The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 11, 1936 · Page 6
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, July 11, 1936
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PAGE SIX BLYTHEV1LLE, (ARK.) .COURIER NESVS..'"-' Their Rejuvenation Surprises Steal Show From Youngsters Wi.h Mid-Season Performances. BY J1MMV IIONAIIlIi: NEA Service Spoils Writer A dozen or more major league 'veterans have come back this sea- frcn to take Ihe play away from younr/er men. O*sle Blucge and Red Kress n ciackerjack second base combination for Washington. Pete Apple-ton, formerly Jnb- Icuov/ski, back from the minor.s nnd winning for the Kcnatore in fine fashion. Red LUCAS of the Pirates accounting for seven straight. Gu. c sie Kuhr pacing the Pittsburgh army and near the top of the National league baltini; list. Jesse Ihiincs. 42. starling skirmishes for the Cardinals. Flint Rhem rejuvenated and as-] cisliiif; the Gas llou.'c Gam;. Tony Lazxciie helping Yanees to u long lead. Pat Malone a standout on (he none too steady pitching staff of Ihe New York Americans. Al Simmons swatting belter than .300 for Ihe Tigers. George lilncholder the most effective luirler with Cleveland. liing Miller. 42, hitting .333 null] filling in acceptably in Ihe Gold! Sox outfield while Hcinie Miuiush and Dusly Cooke were Injured. Bespectacled nanny MaeFayden. again under old Dob Qiilnn. who rtarted him, nnd registering for the Uees. after pmcticnlly cvcry- tody suspected that he wns thru. Kiki Cuylcr, released by the Cubs last year, hitting .31!0 and helping .to keep (lie Heds in the National League fight. Slmmcus i:\plains In the absence of Duddy Mycr, out with a stomach ailment, Blucge has played the grandest game of a grand career at- second base for the Nationals, ami is on his way (o hitting .300 In the junior loop for Ihe first lime. A'. his side, Kress, baseball's Cinderella Wan, has cavorted like a coll. Red Lucas Is back in his old! I he ( imunid [urm for Pittsburgh PI-' rales niter dismnl .showing In 1935.! I P| ll|1 |Jn k L CU » LM ,' f 1 "!^ , Stl ' l<!c l ° ! asSle """^ " m " s for '"s nrsl iaV~l , " ' I! ' L "'' w « s i'"^" r ]m K»v ''i'tH'iB average ot -L__^ l ±_L U !L C " 1 !l^!!i.i ra !:_ ^J" J v " !i » i ' 1 Blon comeback. Rasslers lioiigli on Ref !nc As They Come; Bloomfield Meets Myers IIV J. !'. ntll'.ND Fans with weak hrnrU and can't stand much excttrincnl are Wiimi'd not io attend the wrest- I!IH; pro^iiim, Monday niulil at. tin 1 American Legion Mill. If past performances mean nny- Ihiiic. Ihoie Is going Io be oodles of acllon when the four mat meanta; swing Into action. Kinll Flrpo. the wild and woolcy Ai'Eciillne. who can be depended cm Io sliifie one or two riots dur- El 1). Hut-lies Defeats Phillips, II to 10, IWcMitllin Heals Builders, 7-6 defeated McMuflin's Grocers Knsl Arkansas Hullders, 1 to 8 fiud I! I). Hughes company nos- out Phillips Motor company. ). in last night's Softball' at Haley Field . Huey '.vi-m Hie rorlc, for the cd II to II). duibU-htadcr uiii^ .-,<in mi: iui i.e. lor the Clothii'is ni:d Kliiningliam for the MotiiiKls while Tommy Phillips went tin; full distance for tost Ailan.sus as did Unbanks for Mc- MullltJS. ' o-r 1 - > •-...- t > /: . Mullnjs In the firs! Kiiine'Ih'e''Builders were- limited to seven 'hits while tin- c.u.cei-s made but six. Each team made only one error. 