The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 17, 1936 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, July 17, 1936
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;:j:^. BLYTHEVILLE, . (ARK.) COURIER .NEWS !- Famous-Hughes Game Is Rained Out; Tlnee \- Games Tonight "' Ttani THE S'TANDINOS w. Robinson Druj ; Pastime Billiards Famous Store . ' McMullln's Cro. R. D. Huglies CO. Phillips Motor Ark-Mo Power East Ark, iii'llders 11 10 9 G 5 5 4 0 2 11 I'd .78.1 .TO .032 .463 .451 .331 .308 Graysoii Gives ^Inside Dope" on Louis "Dope" Affidavit KV HARRV GRAVSON NKA Spwls Editor | weeks before the figlil up nt liLs Icoinp. Next-time I saw lilm lie CHICAGO, July 17. — Octnvus wns In the ring. Joe Louis Roy Cqliun really slioulcl write doped. Joe got lilt too l.mrd, this yarn, ntxmt, Sheridan Alex-Bchniellng's nst doped hliiij 1 nndn- nruscmix'K hysterically dop- never exnmlned or trailed' Joe ed out doping slory In connection Louis In my life. I'm a „,.... with Joe Louis' knockout by Mnx ologlst. My practice Is all women.'' Sclimcllng. l This didn't disturb Detective Cohen could do so much more Urusottux, an hour. I'll my deductions after visit than I with Detective Bruseaux ,o! - -!TlJcall 'yW'In Clilcago's South Side Dismounted,-'- make my deduc'tloa who nhvnj's gets Ills affidavit; Ing Ruby's beauty parlor. We'll Detective llruseanx's paper, In Imve to clmnce tlint affidavit," he which ho declares Ural Mrs. remarked, sliding otf nolselesslj Eulnlia narrow Cialnes, sister of to again /take up tlie trail. Games Tonight 154 I.oiils, asserted before witnesses I that her brother said lie was given a shot in the arm on the Coca Cola. vs.. Nil WA Cleaners (girls), nt 7:30 o'clock. Pastime Billiard Parlor vs. Ark- R -D Hughes company vi Me- Mullln's .Grocery. Pastime Billiard Parlor defeated tlay of the Schmellni; scrap, im- qurclloimbly broke the world lotus distance' recoiil for affidavits. 1 ought to,now, I liad'a Unigh limb willing It. • ' ' It. was. .started In Chicago oh July 11, subscribed and sworn lo' before a notary public In Detroit Enst Arkansas nulldei-s, n to 2,'.on July 12, finished In Cleveland Inst nlglil .at : Haley Field and kept on the heels of the leading ' Robinson •'Drug company team, n half, game behind the pace setters. The second game on last nl en July 13, and released to a Chicago newspaper and mailed to the New York Hexing Commission on July 14. Yet, If the New York ring rulers will Inspect Ihe document care.- i scheduled doubleheadcr was win- 1 fully, Ihcy will I) ml thai it ed out Famous Store and II D (dated July IS. Inasmuch as I was Hughes compiii) wcio slated to doing (he typing, 1 arranged that clash In the a (roll- Dan Wiuiiiitton allowed tint Hniscnux would require llml much Ihree hit 1 ! and no rained unis while Ills males slugged out 1 ( blows off Tommj I'hllllps, Uulld- ers hurlc. Onlj si\ of Ihe Pastime runs • were earned however I myself, believing U'at Detective •""• '(•(*-• • Kntfr'Ifr. Hogam of Harlem It was while having n few shots of our own at the Chocolate^ that evening that Detective Ri eaux confided that a Dr. filing Hol$n!£.''6f-.'-Horle)ft' intgbtV have had'" somellilnc 16 : do wl'lli the case. >ye,-c,ouldn't; get an : a\ldlcnde wltli-'Mrs. 1 Oahi'es' or any' othci niembcr of the Louis family. ' "We'll Imve to bat out that iif- ndavll," said Detective Druseaux. "I'll arrange for that right now." It wn.s II) [>, in. and liollcr tliiin blu-MS when we arrived in the stuffy office of Juclson u. Powell, n. dusky notary public. 