The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 16, 1938 · Page 6
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 16, 1938
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PAGE SIX BLYTHEVJLLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Blylheville_Rally In Ninth Inning Loaclc( strikes. Fcldman threw out Foster. Sivth Inning Glnnls—Felclnmn fnnucd. Woods walked and n-.-is forced by Dvorak, tilamp to Block. Alexander went far to net 'IVamhfiek's lon^ lly. Uebeb;--Alexander funned. Hlock was out on n erouncr to Dvorak. l-'cI;lliiKii tossed out Hiwler. .Seventh Innliiy (slants-Jackson wliifleil. Arnijun was out on a roller lo the pitcher. Maicsco singled down the third tinsc linn. Poster went back of sec- nv i. r. PARAOOULO, we i n I '""•• ' IS "''' W( ' m 1):lcV: With liases Oll<l .'« slon l/uiok's smash U the box but was ;<,b(e. lo make it play, lip duplicated ihi:- slum on KniTln'itoii, hut when I,-inek over lllll second lie u:is out. Tlii'W! hits. —Miirltn singled to riidit I-'UIf.ND May 1C. - The „. .... Kelx-ls defeated the Hly-j for Die lint hit tiff ,,.„„„„„. the.ville Giants, 0-3, here ycstenhiy Churchill wim.'ice:!, Peldmim to out on , , in ilielr llrsl incnlliijj ol llic new .season, lull hud quilv'ii ware Ijclni'it it \va-s nit ovci\ Cioliy iiilo llio ntntli with a five ran handicap, DIP Giants ;,iag« otic d! their cliuraclcrisiiv laic in- liinB rallies, piishlng over Uu> rails bit it tell sliori when Mu Hr-iwhell Holjo, t)iin:li liiltin'u JiiHiui HiifriiiyUin, a 11 tl lioljljy Wowi.s were eallr'il ODI, on strike:, Hairy Foldmnu's single, coining ii IxHwi'cn the oiiLs jivovitli-cl tin scoring inincli. Robort dun chill, diminutive right linnrirr inakiny liis first start ol the year, was superb for .six innings A triple by "IJtlle Jon" Maii'scci, who follpclecl three o[ the Giants eight safeties, and sieve Truniuack's rousing home run clmil, were llu oi)l>' visiting' hits tliii-iiiK that (Af lie began lo weaken under the terrific imce in the seventh hiu inniinged to .stick H out. ihroiexh the dramatic finisli. H look Uip hnrd liitllng Rolwls Ihaii three i)inin«s lo ,slu>l] .„,-.-, ».,, v.. ijinnig.) i<y Old H "Hi nil .1( f JfiCJ). I* VlCllllilCI IIIt (IlC* Clyde "S|Ml" Ree<l from the mmmd, first pitch down third b.ise. scoring After Pete McRanpy had connected with the second home rim oi the afternoon, his iliird in as many games, Bobo sent in hi.5 nee, ifiiny Pelrtinnn, wlio sloiiped the bombing. Paiagoiild wa.s able to set but three more hits for the rest of the way but bunched two of them in the eighth for the final run. n-ldinan fanned six in flic 5 2-.'! leiinre. and issued but one base on balls Churchill hat) eight .strikeouts and walked four. John Martin, who had a trial with Blylhevillc lust spring, was the only member of Die liome (earn to get two lills. His single in the second drove in a rmi mid he led off in (he seventh with the first safely off Pcldmaii. Brice Fowler. Kebel right fielder, gave Ills mntei- a running lend with a home run in the first with none on. The Rebels had the same number of hits as (he Giants but connected hard when they meant urns. Manager Bobo did not start, due to illness. The two teams wind up the two game set this afternoon wilb William Von Ahnen seeking his first triumph as a Giant. Cliff Hoberson, who has won 3 mid lost 1, will likely