'Hie Builders scored ' first with two runs In Ihe opening Iniilnj made another in the ihiril, added I;«i In Ihe fifth- and .scored their Anal (ally in u,<, s | xth ..,,.,, changed his stnnce parliciilnrly. "The answer to my hitting of Ihe last three , weeks h that I finally have loosened up," ex- (ll( plains Simmons. "It sounds rather Eilly to say that I tightened up for a year nnd u half,.bill Hint's the. truth. I sioiply got into a slump, knew Unit I needed to put on a big spurt to get up there again, nnd the 'jiore I thought nbout it the worse I got. ."Now. I'm relaxed once more. "When you once gel a reputation ns a hitter it's loo bad when you fall off a HUB. I've been booed all over thtf league, but they Mopped In Detroit In our last 10 days at home. I think it . -. Y "r Blcoi ", nc " 1 ' tllc bUo "» "">'' all<1 ( ™ of "™ mi;M \ ts ^ '" ""e "''- nre " lllrci1 fo1 ' »'<> The spotlight will be centered! on Becker, the "Und Doy from' jojo." Although he hn.s been wrestling In these parts for some lime, he will tie showing here for the llrsl time. Those who have seen him In action are almost unanimous in the opinion that, ho "heals anything they have ever Keen." He will have an advantage In weight over Pii-jx), but. Ihe Argentine has usually been .Where's Mini dignity referees arc supposed Io have in the wrestling ring? Looks ns n :t Is sadly lackln.j in this picture, for the re/, Mickey McMnstcrs, 1ms taken a dive nnd rests outside the roijcs on his back. Those two naughty matmen, Lord Lansdowm,-, lefl nnd Sammy Kohen, deposited |i )c olfcinl in his present puslliun dui-ln.; a melee nt Ihe ropes. ... t .„„ .„, e Builders. Hughes blasted out 14 hits in the second game with the Motorists making II. Errors were plentiful. Phillips being credited with eight niisci-es and Hughes with five. Phillips singed a seven run rally in Ihe llfth innii! 3 after Hughes had held a big fourth Inning rally when seven runs were scored. Southern would make more sense if they aWc tc) lilkc ™ c of himself. I • • Myers will have Io tune down 1 -ome when he gets in the ring nth Dloomfichl. The California!! vho heli>eil the late Walter Camp during the World War, is |K>wer- ul and can go for that rough iinff, loo. The Texan tiled to lou^li with M^iley but was League W.-U bcoed the guy who never, was nble to hit." Suhr Ail-Star Now . Lucas has spent 10 years with .Cincinnati and Pittsburgh. Last season the redhead won only eight nnd lost six for Hie Buccnnecrs. Pfe Tray nor was ready to give up on him. Now Lucius leads the senior wheel in pitching percentage. Never a terrific hitter in his six years with the Corsairs, Sulir slumped sadly at the plate in 1035, and was listed for a down- the-river deal. Now the first baseman is swatting .341) by way of helping Hill Benswangcr's boys to cut down the lead of the Cardinals and Cubs. He performed in Mie all-star game, J.ialone appeared washed up !nst season, only three victories to she-v against five defeals in his f i term as-a Yankee under his ,ld Cub bass. Joe McCarthy. The latler's friendship wasn't, figured to be a strong enough lie to hold the Irishman on Ihe Ruppcrt ros- l^r. Now here lie is one o[ the inaiiiitays of the chucking corps. Blaeholiler spent cighC " years with the Browns and a half "term with the Athletics. He won only 1 and lost II in 1935. It was reported that his fast ball had vanished. Here he is the star of a ulalT that was figured as (be class of the American League at the beginning of (tic campaign. Time B»'«> many ball players ample . opportunity to refute "the 'old theory that Ihey never come tack. disqualified by Heieree Mcroncy when lie peisislcxl in gouging iex's eyes. 8:30 will be the starling time, The program will-be two best falls out of Ihree, ninety minute limit 'mil. Only about 25 pairs of sand-hill cranes are left In the entire United States. OUT FOR YEAR? Attanln ......... xNashville . ..... Birmingham .... xChaltanooga ... New Orleans ... sl.itlle RiKk . . . ^Memphis ...... Knoxville ....... x— Night fjame. National . Chicago 1'tllsbiirBh . Cincinnati New York Poston Philadelphia Bujoklvn W. L 48 28 46. 