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_PAGE SIX Browning Orders Forfeil- "**ure Against Famous; ~ Phillips Beats Builders I'hilhps Motor conipany defeated Amrrican the East, Ailisas Builders, 9 to 8,! in; lhe only complete gnmc ploy- New York cd in lust nighl's .scheduled soft, Detroit ball doublehrader at Haley Field. Cleveland The first game was ordered for- Washington felled. 7 lo 0, lo Robinson Drua Boston BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Atlanta Nashville Birmingham ,. Chatlnnogn ,,. New Orleans .. Little Rock .... Knoxville Memphis W. L. Pet. 5!) 53 •18 4(i 41 41 37 37 W. V M 28 « 37 45 aa ,521 .51V .401 .401 .407 Pet .05!) Osceola Defeats 'Newport, 8-3 : / ; ) With Billy Evans Watching 38 39 40 51 M. 500 ' Nallonal company by Umpire-ln-Chicf Hcrbi Chicago 4 •Browning when James Guard, n' I'lilliutelpliln 2 member of lhe Famous Store club,-SI. ' —'•• iwho was nol in uniform, refused to lenvo lhe park al Ihc order of Umpire Browning. The forfeiture W. wns ordered in the last half of Chicago 50 the fifth Inning with Houlnson St. l/mis ., '. 60 lending, o to 2. Pitlsburg'ii , ,j,j Prolesl Is Filed j Cincinnati ,11 Joe. Applebaum, manager of Hie: New York 41 Famous club, Hied a formal writ-' Boston ;ig .ten pretest with Fred S. Salib;), 1 Philadelphia 31 league president, this morning nnd lli'ookln 27 Indications were lhal the pro-! test would be acted upon today.I W. I.. Pel. Applebaum contended thai he wnv Norlbi'asI jXrk.'iiKiiv IJV>»M/> . wilhoul authority to put Guard Osceola out of the park, that he could only Newport By J. P. FRIEND ' OSCF.OLA, July 10—Whether Die fact UuU Hilly Evans, business ma linger and chief ivory liiintcr for the lioslon Red Sox; James Thompson (Doc) Prothro, aml'Iiay Winder of tlie Utllc nock Travelers, were In the stands had aiiyfning lo do with It, lhe Osceola Indians played Inspired ball here yesterday, to lx>al the Newport Cardinals,. a to 3, nnd regain the lead In the Northeast Arkansas league. '^Ilioinc n»l»; lhe Iiuflan infield had 19 assists will) but two. errors, nnd Cirndy Mills raced almost to the ci'iilcrfleld fence lo pull down -Manager Thorpa ; llinnllion's tcrrinc drive, to provide [lie major thrills | In the Indian. Use Tlir The' Cardinal . Soyl)i|iav« pilot used i-oiillipaws In an ejfon lo ha'(l the .017 Osceolans. Sullierland '.started bill lifter walking Sain to open' the fourth and tin,- score 1-1, smith look his place am), fanned o. VVil- Mi .!i)9 .SOI) .418 Nams, slgnalgo and Kncker. ' with - , . w ..'I8» .M.ibry's scratch hit sandw lolled In .. sa 55 .320 j between. Hut 'i lc B0l l reiriove him frnm the bench nnd Hint It was I hi! umpire's Job to remove Guard or nsk assistance of officers in doing so nnd that lio .'forfeiture could be ordered ngaiitst Famous Store because of Guard's refusal to leave the paik. Guard hnd been "riding" Brown- irjg,from the Fnmous bench cnr- ,,)ier In the game and hnd been iydeiecl out of the park by the ganie official. He left the bench mid - walked off down Ihe slde- ilncs.iis if going out. It Is understood-, that he paid for admission (is a- spectator aflei- leaving the park nnd returned. Regardless of this, situation Manager Applcbaum of Famous claimed in his protest Ihhl'bcyond asking Guard to leave he had no power In Ihc matter nnd that Umpire Browning erred in •'forfeiting the game when (he (liily. to remove the player from the park evolved on him Instead : of the club manager. ; ;i-The, forfeiture and arguments following easily provided the climax of the night but a considerable 1 ' number of spectators who paid for admifsion lo the park lo see the games left nl that stage of the proceedings. Regardless of where bliime for the affair should :bo:placed the event did nullilng to hell) boys' -soft ball which has been having a rather difficult, time: holding its own since tlie tlirls started playing anyway. 