oppose him. Von Alinen. a Brooklyn product, lost a four hitter to Junesboro last week in his only start. The game: First Innliiir Qlants—Woods walked. Dvorak filed to McRaney. Tnuntack bounded Into 11 fast double play Walker to Poster to Walker. Rebels — Alexander grounded lo Harrington, unassisted. Maresco threw out Block. Fowler .slammed out a home run over the right, field wall. Harrington tool: MeRaney's smash and beat him to the bng One rim,-one hit. •StTdiid Inutile Olanls—Jackson grounded oul. Block to Walker. Arngon .skied lo Mclianey. Mnresco tripled into the liee In deep center field Lauek lined lo centerfold. One hit Rebels—walker walked and was forced by Olamp, Reed to Dvorak. Clamp stole second. Marcsco tossed out Poster. Mattlu singled to ccn- leifield. scoring Olnmii and went to .second when Jnckson let the ball get through him. Churchill singled imst short, srorinj; Morlin Alexander forced Churchill, woods unassisted. Two runs, two lilts one error. Third Inning Giants _ Harrington fanned. Churchill throw out Reed. Woods was out on a roller lo first, unassisted. Rpuels-Blook singled between rtiort and third. Fowler sacrificed Heed to Harrington. McKancy lined a terrific home run over right field the ball being fair by inches. Harry Feldman came in to pitch for Blv- (heville. WalkeV fanned. Dvorak came up with Clamp's hot grounder ami got him at first. Two runs. Iwo hits. Fourth Inning Giants — Churchill thrciv out. Dvorak. Tramback hit a home run through the tree in deep centerfield. Jackson struck out. Alexander made a nice miming catch to take Aragon's lowering lly near the fence. One nm. one hit. Rebels—Poster struck out, Martin skied to Tramback, Peldman tine cut Churchill. Fifth Inning Giants—Marcsco fouled to Walker. Lanek was out. Glamp to Walker. Harrington went down swinging Rebels—McRaney fanned. Walker A-as knocked down by a pitched ball, but remained In Uic game after reviving. Olamp was called out GUARANTEED TIRES MANSFIEMl GOODYEAR FIRESTONE •1.75x19 ........... $5.49 5.25x18 . .......... 56.40 tow Prices On All Sljes ARI AN AUTO PARTS 128 K. Main Phont 170 a lly in Tramfouck. Jlloclc walked. Fowler pupped K) llaiT|ii<>iim. ()i». lilt. -jvliliunii liiiinrii. Wouil.s Dvcrak lim-: bin.- One hit. i.illliln! Walker. > in li'll. '[Yain- Wnll'.er at lii'sl. struck (int. (Damp .1 and Walker doubled over FOJ.Icr sinijlCd to right, scoring tllanip The Ihird baseman -,vas hurt sliding at home, but continued alter a rest. Foster wa.s oul. trying to steal. One run. two hits. Ninth Inniiii: Cliants-Jackson sent Alexander buck again (o make a catch. Ani- KOii walked. Maresco singled down the third base line. Dolh moved up on a wild pilch. Ijinek walked, filling the bases. Hobo, hitting for Ihirrin^ton, worked the count to three and two and then wa.s called out on strikes. FVMmrm hit llic inul Maresco. Woods was •ailed oul on strikes, eliding the dine. Two runs, two lilts. Hlytltevflle Woods, lib Dvorak, ss Ti'ainhack. rf Jackson, cf Aragou, c Mnresco. 31) .... nck. If flarringlnn, IF .. Reed, p Peldman, )i .... xBobn .. ...... AB,H. II f'O A Totals .. X—Hit fm Paim-oiiW Alcxniulov. of lilock, 21) ... Fowler, if .. McRaney, If Walker, ib .. I'tUimp, 3b .. Foster, xs .. c ;)3 3 8 24 12 Hnrrlnglori In ninth. All II II I'O A ..40040 ..,3 I 1 Z 1 .. .1 1 . 