The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 13, 1938 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 13, 1938
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PAGE SIX Local Club Takes To Road Sunday; Will Relnni Sunday, May 22 With List nljlit's gnme rnliuxl out »ml loiiislir. 1 ; game ulrcady called all because of wet grounds the Blj'lheville Giants will nnl ;i]>- IXMI- al Walker I'urk here avalii until Sunday. May 22 when Hie Parngoukl Ifptx'l.s- open u itvo-urmie .'.piles with Die loc'nl r)iil>. The Halcsville Whin- Sox. whoti> first apijearanco ol the EWISOII here \vas preveiitf-il by mill last nii>!il fliKl today will niaki: ii|) Ilia ruined out gnme.s \iy ikying the Giant 1 ; doublehcuder.s on June; 19 ;ini| July 19 lino it v:as announct'.:] lockiv. The Giants start on their ;,v,'m» out of town next week !>,- meeting Piiragould (it. Paiiigoiild .Sunday and Monday. Tlii'ii Uiej- move over to ISate.sville to meet the While. So.v Tuesday and Wednesday. The Giants llieji lake un (lie Newport G-nidiimls :it Hewporl 'Ilnirs:l:iy and Fiidny bcforr irliirnliit; liecc for the Mixy 22 lilt. Lim-k Is Signi'il Manager Herechol Boljo today nimounced thai he had signed Car) Lanek, outfielder, recently released by the Nevviwrt Cardinals. Lnnek was on the (limit roster for a time early last season but was unable to gel in form because of Injuries fin:i wa.s released. Me came back Iwre this spring but liobo had no plnce for him and sent, Iiiin to Ncv.-jjoit. He played with Ihe last place Cards until the recent shakeup when about half (lie team was released. Jnck.wn. who is said to have seen considerable service at first base will probably V moved in from the oulflcld to the initial sack with Lanek going to the outfield and returning to third base. TI . Northeast Arkansas Cm-ulhrrsvlilc Ptirngould ... Blythevillc .. Batcsvllle ..'.. Joticsboro .... Nev.'iKirl W. L. Pet. i 0 3 .750 . o -i .r,m 7 s .M:! . f> 7 .417 . S 7 .417 . 2 11 .154 Yesterday's Results Northeast Arkansas League Batesnlle al lilythcvllle, rain. Ciii'iillier.'.villc at Joncslxiro, wel eroiuuis Nfwjjuil 10, Pflritffotild y. Mi-inphls :i, Knnxvlllc 3 m Inn- llt!S, tie, Klin), CluilliinooKii 0, nirniliii'hatn li Milic IJork at Nnslivllli;. mill. New Drli'.-iDs 3, Allnntii I. National League Cblcui'O 9, llrcjoklyn ,0. C'lmnnnli 4. Hoiton 0. Plilliutelphia tit I'ltWiurfli, rotil Nt-;v Vrnk at St. I^oiii.s, rain. American League W:i.',biiii;ton '). Detroit li. Cleveland :t. NI-J: Vmk 'i. C'hk l ;i(;o »t lioston. rain. St. Louis ill I'hiJiidelplila. cold v/ealhtT. Today's Games \rjilhe;(st Atknnsas Leaf;lie lluti'svllle at Dlythevllle. I'araijuiilil at Newport. .Jnhi:.liai<> til Canitlinr.svilli 1 . Siujlhcrn I.ea^ite Memphis at Knoxville, Clmtlimoogn nt llinninnlunn. Little Itork :it Nnshvllle. Atlanln lit Now Orleans. National l,ca>-tie !