The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 11, 1938 · Page 6
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 11, 1938
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PAGE SIX DEFECT CARDINALS IN "1,7-8 Winning Run Scores When Infield Bounder Takes Weird Hop BY J. f. FHIIINl) The lougli luck \vlilch JIBS (logged Newport since -the season began plagued them again last- night lo help the Blyltjeville Giants In an 11 inning, V-0 decision over the Cardinals, and extend their current losing streak lo nine straight, A made-to-order "out" toll otf the bat of Joe Marcsco thai wok a wlerd bounce over Die head of George Oldenburg. Card second baseman, just as he was set for Die play, enabled Angel (The Battler) Aragon to score from second \vllh the winning nin. Only one was down. On Hie basis of cold statistics the Giants were entitled lo the game over the regulation •period, hut wllli a favorable 'break" in the eleventh Ru.ssell May and Lewis Meyran might be pitching yd. After (he Cards had tied the scorn with n two-run burst la the eighth May and Meyran sell!e<l down to a light duel. The Giants outhit the Cardinals, 12-10, drew ten base 0:1 balls to four, had a hit batsman apiece, but committed four errors to one. Meyran Goes Koule i Lewis Meyran, Ginnl right hnndcr went the entire route .for the) Giants and well deserved the triumph—his first ot the year. Uut he had lo .work • behind most of the time, and toll extra hard because of his control that faltered at times. But price on even terms with the Cards after the locals had overcome a four run lend, the (all New York Cilian bore down in (ho pinches and wound ui> strong. He scattered the ten hits over five innings, walked four — three of them in the first— and fanned 10. Manaser Thorpe Hamilton used three, 1 all right handers, with Russell May, the loop iron man, Hie losing "pitcher. Marshall Hemphill, the cx-Glanl, started against his . old/mates, but the wtznrdy he exercised over them in '37 was conspicuous by its absence. Hemnhlll literally walked himself out of the ball game, blowing tin early advantage due lo Mildness. During the 3 1^3 Innings on the mound he issued six base on balls. In the BLYTIIEVILLB (AUK.) COURIER NEWS Make Good On New Jobs WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 193« KUHEL E'S Rivals Learn Third Basing I neks From Former I iger Slar I1V .JKIIHY l!lt(>NI>FIi:i.l> S'I-)A Service Spin Is Writer CHICAGO, April II. — Jimmy \/' s fun! lollinvfi.s ot tiie Chi-avo I p, fj ,.,, , , While .Sn>: arc r<mllt!i:iil Unit lliey I r !,nitiiprsvili I i- lw: teller <>>. the tlfals with On- l "' ull - lu - s;m i i't and Washington. J'.e Kulu'l, win fumi; from the v I'lowil.s far Xf-Jjt Jlontira. h;js tul'td ;i!»l ttimplelt-d douljli; plays in critical spots which the large llnlinj) could j»;t hi; cxj)ec-l»:l ui i/ante, t lias Siacn iili-rt au:l ia^.t i.:i 11.6 bii.scs. Murvin Owen, who Gorman and Trautner Due to Hurl Tonight Tommy Gorman, Giant left- hniifU-r. ami Tniuliiei 1 , Cardinal righthander, arc the pitching )icmiiH:es tor icniichl's;-Ne«'|)oi'i fa'"'.' "I Walker Pavk. Tomorrow nljdil the Dntc-svlltc WlillL' Sox move In tur Die llrst of two names. Hilling A New Low r.:ime 1mm In risers in Uie b.n U-r which in- ' II T ' i.d Vcnion Ki-tjiif-dy, in playini; I i u)> mi )>al) al Uiij'iJ Oast. (as Walker, who came 1 Atlanta Memphis 1 ... Ntw Cikiurs Jhnmy Dykes, right. takr-s satisfied look the American Uamic. Lined up in their nc-. in 1 ; ii.ii't- ni-.v jjlrcil linnils (iblnlncd In (rades will uniforms. 1(11 to right, arc Gei-uld Wtilktr, [onner Ue , ,,.. . . , o-cii, tln-i-ntcns to be n ie lif (! of j {-" ml)1 « J "' m lid thu I'lih: Host paMlii'! parly. | Kll iwville . . Iroit oulfieldci" Jm- Klilicl. lir>:l tawiiian wh« «imc from Wn.siiln:jlo;i for Owfii, whose play at third IJSIM.' hclptd the Tifii'r.s l« two iitnininl pu'.Uii'! )>; and Owen ai'u smart in-1 third he forced In n rim with ,-i jiass. With two • runs already in and (he lylnE run on base. In fourth Hamilton sent in .Donald Trautner. A double play slopped (he- Giants momentarily, but they found the'range again In the sixth and went ahead with three runs. May came in just in lime lo be caught in the fourth hit of the inning that . resulted in the sixth run.