'Hie- Phillips-East Arkansas came, coming after the forfeiture. ,was featured by a 4-run Builders rally in tlie seventh. Jimmy Smotherman went the lull distance for the MotorisJs and Tommy; Phillips for the Builders. CThe Motorists counted four runs in the first inning on lour hlls while llie Builders were eettlngi bul/one on four hits. The Motorists, added two In the third inning when Ihe Builders got their feeond. One in the fourth gave the Motorists a five run lead and they matched a two run Builders attack In the fifth. Both teams iverc scoreless in the sixth but the Builders made a gallant effort to pull the game out of the fire in the seventh by scoring four runs. * • Cloar with three hits nnd V. Mullins. A. Klnninglmm and Sniotherimui with two eacli led! • T z COOI.EST SCOT IN TOWN! xBntesvllle xCuriiiher.svlllo xJone.sboro xi'aruRould .. Baseball Results Southern League Chtuianoogn 5. Memphis 4. Atlanta :i, New Orleans 2. Only games. ,17B ,607 .1(25 . Chicago 2, Boston 0. 'Pittsburgh 5-4. New York (first game 10 innings). I'tiilndelpliln'. 1 ). St. I/nils 4. Brooklyn at clnclnnatll game. Chicago 0, Washington 4. -Cleveland (i. Philadelphia 4. Detroit 5-4. New York 1-7. Boston 1I-IS. si. Louis 3-1. ^ slammed J il s nrsl round tnppcr In the second lo elvc his team the lead, vnlcl's single to short drove In Relchelt In lh e nftli N'lirlhcasl Arkansas I.i';ij;i sccOola 8, Newport .1. Night games: Parngould at liat'esvllle. Carulhersville fit Joncsbnro. Pilots Overwhelm Giants In Game At Jonesboro JONESBORO. Ark.—The Carulh- ersville Pilots (rimmed lhe Jonesboro Giants, 18 to 7. at Jonesboro last night. The I'llots scored all I heir rims i" I'iie lost six innings, making 15 hits -wlille Jonesboro fielders made nine errors. -- - „-- into (rouble in the seventh, when the Indians nailed tlie ijanic away wltb six nfns nnd was relieved by ^Ed Cailahan. But tile youngster failed to fool Ihcm us ',ie did Tuesday, anj before he could j.et ihem out lhe. Hirrc wlio were -in bas- when 'he went in had scored and three more were counted oil him. um smilh was credited with the loss, Alfred Kellcy. Osceoln nrst Ira'se- »mi). and valci, Cardinal risht- riflder. kept ihclr re.spDclK-e teams n lhe name until n, e blow olf to tie it up. . \villlams made cellcnl Heldlng. fie made several remarkable stops to rob of hits, handling nine chances without lhe slightest resemblance of ah error. Evans,' former big league ui'ijpiro, and s]K>rls writer, 'paused -ilong enough aflcr the name here y&ter- day to predict IhaL |l w »s BOllig 16 be hard to bent, out. lhe New'"York Yankees for ! Die 'American pennant. •, - r "A team with ..lhe itowcr of, the Yankees, holding a ten game lead decided advnnlngc. joe McCarthy has a very fine team, and with the sensational plMngglo furnishing Die extra ]>owcr spark, It Is going to be n dl/IIcnH Insk fw nny team to overtake. But, you can never 1*11," lio.ndd.Rl. • •: > Evans jsaldfhc did not believe' lhq' All-Stn^jjinne would infect the .play of "Ocr/Mftjjj'.'.-iiiil'ilint, H probably "wouldn't'''" ' !i1111 ' "«•- ..