21 Today's Games Southern League Chattanooga at Memphis. Atlanta at Birmingham. Knoxvillc. at New Orleans. Nashville at Little Uoclt. National League BrpoTdyn at Chicago. New York;at St. Louis. Philadelphia at Pittsburgh. Boston at Cincinnati. American League Detroit at Washington Cleveland at New York. CSilcngo nt Boston. St. Louis at Philadelphia. N'orlheast Arkansas League 'Open date, American Ne\v York . Hclrolt lioston Washington Cleveland Chicago .... Philadelphia >Sl. Louis ., ..-12 ..38 ..39 ..28 ..24 W. 52 42 43 41 40 30 Pet, .GG3 .508 .-191 .-182 .•I7G .-110 .«0 .-IH Pet .032 .CM .553 .521 .520 .403 .373 Has .500 Average In Five Games of Second Season Half firnilv Mills, speedy cenle'rficld- er. is Inadiiii; the Osceola Indians in l.-altiii'j fur the llrst Hve games Played In Ihe second half of the Ndthenst Arkansas Lcugiie. with an average of .HOO. Mills hn.i collei:le;l two hits In every "nine, a (ulal of len in twenty limes al. Int. Included are a double, n pair of home He has runs and seven itiivcn In eii'lil O. Williams, Al Siiamiiio. .312 Mahi-y. ir . flrcker. c BalHird. rf Kellev. Ih-p R. Williams, : Mills, cf .... Ilrunner, p-lb 'iinshain. p ,. McLean, p .. 3b Pel. .031 ,55:t .551 .s:« .513 .-ISO ' v[f! .942 a » in - P .324 Northi-asl Arlcimas The lenders: Doubles—Hucker singles. runs. C!. AH H II 2 3 R H -1 4 n 5 10 3 2 n o 1 3 o o 0 3 a .-ion -| .Zfi I .450 .5110 I .WO .coo .oeo .42'.! m and Kelley Due To Hurl Against -Car-] ulhcrsvillc HY J. P. FKIRN1) OSCEOLA, July n. _ Earnest Unigliani. league leading pitcher and Alfred Kelley, brother" of the illualrioirs llariy Kelley of tlie Alhlellcs, will pitch for the Indians, tomorrow at Camthersvllle hi a twin bill with the Pilots Manager Hoycc Williams lias announced. • Binglmm win work the first game, with Kelley doing the chunking in u,e seven inning 'lighlcap. Play will begin at 2 p. Yesterday at Paragon Id the In- rliiins won their fourth consecutive victory from the Rebels, thanks to two lusty home run drives by Paul Uucker. erstwhile University of Arkansas star, and a fifteen hit •larrage off Manager Orllir Collier. The score: Osceola IO 1 Pari- lonld I. . ' The giant receiver's first home run, came In, the seventh wilh 'lone on. He followed John Ma- 'Jry's double with another round tripper in Ihe ninth inning. Skii - wr Koyco Williams also had three hits. Johnnie Sain, elongated right hander who lost a tough one to Caruthereville. Sunday, hi his first start, was the winning pitcli- "r. He yielded but six hits, one n home run by Naegele in the seventh for the lone Rebel run. Six double plays were reeled off- Royce Williams Io Kelley; Uallard u Itucker. for O.sccola. H. H. B. C.fccola 010 002 112 - 10 15 4 Paragflllld 000 0(10 100 - 1 67 Sain and Hm-ker; Collier and Signalgo 2. ! O.^ceoln Ni'\v|x>: t .... Hatesvillc ... Carulhcrsville Jonesboio ,.. Patngoiikl W. ....-I 3 3 ....2 1 t . . R. Williams 2; Home runs — Ruck- 2. Milts 2; Total bases -Rue ker !' T n. Mills H; Huns Mills 8. Hvcker 1. H. I Pitchers ! McLean Baseball Resulls Pet. .800 .ISO .COO 400' 250' '""Sham Hrunncr i Sain i Lnlcs o Kelley o .200 batted In— Williams fi W. L. pet. . . 1 01.000 1 0 1.000 1 0 1.000 1 .500 0 .000 0 .000 Hank Grcenbcrg's broken left wrist apparently is going to keep the big first socker of Ihe Detroit Tigers out of the game for the remainder of the year. On removing the old cast that been placed on the break that occurred early this spring, following a fr.iclure in the IB35 world scries, medicos found Grccnbcrg's wrisi imperfectly healed and vvcro forced to encase It again. Hero is forlorn-jooking Hani; wilh the new cast, " .Southern „_. Nashville 5. Memphis 3. Atlanta 14. Knoxvlllc (5. N'<w Orleans 7. Birmingham 2. ChaUaiio,i K a at Little Rock,' 'S'lit game, National Lcaguo Ohicasrt C. Urooklyn 1. St. \a\\\f. 5. New "York 4, Philadelphia 9. Pittsburgh 6. HoMon 4. Cincinnati 1. American I.ratnf Washington 5, Detroit 0. Chlcauo 8. Boston 2. N'e-.v York 18, Cleveland 2. S!. Louis at Philadelphia. Io be Played later. Niwllir.isl Arkansas League Hale.sville 7, Carulhersville 4. Osceola 10, P.iragould I. New|>oil at Joiicsboro, eamc. FACTORY TRAINED RADIO EXPERT Now nvnilable for repairs on all makes of radios. 