- bit of wild base running by Aragon got him out of a hole. He then proceeded lo dish out goose- eggs with Meyran until ' the fatal eleventh, - Wild at First Tivo base on balls to open the game eventually scored and gave the Cardinals n running start in the first. Grady Milis. former Osceola Indian, secured during the afternoon from Meridian, and Oldenburg drew (he passes in order. Harris . fanned. Jimmv Guyinan. new outfielder, hit to Woods Mio started tossing the ball !o second before he got it and all hands were safe, Mills scoring. Tom Mabry also walked. Oldenburg came in after Prank Jackson's catch of Glair Cdunvs long fly. Hemphill also had difficulty in locating the platter; handing out free tickets to Woods, Jackson and Swims Like Duck Ara£on in the Giant half of the ', but \vns more forfunnte limn Meyran for Marcsco grounded out with the tusc-s filled to end (he Inn- iiii. The Redbtrds added another In the second on Hnnsen's hit to right, llcniphlll's Intended, sadii- llcc that wenl for a base hit, and Hani';' loojicr back of llrst after Mills and Oldenburg had gone down swinging, llansen did the scoring. On an attempted delayed steal Harris was thrown out. _ A couple of errors and a stolen base ran their run totnl to four in the third. Woods made a nice play of Guyinan's hard smash but ruined it by throwing the ball uw«y. Guyman stole third when Aragon tried lo pick him off second, lie cnmc In when Ilcrs'clicll Bobo drop- lied Henry Dvorak's throw aflcr llekllng Mnbry's grounder. Gel To Hcmpliilt A double piny helped Hemphill lo retire the Giants in the second, but. lie ran Inlo more trouble in the last of the third. For the second lime he Issued three ou call.? in n frame bill the thlr:l followed Jncksqn's hit lhat Itllc:! the buses, and forced In Wocils wilh the first Blylhcvllle run. Maresco fanned and Tommy Gorman [lied lo lett leaving three stranded. The Giants got next lo their okl mat: anrt drove him lo Ihe showers In lh£ fourth. Dvorak got a l|lt when hjjj hopper hopped over Crum's head. Meyran fanned. Woods singled to right and Dvorak raced to third. He and Woods exe- ,ited the double steal wilh Dvorak. 11 Ihe scoring end. Bobo doubled to .gill, center, scoring Woo:ls. Trnul- cr came in io relieve Hemphill. 'ramtack was safe on Oldenburg's ow throw lo first afler fielding his asy chance and Bobo scored. But ackson hit into a fast double play, Cissell lo Oldenburg lo Harris. lineup. Shorts-lo)) Clair Cium. Edward Cissrll, tiilrd bnsi'iniin. urn! Oracly Mills, were signed durlni; (ho duy and all got In for the Hist lime. Jimmy Qiiymnn, laic of HID Nebraska Slate league, was taken uu Monday. CnrI Laiiek was rc- iisetl lo make room for Mills. President Marion Dickens ami "Crackle" Parker, a director of the club, accompanied the team, Tlie box score: Newport Mills, rf 5 Gldeilbiiri;, 21) ,.. 5 Harris, II) Ou.vmnn, If — Mabry, cf Ci'iim, ss Cissell, Sb ...... Ifanscn, If .... Hemphill. p ... Tiaulncr, p ... Mny, p CAUTIOUS KATY nd Woods lined out to cenlerfield. —May. Double plny.s-cis.scl Ito'oi- Joe Whiting, swimming instructor ot Miami, Fla.,"took his cue from a duck when he designec th* paddle shoes he is adjiist- Ing. Msde of leather, they are »xp«cl«d to b« of great aid In novices In the art ot Uckinc. Ovorak, Meyran, p Totals . x—One out when . winning .scored. Score by innings: Newport 211 000 020 00—(i Clythcvllle .... 0001 203 000 01—7 The summary: Runs batted in— Oldenburg, Harris '2, Crtitn, Bobo, Arngon 2, Mnresco 2. Two base hits —Oldenburg Hnrrbi, Dvorak. Hit by pitcher — Gorman (Traut- neri; criim (Mcyranl. Stolen bases —Woo:ls. Arngon, Dvorak, Guyninn, Mabry. Unsc on balls—off Meyrau •I. Ilemphill (!, Trimmer I, Mny :t. BlylhDvlllc tied it ui> and went! strikeouts — Meyran .