--., i. *? *-- n'C • do^' him he.;fyninig'st By Harry Gray son THURSDAY, JULY JC> Not since J008, when Mel Shop- London, has tlie Olymj)|(; hard prevailed in America captured "metric mile," but the two Ytan- sans promise lo run the cockeyed "'"'•' Into the ground. | Davidson Winnei Over Bui-ion On Mayli Figln Card I0 ' : .. ami , Hal|>ii Marshall went lo a draw | while Richard Alexander cot Hit' •decision over John Mltc'nel] Tral- CAIIUTIIERSV1LLE, Mo. — Two Rookie From Blythevillc Archie Williams of California 1 first-round knockout^ . Joins Parat'ould Ball Clul . ,-, ....... any good." • He said the, fynimgstor was "on'.the -••• — ••• spot." probably bore down loo nurd;! hichrs in itic nalional A hack i's Hi' 1, ^u-,,,, :ltr , iimn DII tills side, was eliminated. Bill Honthron, holder of lhe world mark for 1500 meters/'fin< Lslicd fourth nnd out of' lhe money. , ^Y Georjjc Vuroff, the young San Francisco Janitor who established a new vault mark of 14 feet G'X. in I hn rinlf^>ini x - i ' i 1: " (treat stop bi't wrls , mn bl c tn make n play. The Parkin Kid If again sent the'bull sn lli t i e ovcr almost file Identical spot In the Clh but wllli.-.ilif "breaks" could ea.slly have bcetv the hero instead of the goal. If that line drive In the latter part of fhc game with men on buse had tyccn six Inches cilher way, H would,:'navc been a base knock nnd likely would have broken up "the game,; Instead of belno .on- other out.-' '•: "" '• Billy denied that there was ''any friction between Manager Joe Cronin ami tddlc Collins of f.ie -lied Sox. He said the biggest trouble will) the sox was In the box.' Only Two I'lMicrs . "We have Just Iwo pitchers, 'Lefty' Grove and Wesley Pcrrcll, nnd they can't rje expected to carry, the entire load, though they have done more than their stare. Then, too, n'l the beginning of lhe l;easoii the Sox were getting plcnly O f hits and runs ivhen file pitchers were Win? good. Bui no ,v the team is b. meet July 4 faltered when the' big burgh frcslimnn, or Charley Ilorn- boslcl, the former Indiana flyer in the 800-meter number will have lo do more lal) running. fioes to Towns Forrest Towns has run lhe no- son's nicking left, fn trie other part of the double windup feature, "obie Collins, 122, I'oplar BluII, got a (eclinical knockout over Enrl Wil, Williams being saved by t'ne bi'li after going to the floor three I times, and was unable to cotue out, I for the second. I Tom DoKler, 148, Campbell, was awarded the decision ovcr Louie McDonald, first base-man, is acting manager in the place of Orlin Collier ivlto has resigned but. is slill a niL-mber of the hurling Mnn <!old In llcrry I'uli-h cul. ctil'i- 'fin-re wili , . - be un loganbaiTy crop <ui Hie Euli- came. Waller Marly, who held tlie Hdoor high Jump Jn a r k before Cornelius Johnson and Dave'A]-1 britton came along, and /netcr hurdles In Ml no lew t!mi' a * ilr(lc(1 tlle decision over Louie four limes 'tills year. '" . Oroebe. 152, I'oplar Bluff, and Go- A onc-lwo-tlircc finKH --,.• '''"'a Jones, 140, Hnytl negro, got. a United Si-lie.'; wnul 1 i i 25-secoml knockout in t'he first . , c, 1 , WUUIU not be tOO r.v/n. r"li/ir*nlot~ r/"l,l ni ti^c-nnirt Krothers rancli Eule, veteran Burke, wlio held lhe indoor-mark failed to come through peeled. Lending lhe parade of slars''is Jesse Owens, Ohio Slate - ...„ ^j,,,!.