The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 5, 1938 · Page 6
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May 5, 1938

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

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PAGE SIX BLYTIIEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PILOTS TO Caruthersviile, Blyllieville Clash. At Walker Park; Even So Far BY J. P. FRIEND Rtiinet) out last night In the finale at Jonesboro, the Blythevillc Giants open a two game series wilh Use Pilots tonight at Waiter Park/The two teams conclude the "set tomorrow night when the "Qlant Buddies" will again !>e the guests of the club. Harry Feldman, the Giants' fast Mall pitching star who defeated the Pilots In the first game at Carutli- • ersvllle, has been nominated to face the Missourians tonignt, with William "Lefty" Alexander slated for the last sctto. ' Manager Bunny Simmons Das not made known his mound choice •but evefy indication points to Charles Pichtpr. Fjclitor was the loser in .the duel with Feldman. yielding 12 hits and 13 runs and Including a home run by "Blng" Aragoii,- Giant catcher. He issued nine bases on balls ami fanned 10. .The Giants and Pilots have clashed but twice so far this sea- .son and came out cven-stephen. Paced by Wilson Keeping's five- hit pitching performance the Pilots spoiled the Opening Day game here. The next night, however, it was turn about, fair play ns the Giants whipped the Pilots, 1D-9, in a.-free scoring battle. Simntons and ills gang have just completed n l»o game rout over the hapless Newport Cardinals. Koewing stwd- eij Russell May in a hurling affair Tuesday, while Strauss was the winner over Howard Sweckard yes- teiday in a loosely played game. Eiglit errors contributed much to the 7-3 defeat, although Cniuth- ersvllle outhit the home club, 15-1. Fred Leonhardt and Al Saccman collected tliree lilts apiece. Both clubs will present different tatting orders from their lust meeting-. Sncenmn, centerfielder, who led oft, has been switched with Bob Stanton, second baseman. Following in order for Caruthersville: Russ Gildlg, third bnse; Fied "Ripper" Lconharnt, first base; Joe Sliy, left Held; Manager Simmons, catcher; Fred Mondon, shortstop; Fred Filo, right field, and the pitcher. Giajit Skipper Herccliell Bolio has not indicated any change for his youngsters and they will come to the 'plate In the following order: Robert Woods, second base- Bobo, third base; Steve Trambnck, right Held; Prank Jackson, center- .fleld; Angel "Bing" Aragon, catcli- e.r; Joe Curran, left field; Henry "Hank" Dvorak, shortstop and Pitcher Harry Feldman. .No decision lias been made iu the case of Eli Peterlich, tall right harder returned from Jackson Tcnn, of the Kilty League. It Is not known whether he will be retained or optioned to some other club. Manager Bobo has not decided whom he will send to Dutch \Yelch but expects to by Sunday at leait. Welch has indicated a preference for William Von Ahnen also a right bander. Ducking .A Duste Methuselah Of Marathon Llllli; Hock Alluntn 1 .5011 10 .471) ii 10 ,444 ! 7 10 .4lii New Nashville Knoxvlll Boston Cincinnati j Drnuklyn Kt. I.tmix Caruthr-rsviUi' Dlythcvilln .. JO.'ll.'.Slj-JIO JJ.'itc.svilli; ,'iiart .. Bledsoe Hurls Rebels To Win Over Batesville I1ATESVILLE. Ark... May 4 — Percy uiedsoc held the Batesville While Sox to six scattered lilts anil the Purngoiild Rebels continued their wlnninij pace with a 7 to •! triumph here last night to sweep Hie two-game series. The Rebels pounded Mnlcsky for U hits, including Martin's home iiiii. Krecvtch hit for the circuit for Uatcsvlllc. Score by innitiBs: Paraeouitl ... flOO no 120 ...... ll i iJHlesville ... 001 111 000— i e ;< Uiedsoc and Martin; Malosky and Kiichoir. THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1938 This remarkable action picture Is .something in (ho way of an argument for baiters' helmets. Tlie apparent, proximity of the pitcher is due to the imiisiin! camera focus. Tin; shot «-ns taken through the screen from the granclsland. Note Hie bail us Ceiiler Fielder Uiteky Holmes of Dinshnmton barely gets h| s hrad out, of Pele NnUenls first pitch in an Easlcrn League Bame in Albany. Holmes walked but Naktenis evidently succeeded iu convinces Hie Triplets Hint It didn't, pay (o take (oo firm a toe-hold. The snuhpaw shut out his formei mates \vilh three hits, 3-0. Terry Defeats Holt; ! Hudson Beats Hubbard Terry tervice s(ation defeated Holt Funeral Home • and Hudson Tailor shop, in a close finish, defeated Hubbard Hardware company -in City Bowling league matches last night nt Sudbury's -Jn games Friday \night Dr. Pepper will meet John's Confectionery and Arkansas-Missouri Power corporation will take on Palace cafe I HAD THE BEST MEAL ON A FRISCO SMACK CAR-IT WAS SO CHEAP, TOO! Today's Games .Southern Lengiir Knoxvllle at