night tlie teams will relurn lo Jouesboro for Ihe final game of the current series. Fanner Hughes «ns very cffec't- iv'c In limiting the Illyllievllle c.Jub to five hiUs and scoreless imlil the ninlh inning at Jonesboro last tiiglit. Tommy Gornmu was the losing hurler.* Manager Hobo filed a protest In Uie third inning when n Blythu- I'ille runner was safe after a bunt nnd circled the bnsc.s when Lou Werderilch's overthrow went into the sliinds. , The umpires required Hie runner tj return to secc:id base. Joncslxiro scored the first run on walks to Pa.slo.rh and Liberto, nu infield out and a double steal. Cooper ivns hit by a pitched ball in the fourth nnd doubles by Hughes ^and Delmont produced two nms. rVfnrlin's double, an error nnd McCiilley's single in Ihe fifth netted two runs. Oscar Martin' seventh inning home run ended Jonrsboro's scoring. Julian Harrington crossed (he plate for BlythcviUe's only run in the ninlh when he tripled and Tramback singled. Blvlhcville Sailor Parker Loses lo Perkins; "I3ad Mike" Tames "Bull" Curry ft required all the roughness of •))n<l Mike" Nu/.ertan, the hefty Armenian, lo flatten "Bull" Curry in their first meeting here last JH in Ihe feature match of the America;) Legion's weekly wrestling show. Na/erliin used body pins lo take bolh his falls, the first and the third. Time of the first tumble wax nine mfnm<>.s- ami 15 inin- foi- the deciding fall. tiles for tlie deciding fall C'nrry' li:llll 'i ivs: Loviery and Simmons; used the front crotch and ijwly I rl( ' lllir 'i:. Fmnchettl. liolm ami fio- slutn to lake tlie second in 10 min- '"'' uu-s. Tlie match was fnlrly rough with Na/.i'iian doing a lot W singling ml running for the ropes. Curry pursued Win m-otiml the ring and deull out his share of Ihe puni.sh- CKOWNUD AGAIN Woods, 2b Harrinjlon. ib Koto, 3b ..'.... Tmmb.ick. rf .. Arngon, c ' Jackson, "cf ,.. Clirnin. If .... Dvorak, ss . (Gorman, p ,... xMaresco .. Totals AB R. H PO A 2 0 0 0 •3 0 0 4 0 5 1 10 ft 0 1 0 12 x-iBalted for Gorman in-ninth. Joncsboro Delmont. 21) . •I'asierb, ss-... Liberlo, cf ... Martin, rf ... Werderilch. ,11> McCulley, tb . Johnson. If .,. Cooper, c ... 11113110.';. p ... AB K H PO A I) 11 I I Totals 20 a (i 27 H Blytlievllle (11)0 OOQ 001—1 Jotiesboro 100 220 1 Ox—G Summary: Errors — Worderilrh. Gorman. Runs batted in—Uelmonl f, MeCuliey, Johnson. Martin. Tramback. Two-base hits—Tiu°nes' Delmont. Martin. Tin-ee-l.isr liit - iiarrlngton. Home runs —Martin Cnarifloc hit—PjsU-rj. Stolen t iss-s —Martin, Pnsierb. Double play — t-jlniont lo Pivsierb ID McCnlli-y. Leil. o;i hases—Blylhe/llle •'. Joni's- licro 8. Passed tails-Ar.>.;on •>. Wild pitch—CiOrm.in. B.UC 0,1 biils—Olf (ioirran C. OH Ilu.chcs 1. struck oul. —by Hughes II. by fionmii 5 Hit by pitcher—By Hughes ulvurat-1 by -Gorman cUelmon!, C< toper i Umpires — Yowdl : ,nd McD.innU Time— -1:55. McLendon Blanks Cards As Paragouid Wins, 9-0 NEWPORT. Ark.. May 3. - The Paraeoiild Rebels won their second straight game from Ihe Newport Cardinals. 9 to 0. here veslenlay afternoon. Walker, Rebel first baseman hit for the circuit. Score by Innings; R. H. E Paragouid 014 010 120—!) 12 1 New-part 000 COO COO-0 7 4 McLendon and Marlin;' Trautner Nelson and O'Brien. Reading Character In Study oi Faces Described l! The D»j)(; Bucket Hy .1. I'. Friend JIRPINITELY ESTABIJSIIED — Wluitever pluns Mannaer llerschell Hsto .may liave 1mtl for young Sieve Tramback, It Is almost a sell led fact that from now on he is an outfielder . . . "Lefty" won his outfield spurs Sunday afternoon with his sensational. performance in saving the. day tor Blytheville In the battle of (he Giants . . . n may be a'trifle premature, nnd ii I isn't considered sound to praise a \oimg ball player in the newspapers, but judging from what we have seen of Trnijiljiu'k during the three weeks he has been hero, he Leslie Pawson, winner of Boston Mariilliot) in 193». goes through a faaiiliar ceremony as sn oflicial of (he race places Ihe laurel wreath upnn his head for repealing in tlie 1MB event. The Pawlnckel, It. 1., vclcran covered the 2G-milc course in 'i hours. 