>IUsL>-.ireli ill Chleiiwi, Cincinnati nl St. IjOihs. (Only isnnics). Amerle.iii League \VHsliinylun at. Hoslrai, Chleiifto at. C'levclinul. •St. 1-oitis ut lletrolt. I'hiliulelphia ut New York. Harvard Studies Effect Of Rowing On Heart CAMBRIDGE. Mass. — Tu-enty- flve members nl the Ilnrvnrd fre.'ili- niiui crew nve ni-tinu as "human Bullion pigs" in n Umit-rtiiiKG study la (letcrniini! the elli-ci of rrnvlni; rai UK; heart. The study i.s spoii.wrc<l by an -.anonymous donor who Is interested in rawini; mid apparently wants to stiUslanliulc hi:; belief that, Ihe sport iloi'fi not Injure Uie heart.; BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Four-Ball Play to Attract Top Flight Golfers TOI.KDO <UP)_Ont> Siirniwn, l.awson r.lttte, anil several mlici- Kolfitt!, |,nve iiteopti'il Lawyer Plays Winning Tennis As He Nears 70 •.von (he Northwest title. Ami in the period between find FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1938! Jn the itwitnlion ss club lii'i-i- Mny 'a to :«). Iditlrai to Kin-im'ii anil Lft- [forton smith, Hairy Johnny Kevx.ltn, Henry Tommy Armour .Jimmy nson, Vic can-/*!. K y Lufloo,!. Hnend ami nick Mi'tx. A [ilace Is bchu; hirkl for Wali-i- llu'ifii, should he return from ik world tour In timo lor tiir 1010 lie won the North «, 1MM ,,.,,~,T~' t ' I* 0 "' slngtei title three times and M NNhA 'QMS <UP)_Trairorii the Red filver valley Wm-neyllmc ayne l '°'* Cf| J r . "v/altlng in,, limes. He also managed to win 1!)M ' Cardinals Break Losing Dl '-l Streak, Beat Paragould 1 Courier News Want ,1'fo, ci;,tii;i r MEAD'S opening of UK; jeniils season! He is probably mil alone \ n the inuiltliiij clii.v.s, f;ut Juyne Mho pluvcil 177 self; of tennis Iftstsiiiij- iinr atjrl lost only 01 of llicvi) ivllj Iji- Ti years old Nov. :). li. sees no reason v;hy he should nut play JIM as much lennts this siuium-r. .lavue .stiirlr-d his tennis nl Ihe Univer:.lty of Miiihlj'iui, where lie Ji<-ld Hit,, school unc ln i m ,|, tl| . n in- cawifr to Miiin«l|Hi|is to i)ri!- llrc law, find In luua. two years ii .the Noithwcsl Ti'iwl.s- j\i&,,- ii'in tminmini-ni was started. In- si-vend Novthu'esl doiihU-, 1 .layne look up u, u Kllm( handball us i, W [ni tr s , Mn .|, j,, 1897. Hi- has .stayed with It, enK.'riim any riiiri all tournaments. He IKIS the rmiril of nut huvlii? lost ;i C. A. last hit) turkey i!«i:ie miiil 1.919. hf xon tlic y. <«ill)all title. NEWPORT. Ai'k., May 13-Thc' Newport Cfmlln.'ils broke (licit- 10-1 cliatii; uamc! loslm: Mrcok l)y clofcatlne' I I'iinieotild, li to 2, here yesterday. I of Tile turn almnt c-aino with Milic Btnwi, new niunat;cr, In the lino-' up for the (list time. Hwerlxird was Ihr: winning pitcher. ' [ Kcoi-c l)y liinjHg.s; R. II E I'araxHiild ... (JIIO DUO 002-2 7 i' Newport .... ;vn dm i)()x—(| 10 i rtul>r>ison, t.elanosky and Martin- Hv.'t rlnird and Illnyo M. HEMORRHOIDS CUKKl) WITHOUT SURGERY & GUARANTEED Safe mill without hospital care. All other rectal diseases treated, nssuiv. iLslnln, etc. We nlso trept fallen arches; treat *. cure skin rnncer Ijy sjjechil tiTatment, DKS. NIES & NTES Osteopullile I'hjsli'Jajis f '" M 1 '" 1'iJOne 98 Blyfhfvllle, Ark. Southern U^tlc,, flock Clinttanooga AUanla , ............ Meinuhig ...',..' ...... _ New Orleans ____ 13 Nashville ............. , 0 Knoxville j< ............. 