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PAGE SIX PILOTS, 8 TO 3 • *""* * Bobo Touches Ofl Belated Scoring Spree In Game. Here - IIV J. 1'. I'ltlRNH Same of these days Die Northeast Arkansas League pitchers are going to learn, if t'.icy haven't already, not to keep tlii-owing curve halls to Herschell Bobo. second on a wild throw by Fred Mcmclon. Hie first of four errors. Jackson doublcil lo left, scoring Trambnck. Three hits In n row mnnufnc- lured the tying tally for (lie VUols In the second. Leonhavdl doubled lo rteep left. Jew Shy sliiRlcd lo lefl. Lconhnrdl being held at third. Simmons sliifilefl .sharply over second driving In Leonharclt. Mondon sacrificed both runners up a notch, but Filo hit to (he pitcher and Feldninn set Knsler down on strikes. Knslei'.s Inck of control cost him a run in (lie third, Woods walked for the sciTMitl llnir. Hobo poiipi'd to short. Tranibiick funned Ijul Jackson walked. Arngou lilt the first offering diiwn third u mite-a- inlnute, rind Woods counted. The Giants added another In the llflh When tlie Ciii'iillicr.svlllii Innler's iilin worn tiutYiy. ISobo svalked. BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Kauttif.ni J.eag T.lllie nook Clmttanooxii .'.,' New Orleans Nushvlllc ... KnoxHllo ... 'iiguo W. 1C 10 II 0 8 B 7 7 Nalliinal I.,-: New York t r_n>% ttn Ait rr I r j t "•"• .- i. I.L n-ri-i.^i , j^ijuil VIUJIVIVI. ,11 Red Kaster, Carnlhers- framtack m( >v K | him up wilh an °,^, ™!'°!; f ""!' l ., Lhftt P"h l»n"W out. Jackson al.so W alk«l vlllc for It cost him a hall I a,','tl "AniBoii ST'"^™' llironiih 8am? li.ere last'ni8l)l, lvjm ., , imi ,, v b , OB , (h(s (lmr ,' u . With tlie big elcelrlc score board ' at Walker Hark reading, "Carulh-i orsv)Jic,,3, Blylhevillc 3. 8tli Inning 1 ,, nnd, runners on first and' third, the. "•.-strawberry thatclied rtiive which linndcutred (il)dli;. Holm came In. hluls l'i-ik 'I he I'ilols Inul IJWM ns (neck as fhnp di.shel,p,a'de.iee" on the s(J ,-i,,,,,,L But suddenly Ihey broke -first-pile, to the Giant skipper. | Ioosc aml Uw , lh( . s(;0 ,,, , * He hud been bothtrlng Bobo with ,,,„„. Alto hitilnif Shy on 11,,- cliln n sweeping curve all evening. Weil, wlu , a J)jtclu ,,, £.,„ j WllMn wns V"h ,V 7 , V» ''• ' IC vislhlv sllnl!( ' 11 ' '•"""'I' siimlrd U. Mm ei» i I°" ,' St T" m ' u ' r ' S "V «°<"i>' t» ihlrcl Julian Bobo leaned on It gocxl and linrdijVdn-jm,,,.,, .-..i,. . ,,, a ,:,,titff,,t and it sailed far over Al Saceniaii's * ^ mngiillk.oiit lieticl in deep centcrneld and rolled lo Hie race track fence more (lion 400 feet nwny. Needless (o say. "Hank" Dvorak nnd Bobbie Woods had ample time (o score nil right, mid before Ihe pellel ivns lelnir lo Ihe infield Bobo was camped on third. That, made the score G-:i, enough (o win, but (lie Giants, lal- lied three more lo innke the victory doubly sure. Sinnnons Ejected Losing Ihe game was Ihe second loss of the evening for the 'visitors, Four innings previously they lost the services nf lliclr malinger. Uiinny Simmons, after Simmons bad lost nn argument lo Umpire Connelly.' The players had found fault with some of the npin's decisions behind Hie plale and, no doubt they expressed themselves in no uncertain lenns to Hizzoner. Hut. evidenlly, Simmons went a . llttte loo fnr wllh his remarks. For suddenly Connelly slopped the game .and ordered Ihe leader onl of Hie game and Ihe park. Tlic usual arguments prevailed for more Ihnn fifteen minutes, lint eventually the arbiter won onl ami Simmons went lo tlie showers, lie was the second player lo be dismissed this week. Jimmy Deltnoiit was excused for Ihe night by Umpire Yowell during Ihe third giime with Jonesboro, Tuesday. Feldman In Form Harry Feldmnn was on the firing line for the Giants and turned In Hie season's most oiitslanding pitching performance. In seven of the nine frames only 22 Pilot.s came lo bnt and not a hit wns rcc- oiried off him during that period. Tlie Pilots connected in tlie second and seventh innings for their five safeties and Ihree