1 was hacking away pcrsplringly at DctccUvc Hruscaiix's dictation when, In Hie Interest of sclf-prer 1 suggested Dint Inns- Fran WlilU'orlli with four hits out of fi\e tiins to Ihe plnlc and , Puckctt ' with a home run to catch the culprit alleged !» Imve given Louis the works. I dashed out lo sec Detective much ati we botli were golny lo Cleveland llml night that the ordeal be postponed until the following day. Hrnscaux when 1 heard that tliej " wl> y not J usl stamp this thing great colored Hawkshaw could nlul lttl us be on our way," I said produce an affidavit to the effect! 10 ''well, who, suffering as much that Louis was administered a 1 " s myself, readily acquiesced. "And hypodermic just before the imi- 1 while • you're »t It date It July ' — -.._ ..................... „ ..... led the Pastime attack Whltworth ! tie. There was no sense In stand- 15 - Wc ' n tllk e o"r Huie with this dri\lng in tl\e inns Pastime got off to a thing ttarl In the eaily Innings and "'""}• was nc\ci headed Tlie cue ail- |CI1 " xs Ists led,'9 to 2 at the cud of the first :three stanzas. The Builders' only runs were scored when Mosjey diopped a fly ball in the outfield \\llh the bases loaded The Builders played ragged ball In the field, eight errors Ing still with affidavits like thai one." lying around, but at the time i '">'<»'. This tho [iccoiiimodatlui; •y public also did. know of Delccllvc Brits-1 .. Mv . 'Jonic office happens to : be yen for affidavits. "Who gave Joe ihe shot?" risked. i situated In Cleveland, and De- lectlvc liruseaiix was at my desk "Why. dear Mr. Clrayson," replied the soft-shoe man, "that's elemental. If you rake your mein- bright and early In the morning. "How about finishing that affidavit?" he Inquired, Impatiently. So I made tlie , necessary up- 16 the die- ory you will recall that one Dr. I'cudages, according uo William Andrew Ooodloc .,;; of | llllc - s uf Detective Bruseaux. akfivg a Total "of Washington visited the lakewood canni. I'm hnvlng some of my 85 operative.'! Investigate, but let's gel-to the business at liniid. Soul hern 'Atlanta xNashville ^Birmingham Chattanooga Ne\\ Orleans :LltUe Rock Knoxvllle Memphis W. L. W> 3J 53 40 48 43 40 43 42 48 41 48 37 54 37 54 Pot .041 .510 .527 .517 .407 General I'hclan Ordered Ope "How are you on a typewriter? You know the Importance- of an affidavit. See here, General Plic- lan f the boss boxing commissioner Hrusraux (iris Ills Affidavit When we came lo the,paragraph mentioning Dr. Hoeans, I agolr suggested that it might be wist to ask him about It, All we knew was that he answered to the obvious nickname of Shag, but : persistent long distance telephone operator ran him down and Cupid Catches Red Bird Isabelle llrulel the fight?" was llie 'next Hun. "Absolutely ', not," replied • llcgans. 'Did you consider him properly Joe MnlHkk !!y NKA Servlie •ST. IX5UIS.—Cupid lias caught D .up with jAe'MedwIck, oW of me . -(few bachelor-players wltii (he st ques-j !_• I trained?" 1 told Detective Bruseaux what Dr. Hogans hid said. • "That completes ,pur affidavit.' Lxiuls Cardinals. A whirlwind courtship- betwee.. the National League's leading bat,,mi, ter " nd Isabelle Heutel, former "!"