„ „„„ head in Ihe sixth which saw an-1 Hemphill 3. Hil.s-olf llcmphtll llier change in Ihe Newport with ;i runs in 3 1-3; off Trautner litching. It started, as usual, wilh wo clown. Meyran popiwd to short with 3 runs in 2 1-3; olf iUivy 4 with 1 run in •) 2-a. Losing pitcher Bobo walked and TrambacV: singl- tl ort Harris' glove. Jackson lined. single to left, sending in the Donald mid kipper. Aragon drove one to con- ganw—3:05. er, scoring Tramback and scnd- ng Jackson to third. Maresco's 'exas leaguer drove in Jackson. Aragon overran second and before ic conld gel back lie was (nipped ind run down. "Long John", in the meantime, lad been cruising along nicely nd without the slightest signs ot veakenlng. But he was caught in 'he middle of three hits, two of hem doubles In the eighth that led the count. He fanned flan- fen for Ihe second time but May >icketl on a low one and tlrove ii o right. Mills also fanned but Oldenburg's liner was just out of reach of Tommy Gorman, in left, and it tallied the Cardinal pitcher. With a two strike count Harris drove an outside pilch just inside he left field foul line and It was ;oocl for a double, Oldenburg counting the deadlocking run. iuymau skicrt to Jackson. It was three nr> and tlirce ctomi for the Cards in the ninth and tenth, but the Giants turned down a fine chance to score In their half of the tenth. Dvorak led ofl with a double. Meyran bunted a fly to the • catcher. Woods walked. Bobo Hied to center and Tramback lined lo the pitcher. A great throw by Gorman cut oft the visitors in Ihe eleventh. Wilh two out Guyman rammed a low liner to left. Gorman made n valiant, attempt to make a shoe string catch and did succeed In trapping the ball as he fell. Guyman rounded first and headed for second only to be cut down by a perfect peg. ' • J.ackson's third hit opened the winning Snntng. Aragon forced him at second and then swiped second. Maresco's bounder followed and the needed run came In when the ball eluded Oldenburg. Bobo switched his lineup, send-' ing Maresco, a catcher, lo third, Gorman, a pitcher to left field, and he took first In place of Julian Harrington whose bal hasn't been any too potent. Maresco had •? hits, drove in "i runs ana figured In the winning play. Gorman hit safely once and let go of thai great throw from the outfield. The Cardinals also had a- revised,| denburg lo Harris; Cvuiu lo Oldenburg lo Harris. Umpires-McConnelly. Time of Holt Tackles Ark-Mo; Hudson Meets Terry Holt Fmiernl Home meets the Arkansas-Missouri Power corporation and Hudson 'tailor shop lakes on Terry service station in city lion-ling league matches tonight at Smlbury's Playhouse. Dr. Pepper meets llubbard llanl- K-.ire company and John's confec- tlonery tackles Palace cafe matches Friday night. in Minium; and Marvin lii-Wcrs. ICnhul. Owen, ami Walter I nre team players, I .'it'inley Hack of the Cubs Icr.rn- ti' in be a great admirer and :;lu- (Icnt of Owen during'the sprin? training season. Owens Screens Catch Hack wa.s on third base, walling for Gee Walker to snag n. long fly, so he; could score after the catch! It was then that Slan noticed that he couldn't lell what wits happening in Ihe pasture. Owen was standing directly in his line of vision. Slan wns set to be oil the second Wnlkcr ma:!e contact with the ball, tint he was unable to see just when lhat split-.second came. As 1C was, lie barely scored, but , hf made a mental note' of Owen's Irick. •I think I'll use that myself," he told Owen, "I'm quick to learn." Stan wns set to bo o/T the second ball hit safely to the outfield, the rinmcr. of course, sets sail for third, mid I hen for home. However, just about the lime he gels 10 feet from Ihiril base, Owen da.slies to the "tck. crouches wilh both bands nndy to lake a Ihrow and yells- 'Hurry . . . hurry . . . hurry!" •Spill Second (if Panic ihc runner, believing that a remarkable pickup or slop has been made, frequently gets a little panicky, and lilis the dirt. By the time he's discovered his error and is on his feet again it's too late for liim i to attempt lo score, ff he does, he's ' likely