9 Birmingham ........... d National League W L New York .......... •. . 18 3 ' ' ............ Pittsburgh .- ........ ... u 9 Cincinnati .: ........ .. 12 \\ Boston ..... . ......... ' 7 IQ St. Louis ............. 0 12 .Brooklyn ........... V. B ], ( Philadelphia ......... '. .j 15 IVI...632 .aoa .55 fi .520 .481 .400 .375 .Mil) Pet,. .857 .CO!) .551) .522 .412 .400 .Ml .211 American League W \, Prt Washington 16' 8 Cleveland .'. u s New York ' j,j a Boston jj g Detroit 8 12 Chicago 711 Philadelphia .....' o n St. Louis .- c ,J5 .007 .SM .63B .019 .-100 .38!! .273 There are 200 golf chibs in tlie city of London alone. The sport ranks second in the number ot regular playing members- lawn tennis being first 'in England Don't You Gamble When you Imy a Car at v'l'om l.iltle Chevrnlet Co"' It's what we say it is. I9:a Fortl V-S Tuilnr. Only 19.11 Ford V-8 TH- ilor. Siiei'iul 5 $125 1035 I'nrd V-S l)e- (JJOCC lu\c' Seilan <P^03 1!)3(! Fiml V-8 !>[•- A« . - luxe ('mine JpUTt) 1M7 Chevrolet ^/IQC Tuu-n Srilaii i)>*HjJ .Many Ollirrs to Choose From Knsy fi.M.A.C. 1'aymenl Man Tom Little Chevrolet Co. Men! Ti AMAZING WHISKEY BARGAIN! TASTE the Difference in Age SAVE the Difference in Price I Buy a trial bottle today! You'll agree that Bonn wood is a real whiskey bargain. And you, too, will say, "I like its mellow-mild flavor —1 like its price, too!" M*/ BRAND STRAIGHT BOURBON WB1SKEV KANSAS CITY, MO. F. STRAUSS & SON ./' TheC-0-O-L breezy comfort Crosby Square perfor a red shoes 'eadv to The (lislinclive lines ;iml !IOIRC- sli|ipcr com fort of the while Cr<w. liv Scjuiirc iiorforalcil inslt-]) slmwn aliino are K(|ii;illy its Ninari is (lie samp shoe i" fi'roy with whilu perforiilod in- The "1'at-" moccasin tnc c r e p e wile wiih wide leather eyelets bus lieen the talk of Hl.vlhev'ille yntinij men ' The In-own on li.t>li( Inn (wo (one Crosby is a distinctive creation with more tuiality than you iw u - $£3 Jilly cxiiei-l al O Or perhaps yon pr c f c t- custom Imol-niiikinjf as e.xemplilietl in our solid while reytilar r;i|> snni-foi'- niiil Crosliv ;tl Pedwin Sport Bostonian Shoes Whites $4. Al advorilnd As usual the best is always at MEAD'S 315 WEST MAIN STREET Blytheville's Sport Shoe Headquarters ^MEAD 1 S= s /^- You will feel and look like a Cool Million in a Hart Schaffner & Marx DIXIE WEAV! Presented in fashionable REPP STRIPES You'll feel like n million . . . you'll look like a Tiiillion all summer lonff if you come to Mead's tomorrow for your neiv ID.'i.S Hart .Schaffner & Marx Dixie Weave. There's nothing cooler under (he sun than Dixie Weaves. And there is nothing smarter Skilled Hart Schaffner & Marx designers ant! citUers, inspired to give you true summer com- fnrl, have produced a feather-weight all-wool two piece suit, that is second lo none! Kspeciiilly good looking- are the fashionable Hop]) Stripes in Camhriilire firey and Dusted liltte. Hoth single and double Hart Schaffner & Marx Special group of TROPICAL WORSTEDS $ 20 As usual the best is always at MEAD'S 315 WEST MAIN STREET

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