2 0 . -I 2 4 (1 I i n I 2 n in i o 1 i 2 n o Churchill, |i 2 0 I ,Tol«ls 2!) K II 27 11 Blythcville CUD 101) 002—'! ParajouUI ., 122 000 Olx—6 Summitry: Krmrs —.Incl-son. Hnr- vineloii. nuns- halted in-Powlcr. Martin, McRnncy 2. Trnmback. Foster. Churchill. Feldman 2. -rwo base hlls-Glnniii. Three base hils —Mavesco. Home runs— Fowler. McRaney. '1'rainhack. Sarrince hits —Fowler. Chnrclill). .Stolen base— Olamp. Dmihlo plnvs—Walker lo Foster lo Wnlker. l,eft on base— Ulytbeviile 7. paragotiUl 4. Innings uik'hcd—By Reed 2 I-n with 5 runs. 5 hils; by Churchill 9 with :i runs. 8 lilts; by Fclduiiin 5 2-3 ivitll I I'lin. '.> hits. Winiihii; pitcher Churchill. "Losinj; pitcher — Reed. Wild pilch—Chun-hill. Base on balls —Off Rml 1. off Churchill -1. off Feldman 1. struck out-By Reed 1. by Churchill I), by Feldmnn 7 nit. by pitcher—Wnlker by Pclrtmim. Unipin's — Connellv and Ynwell Tlmt!-2:l5. Fnrliinc Iiilirrllcil at !)2 REOIMA. Sask. (UP)-Llfe bc- come.s rosy for 92-year-old William McKim, filmier of Tllsonburg. Ontario. His nephew. Willinui T. Hind (lied intestate and McKim, his nearest relative, inherits » fortune of $15(1.000. Read Cornier rtcws Want ,;<ts. ON f SPBEE Jo n c sbovo, Rlylheville Ctilclicrs Move Up; Block Still Leads Two catchers provided the l>lKV,<"it halting sensations of the Northeast Ai-k:iii.-:.'is I/>:igiift diniin; the last v.eek on Die basis of ave;ii|;es llniiiiHh May 12 as released \>/ J. |>. I-1 lend, l(-a'.;ue slalislician. I'ete Cooper, Jonesbui-o's veteran icceivci-ami manager, gained ninety eli-lil iiiiiiHa mid jumped (rain Mill place amonj; the regulars lo luiiner- iip lo I'aritjoiild's Oy Hloc.k, tin- leader, Ocitjper drove mil 10 hiLs In 22 ollii-lal trips to Hie plate and pulled III:, average Horn .277 to .'.n;, Auijel rriio Hauler; Ai-,-i|.«ii. lilylheville's sin all powerhouse! nmk<:<l 'teiitl with a .2H'i btilliiiK nvel'ilKC last week, hilt pounded out six Int.s in II times al bal to run his mark 10 ..'i5. r j ami fifth place in;! the regulars who have appeared in as many as nine cames. He drove In ten runs and leads in that department. Hlcii'k skidded W points but his .411) was still yowl enough lo put him In a class by himself, lie bad ten hits In 27 (hue:; at but.. Alex Boden. DaU'.svllle catcher, did not tare so well alter a Invnlf due lo a split, linger, lie lost l!i!l I .2Dli us HBO. Frank Jackson, niytheville center deleter, retained third place, despite an 84-point reduction. jij s mace mark wa.s .371. Freddie U-onlmrdl, Caralher.sville, was fourth with .3134. Block leads in hils with 23. Allen Znrllta diatesvllle), Lou Werder- iu-li (Jonesljoraj and Ilerschel Hobo iBIyihevilli'i have scored III runs each. Dloi-k is well out in front in doubles with H. l^onhnrdl, Stanley C.liimp iPurngoiildj, Jimmy Walker U'iiraKOiild), mid ,loc Hayne ('llle* lutvc four triples apiece. Arii<jon is the only livo-home nm hitter. I'itraiiould lost Its lead lo Ca- nilheisville but retulned first team honors In hiltinj; with .204, lilythc- vlllc Is Coiu-th with .235. Jonesboro is best, defensively with .<M8. ten points better limn the Olimls in .second place. Wilson Kocwlng, Carnthcrsville curver. and Jtnrry Feldman. Blytheville's fast ball liurlec, lend the pllctiers with three wins and no defeats. Cliff Robeison. Paragould, bus copped i\ trio but wa.s henlcn by Newport. Thursrlay atlernoon. MONDAY, JJAY 1fi, 193$ H N'orllieasl W. L. i>d. 10 III .713 .71-1 ..Mil I.ILtle Knck Atlanta W. I,. Pel, is n 13 13 M 17 i\':itlnnal New York ('iueiijnati HI. Louis . Huston llrooklyn .