to be thrown out. Owen made Billy Juries very mad by working Hie trick on him. Hack worked it, tin Owen the following day. It cost the Sox a run Nairn-ally, one might blame the third base coach for allowing a base- Knrihc:i>,t Arkansas League W. I,. Pel. ' ' ' u 'i 8 'I C 5 5 li A: 4 Sulillii'i n 'I Illlt ilai-k American W, I, Washington 15 7 Cleveland .. New York . Boston Chicago .... Detroit .... Philadelphia El. Louis National New York . Chicago Pittsburgh . Cincinnati , Boston St. I.oiils ... Brooklyn .., Philadelphia League W. f,. Pel.. n 13 8 11 0 11 11 1 9 S 11 8 13 •1 15 .350 .CIO .550 .500 .138 .121 .'Ml .211 Yesterday's Results Norllieast Arkansas League Paragoiild 4, Jonesboro 2, Caruthersville 8, Baif.willo 5 Blytheville 1, Newport 0. l j rctty Katy Jiaivls, Miami, Fla., swimming slnr, experiences part ot the thrill that comes to an Indianapolis Speedway driver runner 'to be bamboozled "in that \\\l n + llflrt l\n>l!n>1 I \> f. urUnnl r*t ! . "-.....< .» llulL' sitting behind the wheel o[ one of the streamlined vacors. Katy, however, prefers to show her speed in the water, ,iuc! leaves the actual driving lo the daredevils who will roar nrouiKi the famous brick course May 30, Paragould Cuts Off Jonesboro Rally, Wins I'ARAOOULD, Ark., May 11.—The ftmignnld Rebels throttled n Joncs- boro rally with lying run.s on ^.ec- ond and third base to win, 4 to 2, here yeslcrdny afternoon. McLrndon hurled Ihe full distance for the Rebels and Fisher wenl the rcule for the Jonp.slioro club. Underwood of Jonesboro hit for the circuit. Srorn by innings: It. il. E. Joiirsboro 000000 101 2 U 3 Paittgoukl CM 010 OOx '1 !1 3 Fisher ami Cooper; McLemlon and Martin. manner, but n coach can't be held for a base-runner's actions in a. spill second of panic. Meanwhile, Hack is keeping his eyes and cars open. He can't watch Owen duiinj Ihe regular season, but the finlct Sox inftelder has Eivcn him a couple of ideas. And, just as he frankly admits. Hack is quick lo learn. Southern League Memphis 7. Nashville 0. Little Hock 5. ICtioxville •! Inninys). Birmingham 10. Atlanta 3. Chattanooga 8, New Orleans 0. American T.eague Washington 8. St. Louis G. Chicago at Nt™ York, rain, nclicit at Philadelphia, raiu. Cleveland at Boston, rain. Nalional league New York 5. Chicago 1. Brooklyn 10, St. Louis '2. Cincinnati 7. Philadelphia 3. Boston at Pittsburgh, rain. (11 Utah li.i.s five head of cattlo for every human inhabitant. More than 22,000 tliiTcrenl kinds 1 of wood have 1 been classified. I LINDELL AT'WANb. Don't You Gamble When you huy ;i Car ;ii Tom I.idl* Chevrolet Co. Il's what \vc say lira Fnril V-S Tmlnr. Only !!Hil Ford V-8 T«- dnr. Special IOP.5 Ford V-S Jle- lu\e Srdan IflSB Fonl V-S l>e- liivr f •ollpr- ID" Climolrt Town Sr-iUiu , $175 $265 $345 $495 Mnny Othrrs In Choose I>nm i::isy CS.SI.A.C. raynicul Man Tom Little Chevrolet Co. Phone f>M Thieves f.ikc Cnickfrs M.'\S.S1LLON. O. (UI J )—Tllievcs bloke into the truck driven by E. F. Blythc and look three and one- lialf iwimds of crackers. CarutliersviHe Wins Over Batesville, 8-5 CAKUTHERSVILLE, Ma., May u —Ttn> Cnrutlicrsvillft Pilots defeiit- ed the Batesville While Sox 8 to S in n game here last night. Lowery went (he route for the Pilots while Elkins lolled the lull ! distance lor Ihe White Sox. Errors led to Elkins' defeat. Score b/innings: R.. H. E Batesville Canithersville .320 012 MX 8 8 Elkins and Simmons. Today's Games N'orlllKist Arkansas League Newport at Blythevllle. Bfllesvillc at Cnruthersville. Jonesboro at Paragouhl. Soutlieru League Memphis at Nashville. Atlanta at Birmingham. l.Hllc Rock at Kuoxville. Chattanooga at New Orleans. National League Boston at Cincinnati. Mew York at St. Louis. Brooklyn at Chicago. .Philadelphia at Pfllshurgh. American league Chicago at Boston. St. Louis at Pliilatlclphia. Clevclntul (it New York. Hctroit at Washington. Cat Mothers Chiclt WILLOUGHBY, O. lUP)—Ammy, .1 cat. broadened her motherly instincts to include a . lonely and motherless chick. 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