runs. Feld- nian issued Mil one base on balls and fanned 3. He retired Bob Sinn- ton. Saccman nnd Huss Oildlg. Die first three in tlic Cnrnthersvillc batting order, on strikes in tlie third, nnd ivoimtl up the game by whiffing Joe Sliy, and Milton Low- cry. He fielded liis position well. Tlie Giant Infield worked well behind him, turning in lira fnst'dcm- bte plays. Woods handled leu chances without error and figured In both twin killings. Kasler was ivild nn ( l ineffective. The Giants collected nt least one hit nn inning, except, the seventh, nnd had runners on the bags throughout. Eleven were left stranded, Iwice going down with lire bases crammed to capacity. They were not tible to bunch Inch- Mows until the payoff inning when they imixlcred four. "Bine" Ara- Son led in Ihe 11-hit Giant attack with three hits, cue a triple, driving in Ihree runs. Dvorak, as well us Bobo, had si couple apiece. Oianls Crash Early The Giants liroke into l.'ic scoring column to the first innlitp registering one. Woods walked ami was iatei' caught oil first. Bobo beat out a sloiv hit ( n short, sieve Tramback forced him and went lo slop of Momlon's liner down Hist mid turned it Into nn unassisted liulont. bii Shy scored. With Hie count 2-0 Fred Filo reached up mul drove a wnslc ball lo left field for n lilt, sending ii! Iflwevy with "- 'ying mn.' Knsier ended tlic at'ony by Iiillinf; a double piny toll lo HO'JO with Woods nnd IJar- ringlon on (lie receiving end. Kasler seemed to take henrl for Ihe first time. Hut. his enthusiasm wns short lived. After the Pilot.s had been mowed down us llioy came up i tl tlic first half of the eighlhn Dvorak led off the explosive Inning wllh n Texas Leaguer Inlo right field. Feldman moved him iiroiuul with a perfect sacrillce. Woods smacked one lo short too hot lo handle and Bot a base lilt. oul of It. Thai set Hie stage for Bobo's <lriminlic blow. Bol» also scored ii moment Inter on a wild pitch. But (lint wn:> not all, Train- back rolled to first for the second out. Mondon fumbled Jackson's roller. Arngon stnrlcd things nil <-ver again by tripling In deep left center and continued on home when Mondon hcnvcd (lie outfield relay far over Gildig's head, Jnck- son scoring nhead o f him. Mondon committed his Ihlril miscue of Ihe inuitiB by llnowiiiB badly on Harrington's roller, hut, j m Currnn lanncd. C'arulliersville AR R II ro A E Totals S3 8 II -.'7 Hi '2. Score by innings: Carnlheisville 010 000 200—a Blythcville 101 010 05s—8 Summary: Uims butted iu—Kitu- mons, Mondon, Filo. Bobo 2 Jackson. Aragon 3. Two ba.se hiis- Jackson. Leonlmrdt. Three imsc liils—<Bota, Ara-jon.- nil by pitcher! I ... . ' ^ •"" "> "lillVll ball-Shy (Fcldnuin,. stolon bases -Woods, sacrifice liits-FVldman 2 Woods. Slomlon. Double plays --. Woods lo nvornk lo li a mno, on . Bolio to Woods to Hari-inolon "wild pitch—Kaslfi-. Basi- on balls—Fcld- nian 1. Kasler 7. Strikeouls-Feld- inan K. Kaster 7. Left, on base-Blv- llievillc 11. Carmhfrsvillc 3. Umpires-Connelly and Lyons. Time: ; The moose measures between c, .ind 7 feel tiij;ii at tlic slioulders. , 1933 FO^B V-8 FORDOR This car Is in A-l condition. New paint, Autumn Biwn. clean iu- sicie. Tiros O.K. Yon can buy this car for 11 OWN ONLY SIR rr-:K MONTH 1934 FORD V-8 PICK-UP This Iruck will make you n delivery or farm truck. H Is ready to go now. Oversize llres on rear. Bee (his one today. DOWN SI7 PEK MONTH Phillips Motor Co. ROY CALVIN, Used Car Mgr. <e Our Other Low Priced Oars and Trucks HIM- W. .. 13 . II . 10 .. B .. II U Pel. .7(12 .fiUH .673 .17-1 .421 .421 .:(G« .:;«« .5«U .471 .37.1 Rebels Beat Newport ForJixth Straight IJi.-Iroll I'hlliuleliihlii '" .St. Louis .' Nuillieasl A Hlylheville .. .. lintesville .. .. NrM-jioi'L 1.1-115 W. . Ii l'l:L. .KM', .IJ1I .5HH .SIHl AK1 Atil I'ct. .051 Ml .571 .-120 Yesterday's Results N'orllu-asl Avlcinsas League i':tii>KOiilil !l, Ni>W|ior|. 