^ a avtiiSu- tlonal oue-man team, wh o covers 31 feel of ground per second when In full ntglu over the cinders. The Alabama-born Negro Ictl the qualifiers In the 100 and 200- meter events and the 'broad Jump and looms as an excellent bet wising in this event, with u, e irlsing Frit?. Pollard, Jr.. of • th Dakota, son of Brown'.s old •America halfback, and Roy, . ley of Southern California,'! I-* i backing up Uie r.imble Towns Bill Sefton anil Enrl Meadows this year's Southern Californl'i •ray and Bill Graber, one-lime knockout in t'he first too over chocolate Kid, 147, pascola. In two three-round preliminaries i|ii ;i year, Fred gold |;r«s|ieclor edge of lhe patch and the entire 'I'op will give way 10 gold prospecting al once. Courier News Classified Ads Pay. , Trojan ace, sonrr-d l-t feet :t inches In the pole vault to gel iheir boat rides. They do 14 feet without removing their sweat shirts Only in lhe field" events does to be a triple winner in Berlin If further sprint strength is required to beat off the challenge of the world, Ralph Metcnlfe will be an able assistant to (lie irrepressible Buckeye, not to men lion Frank Wykoff, Mack Rob- n and Oseeola again was out li ii front In the middle of n hit famine, and tlo » Frank Wykoff, Mack Rob- that hasn't helped (he situation. I'isoii, and (lie 19-year-old Georgia .Until v/u get some pitchers I'm 'resiimnn. nobby Packard, afraid we are not coliiz to br> w>rv » . « afraid we are not going to be very much of n threat," he said. Evans has high regard for the Newport Rot'a "break" and'caul | l lltc)ll "S future" of Jim on It. After Sain had fan- y° m & c r «'hb was so! -- --. i..» u . o.UIL iUHI tlUl ii«l UeicheH, Rucker missed Harris foul back of the plate. The nrst sucker promptly doubled lo center on the next pitch. J.'Murphy rolled out lo Kellcy, which would 'nave retired tl lc side. But the pestiferous Mr. valci smacked one over the fence, making It 3-2 1 willi Newport on Hie \ an , Cll<1 nut things b!Knii to happen in u.sceoln s hnlf. Gone Williams walked, as did Slgnalgo. Mabry mid down n pjrfoei bunt, ami all nands were sn^ when Smith f,,m- Ihc Phillips attack son with four hlls a while Wll- ? Ing Sinllli. illinms. Calluhan llallanl forccil relieved at .. ---.-., .«.v*.n oigiuiiKu au tlie plate, on a short , W sscd bnll •Mnbry counted. Kelley slammed a ° "° 10 J ' who (rapped i ,,, ,' appe the ball nicely antl recovered In time lo throw to Ihe.plnlc. nut T Murphy, thinking It, w as n force Play, failed to lug Rucker Rovcc William ' ' " the left field blows nnd Fisher nnd Morse wlllil two each paced Ihe BulldiT bal-i J smiths. ,„,,,„ ir with Hired wt'r. Mills doubled h; .Kvrjns Praises J. Murphy Murphy drew favorable com- froiu Mr. Enitis'. for" his ex- Henry ..... - ... ld last year to the Sox by Memphis. He snld he lias n "big league fast ball" bill needed experience. ' Caruthersville Ball Club Robbed at Jonesboro JONESDORO, Ar. —More thai $25 was stolen from Dip motor bus of itic Carulhersville, Mo baseball club here Tuesday night while the machine was parked, oil the lot, beside the American Legion park during the Joncsboro-caruth- orsYllle game. • The bus was locked and lhe thief gnlne<l entrance by breaking lhe window next lo the driver's sent. Manager Harrison Wickcl, who lost about ten dollars, was probably the heaviest hit.'Money .was taken Irom the trouscr pockels of 'practically every player on the visiting sqtnul. About nine-tenths of the coal mined tn Bulgaria is produced by (he stale-owned colliery, nt Perliik. Weds. - Tluirs. 