(, .581 .42!) W. L. Pel. HUE DEFEflED lo Joncsboro Team By Narro wMarjjin Sun(Jay , FAIR ENOUGH American compared to ,-!r>5 a week The Shasta dnisy was developed by llic union of llnee ditlerenl species of (lowers from Europe. America, and Japan. I.... Ho?,ton ..... New York- . Cleveland .. Washington OIUtuKo ... Detroit Pliilndcjpliia St. l.oul.s ... .... 18 ... 13 U HI) .... Vi 1:1 .... iu n ... K U , .... in ifi . 4 15 I.eaifue. W. I,. 1 .... in « .... H a .... H !> .... 10 11 .... it n B 13 ,... 7 Hi .... 7 n Ule j-oircrs rrrnppen a hard foiij-hl Inter-dub tournament M1 to Jr.;ieshoro country club |;e.lfeis 'r )(J(j )lil ,)oneslx)ro .Sunday. The «:ore was 111 l.o 21), W. J. Pollard of Ulylhcville was lOidallKt for the tourney v/itl.i a score (jf 70, Iwo under par. The oulcome of the tourney was mulcti'i-mlncd ,udil the limit four- .soine wns finlslied which .vent, the .luneiiboro club Into tin- lead. Individual semes: Haver .8 r ,7 ..Wl .51; It .4 HI) \, U. .Ml N . Yesterday's Results Northeast Atkaiisis League ravayoiilud C, Dlytbevllle 3. C.'ariitliei.sville 2, Jonesboro I NcH'ixJit, », UntcJivillc r>. Sitiilberii Leapue Chattanooga 11, Memphis C. Ullle Rock (i-2, Atlanta 1-X Nashville 0-^, New Orleans -1-4; second ijanie. eifht. innings. Birmingham lli-18. Knoxville R-i; .second |;ame, six innlngf;. .Kffl , 'I'hoi'pe A. Lynch . C. I'mye.'ir .RIM' Cecil Shane ., ,i\->\ fiuslck si XOiii'l'niynor .USu'O. Ellis Leo Lintf.enlch Murphy Ii. U. bee .... Dr. Ovevslrecl 1). Morse Coi-kill J. Guard Yerkcw J. Terry Wall C. M. Buck ... Millet Branson •Spencer Darnell Nalloml league Boston 10, llrooklyii 7. Pittsbureh 4, Chicago ;i, 11 iiiL's. St. Louis 12, Cincinnati 11, 11 innings. New York at Philadelphia', rain. inr.- Anipriran League Boston '1, Washington 3. SI. Louis -I. Detroit 1, called fifth rain. ' Chicago at Cleveland, rain. Philadelphia at New York, will). I.. I), liskew 'if, II. W. Hulnes no o Dusick ,/j. 75 J. R l.eufl 7(j d K - •I""'.'.'! HI W. J. Pollard 70 3 Capl. Lewis 114 l:i) II ati o fi(i HI :t •m KI n in n 85 77 3 79 IS H 80 SG II 00 05 li B5 1 8fi 88 0 84 si:i i) Taylor ' 'a? :t Wolfeit ori T. Florida i);i o K. 1'enix n;j ! J. A. Leech .../ ri;t i j Or. Liiltcrloh ni Branson Jr no :i Pyroi 1 82 U. A. Ciinnlnghnm 101 0 Arthur Adams 88 fvtrs. E. B. Cec 94 0 Mrs. Pin-year KM Mrs. C. A. Cunningham . 10S I Jessie Brown 19 holes) . 40 2 O. Barnet (9 holes) 51 In 1032, Japanese high school Bli-ls made a llns; for u Japanese regiment, at Shiinijhai, and dyed it red with blood from their o\vn lingers. 1935 Plymouth Sedan $195 <!inul Sbajje Nn Trade 1931 Chevrolet Coupe $89 Kims Guild (iood Tires 1936 Chevrolet V 2 Ton Pick-Up $275 Clean Low Mileage 1935 Chevrolet % Ton Truck $165 1936 G!»Tc!"iy 2 Ton Truck $375 I.»»R IV. 1!., Stake Cody. Heal Buy. LEE MOTOR SALES, Inc. OUlSiMOHILES I'lione S2!l c;. AI. c. TRUCKS .'107 K. Main Salt's & Service i it i ••'••••M.^KJHMMJWMV iV->VtMVMHH NOTICE Home Runs Win For Pilots Al Jonesboro Competing against some of the lit'sl women shots in America )>reliy Kleanor Him, showii drawing a brad on a target won the national women's .