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PAGE SIX JLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TO I SERIES •Blytheville Wins, 9 lo 2; Batesvillc Appears In Game Here Toniglit BY 3. V. FRIKN1) Tiie Blytheville Gianls took im• disputed possession of llilrit place In the Northeast Arkansas !.engne by winning the final game of the series from the hapless Newport Cardinals, 9-2, here hist night, behind the steady pitching of Tommy Gorman. It wns the lentil consecutive reverse for the Cardinals, having won only the second same of the season from the Hatesvllle White Sox. Displaying a fast oreaklne curve ball and excellent control, Gorman held the Red Birds In the n.ilm of • Ills pUcliliiR iiand all tlie way. Dc- sDitc ten nils, he scattered 1110m widely and wns seldom ID serious trouble. Al least half of the safeties v:cre of the scratch variety. 'Hie •youthful soiithnaw had the visitors hilling weakly throiiKhoul, less than a half dozen tolls ueinfi banged on tlic "nose". He .fanned seven and walked "hut three. Aueust Assclmelcr, . erstwhile dirutlicrsville Pilot. grunted the Giants one less hit but they came in clusters and were mixed with his" own passes and Infield errors After walking two in the seventh he exchanged places will) Jlniiuv Guyman in left field, who finished (he job. The Giants found his shots ' to their liking, rapping out lour nils nncl scoring three runs in the 1 2-3 Innings. Little., Joe Maresco, third hnse- muri, Harry Peldman, left fielder, nnil Frank Jackson, center fielder. paced the local barrage with Uvo liifs apiece. Mnresco wns up only Iwp official trips, sacrificing twice and walking once. Fclduiiui drove in. three runs with Ills singles. Angel (The Battler) Aragon, ditcher, drove In the last two runs with a double in the eighth. The play by piny account: , First Innins • NewporU-MlIls walked aiid stole second. OWcnbnr^ skied to Jackson nnd Harris to Tramback. Guvmaii scratched a- hit lo second. Mnbry Klngledi to center, scoring Mills. Maresca fumbled Criim's Inflcld tap and later took Clssell's roller nnd touched Ibird retiring Guy- nian. One run. two hits, one error. tGiants — Woods rolled to the pitcher. Bobo fanned. Tramback was safe on Cruin's error, Jackson singled between CIssell and Crum Aragon hit lo ihlrd nnd when Cissell threw jbadly to first. Tramback and Jackson scored. Maresco doubled just inside Hie Ihird base Xoul line, scoring Aracon. He went to third on a. passed. Dvorak walked and stole second. Assclmeicr threw mil, 1 Peldman. Three runs, 2 hits. 2 'errors. Second Inning "Newport-Hanson rolled to nobo, tin assisted. Woods cot to AssW- meier's hit lo deeo first but could not make a play. Mills fanned. Ol- (lenburs hit in front of the plate and was thrown out bv Ar.igoji. No runs, one hit. no errors. - 'Giants— Gorman hit to third nnd went lo second ivli'eri Cissell's Ion- throw eluded Harris. Woods fanned. Clsscll also threw badly after fiold- ing Bobo's hopper, Gorman holding third. Bobo i?oing on down lo second. Tramback popped to second. Jackson singled to left, scoring Gorman, but Bobo was caught at the plate attempting to come In. HE was hurt sliding bill continued' in the game. One run, 1 hit two errors. Third Inning Newport— Harris lined to Dvorak \Voods lossed out Guyman. Matey went down swinging. No, no. no. •Gianls— Aragon walked. Maresco sacrificed. Dvorak filed lo ccnler Peldman fouled to Harris. No no no. Fourth Inning iNewporl^Crum was .safe on an Infield hit to second. Clsscll hil almost in the