3-1 minutes, 38'fs seconds. In an offori lo lest Ihe lirisln! Pegasus enaine in tirral Uriliin. !o determine whether or not Ihe engine would ' stand up iirdcr Iropical rain slcrms. \raler was flooded over il at (lie rate of 120 tous an hour. is headed to stardom . . . Converted into ah outfielder almost 1 overnight, Ihe Titton h-.ilred boy hns come through in line style, so great in fact (hat Ihe wise boys are saying, barring accident., he should go places . . . He appears lo Inive all the earmarks ol developing into a great player . . . He has (lie size, standing an inch or possibly two under the six foat mark ... He is fast afoot and covers plenty of ground field . . . lie has a graceful manner of goiiur afler lly balls and seems lo arrive there al, the same time the brill does, reminding us of the stories of how Uie great Tris Speaker used lo . . . His throwing arm is not ouiy siron?, but ascurale . . . He has rhythm nnd coordination at the plate and puts plenty of power behind his ails ... ,\s would naturally be expected he is green and needs ro.-iching, and has the Iciiipernmnnl to learn . . . Bui perhaps one of Ihe greatest assets is his "color" . . . Whatever color is. he has it, in large dosps ... it is not of tlie HiM'.y Dean or Art Shires "}>]« r ty.pe . . . Bui It is just, as radial- ing . . . Nol overly egotistical, he believes in himself and then goes •ml. and does il . . . He is a red headed, freckled faced youth who loves lo piny baseball and is thoroughly n left. Imiidvr . . . Teamed with Lefty Alexiiiukr. Ihey sliouU offer the cusli customers some ;lefi- nile appeal . OPENING L1AY JINX—Opening days and oilier gala ufhilr.s hare always been sort, of a "jinx" io the home clubs . . . Let them plan soirn: biz for some one, designate a "day" for an outstanding plain- and the hero goes out and strikes out three or tour times or gels knocked trom the box early In (he Kami! . . . \j:(, them make big lirtpuratlons for o|jenlng day. buoy hopes lor a good start, and zovvie! along comes the visiting club and knocks 'em over . . . Such was the case in every opening day <if the Northeast Arkansas League '. The Gianls opened with u unlive son, "Spot" Heed, in the bux against Canitlicrsvillc and the l'i- lois pioceeed not only lo maltreat Reed Imt Wilson Koewing completely 'handcuffed the locals with five, hits . . . over at' Newport. the Cardinals started their HIT, Russell May, against Unlesvlllc, and felt pretty secure . . . But May was not right, and Ihe Ualesville hitters were, and the result was an overwhelming victory for Elmer litrriioff and his young crew Joncsboro played host lo In a night opener with Ihe veteran Bin-ley Grimes doing the chunking . . . Grimes tasled less than five frames, the Rebels winning The results were the same when the. teams switched scenes Newport spoiled the cvenimr for more than 1000 BatcsvlUc fans'. ...... Bill Fisher, a rookie, hurled Joues- Ihe I hoio to a 7-1 victory ut Paragbuld, and Manager Hers:hell Bobo paced the homelin»s lo a 13-9 triumph before a packed house at Qiuuln- ersville . . . Believe it or not! GOOD AND NOT SO GOOD- GnniM over the week-end were both good and bud for ex-Clnul.s and fo.-iher Northeast, Arkansas Leaguers . . . o\'er at Newporj, Mmslmll Jleinphill lost a. lour hi(ter to ParagouUI, all three Hebe! runs being unearned . . . T tie Cards secured twice as many hits but could manufacture but tiro tallies . . . Carl La nek, pl-.iying rijht field for the Cards, went hit less in four tries . . . Thomas Pullig. who Inn-led for (he Giants last year but was turned loose during (he (.raining season at Fort smith, made his first start for tlie Hot Springs B.illicrs didn't BO over so bis He lasted 1 1-3 Innings, gjvTni; up six hits and fi runs . . . He was nol credited with a loss, however. as n bnitmg barrage in the second anil third washed out. Die seven run lead of Clarksdale . . . I^.fty Tolles, NBA halting rhnmp last year, feasted ou the - Mississippi hurling ... In Ihe afternoon gnmc ho had two for four and under the arcs luwl l,lnce for five . . . Paul Rucker, former Osccoln and Jonesboro catcher, acted as a plush hit- ler in tlie afternoon but mis unsuccessful . . . Kd Aniehma, who held down first base for Carutliers- villc in 103U, took a. special liking lo Die serving of two Monroe. La., pitchers, securing three singles mid a double in five attempts . . . Otis lirannon. erstwhile Osceola Indian, now Hot Springs 1 second baseman] went up six limes in two games and had but one hit . . . Three former