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COME IN, SEE OUR PROOF! TUESDAY, JULY 21, $150 BANK NIGHT ' ' — COXtTN'G SOON 7 — "THE WHITE AXGEL- mlh Kav Francis and Ian Hunter. -^-^—-^^""•••^^™«^^™n™^^» Tom Little Chevrolet Co. Blytheville, Ark, record eters I'nrtcr ;nul Iliglier Owens created a world of 21 seconds for 200 ,, lcwla around a turn in winning his third event of the climacltc tiyouls Johnson and Albrltton leaiwd (o a world record of (j feet 9ft inches on successive efforts in tlie liigh Jump. Harold Manning of Wichita ran (he fastest 3000-meler steeplechase on record, Q minutes 8.2 the. American team appear to be a little weak. Gordon "Dunn nnd Ken carpenter are very capable discus throwers, but Sweden ami Germany have platter-towers who have been doln^'ios feet ivllli ,il- hiosl lislle.ss abandon. America has yet to win tlie javelin throw in the Olympic Games, ami alihonfh i>e Bartlett, Malcolm Metcalf, and Alton Terry can all toss the spear 220 feet, Finns have been doin" 230 or belter. America's representatives hardly are good enough to win nrst, places in the shot-put and ham-S mer-lhrow, but pack sufficient! power 10 score points, ! . A. few weeks ago Lawson Rob- j ertsoi) was a bit skeptical, bull thnl wax before the head coach! saw the final tryouts at Randalls' Island. He Isn't so skeptical now. SOS moans Save on Shirls . . . and HAKES shows you how to do a rail of savingl For thirty-live or lilly conls. you get cr HANES Undershirt as coal und ccmlortablo and hard lo v/oar out as any you over pulled over your head. Genllo- inon, with those prices you won't need lo wreck your budget! Gel hold ol a HAKES and seo how ils Icalher-weighl elastic-knit lies EO lighlly but snurjly on your chosl . . . clings in so comfortably under your arms. You never herd a neater fil in your life! And look at Ihe length O l Ihc tail—enough to luck below Ihe bell so il can'l inch-up and out at your waisil The perfect shipmate fora HANES Undershirl is a pair of HAKES Shorls. Mister, you're Iree from Indian — as long as you're wearing HflKcsl Seat, crotch, and legs are lull-cut to stop gripping and ripping! See a HAKES Dealer lo- day. P. H. Hanes Kniliina Co Winslon-Salem, N. C. ^houldn't be. All thnl. talent .sound ivcryonc that hTls AmericaTpre-! '['ate B< . nt ,™ lsplanll:d lowa rcnl cs " nier miler when he led Archie 1 tho«4 " Slly " l|! " fcw 3n " Romnnl of Emporia State i San fencliers to the tape in lhe final I words about Los Angeles. Read Courier News Want Ads. SHIRTS EACH Somo, 50c on. SHOUTS EACH Read 'em and REAP The advertisements in this paper are guide-posts to the best values in town. If they weren't the best values in town, by any chance, the advertisers would bo foolish indeed to call your attention to them. Because no advertiser can afford to focus upon a fault! Just as you consult a road-map before takint-v a tour in your car; just as you pore over a bill-of-t'are before ordering lunch or dinner; just as you read .'•earns of booklets and folders before starting- out on a cruise—read the advertisements before p;oim>' downtown,into the shopping- traffic. Advertisements are advance news of all that's ne\v- est;'and best in merchandise and service. They show you, in the quiet and comfort of your home, what you may expect when you sally forth into the marketplaces. You can check the items that interest you, and "chuck" those that don't. Read tlie advertisements. Read 'em and reap!

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