Memphis, night game. New Orleans at Atlanla. BlnningiMU) nt Chattnnoo(!n. Nashville at Little Rock. N'allon.Tl League Boston nt St. Louis. Brooklyn at Pittsburgh. Philadelphia at Chicago' New York nt Cincinnati. American League, Detroit at Boston. Chicago at Philadelphia. Cleveland nt Washington. •St. Louis at New York. Northeast Arkansas League Newport nt Pavngonld. Batesville at Jonesboro. Carulhcisville at Blytheville. Yesterday's Results Southern LP»I;III< Afemplils !). Nashville 3. Hiimingham 7-'>. Atlmila •l-, r ,. Challanooga !), Mew Orlrans 2 Knosrtllc 5, Little. Rock 3. Niiltonal League nhtlndelpliin/ r.. Chicago 4. New York .'). Cincinnati 2. I'SltiJliuvBh !). Brooklyn 5. Uniilon 3. St. Louis :f (tie, 5 inn ings. inin). American League Detroit 4, rioston 1. New York 3, St. Louis 2. Chicago 4, Philadelphia I. Washington I, Cleveland o. Northeast Arkansas Lragui! Caiutheisvillc 7. Newport 3. niytlicville n|. Jonesboro, rain Paiagould 7, Balesville J. Taltea HANES Undershirt every morning—fresh, soft, and smooth-fitting. You'll say you never felt better in your life! Gentlemen, there's real comfort in the trim snugncss of a HANES as it grasps your chest with its featherweight K rip. You look clean-cut. You feel clean-cut. And you have its absorbent knit to blot up perspiration ... to save your lop-shirt from nn unsightly soaking! Every time you pull on a HANES Undershirt, slcp into 1UNES Shorts. This is one lime you'll have space to spare in ftic crotch and seat! Bond, stoop, jit, arid reach—HANES refuses to pinch or cramp, "Lastcx" yarn in the waist . . . colors guaranteed fast. Sec n JUNES Dealerlodny. P.H. Uancs Knitting Co., U'inslon-Salcm, N. C. («t. tight) SAMSOriBAK pf.shrunk Union-Sulti, H «,h. oth« HANES Union-Suits, 7s c and up. FOR MEN AND FOB EVERV SEASON A Complete Line of HANES UNDERWEAR JOE ISAACS. Inc. Caruthersville Takes Newport Cards, 7 to 3 NEWPORT. Ark., May 5.—New-' ort (Iroptjcd a 1 (o ;( decision to the Cnrutlicrsvillc Pilots licre yesterday. Strauss went the route for the visitors wliiic Sweckard was the losing Inn-ler. Score by innings: R. H. E. Age ran with youth in the 42nd ,-niiiua) Boston A. A. marathon when 115-year-old Peter Foley nf Winchester, Mass., turned out fur liis 27th running of Hie full 21i - mile - 385-yard course. Pictured above, as ho plodded alont; in Kay, pink striped tnmks. he saUlihis wile didn't know lie was running "although she was suspicions." Finishing the difficult course in 4 1-2 hour's "just to show 'em there's life in Hie old cln»s yet," HIB wliile-whiskerecl atlilctc complained of nothing more Uian a lliirst. Stagehand Withdrawn From Derby LOUISVILLE, K,.. Mav 0. i UP) —St.U'Dliand. winter Ira:/k favorite io win the Kcutinliy Derby. %vas withdrawn fi-ojn the raw ' today bruise of sickness. Owner Maxwell Howard announced. Thousands of dollars hud been sjmit on the colt to urn Die Derby nfti-r liis .sensalioiinl triiunplis in Ihe derby :ind himdicap at Santa ! Anita. 'I:ie lin.l tlsiss 111 illness were sho-.ui 'lawiduy wliui stanch nu linishci third, bf:hhul his stableman.-, nit :;iiltf, au:l r.iwnn in UK one mile <torby trial, Hta'jclmnd hud l;ei:n coupled v.'Hh The Chief, the tlirei! to one favorite j entry, until the lorinor's |joor slioiv- >n-i In the trial. PielHint' Fox, William Woodward's ion of .Sir cialn- liacl the 'Ihli-d, was uiade n tivo to our- choice InviiHllatrrly IIJJO.M v.'ith- drav.'al of sta^cliaiKl. Siiawnes Defeats Keiser hi Dual Meet Wednesday j KEZ.SEII, Ark.. May i.-S!minu>e , liijh school defeated Keiser in both 1 the senior and junior divisions or I a dual meet on the, Keiser track Wcdneixby afternoon. Both scores were close, 4't to us in Che .senior division and 33 to 33 in the junior bracket. U.'Slsco. of Keiser, was high point man for the meet, scoring 25 points for his team. Croxton of Shruvncc was a close second with 23. Sisco placed first in the javelin throw, the 100-yard dasii. the pole vault, and tied tor first in the hlsli jump. Tie came in second in Hie shot, pet and the 220. G. Etsco of Reiser and PieJtett cf fihav.'nee were h!<jli scorers in the junior division. Several events v/ere scratched because or rain. on Its tack. U turned over on Usiuvay l;y rolllnif Itself belly-up stomach, It n'ves its whole aciagain. i in WITH 'TIRES Canitlicrsville 210 013 COO—7 IS 1 Newport COD 1/03 000-3 7 7 Strauss and Simmons: Sweckard an,-] O'Brien. When attacked by man. the putr adder shnins death by rolling over f t \ slore and let us' inijpect your tires. It is false and dangerous economy to try and get an extra thousand miles from your .^vr- old smooth tires. Come in and let us equip your car with new Firestone CONVOY tires—new high quality—a new low price. Buy on our convenient budget plan. It is easy to use. Terms are arranged to suit. 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