• Mary Institute student, culminated , ' _ v ' In the announcement of their en- he shouted, elatedly, "and 'gagement. Medwlek, 24, and" Miss can Heutel, an atlraclive brunct of 19, met last September. "We don't know wlien our marriage will take place, but you get, It In a Chicago paper?" Well, it got in a Chicago jxiper all right, but I didn't nut it there I guess others fell Tor It like Louis fall- Ing before Suhincllng. Sapplngton, Mo. Medwlek has made his home with 'his parents at FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1938 Jack Robinson of Blythc- ville Is Among Seeded Singles Players /EST MEMPHIS, Jilly 17 (UP) Racket wlelders from nine Northeast Arkansas counties will gather here tomorrow and Sunday to lake part In the first and second rounds of Ihe annual tournament of the Northeast Arkansas Tennis association, Defending champion and seeded number one player will be Elkins Crawford, West Memphis. Crawford has held the singles championship for the last four years. Buddy Parrell, of, Jonesboro, is seeded number two. Farrell is a former Arkansas prep school champion. Matches will be played on the E. J. White courts night and 'day on Saturdays and Sundays until all matches arc completed. All players except two drew byes In tlie opening round. Pat Thompson, of Edmond?on and Doync. Dodd, of West Memphis, face each other tomorrow In the first round. Second round matches will be completed Sunday, officials said. Players arc seeded in this order: Crawford, Parrell, Dick Cunningham, Helena; Marshall Apple, Turrcll; Everett Ilixlcr, Manila; mil Francis, Helena; Jack Bridgeforth, Forrest City; Jack Hobin- son, Dlythevlllc. Batesville And Osoeota To Play Ai Forrest City several changes that have m them a serious contender for second half flag, : ; imunnerable box . ^ ^ifSrou.S ^S c '"''"'' '"*' Porker Is Jailed Indians, Pilots Win In Games On Thursday Osceo'.a's fast stepping Indians defeated Joncsboro 9 to 5, yesterday at Jonesboro behind the pitching of Jim McLean and continued to hold Ihe lead in the Noi-thenst Araiuas league second half race. At I'aragould the Caruthersvllle Mlcls defeated the nebels, G to 4 iih Rusty Lewis pitching five lit ball for the victors. 11V J. P. FRIEND OSCKOLA, July 17—The North- cast Arkansas League leading Osceola Indians, and the Balcs- vllle White Sox have been chosen lo play as a special feature of the Eighth Annual Crowley nidge Pencil Fostlvnl, at Forrest City, iirxl 'Thursday. July 2.1, Dr. Fred Taylor Jr., secretary of the Indian club lias announced. Jack Porter, president of UIBJ Young Business Men's Club, and' chairman of the program com-' nitttce for the Peach Festival. I completed arrangements with' both clubs ihe first part of the, week, and immediately formulal-1 ed plans for special preparation ofj Ihe playing field ,and parking' space for cars. [ The game will start shortly) after the selection of the queen from the eastern Arkansas bathing beauties. The selection will begin at 2 p. m.. and should not consume more than an hour, making the game lime about 3:30. The negro bull pail:, just at the edge of town, will be (he scene of the battle. Afler finishing the first half of the league in the cellar, the White Sox have been one of the surprise clubs since July 4. At ! present they arc in third place, j just two game.s behind the Tn- 'dians. If they can take the Newport Cardinals for a double lick- Ing they can slip into runner-up position, making the game' a "natural." Lonnie Eiheridgc, who had two Ivies with Iho Memphis Chicks, has succeeded "lied" Fiser as manager, and lias made Baseball Results Southern I.cnjne Nlglit games: .' New Orleans 5, Atlanta i nu-st game), Blrmlnglmi at Nashville. Only games, N:itlon:il I.rague :• Chicago 1, Boston 0 (10 Innings). New York 7, Pittsburgh C. •'• Philadelphia 0, St. Louis 2. .' Cincinnati al Brooklyn, to ba played later. American League St. Louis 0-4, Hoslon 3-5. New York 5, Detroit 2. Cleveland 7, Philadelphia 0. Chicago B, \Vasliiiigt2n 7. Northeast Arkansas League Osceola 9, Joncshoro 