-unutour fmall hori! riflle championship Representing Beaver College of. Jenkintown, Pa., Miss Ltim, a i-esiiteiit o( Madison, N. J., scored C99 .out of a possible t'OO Cardinals Win Over Batesville, 9 to 5 NEWPORT. Ark.. Aim- |fi._Nr> w . port's rejuvenated hall club defeated the Batesville White Sox. il to li here Sunday. Manager Mike Hlawj, with three hi Is, led the allack on (lie White Sox hurlers, Score by innings: R.n E Batesville UUO 020 3110 r> H (i Newport 02'.'. 030 20x !! 11 fi Orarecz. Molsky and liotien; Mav mid Blara. Contact betu'een each of the four tires on your car and the .street represents a space about the size of the palm of your hand. This emphasizes the importance of good tires and good brakes. .lONKSBOHO, Ark., May 1C.— two hoini' runs amounted for as mrniy runs aud t-naliled the Caruthersville Pilots lo defeat I lie Joiwsboro fiiiints In a leaane |>amc here Sunday, a to I, Koppman wa.s the wiiuiinjf pileli- er. iilviiiK up seven blows while llu'.;hi-s ol Jonesljoro had the misfortune to allow two of five blows off him to [;o for the circuit. .Score by innings: 11 if. f;. Carulhe'liVilli' OiW din 001 a 5 0 Jonesboro .... ll'.ll llIK) (Kill 1 7 u K<i|>pinaii and .'Simmons; lhiHn-5 anil CiKjjii-r. Today's Games N'nrtheast Arkansas Lea Ktylheville at PuracoiiUI. Carullicr.svitle u( Joncsljo Ni?;|ii«1 :ll Ualennlle. . Atlanta ai Memphis. Kuiixviili. at liiiiniiiBh Clialtuii<ioi=ii at Ulllf Only naint-s Mhwliilcd, . NewYorl; at t'liiladeliiliia. Ihislon at Hrooklyn. Only |janit.'s sehediiled. A;uerif:lll T.ea^uft Wasliiin-tun ut Delroit. rhiladeliihiu al Cleveland. Only gani|. : ; scheduled. OwTiutlatrd tires will increase tody noise. The only lire that should be overinilaled is the sn.ire lire. i Gosnell and Lutes County League Winnefft Otts-ncU defeated Ynrbro is (o A in 11 Mississippi couiily leai;iie(,'aiire nl Yarbro Sunday. In iniotlicr league game I.ute.'i ; •Adii easily over I/me Oak. lit to 1. l : The petals of tulips npen when tissues' on the inner side grow, and close ivjjcn growth (Kcitrx on tile outride. ftbays More $$ Values at Tosu fl. Little's IMI Cbevroli-l (Mslei- f.'oatli Sl.' 19.'IS r'lirvrulel ,M:.s(er t'oacli S:'.1 IV'.K ford v-8 llrluxc rnujir SS25 II'.'IS Chevrolet Sport Sedan $325 fl'KUCKS HKP, Fni'ii V-8 )'irk-iii) Trnek S2K IM4 Chevrolet 1'ick-np I'rurk A I Cimdilion J1CS Many l!i:n-35-:if,-:i7 Chevrolet ana I'cild '1'iucks. 1'i-ifcs are right. Tom Little Chevrolet Co, I'lionp G33 WRESTLING MONDAY NIGHT. 8 O'CLOCK vs. Eddie Malone vs. Big Jim Parker American Legion Arena, North Second SI. COURT RULING HOLDS TESTING LAW LEGAL BY ORDER ARKANSAS STATE POLICE Official Testing Station NOW OPEN Station Located Walnut and First Sis. Open 7:30 A. M. to 5:30 P. M. Inspection Fee 50c Have Your Car Inspected Now And Avoid the Late Rush. BUILDER Iflore than 3 out of every 5 motor (or buyers today are choosing sixes. And, of course, the most popular six of all is this new Chevrolet-the Six Supreme! Discriminating people prefer it because of its high quality ... because of its great volue ... because it's the only low-priced car with all these fine car features! "You'll he AHEAD with a CHEVROLET!" PERFECTED HYDRAULIC BRAKES 85-H.P. VALVMN-HEftD ENGIN& GENUINE KNEE-ACTION* ALL-SILENT, ALL-STEEL BODIES SHOCKPROOF STEERING* TIPTOE-MATIC CLUTCH •On Man., D. (»<. moJ.Ti tatty. Phone 633 301 W. Walnut

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