same place am Woods could only slop it, Hansoi forced Cissell and was out trying to, steal second. Asselmeier walked Mills fouled to Maresco. No rims two liils. ;Glants— Gorman flew out to left Woods walked and was doubled off first on Bobo's fly to center. The In and run was on, No runs, no hits lilts, jevc-n IUH.S; Jjy Guyman 1 2-y' will) four hits, Uvo runs. Losing pitdic-r— Assclint'liir. Lett on bases ItJylhfi'flle 10, Kewiwrt 12. Km-' :, Connelly mid McDonald Time 2:10. /ANOTHER 'HAIG' |iluyi:r, whu Jiiulf lor tl»; ,i v.iil i,i: Sprouts Again A fOUK-1/ME MMOK- HQPFSFORAFIFTHJKtP w O BAT SEEDS' JtmRUATlONAL LEAGUE F£ATOF HITTM5 SEV6ti h'OMB PUNS N ft5 MAW COfJ5ECUT/ve OFFICIAL WES AT BAT IS A Cincinnati Hoston Brooklyn .. Kl. I.ouis .. Philadelphia THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1038 Will Be Manager I Of Newport NEWPORT, Ark., May ia.~Nt;*'- |,oit Inns will see u practically new rqire.sfiuinu Uus IOAII m liie CiirU Arkati-';:is l.raiiir- v;ai-n Cardinals, uho an- <k-.:)) In me in! cellar, having ',u;a <j:il/ ojie t-, c-otiur liwr.e (jits aUernocm to tin.' li.-a;li)i: 4 t'aragimUl Hcbt-ls. naai-r 'lli<ii|:c iuiiniliun Iras j tv>.i;:iu:tl, ctftctivi: M-'v |5 and wilt Reecl, Oravecz Are Pitching Selections Clyde 'S|»t" Heed Is Manager llrrscliel Bobo's choice for nioiiml duty agnlust the liates- villi! Wflltc Sox tonight while Mnnui'er Elmer KirchofI has (umouncr-tl that Mike Oravecz, I'onni'r Osteola Indian pliclii-r, will hurl I iir llnlvsvillu. The two (cams will clash axf'in in tames Friday nl^hl at Wiilktr Park lit-ru. Mikl; HlUXtJ, W.- iiu; I;:-I<M v.itii IJJM two si-a- Lone Oak Wins Over Yarhro Team, 9 to 8 tent of Ihe limestone estimated to he from I cent. deposlls Is to 25 per Two hundred thousand persons are engaged in Ihe aulotnobito rnanufaeliirlntj business In the United Slaws. The current of the Ama?.on river Is so slioiii; Diat it uverlics the ocean more than IWJ mile's Irom shore. California, Oklnhoinii, mid Texas e.rc the leading pclrotaiui-prodiK'- ing siftli'.s- of the Union. I Oak di-fealnd Ynrljro last In i! Mi.»i.s.sinui comity -• L'.'uiK'. a lo a. [ bri) not nine lilts off Hart llui-y. Lone Oak <:oll«:li.d .s:.-ven JijLs olf Wade. •u; n'lf.-isui are: ' 5:i;i!L'ay •'f. Conruy, Edtllc ', li-a.'iut 1 rs :in:l Curl I»i- i Yaibi utii.'itlrii.r. 'file new players uf v/hom have been IL' team 0:1 his switi-j im;iiml i.'ie cirettlc, niv: C'lairi- ! rl^t^rKi"^ and Terry Win ..'i. 21 ;,ear (jld infiuldi-r, (Jra-! cly -Mill:, rortin-i-ly with Osceolu ni-inlly wiili Meridian. Jimmy n:in. oiilfielrtcr, ajid Hill nuu- eini. 10 errors. lflli Inning Newport—Tramback made n nice .mining calch of Oldenburg's liner. .Voods threw out Hnrris. Guyman ill to Gorman and was safe when 3ol)i> missed Ihe throw. Mabry sln- (Icd lo ccnler but Crum fanned. Due hit, one error. Giants — Tramback popped lo Hnrris. Jackson (•rounded out In .econd. Aragon walked nnd swiped second. Maresco walked. Drum fumbled Dvorak's roller, filling Ihe bases. Peldman singled sharply lo led,' Arngon and Mnresco coining in. Gorman struck oul. ^ runs, 1 hit. Sixlh Vmi:iin Ncwjwrt—Dvomk made a nice play to retire Cissell. Hanson anil Asselmclcr fanned. Giants—Woods was out, pitcher to tlrsl. Uobo doubled down the left field line. Tramback popped to short, Giiymnn caui|ic<l under Jackson's blah fly. One hit. Seventh liming 1 Newport—Mills wnlketi. Oldenburg was, called out on strikes. Harris (o left. Guyman was safe Bobo dropped Maresco's throw. Mills scored ns Woods'threw out