5. - Carulhersville 0, paragould 4. Newport at Batesville. night gams Southern I.racur Memphis at Liltle Knrk. Atlanta, at New Orleans, nirmiugham at Nashville. Chattanooga at, Knoxvllle. at! so 1 legal. :Read Courier News Want Ads. himself, (ells me to make 0113 turned out to be Dr. Clarence W. but." (Here Detective liruseaux Hoguns of 1D02 Seventh Avenue] showed inc Phelan's letter.) "" And so Ihe affldavll that made livestock track, Sergl. Mat pbllipsl, ] jailer, was forced to place the porker In a cell until It was claimed eight-column pane - one screamers nil over the country was Chicago St Louis Pittsburgh Cincinnati New -York Boston Philadelphia Brooklj n National I.»cue W. L. PcL 51 29 .038 50 32 .010 44 3D .537 . 41 33 .519 42 41 .550 3B 44 .470 American New York Cleveland Detroit, Boston 'Washington Chicago . Philadelphia bt Louis W. U 55 28 4C 38 45 38 4G 40 44 39 41 40 28 52 25 S5 \Vc hadn't progressed very far when it struck me llial II might nol be n Lad Idea lo have the word of Mrs. Onlnps herself. De- Iccllve nruscaux promised to produce her If I accompanied him to Detroit. Along Hastings street we were to obtain additional Information appertaining',; lo the dastardly plot. .;/' . | Upon, our arrival in Detroit, I received a rc|»rt from my Wasli-' who was told by Thai's the biggest. York. "Doctor, did you see Joe Louis before the Sclnnellng-fight?" I asked. • . • ••• '. . . !,., "Yes," answered the physician; "I.also saw him after the fight.'" "Is It true that Louis, was administered a hypodermic before iugton agent, Dr. (Joodloe: lie ever was told., Thai's.,,the~~ex- tremcst lie. I saw Joe 1 L'ou'ls three Before You Buy Any Outboard - See the NEPTUNE 2 ii. P. sinjtc cji. (Other Sizes !to 1C H. P.) HUIUiARD TIKE & MATTERY CO.; Northeast Arkansas League Ocrolo. ^Newport . xBatcsville Caruthersvllle .Jonesboro Paragould x—Niglit game. W. L. Pet. 8 2 6 3 5 4 .65G 4 G .400 3 . 3 Today's Games American League Detroit at New York Cleveland at Philadelphia. Chicago at Washington. St. Louis at Boston; National league Boslon at Chicago. Philadelphia at St. Louis. New York at Pittsburgh. :Brc«klyii at Cincinnati. ICE COLDi LIQUORS i , • ' - ' •-.'.;, 'vI'*/"' • ', ' i NITK CLD'lJ DRY GIN, 85 Proof Fifths ....-....:... $1.10 Pints ? .Gf. Half I'ints ? ;.35 NITK CI,UH OHANGE GIN, 80 Proof Pints §'.95 Half Pinls $.50 NITB CIAJH SI-OK GIN, filj Proof Pints .• § .95 Half Piills .;..... ?; .50 liRANDY, ill) Proof Blaclcben-y, Cherry,. Peach and Apricot, Pints $1.00. Half Pints ? .50 COTTON BLOSSOM, 105 Proof Pints ? .85 Half Pints ..' '... § .45 ASH STREET WHISKEY STORE Now Contracting Fall Acreage Beans See Blytheville Canning Co. Blytheville, Ark. Time for a fresh new HAT -and here is most famous quality straws in a once-a-year sale event! PEDIGREE STRAW HATS $ J95 Regularly$2.SO ; ;v Regularly $3.50 ECUADORIAN PANAMA HATS 1!U-:CTIIIC & ACETYLENE WELDING AT BEST PRICKS I'liOMPT SERVICE Barksdale Mfg. Co. PHONE in Northeast Arkansas League Osceola at Jonesboro, Caruthcrsvills nt Paragould. Ncw]jorl at Batesville. A Complete Line of Old Mr. Boston GINS WHISKYB LIQUEURS The Little Shop Hotel Noble You would lake real pride in (hose I'fd- igree straws<at the regular price but now you can' pel a fresh, new one for I he lest of the 'summer :il a Sreal reduction. This sale happens o n 1 y onrc a year so loss away your old faded : onc and on wilh (lie new. Other Straws Specially Priced $1.50 - $3.50 • .. y it •.!'..•>'•::• A 1'iin^nia hat is a possession to be cherished' ).Vilh pride. 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