Osceola stars of '37 shone for Mayfleld, Ky., of the Kitty in an exhibition game with Pulton . . . Hal Berniisek and Bill James each hud (ln- C e hits out of five, and Oi-iidy Mills singled twice out of four . ; . Charley Parker, who was with Osceola a short time last year, came up eight limes for Meridian during two Barnes with Jackson ami luid two hits Howard Roberts and Jack Gran- Ilinm, formerly with Joncsboro and farasoiild. respectively, were caught in a no hit—no run game at El Dorado . . . Both went hilless in four . . . During (lie afternoon conlest Ciranlham had none for two and Roberts one for five , Roberts committed three errors! but drove in two runs with his one safety, a home run Yesterday's Results Southern League Nashville 4. Memphis 1. Atlanta ». Birmingham n <ti called end'ioth. darkness). New Orleans 8, Chattanooga 5. Little Rock 6'. Knoxville 3. National" lA'agtiL- ' Mew York 7. Brooklyn 4. Cincinnati 8, Pittsburgh (j. St. Louis 6, Chicago 3. Only games scheduled. American League New York 3. Washington 2. Cleveland 11. Detroit 3. lioston 13. Philadelphia 1. Only games scheduled. Northeast Arkansas League I'iinigoiikl 0. Newport 0. jDiiesboro G. JJIyltieville 1. Cariilhersvlllc 12, Batesvillo 9. To prevent the dead from sur fering from hunger or thirst, mo tirians of the early dynasties Egypt removed the parts that life caused these pangs of sulTcr- of TUESDAY, MAY 3, 1938 wind scored first with n series Of flying head scissors holds, downing the former nnvy champ In ten minutes. Parker used a, step-over loe hold to take (lie second in 15 minutes and Perkins ended the mulch quickly when Ihey came out for the, deciding fall, pinning the erstwhile yob in four minutes with n scml-jnrk knife. Canitbersviile Outhils Batesville To Win 12-9 BATESVILLE, Ark,, May 3.—The Batesville White Sox defeated the Caruthereville Pilots. 12 lo 0 here Just night in n loosely played name. The visitors oulhil Ihe Jucal.s by a considerable margin. Score by innings: u. if. E. CVinitiicrjiVllln 130 ,'iOO 005—12 I'l i; llalesvillo H10 020 DU!— 98V incut but Nam-Ian through on lop. Vastly more scientific was tlie j baulc between Art Perkijis ami Sailor I'arker, in wliich Perkins was tlie winner. Tlie Detroit wliirl- Althounh many tricks of juugic take only two minutes to perform, (hey have cost their originators several hundreds of dollars In material and years of effort lo perfect. Today's Games' Southern League ..,.,. Nashville tit Memphis, night garni'*! nirnilnghnm at Atlanta 1 . ,( New Orleans at ChattaiiooEO. Knoxvllle at : Little Rock. National Brooklyn at Pittsburgh. New York tit .Cincinnati. Boston at St. Louis. .Philadelphia nt Chicago. American League Detroit at Boston. Cleveland at Washington. St: Ix>uis at New York. Chicago at Philadelphia. Northeast Arkansas league Joncsboro at Ulnhevillc. Curiuhmvillc al Newport. Paragmild ill Batesville. Lighthouse to lie Museum ISLESBOHO, Me. (UP and summer residents plan v make the old Orindle's Point lighthouse Into « maritime museum, u memorial to the town's seafaring men. Townspeople txraght the properly when Hie old building was abandoned several years ago. W. I,. I'd. Southern Little Rock Atlanta Challanoogn .. .. New Orleans Nashville Memphis Knoxville Birmingham . National New York Chicago Pittsburgh Boston Cincinnati Brooklyn St. Louis Philadelphia .....' American Cleveland Washington Boston New York Dclroil Chicago St. Louis : Philadelphia Norllicast Arkansas League, W. L. Pel. ParagouW 3 Balesville a Ulylheville ...'. 2 Jone.sboro . H 2 .vCnriitliersville I Newport easy to buy... for home refreshment A iiandy six-bottle carton of Coca-Cola is so easy to pick up at your dealers. It's the convenient way to provide Ihe pause that refreshes with ice-cold Coca-Cola at home. COCA-COLA BOTTLING GO. BIytheville Phone 366 DOBBS smart, cool style THIS MILDER, TASTIER "MAKIN'S" TOBACCO? GtNt PHILLIPS (I, ft) lass out a m. a Prmce Albeit ™ 0 l>e even thmi K li he s Hatelnni; tlie birdie." "I've tried cvcrvthinff on the shelves," he tells Julian, "but Pimce Albert (tots Uie piue loi quick, casj lollin 1 ." "P. A. suio lins what il takes for mild 'ivmkinV smokes," puts in Hugh riumbl Jr. (He's Uie middle one.) "Most everybody around here rolls Prince Albert now." 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