Mnbry. Gorman lossed oal Crum. One run, cue hit. Giants—Aragon .strolled for' (he Ibird time and Maresco sacrificed. Drank walked. Guyninu relieved Asselmeier. Fcldmnn greeted him with a single, Aragon counting. Gorman forced Fekdnati, One run, one hit. Eighth lulling Newport—Cisscl struck out. Hanson Illed to Tr.inibiick. Asselmcier hit another one of those |)csky infield hits, beating Bobo's loss lo Gorman who covered ihe bag. Peldman look cnre of Mills' fly. One hil. Giants—Woods singled lo ri«UI. Uobo walked. Trambaek fanned. Jackson popped (o short. Asselmeier misjudged Aragon's lowering My and It went for » double. It was beyond the ligln, pole in left field, more liian 350 feel from home plate. Woods and Bobo scored. Aragon was called out when Umpire McDonald ruled he inlerferc:! \\Hli Crum Attempting to field Mare.wo's hard smash. Two runs. 3 luts. Ninth fiiniiiif Newport—Dvorak had to, hustle to throw out Oldenburg. 'Harris singled lo right nud Cluymaii puuelied one to left for a liil. Mu- uiy fouli'd ouL to Arngon who went Mmost lo the stntuls lo make the cntcli. Woods went back nf fti-st to get Crum'.s skiei'. Two lilts. The box s'.'orr: Ali R n I'D A K Mills, rf Olilonbiirg. 2b . HlllTls. II) Guymun, U-|) . Mabry, cf Crimi. ss Cissell, 31) Hanson, e Affielnielor, p-lf Totals Blytlieville Woods, 2b I30UO. 11) Tramback, rf . Jackson, cf Aragon. c Mnresco, :tb Dvorak, ss Feldman, If ... Gorman, p an 2 10 24 it- B AB U 11 PO A F. Closing Oul Our New TIRES Mansfield Goncl.vcnr Firestone Tolnls :ta !) n 27 11 x Newport 100 OOfl 100—2 Blytheville 310 020 1M—0 Siimuiar.v: Huns bit I ted In—Mn- bry 2. Jackson, Aragon 2, Maresco, Feldman 3. Two base hits, Maresco, Bolra. Arngon. Sacrifice lilts. i\fnr- c.«co 2. Stolen bases—Mills. Arngon 2. Dvorak. Passed balls. Iliinscn. Double plays — Mnbry (o Oltlcn- Inii'B to Havris-. Crum to Oldenburg in llniisen. Bases tin balls, oil Asselmeier 7, Guyman I, Gmiiinn 3. Struck out, by Gorman 7, Asscl- ^ter :i. Giiyinan I. Iniitnys pitcli- —By Asselmeier r, 1-3 with live Yesterday's Results Niirlhcasl Arkansas I.eaguft niylhcvilk! !). Newport 2. Joncsljoio 13, Paragould 5. Caintheisvillo 5, Hatcsville 0, Kfiullicrn LcaRiie Memphis •!, Nashville 3 (10 Innings). Kno.wlllc 7, Little Rock G (llrsl game of double-header, 10 innings; second game postponed, darkness). Atlanta fi, Birmingham 3. New Orleans 7, Cballanooga :i (called in eighth to permit Clml- lauoogn (o ciilch train). Amcrii-an League New York -I. Cleveland 1. St. Louis !). Philadelphia 5. P.OSIOII '1. Chicugo 2. Detroit 4, Washington 1. National League New York 5, St. Louis 3. Brooklyn 7, Chicago a. Uostoil ni Cincinnati, ruin. Pliilai'lplphia at Pittsburgh, Jle looks like lii.s- illustrious fiitlier, nnd still more significant, is beginning to piny golf like him. Walter Hagen, Jr., is the sophomore slnr of Noire Dame's links squad, and critics say he's well on his way lo emulating (lie deeds of ''The Ifoig," himself. rain. Paragould Releases Pitcher Percy Bledsoe PARAGOULD. Ark.. May 12. —, Percy Bledsoe of Dell, Ark., who came to the Parngould Rebels from .lom-sboro last season, has been iv- leasi'd. Manager liobort Sclillc;:her aimoiinci.vl yesterday. niedsoe failed to" win in two starts tliis season. In New York, teachers must conform lo a standard weight. DDJOU DREAD HAVING A BLACK CAT CROSS YOUR PATH? OFF All Tires Guaranteed Arian Auto Parts 128 K. Main. pcrsli l)l"k cat to cross your path. postfard or letter tor FREE Supfrjli'tjont." Write w's«<«<H.