14 Years Experience Phone 233 Henry S. Werner at Hardaway Appliance .CD. Tiny Ilaliv Survives flLOMFONTEIN. Orange Free Stale (UP) — Little Baby Davis born to a young couple at Parys, near here, Is one of the world's smallest babies. She weighed only 1'i Ibs. at birth, was only eight inches long, and her arms were ;-o lliln they could be slipped through a wedding ring. SATURDAY, JULY 11; • 1036 ^_J*ai*ker Kneads Tigers Back Into Dough ___ _•,__.__ 'OEL PAKf-K IS Trie S/C-A' SIAL£R H\ BASEBALL Dwarfs Camera Dog • Misuses Mails MCNTHOSE, Colo. UJPI — A small dog arrived «l the locul postctfice recently unaware that lie was violating the law. H is anainst the. law-to ship dojs or oilier animals by parcel post ."'I'll is dog., was mailed al. a small poslolt'ice v.liero the rule was not knoiui. Drtc '1'isls llumanr Sign COLUSA. Cal. (UP)—The Colnsa Humune Society is convinced dot;?; are smart. A small ccckcr spaniel, evidently in need of u lioniL- and master, curled up at tlut society's sign, ft re- Bigger than even Primo Camera, Leon Kelchelt is seen as lie ar- , rived from Poland to amaze Am- i erican fighters and light fans with his 7 feet, 2 1-2 indies and his fistic prowess. He's said to be. the world's tallest boxer. Stale Pays in Vain SALT LAKE CITY (U!>> — j Sought for three years at n great i expense Io the state after he' Jumped bail bond, Jack Jersky was wounded seriously, captured, tried and acquitted in -10 minute.-, here. Ho was chaiged with assault wilh n deadly weapon. Courier News base of the Announcements "J"he Conner News lias linen authorized to make rormai nn- nouiiccment or the following cniv- Uldates for public office, stibjecl to the Democratic, primary next August 11: Fi.r IliMircstnlallvc In Congress ZAI, B. HARRISON To: t'rtinceuiing .-\Uunley O. T. WARD- BRUCE IVY DENVEIt f,: DUDLEY J-'or Ciiunty Jutl^e . vmaiL GriEENB S. L. GLADISH NEILL REED For Sheriff ninl Culleclur HALE JACKSON JOE S. DILI.AIIUNi'Y For Caunly Trrasiircr 'ROLAND GREEN For Circuit Cnnrl Clerk HUGH CHAIG For Re-Elcctlon for 2nd Tcnn Tor Cuuiity Court Clerk MISS CARRY WOODBUriN For re-election for second term f-'or Slate Senator LUCIEN fi. COLEMAN • I'nr Coujilj i;?|>rcstiitalire IVY W. CRAWFORD 1'or County Assessor R. L. (BILLY) GA1NES t'Yr lle-ctleclton to a 2ml Term For Constable, Chic:kasa\vba Township HARRY TAYLOR PRANK McOREGOU E. ^f. EATON niained there two days until its ca:x> was investigated and a Iionie found. Rend Courier News Classified Arts iieforc Ton lluy Any Oulboaril - See Ihe NEPTUNE 2 n. p. c^ir Single Cyl. l (r*'' J (Other Sizes to 1C H. P.) HUniiARD TIKE & HATTKKY CO. COOLEST SI'OT IN TOWN! Saturday Only 'And Sudden with linndolph Scot I, Frances I)r;il<c and Tom litwvii A smashing drama of Hip s|irc(l maiiiaes whose livi-.s- arc snultrct cut in a splil-setond. It reveals Ihe bcriible accidents of anlomu- lillcs crushing their (usMdigeis to death. A eood story. rarloon and serial. "Flash Cordon" \vHli liustfr C'rablie. Ailm. Malince & Niglil ICc ami -^-^e—Ic tax. Continuous showing. Sunday - Monday Wrecker .Service - Gas OPICN AU, NIGHT S5JRVICK CKNTEIl Phones 171 - 810 Now Contracting Fall Acreage Beans See Blytheville Canning Co. Blytheville, Ark. Paramount. News, Technicolor (Jar. loon, "Orphans Picnic" ami Mmi- ral .Inlly Coburn. ^dir.i-,-,!cn ^lallncc A S'lsul lOr ami Sic—Ic lav. roiilinuous slunv- TUESDAY, JULY !|— §125.00 HANK NlCil'i'!!

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