5. HiilcAVUlc 7, Jone.sljoi-o -I. Dlythcvlllc 8, Ciinilheisvillo 3. N'afiinial league Clnrliumll 5, Nfiv York 2 Pittsburgh •!, Uraoklyn 2. Chlrauo 21. Plilliuli-lphia 2. Htwlon 5, SI. Louis 2. Aiurrirnn ],r:iguo IXioit 7, Bosloii r>. Neiv York la. si, Louis in. Chicago 10, J'liiliidrlpliln .|. VVaslilnulon 8. cievelnnd li. Soudivrn T.eaEUC' Mempliis J, Kno.vville I. Clmllanoosa S. Birinlii|>linm -I. Lllllc Kock (i. Naslivilli: t. N<'iv Orleans nt AUnnln. rain. Elcplinuls have skins HIM in lilnces are four inches lliitk. THE A6E MAKES IT A FAVORITE-SO DOES THE PRICE! MELLOW SMOOTH STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY Now :i Years Old RONNWOOD \J 1IHAND STRAICHI BOURBON WHISKEY This \\1ii.s-key Is 3 Years Old 9O PROOF HIRSCH DISTILLING COMPANY CITY MISSOURI Your Car Will Need New Parts For Spring r,an't ncelect Iliose small inltles and minor defer!,* Hint detract from the bounty and serviceability of yo'.u ear. We nrc equipped (o n-place worn parts nnd lo fix up your ear lo look like nc.i, All Work Hniip 15v Trained Mochanirs -- for --Gas, Oil, Grease and Real Service PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. llli * ivahliil I'liotio Sid i, Ark., Mny fl.—TIie Hel*ls continued lhr> swift pace Hint lins kept them at the r •' yi'sli'i'day nfternuon, S lo ii. It sixth straight triumph Jonesboro Sells Grimes To Hot Springs Club JONESBOrtO, Ark., May 0.—Sale of Jitirtcy Crimes, vetoran left- liandcd iJitcher of the Jonesboro Newport | Batliers of the Cotton States' league Die tor I'nta'foaW and DIP slxtii .slraft;lil loss for Newport. Kolx'i'son was Hie wlnnln.r hiirler uolii'i the route wliile the- Caids «i three pitchers. Score l)y Innings: New))<<i-t, mo 020 (111 511 i; .... 000 SID 20.x 8 8 ii . 'I, .Mny, Tmiiiei- and O'Drlen; lluljcrwin and Martlji, Baicsville Wins In Tenth On Home Run KliOno. Ai'k:, May I). ... Anialir'.s hunie run blow willi u. u ii b.rsc In Ihe leiilh iini[ ng B , X) | 1( '. (1 ist nlKht's (jam,.. ;,„• Hie how. ins and iiate.sville won, 7 to 4 Tlie homer sent KH,|,, S | n Ilonii ; •; tin? uliinlnu pltdier in » u^j,,, "•' '1 with MMJin- of ,10,,%. "ri; Iiy Innings: H fl !•• "•""- .. BO.'f 000 001 3 '/'i-/ -'; ye.slerdfly, il lias been nnnoiiiiccd by I'resUleiU ffonslon Johnson of the Jonesboro Giants. Tlic piirclinsc price was not, (in- nounccd. '"I'ne deal v;as made for the best I interest of the .loncsbom club!' it. II. !•„ iMaiuiBcr f'elo CiXjpev said today Alexander To Hurl For Giants Tonight I "Lefty" Alexander Is scheduled Ui ' start Ills second Raine of Lhe .season ! foj- the BlyUiovilte Olants litre to- nlghl wllh any one of llu-cc hurl- eis likely noinlnatlons for Hie fjar- iitlieisvillo. Pilot.s. Alpxunilcr was n.'dilcd v/Hli a v/ln over Jonesboro in Ills fir.-n. )bro. Jonesboro .. o:jo |<)0 .) « ., . •• '"" «•"' v -i n u I'.lkins nnd Klrchiiff; FLshor aiul start although lie weakened ami was -removed from Die came Charles Flchter, Harold Koopmaii or Milton Lowery will work lor CnMiUter.svlllc. Tonight will he "Buddy Night" with several hundred youngsters expected to \ ie BlleS |. s O f the Giant innnagement. The game will .start ut « o'clock. American Log Cabins Date Back 300 Years SAI-.BM. N. J. c(JP>—Kosi into Ajiit-j'leHH pioneer 'history (HIS iwnlcil tlmt Ihe first to* fibhj wa^nmtln New Jersey lly & WHllsh Inspired by »«. jwlfanwlde sswcd- Wi-American 300th Aimtvftmry i CclUmiiiun of the taudin- of Hie' "FRIDAY, MAY 0, 1938 | flvst Swedish colonists In America, the research revealed that tlic first log cabins were constructed as early as 1C39, Plans Mall Development TOLEDO (UP)—Further steps' t* beautify Toledo's civic ccnler with ' Hie development of a mall are' i under way. Two streets will Conrlnr New^ Want Ail» ' lorn up lo provide space. AMBULANCE SERVICE DAY & NKillT CALL 30 Holt Funeral Home :MEAD'S = Mead's Straws are Smarter, Cooler, Lighter and Better! iis summer . . . vnll r s i niw w „,,„„„,„ shi.iil,! he very Ii«-h1 in , ve jgj lt . . llossess a new wider brim . . . a,,,) :t Mw towcr . . i,, () |ho "Afcad'n" Siitiimcr S(raw. 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