-./,/nc.,Cmci»n J ,ti'o 1935 Plymouth Sedan $195 Good Shape ,No Trade 1931 Chevrolet Coupe $89 Rons Good Good Tires 1936 Chevrolet % TonPick-Up $275 Clean l^ w Mileage 1935 Chevrolet % Ton Truck $165 ; A Bargain 1936 G.M. C. iy 2 Ton Truck $375 Long W. B., Stake Body. Real Buy. LEE MOTOR SALES, Inc. G. M. C. TRUCKS OLDSMOIHLKR 307 K. Main Sales & Service Phone ,120 THE FINER QUALITY OFT.W.5amuelS HAS BEEN Aug-NCE 1844- must be n reason why more and more discriminaling men prefer TAV." to brands costing twice as mucli. What is it? Because the last sip in tlic glass tastes just as good as »ic first. And, its first taste will make you smack your lips convinced that ''«c is the truly different whiskey you have been looking for." Every <lrop of "T.W." is distilled and bottled at the T, W, Samuels Distillery. Arkansas Distributor l)islriliiilhi(r Company— l.iltle Rock TW.Samuels KENTUCKY STRAJGHT BOURBON I.cl«lr. i»r,, , CHAHM J. MIUH, INC., CI..I.MH Today's Games Northeust Arkansas Leajue li.'Hrsvllle at Blytlieville. P.uaeoiild at Newport. Jonc.sljoi'0 at Caruthersvlllc. Southern League Memphis at Knoxvillc. ChatlHiioogn at Birminghani. Little Rock at Nashville. Atlanta at New Orleans. National Ix-afue New York at St. Unite. llruoklyn at Chicago. Boston at Cincinnati. Philadelphia at Pilt.ibn.veU. Anlcrirun I,p:igue Cleveland at New York. Chicago at, Boston. St. Louis at Philadelphia. Detroit at Washington. Mnry Stuart was only a week old at the death of her fattier, James V, of Scotland, and she fmi mediately was procl.iimed queen. Giants Defeat Rebels At Paragould, 13 to 5 PAHAGOULD, Ark., May 12—The Jonesuoro Giants handed the I'ara- goiiy Hi'bels u 13 lo 5 defeat yesterday, forcing the Rebels to sharu Ihe Northeast Arkansas league lead Over Ark-Mo, Hudson Holt Funeral Home defeated Arkansas-Missouri Power corporu- lir-ii and Terry M-rvicc station won over Hudson Tailor shop In City Bowling League matches at Sud- bnry's Playhouse lasi nlslil. Lee Warrington of Terry's team turned in a .spectacular 233 [hrec- Biiine avcriiEi! for high scoring honors. Britain May Get Oil From Palestine Rocks with the Carnthersvillc Pilots. Bowling was the winning pitcher , though he was driven from the , mound in a sixtli inning Keliel up- JERUSALEM (UP)—A large vising. ' fcale oil industry may be created Uiijihcs of Joncsboro nnd Me- in Palestine to help supply Great Hnney or Parngoulcl hit for the Britain's needs in wartime, circuit. I It is estimated that there are at Store by imi1n«s: R. If. E. I lonsl 200.000.000 tons of bltumin- Jonesboro 003 0'in 221 i:i 15 a' 0115 limestone in the lower Judeali Paragonkl ... Ill) Ml 00'2 5 ID 4! 1 nlLs, from which oil could be ex- Howling, Burgess ami Cooper; Thomas, piilmcr and Martin. Red Kaster Shuts Out Batesville Club, 5-0 CARUTIIERSVILLE, Mo., May 12 — Carnthersville won easily behind ' Ihe shutout pitching of lied Kaster j here last nijht, defeating Ihe Batesville White Sox, 5 lo 0. Kaster limited the White Sox to ! four hits while the Pilots were ! getting nine blows off two So.\- : hurlers. | Score by innings: R.H E ' Batesville .... 000 000 000 0 4 2 1 Caruthcrsville Oil 002 Olx 5 ;1 a' Ifeier, Hireling and Boden; Kas- 1 ter and, Simmons. | Read Courier News Want Ads. traded to provide the nearest available supply for the United Kingdom within the British Empire In the event the pipelines from Irak lo the Mediterranean were cut during war. The oil coir 'tYoii Gamble Whon .you buy a Car ul 'I'orn Little Chevrolet Co. 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